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The Bristol & Gloucestershire Archaeological Society
47 Volumes (1876-1923).

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Vol. 1 (1876) - Note on Prehistoric Interments of the Cotteswold District - The Archives of the City of Gloucester - Remarks on The Manor, Advowson and Demesne Land of English Bicknor, Co. Gloucester - Notes on the Church and Priory of Deerhurst - On the recent destruction of a Gloucestershire Mehir - Aid against the Turks - On the Anthropology of Gloucestershire - Berkeley Castle - The Crypt of Gloucester Cathedral - On the Roman Wall of Gloucester - Churchdown in ye XII Century - Society Pages - 214 pages

Vol. 2 (1877-78) - Proceedjngs at Cirencester - On the Tyndales in Gloucestershire - Stowell House and Park - Remarks upon the Fajrford Windows - On the Ancient Church Plate at Cirencester - Seizure of Arms in the County of Gloucester in 1684 - On the three Periods, known as the Iron, the Bronze, and the Stone Ages - On the Monumental Brasses at Cirencester - Proceedjngs at Gloucester - Notes on the Tombs in Tewkesbury Abbey - On the probable date of the Foundation of Glevum, and its occupation by the Second Legion - Observations on the Iron Cinders found in the Forest of Dean and its -eighbourhood - Arms of the City of Gloucester - Some Records of Matson, in the County of Gloucester, and of the Selwyns - Tenures - of Land, by the Customary Tenants in Cirencester - Society Pages - 385 pages

Vol. 3 (1878-79) - Proceedings at Bristol - Elmore and the Guise Family - On Certain Crania disinterred at St. Werburgh's,Church, Bristol - Some Remarks on the Ancient Passage across the Severn - The History of the Guilds of Bristol - Bristol Cathedral - Vestiges of the Supremacy of Mercia in the South of England, during the eighth Century - The Crypt of St. Nicholas Church, Bristol - Appendix to The Crypt of St. Nicholas Church, Bristol - Bristol Castle - Notes on the Church of St. Mary Redcliffe - On the Manorial History of Clifton - The Dominicans & Dominican Priory - The Hospital of St. Mark, commonly called Billeswicke, or Gaunt's Hospital - Supplementary Notes on the Hospital of St. Mark of Billeswick, or Gaunt's Hospital - Antiquities at Cirencester and Berkeley. Memoranda of Certain Sketches - The Ancient Charter Privileges of the Bristol Freemen; whence derived and how maintained - Proceedings at Gloucester - On the Great Berkeley Law-Suit of the 15th and 16th Centuries, A Chapter of Gloucestersrure History - St. Briavel's Castle - St. Briavel's Castle (addendum) - On the Earls of Gloucester - 439 pages


Vol. 4 (1879-80) - Transactions at Cheltenham - Notes on the Manor and Parish Church of Cheltenham - The Poyntz Family - On the Landholders of Gloucestershire named in Domesday Book - British and Roman Antiquities in the Neighbourhood of Cheltenham - Some Particulars of the Parish of Pebworth, Gloucestershire - Observations upon Certain Monumental Effigies in the West of England, particularly in the Neighbourhood of Cheltenham - Church of St. Michael and All Angels, Bishop's Cleeve, Gloucestersrure - Transactions at Bristol - The Force and Value of Fine Art in Archaeology - The Date of the First Authentic Plan of Bristol - Notice of Earthworks in the Parish of English Bicknor - Appendix to Earthworks in the Parish of English Bicknor, "Family of Avenel" - Penpark Hole, A Roman Lead Mine - On the Recent Discovery of Remains of the Foundations of the Keep of Bristol Castle and of the Ancient Wells adjacent, with Notes of the Contents of one of the Wells - 384 pages

Vol. 5 (1880-81) - Proceedings at Stroud - Remarks on the Ancient Baptismal Font in Staunton Church, Gloucestershire - Tewkesbury Abbey Church - Description of the Chambered Tumuli of Uley and Nympsfield - Stanley St. Leonard's. The College of Canons and the Collegiate Church - Remarks on a Round Barrow in Hungerfield, in the Parish of Cranham - Notes on Bones, Concrete, Charcoal, &c - On some Bronze and other Articles found near Birdlip - Remarks on the Roman Pavement at Woodchester - Ancient Charter relating to Woodchester - State Papers relating to the Cloth Trade, 1622 - Proceedings at Cheltenham - Description of the Long Barrow called "West Tump," in the Parish of Brimsfield, Gloucestershire - The Berkeley Manuscripts, and their author, John Smith - State Papers respecting Bishop Cheyney, and the Recusants of the Diocese of Gloucester - Society Pages - 292 pages

