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Campden Society Minute Book 1988-1992
Minutes of the Campden Society November 1988 – March 1992
Campden Society Minutes 1974-1978
Campden Society AGM Minutes 1974-1978
Campden Society Newsletters 1980-1991
Scanned copies of typed newsletters
Heralds Visitation to Gloucestershire 1682-3
Description of the Heralds’ Visitation 1682-3. Article by PL Dickinson in BGAS Transactions no. 117 (1999)
Ain't there nobody ill in the Almshouses?
New research has uncovered the plight of women in the Campden Almshouses whose husbands died, causing them to be evicted. One ...
A Libellous Letter
In 1614, Augustine Jarrett (or Jarritt) wrote a letter to Sir Baptist Hicks to which the latter took great exception ...
Campden Society Minutes 1976-1977
Minutes 26 March 1976 – 2 Sept 1977 – loose pages, handwritten.
Campden Society Minutes 1970-1976
Minute Book 6 July 1970 – 1 February 1976
Back to School
Starting with the Infant School, we are compiling histories of the different primary schools in Campden, using the information in ...
Weston-sub-Edge: photographs of places and people
10 photos of scratch sundials on Weston Church; 2 photos of Weston church; 1 photo of the village shop and tearooms in 1920s-30s 1 photo of the Weston Hoard; 1 photo of Louisa Hamilton 3 photos of postman Green 1 photo of Miss Stanley and her niece Miss Burrage (see 2019/163)
Weston-sub-Edge: village characters
Handwritten story about: Miss Katy Adams; Dr Ferdinand Beadles; ‘Wommy’; Mrs Ann Day; Mrs Knowles; George Wright; Mr Amos; Granpy Perkins; Francis Robbins.
Weston-sub-Edge: Hamilton family at the Post Office
Single sheet describing the history of James and Ellen Hamilton. She was the first Postmistress in Weston.
Weston-sub-Edge: Burrage papers
Letter from Stanley Burrage re Stanley and Weston family history, with photocopies of photographs and newspaper cuttings of Weston people and events.
Weston-sub-Edge: cuttings about events
Jan 1911 – obituary of Mr Francis Robbins June 1984 – first church pageant for 700 years, scenes depicting the history of St. Lawrence’s Church. Dec 1987 – shot fired into crowded pub. Nov 1990 – unveiling of a painted map of Weston-sub-Edge in Weston Village Hall. two cuttings and two photos. July 1990 – tapestry, produced to celebrate ...
Weston sub Edge Parish Magazine 1892-1900
Extracts of Weston sub Edge Parish Magazine, 1892-1900, stuck into an exercise book. Rev. Canon Bourne.
Norton House: accounts of burning
Three newspaper accounts of the burning of Norton House, now called Burnt Norton, in 1741. Sir William Keyte died.
Probus Club programmes 2009-2018
12 Chipping Campden Probus Club event programmes 2009-18.
Chipping Campden British Legion Club Rules
Printed booklet of Rules, c.1940. as there is a certificate of the Registry of Friendly Societies dated Oct 1939, at the back of the booklet.
The Campden Tablet, issue 2
Magazine produced by the Dovers Games Society
Dissenters' Meeting-House Certificates Gloucestershire
Dissenters’ Meeting-House Certificates and Registrations for Bristol and Gloucestershire 1672-1852. Ed Anthea Jones. Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society. Contains information about churches, chapels, meeting houses in Chipping Campden and Broad Campden
The Holly and the Ivy
We have recently answered a query about Campden’s connection with the Christmas carol ‘The Holly and the Ivy’… Over 100 years ...
Vehicle Registration in Gloucestershire 1903-13
‘Conspicuously marked’ details of vehicle registration. contains photos provided by CCHS.
The Religious Census of Bristol & Gloucestershire 1851
Gloucestershire Record Series Vol 29. Details of population attending churches, chapels and other places of worship.
Interpreting the Landscape
Book by Michael (Mick) Aston, and signed by him as a gift to Jill Wilson. Landscape Archaeology in Local Studies.
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