The Society and its members have published a number of works. Most can be purchased at our monthly meetings, or from the Three River Museum.
Croxley Green in the First World War by Brian Thomson.
A Village Boyhood in Croxley Green by Frank Paddick.
Passing Through – the Grand Junction Canal in west Hertfordshire, 1791 to 1841, by Fabian Hiscock. Published by Hertfordshire Publications (University of Hertfordshire), £16.99 (also at local Waterstones branches)
Rickmansworth Park, Hertfordshire by Adrienne Jacques
Loudwater, Rickmansworth, Hertfordshire by Adrienne Jacques
Thoughts on Old Ricky by Florence Samuels (nee Knight)
Croxley Great Barn
Fullerians by P.F.V. Waters
Game, Set and Match. The History of Rickmansworth Lawn Tennis Club, 1921 – 2008 by Noel Kent and Alan Jamieson
Moor Park and the Battle of Arnhem, 1944 by Alan Jamieson
Rickmansworth Baptist Church by Rev. A.J.D. Farrer BA and Mr J. Compton
Rickmansworth Players Recollections
The First 21 Years : Three Rivers Museum of Local History 1988 – 2009 by Alan Jamieson
Copies of Rickmansworth Historian Nos 1-30 are held in the local libraries and in the Museum. Of particular note:
Rickmansworth Historian No 40 – the 40th Anniversary number, May 1994. It contains articles on: Godfrey Cornwall, a brief biography; Lords of the Manors [of the Rickmansworth area]; The old and new Market Halls and the Town Hall; Maintained by the Lord of the Manor – what were his rights, privileges and duties?; Gravel Digging in Long Valley Woods; The Manor of Croxley – Croxley Hall Farm and the Tithe Barn; From Vestry to Three Rivers, a summary of local government from 1598 to 1974.
Rickmansworth Historian No 50
To Celebrate the Golden Jubilee of the Society, 1954 – 2004. It contains a reprint of the First Editorial, by Allan Leach; The Parsonage or Rectory Farm (a very comprehensive history of an important local estate, by the late President and archivist of the Society, Wilf Broughton); and The Beginnings of the Society, an edited version of the Rickmansworth Week talk by Geoff Saul.
Rickmansworth Historical Society Newsletters No. 1 to No. 100
For details of articles in these newsletters see “Index to Newsletters”.