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Poetry by Nigel Townshend illustrated by Joan Townshend, The Black Swan Press, Grove, Wantage, 1987.
Northleach - a 'planted' town
Notes on the development of Northleach and many other towns, including Chipping Campden.
1993 Robert Dover's Cotswold Olimpick Games and Scuttlebrook Wake
Programme for 4 June 1993 – 5 June 1993
'Celebrating Ashbee' 1988. Felicity Ashbee, talk and notes
Felicity Ashbee, ‘Celebrating Ashbee’ 1988. 1. Typescript of a talk given to Cheltenham ‘Friends of the Museum’ on 3.5.88 2. Plaque Unveiling at the Old Silk Mill 23.6.88. 3. Comrade-Wife talk 23.6.88 4. Photocopy of typescript and manuscript. Notes about Ashbee by Alan Crawford (copy of manuscript). By Fiona McCarthy. Both undated. 5. Programme for weekend of events ‘Celebrating Ashbee’ ...
The ballad of Harriet Tarver
The ballad of Harriet Tarver, description in ‘Gloucestershire History’, ‘Street Ballads in Gloucestershire’, by Roy Palmer, p.9, 1990. Mentions the ballad The Truth brought to light, p6 issued London, 1662 which refers to William Harrison and the Campden Wonder episode.
Updated Family Trees of the Keyte/Keight Family.
1) Correspondence between Margaret Causer (nee Keight) and Carol Jackson (CCHS) 2) Updated Baronetcy of Ebrington – Aug. 2013 3) Campden family of William Napper Keyte – coal merchant 4) Keight ancestry & descendents in Inkberrow, Worcs. 5) Keyte ancestry in Ebrington, Broad Campden & Shipston 6) Ancestry of Margaret Causer & Roger Keyte See also: Keyte material in C2S2B36.5
54 photographs of construction and renovation works by J.J.Warmington
25 x Westington Manor 15 x Little Close, Berrington.[now called Canons Mead] 2 x Dovers Hill House 3 x Old Kings Arms 3 x The Beehive, Catbrook 4 x Westington Corner 2 x Sedgecombe
Charles II route, Tennant's map 1642-1646
Tennants map of the route of Charles II, showing Garrisons & Mansions and Major Marches, 1642-1646. (Photocopy)
Carrier bags from the Campden Trading Company
Two brown carrier bags, one paper one plastic, featuring a b & w illustration of the shop’s premises at Symes House on the High Street.
Three carrier bags from Campden traders
A white plastic carrier bag with b&w drawing of shop building on High Street, Campden on front and back. A white plastic carrier bag from Pedlars (Ann Yates) Antiques A white plastic carrier bag from Keeleys of Campden
Endymion Porter, slides
Endymion Porter, included in a box of 50 colour slides from The National Gallery.
Campden Research Station
A booklet concerning the history, membership, research, development and publications of the Campden Research Station, n.d. Broadwater Press. 2 copies
The Canterbury Tales
Pasolini’s film of ‘The Canterbury Tales, with scenes in Chipping Campden about 1hr 37 mins into the film. The Pardoners Tale. Copy. In Italian
Ballad of Harriet Tarver
Ballad of Harriet Tarver, “Gloucestershire History” No. 4 1990, p 9. Harriet Tarver was executed on April 9, 1836 for poisoning her husband in Campden. In Roy Palmer’s “Street Ballads in Gloucestershire”.
Record Numbers seen at crowning of queen
May queen crowning at Scuttlebrook Wake, 1957. Jennifer Allely, Scuttlebrook Queen. Mentions: Jane Hobbs, Hilary Bond, Maureen Whatcott, Sandra Potter, Mrs A E Marsh, Mrs Whitfield, Mr Reg R Smith, Janet Bragg, Elizabeth Dennis. Cotswold Journal cutting from archive section, 8th March, 2007.
Under the Oaks
The Historical Record of the Parish of Ebrington.
Campden My Home
Poem about Campden, 3rd June 1988, by Gordon Greenall, 2 copies
Chipping Campden Planning Policy 1985
Adopted 7 November 1985. See also draft of this – 2006/068/PP.
Peter Haines, Blockley, probate copy of will 6/11/1810.
Mr Peter Haines of Blockley, handwritten copy of the Probate of his will dated 6/11/1810. Items left to Isaac Haines, Mary Wilkes, Jonathan Haines, Catherine Haines, George Haines and Mary Haines. Left 4 cottages in Watery Lane. Agreement for Peter Haines to pay his father for the four cottages. Receipt for said payment.
Campden Parish Church, George Ballard history 1731
Transcript of George Ballard’s letter of 1731 outlining the history of Campden Parish Church. Includes some paragraphs not transcribed in 2001/020/DS.
Izod Family Tree
Izod family tree, descended from John Izod 1475-1510. Compiled by Keith Izod. Query 13/068
"Non-Conformity in Gloucestershire", display
Exhibition by CADHAS for the “Gloucestershire Annual Local History Afternoon”, 6th October 2007. “Non-Conformity in Gloucestershire”.
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.
Robert Dover's Quatercentenary Games
Programme leaflet for 4 June 1982 and Scuttlebrook Wake 5 June 1982
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