English Local History Theses and Dissertations

English Local History MA Dissertations 1965-2020

English Local History MPhil Theses 1977-2019

English Local History PhD Theses 1948-2020

124 PhD theses are digitised via the University Library here https://elhleics.omeka.net/

English Local History Theses and Dissertations

DateAuthorTitleAward
Prizes
1993ADAMS, J.S. Crisis in Crippledom: some aspects of the history of the Rowley Bristow Orthopaedic Hospital, Pyrford, Surrey, 1908-1962.M.A.
2002


ADAMS, John StephenThe politics and administration of financial support for the elderly, with special reference to Northamptonshire, 1900-1948.M.Phil.
1992ADAMS, N.C. The local Coventry society as revealed by five autobiographies.M.A.
1998ALDERSON, J. A study of the landscape and population of the parish of Coleorton in north-west Leicestershire.M.A.
1992ALDIS, M. One man’s Nuneaton, 1810-1854.M.A.
1972ALDRED, D.H. Poor relief in Winchcombe, Gloucestershire 1800-1851.M.A.
1991ALI, L.S. The social and economic history of the Hope valley from the mid- to the late-nineteenth century.M.A.
2000ALLAN, Elizabeth
A Cambridgeshire parish – Bassingbourn, 1487-1557: observations on the context and practice of piety.M.A.
2012ALLAN, Elizabeth
Chepyng Walden / Saffron Walden, 1439-1490: a small town.Ph.D.
1969ALLAN, J.D. Pickering: the community of a Yorkshire market town in the nineteenth century.M.A.
2014ALLEY WILBUR, E. A humble petition: Lancashire war widows, 1642-1679. M.A.
1970AMBROSE, G.R. The administration of the Old Poor Law in Wells from 1776.M.A.
1987ANDREW, AlisonThe working class and education in Preston, 1830-1870.Ph.D.
1996ANDREWS, K. World War II: its effect on the work of working-class women in Boston, Lincolnshire.M.A.
1986ARNOLD, B. The saints' dedications of Somerset.M.A.
2000AUCOTT, P.J. Economic and social developments in South-East Leicestershire in late Middle Ages – the formation of a region around a developing town (Market Harborough).M.A.
1993AUSTIN, J.P. The trees and woodlands of the Cecils.M.A.
1988AUTTON, A.P. The forgotten boroughs of Devon: a study of the structure and composition of the village boroughs of Bow, Colyford, Newton Poppleford and South Zeal during the nineteenth century.M.A.
2000AYRES, M. Beyond the rural idyll: housing Dorset’s labouring poor in the early nineteenth century.M.A.
1995BABINGTON, I. The hand-made nail industry of the Black Country: a study of an occupational culture.M.A.
1999BADCOCK, M. Landownership, rents and tenures on Dartmoor, 1840-1910.M.A.
2016

BAGNAS, ValerieA micro-history of the poor relief response to crisis and dearth: Quainton, 1796-1804.
M.Phil.
2015BAILEY, IanUnifiers and dividers in a North Staffordshire parish: Audley, 1840-1939.Ph.D.
2004BAILEY, M. The effects of industry on the “close” village model.M.A.
1989BAINBRIDGE, J. The social and cultural life of Great Malvern in 1871.M.A.
2009BARBOUR, R Gundogs in nineteenth-century Warwickshire: a guide to social change.M.A.
1986BARKER, A. Insular farms and muddy lanes: pre-conquest and medieval settlement on the Culm Measures of Devon.M.A.
1976BARROW, V. The regio of the Sunningas: an early Saxon tribal area in the mid-Thames valley.M.A.
1999BARRY, P. J. S. Reconstructing the pre-enclosure social and topographic conditions of a Breckland village: Roudham.M.A.
1997BATEMAN, J. Those who fought, those who prayed, those who worked: the secular clergy and laity in the archdeaconry of Northampton in the late Middle Ages.M.A.
1994BATES, D. Industrial location: cotton spinning in Northampton – a case study.M.A.
1997BATES, W The churches’ mission in south Derbyshire and north-west Leicestershire, 1901-1911.M.A.
2020


