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Index to articles in the Records of Buckinghamshire

Below is a list of the articles which have been published in the Records of Buckinghamshire (excluding very short notes). In early years a number of articles were published in parts. Where these lie within a volume they are only listed once.

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Volumes: 1-5 | 6-10 | 11-15 | 16-20 | 21-25 | 26-30 | 31-35 | 36-40 | 41-45 ...

... 46-50 | 51-55

2006 Volume 46
The Roman Site at Hill Farm, Haversham: Excavation and Watching Brief 2002-2004. A. Mudd
The Great Fire of Buckingham 1725. An Assessment of the Damage, the Loss and the Process of Recovery. P. Poorman
Ipse Tenet - He Himself Holds: aspects of Eleventh-Century Estate Management in Buckinghamshire. K. Bailey
Excavation of a Prehistoric Stream-Side Site at Little Marlow, Buckinghamshire. A. Richmond, J. Rackham & R. Scaife et al
Place House, Horton, (formerly Buckinghamshire); the House and Garden and its Successor. M. Farley
Changes in the Landscape: Archaeological Investigation of an Iron Age Enclosure on the Stoke Hammond Bypass. Edgeworth et al
The Cisterian Grange at Grange Farm, Shipton Lee, Quainton. A. (Sandy) Kidd
Buckinghamshire and the Swing Riots. A. Dell
Denham: A Lost Borough, or One that Never Was? K. Bailey
Buckinghamshire Field-Names 4 : Shot, Cockshot and Weald. K. Bailey
Sir Robert Dormer's Tomb in Wing Church, Buckinghamshire. L. Butler
Not Drowning but Waving... G. Lamb
An early Saxon brooch from Buckland. R. Tyrrell
An Eighteenth-century Aylesbury Poet: Alexander Merrick (1689-1759). H. Hanley
2007 Volume 47, Part 1
A4146 Stoke Hammond and Linslade Western Bypass: archaeological excavations 2005. R. Moore et al
An Iron Age pit alignment and burial at Aspreys, Olney. L. Webley et al
Bronze Age occupation and Saxon features at the Wolverton Turn enclosure, near Stony Stratford, Milton Keynes: investigations by T. Schadla-Hall, Philip Carstairs, Jo Lawson, Hugh Beamish, Andrew Hunn, Ben Ford and Tess Durden, 1972 to 1994. Steve Preston et al.
Buckinghamshire Detached. K. Bailey
Leyrwite, marriage and illegitimacy: Winslow before the Black Death. D. Noy
Contesting the Restoration Land Settlement? The battle for regicide lands in Steeple Claydon, Buckinghamshire 1660-1700 and the shaping of a village. J. Broad
Lady Lydia Catherine Davall, Duchess of Chandos. A. Dell
Cruck Barn to Quaker meeting house. A small cottage at Wood End, Nash. M. Wotherspoon
First World War practice trenches in Pullingshill Wood, Marlow: an interpretation and evaluation. D. Dawson
Building accounts for a mid-seventeenth century tithe barn and dwelling house at Lower North Dean, Hughenden, Buckinghamshire. T. Gates and M. Andrew
John Smalrugge of Risborough: a case study of dual identity?
Cottages in Parsons Fee, Aylesbury
An agreement for the maintenance of the boundaries at Padbury churchyard
The Bell Hotel at Aston Clinton and the writer A. W. F.
2007 Volume 47, Part 2
Archaeological Investigations on WHiteleaf Hill, Princes Risborough, Buckinghamshire. G. Hey, C. Dennis and A. Mayes
A Bronze Age Barrow Cemetery and Later Boundaries, Pit Alignments and Enclosures at Gayhurst Quarry, Newport Pagnell, Buckinghamshire. A. Chapman
2008 Volume 48
Chessvale Bowling Club, Chesham, Buckinghamshire Excavations 2003-2004. John Halsted
Excavation of an Earthwork in Common Wood, Penn and Discovery of a Romano-British Settlement. Yvonne Edwards
Early Roman Bedding Trenches and Two Post-Medieval Sub-Rectangular Pits at Waddesdon. Wesley Keir
A Middle-Late Saxon and Medieval Cemetery at Wing Church, Buckinghamshire. Mark Holmes and Andy Chapman (editor)
Buckinghamshire in 1341. Keith Bailey
Medieval Features at The Bungalow, Ickford Road, Shabbington. Sarah Coles and Steve Preston
An Earthwork at Warren Wood, Little Marlow, Buckinghamshire. John Laker
The Church of St Peter Stantonbury, Milton Keynes. Paul Woodfield
A hidden landscape revealed: archaeology in the lakes and streams at West Wycombe Park, Buckinghamshire. Gary Marshall
The New Bridge at Hardwick with Connecting Roads: 1835-1840. S. Eveleigh
Babylon and Zion: Buckinghamshire and the Mormons in the Nineteenth Century. Ronald E. Bartholomew
Aston Clinton House 1923-1932. Diana Gulland
2009 Volume 49

On the survey of a Neolithic oval barrow at Dorney Reach, Buckinghamshire. Hugo Lamdin-Whymark and Darko Maricevic

Bronze Age burial and Late Iron Age and Roman settlement at Broughton Barn Quarry, Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire. Andy Chapman

An Iron Age settlement and post-Medieval farmstead at Oxley Park West, Milton Keynes. Lisa Brown, Daniel Stansbie and Leo Webley

Excavation of a Middle Iron Age Settlement at Kingsmead South, Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire, 2004-5. Andy Taylor

download article The archaeology and history of Renny Lodge: Romano-British farmstead, workhouse, hospital, houses. Caroline Budd and A.D. Crockett

An excavation at Latimer Park Farm, Latimer, Buckinghamshire. Alexandra Grassam

Medieval archaeology at 139, 141 And 143 Buckingham Road, Bletchley, Milton Keynes. Andrew A.S. Newton and Phillippa Sparrow

Ideo in Misericordia: a glimpse of life in early 14th century Chesham as revealed by its Manor Court Rolls. Garry Marshall and Anne Marshall

Buckinghamshire poll tax records 1377-79. Keith Bailey

download article Rose Cottage, Tylers Green: excavation of a 15th to 17th century tilery. Edited by Robert Zeepvat

13-21 Olney Road, Lavendon, Bucks: development and change on the periphery of the village. Gary Edmondson, Caroline Clarke and Jackie Wells

William Lowndes as a Buckinghamshire landowner. Jennifer Moss

2010 Volume 50
download article Excavation of a mid-Saxon Settlement at Water Eaton, Bletchley, Milton Keynes. Alistair Hancock

Manorial Desmesnes in Domesday Buckinghamshire: a Reappraisal. Keith Bailey

A Medieval Moat at the former White Swan public house, Westcott. Wesley Keir and David Ingham

Chesham Bois Manor, home to the Cheyne family for 350 years: Historical and Archaeological investigation. Yvonne Edwards, Anne Paton, Marion Wells, John Gover and Vaughan Birbeck

The Rookery7, Bishopstone, Aylesbury: an Archaeoloigical Building Survey. Sue Fox

Buckinghamshire Field Names. Keith Bailey

A Buckinghamshire Magna Carta. Roger Betteridge

Stowe Landscape Gardens: Home Farm Mill Pond. Gary Marshall

Archaeological Notes