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Articles in the Records of Buckinghamshire 41-45

These pages contain a list of the articles which have been published in the Records of Buckinghamshire since it was first printed in 1854.

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2001 Volume 41
download article Peasants, Peers and Graziers: The Landscape of Quarrendon in Buckinghamshire interpreted. Paul Everson
A Late Bronze Age to Roman Site at the Former Nurses Home, Oxford Road, Stone. C. Gibson et al.
Late Iron Age Features at Reserve Site 5, Downs Barn, Milton Keynes. J. Last et al.
Iron Age and Roman settlements with Prehistoric ans Saxon Features at Fenny Lock, Milton Keynes. S. Ford & K. Taylor et al.
The Smallest Estates in Domesday Buckinghamshire. K. A. Bailey
Beating the Bounds: Rogationtide at Waddesdon. A. H. J. Baines
A Corpus of Medieval and Early Modern Weaponry in Buckinghamshire County Museum. L. Babb
download article Aylesbury in the Civil War. George Lamb
John Mason and Henry Maurice: a Seventeenth-Century Buckinghamshire Friendship. M. Lewis
The site of the Old Church at Hartwell, Buckinghamshire. M. Farley & E. Throssell et al.
Aylesbury and High Wycombe in 1881: an Essay in Census Statistics. D. Thorpe

2002 Volume 42
The Population of Buckinghamshire in 1086. K. A. Bailey
Penn Tiles from Penn Church, Buckinghamshire
The Excavation of gorefields: A Medieval Nunnery and Grange at Stoke Goldington. B. D. Mynard & R. Ivens
Upton Church and the Bulstrode Brasses. A. Baker
Charity and status: The Activities of Sir John Kederminster at Langley Marish, Buckinghamshire, (now Langley, Slough). P. Fenley
The Dinton Church Sundial. C. St. J. H. Daniel
The Rebuilding of Ceely House, Aylesbury : Some New Evidence. H. Hanley
The Journey to Work in Buckinghamshire 1921-1971. D. Thorpe

2003 Volume 43
All articles in volume 43 are available on-line 
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download article The Aylesbury Steeplechase. Elliott Viney
download article Dr John Lee of Hartwell and his Swedish Journey, 1807-1809. William R Mead
download article The excavation and metallographical analysis of a Bronze-Age sword recovered from Ivinghoe Beacon. G Marshall and P Northover
download article Iron-Age settlement at Cranborne Avenue, Westcroft, Milton Keynes. S Anthony
download article A Romano-British cremation burial from Wellwick Farm, Wendover. R J Zeepvat
download article The Church in Anglo-Saxon Buckinghamshire c650-c1100. Keith Bailey
download article Excavation of a Medieval settlement, Late-Saxon features and a Bronze-Age cremation cemetery at Loughton, Milton Keynes. J Pine
download article Open-field enclosure and village shrinkage at Aston Sandford. Peter Gulland
download article John Mason: Anglican minister and friend of dissenters. M Lewis
download article The Portland family and Bulstrode Park. A M Baker
download article Life in a Georgian workhouse. J Coppock
download article Aston Clinton Manor House: From moated site to Classical mansion. Diana Gulland
download article NOTES: The Population of Buckinghamshire in 1086: Some reflections on the Domesday Book evidence. David Thorpe; The Population of Buckinghamshire in 1086: A reply. Keith Bailey; The «Baby Welcome’ at Lane End: Pioneer work in infant welfare. Sarah Charlton; Catsbrains and Conningers. Keith Bailey.
download article Archaeological Notes: Broughton; Milton Keynes; Aylesbury; Bow Brickhill; Buckingham; Denham; Haversham; High Wycombe; Olney; Amersham; Boarstall; Cuddington; Hedgerley; Lavendon; Newport Pagnell; Penn; Princes Risborough; Shenley Church End; Singlebotough; Great Horwood; Woughton; Brill; Chalfont St Giles; Chilterns; Great Gaddesden; Great Missenden; Halron; Hedsor; Hughenden; Iver; Meadle; Ludgershall; Medmenham; Mentmore; Pitstone' Stowe; Tattenhoe; Tylers Green; Westcott; West Wycombe, Wing.
download article Reviews: Charles Bridgeman; Waddesdon Manor; Wings over Wing; Buckingham at war; Archaeology of the Middle Thames; Romanesque fonts.
download article The Society; The Library; Natural History Section; Bucks County Museum; Centre for Bucks Studies; County Archaeological Service; Obituaries: Elliott Viney, Jeffrey David Hawkins; Officers of the Society; back cover with contents.

2004 Volume 44
Multi-Period activity at Main Street, Ashendon: Excavations in 1999. D. Slatcher, J. Samuels & Others
A Late-Medieval decorated floor tile, with other ceramic products from kiln areas at Cadmore End Common, Fingest, Buckinghamshire: a preliminary note. B. Hurman
The Penn Doom. M. Green
Who Was Who Beacme Whom; Buckinghamshire Landowners 1066 and 1086. K. A. Bailey
The Oxford Road Windmill, Aylesbury. R. Humphrey
Hillforts and Churches: a coincidence of locations? A. (Sandy) Kidd
A Romano-British Burial at princes Risborough. C. Appleton and R. A. Chelu
Swifts over Haddenham. P. Gulland
Land of Ayelsbury's Friarage. H. Hanley
Aston Sandford: some reflections on its early history. K. Bailey
Buckinghamshire Field-Names 2 :the dead. K. Bailey
Lost Paintings from Dinton Hall. G. Lamb

2005 Volume 45
Exacation of an early Saxon settlement at Pitstone. M. Phillips et al.
Some new loght on Caldecote and the Ancient Endowment of Aylesbury Minister. H. Hanley
Eathworks at Lavendon. T. Brown and P. Everson
A survey of earthworks and structural remains at Bray's Wood, The Lee. D. Secker
Latchmoor and the early history of Gerrards Cross. A. M. Baker
Early medieval Stewkley: settlements and fields. K. Bailey
Medieval tile industry at Penn. M. Green
Water Eaton Mill. E. Legg
An archaelogical survey of the manor house and gardens, Stantonbury, Milton Keynes. H. Bamford, D. Went & D. McOmish
Destroyed by the Temples; the deserted village of Stowe. M. Page
John Hone (C1740-1819) gentleman of Great Marlow & Dublin. J. Fox
Buckinghamshire Field-Names 3 : trees and crops. K. Bailey
Mursley' medieval market. K. Bailey
Thornton church clock. E. Legg