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Staffordshire History (1984-)

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Volume 1 - 1984
James Bateman: Plantsman and Garden Designer - Peter Hayden, Garden History Society
The Computer and Parish Records - David Butcher, Kings Bromley Historians
Barlaston Hall - Sophie Andreae, SAVE Britain's Heritage
A Soldier's Life - Margaret O'Sullivan
Longdon Village Exhibition - Maureen Piper
Farming and Land Ownership in Forsbrook in 1841 - Lynda Slaughter
Staffordshire Historic Buildings Trust completes its First Project - Cameron Hawke-Smith
Nonconformity in Gnosall - Rev. W E Blakeman
Local History Publications
Local History Calendar



Volume 2 -1985
Bygone Days - Mary Weate
The Fighting Dog - David Hancock
Stafford Castle Project - Hilary White
John Jervis - J E Simpson
Law and Order in Eccleshall's Past - Anne Jacques
Frank James of Walsall - B Williams and J van Leerzem
19th Century Enville - H J Haden
Blymhill Parish Apprentices - A E Owen
An Infamous Anson - M J Harley
Victoria County History of Staffordshire Vol. XX - Book Review by D B Robinson
Calendar of Events
Notes and Information Exchange



Volume 3 - 1985
Food for Thought - Naomi Bates
St. Lawrence's Church, Gnosall - Revd. John Blakeman
Life Below Stairs - Kitty Fisher
Stafford Prison Chaplaincy - J A Standley
Uttoxeter Settlement Certificates - A W Bednall
The Store of Winshill - Janice Hansford
Erasmus Darwin - Dr. Ruth Vincent-Kemp
Reviews
Notes - Coven 50 Years ago - Alex Chatwin
Information Wanted



Volume 4 -1986
The Housekeeping Records of Elizabeth Jervis - Peter Hayden
Vernacular Staffordshire - Bob Meeson
The Archdiocese of Birmingham Historical Commission - Michael Hodgetts
Rocester Excavation Project, 1986 - I M Ferris
John Nash: Some New Light on Aqualate Hall - Nigel Temple
Sandwell Priory in its Medieval Landscape - Aalex Chatwin
Book Reviews



Volume 5 - 1987
What is Domesday Biook? - A R Rumble
Major General Thomas Harrison and the Fifth Monarchists - B Capp
Sir William Brereton and the Parliamentary War Effort - R N Dore
The Domesdale Castles of Staffordshire - P Morgan
The Housekeeping Records of Elizabeth Jervis, part 2 - Peter Hayden



Volume 6 - 1987
The Battle of Hopton Heath - John Sutton
The West Bromwich Theatre Royal 1875-1900 - Terence Kilburn
A Note on the Early Wedgwood Burselem Estates - Cameron Hawke-Smith
A 19th Century Sporting Enterprise: The Pains Lane Story - John Holloway
Book Reviews



Volume 7 -1988
Note on ADD MSS 3911 in Cambridge University Library - Peter Wolley
The Select Vestry at Blymhill - Ann M Owen
Investigating Postal History - Christopher M Beaver
Subject and Author Index to Vols. 1-6



Volume 8 - 1988
Mohair and Silk Syers in 18th and Early 19th Century Leek - Alan Bednall
Old Theatre Days at Burton-on-Trent - Geoffrey Sowerby
The Diary of John Plant of Hazzlewood 1849-1853 - Ann Hind
John Robinson McClean C.B., F.A.S., F.G.S. - B J Williams and J Van-Leerzem
The Wardle-Morris Connection - Anne Jacques
Collections for a History of Staffordshire 4th Series Vol. XIII - Review by David Robinson
Book Notes - Dudley Fowkes



Volume 9 - 1989
The Staffordshire General Infirmary - Cyril Williams
Hengler's Circus and Victorian Staffordshire - Dr. John M Turner
The Building of the Bourne Methodist Chapel in Rocester - Iain Ferris
Thomas Sidney (1805-1889) - Anne Bayliss
Book Notes - Dudley Fowkes



Volume 10 - 1989
The Caves and Chasm of Lud Church, Gradbach, Staffordshire - T C Middleton
The Manor of Clifton Campville and Haunton, 1673-1685 - J Needham
Provision for Schooling - Lapley and Wheaton Aston, 1703-1989 - Mary Weate
Kings Bromley Historians - The First Ten Years - David Butcher
Transformers, Market Stalls and Wellingtons - Tony Hewitt
Book Notes



Volume 11 - 1990
The Staffordshire receiver's Account for Repairs to Stafford Castle for the Year 1441-3 by Joan Rogers
Thomas Holcroft by John Stringer
A Few of the Old Families of Lapley and Wheaton Aston by Mary Weate and Peter Lead
Book Review by Dudley Fowkes



