Quarterly Reviews

Last updated on July 4th, 2017 at 11:51 pm

red road triangular sign inside which a contruction worker is sweeping up...Content will be linked here as it is moved from the old website…

Watch this space…and apologies for the delay.

Walsham History Group are now producing reviews tri-annually so maybe the name of the page will have to change.

These are all the Quarterly Reviews up to January 2015. Each of the titles will be turned into a link as the new pages are created here from the old website. Watch this space.
IssueDateTitle
11997 AprilTransported for Life
21997 JulyThe Earthquake of 1580 and William Withers of Walsham
31997 OctoberThe History of a House
41998 JanuaryEarly Congregationalism in Walsham le Willows
51998 AprilOn the Verge of Extinction
61998 JulyThe Hawes of Walsham le Willows "A Probable Family History (Part One)"
71998 October“This Sun of York” – in Suffolk
81999 JanuaryThe Hawes of Walsham le Willows – A Probable Family History (Part Two)
91999 AprilThe Folks Who Lived on Joly Cote Hill (Part One)
101999 JulyThe Folks Who Lived on Joly Cote Hill (Part Two)
111999 OctoberCaptain Raphe Margery "Walsham's Ironside"
122000 JanuaryMary Boyce
132000 AprilMary Martin – A Seven Year Old Apprentice
142000 JulyElizabeth de la Pole and Walsham
152000 OctoberPink Pills for Pale People – and Other Elixirs
162001 JanuaryThe Beeches and It’s Occupants
172001 AprilThe de Elmham and Hastings Shields
182001 JulyWalsham’s Two Medieval Windmills
192001 OctoberPubs, Past and Present – A History of Drinking in Walsham le Willows (Part One)
202002 JanuaryPubs, Past and Present – A History of Drinking in Walsham le Willows (Part Two)
212002 AprilFarming in Walsham in the Middle Ages
222002 JuneJohn Hynsby alias Hinsby, Hensby, Hemsby, Hensbie – a man of note in 17th Century Walsham
232002 OctoberTown Farm Allotments and the Poor
242003 JanuaryThe Priory Room
252003 AprilBequeathed by Elizabeth Elmham
262003 JulyWalsham’s Opposition to Vaccination
272003 October“A Family of High Respectability” The Victorian Martineaus
282004 JanuaryThe story of Herbert Pike, a 19th century Apprentice
292004 AprilThe Early History of The Six Bells (medieval name Fullers)
302004 JulyThe Game Place
312004 SeptemberRoses round the Door
322005 JanuaryAfter the Plague
332005 AprilNo wicker bottles or Taverne potte
342005 JulyWilliam Potenger, a 15th century Chaplain
352005 OctoberThe Carpenters Bills from the Walsham Town Wardens Accounts 1709-1740
362006 JanuaryIn Account With William Clamp
372006 AprilThe Hilda Lamb Story
382006 JulyThe Chestnuts –detective work
392006 ctoberA First for Suffolk
402007 JanuaryGraffiti at St Mary's
412007 AprilThe Folks Who Lived on Joly Cote Hill
422007 JulyNonconformist Chapels in Walsham le Willows
432007 OctoberLast Day At The Vicarage 1859
442008 JanuaryThe Bells of Saint Mary's
452008 AprilAnnouncement Of New Publication: A Story of Walsham Folk: The Village of Walsham le Willows 1800-1850
462008 JulyWalsham's Lost Wall Painting
472008 SeptemberWalsham Under Water
482009 JanuaryWalsham Hall
492009 AprilA Vicar Of Walsham
502009 JulyWalsham le Willows Infant School from the Log Books 1872–1916
512009 OctoberA Village Family: The Nunns
522010 JanuaryLooking for Oswald
532010 AprilThe National School in Walsham le Willows
542010 JulyThe Start of the Twentieth Century
552010 OctoberToo Young to be a Doctor
562011 JanuaryWalsham to Wakefield: A move up north
572011 AprilFrom Walsham le Willows to Bury Gaol; Extracts from 19Th Century Gaol Receiving Books
582011 JulyMid Summer (Road) Murder – 100 Years Ago
592011 OctoberThe Walsham Institute Penny Savings Bank
602012 JanuaryThe Congregational Church
612012 AprilThe Parish Constables of Walsham le Willows
622012 July100 Years Ago: The Great Walsham Flood of 1912
632012 OctoberThe Walsham Institute Penny Savings Bank (A clarification of Walsham History Group Review No.59)
642013 JanuaryOld Walsham Sayings and Tales
652013 AprilFrom Walsham le Willows to Bury Gaol (Part 2)
662013 JulyMore About the Walsham Floods of 1912 and 1968 (See Review No. 62 July 2012)
672013 OctoberThe Account of Walsham High Hall Manor
682014 JanuaryWhat the Papers Said: 100 Years Ago
692014 AprilSt Mary’s Tower and Clock: A Detective Story
702014 JulyWalsham and the Great War
712014 OctoberThe Rookwood Charity–Charity Number 213695–1 1568
722015 JanuaryChristmas in the 1930s