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The bibliography is organised in alphabetical order by county. Wherever possible a complete bibliographic reference has been given. In some cases, however, the archive does not hold all the information, such as volume number and page number. In those instances, an effort has been made to provide as much information as possible so that the reference is usable.

Each entry is followed by an NPA accession code.The current list comprises all the published material held by the NPA. Please note that this is a working document and is constantly being updated.

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English Counties: Avon | Bedfordshire | Berkshire | Buckinghamshire | Cambridgeshire | Cheshire | Cleveland| Cornwall | County Durham | Cumbria | Derbyshire | Devon | Dorset | Essex | Gloucestershire | Greater London | Greater Manchester | Hampshire | Herefordshire | Hertfordshire | Humberside | Kent | Lancashire | Leicestershire | Lincolnshire | Merseyside | Norfolk | Northamptonshire | Northumberland | Nottinghamshire | Oxfordshire | Shropshire | Somerset | Staffordshire | Suffolk | Surrey | Sussex | Tyne and Wear | Warwickshire | West Midlands | Wiltshire | Yorkshire | North Yorkshire | South Yorkshire | West Yorkshire |

Regions: CHANNEL ISLANDS || ENGLAND(general) | North East | West Country||NORTHERN IRELAND || SCOTLAND | Grampian | Lothian | Strathclyde | Orkney Isles | Shetland Isles || WALES | Clwyd | Dyfed | Glamorgan | Gwent | Mid Glamorgan |

AVON (Return to top)

Anon, (1951) ‘Clay pipe making in Bristol’ Western Daily Press, Tuesday August 28 1951. [LIVNP 2000.01.117]

Anon, (1956) ‘The pipe-maker poet of St James’ Western Daily Press, February 7 1956. [LIVNP 2000.01.120]

Anon, (1957) ‘Trade with Ireland in clay pipes’ Western Daily Press, April 8 1957. [LIVNP 2000.01.119]

Anon, (1957) ‘Rare clay pipes found at Whitson Street’ Western Daily Press, July 1957. [LIVNP 2000.01.120]

Anon, (1995) ‘Avon: Bristol, Temple Back, Quay Point’, in M. Ponsford and R. Jackson ‘Post-medieval Britain in 1994’, Post Med Arch 29, 179-180. [LIVNP 1997.17.2]

Extracts from 1897-1899 volume 17 Proc of the Soc of Antiq of London, 2nd Series. Notes on pipes from Bristol. [LIVNP 1997.17.1]

Beckey, I., and Price, R. (2006) ‘A Group of 1850s Clay Tobacco-pipe Kiln Wasters from Monk Street, Bristol’ Bristol & Avon Archaeology, 20, 115-120. [LIVNP 2006.46.01]

Davey, Thomas, (1875) The tobacco trade of Bristol: a paper read at the meeting of the British Association for the Advancement of Science, at Bristol, August 1875, 12pp. [LIVNP 2000.01.115]

Hilton Price, F.G. (1901) ‘Notes upon clay tobacco pipes of the seventeenth century’, Arch J 58, 342-349. [2 copies held; LIVNP 1997.17.1]

Jackson, R.G., and Price, R.H. (1974) Bristol Clay Pipes: a study of makers and their marks, 152pp. [LIVNP 1999.05.01]

Jackson, R., and Jackson, P. (1988) ‘George and Anna Viner of Bristol’ Clay Pipe Research, 1, 53-66. [LIVNP 2006.39.39]

Price, R., Jackson, R., Jackson, P. (1979) Bristol Clay Pipe Makers: A Revised and Enlarged Edition. [LIVNP 2006.39.74]

Price, R., Jackson, R., and Jackson, P. (1982) The Ring Family of Bristol, Clay Tobacco Pipe Manufacturers, privately published, 43pp. [LIVNP 2006.39.088] [NB: Published in Post-Med Arch, see LIVNP 2006.39.079]

Price, R., Jackson, R., and Jackson, P. (1984) ‘The Ring Family of Bristol, Clay Tobacco Pipe Manufacturers’ Post-medieval Archaeol, 18, 263-300. [LIVNP 2006.39.079] [NB: Published version of LIVNP 2006.39.088]

Pritchard, J.E. (1923) ‘Tobacco pipes of Bristol of the XVIIth century and their makers’, Trans Bristol and Glos Arch Soc 45, 165-191. [LIVNP 1997.17.1]

Russell, G. Michael, (1996) The Collector’s Guide to Clay Tobacco Pipes, 1, Russell Publications, Virginia, USA, 79pp. [LIVNP 2008.14.137]

Walker, I. C. (1971) The Bristol Clay Tobacco-pipe Industry, City Museum, Bristol, 40pp. [2 copies held: LIVNP 2000.01.129 and 2006.39.63]

Whitehouse, D.B. (1966) ‘The bore diameter of clay tobacco pipes made at Bristol between 1620-1850’, Trans Bristol and Glos Arch Soc 85, 202-206. [LIVNP 1997.17.1]

BEDFORDSHIRE (Return to top)

Fadden, K. (1994) ‘Collection of clay pipes from Ampthill TL 03903970’, Beds Archaol J, 21, 137. [LIVNP 1997.18.1]

Oswald, A. (1970) ‘Clay Pipes’ in David Baker ‘Excavations in Bedford, 1967’, Beds Archaeol J, 5, 91-93 (67-100). [LIVNP 2012.06.112]

BERKSHIRE (Return to top)

Anon, (1997) ‘Clay pipe’, in J.W. Hawkes and P. J. Fasham ‘Excavations on Reading Waterfront Site 1979-88’, Wessex Archaeology Report 5, 169. [LIVNP 1998.35.01]

Cannon, P. (1995) Friar Street, Reading, 1995 (Unpublished manuscript). [LIVNP 1999.25.01]

Cannon, P. (1991) ‘Evidence of tobacco pipe making in East Woodhay and District’, Trans Newbury & District Field Club 14:1, 16-27. [LIVNP 1999.25.03]

Cannon, P. (1997) ‘Clay tobacco pipes’, in A. G. Vince, S.J. Lobb, J. C. Richards and L. Mepham ‘Excavations in Newbury, Berkshire 1979-1990’, Wessex Archaeology Report 13, 131-133. [LIVNP 1999.25.04]

BUCKINGHAMSHIRE (Return to top)

Moore, R., and Williams, R.J. (1991) ‘Clay pipes’, in D. C. Maynard and R. J. Zeepvat ‘Great Linford: A medieval village at Milton Keynes’, Bucks Arch Soc Monograph Series, 3, 222-225. [LIVNP 1997.85.2]

CAMBRIDGESHIRE (Return to top)

Anon (1972) ‘Clay Pipes’ in P.V. Addyman and J. Marjoram, ‘Post Medieval Finds from St Neots’ Post-Medieval Archaeol, 6, 89 and 91. [LIVNP 2006.39.094]

Flood, R.J. (1976) Clay tobacco pipes in Cambridgeshire, Oleander Press, Cambridge, 51pp. [2 copies held: LIVNP 1997.20.1 and 2006.39.62]

Oswald, A. (1980) ‘Appendix 8: Clay pipes’, in ‘Excavations at Denny Abbey’, Arch J 137, 266. [LIVNP 1997.20.3]

Scott, H. (1917) ‘Early clay tobacco pipes found near Barton Road, Cambridge’, Cambridge Antiq Soc Communications 20, 147-168. [LIVNP 1997.20.2]

CHESHIRE (Return to top)

Blackmore, P., and Lewis, N. (1987) ‘The Clay Pipes: the introduction of pipe smoking into Britain’ in R. McNeil ‘Halton Castle: a visual treasure’ North West Archaeological Trust Report, 1, 47-53. [LIVNP 2006.07.01]

Cropper, T. (1965) ‘Pipe making’, Cheshire Sheaf, 60, 7-8. [3 copies held; LIVNP 1997.22.1 and LIVNP 1997.22.5]

Curzon, J.B. (1977) ‘Hefferston Grange’, Cheshire Archaeol Bull, 5, 36-39. [LIVNP 1997.22.13]

Curzon, J.B. (1977) ‘Station Road, Northwich’, Cheshire Archaeol Bull, 5, 41-42. [LIVNP 1997.22.21]

Davey, P.J. (1974a) ‘Unitarian chapel graveyard, Chester’, Cheshire Archaeol Bull, 2, 37. [LIVNP 1997.22.5]

Davey, P.J. (1974b) ‘Finds: Roman Garden, Chester’, Cheshire Archaeol Bull, 2, 37-38. [LIVNP 1997.22.5]

Davey, P.J. (1977a) ‘Stem bore analysis of Chester clay tobacco pipes’, Cheshire Archaeol Bull, 3, 29-34. [2 copies held: LIVNP 1997.22.5]

Davey, P.J. (1977b) ‘Clay tobacco pipes’, in J. P. Green and P. R. Hough ‘Excavation in the Medieval Village of Norton’, J Chester Archaeol Soc, 60, 83-93 (1-94). [2 copies held; LIVNP 1997.22.24]

Davey, P.J. (1977c) ‘1 Meadow Close, Tarvin’, Cheshire Archeol Bull, 5, 53. [LIVNP 1997.22.29]

Davey, P.J. (1977d) ‘Beeston Castle: clay tobacco pipes’, Cheshire Archaeol Bull, 5, 14-18. [2 copies held; LIVNP 1997.22.2]

Davey, P.J. (1993) ‘The clay pipes’, in Keen L and Hough P Beeston Castle Cheshire: A report on the excavation 1968-85, 172-181 (pp 229). [NB: includes photocopies from microfiche; LIVNP 1997.22.2]

Davey, P.J. (1996) ‘Clay tobacco pipes’, in P. Ellis (ed.) ‘Excavations at Chester: Chester Castle the seventeenth-century armoury and mint, excavation. Excavation and building recording in the inner ward 1979-82’, Chester Archaeol, 10, 26-30. [LIVNP 1997.22.6]

Davey, P.J., and Greene, J. P. (1980) ‘Clay pipes from Norton Priory’ in P. Davey (ed.) The Archaeology of the clay tobacco pipe IX Britain, BAR British Series146, 157-236 only. [LIVNP 2006.05.01]

Davey, P.J., and Petch, T. (1976) ‘17th century clay pipe stamps from Warrington’, Cheshire Archaeol Bull, 4, 11-14. [2 copies held; LIVNP 1997.22.32]

Davey, P.J., and Pierce, T.J. (1977) ‘The clay pipes’, in A. Leigh ‘Excavation at Saint Elphin's Rectory, Warrington’, J Chester Archaeol Soc, 60, 102-113 (1-128). [2 copies held; LIVNP 1997.22.34]

Davey, P.J., and Rutter, J. (1980) ‘Clay pipes from Chester’, in P. Davey (ed.) The Archaeology of the clay tobacco pipe III Britain: the north and west, BAR British Series 78, 206-207 only. [LIVNP 1997.22.5. Second copy, signed by the authors, donated 2006 see LIVNP 2006.05.02]

Davey, P.J., and Williams, S.R. (eds.) (1976) Cheshire Archaeol Bull, 4, 44pp. [LIVNP 1997.22.32]

Green, J.P., and Hough, P.R. (1977) ‘Excavation in the Medieval Village of Norton’, J Chester Archaeol Soc, 60, 94pp. [LIVNP 1997.22.24]

Higgins, D.A. (1987) Some Clay pipes from Cheshire and Merseyside, North West Archaeological Trust Report No. 3, 22pp. [LIVNP 1997.22.1]

Higgins, D.A. (1993) Clay Tobacco Pipes from Excavations at Bewsey Old Hall, Near Warrington, Cheshire (SJ589895) unpublished manuscript (8 pages text, plus 13 pages of annotated sketches). [LIVNP 1997.22.4.2]