Vol. 6 (1881-82) - Transactions at Chepstow - Chepstow Castle - On a Roman Ring - The Cistercians - The Architectural History of Tintern Abbey - On Roman Coins found in the Forest of Dean - The History of the Manors of Dean Magna and Abenhall, &c - Roman Remains in Lydney Park - Notes of Ancient British Forest Life-Material and other Transactions at Micheldean - The Churches of St. Michael and All Angels, Mitcheldean; St. Michael, Abenhall; and St. AEthelbert, Little Dean - Flaxley Abbey - The existing Remains - FlaxIey Grange - Transactions at Berkeley - Wanswell Court, and its Occupants for seven centuries - Slymbridge Church - Transactions at Gloucester - Remarks on Skeletons found at Gloucester in 1881 - Remarks on the same Skeletons - Remarks on a Collection of Skulls in a Vault under the Church of Micheldean - Transactions at Staunton and Newland - Society Pages - 408 pages

Vol. 7 (1882-83) - Transactions at Stow-on-the-Wold - Contents of Temporary Museum - The Church of St. Mary, Nether Swell - Old Bells in Gloucestershire Belfries - "Finds" on, or near to, the Excursion of the Society at Stow-on-the-Wold - Bledington Church - Oddington Church, Gloucestershire - The Northleach Court-Book - Notes or the Greyndour Chapel and Chantry in the Church of Newland, co Gloucester, and on certain Brasses there - St, Peter's Church, Upper Slaughter - History of the Manor and Advowson of Brockworth - Icomb Place - Notes on the Church Plate at Northleach - Pedigree of Throckmorton, of Tortworth, and Clowerwall - Transactions at Bristol - History of the Manor and Advowson of Staunton, in the Forest of Dean - History of Prinknash Park - The Old Hostelries of Bristol - Discovery at S. Briavels Castle - Society Pages - 400 pages

Vol. 8 (1883-84) - Transactions at Bath - Catalogue of Exhibits in Temporary Museum at Bath - Local Names - The Battle of Deorham - Sodbury Camp - Thornbury Church - The Excavations of Roman Baths at Bath - Transactions at Ruardean - History of the Parish and Manor of Ruardyn, alias Ruardean - St. Briavel: May he not be Identified with St. Ebrulfus? - Font at Hinton Parva - Roman Road from Corinium to Lydney - Transactions at Cirencester - The Earlier House of Berkeley - Hospital of St. Jolm, Cirencester - Chantry Certificates, Gloucestershire - Recent Roman "Finds" in Cirencester - List of Tokens found at Cirencester - The Family of James Johnson, successively Bishop of Gloucester and Worcester - St. Briavel: May he not be Identified with St. Ebrulfus? (Postscript) - Discovery of Interments at St. Briavels - Society Pages - 400mpages

Vol. 9 (1884-85) - Transactions at Evesham - Catalogue of Exhibits in Temporary Museum - Lists of Society's Books - On some Sculptured Effigies of Ecclesiastics in Gloucestershire - Notes on the Parish, the Church, and Ancient Religious Foundations of Ledeneia Parva or St. Briavels - Notes on Buckland Manor and Advowson from A.D. 709 to A.D. 1546 - Notes on an Excavation made near Evesham - The Almonry of Evesham Abbey - The Manor and Borough of Chipping Campden - The "Buckstone," in the Parish of Dixton, Monmouthshire - The Berkeleys of Dursley during the 13th and 14th Centuries - The Family of Haynes of Westbury-on-Trym, Wick and Abson, and other places in Gloucestershire - Cirencester: Its Manor and Town - On Feudal and Compulsory Knighthood - Addendum to the Memoir on the Manor and Borough of Chipping Campden - The Family of James Johnson, successively Bishop of Gloucester and Worcester - Society Pages - 416 pages

Vol. 10 (1885-86) - Transactions at Gloucester - The Mint of Gloucester - Harescombe - Fragments of Local History - Transactions of Tewkesbury - Catalogue of Exhibits in Temporary Museum, Tewkesbury - A By-Path of History - On the Daubeney Family & its connection with Gloucestershire - Notes on the Manors & Advowsons of Birt's Morton & Pendock - Supplementary to the Article on Haynes - Pershore Abbey Church - Transactions at Newent - The Manor of Bosham, Sussex - An Aid Levied in Gloucestershire, 20th Edward III - A Gloucestershire Jury List of the 13th Century - The Will of William Whittington, of St. Briavels - Society Pages - 393 pages

Vol. 11 (1886-87) - Transactions at Deerhurst - Notes on Saxon Architecture, with a description of Deerhurst Priory, Gloucestershire - Notes on the Conventual Buildings - On the Saxon Baptismal Font in Deerhurst Priory Church, ,vith notes upon other Early Fonts - The Saxon Chapel at Deerhurst - Cirencester Free Grammar School - "Kirby's Quest." - The Will of Richard Dixton, Esq - Transactions at Dursley - Dursley, Notes on its Lords, the Castle, Church and Borough - Notes on Tanner's Chapel in Dursley Church - Ancient Church Embroidery in Gloucestershire - A doubtful point in the Genealogy of Hicks of Beverston - On three Skulls found near the London Road, Gloucester - Court Roll of the Manor of Bicknor Anglicana, co. Gloucester - Further Note on the Saxon Chapel at Deerhurst - Some Notes on Wresden, Vley - List of the Merchants" Hall, Bristol, 1732 - Notes on Milo de Gloucester, and his connection with the Forest of Dene - On the Manor House of Wotton-under-Edge, and its Inhabitants - Notes on the Church of Wotton-under-Edge - Knights" Fees in Gloucestershire, 3rd Henry IV., with an Introduction - A Domestic Outrage in Gloucestershire, about the year 1220 - Notes on a Roman Inscribed Stone at Westonbirt - Ancient Church Embroidery in Gloucestershire (addendum) - Society Pages - 427 pages

