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Bibliography

Sources used for Civil War Oxford

Primary Sources

A True Relation of a late Skirmish at Henley-upon-Thames: wherein A great defeat was given to the Redding Cavaliers, lately assaulting the aforesaid town of Henley. Being The true Copy of a Letter sent from one Captaine Samuel Turner, then in the said service, to his brother in London.

London Printed for Henry Overton, and are to be sold at his Shop in Popes-Head  Alley. Jan. 26. 1643

(Transcribed in Journal of the Henley Archaeological & Historical Group, No. 25, December 2010, pp. 13-17.) Citation ST

 

Cromwelliana. A Chronological Detail of Events in which Oliver Cromwell was engaged; From the Year 1642 to His Death 1658 with A Continuation of other Transactions to the Restoration, (printed for Machell Stace, 5 Middle Scotland Yard, Whitehall, 1810). Citation CROM

Ruth Scurr, John Aubrey: My Own Life, (Chatto & Windus, London 2015). Citation JA

John Aubrey: Brief Lives, edited by Richard Baker (The Boydell Press, Woodbridge, 1982), Citation BL

Proclamation issued by Charles I from Oxford, 1642-1643. Held in the National Army Museum, NAM. 1987-03-81-1, object URL http://www.nam.ac.uk/online-collection/detail.php?acc=1987-03-81-1. Citation NAM

The Life and Times of Anthony Wood, antiquary of Oxford, 1632-1695, described by Himself, collected from his diaries and other papers by Andrew Clark, Vol. I: 1632-1663, (The Oxford Historical Society, Oxford, 1891). Citation AW

The Iter Carolinum of Charles I (1642-1649), edited by Stephen Ede-Borrett (The Pike and Shot Society, 2013). Citation IC

The Journall of Prince Rupert’s Marches (1642-1646), edited by Stephen Ede-Borrett (The Pike and Shot Society, 2013).  Citation JPR

The Memoirs of Anne, Lady Halkett and Ann, Lady Fanshawe, edited with an introduction by John Loftis (Clarendon Press, Oxford, 1979). Citation AF

The Memoirs of Edmund Ludlow, Lieutenant-general of the Horse in the Army of the Commonwealth of England, 1625-1672, edited by CH Firth, Vol. 1, (Clarendon Press, Oxford, 1894) . Citation EL

The Papers of Captain Henry Stevens, Waggon-Master-General to King Charles I, transcribed and edited by Margaret Toynbee, (The Oxfordshire Record Society, 1961). Citation PCS

Secondary Sources

Barratt, John, Cavalier Capital: Oxford in the English Civil War, (Helion and Company, 2015).  Cited within the site as CC

Bentata Azaz, Victoria, City Walks Oxford, (Crimson Publishing).   Citation CWO

Bloxham, Christine, Folklore of Oxfordshire, (Tempus Publishing Ltd 2005).  Citation FO

Braddick, Michael, God’s Fury, England’s Fire: A New History of the English Civil Wars, (Allen Lane, 2008). Citation GFEF

Challis, Christopher Edgar, ‘Lord Hastings to the Great Silver Recoinage, 1464-1699’, in Christopher Challis (ed), A New History of the Royal Mint, (Cambridge University Press 1992) pp179-397. Citation NHRM

Clark, Sir George, Oxford and the Civil War, (Oxford Preservation Trust Occasional Publications, 1982). Citation OCW

Cottingham, Anne, ‘Henley and the Civil War’, Journal of the Henley Archaeological & Historical Group, No. 25, December 2010, pp. 1-17. Citation HCW

Eddershaw, David and Eleanor Roberts, The Civil War in Oxfordshire, (Alan Sutton Publishing 1995).  Citation TCWO

Evans, G.R., The University of Oxford: A New History, (I.B. Tauris 2010). Citation ANH

Fox, John, Holton, Wheatley and Oxford in the Civil War, (The Alden Press 2004).  Citation HWO

Honey, Derek, Oxford-Beyond the University, (Affleck Press 2003).  Citation OBU

Hopkins, Clare, Trinity: 450 years of an Oxford College Community, (Oxford University Press, 2005).  Citation TRIN

