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Abbey, Tintern and Bigsweir Turnpike Trust

14.5

Abbeys

Flaxley - iron working 1.12

Abbots Wood, by Stan Bosher

33.46

Abbotswood

Boundaries 1281 1.12; Crown freehold 16.5; House 11.7

Abenhall

Dean Road 4.38, 11.32; Maynard Colchester-Wemyss' estate 7.25; Ralph of Abenhall 1282 10.27

Abenhall

Flints 13.45; Guns Mill 15.33

Accidents

Union Pit 6.4; Whitecroft Mill 21.62; Brain's Tramway 1871 18.44; Westbury Brook mine 22.27

Accidents

Trafalgar Colliery 18.34; Accident and Death Society 18.64; Plump Hill quarry 25.33

Acetone

Production 24.7

ADAMS, G.W.

Was there a connection between rural Romano-Celtic temples and Romanised villas? Lydney Temple and the Chesters Villa      19.59

Adams, S & T (Coal Owners)

3.41

Adams, Thomas, Freeminer

3.5

Adding color to history: Diaries of Thomas Hale 1885-1893, by Nicola Wynn

34.37

Address by the Lord-Lieutenant of Gloucestershire… 30th June 2018

33.4

Adsett Congregational Chapel, Westbury upon Severn, by Averil Kear

18.18

Aeroplane at Cinderford, The first, [anon.]

19.54

Agriculture, Dean, in the 20th century, by Christine Martyn

16.52

Aldridge, Geoff, mayor of Whitecroft

26.50.

Allaston

Dean Road 4.35, 11.27; Domesday 5.20; Driffield Farm 20.33

Aluredestone

Domesday 5.11, 5.19

Aluredestone of Domesday, by Cyril Hart

5.19

Alveredestone see Aluredestone

 

Alvington

Cross 2.36, 4.60; Domesday 5.19; Priory 7.21; Church 12.20; Preaching cross 14.61; Milestone 14.7

Alvington

John Madok's will, 1482 6.26; Poaching 13thC 5.12; Forest Eyres, 1258 8.21, 1282 10.27

Alvington

Kear's Grove 11.39; Bellringers 24.38; Joseph family 24.39; Clanna House 31.52

Alvynton, William, 1538

7.22

Ancient and notable trees in and around Dean, by Ian Standing

2.2

Ancient and notable trees in and around Dean, part two, by Ian Standing

3.25

Ancient locations in the Forest of Dean, by Cyril Hart (with Gordon Clissold)

15.17

Ancient trees of Lydney Park, The, by Geoff Waygood and Ian Standing

4.44

Another elegy in a country churchyard, by Grace Bensted and Kathleen Cave

2.46

ANSTIS,Bess

Archie Freeman and Cinderford: 100 years - 1896 to 1996      12.4

ANSTIS,Ralph

The Birch Hill tramroad     2.52

ANSTIS,Ralph

The Teague tramroads     3.5

ANSTIS,Ralph

The Trafalgar frog, with Dave Tuffley

ANSTIS,Ralph

Warren James and the Dean Forest riots - book review by Dr. L.M. Mayer-Jones 2.55

Archaeological finds, Some recent, by Brian Johns

Polished stone axe head; flint implements; finely tooled arrow head 9.39

Archaeological notes, by Bryan Walters

St Briavels; Newland; English Bicknor; Ruardean; Cherry Orchard; Lower Lydbrook; Steam Mills; Littledean; Great Howle; Hudnalls; Tidenham

Archaeological notes, by Bryan Walters

Coleford; St Briavels;Eastbach Ct; Lower Lydbrook; Oldcroft; Staunton; Lydney; Blakeney; Edgehills  2.56

Archaeological notes, by Bryan Walters

[50 sites - a good year!]  3.59

Archaeological notes, by Ian Standing

Lydney bypass, earthwork, flint; Coleford/ Stowfield/ Woorgreen/Leyshill flints; Staunton slag; Patten stone  4.62

Archaeological notes, by D.J. Price

Dean Road; Flints, Parson's Allotment, Tidenham Chase; Sherds, Newnham  5.67

Archaeological notes, by David Mullin

Dean Road; Earthwork in Cornage Wood, Lea  7.57

Archaeological notes, by David J. Price

Roman coin, Parkend; Flint scraper, Symonds Yat; Roman coin, Whitecroft; Stone basin, Ruspidge  6.49

Archaeological notes, by David J. Price

1stC pot, Symonds Yat; Welshbury sword; Stone-working at Mainscot Wood  7.59

Archaeological Notes, by Brian Johns and Alf Webb

Polished flint axes; flint arrow head; metallic finds 13.44

Archaeology

Blakeney Hill 8.36; Blakeney, Etloe, Purton 10.40; Bideford Brook Blakeney, 24.43; Wenchford 19.27

Archaeology

Wye Valley 30.4; Brookways Ditch, Parkend 33.39; Dr Scott-Garrett 35.8; Ruardean Castle 35.18

Archie Freeman and Cinderford: 100 years... by Bess Anstis

12.5

Ardland, Ardlond see Edland

 

Ariconium

Dean Road 1.5, 4.37; Samian ware 1.36; Bloomery slag 4.11; Rotary quern 6.30.

Arlingham

King's highway' 3.55; Severn Tunnel 15.8; Ferry 18.29

Arrow stones

6.19, 8.45

Arthur and Edward Colliery

9.3

 

Arthur Bernard Clifford: a lifetime of rescue,  by Roger Deeks

35.31

Arthur Trotter and the slanting shaft engine, by Robert Oliver

29.62

Ashleworth Green

 

Assarts

1.2; 5.12; 11.36

Aston Bridge

Lodge 19.20.

Aston Ingham

Forest Eyre 1258, 8.21

ATKINS,Mary

Charles Wesley and the Forest of Dean     21.49

ATKINS,Mary

Church bells of the Forest of Dean     24.36

ATKINS,Mary

Clanna House c1586-c1952  31.52

ATKINS,Mary

Dr Charles Scott Garrett 1885-1972       23.50

ATKINS,Mary

The Forest of Dean Local History Society 1948-2008     22.4

ATKINS,Mary

John 'Crasher' White     25.37

ATKINS,Mary

Jolly John Nash - a Forest 'lion comique'     23.60

ATKINS,Mary

Kempley's churches - new and old, with Pat Williams     25.74

ATKINS,Mary

A ramble through Woolaston history     25.59

ATKINS,Mary

Reverend Henry George Nicholls MA, the Forest's first historian     23.18

ATKINS,Mary

The Smarts of Woolaston 1500-1689     22.42

ATKINSON,HowardD.

Excavations at Stock Farm, Clearwell     2.28

Atkinson, John

5.56

Atkinson's and Sopwith's plans of the Forest of Dean, by Ian Standing

5.51

Attempts to date a hearth site: charcoal hearth survey, Blakeney Hill woodland, by Brian Johns

7.8

Attempts to date a hearth site: an update... in Blakeney Hill woodland..., by Brian Johns

25.67

Attorney General

Teague tramroads 3.9

Auctions

Lydney 17.12

Aure, John of, see Awre, John of

 

Avenant, Richard, iron master, 1692

6.45

Award of Coal and Iron Mines, 1841

4.51, 5.51

Awre

Ancient oak tree 3.26; Archaeology 3.82; Chancel 1377-1401 7.22; Track line 8.42; Church 11.24

Awre

Bread Riot 1795 15.15

Awre, John of, woodward 1270

5.12, 7.19

Aylburton

Archaeology 3.68; Priory 7.21; Church 12.20, 17.48; Chapel 21.8; Cross 2.36, 21.8

Aylburton

Forest Eyres 1258, 8.21; 1282, 10.27; Prior's Mesne 11.39, Henry Cook & Prior's Mesne 27.24

Aylburton

Electricity 12.53; Bacon Factory and Cheese Dairy 16.61

Bailey Lane End

Lea Bailey Lodge 19.22

Bailiwick perambulations 1282

2.8; 3.55; 4.39

Baldwin, Rev F.W.

1.18

Baldwin, James, engineman

6.6

Baldwin family

Wills 6.26

BALL, Joyce and BALL, Eric

The Lydbrook letters 29.6

Barnard family, of Lydney

17.7

Barnhill Lodge

19.8

Barton, Alfred Quinton, chemist and optician 1889-1956 , by Dr Margaret E Barton

17.41

BARTON,Margaret

Alfred Quinton Barton, chemist and optician 1889-1956     17.41

BARTON,Margaret

Turnpikes & toll houses in the Staunton, Redbrook & Newland areas, edited by Keith Walker      14.11

Basket weirs

7.12

Bate, Dorothea, palaeontologist

30.7

Bath, Abbot of

5.11

Bathurst, Anne

17.7

Bathurst, Benjamin

2.44, 4.44

Bathurst, Charles

36.22

Bathurst, Charles, 1st Viscount Bledisloe

34.48

Bathurst, Thomas

2.44, 17.7

Bats

Horseshoe 22.31

BAXTER, Dean

Standing 'The Gaff' 32.32

Baylis, Phillip, Deputy Surveyor

3.35, 7.35, 16.10, 19.5 (illus.), 20.62

BEACHAM,M.J.A.

West Gloucestershire corn mills  27.33

Beachley

Grant in 956, 5.11; Grant in 1223, 7.18; Civil War 14.48; Toll house 15.46; National Dockyard 32.22

BEARD,Iris

I was a Brain until I married a Beard; childhood memories of Lydbrook 29.16

BEARD,Ron

Cinderford through the years  vol. 28

BEARD,Ron

Editorial 26.5

Bearse Farm, St. Briavels

Mesolithic site 1.21, 22, 2.57; Romano-British site 2.57; Tollhouse 14.18

Beatson, David, engineer

7.35

Beaver Transport Ltd

8.8

BECKMANN, George

Wartime reminiscences of St. Briavels Castle 29.4

 

BEECH, Mabel

Henry Crawshay     11.4

Beecham Group

10.35

Bellman’s Oak, Staunton

2.13; Ancient locations...  15.25

Bells, Church, of the Forest of Dean, by Mary Atkins

24.36

Bells Grammar School

1.4

Bennett, Frances

29.26

BENSTED, Grace

Another elegy in a country churchyard, with Kathleen Cave  2.46

Berry Hill

Tollhouse 14.14; Tollgate keeper 15.48

Better to light a candle: Royal Observer Corps… by David Mullin

34.4

Bible Christian Movement

14.55

BICK, David

Ancient leats at Taynton     14.37

BICK, David

Earthworks in or near Hay Wood, Oxenhall     11.35

BICK, David

The enigma of Crocket's Holes, Newent     5.62

BICK, David

New light on Blakeney Furnace     6.45

BICK, David

Royal Commission on Coal Supplies 1903 [observations by Mr. Frank Brain]      18.33

BICK, David

Two more tollhouses [Boxbush, Kerne Bridge]  17.31

Bicknor Lordship, c.1244

15.64

Bicslade

Bridge under tramroad 7.34; Tramroad 13.20; Wharf 13.24

Bicslade Tramroad, The, by Ian Pope

13.20.

Bicslade, see also Bixslade

 

Bideford Brook Blakeney: an account of some interesting rubbish, by Brian Johns

24.43

Bigland, Ralph

2.46

Bigod, Roger

5.14

Bigsweir

Chestnut trees 2.11; Millstones 4.56; And Tintern 1326, 7.20; Tollhouse 14.16

Bill Mill Furnace

32.38

Bill Mills

Ancient highway 9.24

Billington, William, forester

16.8

Billy family, 1770-

6.27ff

Bilson, Cinderford

Gas works at Woodside 10.49; Green (illus.) 11.58, 12.4; School 12.6; Yard 8.3; 28 passim

Bilson & Crump Meadow Collieries Co.

10.53

Bilson Foundry, by Alec Pope

11.58

Bilson Gaslight & Coke Co. Ltd

10.51

Birch Hill tramroad, The, by Ralph Anstis

2.52

Birches Lodge, Oakenhill, Parkend

19.23

Bishopswood

Archaeology 1.29; Furnace 6.45; Tollhouse 14.15

Bishton

Grant in 956, 5.11; in 1060, 7.12

Bishton, John

3.5

Bixhead

Chestnut tree 3.30; Quarries 13.36ff

Bixhead Slade Pit

13.29

Bixslade

Pit disaster 1902 6.4; Level 13.22; Deep (Low) Level 13.29

Bixslade, see also Bicslade

 

Blackpool Bridge

Patten Stone 3.35; Dean Road 4.35; Millstone quarry 4.58; Furnace pond 6.47; Cleaning project 1991, 7.62

Blackpool Bridge

Excavation 1.5

Blaisdon

Cross 2.36; Boundary 4.38; Henry Crawshay 11.20; Boughton family 19.35

Blaise Bailiwick

Archaeology 3.55, 4.39

Blakeney

Oak tree 3.26; Charcoal blast furnace 2.60; Archaeology 2.60, 9.8, 10.40, 24.43; Wills 6.27

Blakeney

Romano-British pottery 3.82; Fossatas (charcoal hearth sites) 5.40, 25.67; Burial mound 7.4

Blakeney

Trackways on Blakeney Hill 8.36; Tump House Inn 10.18; Police station 15.54; Walk 18.12

Blakeney

Vernon Charley 10.31; 'Old Pike House' 14.22, 15.48; Grindstones 14.63; Friendly Societies 18.61

Blakeney

Royal Observer Corps post 34.4

Blakeney (Forest of Dean) Stone Quarry Co. Ltd.

10.22

Blakeney Furnace, New light on, by David Bick

6.45

Blakeney Hill

Charcoal hearths 5.41, 7.8, 8.46; Stone mine 10.5; Flint axe 13.44; Lodge 19.23; Galena mine 32.4

Blakeney Hill stone mine, The, by David Priddis

10.5

Blast furnace complex, Lydney, ... Excavation and research, by Brian Rendell

2.40.

Blast Furnaces, charcoal

Blakeney 6.45

Bledisloe Hundred

In 1244, 15.63; Hundred court, 17th century, 17.10

Bledisloe, Viscount

5.5ff; illus. 22.6

Bleyth see Blaise

 

Bloomery iron smelting, An experiment in prehistoric, by Doug Gentles

12.40.

Bloomery slag, see Slag, bloomery

 

BLOOMFIELD,Peter

The Civil War in the Forest of Dean, 1642-1646  14.43

Blue Rock Quarry

7.45

Blunt, Thomas, Deputy Surveyor

3.7ff

 

Boer War

Procession in Cinderford 15.68

Boer War, The Forest of Dean during the later stage of the, by Sally McGoon

21.40.

Boevey family (Flaxley)

James and William, 1647, 6.38; Letters re iron working 1717, 1.12ff; Sir Thomas, 1836, 6.40.

Boey’s Pike, Cinderford

Map 13.17

Bond family (Newland)

4.13

Bond, Dr, Medical Officer of Health

16.37, 20.48

Bone cave hunting in the Wye Valley by Chris Bowen

30.4

Book of Dennis, The (so called) by Cyril Hart

14.30.

Booth, Herbert W., Miners' Agent

20.15

BOSHER, Stan

Abbots Wood 33.46

Botloe Hundred

In 1244, 15.63

Boughton family, farmers and miners

20th century 16.54

Boughtons of Broadoak, The: trading & farming on Severnside 1700-1850, by Nicholas Herbert

19.35

Boundary stones

Pastors Hill 8.27; Brockaditches 17.21

BOWEN, Chris

Bone cave hunting in the Wye Valley: a history of cave archaeology in the Symonds Yat area 30.4

BOWEN, Chris

Dr C. Scott Garrett: Forest of Dean cave hunter     23.51

Bowens Grove

Millstones 6.35

Bowson

Colliery 8.8

Boxbush

Tollhouse 17.31

Boxing

Harold Watkins 10.23

Braddock, Charles, road builder

7.35

BRAIN, Clive

The old Cooperative Stores and associated cottages at Upper Lydbrook     9.13

Brain, Cornelius

18.35ff

Brain, Francis

12.45

BRAIN, Frank

Observations on Royal Commission 1903 , submitted by David Bick 18.33

Brain, William Blanch

9.5

Brain family

29.16

Brains Green

Beech trees 3.28

Brain's Tramway, by Ian Pope

18.35

Brandricks Green

Pound 16.41; Lodge 19.25

Brass bands

34.42

Bread Riots of 1795, The, by Christine Martyn

15.14

Bream

Cross 6.48; Wartime memories 10.28; Harold Watkins, boxer 10.23; Traders, buildings (illus), 13.7

Bream

Maypole 13.7; Tollhouse 14.18; Sampler 14.31; Tithe map 1840 14.35; Police station 15.52, 54

Bream

Cenotaph 20.18; New Inn 4.24; Fireback from New Inn 5.47; Pastors Hill 8.23; Shutcastle Lodge 19.19

Bream

Archaeology 3.70, 72, 74; Memories 22.61; Oakwood Brook 22.67; Old road from Sling to Bream... 23.35

Bream

Herbert Howells 17.53; Friendly Society 18.61; Banner from New Inn 18.62

Bream Traders by Ruth Proctor Hirst

13.5

Bream, Twentieth century, by Ruth Proctor Hirst

16.47

Breckness Court

Archaeology 1.33, 2.58

Brewer, Dr Herbert, organist

17.49

Brickmaking

28.16

Brickmaking, by Dick Saddler

9.42

Brierley

Chestnut tree 3.30.