Vol. 12 (1887-88) - Transactions at Cirencester - Remarks on an Astrolabe, belonging to F. A. Hyett, Esq., of Painswick House - Life of Edward of Lancaster - A Sketch - Notes on the Manor and Church at Daglingworth -1 - Additional Notes on the Manor of Daglingworth - Notes on the Manor and Church at Daglingworth -2 - Inventories of, and Receipts for, Church Goods in the County of Gloucester, and Cities of Gloucester and Bristol, with Notes - On the Hundredal and Manorial Franchise of the Furcas, Tumbrel, and Pillory - Manor of Tockington, and the Roman Villa - Further Remarks on an Astrolabe - Transactions at Stratford-upon-Avon - Presidential Address - Testa de Nevill, Returns for the County of Gloucester - Gloucestershire Royalist Families, &c - An Account of the Early Registers of Henbury, Gloucestershire - Transactions at Tockington Park - Society Pages - 393 pages

Vol. 13 (1888-89) - Transactions at Chipping Sodbury - On the Gilds of Sodbury and Dyrham - Hawkesbury Church - Notes on Mediaeval Dursley - Notes on the West Front of St. James, Parochial, formerly Priory, Church - Testa de Nevill, Returns for the County of Gloucester, No.2 - The Churches of Sodbury, co. Gloucester - Transactions at Gloucester - Inaugural Address - On the Structure of Roman Houses and their Ornamentation with Tesselated Pavements and other decorations - Annalia Dubrensia - St. Oswald's Priory, Gloucester - Gloucester Tokens of the 17th, 18th and 19th Centuries - Notes on the Manor and Church of Hempstead - The Early Days of the Abbey of S. Peter, Gloucester - Notes on a Monumental Effigy and a "Brass" in the Church of Quinton, Gloucestershire - The Grey Friars, Gloucester - The Berkeleys of Dursley - The Roman Villa, Tockington Park (Second Notice) - Further Remarks on the Ring of Senicianus - The Mint of Gloucester - Scrivens" Conduit - Institutions to Tockington Free Chapel - Gloucester: The Cathedral Monuments - The Guilds of Gloucester - Notes on the Church of St. Bartholomew, Churchdown - Testa de Nevill, Returns for the County of Gloucester, Nos. 3 to 7 - Roman Bristol and Roman Gloucester, compared with the Castra Praetoria and the sites of the Castra Peregrina, and of the Castra Equites Singulares at Rome - Some Account of the Parish of Brookthorpe - The Seals of the City of Gloucester - Transactions at Stroud - Society Pages - 471 pages

Vol. 14 (1889-90) - Transactions at Berkeley - The Architectural History of Avenmg Church, Gloucestershire - Testa de Nevill. Returns for Gloucestershire - The Ancient Apse of Deerhurst Church - History of the Manor and Advowson of Clifford Chambers, and some account of its Possessors - Abbot Newland's Roll of the Abbots of St. Augustine's Abbey, Bristol - Sanctuary Knockers - Pychenecumbe - Abstracts of Original Documents in the Registers of the Abbey of St. Peter's, Gloucester - Transactions at Cheltenham - Accounts of Receipts and Payments for Exploration of the Roman Villa at Tockington Park - Leland in Gloucestershire - Remarks on the Liber Niger, or Black Book of the Exchequer - On Old Tools and Implements - Sevenhampton - A Perambulation of the Forest of Dean, co. Gloucester, 10th Edward I - Society Pages - 447 pages

Vol. 15 (1890-91) - Transactions at Bristol - Inaugural Address - Architectural History of Bristol Cathedral - On the Later Monuments in the Mayor's Chapel - On the Monumental Effigies of the Family of Berkeley - Cirencester Castle - Early Christianity in Gloucestershire - Notes on the Accounts of the Procurators, or Churchwardens, of the Parish of St. Ewen's, Bristol -1 - Refugee Settlements at Bristol - Notes on Some of the Constables of Bristol Castle and Town - Seal of the Hundred of Langley, Gloucestersrure - The Insignia and Plate of the City and County of Bristol - The Family of Yonge, or Young, of Bristol, and on the Red Lodge - The Surface Flints on the Cotteswold Hills - Notes on the Accounts of the Procurators, or Churchwardens, of the Parish of St. Ewen's, Bristol - 2 - The Cross at Ampney Crucis, Gloucestershire - A Further Communication on Documents connected with the Forest of Dene - The Will of William Selk, Vicar of All Saints, Bristol - Notes on Human Remains discovered at Clifford Chambers - Society Pages - 423 pages

