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Berkshire Record Office: 2011 Accessions

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  • Allright family of Arborfield: deeds rel to properties in Arborfield, Barkham, Shinfield, Swallowfield 1580-1895 (D/EX 2216)
  • Toomer family of Newbury: misc family papers 1786-1937 (D/EX 2229)
  • Vere Langford Oliver of Sunningdale: personal and family diaries 1884-91 (D/EX 2262)
  • William Savory, apothecary and surgeon: memorandum book 1792 (D/EX 2275)
  • Lt-Col Edward Stotherd, Indian Army: summary diaries rel to social life and travel 1925-32 (D/EZ171)
  • Major William Richard Mortimer Thoyts, Royal Berkshire Militia: pocket diaries 1857-1908 (D/EX 2273)
  • William Waterson, antiquary: memorandum book and antiquarian notes on Winkfield 1727-67 (D/EX 2270)
  • Helen Williams, wife of John Peesley Gegg, farmer: diaries 1842-46 (D/EX 2274)
  • Ascot War Hospital: photograph album c1914-18 (D/EX 2243)
  • Basildon tithe: map, award and altered apportionment 1839-1931 (D/P 14)
  • Berkshire Sun and Leisure Club, naturist society: records incl minutes, newsletters and notes on the society's history c1978-2011 (D/EX 2267)
  • Burghfield Common Enclosure: map and award 1853 (CPC 29)
  • East Reading Horticultural Society: minutes and other records 1941-2010 (D/EX 1482)
  • Maidenhead Cycling and Athletic Club: minutes, fixture lists and programmes 1914-99 (D/EX 2251)
  • Reading Aero Club: minutes 1932-34 (D/EX 2276)
  • Sandhurst enclosure: papers of Decimus Godson, surveyor, rel to the enclosure 1815-18 (D/EX 2269)
  • Wash Common Enclosure, Newbury: map and award 1855, 1858 (N)
  • Wokingham Theatre: records incl administrative and production papers 1947-2009 (D/EX 2083)
  • Daily weather records for locations incl Lockinge and Wantage kept by Charles Henry Eady and his descendants 1860-1984 (D/EX 2258)