Bright, Tom

5.4ff; illus. 22.8; 34.52

Bright, Tom: an appreciation, by Cyril Hart

1.4

Brinchcombe limestone level, Ruspidge, by Arthur Price

7.44

Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society

5.4

Bristol University

5.4

Broad, James, ironmaster

11.9

Broadoak

19.38

Broadwell

Archaeology 2.58; Chestnut tree 3.30; King's highway 3.55; Woolminoake 15.23

Broadwell: an incomplete history, by Roger Drury and others

32.55

Brockaditches, by Brian Johns

17.19

Brockweir

Cup stone 6.20; Millstone 6.33; and Tintern Abbey 7.18; Marchership of Striguil 5.11ff

Brockweir

Flora Klickmann 27.19

Brocote (Redbrook)

Ancient locations ... 15.27

Bromley Lodge, Ellwood

19.19

Bromsash

Archaeology 6.30.

Bronze Age

Axe-head 1.28; Bearse Farm 1.21; Burial sites 6.19; Flint scrapers 1.33, 6.49, 9.37; Knife 3.63, 64

Bronze Age

Tidenham Chase 5.69; Coombes Park 4.62; Great Howle Farm 1.29; Noxon Farm 3.72; Park Farm 1.30.

Brookall Ditch

Colliery 17.26; Road 7.31

Brotherton, Thomas de, earl marshal

5.16

Brown, Amos, engineman

6.6

 

Brown, Oliphant Arthur

11.48

Brown, Thomas Forster, deputy gaveller

9.1; Union Pit disaster 6.17

Brown, Westgarth Forster, deputy gaveller

9.1

Buchanan, Angus, VC

12.39, 20.9

Buck Stone

4.57

Buckholt Enclosure

3.15, 41ff

Buckins Poole

Ancient locations... 15.23

Buckland, Frank

34.57

Buckshaft

Archaeology 3.76; Mine 7.45; Iron gale 11.14

Buckstone Lodge

18.16

Buddle, John, mining engineer

4.49

Bulesdon

Eyre of 1258, 8.21

Bulley Mission

18.21

Bullo Pill

Tramroad 6.38, 7.45, 15.5; Railway 16.34

Bullock’s Beech

11.31

Burden Oak

2.8

Burial mound, A suspected: charcoal hearth survey, Blakeney Hill Woodland, by Brian Johns

7.5

Burrows, Richard, engineer

6.9

Butty system

6.5

Camp Hill, Lydney Park

Trees 4.47

Campbell, Sir James, Deputy Surveyor

16.9, 20.61

Cannop

Brook 7.35; Colliery buses 7.41; Colliery 9.3; Stoneworks 13.26; Forest pound 16.41

Cannop

Ironworks 25.40; Wood Distillation Works... 24.7, 16.11 (illus.)

Cannop - a troubled colliery, by Ian Pope

23.4

Cannop - a troubled colliery, part 2, by Ian Pope

24.23

Cannop Colliery and its water difficulties, by Ian Standing

25.21

Captain Mayne Reid (1818-1883) adventurer and storyteller by David Mullin

30.22

Carons Oak

15.21

Carpenter, Alfred Francis Blakeney, VC

12.35

Carr, J. Miller, industrialist

11.47

CARTER, Derek

Memories of Parkend during World War II 26.27

Carter, H. W. & Co., fruit-juice processors

10.31

CARTER, Steven

Waterloo Pit and people  35.38

Carvings in St Briavels Church, by Ruth Proctor Hirst

19.55

Castle Brook Valley

9.23

Castle Fall, Much Marcle

11.37

Castlemain Colliery

Oak trees 3.26; Cinder used in road-building 6.49; Forest track 17.21

CAVE, Kathleen

Another elegy in a country churchyard, with Grace Bensted  2.46

Caves

Hewelsfield/St. Briavels 23.51; May Hill 5.62; Newent 5.62

Cement

Portland 11.47

Chance encounter, A [Union Pit], by Ian Pope

22.41

Chapters of the Regard

1.2

Charcoal

Flaxley 1.12; Fossatas (hearth sites) on Blakeney Hill 5.40, 7.8, 25.67; Hearth sites 19.28; Burns 19.30

Charcoal

Great Howle 1.28; In Dean Road 4.37; Middle ages 16.5; Illus. 19.30-31;

Charities

Henry and Benedict Hall 25.53

Charles Bathurst saves Lydney dog and finds god, by Chris Sullivan

36.22

Charles Wesley and the Forest of Dean, by Mary Atkins

20.49

Charley, Vernon, scientist

10.31

Charlie "the Black", shoe polisher

26.45

Charters

Flaxley and Edland 1140, 1.12

Chase Stones

4.53; 6.31

Chemist and optician, Alfred Quinton Barton, by Margaret Barton

17.41

Chepstow

Memories 1.41; Roman road 7.11; 'Robin Hood's Cross', 14.61; Bridge toll house, 15.43

Chepstow

Bridge 14.8, 15.43; Chepstow and District Turnpike Trust 15.42; Workhouse 26.66, 29.56

Chesters Roman Villa

19.59

Chestnuts Hill and Wood

Archaeology 3.80; Roman coin 6.49; Forest Eyre 1258, 8.21; Forest Eyre 1282, 10.27

Chestnuts Lodge

19.17; Beech tree 3.30

Chew, Arthur

12.23

CHILDS, Keith

Lessons of a lifetime: memories... with Brian Rendell; review by L.M. Mayer-Jones  1.41

China Engine Iron Mine

11.14

Church bells of the Forest of Dean, by Mary Atkins

24.37

Church Cottage, Mitcheldean, by Shirley Garton Straney

17.59

Church Grove

Millstones 6.34

Church history, Faculties and, by Sheila Smith

1.18

 

Churcham

Police station 15.54

Churches

Faculties 1.18; St. Briavels 19.55; Awre 11.24; Woolaston 12.19; Alvington 12.19; Aylburton 12.19

Churches

Knight's Hill Chapel 14.55; Adsett 18.18; Woolaston Woodside Chapel 21.56; Kempley 25.74

Churches

St John's Cinderford 11.8, 25.31; Yorkley 19.57; Newland 20.56; Parkend 20.59; Parkhill Chapel 21.58

Churches

Bream 16.49; Newnham 16.40; Bells 24.36; St. Stephen's Cinderford 25.15; St. John's Coleford 25.72

Churches

Staunton 22.21; Holy Trinity Drybrook, 'Forest Church' 23.18; Coleford Congregational/United Reformed 30.16

Churches

Littledean Congregational/United Reformed 30.19; St Mary's Lydney 36.46

Churches, A visit to three Forest, by Ruth Proctor Hirst and Diane Watkins

12.19

Churchill Lodge, near Parkend

19.24

Churchyard, Another elegy in a country, by Grace Bensted and Kathleen Cave

[Newland] 2.46

Cinder Hill

Archaeology 1.37

Cinderford

Chemist's shop 17.41; St John's Church 1.18; Bilson Yard 8.7; Mr Munn's ambulance 12.11

Cinderford

Gas Works 10.49; Bilson Foundry 11.58; Town Hall 11.21; Ironworks 11.10, 25.40; Panorama 11.17

Cinderford

Tump 8.1; St John's Church 11.8; Playing field 12.4; Station 12.12; Street scenes 12.15, 12.54, 15.68

Cinderford

Bilson School 12.6; Double View School 12.10; Baptist Chapel 12.9; First aeroplane 19.54

Cinderford

Toll-houses 13.17; Police station 15.51, 54; War memorial 12.14, 20.17; Wesleyan Chapels 21.10

Cinderford

Forest Products Ltd 17.63; Friendly Societies 18.61; WWI recruitment 20.4; Kears bakers 20.54

Cinderford

Gas lighting 10.55; Electricity 12.53; St. White's toll gate 13.17; Home Guard 26.16; Maps 28.42

Cinderford

St. Stephen's Church 25.15; Packer family 25.15; Coronation 1953 27.60.

Cinderford see also Bilson

 

Cinderford Bridge Colliery

8.1

Cinderford Cooperative and Industrial Society

9.17; 28.76

Cinderford Crushing Company

7.38

Cinderford Iron Works

7.50.

Cinderford Linear Park and its industrial connections, by Ian Pope

8.1

Cinderford through the years, by Ronald Beard

vol. 28

City of ghosts, The ... By Sam Eedle

20.19

Civil War In the Forest of Dean, The, 1642-1646, by Peter E. Bloomfield

14.43

Clanna

Chestnut trees 2.11; Archaeology 3.66; Kear's Grove 11.38; Estate map 1718, 11.40.

Clanna

Joseph family 24.39

Clanna House c1586 - c1952, by Mary Atkins

31.52

Clare, Walter de

5.11

Clean end to the shift, A: Princess Royal pithead baths, by Averil Kear

22.33

Clearwell

Roman site 1.36; Gattle Stone 2.36; Archaeology 2.28, 3.64, 85; Crosses 2.36, 4.60, 6.48

Clearwell

Ash tree 3.31; Francis Miles VC 12.37; Well 25 front cover

Clearwell, Excavations at Stock Farm, by Howard D. Atkinson

2.28

Clifford, Arthur Bernard, mining engineer

35.31

CLISSOLD, Gordon

Ancient locations in the Forest of Dean, with Cyril Hart     15.17

Coal

Sopwith and Atkinson's plans 5.51; Bixslade Union Pit 6.4; Lightmoor 11.14; In the Forest of Dean 18.33

Coal

28.1

Coal Gas

10.49

Coalway

Tollhouse 14.13; Nagshead Lodge 19.18

Cobbett, William, in the Forest of Dean, by David Mullin

32.4

COCKBURN,Jack

Benedict Hall, Lord of Staunton: connections with Cambrai     24.47

COCKBURN,Jack

Gage Gates at Tewkesbury Abbey and Firle Place     24.48

COCKBURN,Jack

The Henry and Benedict Hall Charity, Staunton     25.53

COCKBURN,Jack

James Davies, Steward to Viscount Gage 1768-1805, Deputy Surveyor Forest of Dean 1806-1808 22.19

COCKBURN,Jack

The Mushets - a Forest family, with... Ralph Anstis 26.52

COCKBURN,Jack

Staunton and the War of American Independence: the story of a Forester abroad      13.39

Cockshoot

Kerbstones in Cockshoot Wood 11.29; Lodge 19.21

Coins

Oldcroft hoard - 4th C 1. 5; Dean Hall hoard - Roman 3.82ff; Bream - iron age 4.5; Awre - Henry III 3.82

Coins

Littledean - Roman 3.80, - Henry VII 3.82, - Elizabeth I 3.80, 82; Newent - James I 3.82

Coins

Hangerberry Hill - Roman 3.76, Henry VI 3.76; Edge End - George III 3.45; Woolaston - Charles I 1.38

Coins

Clearwell - Roman 2.32; High Nash - Roman 2.56, 3.63; Eastbach Court - Roman 2.58, 3.50.

Coins

Dean Road - Roman 3.35, 3.78; Great Howle Farm - William IV 1.29; Staunton - Roman 1.31

Col smiths

1.38

Colchester-Wemyss, Maynard

Crown Prince of Siam's visit 7.23; Wilderness estate 11.47

Cole, James, brickmaker

2.49

Coleford

Agriculture 16.53; Iron slag 1.37; Flints 1.38; Beech tree 2.10; Cross 2.37; Friendly Society 18.61

Coleford

Mushet foundry 9.18; 'Ribena factory' 10.30; Whitecliff tollhouse 14.13; Police station 15.55

Coleford

Archaeology 2.56-7, 62, 3.63, 78; Flints 3.61, 4.62; Coleford Junction bridge 7.40; Brick and Tile Co. 9.42

Coleford

High Delf coal seam 6.4; GWR station c1915 20.4; Private Miles' homecoming - illus. 12.38

Coleford

In Civil War 14.44; Charles Wesley 21.49; Ironworks 25.40; Home Guard 26.16; Workhouse 26.65

Coleford

Coronation 1953 27.61; Iron mine 29.64; Highmeadow House 29.65

 

Coleford Congregational Church (from 1972 - Coleford United Reformed Church by Averil Kear

30.16

Coleford Market Hall Company Ltd, 1865-1943,The, by Ian Standing

29.45

Coleford's second pottery, by Merle Marsden and Michael Mayer-Jones

2.49

Collieries

Gentlemen Colliers 3.15; Hopewell 2.52, 3.5, 4.49; New Found Out 3.5; New Thatch Pit 3.42

Collieries

Old Thatch Pit 3.41ff; Pillowell Level 9.5; Potlid (Wimbelow Engine Pit or Engine Pit) 3.5ff

Collieries

Success and Endeavour 2.52; Trafalgar 18.34; Princess Royal 22.33; Cannop 23.4, 24.23, 25.21

Collieries

New Fancy 31.4

Colliersbeech

8.32

Commissioners of HM Woods, Forests and Land Revenue

9.1

Commitment to education: the Westaway family and … medal, Drybrook Primary School, by Eric Nicholls

33.51

Community Woods Working Circle

16.14

Compressed Coal Company

9.5

Compton, William, of Alvington, 1608

11.39

Cone Brook

5.11ff, 20ff

Cone Mill, Woolaston

35.72

Conservation

Trees 2.18-19

Conservation Woods Working Circle

16.15

Constable of St Briavels Castle

5.20; 16.5

Constance family, Longhope

Diary 1874, 1.40.

Constance, Peter, wood-turner, 1866

6.38

Cook, Henry, and his wild garden, by Averil Kear

27.24

Cook, Richard, of Drybrook, 19thC

8.8

Cooke, Meshach, June 1864- June 1950, by Pat Williams

21.56

Cooper Thomas, collier

6.5ff

Cooper, Charles, colliery under-manager

6.6

Cooperative Stores, The old, and associated cottages at Upper Lydbrook, by Clive Brain

9.13

Cordite

Production 24.7

Corn mills, West Gloucestershire, by M.J.A. Beacham

27.33

Cornage Wood, Lea

Earthwork 7.57

Cornish, Vaughan

34.6

COSTLEY, Nigel

Revolutionary reporter and Forest of Dean MP 32.17

Cottle, Rev. Henry

18.19

County Records Office

1.18

Courts

Lydney 17.10.

Coverham Enclosure

3.2

Crabtreehill

Lodge 19.16

Crad Oak

2.8

Crad Oak, Demise of the, by Rob Guest

24.21

CRANSTONE,David

The Forest's role to finery steelmaking in Britain 32.35

Crawshay, Edwin

11.12, 20

Crawshay, Henry, by Mabel Beech

11.4

Crawshay, Henry & Co.

Soudley Foundry 6.38; 11.9; Heywood Engine Works 12.30; Electricity 12.46; World War I 20.11

Crawshay, Lisa

11.24

Crawshay, William

11.5

Cretyng, Adam de, of Striguil

5.13

Crocket's Holes, Newent, The enigma of, by David Bick

5.62

Croft, Rev. William

18.23

Crop Marks

At Stock Farm, Clearwell 2.29

Cross of Hand, Edge End

1608 map 15.21

Crosses, stone, of West Gloucestershire, A brief study of some of the, by Ruth Procter Hirst

2.36

Crosses, Further Gloucestershire, by Ruth Procter Hirst

Deerhurst, Maisemore, Newent, Rudford, 7.54

Crosses, More, of West Gloucestershire, by Ruth Procter Hirst

Hewelsfield, Lancaut, Littledean 5.65

Crosses, More West Gloucestershire, by Ruth Procter Hirst

Bream, Staunton, Hailes Abbey 6.48

Crosses of West Gloucestershire, More local, by Ruth Procter Hirst

St. Arvans, Alvington, 14.61

Crossways

Tollhouse 14.14

Crowe, Dame Sylvia

31.7

Crown Commissioners

4.50.

Crown freeholds

List 16.5

Crown Prince of Siam, The, at Westbury Court, by Barbara Owen

7.23

Crump Meadow Colliery

8.3, 10.49, 12.11

Cup stones

6.19, 7.9, 8.38

Cup stones and arrow stones, by Brian Johns

6.19

Currie, Dr.

6.12

Cutting corners: a remarkable Victorian plan to divert the River Severn, by John Powell

32.12

 

Dam Green

8.3

Damage to Sites

5.43

Danby Lodge

16.7, 18.9

Daniel Moor

Ancient locations... 15.20

Darkhill Ironworks

2.49, Excavation 3.85

Dark Hill Furnace

9.18

Dating the Dean Road, Forest of Dean, by Ian Standing

4.35

David, Markham of Whitebrook

6.40.

