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A Country Merchant, 1495-1520
Book by Prof Christopher Dyer, on trading and farming focused on North Gloucestershire and surrounding at the end of the Middle Ages. Pub. Oxford, OUP, 2012. Based largely on Moreton in Marsh wool merchant John Heritage’s account book.
Campden Wool Centre
Cutting about the Wool Trade in Chipping Campden, June 27th 1960. Wool grading at Springhill Hostel.
The story of the wool trade in Chipping Campden. CADHAS publication produced 2012. 8pp.
Cotswold sheep and the wool trade
CADHAS lecture on 18/10/07. Copy of tape 2007/235/TA
Papers and notes on the Weoley Seal
Compiled by Carol Jackson and relating to an archive query [ref. no. 09.059] re. the Weoley Seal .
The Ludlow Family
Pedigrees of three branches of the family: 1) The Ludlows of Shipton Moyne, Glos. 2) The Ludlows of Shrewsbury, Stokesay & Hodnet, Co. Shropshire 3) The Ludlows of Hilldeverill, Wilts. See also Cat ref. 2013/053 and Query ref. 13.032.
The Ludlow Family of Campden
Material compiled by Robin Ludlow about his Ludlow [Ludelowe, Lodelowe] ancestors who were wool merchants and owned land and property in Campden from the 13th to 15th Centuries. Includes: Book: “The Sheepe hath payed for all” about the Ludlows of Stokesay by Christopher Train published by the Ludlow Historical Research Group in 2005; English Heritage publication on ...
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