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Monkton Farleigh Bibliography

Monkton Farleigh, Bradford on Avon, Wiltshire

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Rose Cottage, Monkton Farleigh

 

WAM in some entries in the following list stands for the Wiltshire Archaeological & Natural History Magazine volumes

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Canham, Roy 2014. A land through time: a lidar survey of a part of the Bradford Hundred. Bradford on Avon Museum booklet.

Carradice, I.A. 1984.  Monkton Farleigh, Wilts: 3466 antoniani to 286. in Burnett, A.M. (ed), Coin hoards from Roman Britain. British Museum Occasional Paper no. 54, pp. 61-88.

Falconer, Jonathon 2009. Names in Stone: forgotten warriors of Bradford-on-Avon and district 1939-1945. Bed & Bolster.

Falconer, Jonathon 2010. Names in Stone: forgotten warriors of Bradford-on-Avon and district 1914-1918. Bed & Bolster.

Gardner, J.W. 1986. A hand-axe from Farleigh Down, Bath [sic]. Proceedings of the Somerset Archaeological & Natural History Society, vol. 130, p. 163.

Geddes, Isobel 2003. Hidden Depths: Wiltshire’s geology and landscapes.

Green, Gilbert W. & Donovan, Desmond T. 1969. The Great Oolite of the area around Bath. Bulletin of the Geological Survey.

Hawkins, Derek 2011. Bath stone quarries.

Hobhouse, Sir Charles 1881. Some account of the parish of Monkton Farleigh. WAM 20, pp. 66-223.

Jackson, Canon J.E 1858. The history of the Priory of Monkton Farley. WAM 4, pp. 267-284.

McCamley, Nick 1998. Secret Underground cities.

McCamley, Nick 2010. Second world war secret bunkers.

Monkton Farleigh Women’s Institute 1956, 2012. Our village: Monkton Farleigh and Farleigh Wick.

Pafford, J.H.P. 1952. Bradford on Avon: the Saxon boundaries in Ethelred’s charter of 1001 AD. WAM 54. pp. 210-18, 372.

Payne, Crystal 2015. The true story of Sally in the Wood.

Price, Liz 1984. Bath freestone workings.

Pugh, R.B. and Crittall, Elizabeth (eds.) 1953. A history of the County of Wiltshire, Vol. VII. Victoria County History.

Tratman, E.K. 1973. Flint implements from the Bath Downs. University of Bath Spelaeological Society, vol. 13, part 2.

Underwood, Guy 1945. Early British settlement at Farleigh Wick and Conkwell. WAM 51, pp. 440-452.

Histories of the neighbouring parish of Bathford in Somerset also make passing reference to Monkton Farleigh.