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Rev'd William Wight of Harbury
Being born in London in 1809, the Rev’d William Wight had seen first hand the conditions its inhabitants had to live in. He viewed London as an example of what was ...
Hillmorton in the 1880s
While browsing the census records for Hillmorton in search of my family home, I couldn’t help but get drawn into the other names and families that surrounded them. Bricks and sandpits For example, in the ...
Deeds Relating to Tattle Bank, Southam, 1847-1872
This small bundle of documents1 is concerned with a specific piece of land in Southam, known as Tattle Bank. During the period covered by the successive documents of 1847-1872, very many persons are ...
Timbered Buildings in Warwick
I have been carrying out a small private survey of timbered buildings in Warwick and was struck by the similarity in style of The Tudor Inn on West Street and ...
Then and Now: Stretton on Dunsmore, Oak House and Trade
Former residents remember living in the village
Radford House Lodge
I recently purchased an old postcard of the house I remember from my childhood as where the man who farmed the land behind our house lived. The card is postmarked ...
23 + 25 Market Place, Warwick: “A Fig for a Date Stone”
These two properties, which stand on the corner of New Street, are a single, ornate, timber-framed structure and have sometimes been known as ‘Seven Gables’ due to the number of ...
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