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Study started circa
Old photos of buildings/places
Old postcard views
Overview of Study
Old photos of past residents
Electoral rolls/poll books
Facebook page or group
Additional source material to hand
Population in 1881
Probate office summaries
Contact name (if different)
Baptism registers date from
Burial registers date from
Marriages registers date from
Online / social media presence
Additional comments from study owner/contact
This study is run by Meldreth Local History Group, which was formed in 2007. Its aims are to record and research the history of the village, create an archive of local history which can be passed on to future generations and to publish material, both in print and digital forms.
The Group's website was launched in March 2011 and now includes over 470 pages of information on the village, both past and present. New material is being added all the time.
The Group has an oral history program and has interviewed over 30 residents of the village. Interviews are recorded and are held offline, although clips are sometimes added to the website.
Meldreth Local History Group
Extensive information on the history of the school is held online. School log books and admissions registers are held offline.
Material published online as indicated above is not necessarily complete. Additional material may be held offline.
Priorities for 2014: Participating in The Great War: Between the Lines Project. Work on the early history of the village, including its manors, following our Heritage Lottery funded archaeological test pitting project which we ran in 2013.
1 Oct 2013
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