Here I’ve listed the main sources I’ve used so far. This list will expand algonside the website, but meanwhile there are short lists under each article.

Books

General History

  • Aughton, P., 1993, Liverpool: A People’s History, Carnegie Publishing, Preston.
  • Belchem, J., (ed), 2006, Liverpool 800: Culture, Character & History, Liverpool University Press, Liverpool.
  • Farrer, W., & Brownbill, J., 1907, The Victoria History of the County of Lancaster, vol. iii, Archibald Constable, London.
  • Picton, J.A., 1875a, Memorials of Liverpool, Historial and Topographical, including the history of the dock estate, vol. i: historical, G.G. Walmsley, Liverpool.
  • Picton, J.A., 1875b, Memorials of Liverpool, Historial and Topographical, including the history of the dock estate, vol. ii: topographical, G.G. Walmsley, Liverpool.

Archaeology

  • Barrowclough, D., Brennand, M., Chitty, G., Clare, T., Edwards, B., Lewis, J., Longworth, C., Lund, J., McNeil, R., Newman, R., Philpott, R., Quartermaine, J., & Woodcock, S., 2004, North West Archaeological Resource Framework, Museum of Liverpool Field Archaeology Section.
  • Cowell, R.W., & Philpott, R.A., 2000, Prehistoric, Romano-British and Medieval Settlement in Lowland North West England: Archaeological excavations along the A5300 road corridor in Merseyside, NMGM, Liverpool.

Websites

One comment

  1. Robert Moloney says:

    I see in the 1901 census my relative lived at 5 Walmsley St, I can see it on Google maps, railway arches, industrial area. Would love to see a picture of it in 1901.

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