Volume 12 - 1990
In Memory of St. Catherine and St. Clement : Some Variations on an Old Theme by Jack Haden
The Account Ledgers of a Leek Silk Manufacturer : A Mystery Solved by Alan Bednall
Codsall 1951 Revisited by Phil Clayton
Drinking, Gambling and Illegal Leisure Activities in Late Victorian West Bromwich by Terence Kilburn
Book Note
Cumulative Index to Staffordshire History Vols 1-12



Volume 13 - 1991
The Uttoxeter House of Correction 1627-1643 by A J Standley
The Rev. Thomas Loxdale 1675-1742 by Randle Knight
The Staffordshire General Infirmary by Cyril Williams (continued from Vol. 9)
Preview - A Social History of Yoxall in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries Edited by Denis Stuart by Jane Hampartumian
Cumulative Index to Staffordshire History Vols. 1 - 12 (Amended Version)



Volume 14 - 1991
Tudor Stretton by Dudley Fowkes
The Buxtons of Ellastone - Victorian Migrants to New Zealand by Rupert Tipples
Old Theatre days at Burton-on-Trent, Part Two by Geoffrey Sowerby
A Commentary by H. Jack Haden on Aspects of the Black Country: Black Country Social and Economic History by C J L Elwell



Volume 15 - 1992
The Staffordshire House of Correction 1649-1793 (Part1) by A J Standley
Mid Nineteenth Century Brown Edge by the late Alan Pointon
Mary Howitt: Author, Translator and Poetess by Joy Dunicliff
The Burne Family Papers in the William Salt Library by Dudley Fowkes
Review of The History of Harborne Hall by Francis Wilmot



Volume 16 - 1992
The Life and Times of Sir William Bassett of Blore 1493-1553 by David and Martine T Swinscoe
Some Views on the Rural Staffordshire Priest as perceived from the evidence of Wills 1534-1650 by Peter Woolley
Church Briefs by John Blamire Brown
Brass Bands in Brown Edge by the late Alan Pointon
Review of The Victoria History of the County of Stafford, Vol. XIV: Lichfield
Note on school records
The Meet, Four Ashes (postcard)
Note on new edition of David Horovitz's History of Brewood
Landor Society's Autumn 1992 programme



Volumes 17 and 18 - 1993
The Harrowby Family and the Villagers of Sandon by Andrew Gordon
Stafford Gaol and House of Correction 1783-1793 by A J Standley
The Timber Fellers of Wheaton Aston by Mary Weate



Volume 19 - 1994
The Timber Fellers of Wheaton Aston (concluded from Vol. 18) by Mary Weate
Stafford Gaol and House of Correction 1783-1793 by A J Standley
Shufflebothams: A Family Business in Victorian Cheadle by Margaret Johnson
Review by Dudley Fowkes of Smallwood Manor: the history of a Staffordshire estate by Sam Taylor
Cumulative Index Volumes 1-18




Volume 20 - Autumn 1994
The Pendrill Pensions by J A C Baker
Review by Dudley Fowkes of The Iron Elwells by Charles J L Elwell



Volume 21 - Spring 1995
Notes on the 'De Mere' family of Feudal North Staffordshire by D V Mayer
Brewood Parish Workhouse in 1779-1780 by Dudley Fowkes
Will of a Plumber and Glazier of Stafford, 1815 by Anne Bayliss
The Rev. Robert Essington and the New Church at Shenstone - extracted from Beads from a Necklace, an unpublished history of Shenstone by Madge Rogers
Gailey Crossroads in the 1920s by Alex Chatwin
Brown Edge in the Second World War by the late Alan Pointon
Review by Dudley Fowkes of Staffordshire, edited by Arthur Mee



Volume 22 - Autumn 1995
The Walsall House of Correction 1617 - 1740 by A J Standley
Giffard's Cross and the Panther Rescue: Fact or Fantasy? by David Horovitz
Bridging the Gap by Diana Grant
Note on a new publication on Uttoxeter - Seven Studies in the Economic and Social History of Uttoxeter and its Adjacent Rural Parishes 1530-1830 by Peter Woolley



Volume 23 - Spring 1996
A Practical Guide to Staffordshire Newspapers and where to find them by Dudley Fowkes



Volume 24 - Autumn 1996
Wulfric Spot's 'Northtune': A case for Norton-in-the-Moors by David Mayer
The First Trentham Hall by Richard Wisker
A Village Wheelwright by Richard Wisker
Two Birmingham Canal Navigation Basins by Philip Clayton
Homoeopathy in North Staffordshire, 1850-1950 by Peter Morrell
Nathaniel Neal Solly by Alex Chatwin
Reviews and Book Notes by Dudley Fowkes



Volume 25 - Spring 1997
Body Lining, Colonel Carlos: The Other Man in the Royal Oak by David Horovitz
Bones, Buttons - A Staffordshire Lady and Her London Dressmaker by Marion Aldis and Pam Inder
A Scarborough Connection by Anne Bayliss