David Mushet and his contribution to the 'map that changed the world' by Cherry Lewis

30.6

Davies, Henrietta of Westbury

7.25

Davies, James

3.5

Davies, James, Steward to Viscount Gage 1768-1805, by Jack Cockburn

22.19

Davis, Tom, miner

10.7ff

Davis, William, miner

32.32

Dawe, Dorothy Goozee

17.51

Dawes Tump

Millstones 6.36

Deadman’s Cross

11.29

Deakin family

Lych-gate 20.61; Parkend House 21.4

Deakin, Thomas

Union Pit disaster 6.6ff

Dean agriculture in the 20th century, by Christine Martyn

16.52

Dean Forest (Mines) Act 1904

4.50, 9.3

Dean Forest (Reafforestation) Act 1668

4.33; 16.7; 16.41; 18.5

Dean Forest (Timber) Act 1808

16.8; 16.41; 18.13

Dean Forest (Timber) Act 1808, Two hundredth anniversary of the, by Rob Guest

24.19

Dean Forest Lodges, part 1, by Geoff Waygood

18.4

Dean Forest Lodges, part 2, by Geoff Waygood

19.4

Dean Forest Mines Act 1838

3.22; Commissioners 4.50; 4. 55; 9.1

Dean Forest Navigation Coal & Fuel Co

9.5

Dean Forest Turmpike Trust

14.5

Dean Forester Training School, The, by Geoff Waygood

17.35

Dean Heritage Museum Trust

and New Inn, Bream 4.24

Dean Road

Roman coin 3.78; Gas mains trench 1989 7.57; Letter from Keith Webb 7.61; Letter from Brian Johns 7.62

Dean Road

Patten Stone 3.35; Watching brief 1989, 5.67; on Blakeney Hill 8.37

Dean Road excavation, near Soudley, by Bryan Walters

1. 5

Dean Road, Forest of Dean, Dating the, by Ian Standing

4.35

Dean Road Survey, The, by Brian Johns

11.26

Death at Whitecroft Mill, by Diane Watkins and Keith Webb

21.62

Dee, Sydney, engineer

12.29

DEEKS, Roger

Arthur Bernard Clifford: a lifetime of rescue     35.31

DEEKS, Roger

Ellen Hayward, the wise wioman of Cinderford , with Eric Nicholls  35.25

DEEKS, Roger

Fact and fantasy: the myth of JRR Tolkien and Lydney Park 36.36

DEEKS, Roger

FW Harvey at the British Broadcasting Corporation  27.46

DEEKS, Roger

The persistence of the Brass Band tradition in the Forest of Dean 34.42

DEEKS, Roger

The Poet and the Shoeblack 26.45

DEEKS, Roger

Private Reginald Thomas Packer... and St Stephen's Church, Cinderford, with Eric Nicholls      25.15

DEEKS, Roger

The Wood Distillation Works and munitions supply in the Great War      24.7

Deer, fallow

16.29

Deerhurst

Crosses 7.54

Demonstrating power, by Ian Pope

19.53

Dennis, The (so called) Book of, by Cyril Hart

14.30.

Deputy Gaveller

Union Pit disaster 6.17; James Keire 6.27; Duties 9.1

Development of Horlick Malted Milk and Infant Food, The, by Andrew Gardiner

27.39

Dig up wells of May Hill, The, by Rob Guest

25.57

Dilke, Sir Charles, MP

1892 election 7.25; Parliamentary elections 13.47

Dilke Memorial Hospital

34.24

Diocesan Records

1.18

Disorders in the Forest

16.6

Distillation see Wood distillation

 

Distribution and origin of meends in the Forest of Dean, The, by Ben Lennon

29.31

Dolomite

4.7

Domesday Book

Marchership of Striguil 5.11; Aluredestone 5.19

Donning, Thomas, 1618

8.26

Double View School, Cinderford

12.1

Dowsing

Flaxley Abbey 1.14; Dean Road survey 11.27

 

Dowsing - a track line investigated... Blakeney to Purton... By Brian Johns

10.40.

Dowsing for trackways in Blakeney Hill Woodlands and district, by Brian Johns

8.36

Dowsing notebook, Extracts from a, by Brian Johns

21.48

Dowsing survey, A, on the A48 from Nibley crossroads to Blakeney, by Brian Johns

9.8

Driffield Farm, Lydney, A brief history of, by Cecile Hunt

20.33

Driver, A. and W., forestry contractors

16.8

Drummer Boy Stone

6.19

DRURY, Roger and others

Broadwell: an incomplete history 32.55

Drybrook

Archaeology 3.68; Toll-houses 13.16; Hale's of Drybrook 13.59; Police station 15.55; Memorial Hall 20.18

Drybrook

Home Guard 26.16; Primary School 33.51

DURHAM,Ian

The Forest of Dean Local History Society: the early years     5.4

DURHAM, Ian

34.5

DURRANT, Lucy F.

Woolaston in days gone by: the parish cottage and Sunday school     1.19

Dymock

Police station 15.56; Workhouse 26.63

Earthworks in or near Hay Wood, Oxenhall, by David Bick

11.35

East Dean Deep Gale

8.8

East Slade Colliery

8.15

Eastbach Court

Iron-smelting 3.50; Archaeological finds 1.22, 2.58, 3.59

Eastern United Colliery

6.18; 9.3; 11.25 (illus.); First World War 20.11

Ebenezer Chapel, Adsett

18.19

Edge End

Machen Oak 2.3, 2.9; Beech trees 2.10, 2.13; New Found Out Pit 3.5; Old Thatch Pit excavation 3.41

Edge End

Cross of hand 6.48; Oak trees 15.21; Opencast mining 16.14

Edge Hill

Iron mine 22.23

Edge Hills

Yew tree 3.33; Bloom-smithing hearth 2.62, 7.51; Lodge 19.11; Haywood Lodge 19.11-12

Edge runners

4.53ff; 6.31

Edland

1.12

Education

20.41; 31.12; 33.51; 36.53

Education in Lydney, by Averil Kear

36.53

Education, Infant, in Lydney in the second half of the nineteenth century, by Sally McGoon

20.41

Edward VII, King

Yew trees 2.12

Edwy, King

5.11

EEDLE, Sam

The city of ghosts...'     20.19

Elbrigge, John de, of Newent

5.13ff

Electric Blasting Apparatus Company

9.5

Electricity

Lydney Power Station 12.45; Submarine cable 12.53; West Glos Power Co. 19.53

Elegy in a country churchyard, Another, by Grace Bensted and Kathleen Cave

2.46

Ellen Hayward, the wise woman of Cinderford,  by Roger Deeks and Eric Nicholls

35.25

ELLIS, Howard

Iron working at Flaxley Abbey     1.12

Ellwood

Ellwood Lodge, Little Drybrook 19.8; Bromley Lodge 19.19

Elmbridge Furnace, Newent

6.45

Elsmore, H, commoner

16.41

Elton

Toll-houses 13.19

Elton, Mission Room

Mission Room 18.22

Enclosure Act

1668, 22.11

Engine Pit

3.6ff,

English Bicknor

Archaeology 1.22, 1.30, 2.58, 3.50, 3.66; Burden Oak 2.8; Roads 7.34; Workhouse 26.65

Enigma of Crocket's Holes, Newent, The, by David Bick

5.62

Enterkin

31.18

Etloe

Archaeology 10.40; Tollhouse 14.20.

Eu, William de

5.11, 5.19

Evans, John, collier

6.8

Evelyn, John, diarist

11.34

Even God cannot change the past, by Bryan Walters

1.39

Excavations at Park Farm, Lydney, by Maurice Fitchett

2.24

Excavations at Stock Farm, Clearwell, by Howard D. Atkinson

2.28

Eyres, Forest

1,2; 1258 and 1270, 8.21

Fact and fantasy: the myth of JRR Tolkien and Lydney Park, by Roger Deeks

36.36

Faculties and church history, by Sheila Smith

1.18

Feathers Hotel, Lydney, The, by Keith Walker

17.5

FELTON, Josephine and others

Turnpikes and toll houses, edited by Keith Walker     13.12

Ferrers, Henry de, of Aluredstone

5.19

Ferris, Edwin see Charlie "the Black"

 

Ferry, Newnham to Arlingham

16.35, 18.29

Field names

Bream 8.32

 

Field strip, lynchet and hollow way at Littledean, Excavation of, by Bryan & Mark Walters

3.54

Findalls Iron Mine

7.45, 11.14

Firebacks, Two, by David Mullin

Bream, White Cross House 5.47

Fishing

Severn 16.36

FITCHETT, Maurice

Excavations at Park Farm Lydney     2.24

FITCHETT, Maurice

Littledean Hall      1.10.

Fitzosborn, William

5.11

Flaxley

Yew tree 2.12; Beech tree 3.28; Dean Road 4.38; Toll-house 13.19; Boughton family 19.35

Flaxley Abbey

Iron working 1.12; Grant of woodland 4.39; Society's visit 5.5; Fishponds 6.38

Flaxley Abbey, Ironworking at, by Howard Ellis

1.12

Flaxley School Room

21.61

Flewelling, E.J., of Lydbrook

9.17

Flint scraper, An unusual, by Brian Johns

9.37

Flints

see Archaeological notes, passim: 1.21, 2.56, 3.59, 4.62, 5.67, 6.49, 7.57, 9.39, 13.44

Flora Klickmann and The Flower Patch, by Charles Miles and Cheryl Mayo

27.19

Flour Mill Pit

6.18

Foden, A Forest, by Alec Pope and others

14.64

Foley Iron Works

1.12, 6.45

Fonts, Two Norman lead, by Ruth Proctor Hirst and Diane Watkins

Tidenham, Lancaut 17.18

Fonts and a cross, Some, by Ruth Proctor Hirst

Lydney, Newland, Newnham, Ruardean, St Briavels, Oxenhall 9.38

Foot and Mouth Disease

1944, 16.65, 17.13

FORD, Glyn

Book review of Bolshevism, Syndicalism and the General Strike, by Kevin Morgan 29.71

Forest Battalion, 13th Glosters

20.7, 20.19

Forest Enterprise

16.30.

Forest Eyre of 1282 (10 Edward I), The , by Cyril Hart

10.27

Forest Eyres

1.2, 4.26, 5.11ff, 5.19ff

Forest Eyres of 1258 and 1270, The, by Cyril Hart

8.21

Forest Garden’, Abbotswood

16.1

Forest Gate Church see Mitcheldean Congregational Chapel

 

Forest Lodges

18.5, 19.5

Forest Mine Law Court

1680, 1.12

Forest miners and the growth of trade unions, part 1 1860-1890 by Christine Martyn

30.74

Forest miners and the growth of the unions, part 2, 1890-1900, by Christine Martyn

31.33

Forest of Dean Caving Club

at Lydney Blast Furnace 2.41

Forest of Dean: differing perspectives on its ownership, purpose and use, by Ian Standing

27.4

Forest of Dean Iron Company

7.50.

Forest of Dean Kears - an iron age family, by David Kear

20.54

Forest of Dean Local History Society

Officers 1948-1955 5.9; Founding fathers 34.48

Forest of Dean Local History Society: the early years, by Ian Durham

5.4

Forest of Dean Local History Society 1948-2008, by Mary Atkins

21.4

Forest of Dean miners' court

1469-70, 8.19

Forest of Dean Miners’ Federation

20.13

Forest of Dean Patent Fuel Company

9.5

Forest of Dean Police Stations 1840 to 2000, by Geoff Sindrey and Ted Heath

15.49

Forest of Dean Roman Pottery type fabrics, by Bryan Walters

2.21

Forest of Dean woodlands, Management of the 1803-1810, by Cyril Hart

21.17

Forest of Dean USA, by Norman Kear

23.23

Forest Products Ltd, A short history of the Joiner family &, by Donald Hicks & John Freeman

17.63

Forest sampler, A, by Ruth Proctor Hirst, Sue and Keith Walker and Averil Kear

14.31

Forest sampler, A: Update, by Ruth Proctor Hirst and others

15.67

Forest Walks

1787, 18.12

Forest wills and testament s, by Barbara Owen

6.26

Foresters' Forest veteran tree andarchaeology project at Brookways Ditch, near Parkend, by Andrew Hoaen

33.39

Foresters' School, Coleford and Parkend

16.1, 33.10

The Forest's role to finery steelmaking in Britain, by David Cranstone

32.35

Forests and forestry

Training School 17.35; Dean Forest (Timber) Act 1808, Anniversary, 24.19; 20th century changes 16.4

Forests and forestry

Management 1803-10, 21.17

Forestry (Transfer of Woods) Act 1923

16.12

Forestry Bill of 1981, The: Lord McNair's nightmare, by Alan Robertson

27.4

Forestry Commission

Formation 16.11; Transfer of Dean to 16.12; Gaveller 9.1

Forge Hammer Inn

8.1

Forges

Flaxley 1.12; Coleford 1.38; Lydney 2.43

Forty shilling freeholders: how the Foresters got the vote, by David Mullin

33.25

Fossatas, Forest: or,The charcoal hearth sites of Blakeney Hill woodlands, by Brian Johns

5.40.

 

Foster, Rev. James, of Adsett Chapel

18.21

Fountain Inn, Parkend, A short history of,  by Alan Powell

35.4

Foxes Bridge

Beech tree 3.28; Colliery 11.16

Free mines and miners

Sale of rights 3.5, 11.5; Old Park Pit, Bream 16.47

Freeman, Archie, and Cinderford: 100 years - 1896-1996, by Bess Anstis

12.4

FREEMAN,John

A short history of the Joiner family and Forest Products Ltd, with Donald Hicks     17.63

Freemasons, see Masons

 

Freeminer's rights and as to how they are administered, A short history, by A.E. Howell

9.1

Freeminers of Dean, New light on the, by Cyril Hart

8.19

Friendly Societies, by Melville Watts

18.61

Frog, The Trafalgar, by Dave Tuffley and Ralph Anstis

19.63

From Ethelred to Bledisloe: the origin and growth of Lydney, by Keith Walker

36.5

From silver spoon to lead balloon… by Keith Walker

32.4

Fruit processing

10.31

Fryer family, 16thC

6.27

Furnaces

Flaxley 1.13; Lydney 2.40; Eastbach Court 3.50; Soudley 6.38; Blakeney 2.60, 6.45

Furnaces

English Bicknor 3.66; Whitecliff 2.62, 3.85

Further Gloucestershire crosses, by Ruth Proctor Hirst

7.54

Furzer, Daniel, shipwright of Lydney

4.32

Gage gates at Tewkesbury Abbey and Firle Place, by Jack Cockburn

24.48

Gage, Lord

and James Teague 3.5, 8, 14

Gage, Thomas, 1st Viscount

13.39

Gage, Thomas, General, 1720-1787

13.39

Gale, granting of

9.1

Galena

From silver spoon to lead balloon: the rather short story of Blakeney Hill galena mine , by K. Walker 32.4

GARDINER,Andrew

The development of Horlick Malted Milk and Infant Food  27.39

Garrett, Dr Charles Scott

2.24; illus. 22.7; 34.55

Garrett, Dr Charles Scott 1885-1972, by Mary Atkins

23.50.

Garrett, Dr C Scott: Forest of Dean cave hunter, by Chris Bowen

23.51

Gas Works, Cinderford, by Ian Pope

10.49

Gatcombe

Ancient chapel 10.41

Gattle Stone

2.36

Gaveller

9.1

General Strike, 1926

Police horses, Lydney 17.12

Gentlemen Colliers Pit

3.15

GENTLES, Doug

An experiment in prehistoric bloomery iron smelting     12.40

Geological model

1837, 4.51

Geology

St. Briavels 1.22; Lower Lydbrook 1.24, 3.64; Littledean 1.28; Clearwell 1.36, 2.29; Ruspidge 7.45;

Geology

Eastbach Court 3.59; Bream 3.70; Wigpool 4.5; Newland 4.14; 1815 Map 30.60

Gifford, Captain John, ironmaster

2.44

Gilmour, Rev. Frederick John, pastor

18.24

Gilpin, Joshua, diarist

2.45

Glasshouse Hill

Archaeology 3.78

Glaville, William de, constable of Striguil

5,12ff

Glenbervie, Lord, (Surveyor General)

18.13, 21.18; re Teague tramroads 3.12

Glosters, 13th (Forest of Dean) Battalion

20.19

Gloucester

Siege, 1643, 14.45

Gloucester and Berkeley Canal

15.5

Gloucester and Hereford Turnpike Trust (Newnham District)

14.5

Gloucester Diocesan Registry

1.18

Gloucester Swimming Club

6.41

Gloucestershire Regiment

Thomas James 6.14; Private Miles VC 12.37; Forest Battalion (13th Glosters) 20.7

Gloucestershire Rural Community Council

5.4

Gloucestershire Society for Industrial Archaeology

Flaxley Abbey 1.13

Golden Valley Iron Mines, Drybrook

18.42

Gonning, John of Bristol, 17thC

5.48

Goodwin, John F., forestry teacher

17.39

Goold and Heywood, colliery owners

8.8

Goold, Aaron, colliery owner

10.49

Gosling Ash tree

3.31

Gosling, Sir Arthur, forester

3.31; Gosling Ash tree 3.31

Gough family, The, and the New Inn, Bream, by David Mullin and others

4.24

Gough family of Woolaston and Bream

4.24; 5.48; at Pastors Hill 8.23

Grace Dieu Abbey

7.16

 

