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Spring 2006

No-11No 11: Spring 2006

  • Reflections on Journals Old and New
  • Catuvellaunian and Roman discoveries from a field walk in Littlebury Parish  –  Lizzie Sanders
  • Churches of N.W. Essex  –  Rosanne Kirkpatrick
  • Clavering Castle Geophysics
  • Audley End Engravings
  • Wimbish & Thunderley: the development of settlement in a boulder clay landscape (Pt 2)  –  John Hunter
  • The 17th Century Copper Tokens of Saffron Walden  –  Tony Fox
  • Country Notes (No 3)  –  Peter Dawson
  • A Miller’s Tale  –  Barry & Maureen Nesbitt
  • Archives of Saffron Walden: letters
  • Saffron Walden Museum’s Elephant, 1834-1960  –  Len Pole
  • Saint Blaise  –  Roy Helmore
  • ERO Archive Access 10th anniversary

Autumn 2005

No-10No 10: Autumn 2005

  • Clavering Castle Medieval Event
  • Wimbish & Thunderley: the development of settlement in a boulder clay landscape (Pt 1)  –  John Hunter
  • Saffron Walden and the Struggle for Democracy  –  Stan Newens
  • The Siege of Strethall  –  David Melford
  • Audley End in 1666  –  Zofia Everett
  • From Jacobean Mansion to Sabotage School: the wartime history of Audley End House  –  Ian Valentine
  • Radwinter’s Wartime Harvest Camp  –  Michael Southgate
  • Country Notes (No 2)  –  Peter Dawson
  • Uttlesford Local History Recorders
  • The Waldeck History Society
  • The Endless Quest for Family History
  • Saffron Walden Archives: diaries
  • Obituary: John Hunter 1932-2005

Spring 2005

No-9No 9: Spring 2005

  • The Lost Parish of Thunderley  –  Tony Fox
  • Clavering Castle  –  Jacqueline Cooper
  • St Botolph & Hadstock  –  Patricia Croxton-Smith & David Andrews
  • A Lost Historical Graffitto from Debden Church  –  Bari Hooper
  • John Newman Martyr  –  Jeremy Collingwood
  • Saffron Walden Market Place 1790
  • A Canal for Saffron Walden?  –  Geoffrey Ball
  • Mynott Pledger: His Book  –  Megan Ridgewell
  • Saffron Walden Convent
  • Country Notes (No 1)  –  Peter Dawson
  • Saffron Walden Archives: Crime
  • Field Walking in Littlebury

Autumn 2004

No-8No 8: Autumn 2004

  • Lieutenant of the Tower of London, Sir William Waad of Battles Hall, Manuden  –  Fiona Bengtsen
  • Uttlesford Local History Recorders
  • The Dissenters’ Burial Ground at Wimbish  –  Lucie Nottingham
  • Closure of Langley Methodist Church  –  Jacqueline Cooper
  • The Floor Maltings Industry of NW Essex and East Hertfordshire up to c.1914 (Pt 2)  –  Geoffrey Ball
  • The House that Mr Robinson built  –  Zofia Everett
  • ‘Press we to the field’  –  Robert Pike
  • Holed Stones and Sharp iron: Equine folklore at Wicken Bonhunt  –  Bari Hooper
  • The Town Library (Pt 2)  –  John Shaw-Ridler

Spring 2004

No-7No 7: Spring 2004

  • Cotman Connections: a case of serendipity  –  Clare Padfield
  • Recent Archaeology in Saffron Walden Town Centre  –  David Andrews
  • The Sampfords Project
  • Observations on Graffiti in the Church of SS Mary & Clement, Clavering  –  Bari Hooper
  • Saffron Walden Convent  –  Bruce Munro
  • Radwinter’s Remarkable Reredos  –  Michael Southgate
  • The Floor Malting Industry of NW Essex and East Hertfordshire up to c.1914 (Pt 1)  –  Geoffrey Ball
  • Wombwell’s Menagerie  –  Stanley Wombwell
  • Uttlesford Heritage under threat

Autumn 2003

No-6No 6: Autumn 2003

  • John Harvey’s Carved Mantle-piece  –  Peter M Daly & Bari Hooper
  • John Collin, Attorney of Saffron Walden  –  Chris Collin
  • History and Architecture of No 1 Myddylton Place,
  • Saffron Walden  –  Zofia Everett
  • Saffron Walden Borough Arms
  • Saffron Walden V.A.D. Hospital  –  Robert Pike
  • ‘Miles Graye Made Me’  –  Joy Pugh
  • Opening a Door on Saxon History  –  Pat Croxton-Smith
  • Around the Villages

Spring 2003

No-5No 5 Spring 2003

  • Mitchells Farm, Little Walden  –  Geoffrey Ball
  • The Gibson Boulders: a remarkable collection of Ice Age boulders in Saffron Walden  –  Gerald Lucy
  • Littlebury Millennium Album  –  Gillian Williamson
  • Some Saffron Walden Buildings and their Architects  –  Bruce Munro
  • Local History Recorders  –  Dick Lloyd
  • The Roman Road at Clavering  –  Jacqueline Cooper
  • The Town Library, Saffron Walden (Pt 1)  –  John Shaw-Ridler
  • Researching the Pledger Family  –  Megan Ridgewell

Autumn 2002

No-4No 4 Autumn 2002

  • The Churchmans of 16th and 17th Century Walden, Wenden and  Littlebury  –  Tony Fox & Everett Churchman
  • Horham Hall Farm, Thaxted 1807  –  Geoffrey Ball
    From Clavering to Australia  –  Margaret Cooper
  • St Mary’s, Saffron Walden Burial Registers 1558-1892  –  John Read
  • Pinders, Pounds and Commons  –  Laurie Barker
  • Heritage Sampford
  • The Friends’ School Anniversary
  • Obituary: Olive Cook 1919-2002
  • Stansted Airport: historic sites under threat

May 2002

No-3No 3: May 2002

  • The Site of the Battle of Assandun 1016  –  Patricia Croxton-Smith
  • Miss ffytche and Clavering Church  –  Jacqueline Cooper
  • How Saffron Walden correlates to the Demographic Transition Model between 1700 and 1850  –  James W. Bacon
  • The Victorian Home Farm at Audley End  –  Geoffrey Ball
  • Martin Robinson’s Notebook  –  Paul Wood
  • The Impact of the American Air Bases during World War Two on the area of East Anglia  –  Sarah Johnson
  • Field Names of Clavering  –  Jacqueline Cooper
  • Obituary: Neville Price 1909-2002

November 2001

No-2No 2: November 2001

  • The Compton Census in NW Essex  –  Imogen Mollet
  • Pre-enclosure Maps of NW Essex  –  Laurie Barker
  • Dates on Buildings and Exterior Walls in Saffron Walden  –  Neville &  Jean Price*
  • Local Farming in a  Bygone Age: what was it like?  –  Geoffrey Ball
  • Arthur Legge (1860-1942): Artist of Essex  –  Kenneth Neale
  • The Misses Hart  of Saffron Walden  –  Jacqueline Cooper
  • Skullduggery in the History of Strethall  –  David Melford