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Acton Trussell, Vol.44, 11-14
Airfields in Staffordshire,  Vol. 10, 62-65
Aldis, Marion & Inder, Pam,
          Body lining, braid, buttons-a Staffordshire  lady and her London dressmaker,  Vol. 25, 24-51
         "The second best beast or good" - the Heriot Custom of the Manor of Bradnop in the late 18th and 19th centuries, Vol.43, 3-17
Allen, John, Vol.46, 3-10;  Vol.47, 23-24
Andrews, Ann
       The Astons of Tixall Hall, Vol. 32, 5-13
Apprentices, parish,  Vol. 2, 32-35
Aqualate Hall,  Vol. 4, 40-51
Aston family, Vol.31, 14-16; Vol.32, 5-13
 
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Badnall, Joseph, Vol.47, 3-22
Baker, J.A.C., 
          The Pendrill Pension,  Vol. 20, 1-41
Barlaston Hall,  Vol. 1, 26-41
Barton-under-Needwood, Vol.38, 20-24
Basset, Sir William,  Vol. 16, 1-6
Bateman, James, plantation and garden designer,   Vol. 1, 4-17
Bates, Naomi,
          Food for thought: a Staffordshire cookery  book and its background,  Vol. 3, 1-6
Bayliss Anne,
          Thomas Sidney (1805-1889),  Vol. 9, 31-33
          Will of a plumber and glazier of Stafford, 1815,  Vol. 21, 10-11
         A Scarborough Connection,  Vol. 25, 52
Beaver, Chrostpher M, 
          Investigating postal history,  Vol. 7, 11-29
Bednall, A.W.,
          Settlement certificates recorded in Uttoxeter 1696-1818,   Vol. 3, 40-42
          Mohair and silk dyers in 18th and early 19th century Leek,  Vol. 8, 1-12
          The account ledgers of a Leek silk manufacturer: a problem solved?,  Vol. 12, 14-22
          Of  potteries and pots,  Vol. 26, 1-24
          The silk factory in Globe Yard, Vol. 27, 1-20
Biddulph Grange, Vol. 1, 4-17; Vol. 11, 44-45
Bielewicz, Julian
       Radmore: hermitage to king's house, Vol.34, 3-10
Blakeman, the Rev. W.J.,
          Nonconformity in Gnosall,  Vol. 1, 18-25
          The parish church of St Lawrence, Gnosall, Vol. 3, 7-10
Blore, Vol. 16, 1-6
Blymhill, Vol. 2, 32-35; Vol. 7, 5-11
Boscobel,  Vol. 20, 1-41; Vol. 25, 1-23
Bradley, Vol.44, 23-27
Bradnop, Vol.43, 3-17
Brass bands,  Vol. 16, 27-29
Brereton, Sir William,  Vol. 5, 24-41
Brewood,  Vol. 21, 7-9; Vol. 22, 18-23; Vol.44, 28-33
Brindley, James, Vol.32, 17-24
Brineton, Vol.44, 18-22
Brocton, Vol.44, 15-18
Brough family, Vol.39, 22-25; Vol.43, 18-23
Brough, William Spooner, Vol.43, 18-23
Brown, John Blamire,
          Church briefs,  Vol. 16, 18-26
       Families at Patshull Hall, Vol.45, 20-27
Brown Edge, Vol. 15, 15-18; Vol. 16, 27-29; Vol. 21, 18-21
Burslem,  Vol. 6, 25-27
Burton-on-Trent, Vol. 8, 12-21; Vol. 14, 28-40; Vol. 27, 20
Butcher, David,
          The computer and parish records,  Vol. 1, 18-25
          King's Bromley historians- the first ten years,  Vol. 10, 53-62
Buxton family, Vol. 14, 18-28
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Canals, Vol. 24, 19-21
Capp, Dr Bernard,
          Major General Thomas Harrison and his
          Fifth Monarchists,  Vol. 5, 14-25
Carlos, Colonel,  Vol. 25, 1-23
Castles, Vol. 5, 42-48; Vol. 11, 1-4
Chatwin, Alex,
          The Vernon Memorial,  Vol. 4, 62
          Coven 50 years ago,  Vol. 3, 60
          Gailey crossroads in the 1920s, Vol. 21, 17
          Nathaniel Neale Solly, Vol. 24, 28     
Cheadle, Vol. 19, 21-30
Church briefs, Vol. 16, 18-26; Vol. 25, 52
Circus history, Vol. 9, 7-21
Civil War period, Vol. 5, 14-41; Vol. 6, 1-10; Vol. 20, 1-41; Vol. 25, 1-23
Clayton, Philip,
          Codsall 1851 revisited, Vol. 12, 22-23
          Two Birmingham navigation basins, Vol. 24, 19-21
Clifton Campville, Vol. 10, 19-28
Codsall, Vol. 12, 22-33; Vol. 26, 33-42
Coven, Vol. 3, 60
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Darwin, Dr Erasmus, Vol. 3, 50-52
