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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R.M.N. (1925a)
R. M. N. (Auth.)
*A Redruth Christmas Play
Old Cornwall, Apr.1925, Vol.1, No.1, pp.29-31
R.M.N. (1925b)
R. M. N. (Auth.)
*A Guise-Dance Play from St.Keverne [Cornwall]
Old Cornwall, Apr.1925, Vol.1, No.1, pp.31-32
Newark Advertiser (1870)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
THE TAR BARREL NUISANCE
Newark Advertiser, 9th Nov.1870, No.618, p.4b
Newark Advertiser (1871)
*[Anon. (Auth.)]
*Mummers [Hobby Horse play, etc., in North Notts.]
*Newark Advertiser, *18th Jan.1871
Newark Advertiser (1890)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
*Local and general news: CLAYPOLE - PLOUGH MONDAY
Newark Advertiser, 22nd Jan.1890, Vol.38, No.1807, p.5f
Newark Advertiser (1896)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
BALDERTON.- PLOUGH MONDAY
Newark Advertiser, 15th Jan.1896, Vol.44, No.2118, p.5 f
Newark Advertiser (1951a)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
When Farm Folk Danced And Drank Good Ale [Plough Monday customs]
Newark Advertiser, 10th Jan.1951, Vol.98, No.4970, p.2c-e
Newark Advertiser (1951b)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
PLOUGH SUNDAY A REMINDER OF WORK'S DIGNITY [Newark]
Newark Advertiser, 10th Jan.1951, Vol.98, No.4970, p.12f-g
Newark Advertiser (1957a)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
PLOUGH BOYS ARE HERE [North Muskham Plough Monday play]
Newark Advertiser, 2nd Jan.1957, Vol.104, No.5193, p.10c-e
Newark Advertiser (1957b)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
PLOUGH SUNDAY SERVICE [Newark]
Newark Advertiser, *16th Jan.1957, Vol.104, No.5195, p.11,12c-e
Newark Advertiser (1976a)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
Cropwell revival
Newark Advertiser, *10th Jan.1976, p.28
Newark Advertiser (1976b)
*[Anon. (Auth.)]
*Mummers in action
*Newark Advertiser, *17th Jan.1976, Vol.123, No.6484, p.15
Newark Advertiser (1976c)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
Mummer's play [written for villages near Newark, Notts.]
Newark Advertiser, *6th Mar. 1976
Newark Advertiser (1976d)
*[Anon. (Auth.)]
*[No Title - Palace Theatre's "Newark Mummers" at Thoresby Hall]
Newark Advertiser, *5th June 1976
Newark Advertiser (1980)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
Time for a blessing: Food biggest 1980 worry for some
Newark Advertiser, 11th Jan.1980, Vol.127, No.6690, p.17a-d
Newark Advertiser (1980a)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
*Plough Service at Tithby
Newark Advertiser, *18th Jan. 1980
Newark Advertiser (1980b)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
Weekend of festive fun at Flintham [Ploughboys' Play]
Newark Advertiser, 30th May 1980, Vol.127, No.6710, p.14a-f
Newark Advertiser (1983a)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
Cities halt life rhythm -bishop [Newark Plough Blessing on Plough Sunday]
Newark Advertiser, 14th Jan.1983, Vol.131, No.6844, p.7
Newark Advertiser (1983b)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
Plough Boys [Brant Broughton, Lincs. team at Derby]
Newark Advertiser, 14th Jan.1983, Vol.131, No.6844, p.15
Newark Advertiser (1986)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
Bishop at first plough service [Plough Sunday at East Stoke, Notts.]
Newark Advertiser, 17th Jan. 1986, Vol.134, No.7001, p.13a
Newark Advertiser (1990)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
Breaks new ground for Plough Sunday
Newark Advertiser, 12th Jan.1990, Vol.138, No.7206, p.42 a-e
Newark Advertiser (2004a)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
REVIEWS: Plough play revived [North Muskham, Notts.]
Newark Advertiser, 9th Jan.2004, Vol.155, No.7931, p.Arts.10d-f
Newark Herald (1902)
*[Anon. (Auth.)]
*North Muskham: Plough Monday
*Newark Herald, *15th Mar.1902
"North Notts." (Auth.)
"North Notts." (Auth.)
HARVEST CUSTOMS IN NOTTS.
Newark Herald, 3rd Sep.1887, No.792, p.5a
Notes & Queries (1904)
*Horatia K. F. Eden (Auth.)
*[No title ? - Thoresby, Notts.]
*Notes & Queries (Series 10), *1904, Vol.2, p.287
Nottingham Evening News (1945)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
Newsman's Notebook: PLOUGH MONDAY
Nottingham Evening News, 15th Jan.1945, No.18435, pp.2g-h
Nottingham Evening News (1948)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
A Newsman's Notebook: PLOUGH MONDAY TO BE CELEBRATED AT TOLLERTON WITH MUMMERS' PLAY
*Nottingham Evening News, 20th Dec.1948, No.19654, p.3 b-c
Nottingham Evening News (1949)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
Newsman's Notebook: Dying Tradition [Plough Monday Play at Tollerton, Notts.]
