Sources for this History of Buxton
Acknowledgements and thanks for photographs and other help in preparation of historical items to
Mr. Roy Spinks, Mr. Bob & Mr. Tom Catchpole, Mr. G.Rust, Mr. Reading (Mundesley), Dusty Miller, Rev Walter, Roger Rice, and many others.
Birch Rev A.K. "St Andrews Church, Buxton". (Vicar of Buxton 1960-71).
Blomefield's "History of Norfolk" Vol 1V p.441-452.
Chitty, Susan. "The Woman who wrote Black Beauty".
"General History of the County of Norfolk" containing the Hundreds of North & South Erpingham Vol 3 1781 p115- 127 & Vol 1 1829. p.194-196.
E.H. "A brief Memorial of Mrs Wright, Late of Buxton, Norfolk"
A tribute to Anne Wright author & philanthropist. She married John Wright in 1816.
Kellys Directory 1896.
Kelly, Geoffrey "History of Buxton Mill House".
Leaflet "Buxton through the ages ( a few glimpses of Parish History)."
Manor of Buxton Levishaw Court papers. 1803-1918.
Maps : Faden 1794. Ordnance Survey 1885, Burringer 1828, & 1838
Mellor, Derek "A History of the Red House Farm School, Buxton, Nr Norwich"
Nicholls, Valerie "History of Ivy House (previously Ivy Farm)". Mrs Nicholls lives at Ivy Farm.
Sewell Margaret "History of Buxton" written in 1929 for the Womens Institute. A lot of the information is taken from this document.
Sewell, Margaret "Letters by Margaret A. Sewell". These are extracts from her diary 1876- 1886.
Sewell, Mary "Reminiscences of Mrs Sewell".
Mary Sewell is Anna Sewell's mother & these are memories of her family.
White's History, Gazateer and Directory of Norfolk 1845
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