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Books:

1.  Beverley in Mid-Victorian Times. Hutton Press, 1990.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2. .  The Diary of Robert Sharp of South Cave: life in a Yorkshire village, 1812–   1837. Oxford: O.U.P. for the British Academy, 1997. – Records of  Social and Economic History. New Series, 26 (joint editor).

3.  Descriptions of East Yorkshire: de la Pryme to Head. East Yorkshire Local History Society, 1992. — (Series, no. 45).

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

4. Easington Church Institute and Hall: a short history. Beverley: TaylorSyms, 2005 (joint author).

5.  Enclosure Commissioners and Surveyors of the East Riding. East Yorkshire Local History Society, 1986. — (Series, no. 40).

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

6. The People Along the Sand: the Spurn Peninsula and Kilnsea: a history, 1800–2000. Chichester: Phillimore, 2006.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 7.Spurn and Kilnsea in Bygone Days: a miscellany. Lulu.com. 2007. (joint author)

 

Articles:

1.  ‘Agricultural land use in 1801’; in:  An Historical Atlas of East Yorkshire (University of Hull Press, 1996), pp.68–9.

2.  ‘Agriculture’; in:  A Guide to Local Studies in East Yorkshire (Hutton Press,1985),  pp.137–51.

3.  ‘The ale-houses of Spurn and Kilnsea’, Spurn Wildlife, no. 3, 1993, pp. 58–62.

4.  ‘Blue bells and beacons: a Spurn A–Z’, Spurn Wildlife, no. 13, 2003, pp. 10–15.

5.  ‘Coxswains of Spurn and their families’, Spurn Wildlife, no. 11, 2001, pp. 84–7.

6.  ‘ “Human bones at Kilnsea as coals to Newcastle”: the two St. Helen’s churches’,    Spurn Wildlife, no. 5, 1995, pp. 71–4.

7.  ‘The incidence and chronology of parliamentary enclosure’; in:  An Historical Atlas of East Yorkshire (University of Hull Press, 1996), pp.66–7.

8.  ‘Landownership and parish type, c.1830.’; in:  An Historical Atlas of East Yorkshire (University of Hull Press, 1996), pp.62–3.

9.  ‘New light on Beverley: street lighting in the 19th century’, East Yorkshire Local History Society Bulletin, no. 32, autumn, 1985.

10. ‘Turnpike trusts’; in:  An Historical Atlas of East Yorkshire (University of Hull  Press, 1996), pp.94–5.

11. ’Watch this space—the debate about hedgerows: a note’, East Yorkshire Local History Society Bulletin, no. 55, winter, 1996/7.