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8th Hertfordshire Battalion: photographs and related information

Identifier: DE/Yo/G/10/3 · Date: (1940s) · Author: Hertfordshire Archives and Local Studies

Copy photographs from Ministry of Information [MOI] Series, Imperial War Museum. Material collated for research purposes prior to the publication of 'The Home Guard in Hertfordshire, 1940 - 1945',...

American Red Cross

· Author: Hertfordshire Archives and Local Studies

Brewing Book

Identifier: DE/Sb/B74 · Date: 1853 - 1860 · Author: Hertfordshire Archives and Local Studies

Weekly entries

British Red Cross Society: Hertfordshire Branch

· Author: Hertfordshire Archives and Local Studies

[The 3rd Countess of Verulam was a Vice-President of the St Albans, London Colney, Redbourn and Sandridge District of the British Red Cross Society, 1917]

Buckland

· Author: Hertfordshire Archives and Local Studies

[See DE/Sb/T159 for Red Lion, Chipping]

Buffalo’s Head

· Author: Hertfordshire Archives and Local Studies

Formerly Red Lion, Puckeridge

Buntingford Church of England School

Identifier: HEd1/227 · Author: Hertfordshire Archives and Local Studies

Formerly Buntingford National School. Also includes a log book from Buntingford British School which seems to have merged with the C of E School.

Copy photographs of 11th Hertfordshire Battalion

Identifier: DE/Yo/G/13/1 · Date: (1943) · Author: Hertfordshire Archives and Local Studies

Copies made from Imperial War Museum. Material collated for research purposes prior to the publication of 'The Home Guard in Hertfordshire, 1940 - 1945', by J D Sainsbury. Some images used in the ...

Cowper Secondary Modern School, Hertford, Boys and Longmore Secondary Modern School, Hertford, Girls

Identifier: HEd1/90 · Date: 1945 - 1948 · Author: Hertfordshire Archives and Local Studies

Please note that the Cowper Secondary Modern School was a re-foundation on the basis of the Cowper Testimonial All-age School. Its records include a log book (ref: HEd1/88/2), which is a continuous...

Executorship Accounts

· Author: Hertfordshire Archives and Local Studies

Earl Cowper's brother, Edward Spencer Cowper, and Charles Cowper were named as Executors of the Earl's will (see DE/P/F454). However, most of the executorship papers are in the hand of or bear anno...