Bibliography of Nottinghamshire Folk Plays & Related Customs


This is an alphabetical index of sources sorted by primary author or collector, and then by year of publication or collection. Each entry gives basic bibliographic information. Click on the links for further details (most brief sources are quoted in full). N.b. Many sources are anonymous, so these appear either under the name of the publication (e.g. Nottinghamshire Guardian), or under the name of the source collection (e.g. M.W.Barley Collection)
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[Unidentified Press Cutting] (1922)
*[Anon. (Auth.)]
*The Derby Ram
[Unidentified Press Cutting]
[Unidentified Press Cutting] (1971)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
PLOUGHS IN THE LIMELIGHT AGAIN [Plough Blessing at East Bridgford, Notts. and Isley Walton, Leics.]
*[Unidentified Press Cutting], *11th Jan.1971
[Unidentified Press Cutting] (no date)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
[No title - Plough Sunday service at Newark, Notts.]
*[Unidentified Press Cutting]

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S.B.A. (1924)
S. B. A. (Auth.)
*The Mummers' Play [Draycott, Derbys.]
*Nottingham Guardian, 11th Jan.1924, No.21155, p.2 d
S.O.Addy (1877)
*Sidney Oldall Addy (Col.)
*Christmas Mummers at Norton, Yorks.
English Folk Dance & Song Society Collection, Dated 1877, Class CRQ 25, Accession 4143
"Alexander and the King of Egypt" (1788)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
ALEXANDER AND THE KING OF EGYPT: A MOCK PLAY, As it is Acted by The MUMMERS every CHRISTMAS
Newcastle, T.Saint, 1788, 8 p.
V.Alford (1952)
Violet Alford (Auth.)
Introduction to English Folklore
London, G.Bell & Son Ltd., 1952
"All the Year Round" (1888)
"All the Year Round" (Auth.)
LOCAL NOTES AND QUERIES No.CCCCVI: PLOUGH MONDAY [Leicester]
Nottinghamshire Guardian, *14th Jan.1888
Antiquary (no date)
*[Anon. (Auth.)]
*[Plough Monday at Cropwell and Tithby, Notts.]
Antiquary, *Vol.25, p.20
W.Antliff (1885)
W. Antliff (Auth.)
LOCAL NOTES AND QUERIES No.CCLVI: NOTES: THE LEICESTERSHIRE PLOUGH-BULLOCKS
Nottingham Guardian, 7th Jan.1885, No.9028, p.6c
C.H.Aram (1956/1957)
C. H. Aram (Auth.)
"Ipsy, Pipsy, Palsy, Gout" [Plough Monday play from Helpringham, Lincs.]
Nottinghamshire Countryside, Winter 1956/1957, Vol.17, No.3, pp.iv,25-26
H.Armitage (1913)
*Harold Armitage (Auth.)
*Sorrelsykes
London, Wheeler & Co. Ltd., 1913, pp.25-41
C.Arnot (1974)
Chris Arnot (Auth.)
It's the Owd Ossers - MUMMERS KEEP ALIVE AN OLD TRADITION
Evening Post [Nottingham], 19th June 1974, No.29868, pp.1, 15 a-f
Ashbourne News Telegraph (1984)
*[Anon. (Photo.)]
*[Photo of school mummers from Marston Montgomery, Derbys.]
*Ashbourne News Telegraph, *Dec.1984

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B. (1886)
B. (Auth.)
PLOUGH MONDAY
Nottingham Guardian, 6th Jan.1886, No.9338, p.6 e
A.B. (1821)
A.B. (Auth.)
To the Editor of the Mercury
*Lincoln, Rutland & Stamford Mercury, *26th Jan.1821, pp.4d
C.C.B. (1892)
C. C. B. (Auth.)
LOCAL NOTES AND QUERIES No.DCXXXI: RURAL CHRISTMAS FESTIVITIES IN THE FIFTIES
Nottinghamshire Guardian, *30th Dec.1892
E.B. (1921)
E. B. (Auth.)
LOCAL NOTES &.QUERIES: Origin of Plough Monday
*Nottinghamshire Guardian, *14th Jan.1921
E.B. (1929)