Jessup, Mary, A History of Oxfordshire’, (Phillimore, Chichester 1975).  Citation HOO

Martin, RR, The Church and Parish of St Michael at the Northgate, Oxford: A History, (published by St.Michael at the Northgate Parochial Church Council, Oxford, 1967).  Citation MNG

Roy, Ian and Dietrich Reinhart, ‘Oxford and the Civil War’ in The History of the University of Oxford: Vol IV Seventeenth Century Oxford, ed. Nicholas Tyacke, (Oxford University Press 1997), pp687-731. Citation HUO1

Sherwood, Roy, Civil War in the Midlands 1642-1651, (Alan Sutton Publishing 1992).  Citation CWM

The Encyclopaedia of Oxford, ed. Christopher Hibbert, assoc. ed. Edward Hibbert, (Macmillan 1988). Citation EO

The Victoria History of the County of Oxford

  • Rait, Robert, ‘Political History’ in Volume 1: The County of Oxford ed L.F. Salzman, (University of London Institute of Historical Research, London 1970), pp 429-456. Citation VCH1
  • Cooper, Janet, ‘Early Modern Oxford: Religious Life’ in Volume IV: The City of Oxford, (Oxford University Press, 1979), pp173-180. Citation VCH4
  • Cooper, Janet, ‘Municipal Buildings’ in Volume IV: The City of Oxford, (Oxford University Press, 1979), pp331-336. Citation VCH4
  • Cooper, Janet, ‘Churches’ in Volume IV: The City of Oxford, (Oxford University Press, 1979), pp369-412. Citation VCH4
  • Crossley, A., and Christina Colvin ‘Parish Government and Poor Relief, in Volume IV: The City of Oxford, (Oxford University Press, 1979), pp342-350. Citation VCH4
  • ‘Parishes: Shirburn’, in Volume VIII: Lewknor and Pyrton Hundreds, ed. Mary D Lobel (Victoria County History, London 1964), pp. 178-198. Citation VCH8

Toynbee, Margaret, ‘Introduction’ in The Papers of Captain Henry Stevens, Waggon-Master-General to King Charles I, transcribed and edited by Margaret Toynbee, (The Oxfordshire Record Society, 1961). Citation IPCS

Tyack, Geoffrey, Oxford: An Architectural Guide, (Oxford University Press, 1998). Citation OAG

Varley, Frederick John, The Siege of Oxford: An Account of Oxford during the Civil War, 1642-1646, (Oxford University Press, 1932). Citation SO

Whitehead, Julian, Cavalier and Roundhead Spies:Intelligence in the Civil War and Commonwealth, (Pen and Sword, 2009). Citation CRS

Wilks, John, Walks into History: Berkshire and Oxfordshire, (Countryside Books, 2008).   Citation WIH

Worden, Blair: The English Civil Wars 1640-1660, (Weidenfeld and Nicolson, 2009).  Citation ECW

Author unknown, A Complete (as at January 2014) History Tour of Aynho, found on the Aynho village website’s Village Walks page (http://www.aynho.org/get_involved/village-walks/).  Citation ACHTA

Websites

BBC History Historic Figures: William Harvey, [http://www.bbc.co.uk/history/historic_figures/harvey_william.shtml].  Citation BBCHWH

Encyclopædia Britannica, [http://www.britannica.com/].  Citation EB

Mapledurham’s History page, on the Mapledurham Estate Website, [http://www.mapledurham.co.uk/maplehurham-house/, accessed 11 Sept 2015].  Citation M

Elmer, Peter, ‘French, John (c.1616–1657)’, Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Oxford University Press, 2004; online edn, Jan 2008 [http://www.oxforddnb.com/view/article/10164, accessed 11 Sept 2015]. Citation DNB

Milton, Anthony, ‘Laud, William (1573–1645)’, Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Oxford University Press, 2004; online edn, May 2009 [http://www.oxforddnb.com/view/article/16112, accessed 11 Sept 2015]. Citation DNB

Roberts, R. Julian, ‘Rouse, John (1574–1652)’, Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Oxford University Press, 2004; online edn, Jan 2008 [http://www.oxforddnb.com/view/article/24177, accessed 12 Aug 2015]. Citation DNB