Abingdon Area Archaeology and History Society

Book Reviews


Alcock, Nat and Miles, Dan. The medieval peasant house in Middle England.
Baker, Stanley and McWhirter, Peter. The changing boundaries of Radley and Sunningwell parishes as effected by boundary changes at Abingdon, Bagley Wood, Chandlings, Kennington, Northcourt, St Helen Without and South Hinksey.
Belk, Rob. Robert Acton Blandy - miner, leader, legend. A Boer epic.
Bishop, Julia (ed).  Aspects of Abingdon's past. Volume 7.
Brod, Manfred. Abingdon in context.
Dudding, Richard. Early modern Radley. People, land and buildings, 1547-1768.
Evans, Bob. Tales from God's Acre: Fifty Sunningwell lives.
 Francopan, Peter.  The Silk Road - a New History of the World
  Frampton, Bob.
Abingdon in the Great War. Reviewed by John Foreman
The Abingdon races - a forgotten tradition. Reviewed by Judy White
The cinemas of Abingdon (1912-2015). Reviewed by Mary Haynes
Huddleston, Joyce (ed) St James the Great, Radley. The story of a village church.
King, Sandy (ed). Celebrating 150 years of Albert Park.
Maclean, Murray. From arrowheads to irrigators: a history of Frilford and Collins Farm
 Spurrell, Mark (ed). Wood's Radley College Diary (1855-1861)
Steane, John and Ayres, James. Traditional Buildings in the Oxford region c.1300-1840
 Wooton, Christine (ed). Radley people and the railway 1843-2013.