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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"Observer" (1823)
"An Observer" (Auth.)
PLOUGH MONDAY.: TO THE EDITOR OF THE NOTTINGHAM REVIEW
Nottingham Review, 17th Jan.1823, Vol.XV, No.759, p.2 b
Old Mansfield Society (1922)
*Old Mansfield Society (Auth.)
*"Plough Monday" - Bygone Days and Scenes Recalled
*Mansfield Recorder, *9th Jan.1922
"Old Robin Hood" (1918)
"Old Robin Hood" (Auth.)
LOCAL NOTES AND QUERIES: No. 237: Plough Monday [St. Ann's Well Road, Nottingham]
*Nottinghamshire Guardian, *12th Jan.1918
"Old Timer" (1925)
"Old Timer" (Auth.)
LOCAL NOTES AND QUERIES: Notts. and Derbyshire "Guisers."
Nottinghamshire Guardian, 7th Feb.1925
"Old Timer" (1929)
"Old Timer" (Auth.)
LOCAL NOTES AND QUERIES : "Plough Bullocks"
*Nottinghamshire Guardian, *19th Jan.1929
T.F.Ordish (1893)
T. Fairman Ordish (Auth.)
ENGLISH FOLK-DRAMA. II.
Folk-lore, Jun.1893, Vol.IV, No.II, pp.149-175
T.F.Ordish Collection (1893, W.Parnham)
William Parnham (Perf.)
The jolly fellows that follow the plough [Plough Monday song from Tithby, Notts.]
T.F.Ordish Collection, 19th Jan.1893, Vol.IV, pp.183-184
T.F.Ordish Collection (1901, M.Peacock)
Mr. Bell (Inf.); Miss Kirby (Inf.); [Mabel Peacock (Col.)]
Mummers in South Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire [Plough Monday - also in Northants.]
T.F.Ordish Collection, c.1901, Vol.III, pp.146-149

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W.Page (1910)
William Page (Auth.)
THE VICTORIA HISTORY OF THE COUNTY OF NOTTINGHAM
London, Constable and Company Limited, 1910, Vol.2, pp.410-413
R.Palmer (1985)
Roy Palmer (Auth.)
The Folklore of Leicestershire and Rutland
Wymondham, Sycamore Press Ltd., 1985, 288pp., ISBN 0-905837-22-3
B.Pegg (1981)
Bob Pegg (Auth.)
RITES AND RIOTS: FOLK CUSTOMS OF BRITAIN AND EUROPE
Poole, Blandford Press, 1981, ISBN 0-7137-0997-9
S.Piggott (1929)
Stuart Piggott (Auth.)
*Collectanea. Mummers' Plays from Berkshire, Derbyshire, Cumberland, and Isle of Man: 5. "Guisers" play on Xmas Eve, Repton, Derbyshire, Jan., 1909
Folk-Lore, 1929, Vol.40, No.3, pp.270-272
S.Prince (1984)
Steve Prince (Auth.)
THE PLOUGH PLAY REVIVED [Calverton, Notts.]
Calverton Echo plus Preservation Society News, 1984, No.99, Cover+2pp.

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S.R. (1924)
S. R. (Auth.)
PLOUGH MONDAY: THE MUMMERS' PLAY: RELIC OF AN OLD CUSTOM: NOTTINGHAMSHIRE VERSIONS
Nottingham Guardian, 7th Jan.1924, No.21151, p.3 b-c
S.R. (1926)
S. R. (Auth.)
THE MUMMERS' PLAY: More Light on the Origin of Plough Monday Masque
Nottingham Journal, 12th Jan.1926, No.31235, p.4 d-f
S.R. (1947)
S. R. (Auth.)
PLOUGH MONDAY AND THE MUMMERS' PLAY: NOTTINGHAMSHIRE SURVIVALS
Nottinghamshire Guardian, 18th Jan.1947, No.5305, p.3 c-e
S.Race (1946)
*Sydney Race (Auth.)
*Mummers [The Mummers' Play: Notts versions for Plough Monday.]
