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By the Sword Divided
Pub. Sutton, 1998.
Charles II Escape Route
Leaflet describing Charles II escape route after the Battle of Worcester – from Worcester to Shoreham, 3rd September – 16th October 1651. Civil War
Charles II route, Tennant's map 1642-1646
Tennants map of the route of Charles II, showing Garrisons & Mansions and Major Marches, 1642-1646. (Photocopy)
Chipping Campden in the Civil Wars
Description of Campden in the Civil War by Tony Rowland, Sir Henry Bard’s Regimental Sergeant. From the Sealed Knot. Plus a map of the area, indicating persons interrogated or ejected by Parliament, and places where the King lodged.
Civil War Exhibition, November 2008 in the Old Police Station Court Room.
Civil War Facts and Figures
Regimental information, prominent commanders during the Civil War and 2 sketch maps of the battlefields and routes
English Civil Wars
Article by Rosemary Turner, used for talks.
Handling the Pike
Produced by the Blew Regiment of the Cittie of London Trayned Bandes, a member regiment of the Sealed Knot for Dover’s Cotswold Olimpick Games. Has illustrations of pike handling and list of drill terms that would have been used at Dover’s Games and during the Civil War. Undated.
I Marched straight to Campden
Description of the Civil War from the point of view of a Campdonian. CADHAS lecture 18/3/2004.
Sir Henry Bard 1616-1656
Description of Sir Henry Bard, 1616 – 1656, from the Sealed Knot. Background paper on Sir Henry Bard by Jill Wilson
Stirrup, possibly Civil War
Stirrup, rusted, possibly Civil War period, found near the site of the battle at Stow on the Wold. 1646. The parliamentary forces having come from Chipping Campden and the Royalist troops passed close by en route to the battle.
The Cotswolds in the Civil war
Brief history of the war, mainly to do with Cirencester.
The Storming of Cirencester in 1643 an episode in the Civil War
Published for the Cotswolds Museum service for the 350th anniversary of the Civil War, Jan 1993. John Miles Paddock, Keeper of Archaeology, Corinium Museum, Cirencester
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