THE HISTORY OF CINEMA IN TRING:
a history of the town’s
AND DECLINE OF ROTHSCHILDSHIRE:
a brief history of the Rothschild country houses at Tring and in the
Vale of Aylesbury.
THE MYSTERY OF THE TRING TILES:
they date from the 14th century and were made using a technique
known as sgraffito.
THEY CALLED US
letters to Tring from The Great War 1914-19
THEN AND NOW:
gardens of one sort or another than once graced Tring and the
THE TRING WAR
notes on each of the servicemen whose names are inscribed on the WWI
section of the Memorial
the memoirs of
Ralph Seymour, corn merchant, miller and clerk in holy orders.
Rector of Tring, diplomat, authority on canon law and Bishop of St.
short accounts by Tring residents of
aspects of their lives and of past events.
THE TRING FLOUR
flour milling, Tring’s oldest continuous
THE HAMLET OF
one of Tring’s forgotten
THE PEOPLE OF TRING: TRING PARISH PARISH REGISTERS 1566-1714
by Sue Gordon.
THE ANCIENT MANOR
a history by Sue Gordon.
Tiscot, Betlow, Pendley, Bure, and Aldwick
by Sue Gordon:
Tring’s poet - also a Chartist and researcher into the influence of ancient Egyptian beliefs.
An assortment of articles of historical interest.
1914, 1926 and
editions of Pigot’s and of Kelly’s directories for Hertfordshire.