*Nottinghamshire Guardian, *2nd Feb.1946
S.Race Collection
Sydney Race (Col.)
[No Heading - Collection of Folk Plays from Notts.]
*Local Studies Division, Nottinghamshire County Library, Angel Row, Nottingham
S.Race Collection (1924)
Sydney Race (Col.)
[No Heading - Belsebub speech probably from Plough Monday in Nottingham]
S.Race Collection, [Col. about 1924]
S.Race Collection (1924, E.R.Granger)
Mr. E. R. Granger (Col.)
Plough Monday Play [from Cropwell Bishop, Notts., etc.]
S.Race Collection, Com. 13th Jan.1924 & 16th Jan.1924
S.Race Collection (1924, J.P.Scothorne)
[Capt. J. P. Scothorne (Col.); Sydney Race (Col.)]
Selston Version [Christmas Play from Bagthorpe, Notts.]
S.Race Collection, Col. about Jan.1924
Radio Nottingham (1983)
Simon Harris (Presenter); David Markham (Presenter)
Nottingham Connection [Plough Monday at Cropwell Butler, Notts.]
Radio Nottingham, Broadcast 10th Jan.1983
T.Ratcliffe (1883)
T. Ratcliffe (Auth.)
CHRISTMAS OBSERVANCES IN DERBYSHIRE [Guisers]
Retford & Gainsborough Times, 28th Dec.1883, No.713, p.3 c
T.Ratcliffe (1896)
T. Ratcliffe (Auth.)
LOCAL NOTES AND QUERIES: CHRISTMASTIDE [Guising in Derbys.]
*Nottinghamshire Guardian, *26th Dec.1896
T.Ratcliffe (1898)
Thos. Ratcliffe (Auth.)
"CHRISTMAS-TUP"
Notes & Queries (Series 9), 24th Dec.1898, Vol.II, p.511
T.Ratcliffe (1913)
Thos. Ratcliffe (Auth.)
LOCAL NOTES AND QUERIES: No. 26: "Waits" of "Christmas Past"
*Nottinghamshire Guardian, *27th Dec.1913
T.Ratcliffe (1914)
Thos. Ratcliffe (Auth.)
LOCAL NOTES AND QUERIES: No. 28: Mummings and mysteries.
*Nottinghamshire Guardian, *10th Jan.1914
T.Ratcliffe (1914a)
Thos. Ratcliffe (Auth.)
LOCAL NOTES AND QUERIES: No. 27: Worksop and Derbyshire Variants
*Nottinghamshire Guardian, *3rd Jan.1914
T.Ratcliffe (1914b)
Thos. Ratcliffe (Auth.)
Old-time Country Dances
Nottinghamshire Guardian, *21st Feb.1914
T.Ratcliffe (1914c)
Thos. Ratcliffe (Auth.)
LOCAL NOTES AND QUERIES: No. 29: "PLOUGH BULLOCKERS" AND MORRIS DANCERS.
*Nottinghamshire Guardian, *17th Jan.1914
T.Ratcliffe (1917)
Thos. Ratcliffe (Auth.)
LOCAL NOTES AND QUERIES: No. 187: Plough Monday [South Derbys.]
*Nottinghamshire Guardian, *27th Jan.1917
T.Ratcliffe (1920a)
Thos. Ratcliffe (Auth.)
LOCAL NOTES & QUERIES: Derbyshire Sword Dancers
*Nottinghamshire Guardian, *10th Sep.1920
T.Ratcliffe (1920b)
Thos. Ratcliffe (Auth.)
LOCAL NOTES AND QUERIES: Derbyshire Christmas Mummers
*Nottinghamshire Guardian, *24th Dec.1920
T.Ratcliffe (1922)
Thos. Ratcliffe (Auth.)
LOCAL NOTES & QUERIES: Christmas Mummers
*Nottinghamshire Guardian, *15th Dec.1922
T.Ratcliffe Collection (1915)
*Thomas Ratcliffe (Auth.)
