The Charters & Churches of Swallowcliffe
By Margaret Staniforth, Stephen Jenkins and Shelagh
Smith and Ralph Husband
This booklet includes:
A short introduction by Margaret Staniforth.
Extracts from "Swallowcliffe before the Norman Conquest"
1972 by Stephen Jenkins - Features the following sections..
- Translation of the Charter
- Place Names
- The Charter Bounds
- Edmund and the Attestors
The Charter Language by Shelagh Smith
Insights into late Saxon Swallowcliffe by Margaret Staniforth.
The Charter of 1339, The fair on the feast of St Peter and St
Paul at Swallowcliffe by Margaret Staniforth.
The Churches of St Peter in Swallowcliffe - Includes a computer
interpretation of the old St Peters church, before it was demolished.
Also architectual plans of the old and new St Peters Church.
By Ralph Husband.
Swallowcliffe Church - Was Moffatt the Architect? by Ralph
Flooding of the original St Peter's Church, Swallowcliffe by
Volume 2, published in 2002, included a detailed listing
made by residents of all the flora and fauna identified in
Swallowcliffe in the year 2000, and also included a variety of articles,
written by residents, including:
* An aeroplane that landed in 1913, 400 yards from the Village
* A history of two families in the centre of Swallowcliffe, one
of which founded the pub.
* A 1000 years of our bit of the A30.
* The origin of the name of a public house the "Cribbage
These booklets are available for only £3.00
Please contact Ralph Husband
Tel: 01747 871609