*Nottingham Evening News, 12th Jan.1949, No.19673, p.4 d-e
Nottingham Evening News (1951)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
Newsman's Notebook: MUMMERS' PLAY AGAIN AT TOLLERTON
*Nottingham Evening News, 4th Jan.1951, No.20288, p.4 d
Nottingham Evening News (1953a)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
Newsman's Notebook: OLD-TIME PLOUGH MONDAY PLAY [Dry Doddington, Lincs.]
*Nottingham Evening News, 12th Jan.1953, No.20915, p.4 d-e
Nottingham Evening News (1953b)
*[Anon. (Auth.)]
FOLKLORE NOT NEGLECTED [Notts. Traditions]
Nottingham Evening News, *20th Nov.1953
Nottingham Evening Post (1879)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
NOTTINGHAM PLOUGH-DAY FAIR
Nottingham Evening Post, 17th Jan.1879, No.222, p.3 e
Nottingham Evening Post (1950)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
CENTURIES OLD CARNIVAL AT TOLLERTON [Plough Monday in Notts.]
*Nottingham Evening Post, *6th Jan.1950
Nottingham Evening Post (1968)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
Plough Sunday [Plough Blessing at Hoveringham, Notts.]
Nottingham Evening Post, 31st Dec.1968, No.28179, p.10f
Nottingham Evening Post (1969)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
Christians urged to be more outspoken [Plough Blessing in Newark]
*Nottingham Evening Post [?], *13th Jan. 1969
Nottingham Evening Post (1974a)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
ON THE SQUARE: ANTICS TO BEAT THE GLOOM [Plough Monday Play at Gotham, Notts.]
Nottingham Evening Post, 7th Jan.1974, No.29730, p.6 b-f
Nottingham Evening Post (1974b)
*[Anon. (Auth.)]
*NOTTS ORAL HISTORY GROUP [Inaugural meeting, with performance by the Owd Oss Mummers]
*Nottingham Evening Post, *22nd Nov.1974
Nottingham Evening Post (1974c)
*[Anon. (Auth.); Mr. Peter Millington (Col.)]
*OWD OSS MUMMERS [Appeal for information on Plough Monday plays]
*Nottingham Evening Post, *27th Nov.1974
Nottingham Evening Post (1976)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
OWD OSS MUMMERS PRESENT ...
Nottingham Evening Post, *9th Dec. 1976
Nottingham Evening Post (1979 - a)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
PLOUGH IN PLACE OF HONOUR
Nottingham Evening Post, 8th Jan.1979, No.31,253 (Edition 7 East, some versions only), p.1a-e
Nottingham Evening Post (1979 - b))
[Anon. (Auth.)]
Taking the toll [Calverton Plough Play at Woodborough]
Nottingham Evening Post, 8th Jan. 1979, No.31,253, p.4e-g
Nottingham Evening Post (1979)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
*Omoro Theatre Co. perform Mummers' Play
Nottingham Evening Post, *26th Feb. 1979
Nottingham Evening Post (1981)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
Of cabbages and kings [Plough Sunday service at Newark]
Nottingham Evening Post, 12th Jan. 1981, No.31,869 (East Edition), pp.1c-e
Nottingham Guardian (1880)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
LOUGHBOROUGH LOCAL BOARD AND PLOUGH MONDAY
Nottingham Guardian, 8th Jan.1880, No.7385, p.3a
Nottingham Guardian (1885)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
LOCAL NEWS: MELTON MOWBRAY PLOUGH-DAY DINNER
Nottingham Guardian, 29th Jan.1885, No.9048, p.8b
Nottingham Guardian (1888)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
LOCAL NEWS: MELTON MOWBRAY PLOUGHDAY FAIR
Nottingham Guardian, 25th Jan.1888, No.9978, p.8c
Nottingham Guardian (1889)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
PLOUGH DAY FAIR AT MELTON
Nottingham Guardian, 22nd Jan.1889, No.10287, p.8 c
Nottingham Guardian (1926)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
"PLOUGH BULLOCKING"
Nottingham Guardian, 12th Jan.1926, No.21776, p.10 d-e
Nottingham Guardian (1930)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
*Notes by the Way: Plough Monday [play at Branston, Lincs.]
*Nottingham Guardian, 11th Jan.1930, No.22997, pp.6 f,12
Nottingham Guardian (1946)
*[Anon. (Auth.)]
*Notts Christmas customs & charities [Including St. Thomas's Day at Codnor]
Nottingham Guardian, *21st Dec.1946
Nottingham Guardian (1947)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
PLOUGH MONDAY - OBSERVANCES IN TOWN AND COUNTRY
Nottingham Guardian, 13th Jan.1947, No.28269, p.4c
Nottingham Guardian (1948a)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
PLOUGH MONDAY PLAY REVIVED IN NOTTS. [Tollerton]
Nottingham Guardian, 9th Jan.1948, No.28576, pp.1 c-d
Nottingham Guardian (1948b)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
NOTTS. MUMMERS IN PLOUGH MONDAY TOUR [Tollerton]
Nottingham Guardian, 9th Jan.1948, No.28576, p.3 c-d
Nottingham Guardian (1948c)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
Plough Monday: MUMMERS ARE OUT AT TOLLERTON
Nottingham Guardian, 13th Jan.1948, No.28579, p.1 d
Nottingham Guardian (1949a)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
KEEPING UP PLOUGH MONDAY TRADITION [Tollerton, Notts.]