Graveyard epitaphs, by Barbara Owen

7.10, 28, 56

Great Cugley Farm

5.62

Great Grove

Millstones 6.35

Great Howle Farm

Archaeology 1.28, 3.63

Great Western Deep Company

8.8

Greyndour, Joan

31.12

GRIFFITH, Barbara

Newnham on Severn: a century of change, with others  16.31

Griffiths, Dr Olive

5.5

Griffiths, John, collier

6.4

Grindstones

4.53

Grindstones at Blakeney, Observation relating to the finding of, by Brian Johns

14.63

Grove Colliery Co, Whitecroft

6.18

GUEST, Rob

Demise of the Crad Oak     24.21

GUEST, Rob

The dig up wells of May Hill     25.57

GUEST, Rob

Notable trees of May Hill     22.57

GUEST, Rob

Two hundredth anniversary of the Dean Forest (Timber) Act 1808      24.19

Gumstalls, Woolaston

1.2

Gun Flints

English Bicknor 1.22; Cherry Orchard 1.24; High Nash 2.57

Guns Mill

5.50, 15.33

Gwatkin, Albert and Herbert, colliers

6.6

Gwilliam, James and William, colliers

6.5

Gwilliam family, nailers of Littledean

15.34

Hackle weirs

7.13

Hailes Abbey

Cross 6.48

Hale, Annie, of Cinderford

6.29

Hale, John and Emma, schoolteachers of Cinderford

12.6

Hale, Thomas

Diaries 34.37

Hale family, nailers of Littledean

15.33

Hale family of Ruardean and Nailbridge, Glos., An account of... by Donald Hicks

13.59

Hall, Benedict, Lord of Staunton: connections with Cambrai, by Jack Cockburn

24.47

Hall, Henry and Benedict Charity, Staunton, The, by Jack Cockburn

25.53

Hall, Private Hubert

20.23

Hall family, of Staunton

13.39; Gage gates... 24.48; Highmeadow House 29.65

Halls

Parkend Memorial 23.47

Hands Off Our Forest campaign

26.5; 26.44; 31.3

Hangerberry Hill

Archaeology 3.50, 59, 74

Hanson, C.O., forestry instructor

17.35

Harbord, Sir Charles, Surveyor-General of Woods

16.6

Harding, Daniel, schoolteacher

18.19

Harper, John, underground examiner

6.6

Harris, Frank

34.54

HARRIS, Pauline

Herbert Howells - a personal view     17.47

Harrow Hill

Beech trees 3.28; General view 13.61; View 18.56

Hart Hill

7.19

HART, Cyril

Aluredestone of Domesday     5.19

HART, Cyril

Ancient locations in the Forest of Dean, with Gordon Clissold  15.17

HART, Cyril

The Forest Eyres of 1258 and 1270     8.21

HART, Cyril

Management of the Forest of Dean woodlands 1803-1810      21.17

HART, Cyril

The Marchership of Striguil between Severn and Wye, and its relationship with the Forest of Dean      5.11

HART, Cyril

New light on the Free Miners of Dean     8.19

HART, Cyril

Notes on mediaeval Gloucestershire, south of St. Briavels     7.11

HART, Cyril

President's introduction     1.1

HART, Cyril

Silviculture changes in Dean during the 20th century     16.4

HART, Cyril

The (so-called) 'Book of Dennis'     14.30

HART, Cyril

The Terringham family (the miners' fight against them and others)  14.62

HART, Cyril

Tom Bright: an appreciation     1.4

HART, Cyril

Uvedale Price: Superintendent of the Forest of Dean May 1806-May 1809 21.16

HART, Cyril

Verdict of the three foreign hundreds in the Forest of Dene c.1244     15.63

Hart, Cyril

5.4ff; illus. 22.5, 7; 34.52

Hart, Dr Cyril - an appreciation, by Mary Atkins

24.4

Hartland, Abraham of Cinderford

10.51

Hartpury

Police station 15.56

Harvey, FW, at the British Broadcasting Corporation, by Roger Deeks

27.46

Harvey, Frederick William, 'Will', poet

26.45

 

Harwood, George, gas works manager

10.51

Hawkins, James, collier

6.5

Hay Wood

Earthworks 11.35; Lodge 19.11-12

Hayward, Ellen, wise woman of Cinderford

35.25

Haywood Plantation

Beech tree 2.10

Hearth site, Attempts to date a: charcoal hearth survey, Blakeney Hill... by Brian Johns

7.8

Hearth site, Attempts to date a: update... by Brian Johns

25.66

HEATH,Ted

Forest of Dean police stations 1840 to 2000, with Geoff Sindrey  15.49

HEDGE, Rob, contributor

Recent archaeological excavations at Ruardean Castle  35.18

Henry I, King

5.11

Henry Cook and his wild garden, by Averil Kear

27.24

HERBERT, Nicholas

The Boughtons of Broadoak: trading and farming on Severnside, 1700-1850

Herbert Howells, a personal view, by Pauline Harris

17.47

Herbert Lodge

Pound 16.41; 18.11

Hewelsfield

Yew trees 3.32; Gough family 4.26; Harthill Wood 5.12; Cross 5.65; Wood 7.19

Heywood

28.13, 32

Heywood Engine Works, The, by Alec Pope

12.22

Heyworth, John of Abbotswood House

11.7

HIATT,Bryn

Some recollections [of Knight's Hill Chapel]     14.55

Hicks, Arthur

34.54

HICKS, Donald

An account ... of the Hale family of Ruardean and Nailbridge, Gloucestershire      13.59

HICKS, Donald

A short history of the Joiner family and Forest Products Ltd, with John Freeman  17.63

Higford family of Alvington

11.39

High Beech

Police station 15.56

High Beeches

2.13

High Nash

Pottery 1.34; Archaeology 2.35, 56

Highmeadow

Gosling Ash tree 3.31; Hodgeway Cross 6.48; Lodges 18.14

Highmeadow House, by Averil Kear

29.65

Highnam

Civil War 14.44

Highways, The ancient, of Hope Mansel and the Lea Bailey, by David Mullin

9.23

Hill, H. C., forester

16.10.

Hireson, Rev., Adsett

18.22

HIRST, Ruth Proctor

Bream traders    13.4

HIRST, Ruth Proctor

A brief study of some of the stone crosses of West Gloucestershire     2.36

HIRST, Ruth Proctor

Carvings in St Briavels Church     19.55

HIRST, Ruth Proctor

A Forest sampler, with Sue and Keith Walker and Averil Kear       14.31

HIRST, Ruth Proctor

A Forest sampler - update     15.67

HIRST, Ruth Proctor

Further Gloucestershire crosses     7.54

HIRST, Ruth Proctor

Memories       22.61

HIRST, Ruth Proctor

Milestones in West Gloucestershire, with Keith Walker  24.50.

HIRST, Ruth Proctor

More crosses of West Gloucestershire     5.65

HIRST, Ruth Proctor

More local crosses of West Gloucestershire     4.60.

HIRST, Ruth Proctor

More local crosses of West Gloucestershire     14.61

HIRST, Ruth Proctor

More West Gloucestershire crosses     6.48

HIRST, Ruth Proctor

Pastors Hill, Bream     8.23

HIRST, Ruth Proctor

Some fonts and a cross     9.38

HIRST, Ruth Proctor

Some wartime memories     10.28

HIRST, Ruth Proctor

Turnpikes and toll houses, with others, edited by Keith Walker  14.5

HIRST, Ruth Proctor

Twentieth century Bream     16.47

HIRST, Ruth Proctor

Two Norman lead fonts, with Diane Watkins  17.18

HIRST, Ruth Proctor

A visit to three Forest churches, with Diane Watkins  12.19

HOAEN,Andrew

Forester's Forest veteran tree & archaeology project at Brookways Ditch, near Parkend  33.39

Hockaday, F.S., mining engineer

6.9

Holloways

9.24; Littledean 3.55ff

Holly Hill United

8.16

Holmes, Simeon, patent fuel maker

9.5

Home Guard

St. Briavels 29.5

Home Guard in the Forest of Dean, The, by Sally McGoon

26.16

Home of Ribena, The, by Ralph Robbins

10.31

Hond smiths

Coleford 1.38

HOOF see Hands Off Our Forest

 

Hope Mansell

Geology 4.55; Forest Eyre 1258 8.21; Ancient highways 9.23

Hopewell Colliery

James Teague 3.5; Morrells 6.4; Union Pit disaster 6.9

Horlick Malted Milk and Infant Food, The development of, by Andrew Gardiner

27.39

 

Horse Pill

In 956AD 7.11

Hoskold’s Transit-theodolite, by Ian Pope

15.38

Hospitals

Voluntary 34.24; Hospital Sunday movement 34.30

Howard, Edward Stafford, Commissioner of Woods

22.16, 18

Howbeach Colliery

9.5

Howbrook Works

25.4

HOWELL, A.E.

A short history of the Freeminer's rights and as to how they are administered...      9.1

Howell, James Proctor, of Clanna

11.42

Howells, Herbert - a personal view, by Pauline Harris

17.47

Howlerslade Tramroad

7.34

Hudson, Rev. Cyrus, of Adsett

18.19

Hundreds in the Forest of Dean, Verdict of the three foreign (c.1244), by Cyril Hart

15.63

HUNT, Cecile

A brief history of Driffield Farm, Lydney     20.33

HUNT, Cecile

Poor law and workhouses in the Forest of Dean 29.53

HUNT, Cecile

Workhouses in the Forest of Dean 26.62

Hunt, Thomas, potter

3.55

Hunting

16.5

Huntley

Cross 2.37; Forest Eyre 1258 8.21; Police station 15.52, 56; Forest Products 17.67

Huntley Steelworks

32.38

I was a Brain until I married a Beard: childhood memories of Lydbrook, by Iris Beard

29.16

In search of the Patten Stone, by D.J. Price

3.35

Inclosure Commissioners

1668, 16.7

Inclosures

Stapledge 3.38

Independent Colliery

6.28

Index to vols. 1-5, 1985-89, compiled by Dr. L.M. Mayer-Jones

6.51

Index to vols. 6-10, 1990-95, compiled by Dr. L.M. Mayer-Jones

12.58

Industrial unrest

1874, 11.21

Industry

Heywood Engine Works 12.22; Nail-making 15.31; Wood Distillation Works... 24.7; Brick-making 9.42

Industry

Whitecroft Patent Fuel Works 9.4; 28.17

Infant education in Lydney in the second half of the 19th century, ... Sally McGoon and Mary Atkins

20.41

Interesting and notable trees of Dean; Thirty years on. Part 1: The Oaks, by Ian Standing

31.41

Interesting and notable trees of Dean; Thirty years on. Pt 2: Beech & Lime, by I. Standing

32.45

Interesting and notable trees of Dean; Thirty years on. Pt.3: Sweet Chestnut, Ash, Holly, Yew, by Ian Standing

33.55

Iron casting

5.48

Iron industry

Roman 1.33, 19.60; Blakeney furnace 6.45; Lydney furnace 2.40, 60; 17thC 16.6; 19thC 11.12

Iron industry

Iron pig, Edge End 3.43ff; Littledean Hall 1.11; Prehistoric 12.40; King's ironworks 25.40; 28.9, 24-26

Iron industry

Bill Mill, Huntley, Linton, Longhope 32.38; Whitecliff Ironworks 33.13

Iron ore, Surface mining of, at Wigpool, Forest of Dean: a recent survey, by Paul Wildgoose

4.4

Iron smelting, An experiment in prehistoric bloomery, by Doug Gentles

12.40.

Iron-smelting shaft furnace, Romano-British... at Barnfield, Eastbach Court, by B. & M. Walters

3.50.

Iron working at Flaxley Abbey, by Howard Ellis

1.12

James, Amos and Thomas, colliers

6.8

James, Edward, of St Briavels

11.39

James, Richard, builder

20.59

James, Warren, freeminer

Book review 2.55

James Lee, the Severn Engineering Works and Cone Mill, Woolaston, by Averil Kear

35.72

Joan Greydour and her school at Newland, Forest of Dean, by Nicholas Orme

31.12

JOHNS, Brian

An account of the Old Road from Sling to Bream and Bream's Eaves... Oakwood Valley...      23.35

JOHNS, Brian

Archaeological notes, with Alf Webb [polished flint axes; flint arrow head; metallic finds]  13.44

JOHNS, Brian

Attempts to date a hearth site: charcoal hearth survey, Blakeney Hill woodland     7.8

JOHNS, Brian

Attempts to date a hearth site: update of research in Blakeney Hill woodland...      25.66

JOHNS, Brian

Bideford Brook, Blakeney: an account of some interesting rubbish     24.43

JOHNS, Brian

Brockaditches     17.19

JOHNS, Brian

Cup stones and arrow stones     6.19

JOHNS, Brian

The Dean Road survey     11.26

JOHNS, Brian

Dowsing: a track line investigated... between Blakeney and Purton...      10.40.

JOHNS, Brian

Dowsing for trackways in Blakeney Hill woodlands and district     8.36

JOHNS, Brian

A dowsing survey on the A48 from Nibley crossroads to Blakeney      9.8

JOHNS, Brian

Extracts from a dowsing notebook     21.42

JOHNS, Brian

Forest fossatas: or, The charcoal hearth sites of Blakeney Hill woodlands     5.40.

JOHNS, Brian

Oakwood Brook, Bream: ... From Noxon Farm to Oakwood Mill     22.67

JOHNS, Brian

Observation relating to the finding of grindstones at Blakeney     14.63

JOHNS, Brian

Roman altar: an attempt at deciphering the inscriptions carved on its sides.      20.38

JOHNS, Brian

A Saxon spearhead found alongside the Dean Road     8.46

 

JOHNS, Brian

Some recent archaeological finds     9.39

JOHNS, Brian

A suspected burial mound: charcoal hearth survey, Blakeney Hill woodland      7.6

JOHNS, Brian

An unusual flint scraper     9.37

JOHNS, Brian

Wenchford: a study of a popular Forest of Dean picnic site     19.27

Johnson, James, forester

20.63

Joiner family and Forest Products Ltd, A short history of the , by Donald Hicks and John Freeman

17.63

Jones, Harold, teacher

17.39

Jones, Hugh, MC, of Lydney

20.26

Joseph, Thomas - coachman of Clanna and his family, by David Reade

24.39

Joseph family, of Alvington

12.20.

Joslin, Tony, Deputy Surveyor

16.14

Jubilee Birches

3.28

Justice Seat - Forest Court

9.1

Kear, Amelia and James of Cinderford

Epitaphs 7.56

KEAR, Averil

Adsett Congregational Chapel     18.18

KEAR, Averil

A clean end to the shift': Princess Royal Pithead Baths     22.33

KEAR, Averil

Coleford Congregational Church (from 1972 - Coleford United Reformed Church 30.16

KEAR, Averil

Education n Lydney 36.53

KEAR, Averil

Henry Cook and his wild garden  27.24

KEAR, Averil

Highmeadow House 29.65

KEAR, Averil

James Lee, the Severn Engineering Works and Cone Mill, Woolaston  35.72

KEAR, Averil

Kear's Grove     11.38

KEAR, Averil

Littledean Congregational Church (from 1972 Littledean United Reformed Church) 30.19

KEAR, Averil

Mitcheldean Congregational Chapel  31.60

KEAR, Averil

The nailmakers of Littledean and Mitcheldean     15.31

KEAR, Averil

Nobody minds, the public pays': the National Dockyard at Beachley 32.22

KEAR, Averil

North Foreland Lodge Independent School for girls at Lydney Park during WWII 34.15

KEAR, Averil

Yorkley Church Centre     19.57

KEAR, Averil and Keith Walker

Scarr Bandstand and the Hospital Sunday Movement 34.31

KEAR, David

The Forest of Dean Kears - an iron age family     20.54

Kear, John and Mary of Bream's Cross

Epitaphs 7.10, 28

KEAR, Norman

Forest of Dean USA       23.23

Kear family

Wills 6.26

Kear's Grove, by Averil Kear

11.38

Kears, The Forest of Dean - an iron age family, by David Kear

20.54

Keeling, George William, railway engineer

25.13

Keepers and woodmen of Dean, by Geoff Waygood

22.11

Kempley's churches - new and old, by Mary Atkins and Pat Williams

25.74

Kensley Lodge

19.12

Kerne Bridge

Tollhouse 17.34

Kidnalls Wood

Road through 7.29

Kilcot

Forest Eyre 1258, 8.21

King's Highway (Via Regia)

3.55

King's Ironworks in the Forest of Dean, The: a dissertation, by Alex Knight

25.4

King's Lodge (Speech House)

18.5

King's Oak

15.21

King's Pool

15.23

Kingston, Sir William

1.12

Klickmann, Flora and The Flower Patch, by Charles Miles with Cheryl Mayo

27.19

KNIGHT, Alex

The King's Ironworks in the Forest of Dean 1612-1674: a dissertation        25.40

Knight’s Hill Chapel, by Alec Pope

14.55

Knight’s Hill Chapel, Some Recollections, by Bryn Hiatt

14.58

Knockalls Inclosure

Millstone quarry 4.56; Lodge 18.14

Laci, Roger de

5.11

Lady Skimmington rides again, by Christine Martyn

26.39

Lambert, Rev W. of Woolaston

1.19

Lancaut

Oak trees 2.9; Cross 5.65; Grant in 956AD 5.11, 7.12; Lancaut font 17.18; Church bell 24.36

Land Pit

8.12

Langeford

7.16

Latimer Lodge

18.1

Lawrence family, of Clanna

11.39

Layer, Marmaduke, woodman

20.63

Laymoor Quag

8.3

Lea

Oak tree 3.27; Earthwork 7.57

 

Lea Bailey

Millstones 6.36; Ancient highways 9.23; Samuel Pepys' visit 11.34; Silver Stone 15.25

Lea Bailey

in 1692, 16.7; Lodge 19.22

Lead

From silver spoon to lead balloon: the rather short story of Blakeney Hill galena mine, by K. Walker 32.4

Leats

Flaxley 1.14

Leats at Taynton, Ancient, by David Bick

14.37

Lee, James, engineer

35.72

Leese, V.F., Deputy Surveyor

16.10, 20.62

Leisure activities

Bream 16.50; Newnham 16.39; Wenchford 19.27

LENNON,Ben

The distribution and origin of meends in the Forest of Dean 29.31

LENNON,Ben

The Lime Tree Ride: investigation into its origins and purpose        25.24

Letcher, E.M., of Cinderford

10.51

Letchers Bridge

8.3, 7

Levels - see under individual names

 

Lewis, Charlie

31.18

LEWIS, Cherry

David Mushet and his contribution to the 'map that changed the world' 30.60

LEWIS, Cherry

My beloved… letters from David Mushet to his wife Agnes, 1800-1809  35.47

Lewis, James, freeminer

3.41

Lightmoor Colliery

11.14-15; 12.11; 12.30; 17.67; 20.11; 28.34

Lime Kiln Pool Iron Mine

7.49

Lime Tree Ride, The: investigation into its origins and purpose, by Ben Lennon

25.24

Limestone

4.7

Lincoln Hill Lodge, Saint Low

19.14

Linton

Yew tree 3.33; Blast furnace 6.45; Steelworks 32.39

Lippets Grove

7.11

Little Brockhollands No. 2 Colliery

8.33

Little Lydney

5.19

Littledean

Archaeology 1.28, 3.55, 76, 78, 80, 82, 5.67, 6.49; Field strip, lynchet, hollow way 3.54; Cross 5.65

Littledean

Toll-houses 13.18; Police station 15.57; Chestnuts Lodge 19.17; Wesleyan Chapel 21.10

Littledean

Sweet chestnut trees 2.11, 3.31; Dean Road 4.35ff, 11.31; Nailmakers 15.31; Boughton family 19.35

Littledean

Inquisition c1244 15.63; Civil War 14.44; Walk 18.12

Littledean Congregational Church (from 1972 Littledean United Reformed Church) by Averil Kear

30.19

Littledean Hall, by Maurice Fitchett

1.10.

