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Crook, D., 'Philip Marc, Robert de Gaugy and the first siege of Newark, July 1218', Transactions of the Thoroton Society of Nottinghamshire : The Journal for Nottinghamshire History and Archaeology, 122, 2018, [105]-120.
(NOTES: Illustrations, map. Bibliographical references. | PLACE: Newark | SUBJECT: History and archaeology > Medieval > General | ONLINE: - | ISBN/ISSN: | PUBLICATION TYPE: Article in serial | ID NUMBER: 12867)

Hooley, T. and Owen, V., 'Newark-on-Trent, Newark Sewer Strategy' in King, C. (editor), 'Archaeology in Nottinghamshire 2018', Transactions of the Thoroton Society of Nottinghamshire : The Journal for Nottinghamshire History and Archaeology, 122, 2018, 33-34.
(NOTES: Illustrations. Archaeological investigations during pipeline work and deep-shaft excavations have helped to elucidate the development of the town and castle and the internal organisation of its defences during the English Civil War. | PLACE: Newark | SUBJECT: Historic environment > Monuments > Defence > Castles; Historic environment > Monuments > Defence > English Civil War defences > Siegeworks > Newark | ONLINE: - | ISBN/ISSN: | PUBLICATION TYPE: Contribution to article in serial | ID NUMBER: 12887)

Drew, C., 'Upton Hall', FONA Newsletter, 18, June 2018, 9-11.
(NOTES: Illustrations. The hall and its owners. | PLACE: Upton (near Newark) | SUBJECT: Historic environment > Architecture and building > Secular > Halls and manor houses > Upton Hall; Biography and family history > Family history > Individual families | ONLINE: Available online at the Friends of Nottinghamshire Archives website | ISBN/ISSN: | PUBLICATION TYPE: Article in serial | ID NUMBER: 12820)

Imeson, R., 'Stand firm : Civil defences in Newark during World War II', East Midlands History and Heritage, Issue 07, August 2018, 24-25.
(NOTES: Illustrations. | PLACE: Newark | SUBJECT: History and archaeology > Twentieth century > Second World War/World War 2 > Home Front | ONLINE: Available online at the East Midlands History & Heritage website | ISBN/ISSN: | PUBLICATION TYPE: Article in serial | ID NUMBER: 12906)

Key, J. and Nicholson, A. , Newark Christ Church, Diocese of Southwell and Nottingham and The University of Nottingham, 2018, 15 p.
(NOTES: Illustrations, maps. Bibliographical references. An entry on the Southwell and Nottingham Church History website providing a historical, architectural and archaeological description of the church or chapel. | PLACE: Newark | SUBJECT: Historic environment > Architecture and building > Ecclesiastical > Churches > Individual churches; Religion > Church of England > Individual Churches and Parishes | ONLINE: Southwell and Nottingham Church History Project website | ISBN/ISSN: | PUBLICATION TYPE: Monograph | ID NUMBER: 12778)

Key, J. and Nicholson, A. , Newark Old Christ Church, Diocese of Southwell and Nottingham and The University of Nottingham, 2018, 17 p.
(NOTES: Illustrations, maps. Bibliographical references. An entry on the Southwell and Nottingham Church History website providing a historical, architectural and archaeological description of the church or chapel. | PLACE: Newark | SUBJECT: Historic environment > Architecture and building > Ecclesiastical > Churches > Individual churches; Religion > Church of England > Individual Churches and Parishes | ONLINE: Southwell and Nottingham Church History Project website | ISBN/ISSN: | PUBLICATION TYPE: Monograph | ID NUMBER: 12779)

Nicholson, H., 'Annual History Lecture: Print and Politics in the Nottinghamshire Constituencies c. 1790-1832', Transactions of the Thoroton Society of Nottinghamshire : The Journal for Nottinghamshire History and Archaeology, 121, 2017, [177]-192.
(NOTES: Illustrations. Bibliographical references. Study of printed hadbills, posters, adverts and pamphlets printed and distributed prior to elections. | PLACE: Nottingham; Newark; Retford (including East Retford); Nottinghamshire | SUBJECT: Political history > Parliament > Parliamentary elections | ONLINE: - | ISBN/ISSN: | PUBLICATION TYPE: Article in serial | ID NUMBER: 12729)