Nottingham Guardian, 8th Jan.1949, No.28886, p.4 c-e
Nottingham Guardian (1949b)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
PLOUGH MONDAY PLAYERS CALL [Tollerton, Notts.]
Nottingham Guardian, 8th Jan.1949, No.28886, p.5 h
Nottingham Guardian (1950a)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
PLOUGH MONDAY: Old Mummery Seen at Notts. Farms [Tollerton, Notts.]
Nottingham Guardian, 10th Jan.1950, No.29197, p.3 f-g
Nottingham Guardian (1950b)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
TOLLERTON MUMMERS' PLAY
Nottingham Guardian, 10th Jan.1950, No.29197, p.5 c-d
Nottingham Guardian (1953)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
WHEN NEW SPIRIT COMES INTO VILLAGE LIFE
Nottingham Guardian, 6th Jan.1953, No.30124, p.5 c-e
Nottingham Guardian (1950)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
*BLESSING THE PLOUGH [at Newark, Notts.]
*Nottingham Guardian, *9th Jan. 1950
Nottingham Guardian Journal (1954)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
SYMBOLISM OF PLOUGH MONDAY PLAYS [Underwood, Notts. & Barrow-on-Humber, Lincs.]
Nottingham Guardian Journal, 14th Jan.1954, No.J39921,G30441, p.3d
Nottingham Guardian Journal (1957)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
'Thing for asking' idea a dangerous heresy [Plough Blessing at Newark, Notts.]
Nottingham Guardian Journal, 14th Jan.1957, No.J40851,G31371, p.5 e-h
Nottingham Guardian Journal (1969)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
*PLOUGH SUNDAY AT NEWARK
*Nottingham Guardian Journal, *13th Jan. 1969
Nottingham Guardian Journal (1971)
*Anon. (Auth.)
*NOTTM. TRAD MUSIC CLUB [Appeal by the Research Workshop]
*Nottingham Guardian Journal, *25th May 1971
Nottingham Guardian Journal (1973)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
They follow the plough [Plough Sunday service at Newark, Notts.]
*Nottingham Guardian Journal, *8th Jan. 1973
Nottingham Journal (1941a)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
Tom Fool and Beelzebub: PLOUGH MONDAY PLAYS IN NOTTS.?
Nottingham Journal, 10th Jan.1941, No.35888, p.3c
Nottingham Journal (1941b)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
"PLOUGH MONDAY" PLAY IN NOTTS: "Journal" Reader's Memories [Halloughton & Maplebeck, Notts.]
Nottingham Journal, 14th Jan.1941, No.35891, p.2 e-f
Nottingham Journal (1947)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
No 'Plough Monday' Revival [at Tollerton]
Nottingham Journal, 13th Jan.1947, No.37749, p.2h
Nottingham Journal (1948)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
"Plough Monday" Revival: Tollerton Farmers in Ancient Play
Nottingham Journal, 9th Jan.1948, No.38056, p.4 e-g
Nottingham Journal (1949a)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
Mummers' Visit to Hall Farm: Medieval Play at Tollerton
Nottingham Journal, 8th Jan.1949, No.38366, p.6 d-f,e
Nottingham Journal (1949b)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
BISHOP BLESSES PLOUGH: Nutrition as Aid to Peace [Newark, Notts.]
Nottingham Journal, 10th Jan.1949, No.38367, p.6 g
Nottingham Journal (1950a)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
Plough Monday Play Tours Notts Farms [Tollerton]
Nottingham Journal, 7th Jan.1950, No.38675, p.5h
Nottingham Journal (1950b)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
Plough Week Play at Plumtree
Nottingham Journal, 10th Jan.1950, No.38677, p.6 a
Nottingham Journal (1950c)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
[No title - Photo of Tollerton, Notts. Ploughboys' Play]
Nottingham Journal, 10th Jan.1950, No.38677, p.6 e-g
Nottingham Journal (1951)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
Plough Monday
*Nottingham Journal [?], *8th Jan. 1951
Nottingham Journal (1951a)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
Been "acting the fool" for 40 years [Plough Monday Play at Tollerton, Notts.]
Nottingham Journal, 6th Jan.1951, No.38984, p.3a
Nottingham Journal (1951b)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
Plough was blessed by Bishop at Newark
Nottingham Journal, 8th Jan.1951, No.38985, p.5e
Nottingham Journal (1952)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
Plough Monday
Nottingham Journal, 14th Jan.1952, No.39300, p.4 c-d
Nottingham Review (1820)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
[No Title - Plough Day Fair at Nottingham]
Nottingham Review, 21st Jan.1820, Vol.XII, No.603, p.3 a
Nottingham Review (1822)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
[No Title - Plough Day Fair at Nottingham]
Nottingham Review, 25th Jan.1822, Vol.XIV, No.711, p.3 c
Nottingham Traditional Music Club (1972)
Nottingham Traditional Music Club (Research Group) (Auth.)