*The owd Hoss [from Whitwell and Barlborough, Derbys.]
*T.Ratcliffe Collection, Dec.1915
A.Rattenbury (1977)
Arnold Rattenbury (Auth.)
CLOWNING: June 11 to September 4 1977: An exhibition designed and catalogued for Nottingham Festival 1977 by Arnold Rattenbury
Nottingham, Nottingham Castle Museum, 1977, exhibit 23, 2 photos
Retford & Gainsborough Times (1874)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
WORKSOP AND DISTRICT NOTES: ABOUT CHRISTMAS
Retford & Gainsborough Times, 26th Dec.1874, No.295, p.5d-f
Retford & Gainsborough Times (1875)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
WORKSOP AND DISTRICT NOTES: ONE OR TWO CHRISTMAS NOTES
Retford & Gainsborough Times, 24th Dec.1875, No.347, p.8a
Retford & Gainsborough Times (1876)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
THE MORRIS DANCERS AT WORKSOP [from Elkington and Beighton]
Retford & Gainsborough Times, 1st Jan.1876, No.348, p.8 b
Retford & Gainsborough Times (1878)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
LOCAL NOTES: PLOUGH SUPPER AT LEA
Retford & Gainsborough Times, 19th Jan.1878, No.456, p.5e
Retford & Gainsborough Times (1879)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
WORKSOP WEEKLY NOTES: CHRISTMAS AT WORKSOP
Retford & Gainsborough Times, 26th Dec.1879, No.504, p.5c-d
Retford & Gainsborough Times (1881)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
POLICE INTELLIGENCE: BRIGG PETTY SESSIONS: TUESDAY: LARCENY BY MORRIS DANCERS [Messingham and New Brumby, Lincs.]
Retford & Gainsborough Times, 14th Jan.1881, No.559, p.2c
Retford & Gainsborough Times (1882)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
POLICE INTELLIGENCE: GAINSBOROUGH PETTY SESSIONS: A PLOUGH MONDAY FROLIC [Willingham, Lincs.]
Retford & Gainsborough Times, 20th Jan.1882, No.612, p.2f
Retford & Gainsborough Times (1884)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
Worksop Weekly News: CHRISTMAS AT THE WORKHOUSE [Mummering Worksop, Notts.]
Retford & Gainsborough Times, 26th Dec.1884, No.765, p.5e
Retford & Gainsborough Times (1886)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
CHRISTMAS AT WORKSOP. CHRISTMAS EVE
Retford & Gainsborough Times, 1st Jan.1886, No.818, p.3b
Retford & Gainsborough Times (1887a)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
GAINSBOROUGH TIMES: SHOCKING DEATH OF A "PLOUGH JAGGER" IN THE SNOW
Retford & Gainsborough Times, 14th Jan.1887, No.872, p.8e
Retford & Gainsborough Times (1887b)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
WORKSOP NEWS: BANK HOLIDAY AT WORKSOP
Retford & Gainsborough Times, 22nd Jan.1887, No.922, p.5e
Retford & Gainsborough Times (1892)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
SLEAFORD PLOUGH FAIR
Retford & Gainsborough Times, 15th Jan.1892, No.1134, p.6f
Retford & Gainsborough Times (1898)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
NUDGES, NOTCHES, NOTIONS, FROM WORKSOP [Christmas Plays]
Retford & Gainsborough Times, 7th Jan.1898, No.1447, p.2a
Retford & Gainsborough Times (1900)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
WORKSOP COMMENTS [Christmas Morris Dance and Mummers]
Retford & Gainsborough Times, 5th Jan.1900, No.1549, p.7a-b
Retford, Gainsborough & Worksop Times (1901)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
WORKSOP COMMENTS [Christmas Plays]
Retford, Gainsborough & Worksop Times, 4th Jan.1901, No.1601, p.2a
Retford, Gainsborough & Worksop Times (1905)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
SOMETHING ABOUT OLD TIME DOINGS (SPECIAL) [Christmas Owd Hoss at Worksop, Notts.]