Tinsley, A., 'Newark-on-Trent - Newark South development' in King, C. (editor), 'Archaeology in Nottinghamshire 2017', Transactions of the Thoroton Society of Nottinghamshire : The Journal for Nottinghamshire History and Archaeology, 121, 2017, 36-41.
(NOTES: Illustrations, plans. Excavations by Oxford Archaeology North revealed extensive evidence for Neolithic and Bronze Age activity, including a ring ditch and a large circular ditched enclosure interpreted as possibly a Neolithic hengiform monument reused during the Bronze Age as a funerary focus. Within its interior were a cluster of pits containing urned and unurned Early to Middle Bronze Age cremations. More cremations were found outside the enclosure and yielded a variety of grave goods. The next major phase of activity was represented by an Iron Age ditched field system and at least two foci of Iron Age settlement; the latter preserved roundhouses, pits and other features, together with a rich collection of Iron Age pottery, metal working residues and other finds. A large Romano-British ditched enclosure was superimposed upon part of the Iron Age field system. This appears to have formed a focus for occupation and industrial activity, with metalworking residues in several internal features and the remains of six exceptionally well-preserved pottery kilns relating to Roman or possibly early post-Roman activity. | PLACE: Newark; Balderton | SUBJECT: History and archaeology > Prehistoric; Iron Age-Romano-British | ONLINE: - | ISBN/ISSN: | PUBLICATION TYPE: Contribution to article in serial | ID NUMBER: 12712)

Calladine, A., Brooke, C. and Nicholson, A., Newark St Augustine, Diocese of Southwell and Nottingham and The University of Nottingham, 2017, 17 p.
(NOTES: Illustrations, maps. Bibliographical references. An entry on the Southwell and Nottingham Church History website providing a historical, architectural and archaeological description of the church or chapel. | PLACE: Newark | SUBJECT: Historic environment > Architecture and building > Ecclesiastical > Churches > Individual churches; Religion > Church of England > Individual Churches and Parishes | ONLINE: Southwell and Nottingham Church History Project website | ISBN/ISSN: | PUBLICATION TYPE: Monograph | ID NUMBER: 12608)

Campbell, J. and Cox, M., Lost Newark, Stroud : Amberley Publishing, 2017, 92 p.
(NOTES: Illustrations. The demolished buildings of Newark. | PLACE: Newark | SUBJECT: Historic environment > Architecture and building > Built heritage | ONLINE: - | ISBN/ISSN: 9781445668024 | PUBLICATION TYPE: Monograph | ID NUMBER: 12748)

Marsh, B., ''Lodging the Irish': an examination of parochial charity dispensed in Nottinghamshire to refugees from Ireland, 1641-1651', Midland History, 42(2), 2017, 194-216.
(NOTES: Bibliographical references. Explores the identities of refugees from the Irish Rebellion of 1641, the volume and direction of refugee movement and the organisation and dispensation of local relief through a case study of the parish of Upton. | PLACE: Upton (near Newark) | SUBJECT: History and archaeology > Seventeenth century > General | ONLINE: - | ISBN/ISSN: | PUBLICATION TYPE: Article in serial | ID NUMBER: 12834)

Beckett, J. and Brooke, C., Newark Old St Leonard, Diocese of Southwell and Nottingham and The University of Nottingham, 2016, 18 p.
(NOTES: Illustrations, maps. Bibliographical references. An entry on the Southwell and Nottingham Church History website providing a historical, architectural and archaeological description of the church or chapel. | PLACE: Newark | SUBJECT: Historic environment > Architecture and building > Ecclesiastical > Churches > Individual churches; Religion > Church of England > Individual Churches and Parishes | ONLINE: Southwell and Nottingham Church History Project website | ISBN/ISSN: | PUBLICATION TYPE: Monograph | ID NUMBER: 12481)

Frecknall, T., Noble, S., and Grant, C., Newark's Black Friday, [North Muskham, Nottinghamshire] : T & G M Frecknall, 2016, 127 p.
(NOTES: Illustrations. A detailed account of the bombing of Ransome & Marles factory in Newark during World War 2 when 41 people died and many more were wounded. | PLACE: Newark | SUBJECT: History and archaeology > Twentieth century > Second World War/World War 2 > Home Front | ONLINE: - | ISBN/ISSN: | PUBLICATION TYPE: Monograph | ID NUMBER: 12277)

Gill, M., 'The housing of Newark's working class', The Nottinghamshire Historian, No. 96, Spring/Summer 2016, 13-17.
(NOTES: Illustrations. Bibliographical references. | PLACE: Newark | SUBJECT: Historic environment > Architecture and building > Secular > Domestic Buildings | ONLINE: - | ISBN/ISSN: | PUBLICATION TYPE: Article in serial | ID NUMBER: 12196)

Gillott, E., 'Newark, church Walk - discovery of human remains' in King, C. (editor), 'Archaeology in Nottinghamshire 2015', Transactions of the Thoroton Society of Nottinghamshire : The Journal for Nottinghamshire History and Archaeology, 119, 2015, 27-30.
(NOTES: Illustrations. Bibliographical references. Human remains uncovered during minor works alongside the parish church. | PLACE: Newark | SUBJECT: Historic environment > Monuments > Religious, ritual and funerary > Funerary site > Burials | ONLINE: - | ISBN/ISSN: | PUBLICATION TYPE: Contribution to article in serial | ID NUMBER: 12250)