Jenkins, J., and Bearpark, P. (1980) ‘Clay Tobacco Pipes’ in Bewsey Old Hall Research Report, 42-45. [LIVNP 1997.24.4.3]

Laing, L.R. (1973) ‘Knight's Grange, Winsford’, Cheshire Archaeol Bull, 1, 16-18. [LIVNP 1997.22.37]

Leigh A. (1977) ‘Excavations at Saint Elphin's Rectory, Warrington’, J Chester Archaeol Soc, 60, 128pp. [LIVNP 1997.22.34]

McNeil-Sale, R., et al (1978) Archaeology in Nantwich: Crown car park excavations interim report, Liverpool University Press, Liverpool, 30-31. [LIVNP 1997.22.20]

Morgan, D.E.M. (1975) ‘Stray Finds: 22 Northgate Street, Chester’, Cheshire Archaeol Bull, 3, 62-63. [LIVNP 1997.22.5]

Morgan, D.E.M. (1975) ‘Stray Finds: Nicholas Street, Chester’, Cheshire Archaeol Bull, 3, 62. [LIVNP 1997.22.5]

Petch, D.F. (1975) ‘Excavations in Eaton road, Eccleston, Chester, 1972’, J Chester Archaeol Soc, 8, 15-39. [LIVNP 1997.22.10]

Rutter, J. (1980-81) ‘Huxley’, Cheshire Archaeol Bull, 7, 83. [LIVNP 1997.22.14]

Rutter, J. (1980-81) ‘Dean's Field, Tarporley’, Cheshire Archaeol Bull, 7, 83. [LIVNP 1997.22.28]

Rutter, J. (1982) ‘Church of St Alban, Tattenhall’, Cheshire Archaeol Bull, 8, 56-63. [LIVNP 1997.22.31]

Rutter, J. (1982) ‘Nantwich Road, Wrenbury’, Cheshire Archaeol Bull, 8, 88. [LIVNP 1997.22.38]

Rutter, J. (1982) ‘St John's Church Gardens’, Cheshire Archaeol Bull, 8, 83. [LIVNP 1997.22.5]

Rutter, J. (1978-9) ‘18 Craithie Road, Vicars Cross, Chester’, Cheshire Archaeol Bull, 6, 82. [LIVNP 1997.22.5]

Rutter, J. (1980-81) ‘3 Lache Lane, Chester’, Cheshire Archaeol Bull, 7, 77-79. [LIVNP 1997.22.5)

Rutter, J. (1982) ‘Coole Hall Farm’, Cheshire Archaeol Bull, 8, 84. [LIVNP 1997.22.8]

Rutter, J. (1980-81) ‘Broughton Heath, Chester’, Cheshire Archaeol Bull, 7, 74. [LIVNP 1997.22.5]

Rutter, J. and Ward, S. (1978-79) ‘28-30 King Street, Chester’, Cheshire Archaeol Bull, 6, 64. [LIVNP 1997.22.5]

Rutter, J. (1980-81) ‘Westerminster Park, Chester’, Cheshire Archaeol Bull, 7, 80. [LIVNP 1997.22.5]

Spence, G.C. (1941-42) ‘Notes on clay tobacco pipes and clay pipe makers in Cheshire’, Trans Lancs and Chesh Antiq Soc, 56, 45-63. [2 copies held; LIVNP 1997.22.1]

Strickland, T.J., and Rutter, J. (1980-81) ‘The Castle: colonnade and archway, Chester’, Cheshire Archaeol Bull, 7, 40. [LIVNP 1997.22.5]

Strickland, T.J., and Rutter, J. (1980-81) ‘The castle chapel, Chester’, Cheshire Archaeol Bull, 7, 40. [LIVNP 1997.22.5]

Ward, T.E. (1977) ‘76-88 Northgate Street’, Cheshire Archaeol Bull, 5, 32. [LIVNP 1997.22.5]

Warhurst, A. (1951) ‘The clay pipe industry in Cheshire’, Cheshire Historian, 1, 30-32. [2 copies held; LIVNP 1997.22.1]

Webster, G., and Barton, K. (1957) ‘An 18th century rubbish pit, Trinity Street’, J Chester Archaeol Soc, 44, 19-28. [LIVNP 1997.22.5]

Williams, S.R., and Rutter, J. (1980-81) ‘Wybunbury’, Cheshire Archaeol Bull, 7, 87. [LIVNP 1997.22.39]

Williams, S.J., and Rutter, J. (1980-81) ‘Winsford’, Cheshire Archaeol Bull, 7, 85-86. [LIVNP 1997.22.37]

CLEVELAND (Return to top)

Davey, P. J. (nd) ‘Clay pipes from excavations in Yarm, Cleveland 1983’ unpublished manuscript. [LIVNP 1997.23.08]

Davey, P. J. (1983) ‘The clay pipes from excavations at Yarm 1980’ unpublished manuscript. [LIVNP 1997.23.08]

Edwards, L. (1985) The clay pipes from Church Walk, Hartlepool, unpublished manuscript. [LIVNP 1997.23.04]

CORNWALL (Return to top)

Douch, H.L. (1970) ‘The tobacco trade and the manufacture of clay pipes in Cornwall’, J Roy Inst Cornwall, 139-153. [LIVNP 1997.26.1]

COUNTY DURHAM (Return to top)

Davey, P. J. (1988) ‘Clay pipes from Barnard Castle, County Durham’ unpublished report for English Heritage. [LIVNP 1997.31.02]

Edwards, L. J. (1988) ‘Clay Pipes from the Refectory of Durham Cathedral’ Clay Pipe Research, 1, 1-14. [LIVNP 2006.39.39]

Parsons, J.E. (1974) ‘Clay pipes’, in ‘New Elvet, Durham City’, Archaeologia Aeliana, 5th Ser, 2, 140. [LIVNP 1997.31.4]

Parsons, J.E. (1980) ‘Appendix I. Clay pipe report’, in J. Clipson ‘Back Silver Street, Durham 1975-6 excavations’, Archaeologia Aeliana, 5th Ser, 8, 118-121 (109-126). [2 copies held; LIVNP 1997.31.1]

CUMBRIA (Return to top)

Higgins, D.A. (nd) Cumbria, working research notes on clay tobacco pipes recorded by the author from Cumbria. [LIVNP 1997.27.01 – superseded by later version in 2002, see LIVNP 2002.01.03]

Higgins, D.A. (2002) Cumbria, working research notes on clay tobacco pipes recorded by the author from Cumbria. [LIVNP 2002.01.03 – replaces earlier undated version LIVNP 1997.27.01]

McCarthy, M.R. (1980) ‘Excavations on the city defences, Carlisle’, Trans Cumberland and Westmoreland Antiq and Archaeol Soc, 80, 69-78. [LIVNP 1997.27.2]

DERBYSHIRE (Return to top)

Alvey, R.C. (1978) ‘Appendix II. The Clay Pipes’, in P. Borne, T. Courtney and P. Dixon ‘The Peacock Inn, Chesterfield’, Derbyshire Arch J, 98, 49-52. [LIVNP 1997.28.5]

Davey, P.J. (1997) Clay pipes from excavations at Bolsover Church, unpublished manuscript. [LIVNP 2001.16.02]

Ling, R., and Courtney, T. (1981) ‘Appendix 2. Miscellaneous small finds’, in R. Ling and T. Courtney ‘Excavations at Carsington 1979-80’, Derbyshire Arch J, 101, 76. [LIVNP 1997.28.3]

Wynne, A. (1996) ‘Clay tobacco pipe fragments from Chesterfield’, Derbyshire Arch J, 116, 93-100. [LIVNP 1997.28.4]

DEVON (Return to top)

Hall, T.M. (1890) ‘On Barum tobacco-pipes, and north Devon clays’, Trans Devon Archaeol, 22, 317-323. [LIVNP 1997.29.1]

Higgins, D. (1996) ‘Appendix 4: Clay tobacco pipes’, in ‘Berry Pomeroy Castle’, Proc Devon Archaeol Soc 54, 239-247. [LIVNP 1998.42.01]

Higgins, D.A. (2009) Clay Tobacco Pipes from Excavations in Tudor Street, Exeter, Unpublished report prepared for Exeter Archaeology, August 2009. [LIVNP 2010.09.01]

J.W. (1917) ‘Ancient Devon clay tobacco pipes’, Devon and Cornwall Notes and Queries, 9, 113-115. [LIVNP 1997.29.1]

Oswald, A. (1976) ‘The clay pipes’, in G. J. Fairclough ‘St Andrews Street 1976’, Plymouth Museum and Art Gallery Archaeol Ser, 2, 114-119. [LIVNP 1997.29.8]

Oswald, A. (1984) ‘VII The Clay Pipes’, in J. P. Allan ‘Medieval and Post Medieval finds from Exeter 1971-1980’, Exeter Arch Reports, 3, 279-293. [2 copies held; LIVNP 1997.29.6]

Oswald, A. (1969) ‘Marked clay pipes from Plymouth, Devon’, Post Med Arch, 3, 122-142. [LIVNP 1997.29.8]

Oswald, A. (1980) ‘Tobacco Pipe Collections in Exeter Museum’ in P. Davey (ed) The Archaeology of the Clay Tobacco Pipe. III. Britain: the North and West, BAR British Series 78, 325-336. [LIVNP 2012.06.201]

Preston, A. (1986) ‘Clay pipes’, in C. Gaskell-Brown (ed.) ‘The medieval waterfront: Woolster Street and Castle Street: The finds’, Plymouth Museum and Art Gallery Archaeol Ser, 3, 59-63. [LIVNP 1997.29.8]

Terry, T. (1989) The Barnstaple Clay Tobacco Pipe Factory in the Nineteenth Century, North Devon District Council Rescue Archaeology Unit, 30pp. [LIVNP 1997.29.3]

DORSET (Return to top)

Atkinson, D.R. (1987) ‘The clay pipes’, in D. Crossley ‘Sir William Clavell's glasshouse at Kimmeridge, Dorset: The excavations of 1980-81’, Arch J, 144, 375-376 (340-382). [3 copies held including 2 originals one of which is signed by David Crossley; LIVNP 1997.30.6]

Atkinson, D.R. (1970) ‘Clay tobacco pipes found in Shaftsbury’, Proc Dorset Nat Hist and Archaeol Soc, 91, 206-215. [LIVNP 1997.30.8 and 2012.06.095]

Cooksey, Alfred, J. A., (1974) ‘Tobacco Pipe Makers of Poole’, Somerset and Dorset Notes and Queries, 30, 28-30. [LIVNP 2006.39.120].

Higgins, D.A. (2001) Clay Tobacco Pipes from Excavations at Portland Castle, Dorset, 1999-2001 Unpublished manuscript 10pp (including illustrations). [LIVNP 2009.08.01]

Hunt, A.M. (1977) ‘Clay tobacco pipes from Belle Vue, Weymouth’, Proc Dorset Nat Hist and Archaeol Soc, 99, 130-131. [LIVNP 1997.30.11]

Markell, D.J. (nd) ‘The Clay Tobacco Pipes’, pipes from Poole, Dorset, from untitled publication, 159-175. [LIVNP 1997.30.4]

Markell, D.J. (post 1980) ‘Clay Pipes Located in Shaftesbury 1975-78’ Shaftesbury & District Archaeological Group 1977-1980, 1-4, i-ii. [LIVNP 2006.39.089]

Markell, D.J. (1983) ‘The Clay Tobacco Pipes’ in S. M. Davies ‘Excavations at Christchurch, Dorset 1981 to 1983’ Proc Dorset Nat Hist and Archaeol Soc, 105, 42-43 (21-56). [LIVNP 2006.39.090]

Markell, D.J. (1983) ‘The Clay Tobacco Pipes’ in P. J. Woodward ‘Wimborne Minster, Dorset. – Excavations in the Town Centre 1975-80’ Proc Dorset Nat Hist and Archaeol Soc, 105, 72 (57-74). [LIVNP 2006.39.091]

Watkins, E. (1966) ‘Clay tobacco pipes found in Dorset’, Proc Dorset Nat Hist and Archaeol Soc, 88, 216-233. [2 copies held: LIVNP 1997.30.1. 1 in filing cabinet and 2006.39.61 on bookshelf]

Watkins, E. (1976) ‘Clay tobacco pipes from Bridport Glebe’, Proc Dorset Nat Hist and Archaeol Soc, 97, 63-66. [2 copies held; LIVNP 1997.30.2]

Watkins, Elizabeth, (1982) ‘Clay Tobacco Pipes’ in J Draper and C.Chaplin 'Dorchester Excavations Vol. 1', Proceedings of the Dorset Natural History and Archaeology Society Monograph, 2, 20-23. [Pages of pipe information from a number of sites including Dorchester Prison, Wadham House and Glyde Path Road. LIVNP 2006.39.117].

