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Collection Level Description: Topographical Collections for Buckinghamshire Parishes, compiled by J.L. Myres

Reference: MSS. Top. Bucks. c. 17-18
Title: Topographical Collections for Buckinghamshire Parishes, compiled by J.L. Myres
Dates of Creation: 1891-2
Extent: 2 shelfmarks
Name of Creator: Sir John Linton Myres

Language of Material: English

Administrative/Biographical History

Sir John Linton Myres (1869-1954) was an archaeologist and historian. He was Wykeham Professor of Ancient History at Oxford University, 1910-39. Details are given in the Dictionary of National Biography.

Scope and Content

Topographical collections for Buckinghamshire parishes, compiled by J.L. Myres, 1891-2, arranged alphabetically (Aston Cinton-Mursley, and Olney-Winslow), with notes on Grim's Ditch.

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Immediate Source of Acquisition

Given to the Library by J.N.L. Myres in 1960.

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Further Information

Finding Aids

M. Clapinson and T.D. Rogers, Summary Catalogue of Post-Medieval Western Manuscripts in the Bodleian Library Oxford. Acquisitions 1916-1975. (Oxford, 1991), vol. II, nos. 53790-1.

Related Units of Description

See also the Papers of Sir John Linton Myres (MSS. Myres 1-132).

Access Points

Earthworks (Archaeology) | England | Buckinghamshire

Myres | Sir | John Linton | 1869-1954 | knight, historian, and archaeologist

Buckinghamshire (England)

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