Records of Bucks 2020 Vol 60
The contents are:
Late Bronze Age settlement, Romano-British enclosures and industrial activity at Denham Park Farm. – Andrew S Newton.
A late Iron Age and Roman settlement on land at College Road, Aston Clinton. – Carol Simmonds.
Exploration of a Romano-British settlement at Sarratt Bottom. – Yvonne Edwards, Marion Wells and John Gover.
Holy Trinity Church, Bledlow: origins, context and early development. – Daniel Secker
Medieval Quarrendon: the people, the place and population change. – Dr Garry Marshall.
Archaeological investigations at Chandlers Hill, Iver Heath. – Andrew Hood and Paul Blinkhorn.
The fields of Kings Wood, Tylers Green: recent evidence from LiDAR scanning. – Miles Green.
Excavations of the former brewery site, High Street, Marlow. – David Bonner and Jonathan Parkhouse.
Martha Janes (1601-1687), an Earl’s mistress. – David Noy.
Great Linford Wharf and the Newport Pagnell Canal. – Bob Zeepvat.
The Buckinghamshire Gardens Trust Research and Recording Project 2018-19. – Sarah Rutherford.
ARCHAEOLOGICAL NOTES – edited by Bob Zeepvat:
Archaeological excavations at Park Farm, Church Lane, Aston Clinton 2018. Peter Boyer; The Buckinghamshire Gardens Trust: Artists’ gardens project 2019. Claire de Carle
REVIEWS: A new dictionary of English field names, by Paul Cavill. Nigel Robert Wilson; Stoke Mandeville Wills and Inventories, edited by Honor Lewington. David J Critchley
The Society in 2019: Honorary Secretary’s report, The Library, Website and publications; Buckinghamshire County Museum Trust; Centre for Buckinghamshire Studies; County Archaeology Service; Conservation and Archaeology in Milton Keynes 2018.