Vol. 16 (1891-92) - Transactions at Malmesbury - On the Architecture of Malmesbury Church - Ancient Sculptures in the South Porch of Malmesbury Abbey Church - Transactions at Moreton-in-Marsh - The President's Inaugural Address - The History of Moreton-in-Marsh - The Last Battle of the First Civil War - Bourlon-on-the-Hill - Little Compton - its Church and Manor House - Worcester College, Oxford - Ladies" Costume in the Middle Ages as represented on Monumental Effigies and Brasses - Door-Frame at Ampney St. Mary, co. Gloucester - Transactions at Gloucester - Arnald de Berkeley, Baron of the Exchequer - Pedes Finium, or Excerpts from the Feet of Fines for the County of Gloucester, from the 7th John to the 57th Henry III - Notes on the Early English Lady Chapel, Gloucester Cathedral, built by Ralph and Olympias Wilington, A.D. 1224 - The Manor of Clifton - Gloucestershire in the Eighth Century - 286 pages

Vol. 17 (1892-93) - Transactions At Cirencester - The Parish Church of St. John the Baptist Cirencester - Cirencester Abbey Church - Cirencester Hospitals - Cirencester Grammar School - On a Roman Inscribed Stone Found At Cirencester - The Danes in Gloucestershire - The Berkeleys of Cobberley - Pedes Finium or Excerpts From the Feet of Fines, in the County of Gloucester, from the 30th Elizabeth to the 9th James I - On Some Pre-Roman Sculptured Slabs At DaglinS'vorth Church - The Armory And Merchants" Marks in the Ancient Church of Cirencester - Visit to Burford - Society Pages - 367 pages

Vol. 18 (1893-94) - Transactions at Newnham-on-Severn - The Course of Offa's Dyke in Gloucestershire - Cirencester Guild Merchant - Old Church Plate, and How to Describe It - The Whitsunday Rite at St. Briavel's - The Civil War in the Forest of Dean - The Benedictine Revival in the Huiccian Monasteries - A Family Connection of the Codrington Family in the 17th Century - Notes on the Borough and Manor of Newnham - The Ethnographical Survey of the United Kingdom - The Church Bells of Gloucestershire - The Dress of Civilians in the Middle Ages, from Monumental Effigies - The Knights Templars - The Pre-Domesday Hide of Gloucestershire - The Register of the Chapel of the Blessed Virgin Mary, in the Parish Church of Cirencester - Transactions at Gloucester - Transactions at Bristol - Transactions at Stroud - 397 pages

Vol. 19 (1894-95) - Transactions at Ledbury - Transactions at Bredon - A History of Kemerton - Overbury Church - Notes on the History of Beckford - Berkeley Minster - The Domestic Life of Berkeley Castle - Two Bristol Calendars - An Account of Roman and Mediaeval Remains found on the site of the Tolsey at Gloucester - The Tallage of 6 Edward II., and the Bristol Rebellion - Haresfield :Manors and Church - The Chantries of Westbury-on-Severn - On the Discovery of Skeletons at the Barton, Cirencester - Notes on a great Hoard of Roman Coins found at Bishop's Wood - Transactions at Berkeley - Society Pages - 485 pages

Vol. 20 (1895-97) - Transactions At Monmouth - Autumn Meeting At Cirencester, September 24th, 1896 - Notes on The First Bristol and Gloucestershire Printers - The Fatal Field of Agincourt - Monmouth Castle and Priory - Raglan Castle - Grosmont Castle, Skenfrith Castle and Church, Pembroke Castle - Bradley, Wotton-Under-Edge - Henry V. in Fiction and in Fact - Cirencester Documents - The Leper Hospitals of St. Margaret and St. Mary Magdalen By Gloucester - The Will of Godfrey Giffard, Bishop of Worcester A.D. 1301 - Notes on Ancient Mining Tools Found in the Forest of Dean - A Catalogue of Manuscripts in the British Museum Relating to the County of Gloucester and the City of Bristol - The Church Bells of Gloucestershire. II - Brimpsfield Castle and Its Owners - Architectural Notes on the Churches of St. John, Elkstone, and St. Giles, Cubberley. from the Glynne Mss - On Some Ancient Roads on the Cotswolds - The Cotswolds in the Time of the Romans - Cotswold in Saxon Times - Some Thoughts on Old English Architecture, with Special Reference to the Cotswolds - Transactions at the Spring Meeting, and Excursion to Birdlip, Brimpsfield, Elkstone, Cowley, and Cubberley - Transactions at the Annual Summer Meeting At Stow-On-The-Wold - Society Pages - 420 pages

