Volume 12 – Apr 2021 to DateALHS Admin2023-11-15T17:01:12+00:00 The editor of Volume 12 of the ALHS Journal is Jeremy Worth Search for: Results from this volume will not appear in the search until it is indexed upon completion. More recent journal volumes are only available to ALHS members. Volume 12.1 – Apr 2021 Contents– Preamble – No 33 Market Place, formerly Barnwells – Norfolk Churches – Shardlake’s Norwich – CJ Sansom’s Tombland and Kett’s Rebellion – A study of the buildings of Walsingham – Gill Fletcher† – A Life Remembered – Society AGM and forthcoming talks Volume 12.2 – Aug 2021 Contents– Preamble – Remembering the Duke’s Visit – Duke of Edinburgh – Patron of the Norfolk Wherry Trust – Aylsham Egg Packing Station and the Taylor/Stackwood family – Humphrey Repton and his family: Correspondence 1805 – 1816 Review – Roger Polhill’s Personal Achievement Award – The Norwich Guild Feast, c1560 – 1720: Of Marchpanes and the Very Best of Hams – Norwich Castle – Gateway to Medieval England – Viking Age East Anglia Volume 12.3 – Dec 2021 Contents– Preamble – Aylsham Heritage Centre: the first ten years – Harry Proudfoot (1869 – 1961) – William Repton: the untold story – 1841: A Census Year – Sir William’s Lane: a deliberate misnomer? – Industrial activity in nineteenth century Norfolk – Ann Dyball† – Aylsham Local History Society AGM 2021 Minutes and Accounts Volume 12.4 – Apr 2022 Contents– Preamble – Hard times for Horstead and Coltishall: The opening of the Aylsham navigation in 1779, by Margaret Bird – Hope, Prayer and Care: Reflections on the Early Days of the Pandemic in Aylsham, by the Rev Jack Branford – The Victorian Textile Industry in the Aylsham area, by Jim Pannell – Studying the Iron Age of Norfolk: a talk by Dr John Davies – The M&GN and North Norfolk, a talk by Nigel Digby – Barbara Miller† a tribute Volume 12.5 – Aug 2022 Contents– Preamble – A short history of the Aylsham Town Archive, by Maggie Vaughan-Lewis – The Chloroformist By Dr Christine Ball, Review by David Nunn – The Chloroformist, a note by Maggie Vaughan-Lewis – To the Editor, a letter from Keith Brooke – A brief history of Keys auctions, by Martyn Fox MBE – All was not what it seemed! A talk by Clare Haynes – Thomas Fowell Buxton (1786-1845) – Great social reformer and the force behind the final abolition of slavery, a talk by Rob Knee – Excursion to Wymondham – Roger Polhill Volume 12.6 – Dec 2022 Contents– Preamble – Walter Juan Finch – artist and photographer, by Roger Polhill – A Post Card from Aylsham, by Adi Raschkewitz – Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II remembered – All aboard the Ghost Train with Jamie Fox and Nigel Digby – Tour of Warham Camp on Thursday 7th July with Dr John Davies – Reading and analysing the historic landscape of your area, a talk by Adrian O’dell – Aylsham Local History Society AGM 2022 Minutes and Accounts – Claudia Pim† More recent journal volumes are only available to ALHS members.