Resources

I’m currently sitting henlike on a lot of material about Bayton which may be of interest to other local historians which, for one reason or another, I’ve not been able to make something substantive of yet. Since this situation isn’t likely to change for a while – workload continues to fluctuate and, as of September 2014, I’m about to add a PhD thesis on the writing pile – I’ve decided to post some of the material online for others to make use of. Expect changes as a work-in-progress, so do check back – any questions contact me at the usual address.

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