Books about Hertfordshire


This index lists books which are reviewed (or for which reviews are planned) and if you require further details please tell me, including details of your interest.

Other books and booklets may be mentioned on the appropriate town or village page.

If you can donate a copy of a book which should be reviewed here please tell me.

Davis, Eve

Around Hemel Hempstead in Camera

Hemel Hempstead

Hemel Hempstead in Camera

Hemel Hempstead: A Second Selection

Davis, Jean

Aldbury, the Open Village

A Visitor's Guide to Aldbury

The Pretended Marriage

Aldbury People: 1885-1945

Davis, K. Rutherford

Deserted Medieval Villages of Herts

Dawes, Frank

Afoot in Hertfordshire

Dawes, Martin C The End of the Line
Deacon, Audrey & Walne, Peter

A Professional Hertfordshire Tramp

Dean, David

St Albans Quarter Session Rolls: 1784-1820

Dent, David

Hoddesdon's Past in Pictures

Broxbourne and Wormley's Past in Pictures


The D.I.A. Cautionary Guide to St. Albans

Diplock, Monica The History of Leavesden Hospital
Dix, Kenneth

The Akeman Street Story

Dodds, Geoffrey

The Church Bells of Hertfordshire

Dodds, Joyce Hertfordshire Bellfounders
Dodwell, Fiona

Hitchin British Schools - Schooldays 1810-1900

Hitchin British Schools - A History of the Buildings

Doig, Tom

Reed through the Ages

North and East Hertfordshire

Hertfordshire Living Memories

Doree, Stephen G

The Parish Register and Tithing Book of Thomas Hassall of Amwell

Early Churchwardens' Accounts of Bishops Stortford, 1431-1558

Doree, Stephen & Perman, David Amwell & Stanstead's Past in Pictures
Douglas, Pricilla & Humphries, Pauline

The House that Bartlett Built (in Hitchin)

Dury, Andrew & Andrews, John

A Topographical Map of Hertfordshire

Dyke, George Vaughan John Lawes of Rothamsted

NOTICE: Recent Publications: The vast majority of books reviewed on this web site form part of my personal library of Hertfordshire material. There is already a good coverage of the better known older books. There are no funds (beyond my own pension) to extend the library to include recently published or further second-hand material. As such it is impossible to cover the torrent of new books, booklets, etc., produced by individual historians, local history societies and other organisations unless review copies are supplied.

Page updated December 2012