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Proceedings: Volume 1 (Published Autumn 1992)

  1. Two houses in Penns Lane, by Jim May (19th c.) View ...
  2. Eight views of Boldmere: Illustrations for a history of Boldmere, by Ken Williams (18/19th c.) View ...
  3. Early Enclosure movements in Sutton Coldfield, by Janet Lillywhite (18th/19th c.) View ...
  4. Captain Walter Peyton and his voyages, by A.F. Fentiman (17th c.) View ...
  5. The Royal Oak, by K.M. Kendall (19th c.) View ...
  6. Sutton Coldfield Rectory Tithes, by Norman G. Evans (17th – 19th c.) View ...
  7. Little Sutton in 1569, by Roger Lea View ...
  8. Probate Records of the Early Seventeenth Century, by Gene Hetherington View ...
  9. Minutes of the Park Estates and Building Committee 1880-94, by Betty May View ...
  10. Walmley Schools: Warden and Society Minutes 1822-29, by Robert Pritchard View ...

Proceedings: Volume 2 (Published Summer 1993)

  1. Marchmount House (Wylde Green), by Alan Howells (19th c.) View ...
  2. Vesey Cottage at St Peter’s, Maney, by A.F. Fentiman (16th - 19th c.) View ...
  3. The Mount, Reddicap Hill, Sutton Coldfield, by Janet Jordan (20th c.) View ...
  4. The Adventures of a Novice in the Local History Wonderland, by Betty May (re An old cottage  in Boldmere 19thc.) View ...
  5. The Hayward Family, by Keith Jordan (19th c.) View ...
  6. The “Old Sun” Public House, by Kate Kendall (17th – 20th c.) View ...
  7. Sutton Coldfield Churchyard; the old Boundaries,  by Norman G. Evans (15th c. onwards) View ...
  8. Geoffrey de Warmelegh, by Robert Pritchard (13th c.) View ...
  9. Sutton Coldfield Fire Brigade, by Fred Waite (19th c.) View ...
  10. The Adderley Family of Hams Hall, by Ethel M. Pritchard (16th/17th c.) View ...
  11. Maney Windmill, by Ken Williams (14th c.) View ...

Proceedings: Volume 3 (Published Spring 1994)

  1. Henry Brindley, Hairdresser, by Mike Hinson (19th c) View ...
  2. Charles Adams and Reddicap Hill, by Janet Jordan (19th c.) View ...
  3. The Butler Family, 1891-1927, by Keith Jordan View ...
  4. The Railway Line through Sutton Park, by David Bramham (19th c.) View ...
  5. Offences in the Park, by Betty May (19th/20th c.) View ...
  6. That Hideous Terrace, by Roger Lea (re Lower Parade Area – 19th c.) View ...
  7. Behind the Parade, by Janet Lillywhite (The Development of Victoria Road, Newhall Street, Queen Street and Holland Street – 19th c.) View ...
  8. The Gibbons and Sacheverells at New Hall, by Albert Fentiman (15th – 18th c) View ...
  9. A Look at Falcon Lodge, by Marian Baxter (19th/20th c.) View ...

Proceedings: Volume 4 (Published Spring 1997)

  1. Discovering Holbeche, by Janet Jordan (19th c.) View ...
  2. The Relief of Sutton’s Poor, by Mike Hinson (15th – 19th c.) View ...
  3. History of Gas in Sutton Coldfield by Alan Howells (19th c.) View ...
  4. Notes on the Fee Farm Rent by A.F. Fentiman (16th c – 19th c.) View ...
  5. Canwell in the 18th and 19th Centuries by Michael Vowles View ...
  6. A 17th Century Sutton Coldfield Glossary, by Gene Hetherington and Jim May View ...
  7. War-Time Sutton – extracts from the Diaries of Gwilym O. Griffith, by Gwenda Pick View ...

Proceedings: Volume 5 (Published Autumn 1999)

  1. The Relief of Sutton’s Poor, Part II, by Mike Hinson (19th c.) View ...
  2. A Petition of 1683, by Jim May and Roger Lea View ...
  3. The Aylesford Collection by Albert Fentiman View ...
  4. Fifteenth Century Sutton from the Bailiff’s Accounts by Anne-Marie Powell and Roger Lea View ...

Proceedings: Volume 6 (Published Autumn 2001)

  1. Sutton’s Famous Organist by Norman Granville Evans (re: Dr John Alcock – 18th c.) View ...
  2. Walmley Ash Lane, by Barbara Webb (19th c.) View ...
  3. Racecourses in Sutton Park, by Mike Hinson (19th c.) View ...
  4. Tudor Road – an early history, by Richard Morris (19th/20th c.) View ...
  5. Application for a Blue Plaque for Lieutenant Colonel Richard Holbeche, by Janet Jordan (19th c.) View ...
  6. Wylde Green Farm, by Alan Howells (18th – 20th c.) View ...
  7. Sutton Coldfield in 1416 – a thriving town? by Roger Lea View ...

