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     Wiltshire (Buildings of England series) page 154



     Monumental Inscriptions of Wiltshire 1822, page 185

     Notes on the Rural Deaneries of Marlborough and Cricklade 1812

     Wiltshire Glebe Terriers 1588-1827, pages 64-65


General History and Topography

     The Reflection in the Pond; A Moonraking Approach to History, pages 217-263

     The Victoria County History of Wiltshire, vol 16, pages 82-88

Maiden Bradley

     Modern History of Wiltshire, Vol.1, The Hundred of Mere, pages 94-136





     Wiltshire Towns: the archaeological potential ( Page 45)



     A look at Church Street then and now ( Mere Papers 15)

     Chantry priests houses and other medieval lodgings ( includes The Chantry, Mere)

     Mere Union Workhouse ( Mere Museum Monographs 5)

     The domestic buildings of Mere : an introduction : The Goldsmiths of Mere, farmers, weavers, publicans and homeopaths ( Mere Papers 7)

     The Inns of Mere ( Mere Papers 5)

     Wiltshire ( Buildings of England Series); revised by Bridget Cherry ( Pages 345 - 348)

     Woodlands and Dodingtons : the story of Mere's oldest house and its owners ( Mere Papers 13)

     Woodlands House Full Text Available



     An Inventory of Nonconformist Chapels and Meeting Houses in South-West England

     Congregationalism in Mere : the story of the Independent Chapel ( Mere Papers 8)

     Mere Church Full Text Available

     Notes on the Parish Church of St Michael the Archangel, Mere, Wilts

     The Church Bells of Wiltshire: their inscriptions and history

     The Church Plate of the County of Wilts ( Pages 92 - 94)

     The Monumental Brasses of Wiltshire ( Pages 22 and 31)


General History and Topography

     A millennial miscellany ( Mere Papers 14)

     Beer, bacon, milk and wine : The demon drink, the temperance movement in Mere ( Mere Papers 11)

     Death and Life in Tudor and Stuart Mere ( Mere Papers 4)

     Enclosure! : the changed face of Mere ( Mere Papers 9)

     Exploring Historic Wiltshire, Vol. 2: South

     Highways and Byways in Wiltshire ( Pages 226 - 230)

     Mere : a Wiltshire country town

     Mere : looking back at 1987

     Mere by pen and camera : a short history of, and guide to Mere and the surrounding district

     Mere memories

     Notes on the history of Mere

     The Beauties of Wiltshire ( 3 Vols) ( Vol. 1 Pages 310 - 312)

     The Illustrated Portrait of Wiltshire ( Page 270)

     The story of Mere

     Wiltshire : the topographical collections corrected and enlarged by John Edward Jackson ( Pages 385 - 389)



     Silver Threads : a study of the textile industries of Mere ( Mere Papers 3)

     The Silk Industry of Mere ( Mere Museum Monographs 4)

     The Victoria History of Wiltshire, Vol. 4



     A brief enquiry into the antiquity, honour and estate of the name and family of Wake

     A church recovered : how [ Thomas Blundell] a former Baptist minister became vicar of Mere, and the changes he effected ( Mere Papers 16)

     Drilling for wine

     Historians of Mere : Thomas Henry Baker, 1833 - 1914 : Mere in 1851 ( Mere Papers 1)

     Putting the clock back: reminiscences of childhood in a quaker country home, during the later middle years of the last century

     Share my harvest : a Merryweather family of Mere and Sedgehill, Wiltshire, England through three centuries

     Some Wessex memories : from the writings of Thomas Henry Baker, 1833 - 1914 ( Edited by P. Westwood)

     The doctors of Mere : Mere chemists and the Edmunds Family ( Mere Papers 6)

     Waltons of Mere ( Mere Papers 2)

     William Barnes of Dorset

     William Barnes, 1801 - 1886, the schoolmaster

     Yesterday's Tale : more reminiscences of Quaker home life during the later years of the last century


Public Services

     Moonraker Firemen ( of the past) ( Pages 123 - 126)



     Wiltshire Schools: a short history



     The Victoria History of Wiltshire, Vol. 4

Stourton with Gasper


General History and Topography

     A Mere Banker!

     History of Modern Wiltshire Hundred of Mere; pp 43-62, 89-92, 152-157

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