ESSEX (Return to top)

Anon ‘Small finds’, in ‘The Norman bank of Colchester Castle’, Antiq J, 42, 59. [LIVNP 1997.33.2]

Atkinson D. R. (1990), ‘Clay Pipes’ in David R. Rudling ‘Late Iron Age and Roman Billericay: Excavations 1987’, Essex Archaeology and History, 21, 38 (19-47). [LIVNP 2012.06.123]

Cunningham, C.M. (1983 (for 1982)) ‘The clay pipes’, in P.J. Drury ‘Aspects of the origins and development of Colchester Castle’, Arch J, 139, 380 (302-419). [LIVNP 1997.33.2]

Harley, L.S. (1963) ‘The Clay tobacco-pipe in Britain with special reference to Essex and East Anglia’, Essex Field Club Special Memoirs, 8, 40pp. [LIVNP 1997.33.1]

GLOUCESTERSHIRE (Return to top)

Atkin, S. (nd) ‘Clay tobacco pipes in Gloucester’, Glevensis, 22, 42-46. [LIVNP 1997.36.4]

Peacey, A. (1979) ‘Clay tobacco pipes in Gloucestershire’, Committee for Rescue Archaeology in Avon, Gloucestershire and Somerset, Occasional Paper, 4, 79pp. [LIVNP 1997.36.1]

Peacey, A. (post 1979) Gloucester, Quay Street Pipe Kiln Dump, privately published, 34pp. [LIVNP 2006.39.083]

Walker, Iain C. (1973) ‘Notes on Eight Gloucestershire Pipemakers’, Trans Bristol & Glos Arch Soc, 92, 139-144. [Signed by the author – LIVNP 2012.06.131]

GREATER LONDON (Return to top)

Anon, (1996) ‘Archaeology at Armoury House’, Honourable Artillery Company Journal 73, No. 451. [LIVNP 1997.57.5]

Atkinson, D.R. (1962) ‘Makers' marks on clay tobacco pipes found in London’, Arch Newsletter 7:8, 182-188. [LIVNP 1997.57.1 / 2012.06.055]

Atkinson, D.R. (1965) ‘Makers' marks on clay tobacco pipes found in London. Part 2’, Arch Newsletter 7:11, 249-256. [LIVNP 1997.57.1 / 2012.06.057]

Atkinson, D. R. (1975), ‘Appendix VI: Clay Tobacco Pipes’ in T. W. Courtney, ‘Excavations at the Royal Dockyard, Woolwich 1972-1973 part 2’, Post Medieval Archaeology,9, 94-102 (42-102). [LIVNP 2012.06.126]

Atkinson, D.R. (1977) ‘19th century marked pipes from Maverton Road, Bow, East London’, Trans London and Middx Archaeol Soc 28, 258-268. [LIVNP 1997.57.1]

Atkinson, D., and Oswald, A. (1969) ‘London clay tobacco pipes’, J British Archaeol Assc 3rd Ser 32, 171-227. [LIVNP 1997.57.1 and LIVNP 2008.14.133]

Bowsher, J., and Woollard, P. (2001) ‘Clay tobacco pipes from Greenwich’ J Greenwich Hist Soc, 2:4, 94-108.

Cheminant, R., Le, (1985) ‘The Dick Whittington Pipe’ in P. Davey (ed) The Archaeology of the Clay Tobacco Pipe. IX. More Pipes from the Midlands and Southern England, BAR British Series 146, 401-404. [LIVNP 2012.06.212]

Egan, G. (1996) ‘The London that records fail to show’, British Archaeol, 16 July, 8-9. [LIVNP 1997.57.1]

Hamilton, J.F.A., and Lunn, K. (1984) ‘Three centuries of clay tobacco pipes from London, England’, Research Bull 227, Parks Canada 22pp. [2 copies held: LIVNP 1997.57.1]

Hiller, J., and Keevill, G.D. (1994) ‘Recent archaeological work at the Tower of London’, Trans London and Middlesex Archaeol Soc 45, 147-181. [LIVNP 1998.38.01]

Hilton- Price, F.G. (1900) ‘Notes upon some early clay tobacco pipes, from the sixteenth to the eighteenth centuries found in the city of London, in the possession of the author’, Arch J, 57, 224-240. [LIVNP 1997.57.1]

Jarzembowski, E.A and Jarezembowski, B.E. (1980) ‘Two Thames foreshore deposits in West London’, The London Naturalist 59, 6-7. [LIVNP 1997.57.24]

Jarzembowski, E., and Jarzembowski, B. (1981) ‘Complete Restoration Pipes from London (c. 1660-1680)’ in P. Davey (ed) The Archaeology of the Clay Tobacco Pipe. VI. Pipes and Kilns in the London Region, BAR British Series 97, 79-85. [LIVNP 2012.06.206]

Jebens, D. (1992) ‘Labour of Love’, Thames User, January, 17-19. [LIVNP 1997.57.1]

Laws, A. and Oswald, A. (1981) ‘The Kiln of William Heath, Eighteenth Century Brentford Pipemaker’ in P. Davey (ed) The Archaeology of the Clay Tobacco Pipe. VI. Pipes and Kilns in the London Region, BAR British Series 97, 15-65. [LIVNP 2012.06.204]

Oswald, A. (1978) ‘New light on some 18th century pipemakers of London’, London and Middlesex Archaeol Soc, 346-375. Special Paper No. 2. [LIVNP 1999.45.01]

Oswald, A., and Le Faye, D. (1981) ‘An 18th Century Pipe Group from Bedford square, London WC1’ in P. Davey (ed) The Archaeology of the Clay Tobacco Pipe. VI. Pipes and Kilns in the London Region, BAR British Series 97, 67-78. [LIVNP 2012.06.205]

Tatman, C. (1985) ‘Stamps and Mouldings on Clay Pipes Found in London’ in P. Davey (ed) The Archaeology of the Clay Tobacco Pipe. IX. More Pipes from the Midlands and Southern England, BAR British Series 146, 363-388. [LIVNP 2012.06.211]

Walker, I.C. (1971) ‘Note on a London pipemaker’, Trans London and Middx Archaeol Soc, 23, 214. [LIVNP 1997.57.1]

GREATER MANCHESTER (Return to top)

Arnold, C. J. (1983) ‘The clay tobacco pipes and kiln debris’, in M. Morris The archaeology of Greater Manchester: Vol 1 Medieval Manchester 67-75. [LIVNP 1997.38.3]

Davey, P. J. (1980) ‘Appendix III: Clay pipes from Ordsall Hall, Salford’ in N. J. Higham, ‘Excavations at Ordsall Hall Demesne Farm, 1978-79’ Greater Manchester Archaeological Group, 2, 26-33. [LIVNP 2005.07.01]

Higgins, D.A. (nd) Greater Manchester, working research notes on clay tobacco pipes recorded by the author from Greater Manchester. [LIVNP 2005.06.01]

Maude, K. (1986) ‘Mr. Pollock's pipe factory’, Popular Archaeology July, 11-17. [LIVNP 1999.31.01]

Middleton, P.S. (nd) ‘vi: Clay pipes’, untitled publication, 141. [LIVNP 1997.38.3 & 2005.08.01]

HAMPSHIRE (Return to top)

Arnold, C.J. (1976) ‘The nineteenth century clay tobacco-pipe industry at Portchester, Hants’, Proc Hants Field

Club Archaeol Soc, 31, 43-52. [LIVNP 1997.42.2]

Atkinson, D. R. (1975) ‘The Clay Tobacco-pipes’ in C. Platt and R. Coleman-Smith Excavations in Medieval Southampton 1953-69, Leicester University Press (Vol 2) 343-349. [LIVNP 2006.47.01 / 2012.06.144]

Fox, R. T. (nd) Clay Tobacco Pipes: a guide to identification, based on material from the Portsmouth area. Unknown publication, 10 pages. [LIVNP 1997.42.01]

Fox, R.T., and Hall, R.B. (1979) The Clay Tobacco Pipes of the Portsmouth Harbour Region 1680-1932, privately published, 56pp. [LIVNP 2006.39.082]

HEREFORDSHIRE (Return to top)

Anon, (1931) ‘Herefordshire pipe factories: Pipe Aston’, Trans Woolhope Nat Field Club, 132-133. [LIVNP 1997.43.4.1]

Clarke, A.J. (1970) ‘Clay tobacco pipes from the Castle Green, Hereford’, in P. J. Leach ‘Hereford Castle excavations 1968-69’, Trans Woolhope Nat Field Club, 40, 219-224 (211-224). [2 copies held: LIVNP 1997.43.3.1]

Higgins, D.A. (1996) A preliminary analysis of some pipes from Pipe Aston, Herefordshire, Unpublished manuscript, 11pp. [LIVNP 1997.43.4.2]

Higgins, D.A. (2010a) Clay Tobacco Pipes from Excavations at Aubrey Street, Herefordshire 2010, Unpublished manuscript, 4pp. [LIVNP 2011.01.05]

Higgins, D. A. (2010b) Clay Tobacco Pipes from Excavations at Leintwardine Community Centre, Herefordshire, 2010, Unpublished manuscript, 2pp. [LIVNP 2011.01.04]

Parry, J. (1970) ‘Clay Pipes’, in R. Shoesmith ‘Hereford City excavations 1970’, Trans Woolhope Nat Field Club, 40, 236-237 (225-240). [2 copies held: LIVNP 1997.43.2]

Peacey, A.A., and Shoesmith, R. (1985) ‘Clay Pipes’ in R. Shoesmith ‘Hereford City Excavations Vol. 3: The Finds’ CBA Research Report 56, microfiche M8. A6-A14 and M8. B1-B13. [LIVNP 1997.43.1]

Peacey, A.A. (1996) Pipe Aston Project, unpublished manuscript. Notes prepared for the Society for Clay Pipe Research Conference in Gloucester, 28th Sept 1996. 3pp. [LIVNP 1997.43.4.30. [NB. Two copies present]

Peacey, A.A. (1999) Pipe Aston Project Newsletter, II, 10pp. [LIVNP 2001.02.01]

Peacey, A.A. (2008) Pipe Aston Project Newsletter, XI, 6pp. [LIVNP 2009.07.01]

Walker, I.C. (1972) ‘Note on a Hereford Pipemaker’, Trans Woolhope Nat Field Club, 40, 388-389. [2 copies held: LIVNP 1997.43.1]

HERTFORDSHIRE (Return to top)

Freeman, M., and Lane, D. (1978) ‘The clay tobacco pipes’, in M. Freeman and D. Lane ‘Excavations in Holywell Hill, St Albans 1970’, Hertfordshire Archaeol, 6, 105-110. [LIVNP 1997.44.3]

