History

This page will be updated with the History of Ludgershall Series provided by our own local historian Ian Costar.

Click on the link below to read the History of Ludgershall Series!!

History of Ludgershall Part 1 

History of Ludgershall Part 2 – Ludgershall in 1086

History of Ludgershall Part 3 – The Early Church

History of Ludgershall Part 4 – John Wycliffe

History of Ludgershall Part 5 – Feeding Mediaeval Ludgershall, Fish Ponds, Dovecotes and Pillow Mounds

History of Ludgershall Part 6 – Ludgershall and the Black Death – Ludgershall 1603

History of Ludgershall Part 7 – Ridge and Furrow in Ludgershall

History of Ludgershall Part 8 – Field Names in Ludgershall

History of Ludgershall Part 9 – Enclosure Part 1, the reason why

Ludgershall in 1952 – a little something extra to celebrate the Queens Jubilee

History of Ludgershall Part 10 – Enclosure Part 2, The costs and physical effects

History of Ludgershall Part 11 – Village Buildings, Part 1

Coming next in Part 12 –  Village Buildings, Part 2

2 Responses to History

  1. Robin Simpson says:

    Excellent article:
    “Any fool can make history, but it takes a genius to write it.”
    Oscar Wilde

  2. Pingback: Would you like to add anything to our website? | Ludgershall Village, Buckinghamshire

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