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The Ashbys of Tysoe
Sources and Acknowledgements
- M. K. Ashby, "Joseph Ashby of Tysoe, 1859-1919: a study of English village life" (1961)
- E.A.B. Barnard, F.S.A, F.R.Hist.S. "Old Barcheston, Warwickshire, 1626-1725".
- William George Spencer Scott Compton, 5th Marquess of Northampton, "Compton Wynyates"
- Nicholas Cooper, "Aynho"
- Peter Fewson (email): Information Re the Fardon family
- Martin Gillett (email): Information Re the Gillett family
- Vera Hodgkins and Christone Bloxham, "Banbury and Shutford Plush"
- Edith Lyle, "M.K. Ashby, a Commerative Portait"
- J.M Martin, "Warwickshire and the parliamentary enclosure movement". (Phd Thesis, April 1965, University of Birmingham)
- Peter McKay, archivist, Castle Ashby (email): Information Re Compton family
- Edward H Milligan, "My ancestors were Quakers"
- Barb Stacey (email): Information Re Sodens, and other miscellaneous help too numerous to list.
- Audrey Taylor, "Gillets, Bankers of Banbury and Oxford".
- Alan Tennant (email): Information Re Ashbys of Brailes
- Philip Tennant, "Edgehill & Beyond, The People's War in the South Midlands 1642-1645".
- Jeremy Waters (email): Information Re the Morris family
- Nolan Webb (email): Information Re the Harris family and Tysoe emigrations
- Jack V. Wood, "Some Rural Quakers: A history of Quakers and
Quakerism at the corners of the four shires of Oxford, Warwick,
Worcester and Gloucester."
- D.B. Woodfield, "The Parish Registers of Tysoe"
- Alfred Woodward, "Memories of Brailes"
- Alfred Woodward, "A Pictorial History of Brailes"
- William White, "Friends in Warwickshire"
- Kevin Wyles, "From Thatch to Fire" (history of the Tysoe fire brigade, plus many old pictures of Tysoe).
- "Longborough through the centuries" (prepared and published by the Longborough History Group).
- Wendy Meredith
- http://www.oxforddnb.com (Oxford Dictionary of National Biography,
Oxford University Press, 2004 - articles on Joseph Ashby, A.W. Ashby)
- http://www.cherwell-dc.gov.uk/banburymuseum/candc.cfm ("Cake and
Cockhorse" online. Articles include "A Tysoe resident writes home", and
articles on the Gilkes, Beesley, Gillett families).
- Warks. CRO, Ashby papers CR2500, CR2783