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Bob Trubshaw, How to Write and Publish Local and Family History Successfully, Heart of Albion 2005; available as a free PDF.
Bob Trubshaw, Sacred Places: Prehistory and popular imagination, Heart of Albion 2005; available as a free PDF.
Bob Trubshaw, 'Charnwood slates in Northamptonshire', Hindsight No.17 (2011).
Bob Trubshaw, 'Ruminations from Elsewhere Part 6: The queens of the valleys', Northern Earth No.153 (2018) p9–11.
John Harold Worley, Asfordby 1909–1922: Memories of a Leicestershire village, Heart of Albion 1993.
Web sitesNational Heritage List for England and the Lincolnshire Heritage Environment Record
Wikipedia entry for All Saint's Barrowby (contains several errors)
A very nerdy footnote
Although I have based many of these web pages on the researches of L.R. Cryer, I have not been able to disccover any biographical information about him. Not even his first names.
All I've been able to establish is that he wrote three other books or booklets:
I suspect that he moved from Essex to Barrowby in the 1970s, then to Caythorpe, and afterwards to Skillington. But alternative scenarios are possible.
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Articles about BarrowbyBarrowby's location and geology
Seventeenth and eighteenth centuries
Articles and web links for nearby places
rare seventeenth fonts at Muston, Bottesford and Orston from Project Gargoyle Newsletter 2020
Ironstone quarries of Leicestershire
The Grantham Canal
Croxton Kerrial manor house excavations