BATMAN, PhilA comparison of kinship family survival in York and in the nineteenth century.Ph.D.
2018BEALE, StewartThe experience of war widows during and after the British civil wars, with particular reference to the Midlands.Ph.D.
2012BEARDMORE, Carol The rural community through the eyes of the land-agent.M.A. (ISS)
2014BEARDMORE, CarolThe rural community through the eyes of the land agent on the Marquis of Anglesey’s Dorset and Somerset estate: William Castleman and his sons, c.1812-1854.Ph.D.
1994BENNETT, C.I. A devouring nostalgia and an infinite repulsion: the impact of D.H. Lawrence on the town and country of Eastwood.M.A.
1994BENNETT, J. The ecclesiastical topography of the Fenland: the Anglo-Saxon period.M.A.
1987BERRY, Anthony John RichardNorthampton: a study of town expansion, political structures and processes.Ph.D.
1977BERRYMAN, P.A. The manufacturing crafts in York, 1740-1784.M.A.
1995


BHATT, JenniferMargaret Miller and the campaign for the right of the married woman to earn.M.Phil.
1973BIGMORE, Peter G.Suffolk settlement: a study in continuity.Ph.D.
1992BIRD, S.C. Watlington, 1660-1740: a market town?M.A.
2019


BLACKLAWS, NicolaThe twentieth-century Poor Law in the midlands and Wales, 1900-1930.Ph.D.
2017BLAKE, MatthewStories from the edge: creating an identity in early Medieval north-west Staffordshire.Ph.D.
2013BLAND, J. The impact of a coal mine on a small Warwickshire agricultural community: the creation of a hybrid society.M.A.
1979BOASE, S. The Leicester pleasure fairs in Humberstone Gate, 1837-1904.M.A.
1976BONE, R.D. The inns of Leicester in the reign of George III, 1760-1820.M.A.
1985BONE, RogerThe inns of Nottingham, Derby and Leicester, 1720-1820.M.Phil.
2013BONNETTE-ANDERSON, DeniseThe social implications of church seating in Buckinghamshire.M.A. (ISS)
2019BONNETTE-ANDERSON, DeniseThe culture of Anglican Church redundancy: Leicestershire and Lincolnshire, 1945-1995.Ph.D.
1981BONSALL, M. The land tax evidence for south Derbyshire in 1793-1830.M.A.
1981BOURNE, J.M. Kingstons and cyninges tuns.M.A.
2019BOURNE, S. Bolton, parish conflict and the legacy of the English Revolution, 1640-1680.M.A.
1977BOWEN, P. The inns and public houses of Birmingham, 1767-1812.M.A.
1983BOWER, J. The congregation of the Dover General Baptist Church, 1660-1700. M.A.
2000BOWES, A. G. G Landscapes in Nottinghamshire: a study of four villages and their historic landscape characterisation.M.A.
1995BOWMAN, P.Settlement, territory and land use in the East Midlands: the Langton hundred, c. 150 B.C. - c. A.D. 1350.Ph.D.
1997BRADY, R.L. A comparison of attitudes towards domestic service in England during the Victorian period and the early to mid-twentieth century.M.A.
2009BRAMMER, B.The Holland Fen: social and topographical changes in a Fenland environment, 1750-1945.Ph.D.
1984BRANDWOOD, Geoffrey K.Church building and restoration in Leicestershire, 1800-1914.Ph.D.
2001BREWIN, M. The eighteenth-century English urban renaissance and its effects on three market towns of Leicestershire.M.A.
2018BRIDGER, KatieLandscape, environment and gentry identity in late medieval Leicestershire.Ph.D.
1983BRINDLE, P. R.Politics and society in Northamptonshire, 1649-1714.Ph.D.