E. B. (Auth.)
*LOCAL NOTES AND QUERIES: Plough Bullocks Prohibited
*Nottinghamshire Guardian, *26th Jan.1929
E.B. (1931)
E. B. (Auth.)
*LOCAL NOTES AND QUERIES: ... Plough Bullocks
*Nottinghamshire Guardian, *10th Jan.1931
E.B. (1932)
E. B. (Auth.)
*LOCAL NOTES AND QUERIES: Plough Monday Play
*Nottinghamshire Guardian, *12th Mar.1932
J.B. (1886)
J. B. (Auth.)
SUPERSTITIONS AND CUSTOMS OF LEICESTERSHIRE
Nottingham Guardian, 13th Jan.1886, No.9344, p.3 g
J.B. (1898)
J. B. (Auth.)
*LOCAL NOTES AND QUERIES: LEICESTERSHIRE SUPERSTITIONS AND CUSTOMS
*Nottinghamshire Guardian, *12th Aug.1898
J.P.B. (1893)
J. P. B. (Auth.)
*LOCAL NOTES AND QUERIES: ENGLISH FOLK DRAMA [Plough Monday play from Wiverton Hall, Notts.]
*Nottinghamshire Guardian, *22nd Jul.1893
M.W.Barley (1951)
M. W. Barley (Auth.); E. F. H. D. (Col.)
Plough Plays in Nottinghamshire
Nottinghamshire Countryside, Oct.1951, Vol.13, No.2, pp.1-2
M.W.Barley (1953)
M. W. Barley (Auth.)
PLOUGH PLAYS IN THE EAST MIDLANDS
Journal of the English Folk Dance & Song Society, Dec.1953, Vol.7, No.2, pp.68-95
M.W.Barley (1954)
M. W. Barley
ADDENDA ET CORRIGENDA: PLOUGH PLAYS IN THE EAST MIDLANDS (See JOURNAL E.F.D.S.S. Vol.VII, No.2, 1953): NOTES
Journal of the English Folk Dance & Song Society, Dec.1954, Vol.7, No.3, p.184
M.W.Barley (1955)
M. W. Barley (Auth.)
VARIA ATQUE BREVIORA: PLOUGH PLAYS IN THE EAST MIDLANDS: FURTHER NOTES
Journal of the English Folk Dance & Song Society, Dec.1955, Vol.7, No.4, pp.249-252
M.W.Barley Collection
Professor M. W. Barley (Col.)
PROFESSOR M. W. BARLEY [Collection of East Midlands Folk Plays]
*Manuscripts Department, University of Nottingham, University Park, Nottingham
M.W.Barley Collection (1936)
Maurice Willmore Barley (Col.)
*Plough Jags' Play, West Halton, Lincs.
M.W.Barley Collection, *Col. c.1936
M.W.Barley Collection (1937)
*Maurice Willmore Barley (Col.)
PLOUGH JAGS [Play from West Halton, Lincs.]
M.W.Barley Collection, *Col. 1937, Ba P 2/34
M.W.Barley Collection (1937, J.W.Price)
*Mr. J. W. Price (Inf.)
*[Plough Monday p;lay from Laxton, Notts.]
M.W.Barley Collection, *Dated 1937
M.W.Barley Collection (1948)
Anon. (Inf.)
PLOUGH BOY'S PLAY: Flintham, Notts.
M.W.Barley Collection, *Col. 1948, Ba P 1/23
M.W.Barley Collection (1949, Greasley)
Misses Greasley (Inf.)
Whatton Plough Jag Play
M.W.Barley Collection, Col. 1949, Ba P 1/38
M.W.Barley Collection (1950, L.Butler - a)
Lawrence Butler (Col.)
[Tunes and Notes on Plough Plays]
M.W.Barley Collection, *Com. 30th Dec.1953
M.W.Barley Collection (1950, G.Christian)
Garth Christian (Col.)
THE CHRISTMAS MUMMERS [Play from Underwood, Notts.]
M.W.Barley Collection, Col. Dec.1950, Ba P 1/35
M.W.Barley Collection (1950a)
Anon. (Inf.)
Notts.: Norwell [Plough Play]
M.W.Barley Collection, Col. 1950
M.W.Barley Collection (1950b)
*Anon. (Inf.)
