1 An introduction to the fabric of Bunbury Church, Fred H Crossley FSA (1949)

2 Briefs and collections in Bunbury Church 1665-1704 pt i, Maurice H Ridgway BA FSA (1950)

3 The Church Bells of Bunbury, J W Clarke (1950)

4 The Effigy and Tomb of Sir Hugh Calveley, Claude Blair BA (1951)

5 The Sanctuary of Bunbury Church. Excavated 1952-3, Maurice H. Ridgway BA FSA (1954)

6 The Plate of Bunbury Church, Sir Leonard Stone (1955)

7 The Pewter Collecting Boxes at Bunbury Church, Maurice H. Ridgway BA FSA (1956)

8 The Medieval Freestone effigies in Bunbury Church, Claude Blair BA FSA (1959)

9 The Chandelier of Bunbury Church, Robert Sherlock BA FSA (1960)

10 Beeston Castle, Cheshire, Maurice H. Ridgway BA FSA, and D J Cathcart King LL M

The Bunbury Papers

Editor: Maurice H. Ridgway BA FSA

 

The Bunbury Papers were a series of monographs on Bunbury Church published in the early 1950's to private subscribers.

1 An introduction to the fabric of Bunbury Church, Fred H Crossley FSA (1949)

2 Briefs and collections in Bunbury Church 1665-1704 pt i, Maurice H Ridgway BA FSA (1950)

3 The Church Bells of Bunbury, J W Clarke (1950)

4 The Effigy and Tomb of Sir Hugh Calveley, Claude Blair BA (1951)

5 The Sanctuary of Bunbury Church. Excavated 1952-3, Maurice H. Ridgway BA FSA (1954)

6 The Plate of Bunbury Church, Sir Leonard Stone (1955)

7 The Pewter Collecting Boxes at Bunbury Church, Maurice H. Ridgway BA FSA (1956)

8 The Medieval Freestone effigies in Bunbury Church, Claude Blair BA FSA (1959)

9 The Chandelier of Bunbury Church, Robert Sherlock BA FSA (1960)

10 Beeston Castle, Cheshire, Maurice H. Ridgway BA FSA, and D J Cathcart King LL M

St Boniface Church, Bunbury - In the Diocese of Chester, England  
Rev. Tim Hayward - Tel: 01829 261511    email: revtimhayward@gmail.com
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