Lodge, J., Newark St Leonard, Diocese of Southwell and Nottingham and The University of Nottingham, 2016, 16 p.
(NOTES: Illustrations, maps. Bibliographical references. An entry on the Southwell and Nottingham Church History website providing a historical, architectural and archaeological description of the church or chapel. | PLACE: Newark | SUBJECT: Historic environment > Architecture and building > Ecclesiastical > Churches > Individual churches; Religion > Church of England > Individual Churches and Parishes | ONLINE: Southwell and Nottingham Church History Project website | ISBN/ISSN: | PUBLICATION TYPE: Monograph | ID NUMBER: 12609)

Wright, J. and Beresford, M., 'Voices from the past: The search for medieval graffiti in Derbyshire & Nottinghamshire', East Midlands History and Heritage, Issue 03, July 2016, 6-9.
(NOTES: Illustrations. | PLACE: Nottinghamshire; Hawton; Newark | SUBJECT: Historic environment > Architecture and building > Ecclesiastical > Church details and fittings > Graffiti | ONLINE: Available online at the East Midlands History & Heritage website | ISBN/ISSN: | PUBLICATION TYPE: Article in serial | ID NUMBER: 12282)

Campbell, J. and Cox, M., Secret Newark, Stroud : Amberley Publishing, 2015, 96 p.
(NOTES: Illustrations. Guided historical walks around Newark. | PLACE: Newark | SUBJECT: History and archaeology > General | ONLINE: - | ISBN/ISSN: 9781445644950 | PUBLICATION TYPE: Monograph | ID NUMBER: 12211)

Chapman, S., 'The rebuilding of Newark in the eighteenth century: Georgian terraces and back-to-backs', The Nottinghamshire Historian, No. 95, Autumn/Winter 2015, 10-15.
(NOTES: Illustrations, map. Bibliography and sources used. | PLACE: Newark | SUBJECT: Historic environment > Architecture and building > Built heritage > Individual streets and roads | ONLINE: - | ISBN/ISSN: | PUBLICATION TYPE: Article in serial | ID NUMBER: 12184)

Hopper, A., 'Treachery and conspiracy in Nottinghamshire during the English Civil War', East Midlands History and Heritage, Issue 01, June 2015, 21-23.
(NOTES: Illustrations. Bibliography. | PLACE: Nottingham; Newark | SUBJECT: History and archaeology > Seventeenth century > Civil War > General | ONLINE: Available online at the East Midlands History and Heritage website | ISBN/ISSN: | PUBLICATION TYPE: Article in serial | ID NUMBER: 12177)

Jennings, S. B., 'Hidden voices: Newark and the civilian experience of the British Civil Wars', East Midlands History and Heritage, Issue 01, June 2015, 12-14.
(NOTES: Illustrations. | PLACE: Newark | SUBJECT: History and archaeology > Seventeenth century > Civil War > The sieges of Newark | ONLINE: Available online at the East Midlands History and Heritage website | ISBN/ISSN: - | PUBLICATION TYPE: Article in serial | ID NUMBER: 12176)

Mitchell, V. and Smith, K., Eastern Main Lines : Newark to Doncaster featuring Retford, Midhurst, West Sussex : Middleton Press, 2015, 96 p.
(NOTES: Illustrations, maps. | PLACE: Newark; Carlton on Trent; Sutton on Trent; Tuxford; Retford (including East Retford); Sutton cum Lound; Ranskill; Scrooby | SUBJECT: Economic history > Transport and communications > Railways > General | ONLINE: - | ISBN/ISSN: 9781908174789 | PUBLICATION TYPE: Monograph | ID NUMBER: 12758)

Chapman, S., 'The Newark Navigation: the development of trade and industry 1740-1880', Transactions of the Thoroton Society: the journal for Nottinghamshire history and archaeology, 117, 2013, [109]-126.
(NOTES: Illustrations, maps, facsimiles. Bibliographical references. | PLACE: Newark | SUBJECT: Economic history > Transport and communications > Inland Waterways > Rivers > River Trent | ONLINE: - | ISBN/ISSN: | PUBLICATION TYPE: Article in serial | ID NUMBER: 11945)

Frecknall, T., Newark in the Great War (Your Towns & Cities in the Great War), Barnsley: Pen & Sword Military, 2014, 240 p.
(NOTES: Illustrations. | PLACE: Newark | SUBJECT: History and archaeology > Twentieth century > First World War/World War 1 > General | ONLINE: - | ISBN/ISSN: 9781783831678 | PUBLICATION TYPE: Monograph | ID NUMBER: 12039)

Key, J., Newark Christ Church, Diocese of Southwell and Nottingham and The University of Nottingham, 2013, 8 p.
(NOTES: Illustrations, maps. Bibliographical references. An entry on the Southwell and Nottingham Church History website providing a historical, architectural and archaeological description of the church or chapel. | PLACE: Newark | SUBJECT: Historic environment > Architecture and building > Ecclesiastical > Churches > Individual churches; Religion > Church of England > Individual Churches and Parishes | ONLINE: Southwell and Nottingham Church History Project website | ISBN/ISSN: | PUBLICATION TYPE: Monograph | ID NUMBER: 12658)


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