OTHER PUBLICATIONS AND RESEARCH

 

"Rural Elementary Education in a part of West Somerset 1860-1902 with particular reference to the myth of compulsory
school attendance”. B.Ed thesis. Copy at Somerset County Record Office.

 

“A study of the 1830-2 crisis over Parliamentary Reform as it affected the West Midlands town of Walsall”.
Certificate of Education thesis. 1971. Copy at Walsall Local History Centre.

 

“The Economic Exploitation of the Earl of Bradford’s Walsall estate 1802-1865". M.A thesis. 1983. Wolverhampton
Polytechnic. Copy at Walsall Local History Centre.

 

“Castle Bromwich in the Reign of George III”. Chelmsley Local History Society. Occasional Paper No 2. 1977. Copy
in the Library of Birmingham.

 

“Edward Littleton, first Lord Hatherton, 1791-1865. A personal and family history”. 1994. Copies at
Staffordshire County Record Office and Walsall Local History Centre.

 

“Berkswell 1550-1660, a Warwickshire Village and its People”. Solihull Adult Education. 1983. Copy at Solihull
Central Library.

 

“A Staffordshire Nobleman and Birmingham in the 19th Century" (Lord Hatherton). Birmingham
Historian No 18. 1999. Copy at the Library of Birmingham.

 

Berkswell Miscellany articles. Copies at Solihull Central Library.

 

“From Malthouse to Café”. Volume 1. 1985.

 

Rebuilding the Rectory”. Volume III. 1987

 

“From Berkswell to Van Diemen’s Land: the Eardley Wilmots”. Volume IV. 1988

 

“Millionaires at the Moat”. Volume 2. 1986

 

“George Ravenhill VC”. Copy at the Library of Birmingham.

 

“Suffragette Partnership. The Lives of Lettice Floyd and Annie Williams, 1860-1943”. 2005. Copy at Solihull Central
Library.

 

Contributions to "Changing Faces", the history of Langford Budville, Somerset. Edited by Marjorie Stockley. 2012. Copy at Somerset County Record Office.


 

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Riqueval Bridge over the St Quentin Canal. British troops celebrate its capture on September 29 1918