1976BRITTON, C.J. Thornbury, 1841-1851: a study of a small market town in Gloucestershire.M.A.
1992BROOKER, J. Prosperity and decline in fourteenth-century Hertfordshire: an evaluation of commerce, mobility and wealth distribution.M.A.
2020BROOKES, J.Shaping Worfield: lordly avarice, neighbourhood watch or wider forces: social change in rural Shropshire, 1440-1660.M.A.
1995BROWN, E. Leicester Mechanics’ Institute, 1833-1870: studied in its local and national context.M.A.
2002BROWN, ElaineWorking-class education and illiteracy in Leicester, 1780-1870.Ph.D.
1986BROWN, G.P. Population and mobility: a study using marriage registers of the Leicester and Nottinghamshire borders during the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.M.A.
2012BROWN, GrahamStanley Abbey and its estates, 1150- c.1640.Ph.D.
1995BROWN, J. The nineteenth century industrialization of a primary market town: Grantham, Lincolnshire.M.A.
1994BROWN, J.L. South Highfields, Leicester: the evolution of a suburb, 1891-1991.M.A.
2017BROWN, L. Power, charity and brotherly love: local government and society in two Essex towns: Thaxted and Braintree, 1580-1660.M.A.
1995BROWN, Margery EllenAspects of parliamentary enclosure in Nottinghamshire.Ph.D.
2012BROWNESS, S. Witnesses to change: early domestic travel writing in the Fens.M.A.
2014BRUETON, AnnaIllegitimacy in south and south-west Wales in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.Ph.D.
2019BRYCELAND, M. The new village of South Wigston, 1880-1910: the place, the people and the communities.M.A.
1999BUCKHAM, P.E. Representations of artisans from the eighteenth to the early twentieth century.M.A.
1970BULLEN, S.C. The cultural life of Preston, 1742-1842.M.A.
1994BURNS, H. Aspects of the Portsmouth area in fiction from 1814.M.A.
2002BURNS, S. The socio-economic history of a south-west Leicestershire village: Leire, 1870-1945.M.A.
1999BURRELL, K. Identity and integration: a study of the Polish community in Leicester.M.A.
1986BURT, J. Northamptonshire gardens and parks, 1660-1825.M.A.
2007BUSBY, M. Leicestershire settlements through the late fourteenth-century poll tax records – urban or rural?M.A.
2015BUTLER, A. Leicester’s cultural catastrophe: an investigation into the complete closure of Leicester’s professional theatres in the 1950s.M.A.
1976BUTLER, S.P. Contrasting rural communities in mid-nineteenth century Leicestershire.M.A.
2008BUTTREY, P. Quiet and orderly: the administration, placement and treatment of pauper lunatics in Croydon from 1875 to 1914.M.A.
1983CAFFYN, S.J. Land tenure and social structure in nineteenth-century Newick.M.A.
1980CAHILL, N.J. Conquest and colonisation on the Isle of Wight: the effects of the island’s strategic importance on early medieval organisation and settlement.M.A.
2008CAMBERS, C. Water, shelter and centricity: were post-enclosure farmers persuaded?M.A.
1994CAMERON, J. The lives of female vagrants in the casual ward of St Mary’s workhouse, Nottingham, April 1899-1900.M.A.
2007CAMPBELL, DrewThe local politics of improvement: debating the Ashby canal, 1781-1794.M.A.
2013CAMPBELL, DrewThe politics of canal construction: the Ashby canal, 1781-1804.Ph.D.
2007


