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Victoria County History


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Victoria County History, The

Victoria County History, The

Victoria County History

Victoria County History. A History of the County of Stafford, Vol. IX: Burton-upon-Trent

The Victoria County History of Shropshire G. C. Baugh

PAGE, William (1861 - 1934), General Editor of the Victoria History of the Counties of England

Review: The Victoria History of the County of Somerset. Volume VIII: The Poldens and the Levels

Victoria County History: East Riding of Yorkshire. Vol. VII: Holderness Wapentake; Middle and North Divisions

Review: The Victoria History of the County of Middlesex. Vol. XII: Chelsea

The Victoria History of the County of Wiltshire: Vol. XVI: Kinwardstone Hundred, D. A. Crowley

Victoria County History, Vol. V, Part 2: The City of Chester: Culture, Buildings, Institutions

The Victoria History of the County of Northampton. Vol. V: The Hundred of Cleley

The Victoria History of the Counties of England. A History of the County of Northampton, Vol. VI: Modern Industry

A History of the County of Oxford (Victoria County History, Vol. XIV): Witney and its Townships; Bampton Hundred (Part II)

Pugh, Ralph Bernard (1910-1982), historian and editor of the Victoria History of the Counties of England

Shorter notice. Victoria History of the County of Sussex. Vol. V. Pt. I: Arundel. TP Hudson [ed.]

The Victoria History of the Counties of England. Somerset, Vol. VII: South-East Somerset, Robert Dunning

The Victoria History of the County of Middlesex. Vol. IX: Early Stepney with Bethnal Green, T. F. T. Baker

HOYLE, Richard William (born 1958), Professor of Regional and Local History, and Director and General Editor, Victoria County History, Institute of Historical Research, University of London, since 2014

 

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A programme of research, established in 1899 to mark Queen Victoria's diamond jubilee, aimed at a historical portrayal of the English counties. Although the originators of the work, G. L. Gomme and H. A. Doubleday, envisaged that the research would be completed and published in 160 volumes by 1905, work on the project continues to this day. Each set of county volumes comprises general volumes covering such matters as archaeology, architecture, and ecclesiastical history; and topographic volumes which describe each city, town, and parish in the county.

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