Warwickshire Related Books

Alcock, N.W. 1993. People at Home: Living in a Warwickshire Village, 1500-1800 (Phillimore, Chichester).

Beresford, M.W. 1950. The Deserted Villages of Warwickshire, Transactions of the Birmingham Archaeological Society 66, pp49-106.

Bolton, P. 2003. The Lost Architectural Landscapes of Warwickshire. Volume 1- The South (Landmark, Ashbourne).

Camden, William. 1722 & 1730. Britannia Volumes 1-2, second edition.

Cave, Lydon F. 1976. Warwickshire Villages (Robert Hale, London).

Darby, H. C. & Terrett, I.B. 1971. The Domesday Geography of Midland England (Cambridge University Press, London).

Dugdale, William 1730 Antiquities of Warwickshire, second edition (first edition published in 1656).

Gomme, George L. (ed.) 1901. Topographical History of Warwickshire, Westmorland and Wiltshire: A Classified Collection of the Chief Contents of "The Gentlemen's Magazine" from 1731-1868 (Elliot Stock, London).

Gover, J.E.B, Mawer, A., Houghton, F.T.S. and Stenton, F.M. 1936. Place-Names of Warwickshire (English Place-Name Society Vol.13)

Hooke, Della. 1999. Warwickshire Anglo-Saxon Charter-Bounds (Boydell Press, Woodbridge)

Hooke, Della.  2006.  England's Landscape: The West Midlands. (English Heritage, London)

Morris, John (ed.) 1977. Domesday Book: Warwickshire (Phillimore, Chichester).

Pevsner, Nikolaus & Wedgwood, Alexandra. 1966. Buildings of England - Warwickshire (Penguin, Harmondsworth).

Slater, Terry. 1997. A History of Warwickshire (Phillimore, Chichester).

Smith, William. 1830. History of the County of Warwickshire (W. Emans, Birmingham).

Timmins, Sam. 1889. A History of Warwickshire (Popular County Series) (Elliot Stock, London).

Tyack, Geoffrey. 1994. Warwickshire Country Houses (Phillimore, Chichester).

Victoria County History of Warwickshire, Volumes 1-8, published 1904-1969.

Wager, Sarah J. 1998. Woods, Wolds and Groves: the woodland of medieval Warwickshire (British Archaeological Reports British Series 269).

Warwickshire County Council. 1993. Warwickshire Landscape Guidelines, 3 volumes.

Wood-Jones, R.B. 1986. Traditional domestic architecture in the Banbury region (Wykham Books).