Retford, Gainsborough & Worksop Times, 3th Jan.1905, No. 1968, p.2 c
Retford, Gainsborough & Worksop Times (1911)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
IN WORKSOP TOWN: PLOUGH MONDAY: PLOUGH BOYS
Retford, Gainsborough & Worksop Times, 13th Jan.1911, No.2306, p.9 d
Retford, Gainsborough & Worksop Times (1985)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
Plough play at Clayworth
Retford, Gainsborough & Worksop Times, 11th Jan. 1985, No.6884, p.17 d-f
G.Richardson (1925a)
George Richardson (Auth.)
LOCAL NOTES AND QUERIES: Plough Monday [Play from Lincs.]
*Nottinghamshire Guardian, *17th Jan.1925, p.2 illus.
G.Richardson (1925b)
George Richardson (Auth.)
LOCAL NOTES AND QUERIES: Old Lincolnshire "Plough Boys" [Play]
*Nottinghamshire Guardian, *23rd Jan.1925
J.M.Rose (1935)
Col. J. Markham Rose (Auth.)
EAST MARKHAM BOY SCOUTS BROADCAST: PLOUGH MONDAY MUMMERS
Retford, Gainsborough & Worksop Times, 12th July 1935, p.5 a-b
E.H.Rudkin (1947)
*Mrs. E. H. Rudkin (Auth.)
*[Old Horse and Derby Ram at Clarborough, Notts.]
*Journal of the English Folk Dance & Song Society, *1947, Vol.5, No.2, p.82
E.H.Rudkin Collection (1954)
Ethel H. Rudkin (Col.)
*Basford, Notts. (pronounced Baseford): Story of the Doctor's bottle.
E.H.Rudkin Collection, Dated 1954
E.H.Rudkin Collection (1954, Roberts)
Mrs. Roberts
Ranskill, Notts. [Mummies]
E.H.Rudkin Collection, Col. 12th Oct.1954
E.H.Rudkin Collection (1974, A.Harper)
Aubrey Harper (Inf.)
A Plough Monday Play from Cropwell Butler, Notts.
E.H.Rudkin Collection, Com. 22nd Feb.1974
Rural Studies (1956)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
*Flintham Ploughboys' Play
Rural Studies, *Candlemas 1956
I.Russell (1979)
Ian Russell (Auth.)
'Here comes me and our old lass, Short of money and short of brass': A Survey of Traditional Drama in North East Derbyshire 1970-8 [Derby Tup plays]
Folk Music Journal, 1979, Vol.3, No.5, pp.399-478
I.Russell (1981a)
Ian Russell (Auth.)
'Appy New Year
English Dance & Song, Christmas 1981, Vol.43, No.4, p.16
I.Russell (1981b)
Ian Russell (Auth.)
In Comes I, Brut King: Tradition and Modernity in the Drama of the Jacksdale Bullguisers
Journal of American Folklore, Oct.1981, Vol.94, No.374, pp.456-485
I.G.Russell Collection (1977, K.Flint)
Keith Flint (Perf.)
APPENDIX 1: Keith Flint, Jacksdale, Notts. (29 Dec. 77)
I.G.Russell Collection, Rec. 29th Dec.1977

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A.S. (1952)
A. S. (Auth.)
A BULLOCKING WE WILL GO
Nottingham Guardian, *13th December 1952
H.J.S. (1937)
H. J. S. (Auth.)
The Plough Boy's Play: A Version Recorded [Selby, Yorks.]
Yorkshire Post, *11th Jan.1937, p.6 c-e
R.Scollins & J.Titford (1977)
Richard Scollins (Auth.); John Titford (Auth.)
EY UP, MI DUCK!: PART THREE: An affectionate look at the speech, history and folklore of Ilkeston, Derbyshire and the Erewash Valley
Ilkeston, Scollins & Titford, 1977, ISBN 0-9505292-2-2, pp.11-13
O.P.Scott (1960/61)
Oswald. P. Scott (Auth.)
