- Miscellaneous articles
A wide range of articles on places in the county: Beauvale Charterhouse, a Carthusian monastic house; Greasley castle, a fortified manor house; the austere late 11th century architecture of Blyth Priory; the splendid late medieval monuments in Strelley church; the domestic architecture of Nottingham; etc. etc.
- Bleasby and its history (1897)
A short paper by the Rev Henry L Willams on the history of this Trentside village originally published in 'The Newark Advertiser'.
- Cornelius Brown's History of Nottinghamshire
Brown (1852-1907) was a journalist and historian, author of a wide range of publications on Nottinghamshire history, including the magnificent and still definitive two volume work, A History of Newark (1905 and 1907). A History of Nottinghamshire, published in 1896, was written with a general audience in mind and provides an historical account of the notable towns and villages in the county, the great county families and the English Civil War in Nottinghamshire.
- A catalogue of Nottinghamshire crosses (1912)
- The Great Houses of Nottinghamshire
and the County Families
A series of articles on the country house and halls of the county gentry and the families who lived in them written by Leonard Jacks and published in 1881.
A collection of articles covering many aspects of Arnold's history and information on the state of the town in the years just prior to World War I.
- The History and Antiquities of the Parish of Blyth
Rev. John Raine's comprehensive history of the Norman priory, the parish church and the townships within its large parish.
- Bulwell. Four essays towards a history of the manor and township
of Bunny and Bradmore
- The Clifton Book
The Clifton Book, by the Rev. Rosslyn Bruce is an entertaining history of the village of Clifton, on the south-western outskirts of Nottingham, and the family that bears its name. It also provides a marvellous snapshot of life in the village at the beginning of the 20th century.
- A History of the Lordship of King's Clipstone or Clipstone in Sherwood, Nottinghamshire
- A history of Colston Bassett
A useful history of the delightful village of Colston Bassett in the Vale of Belvoir. In addition to a narrative history of the village and its owners, the Rev Evelyn Young provides a wide range of source material of interest to local historian and genealogist alike.
Alan Cook, a bookbinder, originally produced this limited edition history of Colwick himself in the early 1970s. It is a comprehensive looks at the village's history since prehistoric times.
- East Retford and the Dukeries
Published in 1908, this official guide of the Corporation of East Retford and of the Retford Traders Association provides a fascinating glimpse at the town and surrounding district in the first decade of the 20th century.
- A History of East Retford Church
- Griseleia in Snottinghamscire
"Griseleia in Snottinghamscire is a history of the large parish of Greasley, written by the Reverend Rodolph Baron von Hube and published in 1908. The ancient parish covered Beauvale, Brinsley, Hempshill, Newthorpe, Kimberley, Moorgreen and Watnall and von Hube provides a comprehensive picture of the great families and historic places in this part of western Nottinghamshire.
- The Story of Greasley Church
A short booklet on the history of this fine late medieval church which historically served one of the largest parishes of the county. There is also a brief introduction to nearby Beauvale Priory: Nottinghamshire's only Carthusian monastic house.
- Holme by Newark Church and its Founder
of Hucknall Torkard
J H Beardsmore's history of this former mining town details its connection with the Byrons and provides a detailed picture of Hucknall in the late 19th/early 20th centuries.
- Hucknall Torkard Church. Its history and Byron associations
- The History of Laxton
- The Parish and Priory of Lenton
- Linby and
An interesting history of the neighbouring, picturesque villages of Linby and Papplewick; it includes many extracts from parish registers and account books and other village documents.
- The History of Mansfield
Useful and fairly comprehensive history of Mansfield by William Horner Groves, originally published in 1894, containing a large number of extracts from the parish registers and other documents.
- Mansfield Parish Church
Canon A.H. Prior's comprehensive guide to the ancient parish church in Mansfield, including many interesting extracts from the parish registers.
- Old churches of Mansfield Deanery
Beautifully illustrated with pen and ink images, this book traces the history and archaeology of the ancient churches of Mansfield Deanery.
- Markham: the Church and Parish
Short monograph by Clements R. Markham on the history of East Markham and the families that owned it.
- Antiquities of Newark
The second edition of Thomas Blagg's informative and well-illustrated guide to the history and antiquities of Nottingham-shire's finest and most historic market town, published in 1910. As well as describing the castle, the splendid parish church and the marketplace, the book also includes the delightful neighbouring village churches of Holme and Hawton.
- Guide to
A delightfully illustrated guide to the fascinating former Augustinian abbey and home to the Byron family. The guide covers the interior of the house and explores the landscaped grounds.
