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Archaeological Investigations at Missenden Abbey, 1983-88. By Yvonne Edwards, Jill Hender & Marion Wells. Series No. 58, Part 2 (2018)

The great monastery of Missenden Abbey was founded in 1133, but dissolved by Henry VIII in 1538. Its church and cloister were destroyed, and the remaining buildings changed greatly. This report sums up the finds and discoveries made by archaeologists since 1983, giving insights into the monastic community which once ruled the Misbourne valley. (120 pages with 6 maps and plans, 48 drawings and 2...

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ASHSJ33

Ashton and Sale History Society Journal 33: Looking Back at Peterloo; Ashton-on-Mersey Alehouses, Alehouse Keepers, Gambling Dens and Brothels 1613-1700; Sale Schooldays Remembered ...

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Ashton and Sale History Journal 31

My Life in Film; Ashton Park; The Early History of the Waggon & Horses, Cross Street...

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Ashton and Sale History Society Journal 29

Interesting Graves in Brooklands Cemetery, Sale; 'Naughty Upon a Coffer Lid': Ashton and Sale People in the 'Bawdy Court' 1590-1720; Dr Richard Pankhurst (husband of Emmeline); Captain John Moore...

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Ashton and Sale History Society Journal 30

The Black Ewe of Sale Old Hall (the life of Margaret Massey died 1653); a Trafford Park Childhood; Child Emigration from Sale to Canada...

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Ashton and Sale History Society Journal 32

The Reverend Daniel Baker Murder Victim?; Dr Thomas Worsley; Turf Wars and Dunghill Fights; John Stafford and the Reverend Richard Popplewell Johnson...

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Ashton and Sale History Society Newsletter 19

What we have lost: Whitehall Farm, Sale; The Priory; Women keeping their maiden names...

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Ashton and Sale History Society Newsletter 20

A walk down School Road, Sale, in the 1940s/1950s; The Story of Walden Gardens; Local Chelsea Pensioners, 1798-1851; Further Notes on Whitehall Farm; Cow Hire in the Seventeenth Century...

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Ashton and Sale History Society Newsletter 21

Watling Gate, Newton Park, Timperley; Factory Labour Retention and Recruitment During WW1: The Schaffer & Budenberg Experience; Memories of James Ernest Hulme; St Martin's, Ashton-on-Mersey, 700th Centenary...

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Ashton and Sale History Society Newsletter 22

Ties between Sale, Ashton and Hale; Sale and Ashton 'Strays'; The Gratrix family at War; VJ Day Celebrations, 1945; Sale Worthies: 1. John Brogden; The Dovecote, Sale Old Hall...

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Ashton and Sale History Society Newsletter 23

Interesting Graves in Brooklands Cemetery; The Consistory Court at Chester and the People of Sale and Ashton, 1590-1720; Dr Richard Marsden Pankhurst; Sale Worthies: 2. John Moore...

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Ashton and Sale History Society Newsletter No.26

The Beginnings of Ingestre; Barber and Colman; John Derbyshire, an Ashton-on-Mersey Lad in Nelson’s Navy; John Moore (1774-1857) and the Peterloo Massacre ...

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Ashton-on-Mersey and Sale Lives: 1600-1760

Ashton-on-Mersey and Sale people, their politics, religion, agriculture, housing, food, clothes and luxuries as shown in wills and probate inventories...

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Aylesbury: a personal memoir from the 1920s, by Professor W.R.Mead

2nd edition, privately printed by the author...

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Banstead, Epsom & Leatherhead in 1839

This title is from a new series of reprints from Pigot’s Commercial Directory for Surrey of 1839. It covers Banstead, Epsom & Leatherhead with Chipstead, Ewell, Great Bookham, Ashstead & neighbourhoods. The reprint comprises of an introduction to the county of Surrey, a description of the individual places with a list of inhabitants under occupations. Also included are some advertisements of ...

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Barnet 1471

Well illustrated book about the 1471 Battle of Barnet from the 'Battleground' series....

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Barnet History Journal, vol 1, 2017

Barnet History Journal 2017 contains a series of articles about Barnet history, with topics ranging from a dispute at a medieval tennis match to airships in World War One. Produced by Barnet Museum and Local History Society, this is the first Barnet History Journal, which is planned to be an annual publication....

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Barnet Physic Well

The story of Barnet Physic Well, ‘the tourist attraction that never quite made it’....

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Barnet Press Index of Events CD

CD with a searchable list of births, marriages, deaths, court cases and other notable events, taken from the Barnet Press (mainly Chipping Barnet) for most of the second half of the nineteenth century. Dates covered: 28 Dec 1861 to 21 June 1862, 6 Feb 1869 to 24 June 1871, 1873-74 (complete), 1879 to 1900 (complete)....

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Barnet Royal Timeline

The booklet describes the royal associations with Barnet (focussing on Chipping Barnet, East Barnet, New Barnet, Hadley and surrounding areas). It has been produced to mark the visit by HRH The Duke of Gloucester to Barnet Museum in May 2017....

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Barry Railway & Docks

Accident Book 1916-1927...

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Battersea, Stockwell & Wandsworth in 1839

This title is from a new series of reprints from Pigot’s Commercial Directory for Surrey of 1839. It covers Battersea, Stockwell and Wandsworth. The reprint comprises of an introduction to the county of Surrey, a description of the individual places with a list of inhabitants under occupations. Also included are some advertisements of the time....

Supplied by: East Surrey Family History Society Product Ref: ESY-E153

Blechingley, Godstone & Reigate in 1839

This title is from a new series of reprints from Pigot’s Commercial Directory for Surrey of 1839. It covers Blechingley, Godstone & Reigate with Nutfield, Limpsfield, Oxted, Tandridge, Gatton, Merstham & neighbourhoods. The reprint comprises of an introduction to the county of Surrey, a description of the individual places with a list of inhabitants under occupations. Also included are some a...

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Bolynton: A Historical & Archaeological Survey of Little Bollington

By Pat Faulkner. Little Bollington is a Cheshire village on the banks of the Bollin, west of Altrincham, south of Dunham Massey Hall. Published by a local archaeological group...

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