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Redland and Westbury
Park History Notes
Crusader Knights in Bristol and the
Temple District of Bristol UK
Knights in the Bristol and the West Country for the Regional Historian
Miells memories of Temple Pt 1
Great Grandfather James Miell who was a Potter Kept
Bristol on Temple Back A thousand year overview of the site
Temple 1000 year time chart illustrated
Bristol Explorer Leaflets Index & (As written to date)
Subject Index (searchable) 1980-1999
Images (extensive gallery as gifs planned, (hi-res versions available by
Trade & Industry
Chemical Works, Alum at Temple Back
Sperry Bristol on Temple Back a thousand year review of the site
Bristol firms, images from 19c Directories, 35 advts to
Avon Local History Archaeological Members Newsletter, current issue,
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Project Reports & Info;
Jacobs Well summary for talk for
International Congress Medieval Metals Paper
St Johns Conduit Book Transcsript
St Johns Conduit at St Johns Church photograph
USA and Bristol list of Biographical links
WATER index of articles
The ancient springs of the valley of the Sandbrook (Clifton Bristol).
The Clifton Walk
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