CARLTON, AnnThe political culture of Boston, 1540-1640.M.Phil.
1999CARPENTER, C. Rural transformation: cause and effect in the landscape evolution of Churchill and Blakedown since 1850.M.A.
1994CARPENTER, Rebecca MayPeasants and stockingers: socio-economic change in Guthlaxton Hundred, Leicestershire, 1700-1851.Ph.D.
1999CARR, J-P. The working world: Irchester in Northamptonshire, 1841-1891.M.A.
1988CARTER, Mary PatriciaAn urban society and its hinterland: St Ives in the seventeenth and early eighteenth centuries.Ph.D.
1973CARTER, R.A. Aspects of the economic history of Kirkburton (Yorkshire) in the nineteenth century.M.A.
2006CARTER, S. Leicestershire mercers, 1660-1710.M.A.
2002CASSON, P. Churches and ritual landscapes in the Sparkenhoe hundred of Leicestershire.M.A.
2013CAWS, S. Continuity or change? The Isle of Wight and the Agricultural Revolution, 1750-1850.M.A.
2012CHARLESWORTH, D. The development of the churches and their landscapes in northwest Gloucestershire, 1000-1300.M.A.
1989CHRISTMAS, Evelyn A.The growth of Gloucester, 1820-1851: tradition and innovation in a county town.Ph.D.
1997CLARKE, J.S. Turnpike roads in Shropshire: part of the development of communications in the West Midlands.M.A.
1987CLIFFORD, M.C.S. Fifteen Leicestershire villages: a study of their morphology and location.M.A.
1985COLTMAN, S.F. The role of decayed minor market towns in the mid-Victorian countryside: two Oxfordshire examples, Hook Norton and Charlbury.M.A.
1993COOPER, A. Patterns of nonconformity and social change in nineteenthcentury Cardiganshire.M.A.
1968COOPER, A.W. Newark, 1830-1901.M.A.
2004COOPER, J. A study of limestone quarrying in Ketton, Rutland: the influence of the industry during the middle of the late nineteenth century on the village and its community, taking in both the landscape and cultural aspects.M.A.
2005COOPER, K. Out-migration from the land, 1850-1912: Cardiganshire.M.A.
1995COOPER, N. The church in Anglo-Saxon Northumberland.M.A.
1983COOPER, T.D.C. Enclosure and the creation of isolated farmsteads in Rutland, 1781-1887.M.A.
1982CORCOS, N. J. Shapwick: the enclosure of a Somerset parish, 1515-1839.M.A.
1997CORDLE, Celia ElizabethThe culture of the hop: Wealden Kent, 1830-1996.M.A.
2005CORDLE, Celia ElizabethHop cultivation and marketing: Wealden Kent and Southwark, 1744-2000.Ph.D.
2015COTTON, C. ‘Black Roods, Rang Back and Dob Headland’: a study of Thrussington field-names.M.A.
1979COURTNEY, P. The early history of the Eight Hundreds of Oundle.M.A.
2016COVENEY, NatashaThe moated site: exploring the shifting relationship between people and place in the English medieval countryside.Ph.D.
1966COX, R. C. W. Some aspects of the urban development of Croydon, 1870-1940.M.A.
1970COX, R. C. W.Urban development and redevelopment in Croydon, 1835-1940.Ph.D.
2020COYNE, A.‘The Wool, the Lamb and the Flock’, a study of Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire, during the fourteenth century.M.A.
1998CROCKETT, Alasdair CharlesA secularising geography? Patterns and processes of religious change in England and Wales, 1676-1851.Ph.D.
1987CROMPTON, J. The pattern of dissent in Staffordshire in 1851.M.A.
2005CROSSAN, Rose-Marie AnneGuernsey, 1814-1914: migration in a modernising society.Ph.D.
1972CROSSMAN, A.B. The Buckinghamshire posse comitatus, 1798.M.A.
1988CROUCH, P.J. Cheese-making in east Leicestershire 1610-1911: the genesis of Stilton cheese.M.A.
2004CROWDEN, HilaryBoundaries and borders: the battle for Rutland, the identity of an English rural community in the late twentieth century.M.A.
2017CROWDEN, HilaryRutland: the development of a county community in the modern age.Ph.D.
2001CULLEN, M. The churches and chapels of Leamington Priors.M.A.
1984CUMMINS, H.A. Higher Walton: an industrial community, 1851-1871.M.A.
2004DACK, C. The distinguishing features of a rural middling sort: a socioeconomic and cultural study of Alstonefield, Staffordshire.M.A.
1996DAVENPORT, C. Daventry's craft companies, 1590-1675.M.A.
2010DAVIDSON, E. The evolution and secularisation of the funeral in Leicester and Leicestershire, 1830-2010.M.A.
1986DAVIES, R. A.Community, parish, and poverty: Old Swinford, 1660-1730.Ph.D.
2002DAVIES, S. Co-operation, anti-fascism and pacifism in an alternative youth movement: the Woodcraft Folk in Sheffield, 1929-1950.M.A.
1993DAVIES, V.E.L. A sweet prison: aspects of the origin and establishment of the Leicester Asian community.M.A.
1993DAVIS, D.K. The Glastonbury manor of Sowy, 1086-1308.M.A.
2004DAVIS, P. From poverty to mud, money and music: the industrialisation of a Northamptonshire village in the nineteenth century.M.A.
2004DAVIS, Vernon Edward LloydCharnwood Forest: population, landownership and environmental perception, c.1775-1914.Ph.D.
2006DAY, A. Rutland churches: location, relationships and change.M.A.
2004DE BELIN, MandyThe landscape of foxhunting: Leicestershire, Northamptonshire and Rutland, 1750-1900.M.A.
2011DE BELIN, MandyTransitional hunting landscapes: deer hunting and foxhunting in Northamptonshire, 1600-1850.Ph.D.
1978DE CLERCQ, P. A Leicestershire framework knitters’ community: Earl Shilton, 1845-1871.M.A.
1981DEBNEY, C. A village community, Greetham, c.1840-1871.M.A.
1988DELONG, R.E. Women, widows and witches. A study of four Huntingdonshire villages, 1630-1650.M.A.
1998