Local Voluntary Hospitals, by Keith Walker

34.24

Locomotives, Tramway

Free Miner/Trafalgar 18.38

Long Stone, St. Briavels

3.68, 74

Long, A.P., Deputy Surveyor

16.12

Longhope

Forest Eyre 1258, 8.21; Churchyard cross 2.37; Wayside cross 4.60; Police station 15.57

Longhope

Coronation 1953 27.61; Blast Furnace 32.39

Lord McNair's nightmare: the Forestry Bill of 1981, by Alan Robertson

27.4

Lords Grove

Millstones 6.36

Loughlin, Charles, MP

Parliamentary elections 13.57

Lower Ley

Mission room 18.21

Lower Lydbrook

Archaeology 1.24, 3.61, 64

Lower Soudley

Dean Road 4.35, 5.67; Iron Works 7.50.

Luckes and Nash, patent fuel makers

9.5

Lydbrook

Tramroad 3.5; Cooperatives stores 9.13, 29.20; Tollhouse 14.15; Police station 15.57; Viaduct 25.13

Lydbrook

Howbrook Works 25.40; Childhood memories 29.16; Coronation Jazz Band 29.23

Lydbrook see also Lower Lydbrook, Upper Lydbrook

 

Lydbrook letters, The, by Joyce Ball and Eric Ball

29.6

Lydbrook Viaduct, anon.

24.46

Lydney

Hundred 5.19; Forest Eyre 1258, 8.21; Dean Road 11.27; White Cross House 5.48; Civil War 14.49

Lydney

Cross 2.37; Park Farm excavations 2.24; Archaeology 1.31,33, 2.24, 60, 3.64, 68; Oak tree 2.14

Lydney

Bypass 4.62; Earthwork/flint 4.62; Fireback from White Cross House 5.48; Road from Miery Stock 7.29

Lydney

Toll house 15.47; Police station 15.58; Feathers Hotel 17.4; World War I 20.4; War memorial 20.18

Lydney

Font 9.38; Power Station 12.45; Temple 19.59; Driffield Farm 20.33; Infant education 20.41

Lydney

Grammar School 10.28; Auctions 17.12; Inland Revenue Office 17.12; Barnard family 17.7

Lydney

Mail coach 17.12; Slitting mill 15.33; Infant school 20.41; Herbert Howells 17.47; Friendly Society 18.61

Lydney

View from Primrose Hill 7.36; New Road Cycle Club 7.42; Home Guard 26.16; 'Sailor's Island' 26.6

Lydney

Ironworks 25.40; St. Mary's Church, illus. 25.7; Coronation 1953 27.61; North Foreland Lodge School 34.15

Lydney

Cottage hospital 34.24; Origin and growth 36.5; Lydney dog 36.22; JRR Tolkien and Lydney Park myth 36.36

Lydney

Census 1901 36.42; Parish church 36.46; Education 36.53; Transport 36.59

Lydney and Crump Meadow Collieries Ltd.

8.16

Lydney and Forest of Dean Coal Company

6.4

Lydney and the census of 1901, by Mary Sullivan

36.42

 

Lydney blast furnace complex 1604-1810, Excavation... by Brian Rendell

2.40.

Lydney High Street, Three ages of, by Christine Martyn

24.34

Lydney Park, The ancient trees of, by Geoff Waygood and Ian Standing

4.44

Lydney power station by Ian Pope

36.67, reprinted from New Regard 12, 1997

Lydney Temple and the Chesters Villa... by G.W. Adams

19.59

Lydney's parish church, by Simon Moore

36.46

McGOON, Sally

The Home Guard in the Forest of Dean  26.16

McGOON, Sally

Infant education in Lydney in the second half of the nineteenth century, edited by Mary Atkins  20.41

McGOON, Sally

Some memories of World War II 1939-1945       23.27

McGOON, Sally

The Forest of Dean during the later stage of the Boer War 1899-1902     21.40

Machen, Edward, Deputy Surveyor

Machen Oak 2.9; 3.21, 16.8, 19.5; Parkend Church 20.60; Portrait 21.39

Machen, Henry

34.5

Machen family

Family tree 22.19

Madok, John, of Alvington

Will 6.26

Mahoney, Brian, Deputy Surveyor

16.14

Mail Coaches

13.15; Lydney 17.12

Mailscot

Millstones 4.57; Lodge 18.15

Mainscot Wood

Archaeology 7.59

Maisemore

Crosses 7.54

Major Oak

2.14, 3.34

Mansfield, Robert

34.51

Maps

Saxton 1575, 4.44; 1608, 4.26; Speed 11.33; Taylor 1777, 4.42; Sopwith 1835, 4.49, 5.51

Maps

Lydney Tithe 1840, 4.42; Atkinson 1842, 1845, 1847, 5.56

Mapleford Old Engine No. 2 Colliery

13.31

Marchership of Striguil between Wye and Severn ... by Cyril Hart

5.11

Marefold and the furnace: a journey of discovery, by Keith Webb

9.18

Marions Lodge

18.15

Marland, Paul, MP

Parliamentary elections 13.58

Marling, Walter Bentley, of Clanna

11.42

MARSDEN,Merle

Coleford's second pottery, with Michael Mayer-Jones     2.49

MARSDEN,Merle

Excavation at Old Thatch Pit, Edge End     3.41

MARSDEN,Merle

Tan House Farm medieval excavation, Newland, Glos.     4.12

MARSDEN,Merle

Tan House Farm medieval excavation, Newland, Glos: (a continuation...)      5.25

Marshal, William, Earl of Pembroke

5.11, 20.

Martin, J.S, HM Inspector of Mines

6.9

Martin, William, collier

6.8

MARTYN, Christine

The Bread Riots of 1795     15.14

MARTYN, Christine

Dean agriculture in the 20th century     16.52

MARTYN, Christine

Forest miners and the growth of trade unions, part 1 1860-1890 30.74

MARTYN, Christine

Forest miners and the growth of the unions, part 2, 1890-1900 31.33

MARTYN, Christine

Lady Skimmington rides again 26.39

MARTYN, Christine

Parliamentary elections in the Forest of Dean 1900-1997     13.47

MARTYN, Christine

Three ages of Lydney High Street       24.34

MARTYN, Christine

The war to end all wars: the Forest at war, 1914-1918     20.4

Masons

Lydney room 17.12

Massey, Edward

2.44, 14.43

May Hill

5.62; Notable trees 22.57

MAYER-JONES,L.M.

Book review: Lessons of a lifetime: ... Chepstow & the Forest of Dean, by Brian Rendell and Keith Childs      1.41

MAYER-JONES,L.M.

Nuts in May?     1.40.

MAYER-JONES,Michael

Coleford's second pottery, with Merle Marsden     2.49

MAYO,Cheryl

Pageants, prayers and pins: how Foresters celebrated the coronation of Queen Elizabeth ll in 1953  27.56

MAYO, Cheryl, with Charles Miles

Flora Klickmann and The Flower Patch  27.19

Mayo, William, of Upper Lydbrook

9.13

Mediaeval Gloucestershire south of St. Briavels, Notes on, by Cyril Hart

7.11

Meends , The distribution and origin of in the Forest of Dean, by Ben Lennon

29.31

Meerbrook Gale

11.6

Memorial Hall Parkend, The, by Geoff Waygood

23.47

Memories, by Ruth Proctor Hirst

22.61

Memories, Some wartime, by Ruth Proctor Hirst

10.28

Memories of Parkend during World War II, by Derek Carter

26.27

Men and Lads Union, St John's Church, Coleford, 1937 - illus.

25.72

Meredith & Co. Ltd, engineering contractors

7.35

Meredith, Stanley, of Lydbrook, precision engineer

12.34

Meshach Cooke, June 1864-June 1950, by Pat Williams

21.56

 

Mesolithic finds

Aylburton 3.68; Blakeney 10.43; Bream 3.70ff; Clanna 3.66; Coleford 3.64; Eastbach Court 2.58, 3.59

Mesolithic finds

English Bicknor 1.22; Great Howle Farm 1.28; Hangerberry Hill 3.74; Littledean 1.10, 28, 3.80.

Mesolithic finds

Lower Lydbrook 3.64; Lydney 3.64; Newent 3.61; Ruardean 1.24, 3.63

Mesolithic finds

St. Briavels 1.21, 2.57, 3.66, 70ff; Tidenham Chase 5.69

Miery Stock to Lydney new road, The, by Ian Pope

7.29

Mile End

Tollhouse 14.14; Police station 15.58; Perch Lodge 19.10

Miles' Level

6.4, 13.28

MILES, Charles, with Cheryl Mayo

Flora Klickmann and The Flower Patch  27.19

Miles, Francis George, VC

12.37; 20.10

Milestones

St. Arvans 14.61

Milestones in West Gloucestershire, by Ruth Hirst and Keith Walker

24.51

Milk Marketing Board

16.61

Milkwall

Archaeology 3.85; Charity Committee c.1914 34.31

Milkwall, A new glimpse of, by Ian Pope

19.58

Milkwall & District Charity Committee, 1920

19.62

Mills, West Gloucestershire corn, by M.J.A. Beacham

27.33

Millstone quarry locations, Some, in the Forest of Dean, by David Mullin

4.53

Millstone quarry locations, Some, in the Forest of Dean - part II, by David Mullin

6.30.

Mine Law Court

3.17ff

Mine Train Quarry

13.31

Miners see also Freeminers

 

Miners' Demonstration

20.12

Miners' Memorial and Roll of Honour project

illus. 22.80

Mines - see under individual names

 

Mines and mining

1833 Survey 4.49; Working conditions 12.11

Mines and mining - coal

Union Pit 6.4; Royal Commision, 1903, 18.33; World War I, 20.11

Mines and mining - iron

Lydney 1.33; Wigpool 4.5; Mitcheldean 15.31; Westbury Brook 22.23

Mines and mining - lead

Blakeney Hill 32.4

Mines and mining - limestone

Brinchcombe, Ruspidge 7.44

Minety Ware

7.1,

Mining Commissioners

4.5

Mining Surveyors

32.52

Mining the Forest's secrets: …Yorkley and Soudley, by Jesse Wheeler & Andrew Walsh

33.6

Minsterworth

Forest Eyre 1258, 8.21; Police station 15.58

Mitcheldean

Archaeology 3.76, 78; Geology 4.5; Maynard Colchester-Wemyss 7.25; Church Cottage 17.59

Mitcheldean

Silver Stone 15.25; Portland Cement Works 11.47; Views 11.54; Toll pikes 13.15; Police station 15.58

Mitcheldean

Forges 15.31; Plump Hill quarry 25.33; Workhouse 26.64

Mitcheldean Congregational Chapel, by Averil Kear

31.60.

Mitcheldean industry, A new, by Ian Pope

11.47

Mitcheldean Road and Forest of Dean Branch Railway, by Allan Ockenden

31.24

Mitcheldean United Reformed Church see Mitcheldean Congregational Chapel

 

Moats

Breckness Court 1.33

Modesgate Grange

7.20.

Monmouth

Civil War 14.48; Tramroad 3.20; Turnpike Trust 14.5; Workhouse 26.67

MOORE, Simon

Lydney's parish church 36.46

More crosses of West Gloucestershire, by Ruth Proctor Hirst

5.65

More local crosses of West Gloucestershire , by Ruth Proctor Hirst

14.60.

More West Gloucestershire crosses , by Ruth Proctor Hirst

6.48

Morgan, Arthur, of Abbotswood

6.40.

Morgan, Kevin: Bolshevism, Syndicalism & the General Strike: book review by Glyn Ford

29.71

MORGAN,Paul

The work of the last Home Office Mining Surveyors in Dean 32.52

Morgan, Sydney

34.53

Mork

Tollhouses 14.16

Morrell, James and Robert, bankers

6.4

Moseley Green

Tollhouse 14.22; Tramroad 17.19; Brandricks Green Lodge 19.25

Mountjoy family

Wills 6.26

MULLIN, David

The ancient highways of Hope Mansel and the Lea Bailey     9.23

MULLIN, David

Archaeological notes [Dean Road; Earthwork in Cornage Wood, Lea]  7.57

MULLIN, David

Better to light a candle: Royal Observer Corps underground monitoring posts… 34.4

MULLIN, David

Captain Mayne Reid (1818-1883), adventurer and storyteller 30.22

MULLIN, David

Forty shilling freeholders? How the Foresters got the vote  33.25

MULLIN, David

The Gough family and the New Inn, Bream, with Pauline Harris and Alex Purnell  4.24

MULLIN, David

Scott-Garrett, the maze tooth, the hand beast and the fish lizard  35.8

MULLIN, David

Some millstone quarry locations in the Forest of Dean        4.53

 

MULLIN, David

Some millstone quarry locations in the Forest of Dean - part II     6.30.

MULLIN, David

The Talbot Ironworks, lost and found 32.38

MULLIN, David

Two firebacks     5.47

MULLIN, David

William Cobbett in the Forest of Dean 32.40

MUSHET,Colleen

From Coleford to the USA: the Mushet family history 1848 to 2010 26.58

Mushet, David, ironmaster

9.18; 26.52; 30.60; 35.47

Mushet, Margaret

26.58

Mushet, Mary

9.19; 26.56

Mushet, Robert Forester, ironmaster

9.19; 26.53

Mushets, The - a Forest family, by Jack Cockburn, with ... Ralph Anstis

26.52

Music

The persistence of the Brass Band tradition in the Forest of Dean 34.42

My beloved… letters from David Mushet to his wife Agnes, 1800-1809, by Cherry Lewis

35.47

Nagshead

Lodge 19.18

Nailbridge

Toll-house 13.16; Hale family 13.59; Nail-making 15.32; Tramroad 18.49

Nailmakers of Littledean and Mitcheldean, The, by Averil Kear

15.31

Nanda, Dr., general practitioner, of St Briavels

17.57

Nash, 'Jolly' John: a Forest 'lion comique', by Mary Atkins

23.61

National Broadleaves Policy, 1985

16.14

National Dockyard, Beachley

32.22

National Forest Parks

Dean, 1938 16.12

Navigation Pit

6.17

Neolithic finds

St. Briavels 1.21; English Bicknor 1.22; Lower Lydbrook 1.24, 3.61; Gt Howle Farm 1.28

Neolithic finds

Ruardean 1.30; Coleford 1.38, 3.61; Eastbach Court 2.58; Breckness Court 2.58; Clanna 3.66

Neolithic finds

Bream 3.70, 72, 74; Hangerberry Hill 3.74; Redbrook 3.76; Littledean 3.76; Newland 4.17

Neolithic finds

Stowfield Quarry 4.63; Tidenham Chase 5.69; Blakeney Hill 8.42; Etloe 9.40, 10.43

New Bowson Colliery

8.8

New Fancy - celebrating 40 years as a community site, by Pete Ralph and Keith Walker

31.4

New Found Out Pit

3.5

New Inn, Bream

4.24; Fireback 5.47

New light on Blakeney Furnace, by David Bick

6.45

New light on the Free Miners of Dean, by Cyril Hart

8.19

New Mitcheldean industry, A, by Ian Pope

11.47

New Road Cycle Club

7.42

New Thatch Pit, Edge End

3.42

New Weir Forge

1.33

Newent

Cross 2.37; Archaeology 3.61, 82; Crocket's Holes 5.62; Market Hall 7.55; Police station 15.59

Newent

Workhouse 26.63, 29.56; Forest Eyre 1258, 8.21

Newent, John of

5.12

Newland

Churchyard inscriptions 2.46; Cross 2.37; Tan House Farm excavation 4.12, 5.25; Font 9.38

Newland

Tollhouse 14.12; RAF Newland 14.52; Railway station 14.52; Church 20.56; Miners' Brass 20.64

Newland

Archaeology 1.21; Astridge Wood 3.32; Crocketts' cross, Ashridge 6.48; Lime tree 2.12

Newland

Oak trees 2.3, 4, 14; Epitaphs 4.32; 7.10; Highmeadow House 29.65; Joan Greyndour's school 31.12

Newnham on Severn

Cross 2.37; Civil War 14.46; River crossings 15.6; Severn tunnel 15.5; Workhouse 26.65

Newnham on Severn

High cross 4.60; Font 9.38; Tollhouses 14.22, 15.48; Police station 15.59; War memorial 20.18

Newnham on Severn

Archaeology 5.70; Oak trees 2.9, 3.26; Ferry 18.29; Friendly Societies 18.61; Shipyards 19.35

Newnham on Severn

18C view 19.38; 20C view 18.29

Newnham on Severn: a century of change, by Barbara Griffith and others

16.31

Nibley

Archaeology 1.31, 9.8; Tollhouse 14.22, 15.48

NICHOLLS,Eric

A commitment to education: the Westaway family and …medal, Drybrook Primary School 33.51

NICHOLLS,Eric

Ellen Hayward, the wise woman of Cinderford, with Roger Deeks  35.25

NICHOLLS,Eric

Private Reginald Thomas Packer... and St Stephen's Church, Cinderford, with Roger Deeks  25.15

Nicholls, Reverend Henry George: the Forest's first historian, by Mary Atkins

23.19

Nightingale Cross

5.65

Niware

Ancient locations... 15.17

Nobody minds, the public pays': the National Dockyard at Beachley, by Averil Kear

32.22

Noel family, of Clanna

11.42

Norchard

Syndicate 12.45; Colliery 7.37, 12.46; Level crossing 7.39

North Foreland Lodge Independent School for girls at Lydney Park, WWII, by Averil Kear

34.15

Northern United Colliery

9.3; Opening 11.24; Headframe 12.33

Notable trees of May Hill, by Rob Guest

22.57

Noxon Park

23.35; Archaeology 3.72, 74; 6.27; Oakwood Brook 22.67

Nuts in May? by L.M. Mayer-Jones

1.40.

