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.

Ray, George E 

The Book of Chorleywood and Chenies

Ralls, S & J

Royston 1900

Rance, Daphne

St Ippolyts

The Yeomen of Ippolyts

Reeve, Alex Literary Walks in Hertfordshire
Remfry, Paul Martin

Berkhamsted Castle 1066 to 1495

Rensten, Mary

Hertfordshire Brasses

Reynolds, Bertha & Chris

The London Gunners come to Town

Richards, Sheila

A History of Tring

Richardson, Bert The Hertfordshire Way
Richardson, Frank A

Knebworth - The Story of a Hertfordshire Village

Richardson, Robert

The Book of Hatfield

Roach, Anne & Wheeler, Matthew St Albans - The Home Front
Roberts, Eileen

The Hill of the Martyr

The Altar of the Relics

Robins, George Lays of the Hertfordshire Hunt
Robinson, Gwennah

The Book of Hemel Hempstead & Berkhamsted


Robson, Norah & John

A Short History of Studham

Rook, Kate & Tony St Mary's Church, Welwyn
Rook, A G (Tony)

Welwyn Beginning

Of Local Interest - A Book of Welwyn Pubs

Welwyn Garden City Past

Rooke, Peter

Cheshunt's Past in Pictures

Rose, Janet R

Historic Sandridge Revisited

Rothschild, Miriam

Dear Lord Rothschild

Rowe, Ann

Garden-making and the Freman Family: A Memoir of Hamels 1713-1733

The Protected Valley: A History of Little Munden

Hertfordshire Garden History - A Miscellany

Rowe, Violet A

The First Hertford Quakers

Royal Commission of Historical Monuments

St Albans Cathedral

Inventory of Historical Monuments - Hertfordshire

Rumball, Louise

George Bernard Shaw and Ayot St Lawrence

Runcie, Robert

Cathedral & City

Rushton, Alan

Non-conformity in Hertfordshire

Hertfordshire Obituaries 1801-1837

Russell, Eugena & Quintin Watford and South West Herts in the Great War

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 August 2011