Dawson, Mike,
       The Swan-Ingram Connection, Vol.48, 3-27
       Looking for an Angel, Vol.49, 3-23
Domesday Book, Vol. 5, 1-14, 42-48
Dore, R.N.,
          Sir William Brereton of Handforth, Cheshire, and the
          Parliamentary war effort in Staffordshire,  Vol. 5, 24-41
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Eccleshall, Vol. 2, 18-23
Education history, Vol. 10, 29-52
Edwards, Ken,
           Rugeley Waterworks, Vol. 26, 25-32
Edwards, Mandy,
           General practice 1902-1932, Vol. 26, 33-42
Ellastone, Vol. 14, 18-28
Endonian Society,
          Thomas Ernest Hulme, 1883-1917, Vol. 1, 71
Enville, Vol. 2, 29-31; Vol. 12, 1-13
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Ferris, I.M.,
           Rocester Excavation Project 1986, Vol. 4, 26-39
         The building of the Bourne Methodist Chapel  in Rocester,       
          Vol. 9, 22-30
Fisher, Kitty,
          Life below stairs, Vol. 3, 11-15
Forsbrook, Vol. 1, 53-55
Four Ashes, postcard of the meet of the hunt there, Vol. 16, 33
Fowkes, Dudley,
           review of Biddulph Grange, Staffordshire-a Victorian garden
          rediscovered by Peter Hayden , Vol. 11, 44-45 
          Tudor Strettons, Vol. 14, 1-17
          T he Bourse family papers in the William Salt Library,
          review of The history of Harborne Hall  by Frances Wilmor,
          Vol. 15, 30       
          Brewood parish workhouse in 1779-1780, Vol. 21, 7-9         
          A practical guide to Staffordshire newspapers and where to
          find them, Vo. 23, 1-46
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Gailey, Vol. 27, 17
Gilleade, Ann,
          The Uttoxeter History Project, Vol. 1, 70
Gnosall, Vol. 1, 61-69; Vol. 3, 7-10
Gordon, Andrew,
          The Harrowby family and the villagers of Sandon, Vol. 17, 1-20
Gradbach, Vol. 10, 1-18
Grant, Diana,
          Bridging the gap, Vol. 22, 24-27
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Haden, H. Jack,
         Nineteenth century Enville and a notable  cricket match,       
           Vol. 2, 29-31
          In memory of St. Catherine and St. Clement: some variations
          on an old theme, Vol. 12, 1-13         
          commentary on Aspects of the Black Country:  Black Country
         Social and Economic History, by C.J.L. Elwell, Vol. 14, 40-46
Hampartumian, Jane,
          review of A social history of Yoxall in the sixteenth  and
         seventeenth centuries, ed. by Denis Stuart, Vol. 13, 23-24
Hansford, Janice,
          "God speed the plough" - the story of Windhill, Vol. 3, 43-49
Harborne Hall, Vol. 15, 30
Harley, Michael,
          An Infamous Anon., Vol. 2, 36-40
Harrison, Major-General Thomas, Vol. 5, 14-23
Harrowby, Earls of, Vol. 17, 1-20
Haunton, Vol. 10, 19-28
Hawke-Smith, Cameron,
          A note on the Wedgewood  Burslem estates, Vol. 6, 25-27
Hayden, Peter,
          James Bateman, plantsman and garden designer, Vol. 1, 4-17
          The housekeeping records of Elizabeth Jervis,
          Part 1, Vol. 4, 1-12; Part 2, Vol. 5, 49-57
Hewitt, Tony,
          Transformers, market stalls and Wellington, Vol. 10, 63-65
Hind, Ann,      
          The diary of John Plant, 1849-1853, Vol. 8, 22-29   
Hodder, M.A.,
          Sandwell Priory and its medieval landscape, Vol. 4, 52-61  
Hodgetts, Michael,
          The archdiocese of Birmingham  Historical Commission,
         Vol. 4, 22-25
Holcroft, Thomas, Vol. 11, 5-13
Holloway, John,
          A nineteenth century sporting enterprise: the Pains Lane
          Story, Vol. 6, 28
Homoepathy, Vol. 24, 22-27
Hopton Heath, Vol. 6, 1-10
Horse racing, Vol. 6, 28
Horovitz, David,