*[Plough Monday Play at East Drayton, Notts.]
M.W.Barley Collection, *Col. c. 1950
M.W.Barley Collection (1951, J.G.Holmes)
*Mr. J. G. Holmes (Perf.)
*[Plough Monday Play from South Scarle, Notts.]
M.W.Barley Collection, *Dated 1951, Ba P 1/31
M.W.Barley Collection (1951, J.L.Moss)
J. L. Moss (Col.)
SELSTON, NOTTS. [Christmas Play]
M.W.Barley Collection, Col. 1951, Ba P 1/32
M.W.Barley Collection (1951, M.Whitworth)
Mr. M. Whitworth (Inf.)
PLOUGH MONDAY PLAY FROM WALESBY
M.W.Barley Collection, Col. Jan.1951, Ba P 1/36
M.W.Barley Collection (1952, J.Holloway)
*Mr. James Holloway (Inf.)
*[Plough Monday Play from Blidworth, Notts.]
M.W.Barley Collection, *Col. 1952, [Ba P 1/2 ?]
M.W.Barley Collection (1952, Ragdale & U.Goodwin)
Mrs. Ragdale (Inf.); Mr. U. Goodwin (Inf.)
Plough Monday - 2nd Monday in Jan. [Play from Wellow, Notts.]
M.W.Barley Collection, Col. 1952, Ba P 1/37
M.W.Barley Collection (1952, Smalley)
*Mr. Smalley (Inf.)
*[Plough Monday Plough Boys Play from North Muskham, Notts.]
M.W.Barley Collection, *Col. 1952
M.W.Barley Collection (1952, P.M.Underwood - a)
P. M. Underwood (Comp.)
THE PLOUGH MONDAY PLAY: Bulcote, 1952-3.
M.W.Barley Collection, Dated Nov.1952, Ba P 1/13
M.W.Barley Collection (1952, P.M.Underwood - b)
Mrs. Underwood (Inf.)
Notts.: Plough Plays [from Burton Joyce and Woodborough]
M.W.Barley Collection, *[Col. 1952]
M.W.Barley Collection (1953)
Anon. (Inf.)
Notts.: Plough Plays [and Derby Ram]
M.W.Barley Collection, *Col. 1951, Ba P 1/14
M.W.Barley Collection (1953, R.Astill & E.Burton)
*Mr. Robert Astill (Inf.); Mr. E. Burton (Perf.)
*[Plough Monday Play from Plumtree, Notts.]
M.W.Barley Collection, *Col. Mar.1953
M.W.Barley Collection (1953, Atkins)
Mrs. Atkins (Inf.); L. Butler (Col.)
Shelford. [Plough-bullocks Play]
M.W.Barley Collection, Col. Dec.1953, Ba P 1/33
M.W.Barley Collection (1953, G.Christian)
Garth Christian (Inf.)
[Christmas Guisers Play in Underwood, Notts.]
M.W.Barley Collection, Com. 25th Apr.1953, Ba P 1/35
M.W.Barley Collection (1953, J.D.Crossland & R.Morris)
Mr. J. D. Crossland (Inf.); Mr. R. Morris (Inf.)
E. Bridgford: Plough Monday Play
M.W.Barley Collection, Col. 1953, Ba P 1/20
M.W.Barley Collection (1953, A.J.Evans)
Mrs. A. J. Evans (Inf.)
Woodborough: Plough Play
M.W.Barley Collection, Col. Dec. 1953, Ba P 1/39
M.W.Barley Collection (1953, W.Kay)
Mr. W. Kay (Inf.)
Plough Plays [Somercotes, Derbys.]
M.W.Barley Collection, *Com. 20th Apr.1953 & 23rd Apr.1953
M.W.Barley Collection (1953, R.L.Kirk)
Mrs. Rachel L. Kirk (Col.)
GUYSERS! [Christmas Play from Ironville, Derbys.]
M.W.Barley Collection, Com. 7th Dec.1953, Ba P 3/3
M.W.Barley Collection (1953, Rose)
*Mr. Rose (Inf.)
*[Plough Monday Play from Laxton, Notts.]
