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Gordon Russell - CADHAS Lecture
CADHAS Lecture 16/2/1995.
Weston Subedge and Chipping Campden, OS map 1924
O.S. Map of Weston Subedge and Chipping Campden, 1924 ed. Gloucs. Sheet VII S.E. and Worcs. Sheet L S.E. 6 inches to 1 mile.
Civil War 1644 - 1645, details of Old Campden House fire.
Handwritten document, copy from the Historical Introduction to ‘Biblliotheca Gloucestrensis’ pub. 1823. The notes detail the Civil War from 1644 – 1645 with details about the Old Campden House fire. Notes about Sir Baptist Hicks who was made Viscount Campden, Sir Henry Bard. From Allan Warmington’s effects.
Duties and services of a villein
Duties and services required of a villein living in Campden in Mediaeval times. Based on Victoria County History, Gloucestershire, Vol II p131.
Campden Society records in Gloucestershire Archives
Gloucestershire Records Office, list of records deposited by the Campden Society March 1973. 1. Minutes of the old Campden Society 1924-1929. 2. Campden Society, annual exhibition catalogues, 1925, 1926, 1927 and notices of 1928 exhibition. 1925-1928 3. Campden Society Rules and Regulations. 1925. 4. Papers re: purchase and planting of 18 Hornbeam trees. 5. Bank account and cheque books. 1925-1929. 6. ...
OS Map Chipping Campden, 1885
OS Map Chipping Campden, 1885, 25ins to 1 mile, shows Chipping Campden, Westington, Broad Campden, Sheet V11.16
Step back in time to unspoilt Campden: Almshouses
Pat Hands in the Almshouses, article in the Gloucestershire Echo, 10th February, 1989, article with three photographs of Pat Hands, photographer Richard Sturdy. Also mentions George Brotheridge and Bertha Cooper.
Battle Bridge, extract from ‘The Ilmington Hills’ by Scarlet Potter, 1884. The bridge commemorates an engagement between the mercians and West Saxons. During the building of the Great Western Railway, Roman remains of a Roman Villa were uncovered. From Allan Warmington’s research.
Scuttlebrook Wake processions and Barbecue
1. 1956, 1 photo 2. 1957, 1 photo 3. 1962, 7 photos 4. 1966, 6 photos 5. 1967, 7 photos 6. 1971, 7 photos
History of the New family
The New Family. Correspondence between Anthony New and Rosemary Turner. Discussion of the “Mabel New” diary, probably written by Oliver New, her husband (see 2006/021/DO). Family tree from 1650 – 2004. Notes by Nevill H. New about the family of Herbert New from Greenhill, Evesham 1787-1932. 1901 Oliver and Mabel New moved to Ivy House, Chipping Campden.
Robert Dover's Games and Scuttlebrook Wake Programme
1. Programme for May 21st to May 31st 1970. 2. Programme for Childrens Races, June 7th, 1963. 3. Programme of Events, May 22nd to May 23rd, 1964. 4. Programme of Events June 1st – 2nd, 1979. 5. Cutting from Cotswold Life, June 1984 about Robert Dover’s games. By Joy Childs.
Chipping Campden Today and Yesterday, 1931
Booklet about Campden buildings 1931. Pub: T. Elsley. 2 copies. Scanned copy in Digital Archive Box B8.
Christmas Mumming in a North Cotswold Town
Christmas Mumming in a north cotswold town with special reference to Tourism, Urbanisation and Immigration-related Social Change Craig Fees Ph. D. Thesis 1988
Methodists in Campden district
Non-Conformists: 1. Gertrude Mary Fisher, copy of wedding photo, to Hugh Batho Green, first entry in marriage register at Mickleton Methodist Church, 1905. 2. Photographs of Charringworth Farm and Ledley House, Ebrington. Charringworth farm on the Evesham Methodist Circuit, 1914. Main part of Ledley House built for the Methodists but never used, 1850. 3. Notes by Margaret Fisher ...
Campden town name, correspondence
Letter between Robin Woolven and Vanessa Rigg about the origin of the name of Campden Town. Letter from Geoffrey Powell about Campden and Camden. Email from Carol to Geofrrey Powell about the same topic and information found in Seal Church.
Chipping Campden School 550th Anniversay 1440 - 1990
Programme of events for an Open Day and Tea Party, 21/7/1990. leaflet for 550 Anniversary Commemoration Ball 20/7/1990 newspaper cutting 26/7/1990 550 anniversary celebrations
St Catharine's School prospectus
School prospectus, n.d.
Peter Haines, Westington, copy of will 23/7/1808
Peter Haines, Westington, copy of will dated 23/7/1808, proved by his son William 13/6/1811. Witnessed by John Hickman & Samuel Smith of Weston park & Richard Keen, Westington, miller. Details of wedding of Peter & Elizabeth Haines at St James’s Church on 12/6/1756 in the presence of Wm Holtham & Wm. Perrin. Extract from Register 4/9/1837.
Extracts from medieval Rolls and papers relating to Campden
Allan Warmington’s Research papers 1. The division of Campden (& Barrow on Soar) between the heirs of Roger de Somery, 1274. 2. Notes on the succession of various parts of Campden, 1273-1530s. 3. Various 14th century disputes and crimes. 4. Extracts from the Hundred Rolls 1274 and 1278.
Civil Defence (Gloucestershire), notices and plans
Civil Defence (Gloucestershire), 1. notice of Rally and Social 1955 2. training guide for Civil Defence 3. Statement about Home Guard made by Secretary of State for War, Woodrow Wyatt, 1953 4. Draft Chipping Campden Survival Plan in event of War
Research papers on Campden churches in medieval times
Research papers of Allan Warmington, for “Campden A New History”, covering the following: 1. St. Werbergh’s Abbey and St James Church, 1093-1510. 2. Campden churches 1283-1553 3. List of records included in the Ecclesiastical Records of Campden, 1185-1374. 4. Bordesley Abbey and the land at Combe, 1136-1342 Revenues in Gloucestershire churches, n.d. Notes from Josephine Griffith’s papers in the Muniment Room, ...
A Noel Night. Tales from the Archives
Christmas meeting 11th December, 1997, presented by members of the committee. Poster for an exhibition, ‘North Cotswold Life & Leisure’ at Campden Town Hall, June 14 and June 15 1986. Poster for Victorian Christmas Street Market, Tuesday, 20th December (n.y.)
Appeals about the Inclosures, held at the George Inn 1799,
Appeals about the Inclosures, held at the George Inn on 30th September 1799, report by the Commissioners appointed to oversee the enclosures. Proprietors of estates mentioned in the document, Gerard Noel Noel Esq., The Right Honourable Lord Northwick, Mr Cotterell, Mr Postlethwaite, Mr Roberts, Mr Izod and Mr Brain. Copy of the original meeting and ...
Lords of the Manor of Tewkesbury, list
Lords of the Manor of Tewkesbury, list compiled by Carol Jackson from the Church guide books, and 2 postcards of the DeClare windows in the chancel at Tewkesbury Abbey. Gilbert De Clare was Lord of Campden 1262-1292.
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