Centuries-old custom that is fading from memory [Plough Monday]
Mansfield & North Nottinghamshire Chronicle Advertiser, 20th Jan.1972, No.5249 (New Series 1033), p.7 h-i
Nottingham Traditional Music Club Collection (1972, A.Cockburn & M.Couldry)
*[Anon. (Inf.)
*Christmas and New Year Guysers play from Selston, Notts.
Nottingham Traditional Music Club Collection, *Col. 1972
Nottinghamshire Archives Collection
Nottinghamshire Archives (Repository)
[No Heading - Collections Including Notts. Folklore]
Nottinghamshire Archives, High Pavement, Nottingham
Nottinghamshire Archives Collection (1953, D.D.Woodgate)
Rev. D. D. Woodgate (Col.)
Text of Plough Monday Play performed at Bothamsall until the 1914/18 War when it was discontinued.
Nottinghamshire Archives Collection, Deposited 22nd Jan.1953, Ref.DD31/1, Acc.148
Nottinghamshire Archives Collection (1960, J.Barnes)
Miss Jane Barnes (Auth.)
Memories of a Villager [Plough Monday at Kinoulton, Notts.]
Nottinghamshire Archives Collection, *Written 1960, Ref.DD121/1/39, 4pp.
Nottinghamshire Archives Collection (1960, A.E.Bealby)
Mrs. Alice Elizabeth Bealby (Auth.)
MEMORIES OF A VILLAGER [Plough Monday Play at North Collingham, Notts.]
Nottinghamshire Archives Collection, Written 6th Feb.1960, Ref.DD121/1/20, 3pp.
Nottinghamshire Archives Collection (1960, F.M.Benton)
Mrs. Florence Mary Benton (Auth.)
Memories of a Villager [Plough Monday at Ruddington, Notts.]
Nottinghamshire Archives Collection, Written 25th Mar.1960, Ref.DD121/1/52, 10pp., map
Nottinghamshire Archives Collection (1960, G.R.Bostock)
George R. Bostock (Auth.)
Memories of a Villager [Plough Monday and Tin-panning at Aslockton, Notts.]
Nottinghamshire Archives Collection, Written 23rd Jan.1960, Ref.DD121/1/4, 5pp.
Nottinghamshire Archives Collection (1960, E.L.Brooks)
Miss E. L. Brooks (Auth.)
UPPER BROUGHTON: MEMORIES OF A VILLAGER [Plough Monday]
Nottinghamshire Archives Collection, Written 29th Mar.1960, Ref.DD121/1/14, 12pp, letter
Nottinghamshire Archives Collection (1960, K.Carding)
Mrs. Kate Carding (Auth.)
Memories of a Villager [Plough Monday Play at Farnsfield, Notts.]
Nottinghamshire Archives Collection, Received 15th Mar.1960, Ref.DD121/1/27, 31pp.
Nottinghamshire Archives Collection (1960, K.Clark)
Mrs. K. Clark (Auth.)
Memories of a Villager: Ranby Village 75 years ago [Christmas Morris Dancers & Horse's Head]
Nottinghamshire Archives Collection, Written 3rd Mar.1960, Ref.DD121/1/51, 6pp.
Nottinghamshire Archives Collection (1960, J.R.Fisher)
John Reuben Fisher (Auth.)
Memories of a Villager [Plough Monday at Shelford, Notts.]
Nottinghamshire Archives Collection, Written 12th Mar.1960, Ref.DD121/1/55, 5pp.
Nottinghamshire Archives Collection (1960, S.Fisher)
Mrs. Sylvia Fisher (Auth.)
Memories of a Villager [Plough Monday at East Bridgford, Notts.]
Nottinghamshire Archives Collection, Written 12th Mar.1960, Ref.DD121/1/13, 6pp.
Nottinghamshire Archives Collection (1960, F.E.Ghent & J.W.Ghent)
F. E. Ghent (Auth.); J. W. Ghent (Auth.)
"Memories of a Villager": BALDERTON [Plough Monday]
Nottinghamshire Archives Collection, Written 18th Mar.1960, Ref.DD121/1/5, 5pp.
Nottinghamshire Archives Collection (1960, A.W.Godfrey)
Arthur William Godfrey (Perf.)
[No Heading - Plough Monday at Blidworth, Notts.]
Nottinghamshire Archives Collection, Written 2nd Jul.1960, Ref.DD121/1/9, 4pp.
Nottinghamshire Archives Collection (1960, M.E.Greasley)
Miss Mildred E. Greasley (Auth.)
Memories of a Villager [Plough Monday play at Whatton, Notts.]
Nottinghamshire Archives Collection, Written 29th Mar.1960, Ref.DD121/1/67, 5pp.
