The Rutland Record Researching Rutland	Registered Charity No 700273 Rutland Local History & Record Society
The Rutland Record is the Society's annual journal, an A4 publication of 40-48pp, which is issued free to paid-up members; it normally contains a selection of historical and archaeological articles and the annual reports of local organisations whose work is connected with the heritage of the historic county. Two articles in recent years (in RR 23 and 26) have won British Association for Local History awards. For out of print issues, photocopies of individual articles can be supplied at £2 each or £4 for a complete edition - post free in the UK. Rutland Record No. 31 - Medieval woodlands of Rutland; Social investigations - education in early Victorian Rutland; annual reports; £4.50, members £3.50 - see footnote for post & packing. Rutland Record No. 32 - Neanderthals and Headmasters - further information, click here; £4.50, members £3.50 see footnote for post & packing. Rutland Record No. 33 - Marriage of George Villiers, 1st Duke of Buckingham, and Lady Katharine Manners; Social Investigations in early Victorian Rutland part II (condition of the population in three Rutland parishes 1839); Wilkershaw cow pasture, Beaumont Chase; Time Team at Oakham Castle; Rutland history & archaeology 2012; £4.50, members £3.50 see footnote for post & packing. Rutland Record No. 34 - Early Market Overton – Fact and Fiction; Leighfield Forest: Woodlands and Landscape in the Sixteenth and early Seventeenth Centuries; Rutland Resources at the University of Leicester Library; Rutland history and archaeology reports for 2013; £4.50, members £3.50 see footnote for post & packing. Rutland Record No. 35 - Preston Manor House; A Witch Bottle from Exton; Population Trends in Rutland, 1851-1911; A note on some of Rutland’s lost public houses; Rutland History and Archaeology; £4.50, members £3.50 see footnote for post & packing. Rutland Record No. 36 - Isaack Symmes & Ridlington sundial; Belton and Blount family; Vale of Catmose villages; Neolithic axe from Martinsthorpe; Portable Antiquities Scheme; annual reports; £5.75, members £4.50 see footnote for post & packing. Rutland Record No. 37 - Editorial: Of Magpies and Housewives; The Hereditary Trustees of the Archdeacon Johnson Foundation - Brian Needham; The Lowthers at Cottesmore and Barleythorpe: a Victorian aristocratic family in the hunting shires - Alan G Crosby; What’s in a hut? A WWI prisoner of war hut surviving as an Indoor Bowls Club in Uppingham - Sheila Sleath; Rutland History and Archaeology in 2016 - Edited by T H McK Clough £5.00, members £4.00 see footnote for post & packing. Rutland Record Nos. 1 to 10 Rutland Record Nos. 11 to 20 Rutland Record Nos. 21 to 30 Postage and Packing £1.50 one issue + 50p each extra issue, maximum £5.00 Overseas charged at cost – please enquire for details: payment in sterling only - Please note that you can also order directly from GENfair (links below) our on-line trading partner, using a credit card transaction. Overseas post and packing costs will be calculated at time of placing order. Orders with payment in sterling including postage as shown above, and trade enquiries should be sent to: The Honorary Editor, RLHRS, c/o Rutland County Museum, Catmose Street, Oakham, Rutland, LE15 6HW, England. Cheques should be payable to RLHRS. The Society can only accept payment for orders by post by cheque in sterling made payable to ‘RLHRS’ and drawn on a UK bank. If you wish to order and pay on-line by credit or debit card (whether from overseas or from the UK), please follow the links to GENfair, where you will be able to do so securely. Please note that the postage and packing charges levied by GENfair may be different from those for sales direct from the Society, and that members' reduced rates are not available through GENfair. Click to use the GENfair online ordering service for RR 1 to 20 Click to use the GENfair online ordering service for RR 21 onwards
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