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The Rutland Record is the Society's annual journal, an A4 publication with colour illustrations usually of 48pp (give or take a few pages), which is issued free to paid-up members; it normally contains a selection of historical and archaeological articles and the annual reports of local organisations whose work is connected with the heritage of the historic county. Four articles over the years (in RR 23, 26, 31 and 34) have won or been nominated for British Association for Local History awards. Rutland Record issues up to and including RR35 are now out of print and have been removed from this page, but they can be downloaded free of charge via the Society's website at www.rutlandhistory.org/publications. RR36 onwards remain available and can be ordered via this page.

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Index of Rutland Record Nos 1-10

General index, indexes of contributors and titles and of books reviewed. LOW PRICE !...

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Index of Rutland Record Nos 11-20

General index, indexes of contributors and titles and of books reviewed. LOW PRICE !...

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Index of Rutland Record Nos 21-30

General index, indexes of contributors and titles and of books reviewed...

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Index of Rutland Record Nos 31-40

Detailed general index of the ten issues of Rutland Record from 2011 to 2020 inclusive, also with an index of authors and articles and an index of titles mentioned in the Rutland bibliography section of each issue. Together with previous indexes this forms an invaluable research tool for anyone studying Rutland's history and archaeology. 56pp....

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Rutland Record 36

Isaack Symmes and his 17th century Ridlington sundial; Belton (Rutland) and the medieval Blount family; A social study of Vale of Catmose villages in the 18th century; Neolithic jade axe from Martinsthorpe; Artefacts recorded with the Portable Antiquities Scheme in Rutland; History, buildings (including Lyddington Manor Project )and archaeology reports for 2015. Full colour illustrations in this i...

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Rutland Record 37

Editorial; Hereditary Trustees of the Archdeacon Johnson Foundation, with Johnson family trees; Lowthers at Cottesmore and Barleythorpe - Victorian aristocratic family in the hunting shires; What's in a Hut? - WWI prisoner of war hut surviving as an indoor bowls club at Uppingham; Rutland History, buildings (including Lyddington Manor Project) & Archaeology in 2016...

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Rutland Record 38

The Belton fire of 1776, with details of those affected; Mme de Boigne and George Finch, Earl of Winchilsea - with a nod to Marcel Proust; Uppingham High School for Girls 1888-1893; Rutland history & archaeology in 2017. Full colour in this issue....

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Rutland Record 39

Upper Palaeolithic findspots in Rutland; Roman temple at Thistleton, Rutland; Oakham Castle Hall - recent research; Transport connections from the Jack Hart collection of postcards; Rutland history and archaeology in 2018. Full colour in this issue....

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Rutland Record 40

The manor of Preston-cum-Uppingham in 1595, with transcript of a detailed manorial survey of that date; Thomas Cooke, Oakham clockmaker, with details of other local clock and watch makers of the 19th and early 20th centuries; Chancellor William Wales, rector of Uppingham 1859-1879, and his contributions to the town; Rutland history and archaeology in 2019, including Portable Antiquities Scheme, co...

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Rutland Record 41

The Oakham Anglo-Saxon coin hoard of 1749; An Oakham conveyance of 1824 and Thomas Sewell's windmill at Mount Pleasant; An early twentieth century Whissendine memoir; Oakham School: its reversion to full independence and the introduction of co-education half a century ago; Rutland history and archaeology in 2020...

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