Nottinghamshire Archives Collection (1960, E.Hawkins)
Mrs. E. Hawkins (Auth.)
Memories of Collingham [Plough Monday at North Collingham, Notts.]
Nottinghamshire Archives Collection, Written 30th Mar.1960, Ref.DD121/1/21, 6pp.
Nottinghamshire Archives Collection (1960, E.Hill)
Mrs. E. Hill (Auth.)
[No Heading - Plough Boys at Kneesall, Notts.]
Nottinghamshire Archives Collection, Written 3rd Mar.1960, Ref.DD121/1/41, 8pp.
Nottinghamshire Archives Collection (1960, M.H.Hill)
Mrs. M. H. Hill (Auth.)
Memories of a Villager [Plough Monday at Bunny, Notts.]
Nottinghamshire Archives Collection, Written 29th Mar.1960, Ref.DD121/1/15, 10pp.
Nottinghamshire Archives Collection (1960, C.A.Hind)
Miss C. A. Hind (Perf.)
RUDDINGTON: Reminiscences of Village Life [Plough Monday]
Nottinghamshire Archives Collection, Written 1st Mar.1960, Ref.DD121/1/53, 3pp.
Nottinghamshire Archives Collection (1960, T.Johnson)
Thomas Johnson (Auth)
MEMORIES OF A VILLAGER: BALDERTON [Plough Monday]
Nottinghamshire Archives Collection, Written 2nd Feb.1960, Ref.DD121/1/6, 11pp. [sheets numbered 130-141]
Nottinghamshire Archives Collection (1960, R.Kirkland)
Ruth Kirkland (Auth.)
Memories of a Villager: Syerston Village [Plough Monday]
Nottinghamshire Archives Collection, Written 28th Mar.1960, Ref.DD121/1/60, 5pp.
Nottinghamshire Archives Collection (1960, D.G.Middleton)
Mrs. D. G. Middleton (Auth.)
"Memories of a Villager" [Plough Monday at Dunham-on-Trent, Notts.]
Nottinghamshire Archives Collection, Written 29th Mar.1960, Ref.DD121/1/24, 15pp.
Nottinghamshire Archives Collection (1960, H.Parnell)
H. Parnell (Auth.)
[No Heading - Plough Monday at Edwinstowe, Notts.]
Nottinghamshire Archives Collection, Written 19th Mar.1960, Ref.DD121/1/25, 6pp.
Nottinghamshire Archives Collection (1960, H.Peach)
Howard Peach (Auth.)
"MEMORIES OF A VILLAGER": Some Glimpses of Selston, 1875-1900 [Christmas, Guysers & Plough Monday]
Nottinghamshire Archives Collection, Written 26th Mar.1960, Ref.DD121/1/54, 8pp.
Nottinghamshire Archives Collection (1960, S.G.Pepper)
S. G. Pepper (Auth.)
Granby: Memories of a Villager [Plough Bullocks]
Nottinghamshire Archives Collection, Written 7th Mar.1960, Ref.DD121/1/29, 9pp.
Nottinghamshire Archives Collection (1960, E.M.Reader)
*Mrs. E. M. Reader (Col.)
*[Plough Monday play in Hoveringham, Notts.
Nottinghamshire Archives Collection, *Col. 25h Mar.1960, Ref.DD121/1/?
Nottinghamshire Archives Collection (1960, E.B.Scott)
Mrs. Ethel Beatrice Scott (Auth.)
Competition: Memories of a Villager [Plough Monday at Cropwell Bishop, Notts.]
Nottinghamshire Archives Collection, Written 29th Mar.1960, Ref.DD121/1/22, 4pp.
Nottinghamshire Archives Collection (1960, O.P.Scott)
Oswald Peter Scott (Perf.)
Competition: Memories of a Villager [Plough Monday at Cropwell Butler, Notts.]
Nottinghamshire Archives Collection, Written 23rd Mar.1960, Ref.DD121/1/23, 4pp.
Nottinghamshire Archives Collection (1960, C.M.Scriven)
Caroline Mary Scriven (Auth.)
Memories of a Villager [Plough Monday Plough-Bullocking at Radcliffe-on-Trent, Notts.]
Nottinghamshire Archives Collection, Written 29th Mar.1960, Ref.DD121/1/49, 8pp.
Nottinghamshire Archives Collection (1960, E.Sharp)
Mrs. Edith Sharp (Auth.)
Memories of Bingham [Plough Monday]
Nottinghamshire Archives Collection, Written 26th Mar.1960, Received 12th Nov.1960, Ref.DD121/1/8, 5pp.
Nottinghamshire Archives Collection (1960, G.Tansley)
George Tansley (Perf.)
[No Heading - Plough Monday at Blidworth, Notts.]
Nottinghamshire Archives Collection, Received 15 Mar.1960, Ref.DD121/1/10, 7pp.
Nottinghamshire Archives Collection (1968, D.D.Woodgate)
Rev. D. D. Woodgate (Col.)
[No Heading - Plough Monday Play from Bothamsall, Notts.]
