†Bourne Archive: Civil War: home
http://boar.org.uk/ariwxe1CivilWar(home.htm† ††††††††††††††† Latest edit 7 Aug 2009. †††††††††††††††
During the great upheaval of the 1640s, Lincolnshire lay on the diffuse frontier between the Parliamentarian heartland in London, the Home Counties and East Anglia while, in the Midlands, the tide of war ebbed and flowed but the Royalist strongholds of Newark and Belvoir persisted,† just outside the county.
I have collected transcriptions of material on this site and made links to others because I found the combination of the recognisable emotions and 360 year-old ways of thinking, interesting. It is all part of what made us what we are.
This page simply provides links to others on the
Documents (transcriptions, translations and summaries):
FNQ 167†††††††††††† Huntingdonshire Grievances in 1642
FNQ 298†††††† The Seven Associated Counties
FNQ 760†††††† Civil
War, 1642. News
sheet report on events in
1113†††††† Serges, in
FNQ 758†††††† Arrests in Cambridgeshire
FNQ 761††††††† Siege of Crowland
FNQ 1125††††† Crowland retaken
FNQ479†††††††††††† Opposition to Drainage by Soke
FNQ 838†††††† The Kingís 10,000 Acres
FNQ 108†††††† Underwood Family
FNQ 517†††††††††††† Mrs. Hudson (Social consequences)
FNQ 62†††††††††††††† Refugees from European Politics
Social mobility in 1620: A property transaction.
The Browne memorial in the chancel of Bourne Abbey.
Evidence of Civil War activity at Bourne Abbey.
Studies (modern writing on the respective subjects):
The British Civil Wars site gives much information about the wars and personalities nationwide.
of the principal documents nationally. From the Civil War
The Civil War in Lincolnshire (Narative) British Civil Wars site
The Friends of Bolingbroke Castle Siege page.
The Civil War in and about Nottinghamshire. Nottinghamshire History site
The Sieges of Hull (Yorkshire History site)