Proceedings: Volume 7 (Published Summer 2004)

  1. Kersey and other cloths woven in Sutton Coldfield, by Albert Fentiman, (16th – 19th c.) View ...
  2. Village Greens in Sutton Coldfield, by Roger Lea (prior to Enclosure) View ...
  3. The Last Surviving Tollhouse in Birmingham, by Roy Billingham (18th/19thc.) View ...
  4. Richard Holbeche – Letters from India, by Janet Jordan (19th c.) View ...
  5. Great Grandad’s Army – the Loss of the Rifle Range, by Mike Hinson (19th c.) View ...
  6. Electricity comes to Sutton Coldfield, 1901, by Alan Howells View ...

Proceedings: Volume 8 (Published Autumn 2007)

  1. The History of Reddicap Heath, by Janet Jordan (Bronze Age to 21st c.) View ...

Proceedings: Volume 9 Full Colour Edition (Published Spring 2009)

  1. A Bit of a Gamble, by Janet Jordan (19th c.) View ...
  2. Great Grandad’s Army–2: Home by Christmas by Mike Hinson (19th – 20th c.) View ...
  3. The Background to the Sacheverel Riots of 1714 and 1715 in Birmingham and the Sutton Coldfield Connection, by Roy Billingham (18th c.) View ...
  4. The Whorwoods, by Jim Whorwood (16th c. to date) View ...
  5. The Cottage at 144 Birmingham Road, Wylde Green, by Alan Howells (18th c) View ...
  6. Historic Building Features at 1 High Street, by Roger Lea (17th to 20th c.) View ...
  7. Sutton in the Civil War, by Roger Lea (17th c.) View ...

Proceedings: Volume 10 (Published Autumn 2012)

  1. Wylde Green House, by Alan Howells (17th c. - 20thc.) View ...
  2. Late nineteenth century military archaeology in Sutton Park's Longmoor Valley, by Roy Billingham View ...
  3. Great Grandad's Army - 3 - Pals in the Park, by Mike Hinson (WWI) View ...
  4. Eco-warriors invade the Sutton Coldfield Area, by Keith Jordan (1980 - 1998) View ...
  5. Midland Red omnibuses in the Borough, by Roy Billingham (1913 to early 1920s) View ...
  6. Sutton Coldfield Railway Embankment in the 1860s, by Janet Jordan View ...
  7. The Poplars, 204 Birmingham Road, by Alan Howells (19th c. - present day) View ...
  8. Building History at 30 High Street, by R. Lea and A. Howells (18th c. - present day) View ...
  9. Sutton Park's  Heathland Archaeology, by Roy Billingham View ...

Proceedings: Volume 11 (Published Summer 2013)

  1. Dr George Bodington,  A Victorian physician ahead of his times, by Andrew MacFarlane (1799-1882) View ...
  2. 'Chalford', Belwell Lane - A history of the house and its owners,  Chapter 1. - Edward Hill James & Family,  by Keith Jordan (1827-2009) View ...

Proceedings: Volume 12 (Published Spring 2015)

  1. Housing Development in the Borough of Sutton Coldfield, as shown in the Annual Reports of the Medical Officer of Health, by Janet Lillywhite
  2. Slipper Baths, by Don McCollam
  3. 'Oakhurst' - the Changing Fortunes of a Family Home, by Christine Lea
  4. Sutton Park Archaeology: unraveling a Complex of Ground Disturbances, by Roy Billingham
  5. The First World War, 1914-18, by Alan Howells
  6. William Felton Senior and William Felton Junior, Schoolmasters of nineteenth century Sutton Coldfield, by Janet Jordan
  7. The Silent Films of 1923 shown at the Empress cinema, Sutton Coldfield, by Don McCollam
  8. The Roads through the Woods: historic routes in Sutton Park, by Mike Hodder
  9. Domestic Service in Anchorage Road, by Janet Lillywhite

Proceedings: Volume 13 (Published Spring 2017)

  1. 'Bridlemere', Maney Hill Road, by Janet Jordan
  2. Pools, ponds and watery landscapes in Sutton Coldfield, by Mike Hodder
  3. The comments of a 19th century cleric about Sutton Park and other local observations, by Roy Billingham
  4. The History of Sutton's Workhouse: 1737-1903, by Mike Hinson
  5. Midland Lodge, Sutton Park: A history of the building with details of its architecture, by Roy Billingham
  6. Hangings and Highwaymen (around Sutton Coldfield), by Janet Jordan
  7. Directory of the Parade, 1901, 1908 and 1911, by Don McCollam