Ordish Papers : Lincolnshire



LINCOLNSHIRE

1.

A cutting reprinted from Retford News, Jan. 18, 1895 on the "Revival of Belton Hood".

2.

A handwritten account of Plough Bullocks taken from Brogden Provincial Words - Lincs.

3.

A handwritten account of Plough-Jags at Bottesford from Mrs. Mabel Peacock.

4.

A handwritten account of guisers from "Saga Book of the Viking Club", Vol.3, pp.39-41 by Rev. R.M. Heanley.

5.

Cutting from Folk Lore 1896, Vol.7, pp.331-345 on The Haxey Hood sent by Mable Peacock.

6.

Cutting from unknown publication on Throwing the Hood at Haxey and Epworth with mention of plough-bullocks.

7.

A handwritten account of Haxey Hood taken from "Antiquities and curiosities of the Church" 1897 by W. Andrews, pp.223-4.

8.

A handwritten account of Haxey Hood taken from "Old English Customs" (1896) by P.H. Ditchfield, pp. 50-1, Plough Bullocks mentioned.

9.

Haxey Hood - cuttings from County Folk Lore, Vol.5 (1908) pp.267-274 sent by Mrs. Gutch and Mabel Peacock.

10.

A handwritten account of Throwing the Hood at Haxey from George Hibbert.

11.

A handwritten text of a mumming play performed at Hixwould sent by Mabel Peacock.

12.

Plough-jag Play - from Kirton-in-Lindsey sent by Mabel Peacock with various other notes.

13.

A handwritten note from Brit. Pop. Customs - T. Dyer 1876 giving the definition of Hunting for the Hood.

14.

Lame Jane & the Crane - handwritten note from Notes and Queries 2 S 2, p.507 (24.12.10).

15.

Christmas Eve at Mumby a cutting from L.N. & Q, Vol.2, p.23 in County Folk Lore 1908 from Mrs. Gutch and Mabel Peacock.

16.

A handwritten account of Plough Bullocks taken from "saga Book of the Viking Club", Vol.3, pp.39-41 and local superstition.

17.

Plough-jacks - handwritten notes and comments on this and other customs. 1800-1850 from Mabel Peacock.

18.

Letter from Mabel Peacock dated 30.11.02 about plough-jags.

19.

Letter from Mabel Peacock dated 29.10.02 regarding a version of the Plough Monday Play being printed in "A Cavalier Stronghold" (1890).

20.

Plough Monday - extracts from various church wardens accounts and texts of various plays from Axholme, Hibaldstow, Kirton-in-Linsey from an unnamed publication. From County Folk Lore, Vol.5 (1908) by Mrs. Gutch and Mabel Peacock, pp.171-185.

21.

Plough Ship, Grimsby - publication giving story of custom, part of which is mentioned in item 12 County Folk Lore, Vol.5, p.223.

22.

Morris dances Sleaford - a printed article on the subject from County Folk Lore, Vol.5 Lincs. 1908 from Mrs. Gutch and Mabel Peacock.


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