Oak Trees

2.2, 3.26, 4.46, 16.14; Girth records 2.16; Charles II Oak 16.21; Crad Oak 24.21

Oaken Grove

Millstones 6.34

 

Oakenhill

Lodge 19.21; Birches Lodge 19.23

Oaklands

11.17

Oakwood Brook Bream: ... Stream from Noxon Farm to Oakwood Mill, by Brian Johns

22.66

Oakwood Valley

23.35

Observation relating to the finding of grindstones at Blakeney, by Brian Johns

14.63

Ochre, red

11.14

OCKENDEN,Allan

The Mitcheldean Road and Forest of Dean Branch Railway  31.24

Offa's Dyke

6.34

"Oh Mr Office of Woods - make us a road!" by Keith Walker

30.42

Old Co-operative Stores and associated cottages at Upper Lydbrook, The, by Clive Brain

9.13

Old Park Pit, Bream

16.47

Old Dam Road, Allastone

11.28

Old road from Sling to Bream and Bream's Eaves, An account of the, by Brian Johns

23.35

Old Sally Mine

7.51

Old Thatch Pit, Edge End, Excavation of, by Merle Marsden

3.41

Oldcroft

Archaeology 1.5, 2.58, 4.40; Trackways 8.40; Deadman's Cross 11.29

OLIVER, Robert

Arthur Trotter and the slanting shaft engine 29.62

Ore smiths

1.38

Orepool

Tollhouse 14.19

Organ, Diana, MP

Parliamentary elections 13.58

ORME, Nicholas

Joan Greyndour and her school at Newland, Forest of Dean  31.12

Osmaston, L S., Deputy Surveyor

16.11

Our founding fathers: the people who established the FODLHS, by Mary Sullivan

34.48

OWEN, Barbara

The Crown Prince of Siam at Westbury Court     7.23

OWEN, Barbara

Forest wills and testaments     6.26

OWEN, Barbara

Graveyard epitaphs     7.10, 28, 56

OWEN, Barbara

Samuel Pepys and the Forest of Dean     11.33

Oxenhall

Font 9.38; Earthworks in Hay Wood 11.35

Oxford, Park End Street and the Forest of Dean, by Mary Prior

30.11

PAAR, H.W.

Thomas Sopwith and the Forest of Dean     4.49

Packer, Private Reginald Thomas, Grenadier Guards, & the Memorial Gates at St Stephen's Church, Cinderford, by

Eric Nicholls and Roger Deeks

25.15

Pageants, prayers and pins... The coronation of Queen Elizabeth ll, by Cheryl Mayo

27.56

Palaeolithic finds

2.30.

Parish Cottage

Woolaston 1.19

Park Colliery Company

12.47

Park Gutter Pit

6.18

Park Hill, Whitecroft

Enclosure, 7.38; Lodge 19.9

Park Hill, Woolaston

Chapel 21.58

Park Hill Iron Mine

11.14

Parkend

Roman coin 6.49; New road from Miery Stock to Lydney 7.31, (illus.) 7.43; Station 7.37, 21.11

Parkend

Ash tree 3.31; Tollhouse 14.19; Police station 15.59; Forester Training School 17.35, 33.10

Parkend

Birches Lodge, Oakenhill 19.23; Churchill Lodge 19.24; Western Lodge, The Folly 19.25

Parkend

Oak trees 2. 5ff, 3.26ff; Lime avenue 16.10; Pound 16.41; Walk 18.12; Church 20.59

Parkend

Ironworks 25.40; Veteran tree & archaeology project, Brookways Ditch 33.39; Fountain Inn 35.4

Parkend, Memories of, during World War II, by Derek Carter

26.27

Parkend, The Memorial Hall, by Geoff Waygood

23.47

Parkend Colliery

Castlemain shafts 17.30; Links with Oxford 30.11

Parkend Deep Navigation Colliery Co.

6.4, 13.26

Parkend House and the Deakin family, by Geoff Waygood

21.4

Parker, John Beetham 'Jack'

20.23

Parliamentary Elections in the Forest of Dean 1900-1997, by Christine Martyn

13.47

Partridge family, ironmasters

8.26

Pastors Hill

House 8.24; 1900 map 8.24; 1870 plan and schedule 8.29; Memories, by Ruth Procter Hirst 22.61

Pastors Hill, Bream, by Ruth Proctor Hirst

8.23

Patent fuel

9.5

Patten Stone

4.63

Patten Stone, In search of the, by D.J. Price

3.35

People's Refreshment House Association

17.5

Pepys, Samuel, and the Forest of Dean, by Barbara Owen

11.33

Perambulations of the Forest of Dean

1300, 5.15; 1667, 1.12

Perch

Enclosure 3.11; Hill 3.5; Lodge 19.10.

Perseverance, locomotive

11.16

Perseverance Iron Mine

7.44, 11.14

 

Persistence of the Brass Band tradition in the Forest of Dean, by Roger Deeks

34.42

Petty Sessions

Lydney 17.10.

Phillips, William, tramroad engineer

3.5

Phillips-Price, Morgan

32.17

Pillowell

New road 7.38; Davis family, miners 32.32

Pillowell Level Colliery

9.5

Place names

15.17; Meends 29.31

Plane Tree Valley

4.46

Pleasant Stile Toll House, Littledean

13.18

Pludds, The

Aston Bridge Lodge 19.20.

Plump Hill

Turnpike 13.15; Pound 16.42; Edge Hills Lodge 19.11

Poet and the Shoeblack, The, by Roger Deeks

26.45

Police

Deaths 15.51; Parkend 26.27

Police stations, Forest of Dean, by Geoff Sindrey and Ted Heath

15.49

Pony racing

7.38

Pool Green

Tollhouse 14.14

Poole, Rev. Henry

20.59

Poor law and workhouses in the Forest of Dean, by Cecile Hunt

29.53

POPE, A.K.

Sutton Ponds     6.38

POPE, Alec

Bilson Foundry     11.58

POPE, Alec

The Heywood Engine Works     12.22

POPE, Alec

Knight's Hill Chapel     14.55

POPE, Alec and others

A Forest Foden     14.64

Pope, Alfred, engineer

12.26

POPE, Ian

The Bicslade Tramroad     13.20.

POPE, Ian

Brain's Tramway    18.35

POPE, Ian

Cannop - a troubled colliery       23.4

POPE, Ian

Cannop - a troubled colliery, part two       24.23

POPE, Ian

A chance encounter [Union Pit]     22.41

POPE, Ian

Cinderford Gas Works    10.49

POPE, Ian

Cinderford Linear Park and its industrial connections     8.1

POPE, Ian

Demonstrating power     19.53

POPE, Ian

Hoskold's Transit-theodolite     15.38

POPE, Ian

Lydney Power Station     12.45; reprinted 36.67

POPE, Ian

The Miery Stock to Lydney new road     7.29

POPE, Ian

A new glimpse of Milkwall     19.58

POPE, Ian

A new Mitcheldean industry     11.47

POPE, Ian

Scrambles through brambles: seeking a 'long-lost' tramroad [Shakemantle]      14.25

POPE, Ian

The Severn and Wye Railway & Canal Co: a pictorial history 1810-1894      25.5

POPE, Ian

[Sutton Ponds] addendum to article at 6.38     7.61

POPE, Ian

The Union Pit disaster, Bixslade, 1902     6.4

POPE, Ian

The Whitecroft Patent Fuel Works     9.4

Popert, A.H., Deputy Surveyor

16.12, 17.39, 20.62

Porter, Arthur, 1540

7.22, 11.39

Portland Cement

11.47

Portlands Nab, Time and tide at, by Keith Walker

18.28

Potlid Level

3.5

Pottery finds see Archaeological Notes, passim

 

Pottery, Coleford's second, by Merle Marsden and Michael Mayer-Jones

2.49

Pottery type fabrics, Forest of Dean Roman, by Bryan Walters

2.21

Pound Breach Act, 1843

16.41

Pounds in the Forest of Dean , by Geoff Waygood

16.47

Powell family, of Marefold

9.20.

POWELL, Alan

A short history of the Fountain Inn, Parkend  35.4

Powell, George, free miner

6.4

POWELL, John

Cutting corners: a remarkable Victorian plan to divert the River Severn 32.12

POWELL, John

Shipwreck: a shipwrecked Forest mariner who became a national hero  31.18

POWELL, John

Three wise men and the Severn bore  34.57

Powell, John: an appreciation

36.4

Powell, Richard, collier

6.8

Power Station, Lydney, by Ian Pope

12.45; reprinted 36.67

Present state of the Forest: Thomas Rudge's History of the County of Gloucestershire 1803

33.23

Prevost, Edward

34.59

PRICE, Arthur

Brinchcombe limestone level, Ruspidge     7.44

 

PRICE, Arthur

A smithing hearth from East Dean     7.51

PRICE, D.J.

Archaeological notes [Dean Road; Flints, Parson's Allotment; Sherds, Newnham]  5.67

PRICE, D.J.

Archaeological notes [Roman coins, Parkend/Whitecroft; Flint scraper, Symonds Yat; Basin, Ruspidge] 6.49

PRICE, David J.

Archaeological notes [1st C pot, Symonds Yat; Welshbury sword; Stone-working at Mainscot] 7.59

PRICE, D.J.

In search of the Patten Stone     3.35

Price, Morgan Philips, MP

Parliamentary elections 13.55

Price, Uvedale, Superintendent of the Forest of Dean May 1806-May 1809, by Cyril Hart

21.16

Price, William, collier

6.8

PRIDDIS, David

The Blakeney Hill stone mine     10.4

Princess Royal Collieries Co.

6.18,

Princess Royal Colliery

9.3; View 16.51; Pithead baths 22.33

PRIOR, Mary

Oxford, Park End Street and the Forest of Dean 30.11

Priors Lodge, Aylburton

7.21

Pritchard's Hole

10.5

Private Reginald Thomas Packer, Grenadier Guards, and the memorial gates at St. Stephen's Church, Cinderford, b

25.15

Probyn family, of Newland

Monument 2.46; 4.13

Probyn, John, commissioner for free miners

4.50.

Production Woods Working Circle

16.15

Protheroe, Edward

11.6

Pryce-Jenkin, Richard John, of Clanna

11.44

Puddlebrook

Archaeology 3.68

Purcell, Albert, MP

Parliamentary elections 13.53; Book review 29.71

Purprestures

Forest Eyre 1282, 5.12

Purton

Steam carriageway 1.31; Archaeology 10.40; Tollhouse 14.21

Puttenage Inclosure

3.38

Pyramid Electric Light Co.

9.5

Pytt, Rowland

2.44

Quarries

Millstone quarries 4.53, 6.30; Bixhead 13.36; Mine Train 13.31; Spion Kop 13.32

Quarries

Point 2.52; Lower Meend 4.56; Plump Hill 25.33; 28.15

Querns

6.30.

Quidchurch No.2 Gale

7.45

Radiocarbon dating

Dean Road 4.40.

RAF Newland, by Geoff Sindrey

14.52

Railways

Forest of Dean Central 6.45; James Teague 3.11; Newnham station 16.34; Lydbrook Viaduct 24.46

Railways see also Severn and Wye Railway and Canal Co.

 

RALPH,Pete

New Fancy - celebrating 40 years as an amenity site, by Pete Ralph and Keith Walker  31.4

RALPH,Pete

Reminiscences of the Forester Training School at Parkend during the early 1960s 33.10

Rattray, Rev. Edwin, of Adsett Chapel

18.22

READE, David

Thomas Joseph - coachman of Clanna and his family     24.39

Recent archaeological excavations at Ruardean Castle, by Andrew Walsh & Rob Hedge

35.18

Red and White Bus Co

Archie Freeman 12.16

Redbrook

Archaeology 3.76; Millstones 4.53ff, 6.33; Tollhouse 14.12; Ancient locations... 15.27

Redbrook

Slag blocks 15.41; Mills 27.33

Reddings Lodge

18.14

Redmarley

Workhouse 26.64

Refene, William, of Hope Mansell

Epitaph 7.28

Regards of the Forest of Dean - 1254

1254, 1.2; 1272, 1.2; 1282, 1.2, 4.39, 5.12

Reid, Thomas Mayne

30.22

Reminiscences of the Forester Training School at Parkend …1960s, by Pete Ralph

33.1

RENDELL, Brian

Lessons of a lifetime: memories... with Keith Childs; review by L.M. Mayer-Jones  1.41

RENDELL, Brian

A preliminary report on the excavation and research of the Lydney blast furnace complex 1604-1810      2.40.

Rescue and conservation of Whitecliff Ironworks in the Forest of Dean, by Ian Standing

33.13

Revolutionary reporter and Forest of Dean MP, by Nigel Costley

32.17

Ribena, The home of: the H.W.Carter/SmithKline-Beecham factory... by Ralph Robbins

10.30.

Riots

1630s, 26.42; 1658-60, 16.6; 1688, 16.41; 1795, 15.14

Rising Sun Engine gale

6.4

Roads

Dean Road 1.5, 3.37, 4.35; Lords Hill 3.85; Roman 1.10, 31, 3.55; Via Regia (King's Highway) 3.55, 4.35

Roads

Miery Stock to Lydney 7.29; Hope Mansel and Lea Bailey 9.23; Blakeney to Purton 10.40.

Roads

Turnpikes 13.13; End of Turnpikes, late 19thC 30.42

Roads, rails and water transport in the Lydney area, compiled by Ian Standing

36.59

ROBBINS, Ralph

The home of Ribena: the H.W.Carter/SmithKline-Beecham factory, Coleford 1946-1993      10.30.

Roberts, Alfred, collier

6.8

Roberts, Rev. Thomas, of Adsett Chapel

18.19

ROBERTSON, Alan

Lord McNair's nightmare: the Forestry Bill of 1981  27.13

 

Robinson family, of Littledean, nailers

15.33

Robinson, C. L., inspector of mines

6.9

Robinson, John, Surveyor General

3.9,

Rodge Wood, Staunton

Millstones 6.36

Rodmore

Furnace 5.48

Roman altar, An attempt at deciphering the inscriptions carved on its sides, by Brian Johns

20.38

Roman finds

Coins 1.31, 1.36, 2.32, 2.56, 2.58, 3.35, 3.50, 3.63, 3.76, 3.78, 3.80, 9.8

Roman finds

Pottery 1.21, 1.22, 1.28, 1.30, 1.36, 2.21ff, 2.25, 2.29, 2.56ff, 3.50, 3.64, 3.68

Roman finds

Pottery 3.70, 3.72, 3.74, 3.76, 3.78, 3.80, 3.82, 4.62, 5.70, 6.49,

Roman pottery type fabrics, Forest of Dean, by Bryan Walters

2.21

Roman roads

Littledean 1.10, 3.55; Nibley Green 1.31; Tidenham 7.11

Roman sites

Lower Lydbrook 1.24; Great Howle Farm 1.29; Clearwell 1.36, 2.29; Lydney 2.24ff, 2.28ff, 56, 57,

Roman sites

High Nash 2.56; Eastbach Court 2.58, 3.50; Woolaston 6.30

Romano-British iron-smelting shaft furnace at Barnfield, Eastbach Court, by Bryan and Mark Waters

3.50.

Romano-Celtic temples & Romanised villas, A connection between? Lydney Temple & the Chesters villa, by G.W.

