© Cirencester Archaeological & Historical Society & Contributors 2016-7 Registered Charity no. 287289
Cirencester Archaeological & Historical Society

Newsletters 2010

-to date

Only article titles and authors where known are listed below.  From the 2015 series, lecture reports will appear on line only. There will be a link on the Programme page.

Newsletter 62 Autumn 2016

• A Fistful of Dollar Street - cataloguing a Cirencester collection - Hannah Dale  Cirencester Workhouse 1724- 1837 - Louise M Ryland-Epton  A year of Cirencester life as recorded in the Parish Magazine for 1890 - Ruth Illiffe • Viewpoint: Cirencester Parish Church tower from Cirencester Park - Linda & David Viner 

Newsletter 61 Autumn 2015 12pp A4

• Stories of the First War fallen • Timeline of First War Deaths

Newsletter 60 Autumn 2014 12pp A4

• Cirencester Commemorates 1914-18: Frank Webb (1894-1915) • Lecture reports for 2013-4 Season

Newsletter 59 April 2014 12pp A4

The Kings Head Hotel, Cirencester - A town Phoenix reborn - David Viner • Cirencester commemorates World War 1 - Linda Viner  Horses for the [WW1] War effort - WGStandard 1914 Herbert Norris (1859-1931) Antiquary, Collector and Benefactor - a Huntingdonshire man in Cirencester- David Viner  • Victoria County History - a Volume for Cirencester

Newsletter 58 August 2013 12pp A4

• Lecture Reports for 2012-3 season Filling the open spaces- Ashcroft, Brewery, Cotswold Garage and carparks -David Viner and Derek Porch  Cirencester Pubs through time - Philip Griffiths, Amberley 2013: book review

Newsletter 57 April 2013 2pp A4 

• The town’s war memorials - Our current project

Newsletter 56 August 2012 12pp A4

• Lecture reports for 2011-2 season Cirencester Photographers over the years - David Viner  • Indexing the Wilts & Glos Standard - Linda Viner • Cirencester verse remembered by John and Susan Taylor

Newsletter 55 April 2012 8pp A4

• Sidney Tovey of Cirencester’s adventures in America - Miguel Nogales • House histories- 40 Dollar Street and 50 Victoria Road - Liz Allister, Lynne Pardoe, Linda Viner Chesterville School - Richard Greener & Linda Viner  Was there an ‘aerodrome’ at Wiggold? Philip Griffiths  • Celebrating HM The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee

Newsletter 54 August 2011   8pp A4

• Lecture reports for 2010-11 season The Old House, Gloucester Street - Rosemary Burton [from Newsletter no. 10] A House and its owners, No. 33 Dyer Street - Marjorie Klitz [from Newsletter no.12]

Newsletter 53 April 2011  8pp A4

Cirencester: the interpretation of streams - Peter Broxton and Richard Reece

Newsletter 52:  July 2010  12pp A4

• Editorial • Lecture Reports 2009-10 season • Just the Ticket: Travel and transport in Cirencester by road canal and rail - Linda Viner Researching F W Constable of Cirencester and Fairford - David Viner

Newsletter 51:  April 2010 4pp A4

• The Society's publications at Gloucestershire Archives • Obituary: Alan McWhirr, Society President 1987-97 - David Viner • Annual Report

Publications

One of the aims of the society is to publish information concerning the past of Cirencester and its environs. This has been achieved by publishing Newsletters containing short articles and, recently, short reports on talks held during the year (these latter now online). Longer studies have been published as the Miscellany series. All publications to up to last year have been lodged with the Gloucestershire Archives. They can be found by quoting reference D10989, and are open for research at the Archives. All publications can be found using the tabs above. We do have a small stock of back numbers of both Newsletters and Miscellany. If we have what you want, back issues of Newsletters are £3 each and of Miscellany are £5 from our editor. The Society is keen to have assistance for future publications. If you feel up to editing or even researching new material, our Editor will be pleased to hear from you. If you have an article suitable for publication in short form about some aspect of local history we may be able to help. Contact our editor

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© CAHS & contributors 2016-7 Registered Charity 287289
Cirencester Archaeological  & Historical Society

Newsletters 2010 -to date

Only article titles and authors where known are listed below.  From the 2015 series, lecture reports will appear on line only. There will be a link on the Programme page.