M.W.Barley Collection, *Col. Jun.1953
M.W.Barley Collection (1953, P.M.Underwood - a)
Phyllis M. Underwood (Producer); Mr. Holmes (Inf.)
[Plough Boys Play at Bulcote, Notts.]
M.W.Barley Collection, Com. 15th Mar.1953, Ba P 1/13
M.W.Barley Collection (1953. P.M.Underwood - b)
Phyllis M. Underwood (Inf.)
[Photo of Plough Play Revival at Bulcote, Notts.]
M.W.Barley Collection, Com. 18th Apr.1953, Ba P 1/13
M.W.Barley Collection (1954, Bradley & Hempsall)
Mr. Bradley (Perf.)
Notts.: Plough Boys [at Treswell]
M.W.Barley Collection, Col. 1954, Ba P 1/21
M.W.Barley Collection (1954, W.Gascoyne)
Mr. W. Gascoyne (Perf.)
N.Muskham - Plough Monday Play
M.W.Barley Collection, Recalled 1st Feb.1954, Ba P 1/28
M.W.Barley Collection (1954, D.M.Hewitt)
D. M. Hewitt (Col.)
[Plough Play in Normanton-on-Trent, Notts.]
M.W.Barley Collection, Com. 8th May 1954
M.W.Barley Collection (1954, Parker)
Mrs. Parker (Inf.)
Plough Monday [Plough Monday play given by Mrs. Parker of Caunton]
M.W.Barley Collection, Dated Feb.1954, Ref.Ba_P_1/15
M.W.Barley Collection (1954a)
Anon. (Inf.)
E. Bridgford [Plough Boys Itinerary]
M.W.Barley Collection, Col. 8th Jan.1954, Ba P 1/20
M.W.Barley Collection (1954b)
[Maurice Willmore Barley (Col.)]
GUYSERS! [Play from Underwood, Notts.]
M.W.Barley Collection, *Perf. 8th Jan.1954, Ba P 1/35 (?)
M.W.Barley Collection (1957, J.B.Skelton)
J. B. Skelton (Perf.)
Plough Bullocking night, second Monday in Jan. [Kirkby Woodhouse, Notts.]
M.W.Barley Collection, Com. 1st May 1957, Ba P 1/24
M.W.Barley Collection (No Date, Anon.) Ref.BaP 1/12
Maurice Willmore Barley (Col.)
BOTHAMSALL NOTTS. PLOUGH PLAY: The Ten Pound Doctor
M.W.Barley Collection, Col. about 1953, Ref.BaP 1/12
M.W.Barley Collection (No Date, E.Paling)
Miss Paling (Inf.)
[Plough Plays in Notts., and Hunts.]
M.W.Barley Collection, *No Date
F.W.Beazley (1946)
F. W. Beazley (Auth.)
PLOUGH MONDAY AND "THE PLOUGH BULLOCKS"
Bulletin of the Nottinghamshire Schools Rural Science Panel, Dec.1946, No.19, pp.2-6
J.Beckett & A.Henstock (1991)
John Beckett (Auth.); Adrian Henstock (Auth.)
MAURICE WILLMORE BARLEY, 1909-1991
Transactions of the Thoroton Society of Nottinghamshire, 1991, Vol.XCV, pp.2, 10-14
D.P.Blatherwick (1936)
Douglas P. Blatherwick (Auth.)
THE HISTORY OF NEWARK: Curios, Legends and Customs
Newark Herald, 12th Sep.1936, No.5158, p.2b
F.Blomefield (1775)
*F. Blomefield (Auth.)
*An essay towards a topographical history of the County or Norfolk: Vol.4
*Lynn, Farsfield, W.Whittingham, 1775, p.287
J.P.Briscoe (1876)
John Potter Briscoe (Ed.)
NOTTINGHAMSHIRE FACTS AND FICTIONS [2nd ed.]
Nottingham, Shepherd Bros., 1876, pp.6-8
British Broadcasting Corporation Collection (1953, Robinson et al)
Mr. Robinson (Inf.); Mrs. Green (Inf.); Mr. Martin (Inf.); Mr. Thurlby (Inf.); Mr. Saundby (Inf.); Mr. Hollingsworth (Inf.); C. H. Aram (Col.); Peter D. Kennedy (Col.)
