Stanton on the Wolds Parish Council
The following Newsletters have all been published.
Local history notes appeared in the following issues:
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Issue 39: A 'Mammoth' barbecue ?
Issue 36: The 'identity' of the Stanton incised effigial slab - part 2
Issue 35: "Time Team" in action at Stanton (an effort to find another Neolithic hut floor)
Issue 34: The Stanton incised effigial slab - Part 1
Issue 32: A 'lucky strike' (The finding of a gun flint and lead musket & pistol balls)
Issue 30: The Stanton snail(s)
Issue 29: A belated well done (Nottingham School Board good attendance medals)
Issue 29: A small black spot (Roman pottery found in the village and marked on the Ordnance Survey map of Roman Britain)
Issue 27: The Stanton 'Waters' (The history of a navvy family who worked on the Stanton railway tunnel)
Issue 26: An early Medieval Pilgrim's ampulla for Holy Water
Issue 24: "The Out-stuffe" (Medieval names for farm implements and animals)
Issue 23: "In-stuffe" and "Out-stuffe"
Issue 22: Field walking around Stanton
Issue 21: The Stanton Chickens (a local family with this surname)
Issue 20: A second Stanton Neolithic stone age axe
Issue 19: A Shocking affair
Issue 18: Revolting peasants
Issue 17: All Saints to be demolished and rebuilt
Issue 16: The Stanton Flowers (a local family with this surname)
Issue 15: The Norman Conquest and Stanton on the Wolds
Issue 14: The coming and going of the Midland Railway
Issue 13: The Reverend Warcup Putsey 1781-1848
Issue 12: The Stanton on the Wolds Parish Registers
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