          Giffard's Cross and the panther rescue: fact or fantasy?,
          Vol. 22, 18-23
          Colonel Carlos the other man in the Royal Oak, Vol. 25, 1-23
House of correction, Vol.13, 1-6; Vol.15, 1-14; Vol.18, 1-13; Vol.22, 1-17
Howitt, Mary, Vol. 15, 19-28
Hulme, Thomas Ernest, 1883-1917, Vol. 1, 78
Hunting, Vol. 16, 33
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Inder, Pam, and Aldis, Marion,
          Body lining, braid, bones and buttons - a Staffordshire lady
           and her London dressmaker, Vol. 25, 24-51
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Jacques, Anne,
          Law and order in Eccleshall's past, Vol. 2, 18-23
          The Wardle-Morris Connectuion, Vol. 8, 36-49
James, Frank, (of Walsall), 1821-1924, Vol. 2, 24-28
Jervis Elizabeth, Vol. 4, 1-12; Vol. 5, 49-57
Jervis, John, Vol. 2, 16-17
Johnson, Margaret,
         Shufflebottom: a family business in Cheadle, Vol. 19, 21-30
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Kilburn, Terrance,
          The West Bromwich Theatre 1875-1900, Vol. 6, 11-24
          Drinking, gambling and illegal leisure activities in Victorian
          West Bromwich, Vol. 12, 34-51
King's Bromley, Vol. 10, 53-62
Knight, Randle,
          The Rev. Thomas Loxdale, Vol. 13, 6-14
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Lapley, Vol. 10, 29-52; Vol. 11, 13-44
Lead, Peter (with Mary Weate),
          A few of the old families of Lapley and Wheaton Aston,
          Vol. 11, 13-44
Leek, Vol. 8, 1-12; Vol. 12, 14-22; Vol. 27, 1-19
Longdon, Vol. 1, 46-52
Loxdale, The rev. Thomas, Vol. 13, 6-14
Lud's Church, Vol. 10, 1-18
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McLean, John Robinson, Vol. 8, 29-36
Marchington, Vol. 7, 1-5
Mayer, D.V.,
          Notes on the de Mere family of feudal North Staffordshire
          Vol. 21, 13-21
          Wulfric Spot's "Northtune": a case for Norton-in-the-Moors
          Vol. 24, 1-5
Medical history, Vol. 24, 22-27; Vol. 26, 33-42
Meeson, Bob,
          Vernacular Staffordshire, Vol. 4, 13-21
Mere (Mayers) family, Vol. 21, 1-6; Vol. 24, 1-5
Methodist history, Vol. 9, 22-30
Middleton, T.C.,
          The caves and chasms of Lud's Church, Gradbach,
         Staffordshire, Vo;. 10, 1-18
Morgan, Philip,
          The Domesday castles of Staffordshire, Vol. 5, 42-48
Morrell, Peter,
          Homoepathy in North Staffordshire 1850-1950, Vol. 24, 22-27
Morris, William, Vol. 8, 36-49
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Nash, John, architect, Vol. 4, 40-51
Needham, J.,
          The manor of Clifton Campville and Haunton, 1673-1685    
          Vol. 10, 19-28
Newspapers, Vol. 23, 1-46
Norton-in-the-Moors, Vol. 24, 1-5
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Oakamoor, Vol. 22, 24-27
O'Sullivan, Margaret,
          A soldier's life, Vol. 1, 42-45
Owen, Anne E.,
          Blymhill parish apprentices, Vol. 2, 32-35
          The select vestry at Blymhill, Vol. 7, 5-11
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Pendrill family, Vol. 20, 1-41
Penkridge
       The Swan-Ingram Connection, Vol.48, 3-27
       Looking for an Angel, Vol.49, 3-23
Piper, Maureen,
         Longdon History Show, Vol. 1, 46-52
Plant, John of Hazlewood, Vol. 8, 22-29
Pointon, Alan,
          Brass bands in Brown Edge, Vol. 16, 27-29
          Mid nineteenth century Brown Edge, Vol. 15, 15-18
          Brown Edge in the Second World War, Vol. 21, 18-21
Poor law history, Vol. 2, 32-35; Vol. 7, 5-11; Vol. 21, 7-9
Postal history, Vol. 7, 11-29
Pottery industry, Vol. 7, 11-29 (sic)
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Robinson, David,
          review of The Victoria History of the County of Stafford - Vol.
