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Herefordshire Archive Service Catalogue
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Sutton St. Nicholas, Lugg Valley and Aconbury... Sutton St. Nicholas, Lugg Valley and Aconbury
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Hand written summaries of various deeds relating to the conveyance of land in Sutton during the reign of King Edward III.
Hand written notes extracted from the diary of the Rev. Thomas L Allen, 1843, concerning the Sutton St. Nicholas Church and parish events at Sutton.
Summary of deeds relating to the Jancey family of Sutton, 1678 – 1893.
Notes on the Wergins Stone, apparently taken from various books and articles.
Hand written notes on details extracted from Withington School log books 1876 – 1908.
Notes entitled ‘The Animal Call Words of Herefordshire and the Secrets they Reveal’.
Hand written notes taken from Sutton St. Michael’s churchwarden’s accounts.
A group of documents concerning plans to extract gravel from the Lugg Valley, and a campaign to fight the project.
Programme for a concert held at Sutton St. Nicholas schoolroom for the dedication of new church bells.
Reprint of an article that appeared in the Hereford Times on June 8th 1946, concerning the diamond-wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Williams, the oldest inhabitants of Sutton St. Nicholas.
Photocopies of a volume from Aconbury Priory.
Type written transcription of the BL29/12-14 photocopies.
Photographs of Aconbury seals from Hereford Cathedral.