DEXTER, JCustom, protest and self-help in mining communities of north-east Somerset, 1750-1930.M.Phil.
2005DIPLOCK, P. The introduction of three utilities (gas, electricity and telephone) into three market towns (Marlow, Oakham and Stamford).M.A.
2003DIXON, P. The new Domesdays: continuity and change in three Cambridgeshire parishes.M.A.
2013DOCKERILL, BertieLocal government reform, urban expansion and identity: Nottingham and Derby, 1945-1968.Ph.D.
2020DONEGANI, K.L.Apprenticeship in Leicestershire in the mid-nineteenth century.M.A.
1976DOREE, S.G. Aspects of mortality crises in eleven parishes in east Hertfordshire between 1560 and 1670.M.A.
2009DOW, D. Stockport, the prototype mill town: the why, wherefore and therefore.M.A.
1995DOWNER, S. Settlement rank, status and territory in north Worcestershire in the eighth to eleventh centuries.M.A.
1993DRAYCOTT, C. The Soke of Peterborough: a study of the early history of Peterborough Abbey and its dependent local settlements, up to the time of the Domesday Survey with special emphasis on the Anglo-Saxon period.M.A.
1966DRINKALL, J.T.The life and interests of the Rev. Sir Richard Kay, Bt., LL.D., F.R.S., F.S.A: an eighteenth-century pluralist.Ph.D.
2008DROBNER, H. St Willibrord’s calendar and the mutual veneration of local saints in Britain and on the Continent.M.A. (ISS)
2014DUCK, Jonathan‘Space, segregation and spirituality’: expressions of meaning and belief in the domestic buildings of southern fenland, Cambridgeshire, c.1500-1700.Ph.D.
1965DYER, J. The hillforts of the Chilterns in relation to the Icknield Way.M.A.
2006DYNDOR, Z. Capital punishment and the press in Northamptonshire, 17801834.M.A.
1969EATON, M.D. Victorian Market Harborough: the structure and functions of a nineteenth-century market town.M.A.
1992EDWARDS, E. The medieval market town of Solihull, 1200-1580.M.A.
1975EDWARDS, E.J.M. The relationship between landlord and tenant in nineteenth-century North Wales.M.A.
1988EDWARDS, H. Farmers' wives of Leicestershire and Northamptonshire: their working lives, 1918-1950.M.A.
1996EDWARDS, J. Brewham Lodge, Somerset: from receivership to sale - highlighting legal matters of the period 1799-1816.M.A.
1992EDWARDS, L.E. A study of Coalville from the census returns.M.A.
1973EDWARDS, P.R. Farming in a north Worcestershire parish: Rushock, 1572-1972.M.A.
1987ELL, P.S. A quantitative analysis of variables allegedly influencing the pattern of religious observance in 1851: a case study in Warwickshire.M.A.
1978ELLIOTT, B. S. The building of a provincial town: Newcastle- under-Lyme, 17801840.M.A.
2003ELSWORTH, M. The proof of a town.M.A.
2016EVANS, J. The ethnic sense of the English in nineteenth-century emigrants’ letters.M.A.
1992EVELEIGH, N.G. Landscape and environment: their contribution to the evolution of settlement in early medieval Kesteven.M.A.
2014FAGG, J. Occupation, migration and the elderly: aspects of life in three Worcestershire parishes, 1871-1901. M.A.
1962FAITH, RosamondThe peasant land-market in Berkshire during the later Middle Ages.Ph.D.
1998FARRELL, S. The chaining of the countryside: an evaluation of parliamentary enclosure with reference to three Northamptonshire parishes.M.A.
2008FEAREY, A. Nineteenth-century Northamptonshire shoe-workers: where did they come from?M.A.
2007