*[Plough Monday play from Helpringham, Lincs.]
*British Broadcasting Corporation, Sound Archives, *26th Mar.1953, Record Nos. 19033-4
D.H.Brooksbank (1936)
Dora H. Brooksbank (Auth.)
*Memories Of Old World Village: Sliding Down Bannisters Of Life (Part_2)
*Nottinghamshire Guardian, *29th Aug.1936, pp.1,6
D.Broomhead (1982)
Duncan Broomhead (Auth.)
AN EIGHTEENTH CENTURY PLAY FROM CHESHIRE
Roomer, 1982, Vol.2, No.4/5, pp.23-29
D.Broomhead Collection
Duncan Broomhead (Col.)
[Collection of Cheshire Folk Plays and Souling Customs]
D.Broomhead, 23 Bray Close, Cheadle Hulme, Ches., SK8 6DQ
D.Broomhead Collection (1978, H.Lee)
Mr. J. H. Lee (Inf.)
THE STAPLEFORD 'SOULING PLAY'
D.Broomhead Collection, Col. Jun.-Aug.1978
C.Brown (1874)
Cornelius Brown (Ed.)
NOTES ABOUT NOTTS.: A COLLECTION OF SINGULAR SAYINGS, CURIOUS CUSTOMS, ECCENTRIC EPITAPHS, AND INTERESTING ITEMS, HISTORICAL AND ANTIQUARIAN
Nottingham, T.Forman and Sons, 1874, pp.83-85
C.Brown (1891)
Cornelius Brown (Auth.)
A HISTORY OF NOTTINGHAMSHIRE
London, Elliot Stock, 1891, pp.265-280
E.Bryson (1988)
Emrys Bryson (Auth.)
Strange sights at the pub - even mum's got a beard! [Calverton, Notts., Plough Bullocking]
Evening Post [Nottingham], *7th Jan.1988
E.Bryson (1984)
Emrys Bryson (Auth.)
It's devil of a lark for Plough Monday! [Play revival at Calverton, Notts.]
Evening Post [Nottingham], *5th Jan.1984, p.6 a-d
A.S.Buxton & D.J.Bradbury (1987)
A. S. Buxton (Auth.); D. J. Bradbury (Comp.)
Early Mansfield [including Plough Monday plays]
Mansfield, Wheel Publications, 1987
A.S.Buxton (1922/23)
Mr. A. S. Buxton (Auth.)
PLOUGH MONDAY
Reprints of Papers of the Old Mansfield Society, Winter Session 1922-1923, pp.3-4
A.S.Buxton Collection
Albert Sorby Buxton (Col.)
*[Nottinghamshire Plough Monday and Christmas Plays]
Local Studies Section, Mansfield Library, West Gate, Mansfield, Notts.
A.S.Buxton Collection (1920)
*[Albert Sorby Buxton (Col.)]
*PLOUGH MONDAY PLAY EAST BRIDGFORD VERSION
A.S.Buxton Collection, *Col. 1920s, Buff notebook, pp.68-76
A.S.Buxton Collection (1920s, Manners)
Miss Manners (Col.)
*SELSTON - PLOUGH MONDAY PLOUGH BULLOCKS PLAY
A.S.Buxton Collection, Col. 1920s, Buff notebook, pp.22-32
A.S.Buxton Collection (1922)
Albert Sorby Buxton (col.)
Plough Monday Play: Worksop Version
A.S.Buxton Collection, Perf. 1922, Black & red notebook, pp.30-37
A.S.Buxton Collection (1925, R.F.Wilkinson)
Canon R. F. Wilkinson (Col.)
*East Drayton Version of Plough Monday play.
A.S.Buxton Collection, *Col. c.1925, Buff notebook, pp.48-59
A.S.Buxton Collection (No Date - a)
*Albert Sorby Buxton (Col.)
*"The Owd Tup" [Christmas play]
A.S.Buxton Collection, *Buff notebook, pp.43-47
A.S.Buxton Collection (No Date - b)
Albert Sorby Buxton (Col.)
Plough Boy's Play: Edingley Version [Notts.]
A.S.Buxton Collection, Black & red notebook, pp.23-29
A.S.Buxton Collection (No Date - c)
Albert Sorby Buxton (Col.)
