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Copy of tape 2001/086/TA, CADHAS Lecture 18/10/2001.
Illustration of Baptist Hicks, bought at a Phillips auction, Lot 14, 20/3/1996 from the Woolstaplers’ Museum sale.
Baptist Hicks, letter re his petition to the King 1617
Baptist Hicks, letter dated 13th May 1617 regarding C.C. and Baptist Hicks. Written by H. Yelnerton to a gentleman of “Leedes” in Yorkshire. The letter concerns a petition from Sir Baptist Hicks to His “Majestie” for Chipping Campden to be “ranged in your list of the addition of Staple Townes”. Photocopy with ...
Baptist Hicks: Chancery Court suit 1611
Chancery suit brought by Lionel Cranfield against Sir Baptist Hicks regarding Glebe lands and the Rectory of Campden 1611. Notes made from transcript by Christopher Whitfield. Copyright Gloucestershire Archives.
Conduit pipe, Campden House
8 inch length of conduit pipe, allegedly from the water supply of Baptist Hicks.
Copy of a picture of Sir Baptist Hicks, First Viscount Campden, 1618.
From Saxon footpath to church lane
Article about Kensington and references to Baptist Hicks who built Campden House in Holland Park, named after his seat in Chipping Campden. Copy, January 2001.
Official Opening of The Almshouses
Chipping Campden Almshouses, a short note on the almshouses, list of trustees and donors. 5th September 1974
Research papers of Geoffrey Powell about Baptist Hicks.
Research papers of Geoffrey Powell (Past CADHAS President) about Baptist Hicks. 1. Glos. History Magazine 1987, copy, p.7 small section on Baptist Hicks and mention of Keyte of Ebrington Hall. 2. Papers about the portraits of Baptist Hicks and his wife. 3. Papers regarding permissions for the book of Campden. 4. Copy of Middlesex Count ...
Sir Baptist Hicks, 1618, photograph of picture
Photograph and photocopy of Sir Baptist Hicks, First Viscount Campden, 1618, depicted in a picture. Given 28.7.01. Sold by Phillips in Holland, c, 1998. Privately owned in America. Photocopy. Note from Caroline Stanford, Landmark Trust.
The East Banqueting House, Chipping Campden
Description of the East Banqueting House and the repairs carried out. Landmark Trust press release 1992.
The other Campden House, home of Sir Baptist Hicks
Campden House, Kensington, 1965 newspaper cutting. One of the two stone dogs which guarded the house remains in Kensington Central Library.
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