Publications about Lodsworth

  1. The History of Lodsworth by Hasler Hollist – unpublished – copy held by West Sussex Record Office
  2. A History of the Castles, Mansions and Manors of West Sussex by Dudley George Cary Elwes FSA & Rev Charles J Robinson MA, Longmans, London 1876
  3. Lodsworth 1947, a history of the parish by Mrs Hammick & Mrs Sandell of Lodsworth Women’s Institute – held by West Sussex Record Office AM 21/2
  4. Lodsworth, A History of the County of Sussex: Volume 4: The Rape of Chichester pp.71-73 Victoria County History edited by L.F. Salzman 1953
  5. The Parish of Lodsworth by Diana Cruz 1958 – unpublished – copy held by West Sussex Record Office
  6. Notes for a History of Lodsworth by Rev Wilfrid Lamb MA 1962
  7. The Excavation of a Motte at Lodsbridge Mill, Lodsworth by E W Holden FSA, Sussex Archaeological Collections Volume 105, published by Sussex Archaeological Society 1967
  8. The Mitford Archives: A Catalogue, Francis W Steer (editor), West Sussex Record Office Vol I 1961, Vol II 1970
  9. Social and Economic Relations in a Wealden Community: Lodsworth 1780-1860 dissertation by Michael Reed – University of Sussex Library 1982
  10. The changing rural society and economy of Sussex 1750-1945 by Brian M Short 1983 in Geography Editorial Committee, Sussex: Environment, Landscape and Society, Gloucester: Sutton
  11. Iron Age and Roman Quern Production at Lodsworth, West Sussex by DPS Peacock FSA – The Antiquaries Journal (1987), Volume 67 pp.61-85
  12. Lodsworth: the Story of an English Village by Martin Hepworth & AE MarshallThe Weald and Downland Open-Air Museum, 1995 ISBN 0905259246
  13. London’s Lost Route to Midhurst: the Earl of Egremont’s Navigation and the Building of the Petworth Canal by PAL Vine Stroud: Sutton, 1995 ISBN 0750909684
  14. The Land of Lod by John Rickman 1998
  15. The Parish & Liberty of Lodsworth – Notes to accompany the Lodsworth Millennium Map – Edited by John Fellows 2001
  16. Lodsworth Parish Plan by Kit Hayward and team 2004
  17. All Change, but Lodsworth Deserves its Vibrant Tag published in Midhurst & Petworth Observer, 8 August 2008
  18. The widening use of Lodsworth Stone: Neolithic to Romano-British quern distribution by R. Shaffrey & F. Roe in Bread for the people : the archaeology of mills and milling by Williams, D F & Peacock, D (2011) Archaeopress, Oxford ISBN 9781407308487 – proceedings of a colloquium held in the British School at Rome 4-7 November 2009

Exploring the history of our village