Vol. 21 (1898) - Transactions at the Spring Meeting at Yate, and Excursion to Iron Acton, Yate Court, Horton, and Little Sodbury, June 7th, 1898 - The Description of the Manor Place of Yate in the Second Year of Ed,.,Tard Vi. (AD. 1548-9) - The Berkeleys at Yate - The Origin of the Mercian Shires - The Moats Or Waterforts of the Vale of the Severn - Notes On the Roman Basilica at Cirencester, Lately Discovered - Lambeth and Its Annals - Richard Whittington, a Gloucestersrure Man - London Churches of the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries - The Priory Church of S. Mary, Overie, Now the Collegiate Church of S. Saviour, Southwark - S. Bartholomew and His Cult in Medieval Times - Brewers" Hall - The Crypt of the Priory Church of St. John, at Oerkenwell - The Two Chapels in the Tower, of London - The Priory and Parochial Church of S. Helen's, Bishopsgate - S. Mary Abchurch with S. Lawrence Pountney - S. Stephen's, Walbrook - Transactions of the Bristol and Gloucestersrure Archaeological Society, at the Annual Summer Meeting in London, July 11th to 16th, 1898 - Memoir of the Family of Codrington of Codrington, Didmarton, Frampton-On-Severn, and Dodington - Society Pages - 441 pages

Vol. 22 (1899) - Transactions in the Nailsworth District, May 24th, 1899 - Transactions in the Fairford District, August 9th to 11th, 1899 - Stained and Painted Glass - Richard, Earl of Cornwall, and Henry of Almaine - Notes on Eastleach Martin and Eastleach Turville - Notes on Chavenage and the Stephens Family - Heraldry of the Summer Meeting - Pleas of the Crown at Bristol in 1287 - Documents Relating to the Monastery of st. Mary, Kingswood, Belonging to Mr. F. F. Fox - The Abbey of St. Mary, Hayles - Some Curious Incidents in Bristol History - The Transactions of the Society - Society Pages - 341 pages

Vol. 23 (1900) - Proceedings at the Meeting at Toddington, June 7th, 1900 - Proceedings at the Summer Meeting at Bath, July 17th, 18th and 19th 1900 - Roods and Roodlofts - Heraldic Notes Made During the Meeting at Toddington - Heraldic Notes Made During the Bath Meeting - St. Nicholas" Church, Gloucester - Bath, Mercian and West-Saxon - A Brief Account of the Stained and Painted Glass at Toddington House - The Manor and Church of Great Chalfield - Bristol Archaeological Notes For 1900 - The Holy Blood of Hayles - The Seals of Tewkesbury Abbey - Remains of a Roman Villa Discovered at Brislington, December, 1899 - The Roman Road On Durdham Down - Clifton in 1746 - An Ancient Bronze Figure from Aust - Society Pages - 430 pages

Vol. 24 (1901) - Proceedings at the Annual Spring Meeting at Winterbourne, Almondsbury, Over Court and Westbury-On-Trym, June 6th 1901 - Proceedings at the Annual Summer Meeting, at Chipping Campden, August 20th. 21st. and 22nd. 1901 - The Halleway Chauntry at the Parish Church of All Saints, Bristol, and the Halleway Family - The Architecture of Hayles Abbey - Bristol City Coat of Arms - The Family of Catchmay - A Note On Hidcote House - Aust, the Place of Meeting - The Hospital of St. John. Bristol - Sir John Fortescue, Buried at Ebrington, Gloucestershire - The Grammar School. Campden - Heraldry in Red Lodge. Bristol - Aust and Wiclif - Bristol Archaeological Notes For 1901-2 - Remains of a Roman Villa Discovered at Brislington, Bristol, December 1899 - The High Cross at Gloucester - The Maces. Swordbearer, and Swords of the City of Gloucester - King Alfred and His Family in Mercia - Society Pages - 397 pages

Vol. 25 (1902) - Proceedings at the Spring Meeting at Yatton, Wrington and Banwell - Proceedings at the Annual Summer Meeting at Tewkesbury - The Monks of the Monastery of S. Mary at Tewkesbury - On Certain Rare Monumental Effigies - Bristol Cathedral Heraldry - Notes on French Jubes Or Roodlofts - Monumental Effigies in Bristol and Gloucestershire - Rural Deanery of Bisley - Rural Deanery of South Forest - Rural Deanery of Bitton - Heraldry of the Winterboume Excursion - Heraldry of the Chipping Campden Meeting - The Story of the Two Lantonys - Deerhurst, Pershore and Westminster - Rural Deanery of Cheltenham - Rural Deanery of Cirencester - Rural Deanery of Stapleton - The Arrangement of the Chancel at Deerhurst - The Grave of Bishop Carpenter - Society Pages - 369 pages

Vol. 26 (1903) - Proceedings at the Annual Spring Meeting at Maimesbury and Sherston - Proceedings at the Annual Summer Meeting at Gloucester - Incidents in the Early History of Gloucester - The Maire of Bristowe Is Kalendar: Its List of Civic officers, Collated with Contemporary Legal Mss - Bristol Archaeological Notes For 1902 - The Stained Glass Art of the Fourteenth Century - Heraldry in Tewkesbury Abbey - The Battle of Tevlrkesbury, 1471 - Effigies of Bristol - The Mercers" and Linen Drapers" Company of Bristol - The Crypt Church, Gloucester, Sometimes Called St. Mary of South Gate - Osric of Gloucester - Notes on Roman Roads, with An Account of Excavations On the Fosse Road at Radstock and On a Road Near North Stoke, Bath - The So-called King's Board at Tibberton Court, Near Gloucester - Society Pages - 414 pages

