||The Victoria history of the county of Huntingdon
||St. Catherine Press
|Number of Volumes
|Proby, Granville, and William Page. The Victoria history of the county of Huntingdon. (London: St. Catherine Press, 1926-1936).|
Volume 1. A part-volume describing the religious houses of the county, including Ramsey Abbey, and the seventeenth century community at Little Gidding.
Volume 2. Covers the parishes of Hurstingstone and Toseland hundreds, in the east and south of the county. Includes accounts of the towns of Huntingdon, St Ives and St Neots.
Volume 3. Covers the two hundreds of Leightonstone and Norman Cross. It also includes an account of the middle level of the Fens and their drainage, as well as corrigenda for the whole Huntingdonshire series.
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