Records of Bucks

The societies journal -Records of Bucks – is published in May every year, when every member of the Society receives a free copy. Copies also go on public sale. The 2020 volume is printed but distribution is delayed to some areas because of the current restrictions on movement.
If you are not a member why not buy a copy of this years edition through our online ordering. Or consider joining BAS as a member and getting a free copy

Records of Bucks cover showing Bierton Vicarage.

351 pages. 24cm X 19cm
Profusely illustrated in colour.
£18.50 incl. postage (UK only) .

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This edition has wide range of subjects including:

  • Investigation of an Iron Age and Roman site at Aston Clinton
  • Exploration of a Romano-British settlement at Sarratt Bottom
  • The early history of Bledlow church.
  • A study of the changes within medieval Quarrendon.
  • The use of LIDAR at Tylers Green.
  • The story of 17th C. Martha Jones.
  • The Newport Pagnell canal.
  • Recent research work by the Bucks Garden Trust.

In addition to the main articles, there are also brief notes on a comparable range of topics.

There are also book reviews, including, a new dictionary of field names; and “Stoke Mandeville Wills and Inventories”.

Added to all this, there are the annual reports from Society officers, the County Museum, Centre for Bucks Studies and the planning archaeologists in Aylesbury and Milton Keynes.

How to find Record of Bucks articles

The journal has now been published for more than 150 years and includes a wealth of information on Buckinghamshire’s past. There is a searchable index and an articles index available. The Society has an ongoing program to make these publications available on line. Currently Scanned volumes here.

Print copies of Records of Bucks can be consulted at the Society’s Library at the County Museum on a Wednesday. Copies are also held at certain of the County Libraries and at the Center For Bucks Studies at County Hall. Please check for availability and opening times before making any journey.

Some back volumes are available for sale.

Much more detail on the background and how to contribute are available on our archive site  

Rob Test

 

 

 

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