Adams

19.59

Ropehouse Ditch

1.34

Ross-on-Wye

Forest Eyre 1258, 8.21; Workhouse 26.67

Rowlinson, George, miners' agent

20.13, 20.21

Rowlinson, Sam, of Cinderford

20.24

Royal Commission on Coal Supplies 1903, submitted by David Bick

18.33

Royal Engine Coalworks

6.27

Royal Engineers

16.12

Royal Observer Corps

34.4

Royal Union Steam Navigation Colliery

6.4

Ruardean

Archaeology 1.24, 1.30, 3.63; Font 9.38; In 1244, 15.63; Hale family 13.59; Police station 15.60.

Ruardean

James Teague 3.5; Beech tree 3.28; Wm Mountjoy's will 6.27; Tollhouse 14.15, 15.48; Walk 18.12

Ruardean

Horlick Malted Milk 24.39; Castle 35.18

Ruardean Hill

Lodge 19.20

Ruardean Woodside

Knight's Hill chapel 14.54; Infanticides 29.26

Ruddle

18.29

Rudford

Barber's Bridge memorial 7.55

RUDGE,Thomas

The present state of the Forest: History of the County of Gloucestershire 1803  33.23

Ruspidge

Brinchcombe limestone level 7.44; Halt 8.4; Eastern United Colliery 11.25; Police station 15.60.

Ruspidge

Parish boundary 4.38; Stone basin 6.50; Linear Park 8.1; Tramroad 14.25; Chapel 25 front cover

Russells Lodge

19.26

Ruston, John, of Worcester, ironmaster

2.44

SADDLER,Dick

Brickmaking     9.42

Saint Annal’s Gale

7.45, 11.14

Saint Anthony's Well

Beech tree 2.11

Saint Briavels

Archaeology 1.21, 22, 30, 2.57, 3.66, 68, 70, 74, 13.46; Cross 2.38; George Inn cross 4.60.

Saint Briavels

Stowe Grange 7.16; Millstone quarry 4.56; Hermitage 7.16; Police station 15.50, 60

Saint Briavels

Hermitage 7.16; Church 19.55; Font 9.38; Workhouse 26.65; Roman altar 20.39; In wartime 29.4

Saint Briavels

Royal Observer Corps post 34.4

Saint John's Church, Cinderford

11.7

Saint John's Church, Coleford

Men and Lads' Union 1937, illus. 25.72

Saint Paul's Church, Parkend... and... The Crown Office of Woods and Forests, by Geoff Waygood

20.59

Sallow Vallets

Archaeology 1.34, 3.78; Crad Oak 2.8; Beech tree 3.30; Lodge 19.10

Sampler, A Forest - update, by Ruth Procter Hirst and others

15.67

Samuel Pepys and the Forest of Dean, by Barbara Owen

11.33

Sanzen-Baker, R.G., Deputy Surveyor

16.13, 17.39, 19.5, 20.62; Oak 2.7

Saville, Rev. F., of Adsett Chapel

18.24

Saxon spearhead, A, found alongside the Dean Road, by Brian Johns

8.46

Saxons Tump

8.37

Scarr Bandstand and the Hospital Sunday Movement, by Averil Kear & Keith Walker

34.31

Scatterford Farm

Tollhouse 14.12

School Oak, Parkend

2.15, 3.34

Schools

Bream 16.48, 22.62; Gloucester, Sir Thomas Rich's 20.33; Lydney 20.41, 25.37

Schools

Newnham 16.48; Woolaston 1.20; St. Briavels Castle 29.4; Lydney Park 34.15

Scilly Point Level

7.45

Scott- Garrett, the maze tooth, the hand beast and the fish lizard, by David Mullin

35.8

Scowles

Eastbach Court 3.50; Wigpool 4.5; Bream 5.8

Scowles Farm

Tollhouse 14.12

 

Scrambles through brambles: seeking a ‘long-lost’ tramroad, by Ian Pope

14.25

Scrivens, Ralph, of Upper Lydbrook, railway porter

20.9

Sedbury

Grant in 956, 5.11, 7.12

Seed, Alec

5.8

Serridge

Archaeology 6.25; Chestnut tree 3.30; Junction 7.31; Lodge 19.17

Severn, River

At Newnham 16.35; Lydney 26.6; plan to divert 32.12

Severn and Wye Railway

6.5, 7.29

Severn and Wye Railway and Canal Co.

13.21, 17.12, 18.35

Severn and Wye Railway and Canal Co, A: a pictorial history 1810-1894, by Ian Pope

25.4

Severn and Wye Railway Co.

4.50.

Severn Bore

34.57

Severn and Wye Tramroad

3.2

Severn Engineering Works

35.72

Severn Portland Cement Works Ltd

11.51

Severn Tunnel, The first, by Keith Walker

15.5

Severn Tunnel revisited, The, by Keith Walker

21.51

Shakemantle Iron Mine

6.38, 7.45, 11.14

Shakemantle Quarry

28.15, 33

Sheep

16.29

Ship Timber

16.5

Shipbuilding

16.6

Shipping

At Newnham 16.36

Shipwreck, by John Powell

31.18

Shops

Bream 13.5, 16.48; Cinderford 17.41; Newnham 16.32; Upper Lydbrook 9.13

Short, Henry, collier

6.5

Short history of the Fountain Inn, Parkend,  by Alan Powell

35.4

Shutcastle Lodge, near Bream

19.19

Siam, The Crown Prince of, at Westbury Court, by Barbara Owen

7.23

Silley, Isaac, manufacturer

9.5

Silver spoon to lead balloon, From, by Keith Walker

32.4

Silver Stone

Ancient locations... 15.25

Silvicultural changes in Dean during the 20th century, by Cyril Hart

16.5

Simmonds, Cornelius

29.6

SINDREY,Geoff

Forest of Dean police stations 1840 to 2000, with Ted Heath     15.49

SINDREY,Geoff

RAF Newland     14.52

Sir Thomas Rich's School, Gloucester

20.33

Slade Brook

1.21

Slade Pit

6.4

Slag

Dean Road 1.5; Great Howle Farm 1.29; English Bicknor 1.30, 3.66; Coleford 1.37, 3.85

Slag

Lower Lydbrook 1.24; Clearwell 2.32; Sallow Vallets 3.78; Staunton 2.60, 3.84, 4.63

Slag

Wigpool 4.11; Newland 4.17; Blakeney Hill 5.43; Edge Hill 7.51

Slag Blocks as Building Materials, compiled by Keith Walker

15.40.

Sling

Old road from Sling to Bream... 23.35

Slop Gate, Drybrook

13.16, 15.48

Smarts of Woolaston, The, 1500-1689, by Mary Atkins

22.43

Smith, Frank, forester

1.34

Smith, G.W., clerk of works

7.35

SMITH, Sheila

Faculties and church history     1.18

Smithing hearth

6.19

Smithing hearth, A, from East Dean, by Arthur Price

7.51

SmithKline-Beecham

10.31ff

Snappe, Walter de

5.15

Soldier's Tump, Tidenham Chase

5.7

Somerset, Rev. William, of Woolaston

21.60.

Sopwith, Thomas, surveyor

9.3

Sopwith, Thomas, and the Forest of Dean, by H.W. Paar

4.49

Sopwith's and Atkinson's plans of the Forest of Dean, by Ian Standing

5.51

Soudley

Dean Road 1.5, 11.30; Archaeology 3.78, 4.40; Foundry 6.38; Sutton Ponds 6.38

Soudley

Fishing Syndicate 6.41; 'Soudley plots' 16.10; Sutton Lodge 19.7, 24; Ironworks 25.40

Soudley

Mill 17.63; Friendly Society 18.61; Aquatic Sports 6.41; Charcoal iron blast-furnace 7.44

Soudley

Archaeology 33.6

South Oakwood Level

8.33

South Wales Borderers

12.39

South Wales Portland Cement and Lime Co.

11.51

 

Speech House

Mining Commissioners sitting 4.50; King's Lodge 18.5; Miners' demonstration 20.12; Walk 18.12

Speech House

Major Oak 2.15; Oak trees 2.6ff; 3.27; Free miners' meeting 1799, 3.8; Station 7.42

Spence, William, surveyor

7.31

Spencer, Lord Robert

21.24

Spion Kop Quarry

13.32

Spring-head Temple

Littledean 1.10.

Stacknedge Lodge, Wigpool

19.22

STANDING,Ian

Ancient and notable trees in and around Dean     2.2

STANDING,Ian

Ancient and notable trees in and around Dean - part two     3.25

STANDING,Ian

The ancient trees of Lydney Park, with Geoff Waygood     4.44

STANDING,Ian

Archaeological notes [Lydney bypass, earthwork, arrowhead; Flints, Coleford, Stowfield, Woorgreen, Leyshill; Staunton slag; Patten stone]

4.62

STANDING,Ian

Cannop Colliery and its water difficulties     25.21

STANDING,Ian

The Coleford Market Hall Company Ltd, 1865-1943 29.45

STANDING,Ian

Dating the Dean Road, Forest of Dean     4.35

STANDING,Ian

The Forest of Dean: differing perspectives on its ownership, purpose and use  27.4

STANDING,Ian

Interesting and notable trees of Dean; Thirty years on. Part 1: The Oaks  31.41

STANDING,Ian

Interesting and notable trees of Dean; Thirty years on. Part 2: Beech and Lime 32.45

STANDING,Ian

Interesting and notable trees of Dean thirty years on. Part 3: Sweet Chestnut, Ash, Holly, Yew … 33.55

STANDING,Ian

The rescue and conservation of the Whitecliff Ironworks in the Forest of Dean  33.13

STANDING,Ian

Roads, rails and water transport in the Lydney area 36.59

STANDING,Ian

Sopwith's and Atkinson's plans of the Forest of Dean     5.51

Standing'The Gaff', by Dean Baxter

32.32

Standring, John, mining engineer

8.11

Stanton, Rev. H.J., of Adsett Chapel

18.22

Staple Edge, Middleridge

7.45; Inclosure 3.38; Lodge 19.16

Staunton (near Coleford)

Archaeology 1.24, 31, Oak trees 2.7; Bellman's Oak 15.25; Cross 2.38; Bloomery slag 3.84

Staunton (near Coleford)

Slag 2.60, 4.63; Millstone quarry 4.57; Millstones in Rodge Wood 6.36; Turnpike house 14.11

Staunton (near Coleford)

Roads 7.34; Pound 16.44; Thomas Gage 13.39; Henry and Benedict Hall charity 25.53

Staunton (near Coleford)

Benedict Hall 24.47

Staunton (near Gloucester)

Cross 6.48; Police station 15.61

Staunton & the War of American Independence: story of a Forester abroad, by Jack Cockburn

13.39

Steam Engines (stationary)

3.6, 11

Steam Mills

Archaeology 1.28; Opencast site 8.18; Heywood Engine Works 12.22; 1902 map 12.25

Steam Mills

Linear Park 8.1; Tramways/roads 18.47

Stears Lordship

c.1244, 15.63

Steel

32.35; Huntley 32.38; Linton 32.39

Stenders

Beech tree 2.10; Toll-bar 13.15

STEPHENS, Jo

Turnpikes & toll houses in the Bigsweir and St Briavels areas, edited by Keith Walker      14.16

Stigand, Archbishop of Canterbury

5.11, 7.12

Stone crosses of West Gloucestershire, A brief study of some of the... By Ruth Procter Hirst

2.36

Stone mine, The Blakeney Hill, by David Priddis

10.4

Stones

Buck 4.57; Drummer Boy 3.35, 5.46; Gattle 2.36; Jubilee 5.69;

Stones

Long, St. Briavels 3.68; Patten 3.35, 4.40, 63

Stoney Green

Millstones 6.37

Stowe

Chestnut 3.30; Archaeology 4.63; Grange 7.16

Stowfleld Quarry (Staunton)

Archaeology 4.63

STRANEY,ShirleyGarton

Church Cottage, Mitcheldean     17.59

Striguil Marchership

5.19

Striguil, The Marchership of, between Severn and Wye... by Cyril Hart

5.11

Strip-and-at-it Colliery

18.35

Stroat

Grant in 956 5.11; Toll house, 15.46

Stroat

Archaeology 1.38, 7.11; Slag blocks 15.41

SULLIVAN,Chris

Charles Bathurst saves Lydney dog and finds god  36.22

SULLIVAN,Mary

Lydney and the census of 1901 36.42

SULLIVAN,Mary

Our founding fathers: the people who established the FODLS… 34.48

Sunday School

Woolaston 1.19

Surface mining of iron ore at Wigpool, Forest of Dean... , by Paul Wildgoose

4.4

Surridge

Steam engine 3.11

Survey of Gloucestershire, 1947

16.64

Surveying

Hoskold's Transit-theodolite  15.38

Sutton Lodge, Soudley

19.7, 24

Sutton Ponds

6.38; Letter from Ian Pope 7.61

Sutton Ponds, by A.K. Pope

6.38

 

Swallow Holes

St. Briavels 1.21

Sweet Chestnut trees

2.11

Symonds, Rev W.S., geologist

30.5

Symonds Yat

Flint scraper 6.49; Archaeology 7.59

Take it a spoonful at a time, by Harold White

17.43

The Talbot Ironworks, lost and found, by David Mullin

32.38

Talboys, Thomas

2.44

Tan House Farm medieval excavation, Newland, Glos, by Merle Marsden

4.13

Tan House Farm medieval excavation, Newland, Glos, by Merle Marsden

(a continuation...) 5.25

Tanner, David, ironmaster

2.44

Tanning industry

4.13ff, 5.25ff

Taylor, John, ironmonger

2.44

Taylor, Sir W.L., Deputy Surveyor

16.12

Taylor, Thomas, nailer, of Littledean

15.33

Taynton

Archaeology 13.44; Forest Eyre 1270, 8.22; Ancient leats at... 14.37; Workhouse 26.64

Tayor, Rev J., of Adsett Chapel

18.19

Teague, Charles, engineer

12.25

Teague, James

Tramroads 3.4

Teague, Moses, freeminer

7.49; 11.5

Teague, Moses Edward, engineer

12.22

Teague and Chew

Advertisements 12.22, 23

Teague tramroads, The, by Ralph Anstis

3.4

Teague’s Expansion Valve

12.33

Temples

Nodens, Lydney Park 2.25; 36.22; 36.36

Terringham family, The, (the miners' fight against them and others) by Cyril Hart

14.62

Tetrapak system

10.38

Theft

Timber 3.15, 16

Thomas Sopwith and the Forest of Dean, by H.W. Paar

4.49

Thorley, Mrs M., headteacher

12.6

Three Forest V.C.s, by Pupils and Staff of Wyedean School

12.35

Three wise men and the Severn bore, by John Powell

34.57

Tidenham

Grant in 956 5.11; Early and mediaeval 7.11; Font 17.18; Police station 15.50.

Tidenham Chase

Archaeology 1.31, 5.7, 5.69; Yew tree 2.12

Timber

Supplies for navy 11.33; Trade 16.27

Timberhugge

Forest Eyre 1258, 8.21

Time and tide at Portlands Nab, by Keith Walker

18.28

Tingle family, foundry owners, of Bilson

11.59

Tintern Abbey

Grant, 1224, 5.11; Granges 5.19; Relationship to Forest 7.18

Tipping, Robert, miner, of Newnham

15.5

Toads Mouth

4.57

Tokens

Mediaeval lead 3.61

Tolkien, JRR

36.36

Toll houses see Turnpikes and toll houses

 

Tollhouses, Two more, by David Bick

Boxbush and Kerne Bridge 17.31

Toll roads

Letting 14.7; Maintenance 14.7; Tickets 14.6

Tourism

19.27

Tovey, Thomas, solicitor, of Newnham

3.16

Town halls

Cinderford 23.64; Coleford 23.63

Trackways, Dowsing for, in Blakeney Hill woodlands and district, by Brian Johns

8.36

Trade Unions

Forest miners and... 1860-1890 30.74; … 1890-1900 31.33

Traders, Bream, by Ruth Procter Hirst

13.5

Trafalgar CB/TB stones, The, by Mark Ward

34.62

Trafalgar Colliery

Electricity 12.45; Brain's Tramway, 18.35; Stones 34.62

Trafalgar frog, The, by Dave Tuffley and Ralph Anstis

19.63

Tragedy at Plump Hill Quarry, by Dave Tuffley

25.33

Tramroad, The Birch Hill, by Ralph Anstis

2.52

Tramroads

Bicslade 13.20; Birch Hill 2.52; Brockaditches 17.19; Brain's 18.35; Sallowvallets 1.34

Tramroads

James Teague 3.4; Sopwith's map 5.55; Crawshay's 11.17; Foundry 11.59; Shakemantle 14.25

Tramroads

Bullo Pill 15.5; Monmouth 3.20; Severn and Wye 3.20; Details of construction 13.25

Tramroads, The Teague, by Ralph Anstis

3.4

Transit-theodolite, Hoskold's, by Ian Pope

15.38

Travellers Rest level crossing

7.43

Tree, Veteran and archaeology project … Parkend

33.39

Trees, Ancient and notable, in and around Dean, by Ian Standing

2.2

 

Trees, Ancient and notable, in and around Dean, part two , by Ian Standing

3.25

Trees, interesting and notable, of Dean; thirty years on, part 1, Oaks, by Ian Standing

31.41

Trees, interesting & notable, of Dean; thirty years on, pt 2, Beech & Lime, by Ian Standing

32.45

Trees, interesting & notable, of Dean; 30 years on,pt 3, Sweet Chestnut, Ash, Holly, Yew… by Ian Standing

33.55

Trees of Lydney Park, the ancient, by Geoff Waygood and Ian Standing

4.44

Trees of May Hill, Notable, by Rob Guest

22.57

Trespass

Cattle 16.41

Trestyd, David, millstone hewer

6.30.