Memories of a Villager: CROPWELL BUTLER [include Plough Monday]
Nottinghamshire Countryside, 1960/1961, Vol.21, No.4, pp.20-23
A.Sharp (1929)
*Arthur Sharp (Auth.)
THE MUMMER'S PLAY: OLD COUNTRY CUSTOM STILL SURVIVING: "OWD HOSS" IN NOTTS
Nottingham Evening Post, 3rd Jan.1929, No.15762, p.3 f
A.Sharp (1936)
*Arthur Sharp (Auth.)
OLD REVELS OF TWELFTH NIGHT AND PLOUGH MONDAY: Notts Versions of Ancient Mummer's Play: "Hooden Horse" That Sang Verses in Villages
Nottingham Evening Post, 30th Dec.1936, No.18246, p.6 a-b
A.Sharp (1944)
Arthur Sharp (Auth.)
YULETIDE WEATHER AND CUSTOMS
*Nottingham Guardian [?], *23rd December 1944
C.J.Sharp (1914)
Mr. Cecil J. Sharp (Auth.)
LOCAL NOTES AND QUERIES: No. 27: THE RETFORD "MYSTERY" PLAY
*Nottinghamshire Guardian, *3rd Jan.1914
T.Shipside (1956)
Tom Shipside (Auth.)
I LIVED IN A VILLAGE: Stories of like and folk in Nottinghamshire in general, and Oxton in particular [including Plough Monday]
Nottingham, Woolston Book Co., [1956], pp.40-41
J.Simpson (1981)
Jaqueline Simpson (Auth.)
BRITISH FOLKLORE
London, The Post Office, 1981
M.E.Sisson (1994)
M. E. Sisson (Auth.)
Good luck to Guisers [in Underwood, Notts.]
Eastwood & Kimberley Advertiser, 7th Jan.1994, Vol.94, No.5206, p.14_f-h
F.Skillington (2004/2005)
Fred Skillington (Auth.)
"Dun Yer Want Guisers"
D.H.Lawrence Society Newsletter, Autumn/Winter 2004/2005, No.75, pp.14-15
H.J.Smith (1952)
*H. J. Smith (Auth.)
*[Appeal for Information on Plough Plays.]
*Nottingham Evening News, *10th Jan.1952
P.S.Smith & M.G.Smith Collection (1975, Eastwood Community Association)
Eastwood Community Association (Perf.)
EASTWOOD [Christmas Bull Guyzing Play]
P.S.Smith & M.G.Smith Collection, Col. 1976
P.S.Smith Collection (1967, J.G.Storr & J.Sharrard)
J. G. Storr (Inf.); J. Sharrard (Inf.)
CHRISTMAS FOLK DRAMA [Bull Guisers in Selston, Notts.]
*P.S.Smith Collection, Col. Summer 1967
P.S.Smith Collection (1972, G.N.Gutteridge)
Mrs. G. N. Gutteridge
*[Plough Monday in Ruddington, Notts.]
P.S.Smith Collection, Col. 4th Dec.1972
South Cliff Parish Magazine (1893)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
WELLINGORE: PLOUGH MONDAY
South Cliff Parish Magazine, Jan.1893
South Notts Advertiser (1976a)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
Cropwell revival [Plough Monday Play]
South Notts Advertiser, *10th Jan.1976, p.28
South Notts Advertiser (1976b)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
*Mummers in action
South Notts Advertiser, 17th Jan.1976, Vol.123, No.6484, p.15
South Notts Advertiser (1983a)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
Cities halt life rhythm -bishop [Plough Sunday Service, Newark, Notts.]
South Notts Advertiser, 14th Jan.1983, Vol.131, No.6844, p.7
South Notts Advertiser (1983b)
*[Anon. (Auth.)]
Plough plays in pubs aid NSPCC [Calverton, Notts.]
