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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.
Weston-sub-Edge: by Doris Court
Weston Sub Edge: the Cotswold Village lying below its famous Edge, Dover’s Hill Written by Doris Court. Pub. 1992
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
Campden Sources in SBTRO
Stratford Record Office/Shakespeare Birthplace Trust Record Office(SBTRO). Campden sources.
Reconciliation of the Campden Inclosure Award with an 1818 map
Reconciliation of the Campden Inclosure Award, (the Noel, Perrins and Vicarial Allotments), with an 1818 map of Noel lands and of Vicarial lands. From Glos. Local History Library.
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
Campden Research Station
A booklet concerning the history, membership, research, development and publications of the Campden Research Station, n.d. Broadwater Press. 2 copies
History of Chipping Campden Bridge Club
History of Chipping Campden Bridge Club from its founding in 1947 – present day (2011). 7pp.
Original surveys of Campden Buildings for Peter Gordon.
The building surveys include: The Staplers House Saxton House Gabbs Bakery Keeley Cottages Wireless Supply The Thatch The Volunteer Inn Cull Cottage Mr James’s Shop Wheeler’s Florists Milleis Cottage Abbotsbury Stuart House The Bagatelle, Island House St Catharine’s Cottage Green Dragons The Old Presbytery Woodroffe House Cotswold House Hotel Stamford House Izod’s Cottage The Green Dragon Jackson Stopps and Staff building Lloyds Bank The Martins Darby’s House Midland Bank
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
2005 Dover's Games and Scuttlebrook Wake
Programme for 3 June – 4 June 2005.
A Gloucestershire and Bristol Atlas
A selection of old maps and plans from the 16th to the 19th century, showing Chipping Campden p9. Pub. Percy Lund
Churchyard survey of St Catharine's Church Campden.
Volume 2 original records. Areas C – D.
Chipping Campden, 5 aerial photographs
Chipping Campden, 5 aerial photographs from Cambridge University. 1. Ploughed earthworks near Campden SP137379 2. Campden House 3. Weston-sub-edge 4. Lower Norton 5. Chipping Campden SP1539/10, showing the town and 3 photocopies
Churchyard survey of St Catharine's Church Campden.
Volume 1. Index plus original records. Areas A – B.
Blockley, Bishop Wulfstan Builder of Blockley Church. Printed GS Print, Bromsgrove. Sketches taken from “The Building of Blockley Church” by R A Smeeton. Researched and written by the author. Letter from John Haggart to Carol Jackson.
Assessment of rates, 1707 for Westington and Combe (Wessington)
Assessment of rates, 23rd April, 1707 for Westington and Combe (Wessington), at 4 shillings in the pound. List appended includes: Nathan Izod, Earl of Gainsborough, John and William Hiron.
Campden references in Sandon Hall Records
Sandon Hall records of relevance to Chipping Campden, Estate Accounts, rentals, maps, tenant issues and other references. Ryder/Harrowby Details. Notes on Harrowby Papers listed in Glouceter Record Office.
Gertrude Williams family history
Gertrude Williams and Juliet Nora Williams (1854-1930), queries from Judy Williams 10/5/2003 and August 2003. 4 photographs of views of Campden painted by Juliet Williams and 2 copies of photographs of her. Views painted 1910 – 1927. Family history & family tree Query no. 03/10
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