Vol. 27 (1904) - Proceedings of the Annual Spring Meeting at Bredon, Strensham and Pershore - Proceedings of the Annual Summer Meeting at Hereford - The Early Connection between the Churches of Gloucester and Hereford - Effigies of Bristol - The Church and Monastery of Abbey Dore - Bristol Cathedral: The Choir Screen - The Date of Wansdyke - The Painswick or Ifold Villa - On Some Gloucestershire Manuscripts now in Hereford Cathedral Library - The Parish Records of All Saints Bristol - Heraldry Read at the Bredon Meeting - Effigies in Gloucester Cathedral - Bristol Archaeological Notes for 1903 - The Old Church of St Thomas the Martyr, Bristol - The Bristol Honvells - 449 pages

Vol. 28 (1905) - Proceedings at the Annual Spring Meeting at Berkeley and North Nibley - Proceedings at the Annual Summer Meeting at Cheltenham and Worcester - The Monastic and Kindred Institutions of Bristol and Gloucestershire - Some Ancient Deeds Relating to the Manor of Southam, Near Cheltenham - The Misereres in Gloucester Cathedral - Heraldic Notes of the Spring Excursion to Berkeley Castle - Notes on Heraldry in Churches During Cheltenham Meeting - Monumental Effigies, Deaneries of Stonehouse and Stow - The Ancient Tolzey and Pie Poudre Courts of Bristol - Some Notes On the Visitations of Gloucestershire - Index to the Heraldry in Bigland's History of Gloucestershire - 568 pages

Vol. 29 (1906) - Proceedings at the Annual Spring Meeting. at Chepstow, St. Briavels and Tintern - Proceedings at the Annual Summer Meeting at Bristol - Exhibition of Old Bristol Plans, Bristol Coinage, Antiquities, etc., at the Conversazione, Bristol, On July 17th, 1906 - The Religious Houses of Bristol and their Dissolution - Bristol Archaeological Notes For 1904 - Notes on Crania Found On the Site of the Carmelite Friary - Monumental Effigies (I) - Certain Roman Remains at Watercombe, Near Bisley - Monumental Effigies (II) - Bristol Archaeological Notes For 1905 - Gilbert De Laci (1108-1163) and Pain Fitzjohn (-1137) - Some Notes On the Purlieus of the Forest of Dean - On a Roman Road from Old Sarum to Uphill, and its Structure at Chewton Mendip, Where Cut Through in 1906 - Notes On the Iron are Mines of the Forest of Dean, and On the History of their Working - Grant By Sir John Benet of Doyly in the County of Middlesex, to Pembroke College in the University of Oxford in 1676 - Society Pages - 449 pages

Vol. 30 (1907) - Proceedings at the Annual Spring Meeting at Northleach and Chedworth - Proceedings at the Annual Summer Meeting at Cirencester - The Modern Status of Archaeology and the Hopes of Archaeology in Relation to Certain Dark Periods in Britain - The Archaeology of Tradition - The Silver Plate and Insignia of the City of Gloucester - Monumental Effigies: Rural Deanery of Hawkesbury - The Priory of St. Guthlac, Hereford - Bristol Archaeological Notes For 1906 - The Medieval Chapels of Bristol - Bristol Archaeological Notes For 1907 - Notes on a Leaden Vessel in Gloucester Museum - On a Skeleton and Other Relics Lately Found in a Romano-British Settlement at Radstock - Witcombe Villa - The Lond Or Loud Brass in St. Peter's Church, Bristol - Note On the Printed Text of William Worcestre - The Heraldry of Some of the Citizens of Bristol Between 1662 and 1688 - Society Pages - 381 pages

Vol. 31 (1908) - Proceedings at the Annual Spring Meeting at Newent - Proceedings at the Annual Summer Meeting at Cardiff - Early Connection Betw'een Glamorgan and Gloucestersrure - Monumental Effigies (I) - Gloucestersrure Mediaeval Libraries - Monumental Effigies (II) - The Smyths of Ashton Court - Caerphilly Castle - St. John's Church, Cardiff - The Gloucestersrure Fonts - Head of An Early Fourteenth-Century Effigy in St. Prulip's Church, Bristol - A Few Notes On the Heraldry Seen at the Spring Meeting, June 2nd, 1908 - Bristol Archaeological Notes For 1908,1909 - 364 pages

Vol. 32 (1909) - Proceedings at the Annual Spring Meeting at Standish, Moreton Valence, Frampton and Leonard Stanley - Proceedings at the Annual Summer Meeting at Evesham - An Address Delivered at Evesham By the President of the Society - The Campaign of Evesham, June-August 1265 - The Almshouses of Bristol - The Northern Boundary of Gloucestersrure - Church Furniture and Decoration of the Renaissance Period in Bristol - Some Ancient Deeds Relating to Walton, Cardiff - On a Hoard of Half-Crowns of Charles I Deposited Early in 1645 - The Chronological Sequence of the Bristol Parish Churches - Monumental Effigies - St. Peter's Church, Bristol - Gloucestersrure Fonts - Bristol Archaeological Notes For 1909 - 400 pages

