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COLLECTIONS FOR A HISTORY OF STAFFORDSHIRE,
The Staffordshire Record Society was founded, as the William Salt Archaeological Society, in 1879, and it published the first volume of its Collections for a History of Staffordshire in 1880. The Society took its present name in 1936. Its Collections have been generally, although not exclusively, devoted to the publication of historical records of all kinds relating to the history of the county.

 

FIRST SERIES 1880-97

Vol. 1 1880

          The Staffordshire Pipe Rolls, of 31 Hen. I (AD 1130) and 
          of  I to 35 Hen. II (1155-1189); the Latin Texts   
          extetended  and Notes.  Revd. R.W. Eyton.  

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          The Liber Niger Scaccarii Staffordscira, or Feodary of AD 
          1166, with Notes added.  Colonel the Honourable G. 
          Wrottesley.
          Notes on the Fitz Alan Fees and those of Feudatories 
          holding land in Staffordshire, A.D. 1166 who made no 
          return.  Revd. R.W. Eyton.

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          The Register of Roger de Norbury, Bishop Lichfield & 
          Coventry from A.D. 1322 to A.D. 1358.  An Abstract of 
          Contents & Remarks.  Right Revd.Bishop Hobhouse.

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          The History of the Parish of Blymhill.  Part 1.  Honourable 
          & Reverend George Bridgeman

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UNDER CONSTRUCTION.  <staffshistory> would appreciate hearing from those who possess, or have access to,  the intermediate volumes of this series.  Please email details (year, volume, list of titles with authors) to Julian Bielewicz.

 

 Fourth  Series 
Vol. 19,  20001
Staffordshire Histories.  Essays in Honour of Michael Greenslade.
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          Leek Before the Conquest.  Nigel Tringham

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          The Architecture and Romanesque Sculpture of Tutbury
          Priory.  Jenifer S. Alexander & James F. King.

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          A Medieval Styaffordshire Fraternity: The Guild of St John
          the Baptist, Walsall.  R.N. Swanson.

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          "Behaving Badly": Lichfield Women in the Later Middle 
          Ages.  Ann J. Kettle

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          Adbaston Churchwardens' Accounts, 1478-1488.  Philip
          Morgan.

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          Fire on the Chase: Rural Riots in Sixteenth Century
          Staffordshire. Christopher Harrison.

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          Loyalty and a 'Good Conscience': The Defection of William,
          Fifth baron Paget, June 1642.  John Sutton.

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          Service of truth: Quaker Poor Relief in Staffordshire to the
          mid-Eighteenth Century.  Denis Stuart.

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          'The man from Shropshire'.  G.C. Bough.

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          Dicken at Stafford, April 1852.  Douglas Johnson.

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          Childhood and Sudden Death in Staffordshire, 1851 and

          1860.  Pamela A. Sambrook.

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          Revisiting a Golden Age: Agricultural land Use and
          Cropping in Staffordshire, 1840-1870.  A.D.M. Phillips.

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          Index.  C.R.J. Currie.

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1.  A printer/publisher error has the volume attributed to the previous year, 1999.  D.A. Johnson (pers. comm.).