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Rowney pedigree and notes on the family
Extracts, papers and references to Rowney family of Mickleton, Halford, Oxford, Stratford and their connections to Brent, Canning and Noel families.
Chancery Court document re unspecified property.
Document from Chancery Court 32/11/1867 relating to John Hickman Hiron and Edwin Bartleet being plaintiffs, to premises sold as Lot 1 (Chipping Campden Sale). Property not detailed, John Smith mentioned.
Campden Wonder booklet, Archivist's report
Archivist’s report in CADHAS Newsletter, July 2005, regarding the gift of the “Campden Wonder” booklet 1676, to CADHAS.
Norton Farm Account book 1836 - 1837. Transcription.
Norton Farm Account book October 1st 1836 – September 12th 1837. Transcript, original with Mr & Mrs Maisey, Sheep Street, Chipping Campden. Index to the names in the transcript of Norton Farms Account Book. From Allan Warmington’s effects.
Fisher Collection of Deeds, etc. MF13
Mortgage Parties: 1) William Brandis of Wyre Piddle, Worcs. Gent (executor of John Brandis of Alcester, Warks. Chandler 2) Charles Grove the Elder of Evesham, Worcs. Gardener Property: Messuage then in possession of John Izod on the one side and Throgmorton Watts on other side. Also another messuage, etc. then in the possession of Thomas Dee Consideration: £100
The Tale of the Truby Family
Family history of the Truby family by Mrs Jennie Haynes. 1. Banns of William Truby and Alice Stanley, Campden, 1771. 2. Copies of two Truby marriage certificates, Chipping Campden. See: Last Will and Testament of John Truby, Chipping Campden, 1781 and Last Will and Testament of William Truby 1802. Transcriptions in CCHS Archives
Prisoners of War Camps 1939-48
Prisoners of War Camps (1939 – 1948) Project Report by Roger J C Thomas Information on German POWs, maps, camps at Springhill, Bourton-on-the-Hill, Northwick Park and Cat Brook
Chipping Campden Dramatic Society 1946-71
Chipping Campden Dramatic Society. Programmes 1946-71 (some missing) and a few reviews. Exercise book containing additional programmes. Photograph album and numerous loose photographs, many not identified, of the Society’s productions. Plays include: ‘And So to Bed’, 1946 ‘The Great Door’, 1949 Jack and the Campden Beanstalk’,1949 ‘I’ll Get My Man’, 1969 ‘Quiet Week-End’, 1958 ‘The Motor Show’ 1969 ‘The Last Visit’, 1969 ‘A ...
Campden Football Club papers
Campden Football Club, various handbooks, programmes, minute books and accounts books 1932-1995. Donated May 2000. 1. Official Handbook, Cheltenham Association Football League, 1937-38 2. Gloucestershire Football Association Programme, 1995 3. Minute Book, 1932-37 4. Minute Book, Campden Colts Football Club, 1948-52 5. Minute Book, 1950-52 6. Accounts Book, 1958-74
Almshouses plans 1970s
Almshouses, plans of proposed alterations. Produced by Stratton Davis, Architects 1970 No 4788/1 original + photocopy 4788/1A original 4788/2 original 4788/3 photocopy of drawing of existing layout before alterations Work done by Grove Bros in 1975? Copy of similar plan to 4788/3 showing existing layout by Guy Pemberton undated but apparently before alterations.
St. James Vicarage garden, possible sale, 1964. Letter
Vicarage garden, possible sale of part of the garden facing Leasbourne. Letter from Christopher Whitfield to the Campden Trust, Jack ? March 17th 1964 Later, became the Wilson Garden
Howell family history
Various certificates for the Howell family, photocopies. 1. Death Certificate for Gerald Howell, died 19/11/1960. Registered North Cotswolds. 2. Marriage certificate for Gerald Howells and Nora Hedges, 4/10/1924. Registered Shipston-on-Stour. 3. Marriage certificate for Fred Hedges and Elizabeth Ann Smith, 20/9/1892. Chipping Campden Church. 4. Birth certificate for Gerald Howell, 18/11/1896, Shipston-on-Stour. 5. Birth certificate for Nora Hedges, 11/5/1898, Shipston-on-Stour.
An Archaeological Evaluation at Pyments Yard, Sheep Street
An archaeological evaluation carried out in advance of planning applications at Pyments Yard. Existence of two post-medieval culverts established. Glos. County Council 1998. From Paul Nichols, Archaeology Service, Environment Dept., Glos. County Council.
An Affecting Copy of Verses
Broadsheet poem, about Harriet Tarver who was executed on April 9th, 1836. Willey, Printer, Cheltenham. Given by Roy Palmer. Photocopy and typed copy. (see 1998/071/DS)
New queen keeps it in the family, newspaper cutting
Kate Mapstone, chosen as May Queen for the Scuttlebrook celebrations, 2005. Evesham Journal cutting 24/3/2005. Attendants Jessica Healey, Naomi Hanson, Alice Clarkson, Tom Keyte and Madison Cooper-Jones
Chipping Campden Recreation Ground, Play Equipment, newspaper cuttings
Two cuttings, both glued to backing paper: 1) Article about proposed plans to provide up-to-date play equipment, details of grants received and request for further donations, published in the Parish Magazine, September 1962. 2) Article dated 26th April 1963 [Evesham Journal?] about the installation of new equipment at the Recreation Ground and photograph of children around the ...
Funeral bills, D Ellis
Bills for funeral expenses for the late Fred Hedges, 1942, Mrs Hedges, 1960, Gerald Howell, 1960. Bills from D. Ellis, Undertaker, CC.
Campden estate, formerly Noel family: sale particulars 1924.
Sale of 775 acres of land 12.6.1924, by Albert Wilkinson, who had bought the estate of the Noel family. Westington Farm, Westington Hill Farm and Church Farm, Broad Campden and Accommodation Holdings. Summary of Properties as Lotted and detailed particulars of individual lots. Photocopies. See also 1990/087/M and 1990/088/M.
Chipping Campden Recreation Ground, Draft Lease National Playing Fields Association and Campden Football Club
Relates to land at Catbrook [Recreation Ground]. The Trustees mentioned are: John McNamara, John Nicholls, David Thomas Hart and Philip Moore. Drafted in 1965.
Hartwell/Noel photograph c 1920s
Tess Evans’ Aunt Agnes Hartwell with Archie and Jane Noel, the children of Charles Hubert Francis Noel and Mary Dick who lived at Campden House, c1920s
The Cotswold Way a Walkers Guide
A Walkers’ Guide. By Mark Richards. Pub. Thornhill Press, 1973. Full of sketches of places of interest on the walks.
Lyddiatt family tree
Lyddiatt family tree
Chipping Campden Recreation Ground, Correspondence re. Byelaws
Gloucestershire Special Constabulary, award of a long service medal.
Letter from the Gloucestershire Constabulary about the award of a long service medal. Assuming that the recipient was H. Baker as it was with two photographs of the Specials 2003/126/P that list H.Baker on the back.
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