Nottinghamshire Archives Collection, Deposited 9th May 1968, Ref.PR6113
Nottinghamshire Countryside (1952)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
Plough Monday Plays [South Scarle and Calverton, Notts.]
Nottinghamshire Countryside, Jan.1952, Vol.13, No.3, pp.7-8
Nottinghamshire Countryside (1959/60)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
Editorial [and] COMPETITION ENTRY FORM: Essay on "Memories of a Villager"
Nottinghamshire Countryside, Winter 1959/1960, Vol.20, No.4, pp.6,10
Nottinghamshire Federation of Women's Institutes (1980)
Nottinghamshire Federation of Women's Institutes (Auth.)
Year Book 1980-81 [Notts. Women's Institutes]
Nottinghamshire Federation of Women's Institutes, [1980]
Nottinghamshire Federation of Women's Institutes (1989)
Nottinghamshire Federation of Women's Institutes (Comp.)
The Nottinghamshire Village Book: Compiled by the Nottinghamshire Federation of Women's Institutes from notes and illustrations sent by Institutes in the County [Includes notes on Plough Monday, Bullguysers and other customs]
Newbury, Countryside Books, & Newark, NFWI, 1989, ISBN 1-85306-057-7, 191pp.
Nottinghamshire Guardian (1851a)
*[Anon. (Auth.)]
*PLOUGH MONDAY
*Nottinghamshire Guardian, *16th Jan.1851
Nottinghamshire Guardian (1851b)
*[Anon. (Auth.)]
*PLOUGH MONDAY
*Nottinghamshire Guardian, *16th Jan.1851
Nottinghamshire Guardian (1893)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
LOCAL NOTES AND QUERIES: No.DCXLXXVIII: NOTE: A NOTE ON OLD CHRISTMAS [London Mummers]
*Nottinghamshire Guardian, *23rd Dec.1893
Nottinghamshire Guardian (1894)
*[Anon. (Auth.)]
*LOCAL NOTES AND QUERIES: CHRISTMASTIDE [Derbys.]
*Nottinghamshire Guardian, *21st Dec.1894
Nottinghamshire Guardian (1897a)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
*LOCAL NOTES AND QUERIES: WHY NEW YEAR'S DAY IS AT THE BEGINNING OF JANUARY [Mummers in Scotland]
*Nottinghamshire Guardian, *2nd Jan.1897
Nottinghamshire Guardian (1897b)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
LOCAL NOTES AND QUERIES. No.807: OLD OBSERVANCES [Plough Monday Play at Wyverton Hall, Notts.]
*Nottinghamshire Guardian, *9th Apr.1897
Nottinghamshire Guardian (1899)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
LOCAL NOTES AND QUERIES No.658: NOTES: OLD NEWARK CUSTOMS
*Nottinghamshire Guardian, *14th Jul.1899
Nottinghamshire Guardian (1907)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
WESTON-ON-TRENT. WAITS AND "GUISERS."
*Nottinghamshire Guardian, *Christmas 1907
Nottinghamshire Guardian (1909a)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
PLOUGH MONDAY [Wiverton Hall, Notts.]
*Nottinghamshire Guardian, *16th Jan.1909
Nottinghamshire Guardian (1909b)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
PLOUGH MONDAY: PLOUGH MONDAY IN EAST NOTTINGHAM
*Nottinghamshire Guardian, *23rd Jan.1909
Nottinghamshire Guardian (1911)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
PLOUGH MONDAY IN SHERWOOD FOREST
Nottinghamshire Guardian, *14th Jan.1911
Nottinghamshire Guardian (1918)
*[Anon. (Auth.)]
Local Notes and Queries: The Old-Time Ploughmen's Guild: Notts Mumming Play Revived.
Nottinghamshire Guardian, *16th Feb.1918
E.B. (1919)
E. B. (Auth.)
LOCAL NOTES AND QUERIES : Plough Monday in Derbyshire, "Plough Bullocks" in Lincolnshire
Nottinghamshire Guardian, *11th Jan.1919
Nottinghamshire Guardian (1926)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
"PLOUGH BULLOCKING"
Nottinghamshire Guardian, 16th Jan.1926, No.4209, p.5 c-d
Nottinghamshire Guardian (1930a)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
LOCAL NOTES AND QUERIES : Plough Monday
*Nottinghamshire Guardian, *4th Jan.1930
Nottinghamshire Guardian (1930b)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
LOCAL NOTES AND QUERIES : Plough Monday at Newstead Abbey
*Nottinghamshire Guardian, *25th Jan.1930
Nottinghamshire Guardian (1931)
