Cake & Cockhorse Volume 15

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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 15 - Autumn 2000 – Summer 2003
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 15

 

Reference
Vol‑Issue‑Page
Title Author Page
15-01-001 Hazelford: a deserted village Margaret Taylor 1
15-01-005 ‘A very celebrated Banbury character’: The case of William ‘Old Mettle’ Castle Keith Chandler 5
15-01-030 ‘From thatch to fire’: Tysoe fire service Kevin Wyles 30
15-01-032 Woad in Shenington Nan Clifton 32
15-02-042 Hook Norton – an open village Kate Tiller 42
15-02-062 A literary jubilee: ‘Anthony Burgess’ B.S. Trinder 62
15-02-066 A Bloxham servants’ book Pamela Horn 66
15-03-084 Kimberley’s, Banbury building contractors Sally Stradling 84
15-03-110 Cropredy Friendly Society Pamela Keegan 110
15-04-119 Medieval glass at St Ethelreda’s, Horley Margaret Condon 119
15-04-128 Medieval stone carvings at St Mary’s Adderbury, Part One Nicholas J. Allen 128
15-05-150 Blue plaques in Banbury Andy Boddington 150
15-05-151 The Banbury toll books, 1754-1826, and the horse fairs R.K. Gilkes 151
15-05-157 Medieval stone carvings at St Mary’s Adderbury, Part Two Nicholas J. Allen 157
15-06-182 Aplins – the oldest solicitors’ practice in Banbury: Part One – The Aplin family, 1739-1837 K.R.S. Brooks 182
15-06-195 Fire at Kings Sutton, 1785 Paul Hayter 195
15-06-205 Fortnam versus Fortnam: marriage breakdown in Georgian Oxfordshire Pamela Horn 205
15-07-214 Aplins: Part Two – The twentieth century K.R.S. Brooks 214
15-07-233 The 1996 Broughton coin hoard N.J. Mayhew and E.M. Besly 233
15-07-240 Bells, bellringing and bellhangers at and from Kings Sutton Chris Pickford 240
15-08-250 ‘Built on wool’: the medieval wool trade in England Nicholas J. Allen 250
15-08-255 Pasture and profits: sheep and enclosure in sixteenth century Kings Sutton and Chipping Warden Hundreds – Part One Deborah Hayter 255
15-09-286 Banbury memoirs of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries B.S. Trinder 286
15-09-304 Pasture and profits – Part Two Deborah Hayter 304
15-09-312 The late Rector of Shalstone, Bucks. [William Cotton Risley jnr.] Geoffrey Smedley-Stevenson 312

 


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