Sanders, C., and Haverscroft, A.B. (1978) ‘Clay pipes’, in C. Sanders and A. B. Haverscroft ‘Excavations in the city and district of St Albans 1974-76’, Hertfordshire Archaeol, 6, 65-68. [LIVNP 1997.44.3]

HUMBERSIDE (Return to top)

Earnshaw, J.R. (nd) ‘Clay tobacco pipes from Bridlington’, in T. G. Manby (ed.) Archaeology in East Yorkshire: Essays in honour of T C M Brewster, 197-201. [LIVNP 1997.46.2]

Evans, D.H. (1995) ‘The clay pipes’, in D. H. Evans ‘Excavations at the Skipworth Manor, Harbrough, South Humberside’, Post Med Arch, 29, 40-41 (1-60). [LIVNP 1997.46.3]

Place, A.H. (no date) Unpublished manuscript ‘Clay tobacco pipes of Hull’, copied with permission of the Wilberforce House Museum, Hull. [LIVNP 1998.43.01]

Sheppard, T. (1902) ‘Early Hull tobacco pipes and their makers’, Hull Museum Publications, 28pp. [LIVNP 1998.43.01]

Sheppard, T. (1905) ‘Early Hull tobacco pipes’, in Hull Museum Publications 25, 33-34. [LIVNP 1998.43.01]

Sheppard, T. (1912) ‘Early Hull tobacco pipes and their makers’, Hull Museum Publications 6, 39pp. [LIVNP 1997.46.4]

Stothard, M.A. (1983 Artifacts found in the 'Old Town' area of Hull. [2 copies held - LIVNP 1998.43.01]

KENT (Return to top)

Anon, (1967) ‘F: Tobacco pipes’, in Ringold, S.E. ‘Excavations at Dover Castle’, JBAA, 30, 120-121). [LIVNP 2006.39.60]

Anon, (1969) ‘F: Tobacco pipes’, in A.M. Cook, D.C. Mynard, and S. E. Ringold, ‘Excavations at Dover Castle’, JBAA, 32, 101 (54-104). [LIVNP 1997.50.9]

Anon, (1969) ‘Clay Tobacco Pipes’ in D.C. Mynard, ‘A Group of Post-medieval Pottery from Dover Castle’ Post Medieval Archaeol, 3, 45-46 (31-46). [LIVNP 2006.39.078]

Anon, (1990) ‘The clay pipes’, in J. Driver C et al ‘Excavations in the cathedral precincts, 2 Linacre Garden, 'Meister Omers' and St Gabriel's Chapel’, Archaeology of Canterbury, 4, 157-159. [LIVNP 1997.50.2]

Atkinson, D. R. (1975) ‘Clay Tobacco Pipes’ in D. Crossley The Bewl Valley Ironworks, Kent, c.1300-1730, Royal Archaeological Institute Monographs, 56-58. [LIVNP 2012.06.110]

Atkinson, D. R. (1979) ‘Clay Pipes’ in D. W. Crossley ‘A Gun-casting Furnace at Scarlets, Cowden, Kent’, Post-Medieval Archaeology, 13, 247 (239-2490. [LIVNP 2012.06.111]

Atkinson, D. R. (1985) ‘The Clay Tobacco Pipes’ in Jane Geddes ‘The Small Finds’ in J. N Hare Battle Abbey: The Eastern Range and the Excavations of 1978-80, London: Historic Buildings and Monuments Commission for England, 176-177 (147-177). [LIVNP 2012.06.139]

Baker, C. (1979) ‘The clay-pipe makers of Overy Street, Dartford and their products’, Dartford Hist and Antiq Soc Newsletter, 16, 11-17. [LIVNP 1997.50.8]

Cotter, J. (1994) ‘Potters and pipe-makers at Northgate - the Huguenot connection?’, Friends of the Canterbury Archaeological Trust Newsletter, 32, 11-16. [LIVNP 1997.50.1]

Porteus, G.H. (1973) ‘The Old Pipe House’, Dartford Hist and Antiq Soc Newsletter, 10, 25. [LIVNP 1997.50.8]

Tatman, C. (1988) ‘Clay Pipe Moulds from Dartford Museum, Kent’ Clay Pipe Research, 1, 33-42. [LIVNP 2006.39.39]

LANCASHIRE (Return to top)

Bromley, J. (1889) ‘Notes on some recent excavations at Burscough Priory’, Trans Hist Soc Lancashire and Cheshire, 41, 127-146. [LIVNP 1997.53.2]

Chitty, G. (ed.) (1977) ‘M58 Archaeological Survey’, Merseyside Arch Soc and West Lancashire Arch Soc. [LIVNP 1997.53.9]

Coney, A.P. (1978) Clay pipes from the M58 motorway, unpublished manuscript (original plus 1 copy held: LIVNP 1997.53.9]

Coney, A.P. (1980) ‘M58: The interpretation of clay pipe scatters from field walking’, in P. J. Davey(ed.) Archaeology of the Clay Tobacco Pipe III Britain: The North and West, BAR British Series 78, 29-31. [LIVNP 1997.53.9]

Coney, A.P. (1980) ‘Excavation at Croston, Lancashire (SD 490185) Jan/Mar 1977’, West Lancashire Arch Soc (unpublished manuscript) 25-26. [LIVNP 1997.53.5]

Davey, P.J. (1977) ‘A stamped 17th century clay pipe from Wrea Green, near Preston’, Lancashire Archaeol Bull, 3:4, 82-83. [2 copies held; LIVNP 1997.53.11]

Davey, P.J. (1979) ‘A clay pipe bowl from Garstang (SD 499426)’, Lancashire Archaeol Bull, 4:6, 16. [LIVNP 1997.53.7]

Davey, P.J. (1978) ‘17th century clay pipes from Ormskirk’, Contrebis, 6, 37-42. [LIVNP 1997.53.10]

Edwards, B.J.N. (1977) ‘Easington: Finds’, Lancashire Archaeol Bull, 3:4, 91-95. [2 copies held: LIVNP 1997.53.6]

Higgins, D.A. (2002) Lancashire, working research notes on clay tobacco pipes recorded by the author from Lancashire. [LIVNP 2002.01.05]

O'Dwyer, Y., A study of the pipe making industry in South Lancashire and Cheshire, unpublished typescript, Christs College. [2 copies held: LIVNP 1997.53.1]

Penney, S.H. (1976) ‘Irish clay pipes from Lancaster’, Contrebis, 4, 33-35. [2 copies held; LIVNP 1997.53.8 and 2013.02.11]

Southworth, F.C. (1978) ‘Recent acquisitions at the Harris Museum, Preston’, Lancashire Archaeol Bull, 4:3, 17. [LIVNP 1997.53.11]

Spencer, K. (1983) ‘Bursting of the clay pipe bubble’, Burnley Express and News, June 24th. [LIVNP 1997.53.3]

Swift, C. (1978) ‘Clay pipes’, Lancashire Archaeol Bull, 3:6, 125. [LIVNP 1997.53.11]

White, A.J. (1975) ‘Lancaster clay tobacco pipes’, Contrebis, 3:2, 57-68. [3 copies held; LIVNP 1997.53.8 and 2013.02.10]

LEICESTERSHIRE (Return to top)

Green, M. (1984) Clay tobacco pipes and Pipemakers of Leicester, Green, Leicester, 55pp. (Two copies held: LIVNP 1997.54.1 and 2006.39.087]

Higgins, D.A. (1999) ‘The clay tobacco pipes’, in Connor A and Buckley R ‘Roman and medieval occupation in Causeway Lane, Leicester: excavations 1980 and 1991’, Leicester Archaeology Monograph, 5, 215-234. [LIVNP 1999.80.01]

LINCOLNSHIRE (Return to top)

Hallgarth, W.E.R. (1969) ‘The Market Rasen pipemaker’, Lincolnshire Life, 8:12, 32-34. [LIVNP 1997.56.2]

Higgins, D.A. (2002) Lincolnshire, working research notes on clay tobacco pipes recorded by the author from Lincolnshire. [LIVNP 2002.01.01]

Housley, E.G (Ed.) (2000) Recollections of a Clay Pipemaker’s Son circa 1859-1883, Miliquest Publications, Nottingham, 60pp. [LIVNP 2006.39.075]

Mann, J. (1990) ‘Finds from High Street’, Lincoln Archaeology 1989-1990, 2, 12-13. [LIVNP 1997.56.3]

Mann, J.E. (1977) ‘Clay tobacco pipes from excavations in Lincoln 1970-74’, Lincoln Archaeological Trust Monograph Series, 15:1, 60pp. [LIVNP 1997.56.3]

Wells, Peter, (1966) ‘Notes on some clay pipes found in Holland, Lincs’ in Boston and South Lincs. Archaeology Group 1965-66, 19-23 (24). [LIVNP 2012.06.129]

Wells, P. (1972) ‘The Clay Pipe Makers of Boston’ in F. Molyneux, P. Wells and N. R. Wright Aspects of Nineteenth Century Boston and District, History of Boston Series, 8, 13-19 (32). [LIVNP2012.06.130]

MERSEYSIDE (Return to top)

Berry, C.J. (1983) The manufacture of clay tobacco pipes in Rainford: a survey of a defunct industry, 10pp. Un-named publication. [2 copies held: LIVNP 1997.61.19]

Coney, A. (1979) Excavations on the site of a 17th century pipe kiln at Rainford. Interim Report, Dec 1978-Jan 1979, unpublished. [2 copies held: LIVNP 1997.61.19]

Dagnall, R. (1982) ‘Primrose Hill: a search for the site of a 17th century tobacco pipe manufactory from documentary sources’, in Hands and Walker (ed.) The Archaeology of the Clay Tobacco Pipe. VI Rainford clay pipe industry, BAR British Series 100, 145-178. [LIVNP 1997.61.19]

Dagnall, R. (1982) ‘Rookery Farm, Rainford’, in Hands and Walker (ed.) The Archaeology of the Clay Tobacco Pipe. VI Rainford clay pipe industry, BAR British Series 100, 179-188. [LIVNP 1997.61.19]

Dagnall, R. (1990) An Illustrated Guide to the Rainford Clay Pipe Industry: Society for Clay Pipe Research Field Meeting, 23 Sept 1990, privately published, 27pp. [LIVNP 2012.06.059]

Davey, P.J. (1978) ‘Rainford clay tobacco pipes 1650-1750’, Archaeol Survey of Merseyside Report 3, 12pp. [2 copies held: LIVNP 1997.61.19]

Davey, P.J. (1982) ‘Recent research into the Rainford clay pipe industry’, in Hands and Walker (ed.) The Archaeology of the Clay Tobacco Pipe. VI Rainford clay pipe industry, BAR British Series 100, 92-96. [LIVNP 1997.61.19]

Davey, P. J. (1987) ‘Rainford Clay Pipes 1650-1750’ Archaeological Survey of Merseyside, Report 3, 12pp. [LIVNP 2012.06.058]

Davey, P.J., Higgins, D.A., King, A.G., Withersby, J., Coney, A.P., and King, A. (1982) ‘Excavations of the site of a 17th century clay pipe kiln in Rainford, Merseyside’, in Hands and Walker (ed.) The Archaeology of the Clay Tobacco Pipe. VI Rainford clay pipe industry, BAR British Series 100, 189-251. [LIVNP 1997.61.19]

Hollis, M. (1982) ‘Field survey of a tobacco pipe production site at Orretts Nook Farm, Rainford’, in Hands and Walker (ed.) The Archaeology of the Clay Tobacco Pipe. VI Rainford clay pipe industry, BAR British Series 100, 129-144. [LIVNP 1997.61.19]

King, A. (1982) ‘A list of Rainford Pipemakers’, in Hands and Walker (ed.) The Archaeology of the Clay Tobacco Pipe. VI Rainford clay pipe industry, BAR British Series 100, 252-291. [LIVNP 1997.61.19]