FEATHERBY, RupertPartible inheritance: the family's contribution to Swaledale's ruin?M.Phil.
2001FENN, A. C. W. Settlement patterns in early medieval Rhwng Gwy a Hafren.M.A.
2003FISHER, Pamela JaneAn object of ambition? The office and role of the coroner in two Midland counties, 1751-1888.M.A.
2007FISHER, Pamela JaneThe politics of sudden death: the office and role of the coroner in England and Wales, 1726-1888.Ph.D.
2006FITTON-BROWN, O. Conflict over church ritualism: Thorpe, Surrey, 1910.M.A.
2010FLACK, H. The River Severn – barrier or bridge? The impact on communities of the River Severn in Worcestershire in the period c.850 to 1500. M.A.
1971FLEMING, A.J. Newport Pagnell: a hundred town, 1825-1875.M.A.
1976FLEMING, D. Some aspects of the gentry in Jacobean and Caroline Leicestershire.M.A.
1980FLEMING, D.A local market system: Melton Mowbray and the Wreake valley, 1549-1720.Ph.D.
2008FLETCHER, L. Local charity: its role and social meaning in the area of the Oundle Poor Law Union, 1800-1900.M.A.
1983FLETCHER, S. M. The Old Cricket Ground, Leicester: a study of two contrasting areas of nineteenth-century development.M.A.
1989FLETCHER, S.J.C. Crime in Cheltenham 1848-1851.M.A.
1973FORD, W.J. The pattern of settlement in the central region of the Warwickshire Avon.M.A.
1997FOX, Alan WilliamThe agrarian economy of six parishes in the Wreake Valley from 1540-1680.M.A.
2002FOX, Alan WilliamThe Leicestershire-Lincolnshire border in the eighteenth century: a cultural frontier?Ph.D.
1998FOX, D Crosses of the North York Moors: a study of the stone crosses of the North York Moors, their origins and purposes.M.A.
1993FOX, Dorothy E.The spread of Christianity and Christian churches in the wapentake of Langbargh, North Riding of Yorkshire 600-1300.M.A.
1998


