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     Farming Changes in Two Wiltshire Villages: Durrington and Shrewton, 1760-1860



     An archaeological and environmental study of the neolithic and later prehistoric landscape of the Avon valley and Durrington Wall environs

     Bronze Age Beakers from Larkhill and Bulford

     Durrington Walls: excavations 1966-1968

     The Prehistoric Monument of Durrington Walls

     Woodhenge: a description of the site as revealed by excavations carried out by Mr and Mrs B.H. Cunnington, 1926-7-8



     Wiltshire (Buildings of England series), revised by Bridget Cherry, pages 228-9



     Durrington Free Church

     The Church Bells of Wiltshire: their inscription and history. page 79

     The Church of All Saints, Durrington

     The Church Plate of the County of Wilts. page 39


Field Sports

     Hounds, Hares and Foxes at Larkhill: history of the Royal Artillery Hunt


General History and Topography

     A History of Wiltshire, Vol. 15, pages 93-105

     Durrington Village Appraisal, 1975

     Durrington: a chalkland village in the later Middle Ages

     Modern History of Wiltshire, Vol. 2, Hundred of Amesbury, pages 41,42,156,175

     Notes on Common Lands in and around Durrington

     Notes on Durrington

     Records of the Manor of Durrington, Wilts.

     The Wiltshire Village Book, pages 90-1

     Wiltshire Villages, pages 54-5

     Wiltshire: the topographical collections collected and enlarged by John Edward Jackson, page 356



     A History of Wiltshire, Vol. 4



     Gunners at Larkhill: a history of the Royal School of Artillery

     History of Early British Military Aeronautics

     Larkhill: the early days

     Plain Soldiering: a history of the armed forces on Salisbury Plain, pages 27, 123, 162, 191



     A History of Wiltshire, Vol. 4

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