Lewis, J, Richardson, H., and Dagnall, R. (1982) ‘A survey of clay pipe production sites in the Rainford area of Merseyside’, in Hands and Walker (ed.) The Archaeology of the Clay Tobacco Pipe. VI Rainford clay pipe industry, BAR British Series 100, 96-128. [LIVNP 1997.61.19]

Pope, F.R. (1982) ‘'Pipemakers and potters' wills and inventories from the Rainford area’, in Hands and Walker (ed.) The Archaeology of the Clay Tobacco Pipe. VI Rainford clay pipe industry, BAR British Series 100, 292-306. [LIVNP 1997.61.19]

NORFOLK (Return to top)

Atkin, M., and Margeson, S. (1985) Life on a Medieval Street, Norwich Survey, 28pp. [LIVNP 2006.39.081]

Atkin, S. (1985a) ‘Clay pipes’, in B. S. Ayres ‘Excavations in the north-east bailey of Norwich castle’, E Anglian Archaeol 28, 47-48. [LIVNP 1997.62.1]

Atkin, S. (1985b) ‘The Clay Pipe-making Industry in Norfolk’ Norfolk Archaeol, 39 (part II) 118-149). [LIVNP 2006.39.085]

Atkin, S. (1988) ‘A Group of Seventeenth Century Marked Clay Pipe Bowls from East Anglia’ Clay Pipe Research, 1, 43-52. [LIVNP 2006.39.39]

Oswald, A. (1979) ‘Identifiable Pipes of the Norwich Makers’ in P. Davey (ed) The Archaeology of the Clay Tobacco Pipe. I. Britain: The Midlands and Eastern England, BAR British Series 63, 353-359. [LIVNP 2012.06.199]

Vaughan-Willams, S., and Davey, P. (1982) ‘Clay pipes’, in J. P. Roberts with M. Atkin ‘St Benedict's Church (Site 157N)’, in ‘Excavations in Norwich 1971-1978, part 1’, E Anglian Archaeol 15, 23 (11-29). [LIVNP 1997.62.1]

Vaughan-Williams, S., and Davey, P. (1982) ‘Clay pipes’, in P. Donaldson and H. Sutermeister with A. Carter ‘The Duke's Palace (site 169N)’, in ‘Excavations in Norwich 1971-1978, part 1’, E Anglian Archaeol 15, 47 (39-56). [LIVNP 1997.62.1]

NORTHAMPTONSHIRE (Return to top)

Moore, W.R.G. (1979) ‘The clay pipes’, in J. H. Williams St Peter's Street Northampton. Excavations 1973-1976, 303-305. [LIVNP 1997.63.2]

Moore. W.R.G. (1980) Northamptonshire Clay Tobacco Pipes and Pipemakers, Northampton Museums and Art Gallery, 34pp. [LIVNP 2012.06.060]

NORTHUMBERLAND (Return to top)

Anon, (1987) ‘The clay pipes’, in D. H. Evans and M. G. Jarrett ‘The deserted medieval village of West Whelpington, Northumberland: third report, part one’, Archaeologia Aeliana 5th Ser, 15, 280-285 (199-308). [LIVNP 1997.64.6]

Anon, (1973) ‘Clay tobacco pipes’, in ‘Excavation and survey on the Starsley Burn’, Archaeologia Aeliana 5th Ser, 1, 171-172. [LIVNP 1997.64.5]

Clay, C. (1977) ‘Clay Pipes’, in G. Jobey ‘Iron age and later farmsteads on Belling Law, Northumberland’, Archaeologia Aeliana 4th Ser 5, 25-26 (1-38). [LIVNP 1997.64.1]

Davey, P.J. (1982) ‘Clay pipe fragments’, in J. R. Hunter ‘Medieval Berwick-on-Tweed’, Archaeologia Aeliana 5th Ser, 10, 91-99 (67-124). [2 copies held; LIVNP 1997.64.2]

Higgins, D. (1985) ‘The clay tobacco pipes’, in ‘An excavation in Holy Island Village, 1977’, Archaeologia Aeliana 5th Ser, 13, 98-101. [LIVNP 1997.64.3]

Parsons, J.E. (1964) ‘Clay tobacco pipes’, in B. Harbottle and P. Salway ‘Excavations at Newminster Abbey, Northumberland 1961-1963’, Archaeologia Aeliana 4th Ser, 42, 166 (85-171). [LIVNP 1997.64.4]

Roberts, J.E. (nd) Tennant's Pipe Factory, Tweedmouth 87-102 (from undated and untitled publication). [LIVNP 1997.64.2]

NOTTINGHAMSHIRE (Return to top)

Alvey, R.C. (1973) ‘Clay pipe makers of Nottingham’, Trans Thoroton Soc, 76, 35-45. [LIVNP 1997.65.1]

Alvey, R.C. (1972) ‘Clay tobacco pipes’, in M. W. Ponsford ‘Nottingham town wall: Park Row excavations 1967’, Trans Thoroton Soc 75, 30 (5-31). [LIVNP 1997.65.4]

Alvey, R.C. (1974) ‘Clay pipes’, in R. C. Alvey, ‘A cesspit excavation at 26-28 High Pavement Nottingham’, Trans Thoroton Soc 77, 70-72 (53-72). [LIVNP 1997.65.3]

Alvey, R.C and Laxton, R.R. (1977) ‘Further analysis of some Nottingham clay pipes’, Science and Archaeology 19, 20-29. [LIVNP 1997.65.1]

Alvey, R.C and Laxton, R.R. (1974 ‘Analysis of some Nottingham clay pipes’, Science and Archaeology 13, 3-12. [LIVNP 1997.65.1]

Alvey, R.C. (1976) ‘Clay pipes’, in G. Fairclough ‘Excavations of two medieval and post-medieval sites at Newark, (1975’, Trans Thoroton Soc 80, 17, 28-30 (1-34). [LIVNP 1997.65.4]

Hammond, P.J. (1985) ‘The clay tobacco-pipe making industry of Newark’, Trans Thoroton Soc 89, 86-107. [LIVNP 1997.65.4]

Higgins, D.A. (2002) Nottinghamshire , working research notes on clay tobacco pipes recorded by the author from Nottinghamshire. [LIVNP 2002.01.02]

Todd, M (1975) ‘Clay pipes’, in M. Todd ‘Excavations on the medieval defences of Newark 1972’, Trans Thoroton Soc 78, 50-51 (27-53). [LIVNP 1997.65.4]

Todd, M. (1977) ‘Clay pipes’, in M. Todd ‘Excavations on the medieval defences of Newark 1976’, Trans Thoroton Soc 81, 51-52 (41-54). [LIVNP 1997.65.4]

OXFORDSHIRE (Return to top)

Higgins, D. A. (2010) Clay Tobacco Pipes from Excavations at the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford 2006, unpublished manuscript, 18pp. [LIVNP 2011.01.01]

SHROPSHIRE (Return to top)

Anon, (1878) ‘Old Broseleys’, The Salopian and West Midland Monthly Illustrated Journal 42, 75-77. [LIVNP 1997.74.3]

Atkinson, D.R. (1975) Tobacco pipes of Broseley Shropshire Hart-Talbot, Saffron Walden, Essex, 92pp. [3 copies held: LIVNP 1997.74.3 and 2006.39.65]

Berlyn, G. (2008) Clay Tobacco Pipe Making and Use in South Shropshire and North Herefordshire in the 17th and 18th Centuries, Ludlow Historical Research Group, Ludlow Research Papers, No. 5, 48pp. [LIVNP 2010.17.01]

Clark, K. (1993) ‘Pipeworks frozen in time’, British Archaeol News, 4. [LIVNP 1997.74.5]

Clark, C., and Alfrey J. (1987) ‘Benthall and Broseley Wood: Nuffield Survey Third Interim Report’, Ironbridge Gorge Museum Research Report 15, 275pp. [LIVNP 1999.04.01]

Higgins, D.A., ‘The clay tobacco pipes’, in J. C. Temple ‘Archaeological excavations and standing buildings survey at 36/37 The Wharfage, Ironbridge’, Trans Shropshire Archaeol Soc 64, 57-62 (47-67). [LIVNP 1997.74.12]

Higgins, D. (1987) ‘Report on the muffle fragments’, in Trueman M (ed.) Archaeology in Ironbridge 1981-5, 9-14. [LIVNP 1997.74.2]

Higgins, D. (1987) ‘Report on the muffle fragments’, in A. Jones, D. Higgins, and M. Trueman ‘11 Benthall Lane’, Ironbridge Archaeological Series 15, 4-5. [LIVNP 1997.74.2]

Higgins, D.A. (1997) ‘Pipemaking in the Broseley Area: A brief introduction’, (Awaiting publication by SCPR). [LIVNP 1997.74.3]

Higgins, D. A. (2001) Trial excavations on the site of a seventeenth-century clay tobacco pipe kiln near Cleobury Mortimer, 2001, privately published. [LIVNP 2001.21.01]

Oswald, A and James, R.E. (1955) ‘Tobacco pipes of Broseley Shropshire Part 2’, Archaeol Newsletter 5:11, 222-225. [3 copies held: LIVNP 1997.74.3]

Oswald, A and James, R.E. (1955) ‘Tobacco pipes of Broseley Shropshire’, Archaeol Newsletter 5:10, 187-190. (4 copies held: LIVNP 1997.74.3]

Thursfield, T.H. (1907) ‘Early Salopian pipes’, Trans Shropshire Archaeol and Nat Hist Soc 3rd Ser 7, 160-165. [2 copies held: LIVNP 1997.74.1]

Vanns, M.A. (1996) ‘Broseley Museum opens at last’, Ironbridge Quarterly 4:1996, 3-4. [LIVNP 1997.74.5]

Wharton, A. (1980) ‘Seventeenth and eighteenth century clay tobacco pipes excavated from Tong Castle, Shropshire’, in Davey, P.J. (ed.) The Archaeology of the Clay Tobacco Pipe III Britain: The North and West BAR British Series, 287-291. [LIVNP 1997.74.17]

SOMERSET (Return to top)

Anon ‘The History of Chard’, Chard History Group 4, 2, 21-22. [LIVNP 1997.75.5]

Anon, (1995) ‘Somerset: Butleigh, ‘Veerings’ (St/52343364’, in Ponsford M and Jackson R (eds.) ‘Post Medieval Britain 1994’, Post Medieval Arch 29, 180. [LIVNP 1997.75.4]

Brown, P. S. and Sneddon, J. M., (1973) ‘Clay Tobacco Pipes from Bath’, Somerset and Dorset Notes and Queries, 29, 294-296. [LIVNP 2006.39.118].

Brown, P. S. and Brown, Dorothy N., (1974) ‘Tobacco Pipe Makers of Bath’, Somerset and Dorset Notes and Queries, 30, 24-28. [LIVNP 2006.39.119].

Higgins, D. A. (1985) ‘Clay Tobacco Pipes from Shepton Mallet, Somerset’ in P. Davey (ed) The Archaeology of the Clay Tobacco Pipe. IX. More Pipes from the Midlands and Southern England, BAR British Series 146, 435-438. [LIVNP 2012.06.213]

Lewcun, Marek, (1994) ‘The Clay Tobacco Pipe Making Industry of Bath’, Bath History, V, 125-146. [LIVNP 2012.06.132]

Minnitt, S. (1988) Clay tobacco pipemakers at Burrowbridge and Ham, Somerset (Unpublished manuscript). [LIVNP 1999.29.01]

Minnitt, S and Peacey, A. A. (1990) Clay tobacco pipe makers at Burrowbridge and Ham, Somerset (unpublished manuscript). [LIVNP 1999.30.01]

Owen, M. B., (1967) ‘Clay Tobacco Pipes from Bath’, Proceedings  of the Somerset Archarological and Natural History Society, III, 51-55. [LIVNP 2006.39.116].

