Cake & Cockhorse Volume 14

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Click on the issue links below to view the PDF for each issue and use the page number in the table to find the article. The Complete Index will also give you the page number where the name or subject can be found.


Volume 14 - Autumn 1997 – Summer 2000
Issue 1 Issue 2 Issue 3 Issue 4
Issue 5 Issue 6 Issue 7 Issue 8
Issue 9
Complete Index to Names, Places and Subjects - Volume 14

 

Reference
Vol‑Issue‑Page
Title Author Page
14-01-002 Forty Years On: Banbury Historical Society J.S.W. Gibson 2
14-01-008 Sulgrave – 1: The early centuries Martin Sirot-Smith 8
14-01-017 The Will of Edward Dumbleton of Easington, 1603 Philip Arnold 17
14-02-026 The Oxford Canal and the Ironstone Business Hugh Compton 26
14-02-037 Sulgrave – 2: The Washingtons Martin Sirot-Smith 37
14-03-058 Sulgrave – 3: After the Washingtons Martin Sirot-Smith 58
14-03-067 Royalist Artillery at Broughton Castle Nicholas Allen 67
14-04-082 Archaeology at Castle Quay, Banbury Steve Litherland 82
14-04-093 A New Museum for a New Millenium Simon Townsend 93
14-04-097 The Marston St. Lawrence Area: Archaeology and early history Derek Barrett 97
14-05-110 Excavations at Adderbury House Steven Weaver 110
14-05-120 An aerial view of Henry Stone & Son Ltd., pre-1925   120
14-05-122 The War Effort at Henry Stone’s, 1939-45 Walter McCanna 122
14-06-134 The Church Militant: William Beaw, Vicar of Adderbury and Bishop of Llandaff Nicholas Allen 134
14-06-120 The Conduct Books of William Whately: A seventeenth century Banbury Vicar’s advice on marriage Jacqueline Eales 149
14-07-158 Who Are the Romanies? Michael Hoadley 158
14-07-160 The Kingham Stopping Goods Michael Clifton 160
14-07-174 Eydon Field Names Christine Howes 174
14-08-186 ‘A View near Banbury’, by Thomas Rowlandson Simon Townsend 186
14-08-189 The Original Banbury Cross J.S.W. Gibson 189
14-08-198 Recent Excavations at Castle Quay, Banbury: A second interim report Steve Litherland and Kirsty Nichol 198
14-09-230 Staffing Oxford Canal – around 1851 Hugh Compton 230
14-09-247 Woad in the Banbury Area Vivien Billington 247
14-09-257 Miss Bromley’s School in the 1930-40s Dorothy Harrison (nÊe White) 257

 


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