Guide to Nottingham
A fascinating and very informative tour of Nottingham in the late 19th century. Many illustrations of all the key public buildings (The Guildhall, Old Town Hall, Lunatic Asylum, etc) and tourist sites (the caves, The Castle etc)
- Early recollections of Nottingham Marketplace (c.1960)
G. C. A. Austin was Clerk of the Markets and Chief Inspector of Weights and Measures for Nottingham Corporation and this recollection of his first year of service provides a glimpse of the marketplace in the Edwardian period.
- Nottingham and its churches 1449-1949 (1949)
- Nottingham & Notts Illustrated : "Up-to-Date" Commercial Sketches : Industries and Manufactures Illustrated and Reviewed (1898)
Lavishly illustrated promotional profiles of key Nottingham and Mansfield companies in the banking, textile, engineering industries and 'general trades'
- An Historical Sketch of the Caves of Old Nottingham and The Nottinghamshire Coalfield: some notes regarding its ancient history
- A Stranger's Guide to Nottingham
A delighful tour through the streets Nottingham as they appeared in the early 19th century. The book was originally published in 1827 and is illustrated with charming woodcuts.
- Illustrated handbook to Nottingham
An interesting illustrated guide to Edwardian Nottingham includes travel information, a walking tour of the city, information on the churches in Nottingham, a description of the city's suburbs and what was worth seeing in the surrounding districts.
- An Itinerary of Nottingham
J Holland Walker wrote a series of very entertaining and informative articles on the streets of Nottingham in the Transactions of the Thoroton Society through the 1920s and 1930s. They have been all brought together and illustrated with a wide range of photographs and engravings.
- The Old Guild Hall and Prison of Nottingham (1895)
- Links with Old Nottingham
A collection of illustrated articles written in the 1920s by J Holland Walker covering a wide range of historic buildings, places and notable people in Nottingham and the surrounding area.
- Nottingham .... Past and Present (1902)
- Nottingham Past and Present : Fifty Reproductions of Crayon Drawings by T. W. Hammond (1926)
A selection of 50 atmospheric crayon drawings of bygone Nottingham produced by T W Hammond between 1869 and 1923.
- Nottingham, "The Queen City of the Midlands," The official guide, Sixth Edition (1927)
- A Short History of Nottingham
Harry Gill's informative short guide to the history of the world famous Nottingham Castle, covering Mortimer's escape, the raising of Charles I's standard which marked the start of the English Civil War, the 17th century mansion's burning in the Reform Bill Riots of 1831 to its opening as an art gallery and museum in the later 19th century.
- The King's England: Nottinghamshire - the Midland Stronghold (1938)
One of the many volumes in Arthur Mee's famous series of guides to the history and heritage of the English counties, 'Nottinghamshire' was researched by Mee's sister and brother-in-law and published in 1938. Although this series has been criticised for being 'by turns verbose, sentimental, nationalistic and just plain old-fashioned inaccurate' it is a very readable gazetteer of over 221 places in the county.
- Notts CC war memorials in Shire Hall, Nottingham
Rachel Farrand has transcribed the names of those employees of Nottinghamshire County Council who appear on the First and Second World War memorials in Shire Hall, Nottingham.
- Nuthall Temple, Notts: Its History and Contents (1916)
- Notes on the History of the Parish of Ordsall
The Reverend R. F. Wilkinson wrote a fascinating series of articles on aspects of the history of the parish of Ordsall, near Retford in 1940. He included transcripts of a wide range of source material: tithe and enclosure awards, parish registers, churchwardens' accounts etc.
- The History of Retford
John Shadrach Piercy's magnum opus, although published in 1828 is still a useful history of this north Nottinghamshire market town and also provides a useful snapshot of Retford and district in the early 19th century.
- A Short History of the Village & Church of Rolleston (1931)
- The last perambulation of Sherwood Forest, (A.D. 1662.) with notices of other known examples (1893)
- The Scenery of Sherwood Forest with an Account of some Eminent People there (1908)
A tour of the impressive architecture of Southwell Minster by Mary Trebeck, published in 1900, and superbly illustrated by A J Loughton's photographs.
Luther Lindley's fascinating but chaotically organised History of Sutton-in-Ashfield, published in 1907, provides a wealth of information on the town in the early 20th century.
- The History of the Old Hall of the Manor of West Retford, Notts by Edwin Wilmshurst (1908)
- History of
Robert White's solid and detailed history of the town, priory, manor house, great houses of the Dukeries and surrounding villages with a number of interesting illustrations.