Oswald, A. (1971) ‘Clay pipes’, in P. Rahtz ‘Excavations on Glastonbury Tor, Somerset 1964-6’, Arch J 127, 53-55 (1-81). [LIVNP 1997.75.1]

Oswald, A. (1987) ‘Clay Pipes’ in K. J. Barton and A. Oswald ‘Post-medieval Pottery and Clay Pipes from Cheddar’, Proc Somerset Archaeol Nat Hist Soc, 131,169-170 (163-170). [LIVNP 2012.06.127]

Peacey, A. A. (1989) Nineteenth-century clay tobacco pipe manufacturers at Athelney, Somerset (unpublished manuscript). [LIVNP 1999.28.01]

Pearson, T. (1984) ‘Clay tobacco pipes’, in P. Leach ‘The Archaeology of Taunton’, Western Archaeol Trust Excavation Monograph 8, 145-151. [LIVNP 1997.75.2]

Wilcox, Thelma (1980) ‘Clay Tobacco Pipes’ in R. Wilcox ‘Excavations at Farleigh Hungerford Castle, Somerset, 1973-76’, Proc Somerset Archaeol Nat Hist Soc, 124, 105-107. [Copy has been annotated by David Atkinson – LIVNP 2012.06.128]

STAFFORDSHIRE (Return to top)

Davey, P.J. (1999) ‘ The clay tobacco pipes’, in G. Hughes ‘Excavations within a medieval and post-medieval tenement at Stone, 1993’, Trans Staffs Arch & Hist Soc, 37, 72-79. [LIVNP 1999.87.01]

Higgins, D. (1995) ‘The clay pipes’, in F. Cleverdon ‘Survey and excavation in the Manifold Valley’, Staffordshire Archaeol Studies 5, 11-16. [LIVNP 1997.77.3]

Oswald, A. (1974-1975) ‘Clay pipes from the garden of the Bishop's Palace, Lichfield, Staffs’, Trans South Staffordshire Archaeol Hist Soc 16, 65-66. [2 copies held: LIVNP 1997.77.5]

Sheridan, K.W. (1980) ‘Two groups of clay tobacco pipes from Staffordshire’, in P. J. Davey (ed.) The Archaeology of the Clay Tobacco Pipe III Britain: The North and West BAR British Series 78, 283-285. [LIVNP 1997.77.1]

SUFFOLK (Return to top)

Atkin, S. (1988) ‘A Group of Seventeenth Century Marked Clay Pipe Bowls from East Anglia’ Clay Pipe Research, 1, 43-52. [LIVNP 2006.39.39]

Higgins, D. (2008) ‘Clay Tobacco Pipes’ in J. Meredith et al ‘Excavations at Languard Fort: an investigation of the 17th-century defences’ in Post Med-Arch, 42/2, 258-274 (229-275). [LIVNP 2009.18.01]

SURREY (Return to top)

Higgins, D.,(1981) ‘Surrey Clay Tobacco Pipes’ in P. Davey (ed) The Archaeology of the Clay Tobacco Pipe. VI. Pipes and Kilns in the London Region, BAR British Series 97, 189-293. [LIVNP 2012.06.207]

Higgins, D. A. (1991/1992) ‘The ceramic smoking pipes’, in D. Williams ‘Two sites in Betchworth, 1986: Excavations at Church Barn and in The Street’, Surrey Archaeol Collections, 81, 126-128 (+ micro fiche). [LIVNP 1997.79.2]

Keevill, G.D., and Bell, C. (1998 (for 1996)) ‘The excavations of a trial trench across the moat at Hampton Court Palace’, Trans London and Middlesex Archaeol Soc 47 145-156. [LIVNP 1998.36.01]

Price, P. (1989) ‘19 Albert Embankment SE1 (TQ 305786)’, Surrey Archaeol Bul, 242, 6. [LIVNP 1997.79.1]

SUSSEX (Return to top)

Atkinson, D.R. (1958) ‘Sussex clay tobacco pipes’ Archaeol Newsletter, 6:5, 117-122. [LIVNP 2000.01.144 / 2012.06.051]

Atkinson, D. R. (1964a) ‘Sussex Clay Tobacco Pipes and Pipe Makers’ Sussex Notes and Queries, XVI:3, 73-81. [LIVNP 2012.06.033]

Atkinson, D. R. (1964b) ‘Sussex Clay Tobacco Pipes and Pipe Makers’ Sussex Notes and Queries, XVI:4, 125-126. [LIVNP 2012.06.034]

Atkinson, D. R. (1964c), ‘Pipe Finds From Tortington Priory, Arundel, 1963-4’, Sussex Notes and Queries, XVI:4, 127-128. [LIVNP 2012.06.034]

Atkinson, D. R. (1964d), ‘More Lewes Pipemakers’, Sussex Notes and Queries, XVI:4, 128. [LIVNP 2012.06.034]

Atkinson, D. R. (1964e), ‘Pipes Found at Chailey’, Sussex Notes and Queries, XVI:4, 128. [LIVNP 2012.06.034]

Atkinson, D. R. (1965) ‘Clay Pipes made at Lewes’ Sussex Notes and Queries, XVI:5, 170-172. [LIVNP 2012.06.035]

Atkinson, D. R. (1966) ‘Further notes on Sussex Clay Tobacco Pipes and Pipemakers’ Sussex Notes and Queries, XVI:8, 272-276. [LIVNP 2012.06.037]

Atkinson, D. R. (1967) ‘Further notes on Sussex Clay Tobacco Pipes and Pipemakers’ Sussex Notes and Queries, XVI:9, 312-317. [LIVNP 2012.06.038]

Atkinson, D. R. (1968) ‘Sussex Pipes and Pipemakers’ Sussex Notes and Queries, XVII:1, 11-14. [LIVNP 2012.06.041]

Atkinson, D. R. (1969) ‘Sussex Pipemakers’ Sussex Notes and Queries, XVII:3, 104-105. [LIVNP 2012.06.042]

Atkinson, D. R. (1970) ‘Clay Tobacco Pipemakers of Chichester’ Sussex Notes and Queries, XVII:5, 158-161. [LIVNP 2012.06.044]

Atkinson, D. R. (1972) ‘A New List of Sussex Pipemakers’, Sussex Archaeological Collections, CX, 37-43. [LIVNP 2012.06.021]

Atkinson, D. R. (1975), ‘Clay Tobacco Pipes’ in D. Crossley ‘Canon-manufacture at Pippingford, Sussex: the Excavation of Two Iron Furnaces of c1717’, Post-Medieval Archaeology,9, 23 (1-37). [Signed by David Crossley. Includes a card from David Crossley to David Atkinson regarding the publication of this report (2012.06.118) LIVNP 2012.06.117]

Atkinson, D. R. (1976), ‘The Clay Pipes’ in Owen Bedwin ‘The Excavations of Ardingly Fulling Mill and Forge, 1975-1976’, Post Medieval Archaeology, 10, 52-54 (34-64, plates IV-VIII). [LIVNP 2012.06.122]

Atkinson, D.R. (1977a) Sussex Clay Tobacco Pipes and the Pipemakers privately published, 60pp. [LIVNP 1997.80.1 and 2012.06.096 which has amendments stuck on to the pages]

Atkinson, D. R. (1977b), ‘Clay Pipes’ in K. J. Barton and E. W. Holden, ‘Excavations at Bramber Castle, Sussex, 1966-67’ The Archaeological Journal, 134, 68-69 (11-79). [Signed by Ken Barton, LIVNP 2012.06.119]

Atkinson, D. R. (1993), ‘The Clay Pipe’ in D. Rudling and L. Barber, ‘Excavations at the Phoenix Brewery Site, Hastings, 1988’, Sussex Archaeological Collections,131, 95-6. [LIVNP 2012.06.120]

Candlin, L. N. (1968) ‘Sussex Pipes and Pipemakers’ Sussex Notes and Queries, XVII:2, 61. [LIVNP 2012.06.042]

Jarzembowski, Ed. (?1991) ‘A Brighton Pipemaker’ [from an unknown source, one column of text and a photograph, stuck into the back of the Atkinson book “Sussex Clay Tobacco Pipes and the Pipemakers” LIVNP 2012.06.096]

Norris, N.E.S. (1970) ‘A Victorian Pipe Kiln in Lewes’, Post Medieval Archaeology, 4, 168-170, Plate IX. [Two copies held one complete, but poor quality photocopy – livnp 2012.06.137 - and one original with the kiln diagram missing – LIVNP 2012.06.138]

Rector, W. K. (1962) ‘Pipemakers of Lewes in the 18th and 19th Centuries’ Sussex Notes and Queries, XV:9, 315-317. [LIVNP 2012.06.032]

Stevens, Bentham, F. (1964) ‘Sussex Pipemakers’ Sussex Notes and Queries, XVI:4, 132-133. [LIVNP 2012.06.034]

Walker, Iain C., (1970) ‘A Chichester Tobacco-Pipe Maker’ in ‘Notes and News’, Journal of Post Medieval Archaeology, IV [LIVNP 2006.39.115].

TYNE AND WEAR (Return to top)

Alvey, R.C. (1983) ‘Clay pipes’, in Fairclough G ‘Tynemouth Priory and castle excavation in the outer court 1980’, Archaeologia Aeliana 5th Ser 11, 131-133 (101-133). [LIVNP 1997.82.5]

Edwards, L.J. (1987) ‘The clay tobacco-pipes’, in B. Harbottle and M. Ellison ‘Black Friars Newcastle Upon Tyne, after the dissolution of the monasteries’, Archaeologia Aeliana 5th Ser 15, 105-120 (23-150). [LIVNP 1997.82.3]

Edwards, L. J. (1988) ‘The Parke Family of Gateshead Pipemakers’ Clay Pipe Research, 1, 25-32. [LIVNP 2006.39.39]

Oswald, A. (1981) ‘Clay tobacco-pipes’, in B. Harbottle and M. Ellison ‘An excavation in the castle ditch Newcastle Upon Tyne 1974-76’, Archaeologia Aeliana 5th Ser 9, 170-171 (75-250). [LIVNP 1997.82.2]

Oswald, A. (1983) ‘Clay tobacco-pipes’, in M. Ellison M and B. Harbottle ‘The excavation of a 17th-century bastion in the castle of Newcastle Upon Tyne, 1976-81’, Archaeologia Aeliana 5th Ser 11, 186-195, (135-263). [LIVNP 1997.82.2]

Oswald, A. (1979) ‘Clay tobacco pipes’, in M. Ellison, M. Finch and B. Harbottle ‘The excavations of a 17th-century pit at the Black Gate, Newcastle Upon Tyne 1975’, Post Med Arch 13, 175-177 (153-181). [LIVNP 1997.82.2]

Parsons, J.E. (1977) ‘Clay tobacco pipes’, in ???? ‘Excavation and survey in North Tynedale 1973-1975’, Archaeolgia Aeliana 5th Ser 5, 145-146 (figs page 143). [LIVNP 1997.82.4]

Parsons, J.E. (1968) ‘Clay tobacco-pipes’, in B. Harbottle ‘Excavations at the Carmelite Friary, Newcastle Upon Tyne 1965 and 1967’, Archaeologia Aeliana 4th Ser 46, 218 (163-223). [LIVNP 1997.82.2]

Parsons, J.E. (1977) ‘The finds’, in ???? ‘Excavation and survey in North Tynedale 1973-1975’, Archaeologia Aeliana 5th Ser 5, 135-137. [LIVNP 1997.82.4]

Parsons, J.E. (1967) ‘Clay tobacco pipes’, in B. Harbottle ‘An excavation at the Gunner Tower, Newcastle Upon Tyne’, Archaeologia Aeliana 4th Ser 45, 137 (123-137). [LIVNP 1997.82.2]