Newsletter 62 Autumn 2016

• A Fistful of Dollar Street - cataloguing a Cirencester collection - Hannah Dale  Cirencester Workhouse 1724- 1837 - Louise M Ryland-Epton  A year of Cirencester life as recorded in the Parish Magazine for 1890 - Ruth Illiffe • Viewpoint: Cirencester Parish Church tower from Cirencester Park - Linda & David Viner 

Newsletter 61 Autumn 2015 12pp A4

• Stories of the First War fallen • Timeline of First War Deaths

Newsletter 60 Autumn 2014 12pp A4

• Cirencester Commemorates 1914-18: Frank Webb (1894-1915) • Lecture reports for 2013-4 Season

Newsletter 59 April 2014 12pp A4

The Kings Head Hotel, Cirencester - A town Phoenix reborn - David Viner • Cirencester commemorates World War 1 - Linda Viner  Horses for the [WW1] War effort - WGStandard 1914 Herbert Norris (1859-1931) Antiquary, Collector and Benefactor - a Huntingdonshire man in Cirencester- David Viner  • Victoria County History - a Volume for Cirencester

Newsletter 58 August 2013 12pp A4

• Lecture Reports for 2012-3 season Filling the open spaces- Ashcroft, Brewery, Cotswold Garage and carparks -David Viner and Derek Porch  Cirencester Pubs through time - Philip Griffiths, Amberley 2013: book review

Newsletter 57 April 2013 2pp A4 

• The town’s war memorials - Our current project

Newsletter 56 August 2012 12pp A4

• Lecture reports for 2011-2 season Cirencester Photographers over the years - David Viner  • Indexing the Wilts & Glos Standard - Linda Viner • Cirencester verse remembered by John and Susan Taylor

Newsletter 55 April 2012 8pp A4

• Sidney Tovey of Cirencester’s adventures in America - Miguel Nogales • House histories- 40 Dollar Street and 50 Victoria Road - Liz Allister, Lynne Pardoe, Linda Viner Chesterville School - Richard Greener & Linda Viner  Was there an ‘aerodrome’ at Wiggold? Philip Griffiths  • Celebrating HM The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee

Newsletter 54 August 2011   8pp A4

• Lecture reports for 2010-11 season The Old House, Gloucester Street - Rosemary Burton [from Newsletter no. 10] A House and its owners, No. 33 Dyer Street - Marjorie Klitz [from Newsletter no.12]

Newsletter 53 April 2011  8pp A4

Cirencester: the interpretation of streams - Peter Broxton and Richard Reece

Newsletter 52:  July 2010  12pp A4

• Editorial • Lecture Reports 2009-10 season • Just the Ticket: Travel and transport in Cirencester by road canal and rail - Linda Viner Researching F W Constable of Cirencester and Fairford - David Viner

Newsletter 51:  April 2010 4pp A4

• The Society's publications at Gloucestershire Archives • Obituary: Alan McWhirr, Society President 1987-97 - David Viner • Annual Report

Publications

Newsletters 2010 -to date

One of the aims of the society is to publish information concerning the past of Cirencester and its environs. This has been achieved by publishing Newsletters containing short articles and, recently, short reports on talks held during the year (these latter now online). Longer studies have been published as the Miscellany series. All publications to up to last year have been lodged with the Gloucestershire Archives. They can be found by quoting reference D10989, and are open for research at the Archives. All publications can be found using the tabs above. We do have a small stock of back numbers of both Newsletters and Miscellany. If we have what you want, back issues of Newsletters are £3 each and of Miscellany are £5 from our editor. The Society is keen to have assistance for future publications. If you feel up to editing or even researching new material, our Editor will be pleased to hear from you. If you have an article suitable for publication in short form about some aspect of local history we may be able to help. Contact our editor
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