Protesters outside Savills Estate Agents on the roundabout in Beaconsfield Old Town. They are there most weeks. Electronic copy only.
Small article with photograph plus a copy. Article details how lovely both towns are and its history and shops.
3 pages of design details as to how to lay out a parterre. Details include Hall Place and its parterre.
2 black and white photographs on Beaconsfield Town Council elected representatives names and contact details. Mayor Jacquetta Lowen-Cooper. Deputy Mayor Mr H A V Wilson
7 sheets and a photocopy of sheet 1 details restoration of the 5 listed monuments and graves in St Mary and All Saints Church. Sketches and details of materials incuded. Turrell Tomb, Waller Tomb, Smith Tomb, Hollis and Anthony Family Tomb,
Colourful 4 page card detailing services around the Christmas period in 2005. St Thomas’s Reverend Richard Caddell. St Marys and All Saints Reverend John Wynburne. St Michaels and All Angels Reverend Robert Spicer. Beaconsfield Baptist Church Reverend Chris Justice.
Handwritten article. Difficult to translate. Details various seats including Edmund Wallers families. Where they are positioned and state of repair. Covers for the font and carpet to be altered. No poor mans box noted. Areas of decay noted, including parsonage house and barns.
Typed in Olde English from 18th July 1522. Inventory of all the goods in the Parish church of Beaconsfield. 2 chests are recorded and contents. Chalice of silver, a piece of gold and purple velvet, crimson velvet cloth various items of clothes, candlesticks, alter clothes and font cloths and many other items difficult to interpret.
Notes on his life from 1804-1881. He was jewish but had all his children baptised! after falling out with the synagogue. He lost 2 by-elections. He was a radical. He published articles and books many political. He married a friends widow in 1839 just before being elected to Shrewsbury as MP. He was a conservative. ...
A reprint of an article about G K Chesterton. The gentle child who championed the little man….. 4 pages with poor quality photographs and detailing his life. Born in 1874 in Kensington. He couldn’t read until the age of 9 years. He was backward in St Pauls school. Investigations revealed he was very short sighted. ...
Article summarising Edmund Wallers life. His battle with parliament and banishment to France with a £10,000 fine in 1643 and his various allegiances to different monarchs. He was a good orator which may also have saved his life. A few samples of poetry are included. He had 5 sons and 8 daughters.