Berkshire Archaeological Journal

Berkshire Archaeological Society, 2008

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Cover for Volume 31

Journal 31: 1927

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Anon Cover and contents for Berk, Bucks and Oxon Journal Vol. 31 Part 1 PDF 740 Kb
P. H. Ditchfield Berkshire Archaeological Society 1926-7: List of Members, Report and Balance Sheet PDF 5 Mb
Anon Local History Recording Scheme: Berkshire Branch Annual Meeting PDF 707 Kb
G. W. B. Huntingford Wayland's Smithy and the White Horse PDF 2 Mb
S. Piggott A Prehistoric Village Site at Knoghton Hill, Compton Beauchamp PDF 921 Kb
A. H. Cooke Early Mayors of Wallingford PDF 564 Kb
A. H. Cooke The Early History of Hardwick PDF 312 Kb
G. B. Grundy Berkshire Charters PDF 10 Mb
J De C. Laffan Billingbear Park PDF 800 Kb
Anon The Library of the Berkshire Archaeological Society PDF 1 Mb
Anon Notes and Queries PDF 2 Mb
Anon Proceedings of Societies PDF 712 Kb
Anon Cover and contents for Berk, Bucks and Oxon Journal Vol. 31 Part 2 PDF 750 Kb
J. E. Morris Saxon Burghs and Norman Castles PDF 12 Mb
G. B. Grundy Berkshire Charters PDF 11 Mb
G. E. Miles The Interior of the Chapel of Henry VII in Windsor Castle PDF 3 Mb
A. H. Cooke Bec-herlonin Tithes in the XVIth and XVII Centuries PDF 1 Mb
A. H. Cooke New Light on Mapledurham Church PDF 1 Mb
A. T. Heelas The Old Workhouse at Wokingham PDF 2 Mb
H. E.Bannard The Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire Committees of 1642-1646 PDF 7 Mb
E. W. Dormer The Ancient Common Fields and Common Mead of Earley PDF 2 Mb
Anon Oxfordshire Ladies, Brass Rubbing Society PDF 208 Kb
Anon Notes and Queries PDF 1 Mb
Anon Reviews PDF 919 Kb
Anon Excursions PDF 1 Mb
P. H. Ditchfield The Church Plate of Berkshire PDF 1 Mb
E. W. Dormer Notes on the Manor and Manor House of Bulmershe, Berks. PDF 4 Mb
Anon The Library of the Berkshire Archaeological Society PDF 593 Kb
P. H. Ditchfield and J. Hautenville Cope Index to Berks.. Bucks and Oxon Archaeological Journal Volume XXXI PDF 1 Mb

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