F. B. (Auth.)
LOCAL NOTES AND QUERIES: Plough Monday "Patter"
*Nottinghamshire Guardian, *14th Mar.1931
Nottinghamshire Guardian (1935a)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
*LOCAL NOTES AND QUERIES : East Markham Mummers' Play
Nottinghamshire Guardian, *10th Aug.1935
Nottinghamshire Guardian (1935b)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
*LOCAL NOTES AND QUERIES: Plough Monday In Old Notts
*Nottinghamshire Guardian, *19th Jan.1935
Nottinghamshire Guardian (1935c)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
More About East Markham Mummers
Nottinghamshire Guardian, *17th Aug.1935
Nottinghamshire Guardian (1939a)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
The End Of Plough Mondays
*Nottinghamshire Guardian, *7th Jan.1939
Nottinghamshire Guardian (1939b)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
AN ANCIENT CEREMONY : Plough Play Acted At Tollerton
Nottinghamshire Guardian, 14th Jan.1939, No.4887, pp.1d-f
Nottinghamshire Guardian (1942a)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
Local Notes and Queries : Plough Monday Trouble At Muskham
Nottinghamshire Guardian, 3rd Jan.1942, No.5042, pp.3 c-d
Nottinghamshire Guardian (1942b)
*[Appeal for information on Plough Monday]
*Nottinghamshire Guardian, *7th Jan.1942
Nottinghamshire Guardian (1943)
*[Anon. (Auth.)]
*Cropwell Bishop Plough Play
Nottinghamshire Guardian, *23rd Jan. 1943
Nottinghamshire Guardian (1945a)
*[Anon. (Auth.)]
*Local Notes and Queries: A Plough Monday Custom
*Nottinghamshire Guardian, *3rd Feb.1945
Nottinghamshire Guardian (1945b)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
Decay of Christmas Customs
Nottinghamshire Guardian, *22nd Dec.1945
Nottinghamshire Guardian (1946)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
*LOCAL NOTES AND QUERIES: A Christmas Miscellany [Tollerton, Notts.]
Nottinghamshire Guardian, *21st Dec.1946
Nottinghamshire Guardian (1948)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
Plough Monday: MUMMERS ARE OUT AT TOLLERTON
Nottinghamshire Guardian, 17th Jan.1948, No.5357, p.3 d
Nottinghamshire Guardian (1949)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
*[Plough Sunday plough blessing at Newark, Notts.]
*Nottinghamshire Guardian, *15th Jan.1949
Nottinghamshire Guardian (1950)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
[No title - Plough Monday Play, Tollerton, Notts.]
Nottinghamshire Guardian, 14th Jan.1950, No.5461, p.6 a-c
Nottinghamshire Guardian (1951)
*[Anon. (Auth.)]
*Christmas in Notts in 1851
Nottinghamshire Guardian, *22nd Dec.1951
Nottinghamshire Guardian (1951a)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
LOOKING BACK: PLOUGH MONDAY
*Nottinghamshire Guardian, *20th Jan.1951
Nottinghamshire Guardian (1951b)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
LOOKING BACK: PLOUGH MONDAY
*Nottinghamshire Guardian, *20th Jan.1951
Nottinghamshire Guardian (1952a)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
IN AID OF SAINT DUNSTAN'S: TOLLERTON PLOUGH BOYS: CALL AT HALL FARM TO PERFORM
Nottinghamshire Guardian, 12th Jan.1952, No.5565, p.3 a-f
Nottinghamshire Guardian (1952b)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
[No title - Photos of a play from Tollerton, Notts.]
Nottinghamshire Guardian, 12th Jan.1952, No.5565, p.8 a
Nottinghamshire Guardian (1953)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
A new reign starts in Bulcote [Plough Monday play photos]
Nottinghamshire Guardian, 17th Jan 1953, No.5618, p.2 a-d
A.Sharp (1956)
Arthur Sharp (Auth.)
Plough Monday
Nottinghamshire Guardian, 7th Jan.1956, pp.10 c,d
Nottinghamshire Local History Council Collection (1962, W.A.Baggaley)
*Miss W. A. Baggaley (Inf.)
*Memories of Mansfield [Plough Bullock Night play]
*Nottinghamshire Local History Council Collection, *Notts. Archives Office, Com. 1962, Ref.DD 121/2/?
Nottinghamshire Local History Council Collection (1962, E.A.Booth)
*Mrs. Edith Ann Booth (Perf.)
*Memories of Mansfield [Saint Thomas's Day and Plough Bullock Night]
*Nottinghamshire Local History Council Collection, *Notts. Archives Office, Com. 7th Mar.1962, Ref.DD 121/2/?
Nottinghamshire Local History Council Collection (1962, F.W.Car)
*F. W. Car (Inf.)
*Memories of Mansfield [The Duke of Shirebrook]
*Nottinghamshire Local History Council Collection, *Notts. Archives Office, Com. 1962, Ref.DD 121/2/?
Nottinghamshire Local History Council Collection (1962, R.W.Foster)
*Mr. R. W. Foster (Inf.)
*Memories of Mansfield [Oak Apple Day and Bonfire Night]
*Nottinghamshire Local History Council Collection, *Notts. Archives Office, Com. 1962, Ref.DD 121/2/?
Nottinghamshire Local History Council Collection (1962, J.H.Shipsides)
*Mr. J. H. Shipsides (Perf.)
*Memories of Mansfield [Plough Mondy play]
*Nottinghamshire Local History Council Collection, *Notts. Archives Office, Com. 1962, Ref.DD 121/2/?
