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- Original source material relating to Cirencester, and other parishes in Diocese of Gloucester may be found at the Gloucestershire Archives.
- "Taming the Phoenix, Cirencester & The Quakers 1642-1686", a history of Quakers in Cirencester, by Brian Hawkins, published by William Sessions, York, 1998. ISBN 1 85072 205 6.
Brian has also published another book "Quakers in Cirencester, The First Fifty Years" which is a source book rather than a history. No bound copies are available, but he has deposited copies with some libraries, and the Gloucestershire Archives. This book is ideal for family historians as it has a list of names of Friends between 1655 and 1705. [Information supplied by Rob Wilson]
- Inscriptions on the Cirencester War Memorials, recorded by John I. Jones. Lists those in the Memorial Hospital and Parish Church - previously separate webpages, combined into one page 20 May 2007.
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