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"Hare and Hounds" (now the Lygon), Campden. Invoice for conveyancing 1821.
Bill from solicitors for conveyancing “Hare and Hounds” (now the Lygon), Campden in 1821. Paid by Mr W Izod to Wyatts Solicitors,1824. Sold by Izod to Hickman. Photocopy, original at the Lygon Arms.
2 Photographs of 'Specials', WWII.
2 Photographs of ‘Specials’, WWII. Harry Baker, 12th from Left Back Row, 7th from right on back row. Positions noted on the backs of the photographs.
A Calendar of the Registers of the Freemen of the City of Gloucester
Gloucestershire Record Series, Vol. 4. Transcribed by Peter Ripley and revised and edited by John Jurica
A Cotswold Family: Hicks and Hicks Beach
Pub. London, William Heinemann, 1909.
A History of Sandon
A history of Sandon village where the Earl of Harrowby lives. 1996.
A Simple Guide to Genealogical Research
Guide to Researching Family History, 1992. Flow diagram used by J. Loosley in “Family History” (CADHAS lecture, Feb, 1996)
A Warner Family Narrative
Warner family history and family tree. Original typed copy. Pub. Denver 1971.
Agnes Noel, file of information from her scrapbook
Agnes Noel, file of information and research from the scrapbook kept by Agnes Noel. With CD of the same and the talk given to CADHAS.
Digitised Notes & family tree of the Alexander family. Refers to Samuel Alexander – schoolmaster in Campden on 1841 census – and his family. Written July 2000
Complete guide to genealogy and family history research.
B/2339 Private Leslie Hickman Hands
Hickman Hands, 11th Battalion Royal Fusiliers, a descriptive document.
Badger's Hall, Sale particulars 1969
Badger’s Hall, High Street, Chipping Campden. Sale details, to take place on Tuesday 29th July, 1969.
Ballard family history
Ballard family tree and notes by Carol Jackson (digitised) concerning Martha Ballard who stitched the sampler (2005/039/Art)
Ballard, Aston family history
Correspondence between Rev. Geoffrey Crees and Carol Jackson regarding Ballard items for archiving. Query regarding a connection between the Aston family and the Ballard family.
Copy of tape 2001/086/TA, CADHAS Lecture 18/10/2001.
Digitised papers relating to Barnwell/Wittenburg. Mentions: Anthony John Barnwell/Wittenberg, Margaret Elizabeth Barnwell (Betty), Wallace Stanley (Wally), Garnet Keyte, Gunter Wittenberg. Filed under Barnwell.
Beatrice Hathaway order of service
Order of Service and notes about her life. Picture of Beat on the front and of Beat’s and Alf’s Golden Wedding Anniversay.
Bedfont House and gardens, and Griffiths family: photographs
Bedfont House and gardens, and Griffiths family: 54 photographs mainly by Jesse Taylor. Some original prints mounted on card and postcards.
Benfield and Blakeman family history
Family tree of the Benfield and Blakeman families – details transferred to digital programme (Legacy)
Bennett family history
Bennett family history. Several documents compiled by Mrs C. M. Chamberlain (nee Bennett) of Leamington Spa, Warks. 1. ‘Bennett The Campden Link’ a poem taught to Anne Bennett by her grandfather Hughes. 2. Bennett family tree 3. ‘Bennett – My Maiden Name’ by Carol Chamberlain. A family history.
Berkeley family at Foxcote House, c.1913. Photographs and notes
12 photographs of the Berkeley family taken by Jesse Taylor at Foxcote House. c. 1913. Notes accompanying the photographs by Carol Jackson.
Bevington (Beavington) family history
Bevington family, mentions: Jeffery Bevington, Martha Bevington, Gordon Beavington, Samuel Bevington. Digitised
Bickley family documents
1. St James Parish Magazine for Aug 1970 (removed to Muniment Room) 2. Bill for a Hercules bicycle to T. Bickley dated 24/10/1960 from Armishaw, Sheep Street. 3. Mother’s Union membership for Sarah Lizzie Bickley 4.12.1935 4. Board of Education Labour Certificate certifying Thomas Bickley’s attendances at school. 27.5.1910 5. Two photocopies from Evesham and Four Shires Advertiser, re ...
Biography in the 18th Century: George Ballard
George Ballard’s Biographies of Learned Ladies, by Ruth Perry, extract from Biography in the 18th Century, pub. Garland Publishing Inc., New York & London, 1980, pp 85-111.
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