Nottinghamshire Local History Council Collection (1962, G.Tansley)
*Mr. G. Tansley (Inf.)
*Memories of Mansfield [Recipes and May 29th Oak Day]
*Nottinghamshire Local History Council Collection, *Notts. Archives Office, Com. 1962, Ref.DD 121/2/?
Nottinghamshire Local History Council Collection (1963, B.D.Crowden)
Mrs. B. D. Crowden (Col.)
"Memories of Newark" [Plough Monday at Caunton]
Nottinghamshire Local History Council Collection, Notts. Archives Office, Com. 28th Apr.1963, Ref.DD_121/3/13
Nottinghamshire Local History Council Collection (1963, W.Pinder)
Miss W. Pinder (Inf.)
[No Heading - Plough Monday at Caunton, Notts.]
Nottinghamshire Local History Council Collection, Notts. Archives Office, Com. 26th Feb.1963, Ref.DD/121/3/11
Nottinghamshire Weekly Express (1888)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
LOCAL NOTES AND QUERIES 781: CHRISTMAS CUSTOMS IN THE MIDLANDS
*Nottinghamshire Weekly Express, *21st Dec.1888
Nottinghamshire Weekly Express (1892)
*[Anon. (Auth.)]
LOCAL NOTES AND QUERIES: 1,398 - WASHINGTON IRVING'S DESCRIPTION OF "PLOUGH MONDAY" CUSTOMS IN NOTTS.
*Nottinghamshire Weekly Express, *7th Jan.1892
Nottinghamshire Weekly Express (1899)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
LOCAL NOTES AND QUERIES : CHRISTMAS EVE IN NORTH NOTTS IN EARLY VICTORIAN DAYS
Nottinghamshire Weekly Express, *22nd Dec.1899
Nottinghamshire Weekly Express (1903)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
LOCAL NOTES AND QUERIES : ROUND THE CALENDAR : WHAT NOTTS. FOLKS DID IN OLDEN TIME
*Nottinghamshire Weekly Express, *16th Jan.1903
Nottinghamshire Weekly Express (1906a)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
LOCAL NOTES AND QUERIES: FACTS, CUSTOMS AND LEGENDS OF OLD-TIME CHRISTMASES IN NOTTS I
*Nottinghamshire Weekly Express, *7th Dec.1906
Nottinghamshire Weekly Express (1906b)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
LOCAL NOTES AND QUERIES : FACTS, CUSTOMS, AND LEGENDS OF OLD-TIME CHRISTMASES IN NOTTS. - (Continued)
*Nottinghamshire Weekly Express, *14th Dec.1906
Nottinghamshire Weekly Express (1906c)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
LOCAL NOTES AND QUERIES : FACTS, CUSTOMS, AND LEGENDS OF OLD-TIME CHRISTMASES IN NOTTS. PART III
*Nottinghamshire Weekly Express, *21st Dec.1906
Nottinghamshire Weekly Express (1906d)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
LOCAL NOTES AND QUERIES : LOCAL CHRISTMAS REVIVALS
*Nottinghamshire Weekly Express, *28th Dec.1906
Nottinghamshire Weekly Express (1907a)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
Local Notes and Queries: PLOUGH MONDAY MUMMING: A NOTABLE LOCAL CUSTOM
*Nottinghamshire Weekly Express, *4th Jan.1907
Nottinghamshire Weekly Express (1907b)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
Local Notes and Queries: PLOUGH MONDAY MUMMING: A NOTABLE LOCAL CUSTOM (Concluded)
*Nottinghamshire Weekly Express, *11th Jan.1907
Nottinghamshire Weekly Express (1907c)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
LOCAL NOTES AND QUERIES : LOCAL CHRISTMAS MEMORIES
*Nottinghamshire Weekly Express, *13th Dec.1907
Nottinghamshire Weekly Express (1909)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
LOCAL NOTES AND QUERIES : NEW YEAR CUSTOMS : MUMMING AND THE ORIGIN OF PANTOMIMES
Nottinghamshire Weekly Express, *1st Jan.1909
Nottinghamshire Weekly Express (1912a)
*[Anon. (Auth.)]
[No title - Plough Monday at Wollaton and Lenton Sands, Notts.]
*Nottinghamshire Weekly Express, *20th Dec.1912
Nottinghamshire Weekly Express (1912b)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
*LOCAL NOTES AND QUERIES: Christmas Eve in Olden Time
Nottinghamshire Weekly Express, *20th Dec.1912
Nottinghamshire Weekly Express (1916)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
LOCAL NOTES AND QUERIES : Christmas Notes
*Nottinghamshire Weekly Express, *15th Dec.1916
Nottinghamshire Weekly Express (1920)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
LOCAL NOTES AND QUERIES : NOTTS. CHRISTMAS CUSTOMS IN THE TIME OF GEORGE III
*Nottinghamshire Weekly Express, *17th Dec.1920
Notts. Free Press (1924)
*[Plough Monday and/or Folk Plays]
*Notts. Free Press, *11th Jan.1924

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