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Herefordshire Archive Service Catalogue
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Herefordshire Constabulary... Miscellaneous Records
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Byelaws made and ordained by the Local Board of the Borough of Leominster.
Herefordshire County Council, Byelaws & Regulations etc.
City of Hereford, proceedings at Petty Sessions - includes index of names.
City of Hereford, Byelaws with respect to the Public Library.
City of Hereford, Byelaws for the Regulation of the Pleasure Grounds.
The First Hundred Years of the Herefordshire Constabulary.
Herefordshire Constabulary, 1857 – 1967. Compiled by Vera Hadley.
Policing Herefordshire and Leominster. By Gordon Forrest and Ted Hadley.
Stoke Edith Mansion Fire, 1927. ‘Was it a Ghost?’ By Ex Inspector Don Grigg.
‘Early Days of the Ross Police.’ By Ex Inspector Don Grigg.
‘The Herefordshire Constabulary: a Brief History’. By Ex Inspector Don Grigg.
‘Uniform’. By Ex Inspector Don Grigg.
‘The Poisonous Major’. Article re: Major Herbert Armstrong, Hay-on-Wye.
‘Fifty Years On.’ By Ex Inspector Don Grigg.
‘Longtown Harriers’. By Ex Inspector Don Grigg.
Hop Picking Duty in the 1930’s. By Ex Inspector Don Grigg.
Newspaper cutting re: Ledbury Lockups.
Notes on Herefordshire Constabulary History. By Ex Inspector Don Grigg.
Home Office Circulars
Welsh language circular issued by the Home Office.
Post-war British private cars showing the models and C.C. of engine.
Instructions re: Incendiary Attack on Farm and Field.