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Volume 1

Pilling, Bond's Farm Excavation, 1979 - B. J. N. Edwards

"Kate's Pad" - Hugh Sherdley.

The Hackensall Hoard - D. C. A. Shotter.

The Over-Wyre Churches: a brief survey - Julia M. Beeden

Pilling's First Church - W. Headlie Lawrenson

Diary of an Excavation at Pilling 1970 - Bill Dickinson 

Sand Fishing for Flukes - Robert Parkinson and Rose Rabbitt

Bone Hill Farm - W. Headlie Lawrenson

Hambleton's Ancient Salt Industry - J. Daresbury Hatton

The Preesall Salt Industry, Part 1, 1872-1891 - R. Hogarth and W. Heapy

Volume 2

An Old Book on Housekeeping - Gladys Walkden

An Early Rawcliffe House and its Contemporaries - R.C. Watson and M.E. McClintock

The Preesall Salt Industry, Part 2, 1892-1911 - Rosemary Hogarth

Over-Wyre People in Calder Vale in the Mid-Nineteenth Century - Julia M Beeden 

Volume 3

 

The Pilling "Graves" - Hugh Sherdley

A Roman Coin-find on Preesall Hill - John Fairclough

Roman Finds from the Broadfleet Stream, Pilling (February 1971) - W. Headlie Lawrenson

Cockerham Hall - R.C. Watson and M.E. McClintock

Gravestones on the Foreshore at Pilling - Hugh Sherdley

The Origins of Calder Vale and Oakenclough - Julia M. Beeden

Extracts from the Farm Accounts of James Threlfall of Bell Farm, Scronkey, 1861-1865 - Andrew Jenkinson

The Engines of the Garstang and Knot End Railway - N. Thompson and M.A. Cook

The Preesall Salt Industry - Part 3 - 1912-1923 - Rosemary Hogarth

 
Volume 4

Parrox Hall, Preesall - R.C. Watson and M.E. McClintock
"The Devil at Cockerham" - Hugh Sherdley
Kelsall - a Quaker Family. Part I. Origins - Julia M Beeden
"Quakers' Rest", Little Eccleston - Julia M Beeden
The Engines of the Garstang and Knot End Railway - N. Thompson and M.A. Cook
"Torf" - Hugh Sherdley
Memories of the Great War: The personal account of Alfred Thomas Higginson
The Preesall Salt Industry - Part 4 - Engineering Techniques - 1875-1926 - Rosemary Hogarth and Geoffrey R. Binns

Volume 5

Letters written by the Rev J D Banister concerning St Mark's Church, Eagland Hill, and the reclamation
of Pilling Moss 1869    Hugh Sherdley
A Suggested Interpretation of Pilling in Mediaeval Times RC Watson
Kelsall - A Quaker Family - Part II The Early Years   Julia M Beeden
The Rev George Holden - Incumbent of Pilling 1758-1767   Hugh Sherdley
Richard Gornall - a Pilling Bike Maker   Andrew Jenkinson
The Engines of the Garstang and Knot End Railway     N Thompson and MA Cook
Memories of the Great War: The personal account of Alfred Thomas Higginson 
The Preesall Salt Industry - Part 5 1925-1989  Rosemary Hogarth 

Volume 6

Contents

Reports of the Pilling Historical Society Excavations from the 1950s and 1960s - W. Headlie Lawrenson

"Pool" in the Fylde - R.C. Watson

Cockersand Abbey Drain and Well - D.H.Kellet

Vicarage Farm, Pilling - Hugh Sherdley

Sandside Farm, Pilling - John Armour and Pat Allouis

Kelsall - A Quaker Family - Part III Friends throughout three centuries - Julia M.Beeden

A History of Plover Scar and Cockersand Lighthouses - Rose Parkinson

Galgate Silk Mills; A Study of the Development of Mill Architecture - R.E.Beeden

The Engines of the Garstang and Knot End Railway - N. Thompson and M.A. Cook

Memoirs - Annie Higginson

Pilling Coffee Feast - Annie Higginson

Military Coastal Defence, 1940 - Hugh Sherdley

 

Volume 7

History of The Pilling & District Historical Society.
Evidence of Thomas Sherdley of Sandside Farm, Pilling To The Royal Commission on Agriculture, 1894 .
A Letter From Preesall to New Zealand Circa 1900
Ancient Earthworks At Nateby
The Pilling 'Graves' Enigma
Quarterlands In Amoundernesshire
The Growth of The Monastic Orders and Their Influence In Pilling, Preesall and Stalmine
The Winmarleigh Hoard
The Garstang and Knot End Railway
Diary Of A Survey Of An Ancient Highway In Nateby and Over-Wyre, Lancashire.
The Monks Track. Report of Survey at Humblescough Wood Nateby.
Pilling Pinfold
The History of The Corless Family of Springfield House
Comments Made by Author Sydney Moorhouse in 1955.

Volume 8

A Reader's Letter
Memories of The Great War
Field Names & Dialect Words
Opening of a New Mission Church At Pilling
Laying of the Foundation Stone of a New School at Eagland Hill
The Pilling Moss Enigma
Humblescough Lane
The Produce of Medieval Farms in Amounderness
Relating to the Listing of Two Boundary Stones
The Pilling Morleys From Around Bonds Farm
The Diary of John Fisher (Extracts)
Wm. Shepherd - A Nineteenth Century Pilling Farmer
The Pilling Heritage Trails
Broom Hill, Barnacre. Wyre Lane Ford. Monk Holes
Ancient Tracks Across Pilling Moss
Schedule of Archaeological Finds in the Over-Wyre Area

Volume 9

Details From Pilling Census 1841-1891
Comments Referring to Over-Wyre Journal No.8 - John Salisbury
Dr.Kuerden's Road Through Pilling in 1684 - W.H.Lawrenson
The Shire of Amounderness - Richard Watson
Descendants of Thomas Herdman - Ken Morley
The Will of Thomas Herdman - Ken Morley
Details From Pilling Census 1841-1891 & Stalmine (1871) - Ken Morley
Arval By Richard Watson *
Field Names - What do They Tell Us ? - Richard Watson *
Some Road Names in Pilling - Walter Lawrenson
The Story of Thurnham Church - Father Bernard Shuttleworth
Our Daily Bread - Richard Watson *
A Tale of Two Crosses - Robert Parkinson
Continuity - Richard Watson *
Brunanburh Discovered - W.H.Lawrenson
Capt.Peter Harrison's Life Story in His Own Words - Bill Hart
The Butlers of Rawcliffe - Richard Watson *
A Peep Into The Past - Richard Watson *
Lords of the Manor of Pilling
Pilling Names - 1630-1713
The Crookhey Hall Estate - Rose Parkinson

The articles marked with an asterisk written by Richard Watson were previously published in the
Over-Wyre Rural Round-Up.