          XIV - Lichfield ed. M.W. Greenslade, Vol. 16, 30-32
Rogers, Joan,
          The Staffordshire Receiver's accounts for repairs to Stafford
          Castle for the years 1441-1443, Vol 11, 1-4
Rogers, Madge,
          The Rev. Robert Essington and the new church at Shenstone
          Vol. 21, 12-16
Roman period, Vol. 4, 26-39
Rugeley, Vol. 26, 25-32
Rumble, Dr A.R.,
          What is Domesday Book?, Vol. 5, 1-13
Rural clergy, Vol. 16, 7-17
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Sandon, Vol 17, 1-20
Sandwell Priory, Vol. 4, 52-61
Shenstone, Vol. 21, 12-16
Silk industry, Vol. 8, 1-12; 36-49; Vol. 27, 1-19
Simpson, J.E.,
         John Jervis: a forgotten naval hero, Vol. 2, 1-19         
Slaughter, Lynda M.,
         Farming and land ownership in Forsbrook in 1841, Vol. 1, 53-55
Smethwick, Vol. 24, 19-21
Sneyd family, Vol. 25, 24-51
Solly, Nathaniel Neale, Vol. 24, 28
Sowerby, Geoffrey,
          Old theatre days in Burton-on-Trent, Vol.8, 12-21; Vol.14, 28-40
          A village wheelwright, Vol. 24, 15-18
Stafford, Vol. 2, 11-15; Vol. 3, 16-39; Vol. 11, 1-4; Vol. 13, 14-22;
           Vol. 18, 1-3; Vol. 19, 5-19; Vol. 21, 10-11
Stafford Castle, Vol. 2, 2-11; Vol. 11, 1-4
Stafford Prison, Vol. 3, 16-39; Vol. 18, 1-13; Vol. 19, 5-19
Staffordshire Historic Buildings Trust, Vol. 1, 56-60
Standley, A.J.,
          The chaplaincy of Stafford Prison, Vol. 3, 16-39
          The Uttoxeter House of Correction 1627-1643, Vol. 13, 1-6
          The Staffordshire House of Correction 1649-1783,
          Vol. 15, 1-14; 1783-1793, Vol. 18, 1-13
          Stafford Gaol and House of Correction 1783-1993, Vol. 19, 5-19
          The Walsall House of Correction, Vol. 22, 10-17
Stapenhall, Vol. 24, 15-18
Stretton (Burton-on-Trent), Vol. 14, 1-17
Stringer, John,
          Thomas Holcroft, Vol. 11, 5-13 
Sutton, John,
          The Battle of Hopton Heath, Vol. 6, 1-10
Swincoe, David and Martine,
          The life and times of Sir William Basset of Bloore,       
          1493-1553   Vol. 16, 1-6
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Temple, Dr Nigel,
          Pages from an architect's notebook: John Nash: some new
          light on Aqualate Hall, Vol. 4, 40-51
Theatres, Vol 6, 11-24; Vol. 8, 12-21; Vol. 14, 28-40
Timber felling, Vol. 18, 15-24
Tipple, Rupert,
          The Buxtons of Ellastone - Victorian migrants to New Zealand,
          Vol. 14, 18-28
Trentham, Vol. 24, 6-14
Turner, John M.,
         Hengler's Circus and Victorian Staffordshire, Vol. 9, 7-21
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Uttoxeter, Vol. 1, 70; Vol. 3, 40-42; Vol. 13, 1-6
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Van Leerzem, J., (with B.J. Williams)
          Frank James, D.L.,J.P., of Walsall, 1821-1924, Vol. 2, 24-28
Vernon family, Vol. 4, 62
Vincent-Kemp, Dr Ruth,
         Erasmus Darwin of Staffordshire, Vol. 3, 50-52
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Walsall, Vol. 22, 1-17
Wardle, Sir Thomas, Vol. 8, 36-49
Water industry, Vol. 26, 25-32
Weate, Mary,
          Recollections of bygone days, Vol. 2, 1-6    
          Provisions for schooling in Lapley and Wheaton Aston,
          Vol. 10, 29-52
          (with Peter Lead) A few of the old families of Lapley and
          Wheaton Aston, Vool. 11, 13-44
          The timber fellers of Wheaton Aston, Vol. 18, 15-24' Vol. 19, 1-4
West Bromwich, Vol. 6, 11-24; Vol. 12, 34-51
Wheaton Aston, Vol. 2, 1-6; Vol. 10, 29-52; Vol.11, 13-44;
          Vol.18, 15-24; Vol. 19, 1-4      
Wheelwrights, Vol. 24, 15-18         
White, Hilary,
          Stafford Castle Project, Vol. 2, 11-15
Williams B.J.  (with J. Van Leerzem)
          Frank James, D.L., J.P., of Walsall,
          1821-1924, Vol. 2, 24-28
          John Robinson Mclean, Vol. 6, 29-36
Williams, Cyril,
          The Staffordshire General Infirmary, Vol. 9, 1-6; Vol. 14, 14-22
Winshill, Vol. 3, 43-49
Wisker, Richard,
          The first Trentham Hall, Vol. 24, 6-14
Woolley, Peter,
          Notes on Add. Ms. 3911 in Cambridge university Library
          Vol. 7, 1-5
          Some views on the rural Staffordshire priest as perceived from
          the evidence of wills, 1534-1650, Vol. 16, 7-17
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Yoxall, Vol. 13, 23-24