Vol. 33 (1910) - Proceedings at the Annual Spring Meeting at Toddington and Winchcombe - Proceedings at the Annual Summer Meeting at Oxford - An Address Delivered at Oxford By the President of the Society - The Founders" Book of Tewkesbury Abbey - The Roman Pavement at the Barton, Cirencester - Monumental Effigies - The Parochial Boundaries of Bristol - The Forest of Dean and its Relations with the Crown During the Twelfth and Thirteenth Centuries - Gloucestersrure Fonts - The Owners of the Great House, Henbury, Gloucestersrure - The Manor and Site of Hullasey, Gloucestersrure - Society Pages - 418 pages

Vol. 34 (1911) - Proceedings at the Annual Spring Meeting at Bristol - Proceedings at the Annual Summer Meeting at Oxford and Fairford - Chronological Tables Relating to Oxford - An Address Delivered at Oxford - Bristol Archaeological Notes For 1910 - Burford Priory - Ancient Painted Glass in Gloucester Cathedral - The Gloucestersrure Bell-Foundries - Heraldic Notes Taken During the Oxford Meeting of 1920 - Monumental Effigies - Gloucester Cathedral - Gloucestersrure Fonts - Society Pages - 303 pages

Vol. 35 (1912) - Notes on the Burial-Places of England's Royal House - An Account of the Heath House Estate, Stapleton Gloucestershire - Some Account of Sir Robert atkyns the Younger and Other-Members of the Atkyns Family - Monument to and Heraldry of Sir John and Dame Yonge (Young) in Bristol Cathedral - Bristol Archaeological Notes For 1911 - Banwell Screen and Rood-Loft - Portraits of the Bishops of Gloucester - Proceedings at the Annual Spring Meeting at Dursley - Proceedings at the Annual Summer Meeting at Ross - Society Pages - 222 pages

Vol. 36 (1913) - Proceedings at the Annual Summer Meeting at Wells and Glastonbury - Proceedings at the Autumn Meeting at Gloucester, Tredington, Stoke Orchard and Swindon - Thomas Bekynton - An Account of the Leigh Woods, in the Parish of Long Ashton, County of Somerset - Bristol Archaeological Notes For 1912 - The History of Kempley Manor and Church, Gloucestershire - Flowers in Stone As Applied to the Church Architecture of Bristol - Gloucestershire Fonts - Note on the Entry in Domesday Book Relating to Westbury-on-Severn - Places of Meeting and Presidents of the Society - Places Visited. Chronological List - Places Visited. County and Alphabetical List - Report On the Excavation at Druid Stoke - The 1625 Survey of the Smaller Manor of Clifton - Trinity Hospital, Bristol - Old Arle Court - The Woollen Industry of Gloucestershire: A Retrospect - Flowers in Stone - 430 pages

Vol. 37 (1914) - Proceedings at the Annual Spring Meeting at Avening, Doughton, Tetbury, Beverston and Crudwell - Proceedings at the Annual Summer Meeting at Warwick, Coventry and Stratford - Presidential Address - Presentation to the Rev. C. S. Taylor - Some Notes On Tetbury, its Church and Court Leet - An Introduction to the Cartulary of St. Mary's, Warwick - A Brief Account of the Church of St. John Baptist, Coventry, and its Precincts - Gloucestershire Fonts - Letters of Thomas Dudley Fosbroke - The Manuscripts of Coventry - Dr. Johnson's Friends and the Cotswolds - Early Deeds Relating to St. Peter's Abbey, Gloucester - Heraldry On the Maps in the Second Part of Volume 35 - Society Pages - 287 pages

Vol. 38 (1915) - Proceedings at the Annual General Meeting at Gloucester - Visit to Leonard Stanley - Early Deeds Relating to St. Peter's Abbey, Gloucester - Further Early Deeds Relating to St. Peter's Abbey, Gloucester - The East Window of Gloucester Cathedral - Notes On the Ecclesiastical History of the Parish of Henbury - Gloucestershire Fonts. - Local and other notes - Society Pages - 256 pages

Vol. 39 (1916) - The Legend of St. Kenelm - Gloucestershire Fonts. - Herefordshire Place-Names - Ancient Stained Glass in the Parish Church of St. John, Cirencester - Additions to Mr. Chubb's Descriptive Catalogue of Printed Maps of Gloucestershire - Society Pages - 303 pages

Vol. 40 (1917) - Proceedings at the Annual General Meeting at Gloucester - The Ethnologist in Archaeology - Gloucestershire Fonts. (a) 15th Century - The Norman Settlement of Gloucestershire - Withington Peculiar - Pauntley Manor and the Pauntley Custom - The Arms of the See of Gloucester - Some Early Artists of Gloucester - 206 pages

