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British Legion Club, Chipping Campden: Minutes of Committee Meetings 1954-1961
Book of Minutes of Committee Meetings of British Legion Club, with loose pages of Minutes of Sub-Committee meetings Aug – Oct 1948, discussing alterations to the Club premises.
Chipping Campden Town Trust records 1769-1973
Chipping Campden Town Trust Records from 1769 to 1973. List of Minutes, Accounts, Orders, Schemes, Property Deeds and Papers, Miscellaneous, Allotments, Declarations. Shows list of records recommended for storage at G.R.O. Two copies.
Ernest Edgar Benfield, copy of birth certificate 1913
Ernest Edgar Benfield, certified copy of the entry of his birth (1900), supplied 17/6/1913 under ‘The Factory and Workshop Act 1901’. (repaired).
Rev. Joseph Worgan's family details. 1665 - 1854.
Rev. Joseph Worgan’s family details. 1665 – 1854.
Keyte family history
Photocopies of photographs and descriptions of Keyte baronets (Keyt). Family tree. Donated 27.3.2002.
Market Hall, Chipping Campden, illustration.
Printed illustration in colour on a card by Ann Todd of Howley’s Cottage, Sheep Street, printed by Clouds Hill, n.d.
Lane family history
Lane family. Family tree, attached to a query about the Lane family. Photocopy of a carving by R. Lane, photo of Henry Warden Lane, photocopy of a photo of Ada Emma Lane. Graveyard details of the Lane family. Query no. 06.078
Some Rural Quakers
A history of Quakers and Quakerism at the corners of the four shires of Oxford, Warwick, Worcester and Gloucester. Written by Jack V. Wood. Sessions of York, pub. 1991
Campden Grammar School report book, Warmington 1934 - 1939
(William) Allan Warmington (16.12.22 – 2007) Chipping Campden Grammar School report book 1934 – 1939, M. Bright Headmaster throughout. From Allan Warmington’s effects.
Stanley Farm ledger, transcription
Transcript of 1736 Stanley Farm Ledger with Glossary compiled by research team. Ledger does not start until 1768. Background history and text of talk about the Ledger. Images of the Ledger in the Photo Vault, CDs in rack.
2013 Robert Dover's Cotswold Olimpicks
Programme for 31 May and 1June 2013.
Keyte family history
Family tree of the Keyt (Keyte, Keight, Kite) family.
Alf Hathaway Order of Service
Order of Service for Funeral and Thanksgiving Service for Alf Hathaway on January 15th 2007
2012 Robert Dover's Cotswold Olimpicks and Scuttlebrook Wake
Programme for 2012, the 400th anniversary of Robert Dover’s Games, held on 1st June. Also for Scuttlebrook Wake held on 1st & 2nd June 2012. 2 copies.
Endymion House and Haydon family
History of Endymion House and Haydon family occupation with 19 photographs of Endymion House, Church Street, where panels with inscriptions were uncovered in 1998, during plaster renovation, previously part of Haydon House. Hard copy photos in Box A12. Transcript of miscellaneous diary entries.
John Ogilby's Road Book 1675
Identifications of names from a map (1675). Photocopy of the Campden Section from the Road Book. Transcript and interpretation by Jill Wilson.
The Two Campdens - talk
Talk given to the Campden Society on 3rd Feb. 1984 about Chipping Campden and Campden Research Station, by dr Bill Adam
A new look at the Campden Wonder
Photocopy of the document, written June 1995.
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.
Sheep in the Cotswolds, The Medieval Wool Trade
Paperback, Tempus Publishing, Stroud, 2005
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 ...
The image of tourism - extracts
Photocopy of part of “The Tourist Image – Myths and Myth Making in Tourism”, edited by Tom Selwyn, pub. John Wiley & Sons, 1996. Copy of Chapter 7 “Tourism and the Politics of Authenticity in a North Cotswold Town” by Craig Fees Photocopy of part of ‘Travelling towards Home: Mobilities and homemaking’ ed. Frost and Selwyn. Chap ...
A Musical Play, 1951, programme
Adapted from the operetta “Mayday in Welladay” and presented by the children of St Catharine’s R.C. School. Friday, May 18th 1951. Programme.
Joan Atkins (nee Haines), order of service, 2003
A Service of Thanksgiving for the life of Joan Thomasine Atkins (1914-2002) at St James Church, Chipping Campden. The service was on 10th January, 2003.
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