South Notts Advertiser, 14th Jan.1983, Vol.131, No.6844, p.13
South Notts Advertiser (1983c)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
Plough Boys [Brant Broughton, Lincs., team at Derby]
South Notts Advertiser, 14th Jan.1983, Vol.131, No.6844, p.15
South Notts Advertiser (1990)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
Breaks new ground for Plough Sunday
South Notts Advertiser, 12th Jan.1990, Vol.138, No.7206, p.42 a-e
South Notts. Advertiser (1971)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
A play for mummers
South Notts. Advertiser, *13th Feb. 1971
South Notts. Advertiser (1984)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
A blessed and gilded plough [Plough Sunday at Newark, Notts.]
South Notts. Advertiser, 13th Jan. 1984, Vol.132:6896, p.1,7
South Notts. Advertiser (1985)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
BISHOP BLESSES YOUNG FARMERS' PLOUGH: Food 'a powerful weapon' [Newark]
South Notts. Advertiser, 11th Jan. 1985, Vol.133:6948, pp.20,41
South Notts. Advertiser (1986)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
Bishop at first plough service [Plough Sunday at East Stoke, Notts.]
South Notts. Advertiser, 17th Jan. 1986, Vol.134, No.7001, p.13a
P.Spratley (1977)
Philip Spratley (Auth.)
MID EAST MUMMING [Plough Monday plays from the Vale of Belvoir]
EFDSS, 1977
P.Spratley (1977) pp.1-8
Philip Spratley (Auth.)
CLAYPOLE PLOUGH-JAGS PLAY
P.Spratley (1977) pp.1-8
P.Spratley (1977) pp.9-17
Philip Spratley (Auth.)
STAUNTON, LONG BENNINGTON, FOSTON PLAY
P.Spratley (1977) pp.9-17
P.Spratley (1977) pp.18-26
Philip Spratley (Auth.)
CROPWELL BISHOP PLAY
P.Spratley (1977) front cover, pp.ii,18-26
P.Spratley (1977) pp.27-28
Philip Spratley (Auth.)
"THE POOR 'OWD HOSS" Christmas Play
P.Spratley (1977) pp.27-28
W.H.Stephenson (1884)
*W. H. Stephenson (Auth.)
*Churchwarden's Accounts of Holme Pierrepont
*Old Nottinghamshire (2nd Series), *1884, p.52
P.J.Stevenson Collection (1975, G.E.Hunt)
Mrs. G. Elizabeth Hunt (Inf.)
[No Heading - Christmas Guisers' Play from Riddings, Derbys.]
P.S.Stevenson Collection, Com. 7th Dec.1975
P.J.Stevenson Collection (1975, M.Hunt)
Marion Hunt (Inf.)
[No Heading - Play from Riddings, Derbys.]
P.S.Stevenson Collection, Com. 12th Nov.1975
R.W.Storer (1975)
R. W. Storer (Auth.)
Victorian Selston [includes Bull Guysing fragment]
Selston, Worker's Education Association, 1975, p.54
R.W.Storer (1983)
Ronald W. Storer (Ed.)
SELSTON 1913: 'END OF AN ERA': AND THE BIRTH OF OUR SELSTON BRANCH OF THE WORKERS' EDUCATION ASSOCIATION [includes muummers play]
Selston, Selston Branch of the Workers' Education Association, 1983
E.Sutton (1913)
Edward Sutton (Auth.)
*"MORRISING" IN NORTH NOTTS [Christmas play from East Retford]
*Nottinghamshire Guardian, *13th Dec.1913

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M.O.T. (1939)
M. O. T. (Cartoonist)
OUR SPECIAL CARTOONIST VISITS CROPWELL BISHOP [Revival of Plough Monday play]
*Nottinghamshire Countryside, *Jan.1939, p.26
R.J.E.Tiddy (1972)
R. J. E. Tiddy (Auth.)
THE Mummers' Play [reprint]
Chicheley, Paul B.P.Minet, 1972
R.J.E.Tiddy (1923)
R. J. E. Tiddy (Auth.)
THE Mummers' Play
Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1923
R.J.E.Tiddy (1923), pp.241-245
Miss M. Marshall (Col.)