Volume 26 - Autumn 1997
Of Potteries and Pots: A Few Notes by A W Bednall
Rugeley Waterworks by Ken Edwards
General Practice 1902-1932 by Mandy Edwards



Volume 27 - Spring 1998
The Silk Factory in the Globe Yard by A W Bednall
Book Note - Burton-upon-Trent - Tales of the Town by Dudley Fowkes
Correction to Volume 25



Volume 28 - Autumn 1998
The House of Correction at Stafford 1598-1647 by A J Standley
The Closure of Wolverhampton House of Correction by A J Standley
The Manor of Great Haywood by Dudley Fowkes
Stephen Chesters, Portrait Artist c. 1819-1886 by Anne Bayliss
Two Volumes of Salt Family Papers in the College of Arms - A Note by Dudley Fowkes
Wings over Wheaton Aston - by Ken Harris
Cumulative Index to Volumes 1-27



Volume 29 - Spring 1999
Did Wren design Ingestre Church? by Ann Bayliss
The Fearneyhough Family in Kings Bromley - Kings Bromley Historians
Corrections to the Cumulative Index Version in Volume 28



Volume 30 - Autumn 1999
Staffordshire Prison: The Incident of Sarah Wardle by A J Standley
The Horninglow Disturbances by G H Sowerby
North Staffordshire Railway Passenger Services by Noel R Walley
Papers of the Leek and Manifold Valley Light Railway Company in the Challinor & Shaw Archives, Staffordshire Record Office. A Note by Dudley Fowkes



Volume 31 - Spring 2000
A Landscape Mystery at Ilam Hall, Staffordshire by Phil Mottram
The Aston and Clifford families of Tixall. Some portraits in Burton Constable Hall, Yorkshire by Anne M Bayliss
The Gentlemen of the Leek Hunt by A W Bednall
Book Notes by Dudley Fowkes
Millessimo - Celebrating 1000 years of Staffordshire's Archives



Volume 32 - Autumn 2000
The Astons of Tixall Hall by Anne Andrews
New Light on a Passionate Swan: some unpublished letters of a Lichfield poetess by Martin Sanders
James Brindley - Founding Father of England's Canal System - by Bert Clarke



Volume 33 - Spring 2001
Occupations in Middle England in the Second Half of the Seventeenth Century by R A Hutchinson
Hanbury and the Civil War by Isobel Robinson
Penkridge Fire Brigade 1840-1950 by Robert Maddocks
"Artists" of the County Buildings, Stafford by Anne Bayliss
Book Review - Who's Who and Where's Where in Arnold Bennett's Five Towns by Anne Bayliss
The Gateway Project by Tim Groom



Volume 34 - Autumn 2001
Radmore: hermitage to Kings House by Julian Bielewicz
Wolverhampton House of Correction by A J Standley
Book Review by David Horovitz - The Staffordshire Encyclopaedia by Tim C H Cockin



Volume 35 - Spring 2002
Trentham in 1709 by Richard Wisker
Scarborough Window dedicated to Stafford Banker by Anne Bayliss
A sketch of The Rev. John Wayte, a sixteenth century Staffordshire Clergyman by Mary Weate



Volume 36 - Autumn 2002
The history of Ilam Cross by Phil Mottram
The rebuilding of Ashley Church 1860-1862 by Paul Ford
News from the Staffordshire and Stoke on Trent Archives Service: "Muck and Brass" by Tim Groom and Catherine Nichols



Volume 37 - Spring 2003
All human life: cause papers of the Consistory Court of the Bishops of Coventry and Lichfield by Anne Tarver and Martin Sanders
Huddale by David Swinscoe
The incident of Henry Ball by A J Standley
Lichfield Congregational church and its nineteenth century pastors by Jacqui Simkins
Proposal for an Association for Staffordshire Local History
Book Note - Burton upon Trent Recollections by Dudley Fowkes



Volume 38 - Autumn 2003
A Village Nonjuror by Phil Mottram
An analysis of poor law expenditure in Barton-under-Needwood in the 1780s by Dudley Fowkes
Inauguration of Friends of the Staffordshire and Stoke on Trent Archive Service.



Volume 39 - Spring 2004
An eighteenth century Vicar of Lapley - The Rev. William Weate, B.A. (Oxon.) 1703-1768 by Mary Weate
John Weller (1830-1905) of Wolverhampton, architect: an interim study by John B Weller
Edwin Brough, J.P. 1844 (Leek) - 1929 (Hastings): from silk manufacturer to Jack the Ripper hunter by Anne M Bayliss



Volume 40 - Autumn 2004
Ferdinando Poyntz - a Tudor pupil at Burton by Brian Buxton
The Webb family of Harlaston and Stafford by Randle Knight
News from the Staffordshire & Stoke on Trent Archive Service: The Sutherland Papers
Black Country Archives - "Documenting the workshop of the World" Project



To be continued
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