Useful books for property history

BIBLIOGRAPHY

The books listed below are either held in one of the Record Offices or are available in any library through the interlibrary loan service.

BOOKS ON PROPERTY HISTORY AND ARCHITECTURE

Sue Andrews, How to begin tracing the history of your home, the author, nd

B Breckon, Tracing the History of Houses, Newbury Countryside Books, 1991

R J Brown, Timber-framed Buildings of England, Robert Hale Ltd, 1986

R W Brunskill, Illustrated handbook of Vernacular Architecture, Faber, 1971

P Bushell, Tracing the History of your House, Pavilion, 1989

L F Cave, The Smaller English House Its History and Development,Hale, 1981

P Cunnington, How old is your House?, Alphabooks, 1982

B Flint, Suffolk Windmills, Boydell Press, 1979

B Greysmith Tracing the History of your house, Headway, 1994

E Gray, The British House: a concise Architectural History, Barrie and Jenkins, 1994

S Hart, Flint Architecture of East Anglia, Giles de la Mare, 2000

N Harvey, Old Farm Buildings, Shire Publications, 1977

D Iredale, Discovering your Old House, Shire Publications, 1997

N Lloyd, A History of the English House, Omega, 1985

J McCann, Clay and Cob Buildings, Shire Publications, 1995

D Reagan, Windmills of Suffolk, the author, 1997

E Sandon, Suffolk Houses, Baron Publishing, 1977

T West, The Timber-frame House in England, David & Charles, 1971

BOOKS ON SOURCES USED TO TRACE THE HISTORY OF PROPERTY

A A Dibden, Title deeds, Historical Association, 1968

S Hollowell, Enclosure Records for Historians, Phillimore, 2000

Denis Stuart, Manorial Records, Phillimore, 1992

Patrick Palgrave-Moore, How to locate and use Manorial Records, Elvey Dowes, 1985