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The Wolds Historian No. 1 2004

The Wolds Historian No. 2 2005

The Wolds Historian No. 3 2006

The Wolds Historian No. 4 2008


Contents for The Wolds Historian No. 1 2004

Pugin and the windows of St Mary's Church, Wymeswold

Lost mileposts

All mod cons... public utilities in Burton

Charnwood Forest Railway

Simon Packe: soldier and composer

Hathernware

A photograph of Wymeswold choir taken about 1955–8

The things folk from round 'ere say...

The Siamese twins

Back Lane, Hoton

Chairman's report

Thorpe in the Glebe

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Contents for The Wolds Historian No. 2 2005

Chairman's report 2005

'Boys will be boys'

Journey's End!

Cotes Juxta Lughborowe

Whatever happened to the Skipwiths of Prestwold and Cotes?

Anyone seen great-great-grandad?

Wymeswold's ghosts

Hoton warning beacon

War graves in Burton

Looking in detail at the ancient Wolds

Thorpe in the Glebe

Advertisement for the enclosure of Hoton

The Wymeswold skull

Wymeswold Church choir 1955 to 1958

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Contents for The Wolds Historian No. 3 2006

Chairman's report 2006

The airfield in our midst

Polish camp revisited

Wold's wells

Village life in nineteenth century Hoton

Will of Joan Groves of Wymeswold

Burton's heritage lost in 2006

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Contents for The Wolds Historian No. 4 2008

Chairman's report

'A dozen of oysters and rice pudding for one…?' The account book of Charles William Packe

Wysall's 'Wise Boy'

Samuel and his daughters

The restoration of St Mary's, 1955–9 Rev Henry Alford while at Wymeswold

Philip Brown – Wymeswold's cricket legend

The planning of Wymeswold

George Kendall of Hoton

Wysall Lane, Wymeswold

The Packe Arms at Hoton

Feedback on 'The Airfield in our Midst'

The Greyhound Inn at Burton on the Wolds

'Well leaped, Lumley!'

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