Vol. 41 (1918-19) - Proceedings at Annual General Meeting, Bristol, 1918 - The Work of the Society. Address - Gloucestershire Fonts: (b) 15th Century - Correspondence Betw'een the Abbot of St. Augustine's, Bristol, and the Prior of Worcester in 1311 - Gloucestershire Bell Foundries Continued. II. the Bristol Foundry - Fresh Material Evidence Relating to Norman Gloucester - People of Some Importance in Medieval Gloucester - Rules of the Society As Amended 22nd July, 1918 - Proceedings at Annual General Meeting, Bristol, 1919 - An Archaeological Survey - An Archaeological Revival. Address - Proceedings at Autumnal Meeting, Cirencester, 1919 - Report On a Search For the Site of the Chapel of St. Blasius, Henbury - Visit to the Churches of Barnsley, Bibury, Aldsworth, Winson, Coin Rogers, and CoIn St. Denys - North Nibley Tithe Terrier - Lech1ade Hospital - 371 pages

Vol. 42 (1920) - Proceedings at the Annual Summer Meeting, Malvern, June, 1920 - Presidential Address - A Sketch of the History of Malvern and its Owners - The 'Collegiate" Church of Ledbury - The Architecture of the Church of St. Michael, Ledbury - Gloucestershire Fonts (c) Fifteenth Century - A Glass House at Nailsworth (16th and 17th Century) - Some Miscellaneous Bristol Deeds - Bristol Archaeological Notes, 1913-1919 - Miscellaneous Notes On Gloucestershire Bells - Society Pages - 232 pages

Vol. 43 (1921) - Proceedings at the Annual Summer Meeting at Gloucester, July, 1921 - Presidential Address - Some Recent Discoveries at Flaxley Abbey, Glos., and their Relation to Mr. Middleton's Plan Made in 1881 - The Customs of the Forest of Dean - St. Briavel's Castle (Ledeney Parva) - The Jurisdiction of the Archbishops of York in Gloucestershire, with Some Notes On the History of the Priory of St. Oswald at Gloucester - Avening Church - The Glass of the East Window of the Lady Chapel in Gloucester Cathedral - What Was the Primary Use of 'Low Side Windows" - Bristol and the Rev. Dr. Thos. White's Essex Estates - Notes on Portraits of Sir Edward Massey - The Early Years of the Royal Gloucester Yeomanry Cavalry - An Inventory of the Goods of John

White of Brystowe Taken in 1559 - 340 pages

Vol. 44 (1922) - Proceedings at the Spring Meeting at Chepstow and Tintem 29th May 1922 - Proceedings of the Annual Summer Meeting at Tetbury and Malmesbury 22nd July 1922 - Keynotes on Collecting - Bristol Archaeological Notes, 1920-1923 including the latest 'Chatterton Find" - The Excavation at Cirencester, February - March 1922 - On the Inscribed Brick-Tabula found at
Cirencester - Early charters of Saint Nicholas Church, Bristol - Philip Jones of Cirencester - Early Bristol Medical Institutions, the Medieval Hospitals, and Barber Surgeons - Gloucestershire Fonts (d) Fifteenth Century - A hitherto unknovm Original Print of the Great Plan of Bristol by Jacobus Millerd, 1673 - Stanley St. Leonards - St Mary Redcliffe, Bristol - The Great East Window of Gloucester Cathedral - Inscription at Clapton - Gloucestershire Literature: Supplement to the "Bibliographer's Manual" - Conference of Record Societies - Schedule of Ancient Monuments - Bristol Diocesan Advisory Committee - Celt at Ozleworth - Millerd's Plan of Bristol, 1673 - Cavalry Standards at Bromesberrow - Cirencester Place-names: Lewis Street - Society Pages - 394 pages

Vol. 45 (1923) - Proceedings at the Spring Meeting at Frocester, Stanley St. Leonard, Sapperton and Miserden, 28th May, 1923 - Proceedings at the Annual Summer Meeting at Chipping Campden, September, 1923 - Presidential Address - The Church and Rectory of Buckland - Custom-Scrubs or Roman Tump - A Romano-Celtic Sculpture at Churcham - Bromesberrow - Annalia Dubrensia - Tobacco Pipes of Bristol of the 17th Century and their Makers - Excavations at Sea Mills - Some Early Court Rolls of the Manors of Stonehouse, King's Stanley, Woodchester, and Achards - The First Latin-English Dictionary. A Bristol University Manuscript - Excavations at 'Chapel Haye," Churchdown - A Roman Draught-Board - Romano-British Villa at Whitminster - Compotus Roll of Tewkesbury Abbey - The Society's Library - The Brin-vell Library - Ancient Bridges - County Muniments - English Place-Names - Records of York - Romano-British Altar at Siddington - The Paen at Cirencester - The Roman-British Stationes on Irmin Street - Ancient Monuments in Gloucestershire - 377 pages

Index to Volumes 1-20 - 267 pages

Index to Volumes 21-40 - 426 pages


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