Parsons, J.E. (1966) ‘Clay tobacco-pipes’, in B. Harbottle ‘Excavations at the south curtain wall of the castle, Newcastle Upon Tyne 1960-61’, Archaeologia Aeliana 4th Ser 44, 142 (79-145). [LIVNP 1997.82.2]

Sheppard, T. (1912) ‘Early Hull tobacco pipes and their makers’, Hull Museum Publications 6, 39pp. [LIVNP 1997.82.1]

Vaughan, J. (2007) ‘Clay Pipes’ in J. Nolan, and J. Vaughan, ‘Excavations at Oakwellgate, Gateshead, 1999’ Archaeologia Aeliana, 5th Series, 37, 198-214 (125-249). [LIVNP 2009.03.01]

WARWICKSHIRE (Return to top)

Davey, P.J. (1997) Clay pipes from excavations at Bascote, Warwickshire, unpublished manuscript. [LIVNP 2001.16.03]

Davey, P.J. (2008) ‘The Clay Pipes’ in S. Litherland, E. Ramsey and P. Ellis et al ‘The Archaeology of the Severn Trent Southam Area Rationalisation Scheme, Warwickshire’ Transactions of the Birmingham and Warwickshire Archaeol. Soc., 112, 103-105. [LIVNP 2010.02.02]

WEST MIDLANDS (Return to top)

Coghalan, G.A.D., Mulvehill, J.F, Boland, P. et al. (1986) Dudley Castle Archaeological Project: An introduction and summary of excavations 1983-1985, Crown, 53pp. [LIVNP 1997.84.3]

Higgins, D.A. (1996) ‘Clay tobacco pipes’, Trans Worcestershire Archaeol Soc 3rd Ser 15 334-337. (NB. This reference is incomplete. The clay tobacco pipes form part of a larger article on the excavations at Hansons Brewery, Dudley by Catherine Mould of BUFAU). [LIVNP 1997.84.4]

Higgins, D.A. (2010) Clay Tobacco Pipes from Excavations at Connaught Square Rea Street, Birmingham, unpublished report prepared for Birmingham Archaeology January 2010. {LIVNP 2010.08.01]

Mould, C.A., and Ratkai, S. (1994) ‘The former Hanson's Brewery Site, High Street, Dudley, West Midlands: an archaeological excavation 1994’, Birmingham University Field Archaeology Unit Report 329, 8pp. [LIVNP 1997.84.4]

Oswald, A. (1977) 'Clay Pipes' in Stuart and Susan Wrathmell 'Excavations on the Moat Site, Walsall, 1975', Trans S Staffordshire Archaeol Hist Soc, 18, 43-45 (29-45). [Signed by the author – LIVNP 2012.06.125]

Oswald, A. (1979) ‘The Clay Pipes’ in ‘Artifacts Found in the Moat of West Bromwich Manor-House’, Trans S Staffordshire Archaeol Hist Soc, 20, 38-40. [Signed by the author - LIVNP 2012.06.124]

YORKSHIRE (Return to top)

N. YORKS (Return to top)

Anon (?1989) ‘Nun Appleton House, North Yorkshire’, West Yorks Archaeol Services. [LIVNP 1997.66.2]

Anon ‘Clay pipes’, in ‘Excavations at S corner tower, Roman fortress, York’, Yorks Arch J ?3, 523-525. [LIVNP 1997.66.10]

Andrews, J. (1988) ‘The Eighteenth Century Pipemakers of York’ Clay Pipe Research, 1, 87-94. [LIVNP 2006.39.39]

Davey, P. J. (1990) The clay pipes from Nun Appleton House, North Yorkshire (NAH 88 & 89) unpublished report for West Yorkshire Archaeology Service. [LIVNP 1997.66.2]

Davey, P. J. (1992) Clay pipes from excavations in Orchard Field, Skelton, North Yorkshire unpublished manuscript. [LIVNP 1997.66.5]

Davey, P. J. (1992) Clay pipes from excavations at the Village Green, Skelton, North Yorkshire unpublished manuscript. [LIVNP 1997.66.5]

Hammond, P. (2002) ‘Clay Tobacco Pipes in Whitby Museum’ Whitby Literary and Philosophical Society Annual Report, 39-41. [LIVNP 1997.66.8.2]

O'Neil, B. H. St J. (1961) ‘A note on clay pipes from Hungate, York’, Yorks Arch J 40, 378-381. [LIVNP 1997.66.10]

White, S. D. (2001a) Clay tobacco pipes from excavations at Malton, North Yorkshire, unpublished manuscript for West Yorkshire Archaeological Services. [LIVNP 2002.07.01]

White, S. D. (2001b) Clay tobacco pipes from the excavations at Scarborough Castle unpublished manuscript prepared for English Heritage. [LIVNP 2002.04.01]

S. YORKS (Return to top)

Anon, (1995) The Wood Hall Moated Manor project - 1000 years of country life in Yorkshire. [LIVNP 1998.39.01]

Andrews, J.E. (1993) The Doncaster clay tobacco pipemakers and the Doncaster museum clay tobacco pipe collection, unpublished manuscript. [LIVNP 1998.37.01]

Higgins, D.A. (1995) ‘Clay tobacco pipes’, in D. Crossley ‘The blast furnace at Rockley, South Yorkshire’, Arch J 152, 418-420 (381-421). [LIVNP 1997.76.4]

White, S.D. (1999) Clay tobacco pipes from excavations at Sovereign Street, Leeds, unpublished manuscript. [LIVNP 1999.86.01]

White, S. D. (2002) Clay tobacco pipes from excavations at the Riverside Exchange, Sheffield 1999-2001, unpublished manuscript prepared for ARCUS. [LIVNP 2002.06.01]

White, S.D. (forthcoming) The clay tobacco pipes from Wood Hall moated manor, prepared for the Wood Hall Archaeological Trust. [LIVNP 2002.05.01]

W. YORKS (Return to top)

Atkin, S. (1985) ‘Clay pipes’, East Anglian Archaeol 28, 47-48. (NB with is part of a larger article, the title and author of which are unknown). [LIVNP 1997.88.8]

Brears, P.C.D. (1971) ‘Appendix 3: clay pipes’, in Barlett K S ‘Excavation at Potovens near Wakefield’, Post Med Arch 5, 31, 33 (1-34). (Two copies held: LIVNP 1997.88.7 and 2006.39.076]

Brears, P.C.D. (1978) ‘pipes’, in Brears, P.C.D ‘Clarke Hall, Wakefield: architectural innovations in 17th Century, West Yorkshire’, Post Med Arch 12, 97, 99 (86-100). [LIVNP 1997.88.9]

Brears, P.C.D. (1967) ‘Appendix 3: Clay pipe making’, in Brears P D C ‘Excavations at Potovens, near Wakefield’, Post Med Arch 1, 40-43 (3-43). (Two copies held: LIVNP 1997.88.7 and 2006.39.077]

Brook, H. (1989) ‘Joseph Dodson of Birstall - tobacco pipe maker’, Old West Riding 9, 3-6. [LIVNP 1997.88.11]

Davey, P.J. (1992) ‘Clay tobacco pipes’, in Moorhouse S and Roberts I ‘Wrenthorpe Potteries: excavations of 16th and 17th-century potting tenements near Wakefield, 1983-86’, Yorks Arch 2, 150-160. [LIVNP 1997.88.10]

Davey, P. J., and White, S. D. (2002) ‘The clay tobacco pipes’ in I Roberts (et al) ‘Pontefract Castle: archaeological excavations 1982-86’, Yorkshire Archaeology, 8, West Yorkshire Archaeological Services, 226-249. [LIVNP 2002.11.01]

White, S. D., and Davey, P. J. (2000) Eighteenth and nineteenth century clay tobacco pipes from Pontefract Castle, unpublished manuscript for West Yorkshire Archaeological Services. [LIVNP 2002.03.01]

White, S. D. (2001) Clay tobacco pipes from excavations at Old Hall Farm, Pontefract, 1996, unpublished manuscript for West Yorkshire Archaeological Services. [LIVNP 2002.09.01]

White, S. D. (2002) Clay tobacco pipes from excavations at Spink Lane, Pontefract, 2001, Unpublished manuscript for West Yorkshire Archaeological Services. [LIVNP 2002.08.01]

WILTSHIRE (Return to top)

Anon, (1991) ‘Excavations and Fieldwork in Wiltshire 1989; Marlborough, behind 108-9 High Street (SU 1868)’, Wiltshire Archaeol and Nat Hist Magazine, 84, 144 (141-145). [Ref. to stamped pipes found; LIVNP 2012.06.12]

Anon, (1992) ‘Excavations and Fieldwork in Wiltshire 1990: Wootton Bassett, Priory Cottage (SU 065825)’, Wiltshire Archaeol and Nat Hist Magazine, 85, 162 (156-162). [Ref. to clay pipes found; LIVNP 2012.06.13]

Anon, (1993) ‘Excavations and Fieldwork in Wiltshire 1991: Downton, Tannery House (SU 18082142)’, Wiltshire Archaeol and Nat Hist Magazine, 86, 160 (158-164). [Ref. to clay pipes found; LIVNP 2012.06.14]

Anon, (1995) ‘Excavations and Fieldwork in Wiltshire 1993: Westbury, Bitham Park (ST 876518)’, Wiltshire Archaeol and Nat Hist Magazine, 88, 153 (147-154). [Ref. to clay pipes found; LIVNP 2012.06.16]

Anon, (2003) ‘Excavations and Fieldwork in Wiltshire 2001: Urchfont, Oakfrith Wood (SU 02805651)’, Wiltshire Archaeol and Nat Hist Magazine, 96, 236 (229-237). [Ref. to clay pipe fragment found; LIVNP 2012.06.24]

Anon, (2005) ‘Excavations and Fieldwork in Wiltshire 2003: Salisbury, Downton Road (SU 14920 28290)’, Wiltshire Archaeol and Nat Hist Magazine, 98, 353 (349-356). [Ref. to clay pipe fragments found; LIVNP 2012.06.25]

Anon, (2006) ‘Excavations and Fieldwork in Wiltshire 2004: Land Adjacent to the Jolly Miller, Quermer Ford (SU400900 169759)’, Wiltshire Archaeol and Nat Hist Magazine, 99, 264 (264-270). [Ref. to clay pipe fragments found; LIVNP 2012.06.26]

Atkinson, D. R. (1965) ‘Clay tobacco pipes and pipemakers of Marlborough’, Wiltshire Archaeol and Nat Hist Magazine 60, 85-95. [LIVNP 1997.89.2, LIVNP 2012.03.013, LIVNP 2012.06.01]

Atkinson, D. R. (1970) ‘Clay tobacco pipes and pipemakers of Salisbury, Wiltshire’, Wiltshire Archaeol and Nat Hist Magazine 65, 177-188. [LIVNP 1997.89.3 and LIVNP 2012.03.012]

Atkinson, D. R. (1972) ‘Further notes on Clay Tobacco Pipes and Pipemakers from the Marlborough and Salisbury Districts’, Wiltshire Archaeol and Nat Hist Magazine, 67, 149-156. [LIVNP 2012.06.099]

Atkinson, D. R. (1980a) ‘More Wiltshire Clay Tobacco Pipe Varieties’, Wiltshire Archaeol and Nat Hist Magazine, 72/73, 67-74. [LIVNP 2012.06.02]

Atkinson, D. R. (1980b) ‘More Wiltshire Clay Tobacco Pipe Varieties’ in P. Davey (ed) The Archaeology of the Clay Tobacco Pipe. III. Britain: the North and West, BAR British Series 78, 293-304. [LIVNP 2012.06.200]

Currie, Christopher, K. (1993) ‘Clay Pipe’ in ‘Excavations at the Postern Mill Site, Malmesbury, 1986-87’, Wiltshire Archaeol and Nat Hist Magazine, 86, 71-72 (58-74). [LIVNP 2012.06.14]

