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On-line Records of Buckinghamshire

The society has a rolling programme to make earlier volumes of of our annual journal, Records of Buckinghamshire available on-line through this website, where articles can be read on-screen or can be downloaded and printed on your own printer. Volume 11, with articles from the years 1919-1926, went on-line on 1 October 2010. This has been followed by 35 more annual volumes. We aim to make a new volume available on-line every six months.

All 43 annual volumes currently available on-line are listed below:

  • Click on the volume number to open a list of its articles available on-line,
  • then click on each article title to download and read it on-screen – or use your local printer to print a copy for yourself.
VOLUMES AVAILABLE ON-LINE
Volume Parts Contains Published On-line
Records 1 Cover of Records volume 1 1-8

• Antiquities of the Chiltern Hills
• Aylesbury Church in 1848
• Desecrated Churches of Buckinghamshire
• History of Mursley-with-Salden
• Cold-Harbour
• Earthworks at Hampden and Little Kimble
• Drayton Beauchamp - Manorial history
• Biddlesden Abbey and its lands
...and 49 other articles

1854-58 January
2013
Records 2 Cover of Records volume 2 1-8

• The Life and Labours of Browne Willis
• Ruins of the Chapel of St Peter at Quarendon
• Master John Shorne, the Marston Saint
• Consecration of Fulmer Church 1610
• Biddlesden Abbey and its Lands
...and 47 other articles

1859-60 July
2015,
March
and
November
2018
Records 10 Cover of Records volume 10 1

• Stowe and its ‘Gardens’
• Parish Church of All Saints, High Wycombe
• Desecrated Churches of Buckinghamshire
• Eleventh-century Buckinghamshire
• The Danes' Ditches at Danesfield, Medmenham
• Aston Abbotts Parish Register and Account Book

1910 November
2014
Records 11 Cover of Records volume 11 1-6

• MSS of the Archdeaconry Courts
• Parish records of Newton Longville, Hillesdon and Clifton Reynes
• Bucks Oath Rolls
• Aylesbury’s Charter
• Tickford Priory
• Roman remains at Radnage
• Excavations at Bulstrode and Danesborough
• The Building of Winslow Hall
...and 20 other articles

1919-26 October
2010
Records 12 Cover of Records volume 12 1-4

• An 18th-century village fire and a Bucks spa
• Fenny Stratford in the 17th century
• Churchwardens’ accounts of Quainton
• A mural painting at Chalfont St Peter
• The building of County Hall, Aylesbury
• Haddenham during the Civil War
• 14th-century farm accounts
• Notebooks of William Lowndes

1927-30 June 2014
-June 2015
Records 17 Cover of Records volume 17 1-5

• Worthies of Bucks 1678-89
• Fenny Stratford street development
• The Penn Doom
• Railways and the growth of Wolverton
• Mesolithic industries by Colne Waters
• Fifteenth-century Aylesbury
• A Buckingham Romano-Celtic Temple
• The Demolition of Eythrope House 1810-11
...and 24 other articles

1961-65 April
2011
Records 19 Cover of Records volume 19 1-4

• Crendon needlemakers
• The Buckinghamshire straw plait trade in Victorian England
• Canal settlement in Fenny Stratford
• Early records of the Archdeaconry of Buckingham
• The first fall of Sir John Molyns
• The Ravenstone beaker
• The Gawcott Revolt of 1867
• Moated sites in Bucks – a list
• Aylesbury – a defended town?
...and 15 other articles

1971-74 January
2015
Records 25 Cover of Records volume 25

• Excavations in George Street, Aylesbury, 1981
• The houses of Coleshill: Anantomy of a 17th-century village
• Lady Elgiva, St AEthelwold and the Linslade Charter of 966
• Isis at Thornborough
• A prehistoric crouched burial at Princes Risborough
• A Scottish Evangelist in Aylesbury
• Medieval pottery iundustry at Potter Row
• Buckinghamshire Coleoptera
...and other articles and notes

1983 August
2014
Records 26 Cover of Records volume 26

• Grim's Ditch, Ivinghoe
• The Danish wars and the establishment of the borough and county of Buckingham
• The evolution and decline of the Restoration militia in Buckinghamshire, 1660-1745
• A medieval pottery industry at Olney Hyde
• The Civil War destruction of Boarstall
• Iron Age occupation at Long Crendon
• Law enforcement, crime and punishment in Seventeenth-Century Buckinghamshire
• The burnt mounds of Chalfont St Giles
...and other articles and notes

1984 July
2018
Records 27 Cover of Records volume 27

• The Verneys and the sequestrators in the Civil Wars 1642-56
• A neolithic settlement at Stacey Bushes, Milton Keynes
• Hardmead and its deserted village
• The development of the borough of Buckingham 914-1086
• Buckingham saints: St Firmin of North Crawley
• Two post-medieval pottery kilns at Prosser's Yard, Brill
• The manor and abbey of Burnham
• Excavations near Mount Wood, Chenies
...and other articles and notes

1985 July
2018
Records 28 Cover of Records volume 28

• Excavations at Bierton 1979
• The Wendover election of 1741
• Origin of the borough of Newport Pagnell
• Wolverton: A magnet for migrants
• Archaeological survey of the Dornet area
• The motte, castle and Tuville family of Weston Turville
...and other articles and notes

1986 February
2020
Records 29 Cover of Records volume 29

• Excavations at Magiovinium 1978-80
• Buckinghamshire saints reconsidered: St Osyth and St Edith of Aylesbury
• Chartridge and Pednor hedgerows
• A Romano-British pottery kiln at Springwood, Gerrards Cross
• An Anglo-Saxon cemetery at Bourne End, Wooburn, reinstated
• The Inclosure of Pitstone Common Wood in 1612
• A gazeteer of cruck buildings in Buckinghamshire
• The coccinellidae (ladybirds) of Buckinghamshire
...and other articles and notes

1987 December
2018
Records 30 Cover of Records volume 30

• Rectory Cottages, Bletchley
• Buckinghamshire saints reconsidered: St Rumwold Rumbold of Buckingham
• Excavations at Desborough Casgtle, High Wycombe
• Medieval pottery production near Denham
• A Roman building at Wymbush, Milton Keynes
• A political agent at work in 18th-century Aylesbury
• ‘New Town Blues’: How a railway company avoided the problem at Wolverton
• The Old Churchyard at Olney
...and other articles and notes

1988 February
2020
Records 31 Cover of Records volume 31

• Excavations in Walton, Aylesbury, 1985-86
• A fifteenth to sixteenth-century pottery industry at Tylers Green, Penn
• Willow Vale Farm House, Steeple Claydon
• An Iron Age Hill fort at Brill?
• Osyth, Frithuwold and Aylesbury
• Excavation of an early prehistoric site at Stratford's Yard, Chesham
• The Marlow tithes: the Tithe Commutation Act 1836 and the Rectory of Great Marlow
...and other articles and notes

1989 August
2018

The work of digitising these back volumes has been done by John Dodd, Peter Marsden, Jeff Pepper, Ken Wallis and Marion Wells.