CLAYWORTH NOTTINGHAMSHIRE: Five and a half miles from Gainsborough: A PLOUGH MONDAY PLAY
R.J.E.Tiddy (1923), pp.241-245
R.J.E.Tiddy (1923), pp.246-247
[Anon. (Inf.)]
CLAYWORTH, NOTTINGHAMSHIRE: ANOTHER VERSION OF A PLOUGH MONDAY PLAY
R.J.E.Tiddy (1923), pp.246-247
Trader Pictorial [Newark] (2004)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
Reviving ancient tradition
Trader Pictorial [Newark], 7th Jan.2004, No.1189, p.2a-6
"Uncle Jan Treenoodle" (1846)
"Uncle Jan Treenoodle" (Auth.)
*Specimens of Cornish Dialect [Account of a Cristmas Play]
London, John Russell Smith, 1846, pp.53-57

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F.M.E.W. (1923)
F. M. E. W. (Auth.)
LOCAL NOTES & QUERIES: "Plough Bullocks" at Bulwell
*Nottinghamshire Guardian, *26th Jan.1923
J.W.W. (1924)
J. W. W. (Auth.)
*The Mummers' Play [near Ashbourne, Derbys.]
*Nottingham Guardian, 14th Jan.1924, No.21157, p.2 e
"Wanderer" (1917)
"Wanderer" (Auth.)
PLOUGH MONDAY [Plough Lights and plough trailing]
Worksop Guardian, *5th Jan. 1917, p.6 b
"Wanderer" (1946)
"Wanderer" (Auth.)
TICKHILL'S TRADITIONS [Plough Blessing and Plough Monday]
Worksop Guardian, 18th Jan.1946, Vol.50, No.2773, p.3 c
"Wanderer" (1953)
"Wanderer" (Auth.)
*REVIVAL OF PLOUGH SUNDAY
Worksop Guardian, 6th Jan.1953, Vol.58, No.3136, p.5 f
J.Whitelaw & P.Barber (1980)
"Squire" John Whitelaw (Auth.); "Bagman" Phil Barber (Auth.)
Who are the owd 'oss mummers?
Nottingham Topic, *July 1980
R.H.Whitworth (1896)
*Rev. R. H. Whitworth (Auth.)
Blidworth Registration and Parish Church Registers [Plough Bullocks play text]
Mansfield, J.Linney, 1896, pp.213-217
B.A.Wood et al (1983)
Brian Wood (Ed.); Charles Watkins (Ed.); Cathleen Wood (Ed.)
LIFE AT LAXTON c.1880-1903: The Childhood Memories of EDITH HICKSON [including Plough Monday]
Nottingham, University of Nottingham, 1983, ISBN 0-902031-89-9, pp.58-60
R.Wood Collection (1985, F.Foster)
Frank Foster (Perf.)
[No title - Ploughboys' play from Woodborough, Notts.]
R.Wood Collection, Tape-recorded 4th Mar.1985
Worksop Guardian (1924)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
PLOUGH MONDAY: ONCE UPON A TIME IN NOTTS. [Plays in Worksop and North Notts.]
Worksop Guardian, 11th Jan. 1924, p.9 a-b
Worksop Guardian (1926)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
Plough Monday: QUAINT CUSTOMS IN NORTH NOTTS. [near Clayworth]
*Worksop Guardian, *15th Jan. 1926
Worksop Guardian (1947)
[Anon. (Auth.)]
BLESSING THE PLOUGH AT TICKHILL
Worksop Guardian, 31st Jan.1947, Vol.51, No.2827, p.3 b
A.A.Wortley (1954)
Adelaide A. Wortley (Comp.)
A HISTORY of BINGHAM [Plough Monday]
Bingham, Bingham Church School, 1954, p.53

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Yorkshire Evening Post (1923)
*[Anon. (Auth.)]
*Mumming night in the farmer's kitchen [Notts./Lincs. border]
*Yorkshire Evening Post, 17th Jan.1923, No.10085, p.6 g-h

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