At a local printer I can get printed and simply bound copies of each of the following PDFs, I can post them to any interested reader at costs varying with the length of the study (pages).
Please contact me at the address below for any further information.
1 See the following articles; (a) Doris Clarke, a life (b) Sidney Walter Clarke (with a focus on the latter part of the Great War and Occupation of the Rhineland) (c) The History of the Old Post Office, Boughton, Norfolk (d) The family tree of Richard Sidney Clarke, 1948-
2 Miscellaneous memorabilia from Doris’ time at the GrammarSchool (late 1930s) and of mine (1959-1966) have been deposited at Downham Market Museum.
List of Publications
St. Nicholas, Beverley (late 1980s, part funded by Beverley Arts Committee).
Housing for the Rural Working Classes of East Yorkshire in the late Nineteenth Century and the Development of Early Rural Council Housing to 1939 (M.Phil. thesis, 1992).
‘Walking the Clay Bank’ – contribution in Walton J. (ed.) Aspects of Northern Lincolnshire (Wharnecliffe Books, 2002).
Keelby Parish and People 1880-1918 (W.E.A. Keelby branch, 1997).
Winteringham 1761-1871 (W.E.A. Winteringham branch (Belton Ltd.), 1999.
Barton upon Humber Town Guide (Barton Civic Society, 2009 (revised).
Discover Barton, Parish Pathways Inland and Parish Pathways Humber Bank Area (Barton Civic Society, 2002, reprinted 2007.
Housing in a Nineteenth Century North Lincolnshire Market Town: a study of Barton-on-Humber (Fathom Writers Press, 2012).
Hull in the Beginning (Vol. 14 Journal of the East Yorkshire Local History Soc., 2013).
Hessle Local History Society Newsletter, History of Hessle Common – series of four extended articles (ongoing).
The Low Villages magazine, series of 12 articles on the landscape history of the five Low Village parishes (ongoing).
M. Phil. thesis Housing for the rural working classes of East Yorkshire in the late 19th century and the Development of Early Rural Council Housing to 1939 (Humberside University, 1992).
A number of the extended articles reproduced here as pdfs are products of extensive research, that being so I hope to have some published in the not too distant future.