*Mansfield version [Plough Bullocks' play]
A.S.Buxton Collection, Buff notebook, pp.1-7,106-107, and Insert pp.1-7, between notebook pp.110-111
A.S.Buxton Collection (No Date - d)
*Albert Sorby Buxton (Col.)
*The Christmas Play of the "poor owd oss" [Cuckney, Mansfield & Elksley, Notts.
A.S.Buxton Collection, Buff notebook, pp.33A-42
A.S.Buxton Collection (No Date - e)
*[Anon. (Inf.)]
*A Notts Harvest Home
A.S.Buxton Collection, *No Date, Black & red notebook, p.21

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E.C.Cawte (1975)
*E. C. Cawte (Auth.)
*The wooing play in the Midland Wolds
*In Preparation, 1975, Chapter 5: Two Teams in Nottinghamshire
E.C.Cawte et al (1967)
E. C. Cawte (Auth.); Alex Helm (Auth.); N. Peacock (Auth.)
ENGLISH RITUAL DRAMA: A Geographical Index
London, Folk-lore Society, 1967
Chad: Mansfield Chronicle Advertiser (1984)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
Festive revival for 'Poor Owd 'Oss' custom [at Mansfield, Notts.]
Chad: Mansfield Chronicle Advertiser, 5th Jan. 1984, No.5857 (New Series 1628), p.5 e-f
E.S.Chalk (1916/1917)
Rev. Edwin S. Chalk (Auth.)
*193. The Silverton Mummers [Devon]
Devon & Cornwall Notes & Queries, 1916-1917, Vol.IX, pp.228-232
E.Chambers (1933)
Sir Edmund Chambers (Auth.)
THE ENGLISH FOLK-PLAY
*Oxford, University Press, 1933
E.Chambers (1969)
Sir Edmund Chambers (Auth.)
THE ENGLISH FOLK-PLAY [Reprint]
Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1969
E.K.Chambers (1903)
E. K. Chambers (Auth.)
THE MEDIAEVAL STAGE: VOL.I
Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1903, pp.205-227
"J.Chambers" (1907)
"Jessie Chambers" (Auth.); [David Herbert Lawrence (Auth.)]
AN ENJOYABLE CHRISTMAS: A PRELUDE: "Sweet pleasure after pain..." [D.H.Lawrence short story featuring a Christmas Guysers play]
Nottinghamshire Guardian, *7th Dec.1907, p.17a-e
"J.Chambers" (1949)
"Jessie Chambers" (Auth.); [David Herbert Lawrence (Auth.)]
AN ENJOYABLE CHRISTMAS: A PRELUDE: "Sweet pleasure after pain..." : D.H.Lawrence's story [features a Notts. Christmas Guysers play]
Nottinghamshire Guardian, *10th Dec.1949, pp.12a-e,9
Chaworth-Musters (1890)
Mrs. Chaworth-Musters (Auth.)
A CAVALIER STRONGHOLD: A Romance of the Vale of Belvoir
London, Simpkin, Marshall, Hamilton, Kent & Co., Ltd., 1890, pp.272-277,387-392
G.Christian (1951a)
Garth Christian (Auth.)
Midlands Mummers: KEEPING UP A CHRISTMAS (AND PAGAN) CUSTOM
Derbyshire Countryside, Jan./Mar.1951, Vol.18, No.5, p.92
G.Christian (1951b)
Garth Christian (Auth.)
It's an old Underwood custom
Nottingham Journal, 24th Dec.1951, No.39284, p.4 d-e
G.Christian (1954)
*Garth Christian (Auth.)
*On the Eve of Christmas
*Nottingham Journal, *c.1954
A.Cockburn Collection (1972, M.Couldry)
*Anne Cockburn (Col.); Michael Couldry (Col.)
*[Guysers Play from Brinsley, Notts.]
A.Cockburn Collection, *1972
A.Coleman (1972)
Arthur Coleman (Auth.)
Guysers
Eastwood & Kimberley Advertiser, *21st Jan.1972, Vol.75, No.4065
S.J.Coleman (no date)
S. Jackson Coleman (Auth.)
*Quaint lore of Nottinghamshire, Treasury of County Folklore IV

S.J.Coleman (1942)
*Mr. S. Jackson Coleman (Auth.)