FOX, Dorothy E.Families, farming and faith.M.Phil.
2013FRANCIS, Sarah E.Worthy citizens’: middle-class women and the public sphere in Leicester, c.1850-1900.
M.Phil.
1967 listed as thesisFREEBODY, N.K. A history of Scraptoft, Leicestershire. Volume 1 – Thesis Volume 2 – Maps and photographsM.A.
2012FRENCH, P.R. The ‘making’ of a local regiment: a case study of the Leicestershire regiment and its antecedents, c.1770-1902.M.A.
1977FRIEL, I. The regio of the Hicce: a tribal unit of the Hitchin area.M.A.
1974FRYE, J. Population migration in a selected region of north-east Leicestershire in the mid-nineteenth century.M.A.
2019GADD, Trixie‘Tis my lot by faith to be sustained’: clerical prosperity in seventeenth-century DorsetPh.D.
2000GALBRAITH, F. Changes in upland parishes in Derbyshire.M.A.
1993GARRISON, L. Post-war immigration and settlement of West Indians in Nottingham, 1948-1968.M.A.
1993GARVEN, M. Change or continuity? An evaluation of the economy and society of Suffolk through nominal and fiscal evidence within the lay subsidy rolls of 1327 and 1524.M.A.
1973GENT, F.J.R. The development of Strangeways, 1768-1868.M.A.
1976GENT, K.S. Leisure activities in Leicester, 1870-1901, with special reference to the working class.M.A.
2014GIBSON, N.H. Comparing poor relief in the parishes of Wallsend and Longbenton, 1750-1850. M.A.
1999GILBERT, J. Off the beaten track: Glenfield (1871-1939) village or suburb?M.A.
2017GILBERT, MichaelThe changing landscape and economy of Wisbech Hundred, 1250-1550.Ph.D.
1975GILES, C. Domestic architecture in the north Staffordshire moorlands: the vernacular buildings of Grindon and Waterfall.M.A.
2005GILPIN, S. Growth and development of the rural parish of Flixton between 1841 and 1891.M.A.
1975GLADDEN, D.H. Nonconformity in Newark, 1850-1882.M.A.
1983GLASSON, M. A downland common and its enclosure: Broadfield, 1750-1850.M.A.
2000GODFREY, A. Industry and class: a study of two Leicestershire villages, 1850-1900.M.A.
1977GOODACRE, JohnLutterworth in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries: a market town and its area.Ph.D.
1983GOODE, A. J. The society and economy of Loughborough, 1660-1690. M.A.
1993GOODWIN, D. The relationship between landlord and tenant in nineteenth-century North Wales.M.A.
1970GRAHAM, M. Tavistock, 1825-1875.M.A.
1985GRAHAM, M.The suburbs of Victorian Oxford: growth in a preindustrial city.Ph.D.
1996GREENFIELD, E.M. The social and economic effects of the decline of lead mining on villages in north Derbyshire, 1851-1891.M.A.
1980GREENWOOD, J.J. Reigate, 1700-1821: its turnpikes and its economy.M.A.
1973GREWCOCK, C.E.S. Social and intellectual life in Leicester, 1763-1835.M.A.
2013GRISTWOOD, H. Puerperal insanity: a study of women admitted to the county asylums at Brookwood in Surrey, Colney Hatch in Middlesex and Knowle in Hampshire between the years 1870 and 1900.M.A.
2004GRUNDY, P. The impact of industrialization on the rural community of Barrow upon Soar, Leicestershire, 1700-2000.M.A.
1999HADEN, J. Church wall paintings.M.A.
1997HADLEY A. Hill-tops, cyninges-tuns and wics: central places and trade in the south-west from Roman to Saxon times.M.A.
1972HAIGH, B. A West Riding clothing community: Kirkburton, 1664-1816.M.A.
1978HAIGH, D. The evolution of settlement in eastern Cambridgeshire.M.A.
1982HALEY, D. Aspects of the economic history and the demography of the parish of Buckingham, c.1560-1710, a preliminary study.M.A.
1995HALL, J. Poems and songs of Staffordshire in the modern period and their depiction of people and region.M.A.
1979HALL, J.L. (Née Bickerton) ‘Let agriculture flourish’: the diffusion of new ideas among agricultural improvers in Richmondshire 1815-1870.M.A.
1997


HALL, Teresa AnneMinster churches in the Dorset landscape.M.Phil.
1998HAMMOND, C. Aspects of the occupational structures of four villages in south Nottinghamshire, 1851-1871.M.A.
2015HAMMOND, P. The effect of improvement in a selected area of north-west Leicestershire, 1750-1800.M.A.
1971HAMPTON, S.J.S. Country carriers of West Surrey: a study of the Guildford area.M.A.
2016HANLEY, K. Leicester: the metropolis of Dissent by 1848?M.A.
2000HARDEN, N. Living stones living water: a study of the siting of churches in southern Warwickshire.M.A.
2010HARDY, M. Exe-Dart Devon: some social and economic effects of the Newfoundland trade.M.A. (ISS)
2016HARGREAVES, P. Physicians in seventeenth-century Northamptonshire.M.A.
2016HARLEY, Joseph N.Material lives of the English poor: a regional perspective, c.1670-1834.Ph.D.
1983HARRATT, S. Leicestershire parish clergy during the archdeaconate of Andrew Burnaby, 1786-1812: origins, education and intellectual pursuits.M.A.
1991HARRIS, K.S. Some aspects of education and society in Market Harborough 1869-1913 as seen through schools' log books.M.A.
2015HARRIS, Maureen‘A schismatical people’: conflict between ministers and their parishioners in Warwickshire between 1660 and 1714.Ph.D.
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