Currie, C. K and Rushton, N. S. (2005) ‘An Archaeological Excavation at the rear of 36 Milford Street / 34 Gigant Street, Salisbury’, Wiltshire Archaeol and Nat Hist Magazine, 98, 213-235. [Ref. to clay pipes found on page 232; LIVNO 2012.06.25]

Field, David, Brown, Graham and Crockett, Andrew, (2001) ‘The Marlborough Mount Revisited’, Wiltshire Archaeol and Nat Hist Magazine, 94, 196 (195-204). [Ref. to a spur and clay pipe, both 17th century, found; LIVNP 2012.06.22]

Fowler, P. J, and Walters, B. (1981) ‘Archaeology and the M4 Motorway, 1969-71’, Wiltshire Archaeol and Nat Hist Magazine, 74/75, 90 (69-132). [Ref. to marked pipes stems c1650-1736; LIVNP 2012.06.03]

Laughlin, Bronwen, (1993) ‘Clay Pipes’ in Miles Russell ‘Excavations at New Park Street, Devizes, 1990’, Wiltshire Archaeol and Nat Hist Magazine, 86, 98-100 (88-101). [LIVNP 2012.06.14]

Loader, Emma, (2000) ‘The Clay Pipe’ in Mike Rawlings ‘Excavations at Ivy Street and Brown Street, Salisbury, 1994’, Wiltshire Archaeol and Nat Hist Magazine, 93, 38 (20-62). [LIVNP 2012.06.21]

MacDonald, A. H. (1938) ‘Clay tobacco pipes found at Marlborough’, Marlborough College Nat Hist Soc, 137-141. [LIVNP 2000.01.143]

McGlashan, Neil, D. (2008) ‘In Search of the Bishoops of Salisbury’s Manor in Potterne’, Wiltshire Archaeol and Nat Hist Magazine, 101, 141-148. [Ref. to a near complete pipe possibly belonging to George Hartshorne c1660-1680 on page 145; LIVNP 2012.06.28]

Norgate, Martin, (1983a) ‘Buckland et al., Pipemakers in Melksham’, Wiltshire Archaeol and Nat Hist Magazine, 78, 125-127. [LIVNP 2012.06.06]

Norgate, Martin, (1983b) ‘Edward and James Fox, Pipemakers of Trowbridge’, Wiltshire Archaeol and Nat Hist Magazine, 78, 128-129. [LIVNP 2012.06.06]

Norgate, Martin, (1984) ‘George Howell, Pipemaker of Warminster’, Wiltshire Archaeol and Nat Hist Magazine, 79, 243. [LIVNP 2012.06.07]

Philips, B. (1981) ‘The Clay Pipes’ in P. J. Fowler and B. Walters ‘Archaeology and the M4 Motorway, 1969-71’, Wiltshire Archaeol and Nat Hist Magazine, 74/75, 79-82 (69-132). [LIVNP 2012.06.03]

Valentin, John, and Robinson, Stephen, (2002) ‘Excavations in 1999 on Land Adjacent to Wayside Farm, Nursteed Road, Devizes’, Wiltshire Archaeol and Nat Hist Magazine, 95, 161 (147-213). [Ref. to four clay pipe fragements found; LIVNP 2012.06.23]

Walker, Iain C. (1972) ‘Note on a Wiltshire Pipemaker’ Wiltshire Archaeol and Nat Hist Magazine, 67. [No page number given; LIVNP 2012.06.098]

Young, Donna, E. Y. (2008) ‘Evidence of 17th Century Brick-making at Highworth, Wiltshire’, Wiltshire Archaeol and Nat Hist Magazine, 101, 176-192. [Ref. to three pipe stems and a complete bowl c1670-1700 on page 186; LIVNP 2012.06.28]

CHANNEL ISLANDS(Guernsey and Jersey) (Return to top)

Atkinson, D. R. (1984) ‘The Clay Tobacco Pipes’ in K. J. Barton ‘Excavations in the Middle Ward Mont Orgueil, Gorey, Jersey’, The Archaeological Journal, 141, microfiche M1/14-18 (216-242). [LIVNP 2012.06.142]

David, N.A. (2003) ‘The Clay Tobacco Pipes from Excavations at Castle Cornet, Guernsey 1981-1988’ in B. J. Barton, (Nigel Jee ed.) ‘The Archaeology of Castle Cornet, St Peter Port, Guernsey’ Guernsey Museum Monograph, 7, 231-278. [LIVNP 2006.39.093]

ENGLAND (General) (Return to top)

North East (Return to top)

Jarrett, Michael, G., (1960) ‘Makers of Clay Pipes Recorded in North Eastern England’, Archaeologia Aeliana, 38, 238-239. [LIVNP 2006.39.121].

Jarrett, M.C. (1964) ‘Makers of clay pipes recorded in north-eastern England, II’, Archaeologia Aeliana 4th Ser 42, 255-260. [LIVNP 1997.67.1]

Parsons, J.E. (1964) ‘The archaeology of the clay tobacco-pipe in North East England’, Archaeologia Aeliana 4th Ser 42, 231-254. [LIVNP 1997.67.1]

West Country (Return to top)

Atkinson, D. R. (1986) ‘English West Country Pipes of ca. 1680-1730’ Historic Clay Tobacco Pipe Studies, 3, 111-123. [LIVNP 2012.06.088]

NORTHERN IRELAND (Return to top)

Anon, (1914) ‘Objects connected with tobacco smoking, etc.,’ Quarterly Notes, 26, Belfast Museum, 1-12. [LIVNP 2005.12.01]

SCOTLAND (Return to top)

Gallagher, D.B., and Harrison, J. (1995) ‘Tobacco pipemakers in 17th-century Stirling’ Proc Soc Antiq Scot, 125, 1131-1142. [LIVNP 2005.13.01]

Jack, R. Ian, (1986) ‘Clay Tobacco Pipes Exported from Scotland to Australia in the Nineteenth Century: Some Preliminary Observations’ Historic Clay Tobacco Pipe Studies, 3, 124-134. [LIVNP 2012.06.088]

Grampian (Return to top)

Davey, P.J. (1982) ‘The clay pipes’, in J.C. Murray (ed.) ‘Excavations in the medieval burgh of Aberdeen 1973-81’, Soc Antiq Scotland Monograph Ser 2, 216-223. [LIVNP 1997.37.2]

Lothian (Return to top)

Davey, P.J. (2000) ‘Clay pipes’ in D. R. Perry (ed.) ‘Castle park, Dunbar: two thousand years on a fortified headland’ Soc Antiq Monograph Ser, 16, 171-178. [LIVNP 2001.16.01]

Gallagher, D. B., and Sharp, A., (1986) Pypis of Tabaca: Edinburgh Tobacco Pipemakers and their Pipes, City of Edinburgh District Council Museums and Art Galleries, 44pp. [LIVNP 2016.11.01 – digital copy only].

Harman, M. (1987) ‘Notice of two clay pipes from an Edinburgh firm’, Proc Soc Antiq Scotland 117, 356-358. [LIVNP 1997.59.2]

Laing, L.R. (1968) ‘Excavations at Linlithgow Palace, West Lothian, 1966-67’, Proc Soc Antiq Scotland 99, 111-147. [LIVNP 1997.59.4]

Lawson, G. (1976) ‘The clay tobacco-pipes’, in J. Schofield ‘Excavations south of Edinburgh High Street, 1973-4’, Proc Soc Antiq Scotland 107, 217-228 (155-241). [2 copies held: LIVNP 1997.59.2]

Orkney Isles (Return to top)

Caldwell, D. (1982) ‘Clay pipes’, in McGavin ‘Excavations in Kirkwall, 1978’, Proc Soc Antiq of Scotland 112 422-426. [LIVNP 1997.69.1]

Shetland (Return to top)

Hall, D., and Lindsay, W.J. (1983) ‘Excavations at Scalloway Castle 1979 and 1980’, Proc Soc Antiq of Scotland 113, 554-593. [LIVNP 1997.73.1]

Strathclyde (Return to top)

Hume, J.R. (1974) Note on clay pipe making in Industrial Archaeology of Glasgow, Blackie, 54-55. [LIVNP 1997.78.2]

Walker, I.C and Walker, L. De S. (1969) ‘McDougall's clay pipe factory, Glasgow’, Industrial Archaeology 6:2, 132-146. [LIVNP 1997.78.5]

WALES (Return to top)

Bentley, J., Davey, P.J., and Harrison, H.M. (1980) ‘An early clay pipe industry in north Wales’, The Archaeology of the Clay Tobacco Pipe III BAR British Series, 273-282. [LIVNP 1997.68.1]

Clwyd (Return to top)

Anon, (1987) Clwyd Historian, 19, 5pp. [LIVNP 1997.24.4]

Bentley, J., Davey, P.J., and Harrison, H.M. (1979) ‘Buckley clay tobacco pipes’, Buckley, 5, 15-22. [2 copies held; LIVNP 1997.24.4]

Cropper, T. (1906) ‘Early tobacco clay pipe making at Buckley’, Cheshire Sheaf, May, 43-44. [2 copies held; LIVNP 1997.24.4]

Hayes, A. (1964) ‘Pipes and pottery’, Cheshire Sheaf, 20, 57-60. [2 copies held; LIVNP 1997.24.4 and LIVNP 1997.24.7]

Higgins, D.A. (2006) ‘A possible seventeenth century pipe kiln site from Buckley, Clwyd’ Manuscript of text and illustration published in the Society for Clay Pipe Research Newsletter, 70, Spring/Summer 2006. [LIVNP 2006.09.01]

Markell, D. (1975-76) ‘The clay pipes from Pentre farm’, in T. J. O'Leary and P. J. Davey ‘Excavations at Pentre Farm, 1976-7’, Trans Flintshire Hist Soc, 27, 144-145. [2 copies held; LIVNP 1997.24.6]

Dyfed (Return to top)

Anon, (1994) ‘Clay tobacco pipes from sites in Carmarthen’, Medieval and Later Pottery in Wales, 14, 63-108. [LIVNP 1997.32.1]

Glamorgan (Return to top)

Anon, (1991) ‘The Nantgarw Pottery: A monument management plan’, Glamorgan and Gwent Archaeological Trust, 25pp. [LIVNP 1997.35.1]

Multi Author (1983) Half-Yearly Review of the Glamorgan-Gwent Archaeological Trust Ltd October 1983. [LIVNP 2006.39.67]

Multi Author (1988) Annual Review of the Glamorgan-Gwent Archaeological Trust Ltd 1987-1988. [LIVNP 2006.39.68]

Multi Author (1999) Annual Review of the Glamorgan-Gwent Archaeological Trust Ltd 1998-1999. [LIVNP 2006.39.69]

Multi Author (2000) Annual Review of the Glamorgan-Gwent Archaeological Trust Ltd 1999-2000. [LIVNP 2006.39.70]

Multi Author (2001) Annual Review of the Glamorgan-Gwent Archaeological Trust Ltd 2000-2001. [LIVNP 2006.39.71]

Multi Author (2004) Annual Review of the Glamorgan-Gwent Archaeological Trust Ltd 2003-2004. [LIVNP 2006.39.72]

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Gwent (Return to top)

Anon, (1995) ‘Gwent: Caerleon, the roman legionary museum and garden site’, in Ponsford M and Jackson R ‘Post medieval Britain in 1994’, Post Med Archaeol, 29, 180. [LIVNP 1997.40.1]

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Mid Glamorgan (Return to top)

Higgins, D.A. (1995) ‘Clay tobacco pipes’, in K. Murphy and R. Ramsey ‘The dismantling of kiln II: Nantgarw china and pottery works, Mid Glamorgan’, Dyfed Archaeological Trust Ltd, 6-16. [LIVNP 1997.68.1]

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