*[No Title - Appeal for information on Notts. folklore]
Nottinghamshire Guardian, *26th Sep.1942
F.Collingwood (1933)
Frances Collingwood (Auth.)
Folk Lore of Nottinghamshire
Nottinghamshire Magazine, 1933, Vol.1, No.3, pp.187-188
W.M.Comber et al (1961)
Winifred M. Comber (Ed.); Lesley Gibson (Ed.); Dorothy Haworth (Ed.)
CHESHIRE VILLAGE MEMORIES II: being extracts from Thirty-Nine Scrap Books and Jottings of Local History made by members of the Women's Institutes.
Tilston Court, Cheshire Federation of Women's Institutes, Sep.1961
W.M.Comber et al (1961) p.100
[Anon. (Auth.)]
*WAVERTON [Souling]
W.M.Comber et al (1961), p.100
W.M.Comber et al (1961) p.16
[Anon. (Auth.)]
*ANTROBUS [Souling Play]
W.M.Comber et al (1961), p.16, photo.
W.M.Comber et al (1961) p.21
[Anon. (Auth.)]
*ASTBURY [Play by Geysers Men on Souling Day]
W.M.Comber et al (1961), p.21
W.M.Comber et al (1961) p.42
[Anon. (Auth.)]
COMBERBACH [Soul-caking]
W.M.Comber et al (1961), p.42
W.M.Comber et al (1961) p.56
[Anon. (Auth.)]
*GUILDEN SUTTON [Soul-caking]
W.M.Comber et al (1961), p.56
W.M.Comber et al (1961) p.73
[Anon. (Auth.)]
*KINGSLEY [Horse's Head custom]
W.M.Comber et al (1961), p.73
W.M.Comber et al (1961) p.82
[Anon. (Auth.)]
*OVER PEOVER [Souling and May Day]
W.M.Comber et al (1961), p.82
S.M.Cooke (1980)
Sheila M. Cooke (Ed.)
D.H.Lawrence and Nottinghamshire 1885-1910 [includes facsimile of "J.Chambers" (1949) - D.H.Lawrence's short story on Guysers]
Nottinghamshire County Council, Leisure Services/Libraries, 1980, ISBN 0-902751-10-7, Item 5
R.Coope (1991)
Rosalys Coope (Auth.)
THE WILDMAN FAMILY AND COLONEL THOMAS WILDMAN OF NEWSTEAD ABBEY, NOTTINGHAMSHIRE
Transactions of the Thoroton Society of Nottinghamshire, 1991, Vol.XCV, pp.50-66
Corporation of Nottingham (1914)
Corporation of Nottingham (Comp.)
RECORDS OF THE BOROUGH OF NOTTINGHAM: BEING A SERIES OF EXTRACTS FROM THE ARCHIVES OF THE CORPORATION OF NOTTINGHAM: VOL.VI. 1702-1760 [includes records relating to the Plough Day Fair]
Nottingham, Thos. Forman & Sons, 1914
A.Cossons (1962)
Arthur Cossons (Auth.)
THE VILLAGERS REMEMBER
Transactions of the Thoroton Society, 1962, Vol.66, pp.67-82
Country Life (1965)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
TOWN AND COUNTRY: WHERE MUMMERS STILL SURVIVE [Guisers from Underwood, Notts. and Mummers from Symondsbury, Marshfield, South Verney and Sussex]
Country Life, 16th Dec.1965, Vol.CXXXVIII, No.3589, p.1683a
Creswell's Nottingham Journal (1763a)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
[No Title - Advert for date of Nottingham's Epiphany Fair]
Creswell's Nottingham Journal, 24th Dec.1763, Vol.II, No.152, p.3 c
Creswell's Nottingham Journal (1763b)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
[No Title - Advert for date of Nottingham's Epiphany Fair]
Creswell's Nottingham Journal, 31st Dec.1763, Vol.II, No.153, p.3 b

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M.Barley (1993)
Maurice Barley (Auth.)
THE CHIEFEST GRAIN [Autobiography of Plough Play collector Maurice Barley]
Nottingham, University of Nottingham, 1993, ISBN 0-904857-05-0

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