Book List

Apologies that this is not complete and not in any particular order.  If you would like some suggestions of book to read about the area, please contact me directly via camberleyhistorian@outlook.com

To buy Ken’s books,  please see: http://www.kenclarkebooks.co.uk/eshop.php?view=productListPage&category=1

Some of the others are available at Surrey Heath Museum and the Heritage Gallery or via Amazon/eBay/Abebooks.

Ken Clarke: Time Gentlemen Please

Ken Clarke: Camberley in old picture postcards volume 1 and volume 2

Ken Clarke: New Mosque or Old School

Mary Bennett: Frimley’s Church of England Schools

Mary Bennett: Faith in Frimley

Mary Bennett: Camberley A History

Maureen Rose Rendell: The history of the manor of Frimley

Graham Barson: Camberley & Yorktown between the wars

Phil Stevens: Education – its development in Surrey Heath

Gordon Wellard: The Story of Camberley 1798-1992

 

2 thoughts on “Book List

  1. Hi there. I’m researching my family history which centres around Camberley. I’m trying to find where Bath Place and Bridge Cottages were on the London Rd in Yorktown area. From the 1891 census they were living near the Lamb and in the 1991 near the Globe Inn. Also the picture you have of Yorktown school may well have my father in it. He would have been there from 1914 to abt 1924. His family name was Preston, his father George worked for Overs and his father Charles (born 1854) was in furnishing and may well have worked for Overs too. Have you any knowledge of, or know where I can find out about, properties in the Yorktown end of Camberley
    Best wishes
    Robert Preston
    PS. My mother, Enid Cotterell and born in Crowthorne, was an apprentice to Wellards in the High St in about 1924. She then went on to work in London.

    • Hello Robert, I suggest that you contact Surrey Heath Museum in the first instance to find out how they can help you. You might also like to look at the publications of the Surrey Heath History Club which the museum sells. Local historian Ken Clarke has written at length about the pubs. Good hunting!

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