Deddington & District History Society 224 Newsletters

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Contents listing for the main articles in 224

Issue 35 May 2010
Deddington Schools


Issue 34 March 2010
The wall paintings in South Newington Church

Issue 33 January 2010
Percy Elford The creator of an Oxfordshire Schools Domesday survey
Issue 32 September 2009
Second Viscount Falkland 1609/10 to 1643
Issue 31 May 2009
The story of Mary Vane-Turner
Issue 30 November 2008
1808 enclosure
Issue 29 Addendum et Erratum 
Issue 29 September 2007 
Deddington's big country fair2
Research: using the Cartwright archive: Jill Adams4
Issue 28 September 2006
Who was Piers Gaveston? Dr John Maddicott1
The Deddington School records. Colin Cohen4
Issue 27 June 2006
Discovering experiences of motherhood in Oxfordshire c1945-1970: an oral history approach: Angela Davis1
Issue 26 March 2006
Twenty-four square miles (1946): Colin Cohen. Click HERE to access the book Country planning (1944) on which the film was based.
Issue 25 January 2006
William Cotton Risley, vicar and diarist: Geoffrey Smedley Stevenson1
The Deddington family history group: Moira Byast4
Issue 24 October 2005
Portrait of a river: the River Swere project : Walter Meagher and Peter Sheasby1
Daeda comes of age: Sylvie Nickels1
Issue 23 August 2005
The 1942 Barford census and 'War Books' a unique record? Part 2: Colin Cohen1
D&DHS Family research group: Moira Byast4
Issue 22 March 2005
An old print rediscovered: Norman Stone1
The 1942 Barford census and 'War Books' a unique record? Part 1: Colin Cohen2
Family research, Moira Byast4
Issue 21 December 2004
Leadenporch House: Jo Eames1
What's in a name? Barford St Michael4
Issue XX September 2004
The Oxfordshire ironstone enquiry of 1960: Colin Cohen
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Issue 19 July 2004
Sixty years of village chapels: Alan Maddison1
Issue 18 March 2004
Using local resources for family research: Moira Byast1
Deddington in the year 1623: Moira Byast3
Issue 17 December 2003
Utility furniture: Marianne Elsley1
Cheney's of Banbury and the Rusher types: Colin Cohen3
The Friends over sixty years; correction3
Issue 16 September 2003
The Friends over sixty years: Alan Maddison1
Deddington in old photographs: Buffy Heywood3
Issue 15 July 2003
Fortnam versus Fortnam: the story of a marriage breakdown in Geogian Oxfordshire: Pamela Horn2
Issue 14 March 2003
Dating hedges in the parish of Deddington: Walter L Meagher1
The railways of north Oxfordshire; meeting report: Laurence Walters4
Issue 13 December 2002
Deddington and district in postcards: Norman Stone and Moira Byast1
Great Tew and the tew Estate: Chris Day6
Issue 12 September 2002
The Deddington area in historical records: Chris Day1
Researching house history, the Old Vicarage, Barford St Michael: Colin Cohen2
Issue 11 July 2002
The Deddington area in historical records: Chris Day1
1952-2002: The Golden Jubilee, three memories of the accession of Queen Elizabeth II2
Deddington House (the Manor), pt 2: Buffy Heywood3
Issue 10 March 2002
Deddington House (the Manor), pt 1: Buffy Heywood1
The death of King George VI4
Issue 9 December 2001
Mapping changing Deddington: Chris Day1
Report of the Commission on the employment of children and women in agriculture, 1867: Chris Day7
Issue 8 September 2001
Sir Frederick Morton Eden's State of the poor: Chris Day1
Some tribulations for Methodists3
Issue 7 June 2001
Aynhoe Park: Nick Allen, meeting report1
Deddington's Titanic survivor2
Issue 6 March 2001
The Pudding pie Fair1
Oxfordshire at war: Dr Malcolm Graham, meeting report2
John Fardon, Deddington clockmaker3
Issue 5 December 2000
Clifton Mill, pt 2: Dr Alison Maguire1
Issue 4 September 2000
Clifton Mill, pt 2: Dr Alison Maguire1
Cookery class: Rhoda Woodward4
Issue 3 June 2000
Clifton Mill, pt 1: Dr Alison Maguire1
John Minchin of Clifton, miller. Chris Day3
Issue 2 March 2000
Why 224?1
Deddington Castle: Trevor Rowley, meeting report2
Poetry and prunes: Sue Shattock2
The Wills and inventories Group3
Issue 1 October 1999
The Deddington & District History Society: what it's for1
Deddington paper-mill, pt 1: Frances Wakeman4

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