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Upton Deserted Medieval Village, Blockley, Gloucestershire, 1973
Article from the Bristol & Glos. Archaeological Society Transaction, Vol 102, 1984, pp 141-54. Details of an investigation into the medieval village of Upton.
St. James Vicarage, article 1990
St James’s Vicarage, special edition of the Chipping Campden Bulletin, August, 1990, describing the vicarage and its grounds. Article about Griggs and the Campden Trust by Geoffrey Powell (past President of CADHAS).
Novel about The Campden Wonder by David Cotterell Pub. 1995
Chipping Campden Recreation Ground Committee papers
These papers are: 1) Minutes of Committee Meetings, 1962-66 2) Annual Reports, 1955-58 3) Treasurer’s Accounts, 1963-64
The Champagne Country: Robert Tomes
Observations on Robert Tomes life in Rheims. Pub. Hurd and Houghton, New York, 1867, photocopy.
Alabaster of the Trinity
The Campden Trinity, alabaster relief found in a house in Campden, c1950, probably part of the devotional fittings of Campden Church in the Middle Ages. Notes from Dr. Frederica Law-Turner and Jill Wilson. Additional notes from David Atkinson and correspondence with the V&A Museum
Broad Campden, animal grazing 1782. photocopy.
Document about the restrictions on grazing of cattle and pigs in Broad Campden, dated 1782. Court Leet. Photocopy from Allan Warmington’s research notes
Alec Miller in the Lake District, photographs and notes
Collection of 50 photographs and several cuttings relating to Alec Miller’s work in Ulverston and the Lake District. 1. Account of Alec Miller in the Lake District 2. “A Tale of Two Towns” – Chipping Campden and Ulverston, mill towns, both have statues by Alec Miller 3. Guide to St Mary and St Michaels Church, Great Urswick, Cumbria 4. ...
Wars, Politics and Local Affairs
Article describing the impact of Ranulf de Blundeville on Thirteenth Century Campden. 1985.
Queen Victoria, card in memoriam
Queen Victoria, card “In Memoriam of our Late Queen and Empress”, with poem by H. W. Dolphin, Post Office Pensioner, Campden, R.S.O.
Lawrence Ladbrook: wartime papers & communicant's manual
Communicant’s Manual belonging to Lawrence Ladbrook, confirmed at Chipping Campden Parish Church, April 3rd 1925. Subscription card for ‘Comrades of the Great War’, Campden & District Branch 1920 Certificate of discharge from the Territorial Army 1932 ‘Spoof’ Hitler’s speech to German Forces Home Guard Certificate commending Laurence Ladbrook for service 1940-1944
Baptists in Campden and Blockley
A preliminary draft, by Allan Warmington, of the history of the Baptists in Campden and Blockley/
Childhood Memories 1946 - 1963
Childhood memories – written by Tess Taylor – life and family in Campden. 2004
Check graveyard survey CD
Churchyard survey of St James Church Campden. Original record forms Volume 1. Areas A-C
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.
Lowe & Sons Grocery Books, 1959-1960.
Cd containing 2 PDF files of scanned images from two grocery books for Mr & Mrs J.D.Hope of 54 Littleworth Estate, Chipping Campden. Book 1 runs from 10th April 1959 to 17th November 1959. Book 2 from 18th November 1959 through to 18th May 1960. The Hope family consisted of Mr John D. Hope, Mrs Elizabeth G. Hope ...
Biography in the 18th Century: George Ballard
George Ballard’s Biographies of Learned Ladies, by Ruth Perry, extract from Biography in the 18th Century, pub. Garland Publishing Inc., New York & London, 1980, pp 85-111.
The Inns and Alehouses of Chipping Campden and Broad Campden
CADHAS publication, pub. 1998, in a team research project with Celia Jones, Hilary Sinclair and Dorothy Brook. Printed by Vale Press. 2 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).
Bell-Guttae and the Woodwards of Chipping Campden
Article from the ‘Georgian Group Journal’, 1993, Editor Giles Worsley.
Keyte family history
Baron Keyte of Ebrington family tree drawn by M. Causer
Who Put the B in the BBC: Play in 2010
A fictionalised account of a 1934 Christmas Mumming performance broadcast from Chipping Campden using original letters of Fred Griggs, newspaper accounts and excerpts from ‘The English Folk Play’ by E K Chambers pub. In 1933. The script, by Vanessa Rigg, programme and a ticket. Performed 10/7/2010.
Baptists in Campden
A history of Campden Baptist Church from 1867 to 1885 and the Rev. W R Irvine (d. 1878). 3 Documents; 1. Rev. W. R. Irvine – Renewal Reconstruction and Controversy 2. A Pessimistic Interlude: The Church in the Agricultural Depression 3. The Late Nineteenth Century and Rev. Philip Lewis
Darby family history
Family tree of the Darby family, covers 1749 to 1830
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