These are the first three publications in the Trust’s new series: Stevington Historical Studies
- Thomas Orlebar Marsh Vicar of Stevington
Marsh was the longest serving of Stevington’ Vicars (1776-1831). He was an antiquarian and a member of the Linnean Society of London. He corresponded with some of the leading naturalists of his generation.
- Stevington Servicemen who Served in the Great War 1914-18
This is an extended version of the lecture delivered by John Hirst and Peter Hart in the Village Hall on 21 November last year. It documents the service of Stevington men in the various theatres of the War, their losses, injuries and the hardships they experienced.
- Biographies of Stevington Great War Servicemen with the Letters of Harry Read
This is a companion volume to the Great War narrative and contains biographical details of every man and the one woman who served in uniform in the Great War. Harry Read, headmaster of Stevington School, wrote 27 remarkable letters to Stevington men serving abroad. Ten have survived and are reproduced here
Items 2 and 3 if bought together are priced at £20.00
Copies of all three publications can be ordered from Peter Hart (01234 823586 email@example.com) or from John Duffield (01234 822617 firstname.lastname@example.org)
or order online here