Timeline Bibliography


+ Book of Dunstable and Houghton Regis , 1985, Vivienne & Lewis Evans, ISBN 0 86023 223 9
+ Memories of Houghton Regis, Sue King, 2011, ISBN 978 1 906632 12 0
+ Old Houghton: Including Upper Houghton, Now Part of Dunstable, 1988, Pat Lovering ISBN 09509773 5 7
+ Royal Houghton: Story of Houghton Regis, Bedfordshire, 1986, Pat Lovering ISBN 0 9509773 1 4
+ Some lines have been borrowed from http://www.dunstablehistory.co.uk/timeline.htm and
+ Met Office Dunstable, WW II : http://www.bbc.co.uk/history/ww2peopleswar/stories/54/a3793854.shtml
+ dunstablehistory.co.uk
+ Gary Cooper: mdb.com
+ Street Names in Houghton Regis, Houghton Regis Town Council
+ Thomas Whitehead School
+ Dealtry Charles Part, Wikipedia
+ visionofbritain.org.uk
+ Bedfordshire Library Resources - Houghton Regis
+ british-history.ac.uk (Publication: A History of the County of Bedford: Volume 3; Author: William Page (editor); Year published:1912; Pages 389-394)
+ O'Dell, IJ 1981 Bedfordshire clergy and the Black Death. Bedfordshire Magazine 18/138, 54-58
+ #1 Walgrave, according to british-history.ac.uk
+ #3 railwaysarchive.co.uk
+ #4 There is a sketch map produced by the local historian,Worthington Smith, in 1904 which marks the “site of gibbet” and “gib arch” roughly midway between Puddle Hill and Thorn Turn on theWatling Street - just a short distance north of the chalk cutting. Puddle Hill has now virtually disappeared as a result of quarrying, and the large roundabout at the end of Leighton bypass has been built about 150 yards from Thorn Turn. If the Worthington Smith map is right, it means the gallows stood at the foot of the chalk hill rather than on its crest. John Buckledee
#5 History of Bedfordshire, Joyce Godber, 1969. p148
+ enotes.com/topic/Bedfordshire
+ enotes.com/topic/Reform_Act_1832
+ The compleat cook; or, The secrets of a seventeenth century housewife; Author: Rebecca Price; Madeleine Masson; Anthony Vaughan, ISBN 0710074441 9780710074447
+ Bedfordshire Community And Living Archives And Record Office
+ FWB = "Church of All Saints. Houghton Regis" Francis W. Buckingham, 1937. Book contains list of vicars of All Saints parish church from 1226-1928.
+ pdf Google document "Houghton Regis Baptist Church
+ Wikipedia: List of British Prison Hulks
+ Charters of William II and Henry I Project , Dunstable Priory.