Trotter, Thomas and Co., quarry owners

13.31

Trotter, Arthur W., historian

1.34; 4.38; 11.27

Trotter, Arthur, and the slanting shaft engine, by Robert Oliver

29.62

Trotter, Dr

6.12

Trotter, Dame Janet

Address by the Lord-Lieutenant of Gloucestershire … 30th June 2018        33.4

Troup, Leslie, Deputy Surveyor

Oak 2.7; 16.14

Trow Green

Tollhouse 14.19

Tufts Brook

7.31

TUFFLEY, Dave

The Trafalgar frog, with Ralph Anstis  19.63

TUFFLEY, Dave

Tragedy at Plump Hill Quarry     25.33

TUFFLEY, Dave

Westbury Brook Iron Mine     22.22

TUFFLEY, Dave

The Woodside infanticides 29.26

Tumbling, William, free miner

3.5

Tump House Inn, Blakeney Hill

10.18

Turner, E. and Sons, quarry owners

13.26

Turnpike Acts

13.14, 14.5

Turnpike Trusts

14.5

Turnpikes and Toll Houses, by Josephine Felton and others, edited by Keith Walker

13.13

Turnpikes & toll houses in the Bigsweir & St Briavels areas , by Jo Stephens, edited by Keith Walker

14.16

Turnpikes & toll houses in the Bream, Sling, Parkend & Blakeney areas , by Ruth Hirst and Diane Watkins, edited by

14.18

Turnpikes & toll houses in the Staunton, Redbrook & Newland Areas , by Margaret Barton, map by Gordon Clissold,

14.11

Turnpikes and Toll Houses, Part III [West Dean and Wye Valley], by Keith Walker

15.42

Tutshill

Turnpike house, 15.43; Police station 15.61; Friendly Society 18.61

Twentieth century Bream, by Ruth Proctor Hirst

16.47

Two Bridges

Oak tree 3.27

Two firebacks, by David Mullin

New Inn, Bream; White Cross House, Lydney 5.47

Two more tollhouses, by David Bick

Boxbush; Kerne Bridge 17.31

Two Norman lead fonts, by Ruth Proctor Hirst and Diane Watkins

Lancaut; Tidenham 17.18

Twyford Hundred

1274, 5.11

Tyler, John, of Nagshead, forester

20.63, 22.13

Uncertainty Colliery Level

8.33

Union Pit

6.4; 13.28; illus. 22.41

Union Pit disaster, The, Bixslade, 1902, by Ian Pope

6.4

United Stone Firms

13.26

Unusual flint scraper, An, by Brian Johns

9.37

Upper Lydbrook

Co-operative Stores 9.13; Railway porters (illus.) 20.9

Upper Perlieu Wood

Millstone quarry 4.58

Upper Tollpike, Mitcheldean

13.15

Upton, Richard, potter

3.55

Uvedale Price, Superintendent of the Forest... by Cyril Hart

21.16

Vaughan, David, MP

Parliamentary elections 13.54

Vaughan, Rev. F.W., of Adsett Chapel

18.23

Vaughan, Louis, of Upper Lydbrook

20.9

VCs, Three Forest, by Pupils and Staff of Wyedean School

12.35

Verderer's Election December 2009, by Keith Walker

25.63

Verderers

And James Teague 3.7; Oak 3.27

Verdict of the three foreign hundreds in the Forest of Dean (c.1244), by Cyril Hart

15.63

Veteran tree and archaeolgy project,Brookways Ditch, Parkend

33.39

Via Julia

4.35, 9.8

Via Regia

3.55, 4.35

Victoria Cross

Forest recipients 12.35

Vindictive, HMS

12.35

Viner Ellis family, of Minsterworth

18.21

Viney Hill

Archaeology 6.22; Stone mine 10.5; Tollhouse 14.21; Friendly Society 18.61

Visit to thee Forest churches, A ... by Ruth Proctor Hirst and Diane Watkins

12.19

 

Wade, Major John

2.44, 16.6

Walding, Cornelius, miner, of Ruardean Hill

8.8

Walker, H., Deputy Inspector of Mines

6.9

WALKER,Keith

The Feathers Hotel, Lydney     17.4

WALKER,Keith

The first Severn Tunnel     15.4

WALKER,Keith

From Ethelred to Bledisloe: the origin and growth of Lydney 36.5

WALKER,Keith

From silver spoon to leadballoon: the rather short story of Blakeney Hill Galena Mine  32.4

WALKER,Keith

Local voluntary hospitals 34.24

WALKER,Keith

Milestones in West Gloucestershire, with Ruth Proctor Hirst      24.50.

WALKER,Keith

New Fancy - celebrating 40 years as a community site, by Pete Ralph and Keith Walker  31.4

WALKER,Keith

"Oh Mr Office of Woods - make us a road!" 30.42

WALKER,Keith

The Severn Tunnel revisited     21.51

WALKER,Keith

Slag blocks as building materials     15.40

WALKER,Keith

Time and tide at Portlands Nab     18.29

WALKER, Keith, editor

Turnpikes and tollhouses  13.12, 14.3, 15.42

WALKER,Keith

Verderer's Election, December 2009     25.63

WALKER,Keith

Where was 'Sailor's Island'?  26.6

WALKER, Keith and Averil Kear

Scarr Bandstand and the Hospital Sunday Movement 34.31

Walker, Rev., of English Bicknor

2.8

Walker, Rev. W.J., pastor

18.26

Walks, Forest

18.12

WALSH, Andrew, with a contribution by Rob Hedge

Recent archaeological excavations at Ruardean Castle  35.18

WALSH, Andrew and Jesse WHEELER

Mining the Forest's secrets: … Yorkley and Soudley  33.6

WALTERS, Bryan

am Chase; Staunton; Lydney; Nibley Green; Breckness Ct; New Weir; High Nash; Sallow Vallets; Clearwell; High Woolaston; Mile End]  1.21

WALTERS, Bryan

chaeological notes [High Nash, Eastbach Court; Broadwell; Oldcroft; Staunton; Lydney; Blakeney; Whitecliff; Coleford; Edgehills]  2.56

WALTERS, Bryan

kshaft; Mitcheldean; Soudley; Sallow Vallets; Pingry Farm; Glasshouse Hill; Dean Road; Welshbury Hill; Awre; Blakeney; Staunton] 3.59

WALTERS, Bryan

Dean Road excavation, near Soudley     2.5

WALTERS, Bryan

Even God cannot change the past  1.39

WALTERS, Bryan

Forest of Dean Roman pottery type fabrics     2.21

WALTERS, Bryan and Mark

Excavation of field strip, lynchet and hollow way at Littledean     3.54

WALTERS, Bryan and Mark

Excavation of Romano-British iron-smelting shaft furnace at Barnfield, Eastbach Court      3.50.

Wanklyn and Grindell, potters

2.49

War, American Independence

Thomas Gage 13.39

War, Boer

15.68, 21.40.

War, Civil

14.43, 25.47

War, First World

Cinderford 12.11; Silviculture 16.11; In Dean 20.4; 13th Glosters 20.19

War, First World

Agriculture 16.55; Memorial Hall Parkend 23.47; Thomas Joseph ...and family 24.39

War, Second World

Silviculture 16.12; Bream 16.48; Agriculture 16.62; RAF Newland 14.52; Parkend 26.27

War memorials

Bream 14.31, 16.49, 20.18; Cinderford 12.14, 20.17; Drybrook 20.18; Lydney 20.18

War memorials

Newnham 20.18; Parkend 23.47

War to end all wars, The: the Forest at war, 1914-1918, by Christine Martyn

20.4

Ward, Elam, pound keeper

16.42

WARD,Mark

The Trafalgar CB/TB stones 34.62

Ward, Radcliffe, electrical engineer

9.5

Warren, Harry, collier

24.31

Warren James and the Dean Forest Riots, by Ralph Anstis

Book review 2.55

Waterloo Pit and people, by Steven Carter

35.38

Wartime memories, Some, by Ruth Proctor Hirst

10.28

Wartime reminiscences of St. Briavels Castle, by George Beckmann

29.4

Warwick's Wood

4.44

Washery Woods

8.8

WATKINS,Diane

Death at Whitecroft Mill, with Keith Webb     21.62

WATKINS,Diane

Harold Watkins: a Forest of Dean champion     10.23

WATKINS,Diane

Turnpikes & toll houses in the Bream, Sling, Parkend & Blakeney areas, with Ruth Proctor Hirst      14.18

WATKINS,Diane

Two Norman lead fonts [Lancaut, Tidenham], with Ruth Proctor Hirst  17.18

WATKINS,Diane

A visit to three Forest churches [Woolaston, Aylburton, Alvington], with Ruth Proctor Hirst  12.19

Watkins, Francis, ironfounder, of Lydney

2.43

Watkins, Harold, a Forest of Dean champion, by Diane Watkins

10.23

Watkinson, John, MP

Parliamentary elections 13.57

WATTS, Melville

Friendly Societies       18.61

WAYGOOD,Geoff

The ancient trees of Lydney Park, with Ian Standing  4.44

WAYGOOD,Geoff

The Dean Forest Lodges, part 1     18.4

WAYGOOD,Geoff

The Dean Forest Lodges, part 2     19.4

WAYGOOD,Geoff

The Dean Forester Training School     17.35

 

WAYGOOD,Geoff

The keepers and woodmen of Dean  22.11

WAYGOOD,Geoff

The Memorial Hall, Parkend     23.47

WAYGOOD,Geoff

Parkend House and the Deakin family     21.4

WAYGOOD,Geoff

Pounds in the Forest of Dean     16.41

WAYGOOD,Geoff

St. Paul's Church, Parkend: ... and its association with the Crown Office of Woods and Forests      20.59

Webb, Albert, collier

6.8

WEBB, Alf

Archaeological notes, with Brian Johns [polished flint axes; flint arrow head; metallic finds]  13.44

Webb, Harry, MP

Parliamentary elections 13.4; 20.20.

WEBB, Keith

Death at Whitecroft Mill  21.62

WEBB, Keith

Marefold and the furnace: a journey of discovery     9.18

Weirs

Basket 7.12; Hackle 7.12

Wells

May Hill 25.57

Welshbury

Arrowhead 3.78; Beech tree 3.28; Sword 7.59; Forest Eyre 1258, 8.21; Archaeology 13.44

Wenchford

5.46

Wenchford: a study of a popular Forest of Dean picnic site, by Brian Johns

19.27

Wesley, Charles, and the Forest of Dean, by Mary Atkins

21.49

West Gloucestershire corn mills, by M.J.A. Beacham

27.33

West Gloucestershire Power Co.

12.47, 19.53

Westaway medal, Drybrook Primary School

33.51

Westbury Brook

1.17

Westbury Brook Iron Mine

2.62, 7.45

Westbury Brook Iron Mine, by Dave Tuffley

22.22

Westbury Hundred

In 1244, 15.63

Westbury on Severn

Cross, 2.38; Holm oak tree 3.27; Crown Prince of Siam's visit 7.23; Police station 15.61

Westbury on Severn

Boughton family 19.35; Workhouse 26.64, 29.56; Royal Observer Corps post 34.4

Western Lodge, Parkend

19.25

WHEELER, Jesse and Andrew WALSH

Mining the Forest's secrets: … Yorkley and Soudley  33.6

Wheeler, John and Richard, iron masters

6.45

Where was 'Sailor's Island'? by Keith Walker

26.6

Whippington Brook

Ancient locations... 15.27

Whirtstone, Elizabeth, of Newland

6.27

White, Frederick, of Upper Bilson

18.44

WHITE, Harold

Take it a spoonful at a time    17.43

White, John 'Crasher' - biology master, by Mary Atkins

25.37

White, William, of Newland

2.46

Whitecliff

Furnace 2.62, 3.85; Ironworks 33.13; Road 1.37; Tollhouse 14.13

Whitecroft

Roman coin 6.49; New road 7.38; Parkhill Lodge 19.9; Chapel 21.8; Mayor 26.50.

Whitecroft Mill, Death at, by Diane Watkins and Keith Webb

21.62

Whitecroft Patent Fuel Works, The, by Ian Pope

9.4

Whitecross House

2.42, 4.44, 5.48

Whitecross School

Side-by-Side project 1.41; Blast furnace excavation 2.40, 60.

Whitehouse, Mr., engineer

7.42

Whitemead Park, Parkend

19.5, 20.62; Repairs 21.35

Whitson family, of Newland

4.13

Wignall, James, MP

Parliamentary elections 13.50.

Wigpool

Surface mining of iron 4.4; Stacknedge Lodge 19.22

Wilde, William, keeper

5.12

Wilden, Edward

6.28

Wilderness Portland Cement Co.

11.48

Wilderness Estate, Mitcheldean

7.25, 11.47

WILDGOOSE, Paul

Surface mining of iron ore at Wigpool, Forest of Dean: a recent survey     4.4

Wildin family, of Bream

14.35

Wilkins, Rev. John, of Adsett Chapel

18.19

William Cobbett in the Forest of Dean, by David Mullin

32.4

Williams Saw Mills, Cinderford

11.61

Williams, Bill, collier, of Cinderford

18.45

Williams, Rev. James, of Adsett Chapel

18.25

WILLIAMS,Pat

Kempley's churches - new and old, with Mary Atkins     25.74

WILLIAMS,Pat

Meshach Cooke, June 1864-June 1950           21.56

Wills and testaments, Forest, by Barbara Owen

6.26

Wimbelow Bottom

3.5

Wimberry

Flood 6.8; Branch railway 7.34; Bridge 7.41

Wimberry Slade

3.5

Winner, or Winning, Pit

8.8

 

Winter, Sir John see Wintour, Sir John

 

Wintle, James, of Newnham, solicitor

6.38

Wintle, John, free miner

3.5

Wintour, Sir John

2.41, 43, 11.33, 14.43, 16.6; 24.19

Wintour family

2.42, 44, 4.44, 5.48

Wintour family see also Wynter

 

Witt, John

4.32

Women's Forestry Corps

16.11

Wood distillation

16.10, 24.7

Wood Distillation Works and munitions supply in the Great War, The, by Roger Deeks

24.7

Woodcroft

Police station 15.62

Woodside Gate, Cinderford

Turnpike 13.17

Woodside infanticides, The, by Dave Tuffley

29.26

Woolaston

Parish cottage 1.19; Cross 2.38; Domesday 5.19; Thomas Ampney's will 1445 6.26

Woolaston

Police station 15.62; Chesters Villa 4.55, 19.59; Woodside Chapel 21.56; Netherend Stores 21.59

Woolaston

Archaeology - High Woolaston 1.38; Gough family 4.26; Domesday 5.11, 19; Church 12.19

Woolaston

Friendly Societies 18.61; Smart family 22.43; Cone Quay 22.44; Cone Mill 35.72

Woolaston, A ramble through the history of, by Mary Atkins

25.59

Woolaston in days gone by: the parish cottage and Sunday school, by Lucy Durrant

1.19

Woolminoake

Ancient locations... 15.23

Woorgreen

Flints 4.63; Opencast mining 16.14; 28.13, 30

Worcester

Lodge 3.7, 16.41, 18.7; Walk 18.12

Worcester, Marquess of, Warden of the Forest

16.41

Worgan, Agnes, of Blakeney

6.27

Work of the last Home Office Mining Surveyors in Dean, The, by Paul Morgan

32.52

Workers' Educational Association

5.4

Workhouses in the Forest of Dean, by Cecile Hunt

26.62

Workhouses in the Forest of Dean, Poor Law and, by Cecile Hunt

29.53

Working Plan

1960, 16.13

World War I

Cinderford 12.11

World War II

Lincoln Hill Lodge 19.14; Home Guard 26.16; in Parkend 26.27

World War II, Some memories of, by Sally McGoon

23.27

Worthington, John, MP

Parliamentary elections 13.54

Worthy, Ernest, colliery manager

6.6

Wye Valley Woods Working Circle

16.15

Wye, River

Millstone quarries 6.31

WYEDEAN SCHOOL, Pupils and Staff

Three Forest VCs    12.35

Wyegate

Grant, 1338, 7.16

WYNN,Nicola

Adding color to history: Diaries of Thomas Hale 1885-1893 34.37

Wynter, Sir William

17.5

Wyntour, Sir John see Wintour, Sir John

 

Wyrrall family

Family tree 22.19

Yapp, Thomas

29.26

Yartleton

8.22

Yarworth family, of Bream Cross

20.14

Yew Tree Brake Lodge

19.15

Yew trees

3.32-33, 4.45, 47

Ymme, Thomas

6.27

York Lodge

18.8

Yorkley

Tollhouse 14.20; Police station 15.62; Cockshoot Lodge 19.21; Oakenhill Lodge 19.21

Yorkley

Excelsior Band 6.14; Pound 16.42; Coronation 1953 27.62 Archaeology 33.6

Yorkley Church Centre, by Averil Kear

19.57

Young, D. W., Deputy Surveyor

16.12, 20.62

Young, Henry, of Cinderford

20.22

Young, James, miner

6.4