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Kingston - A South Hams Village (reprinted 2018) (A4)
Kingston Remembered (reprinted 2018) (A4) £6.00
Kingston Remembered (short version printed in 1987) (A5 landscape) £2.00 - a few remaining
Memories of the Second World War 1939-45 (A4) £6.50
Kingston Local History Society members and their relations have contributed to this publication by sharing their memories of the Second World War. It is a collection of random stories, anecdotes, photos and documents. One or two come from personal experience.
Back- along with Viv Freeman - available in the Dolphin Pub (A5) £1.50
DVD - Preserving Kingston's Past £5.00
The DVD contains nine short films and interviews with residents
Early Kingston, by Mary Petter (A5) £2.00
contains the following:
Two Hundred Years Ago - a fascinating attempt to discover what life was like in Kingston in 1787.
Kingston Defended - the preparations made against invasion in the reign of Queen Elizabeth I.
A Charter of King Aethelwulf - which refers back to the year 846.
The Church of St James the Less, Kingston (A5) £1.00
Kingston Church Bells (A5) £0.50
(some of these brochures are available in the Church)
The following publications are available online using the links below:
Inscriptions on Headstones of St James the Less Church by William Scarrat
William King - Master Mariner by William Scarratt
An account of the life of a master mariner of humble origins in sail and steam
The Brig "Okenbury" by William Scarratt
An account of the brig Okenbury, of 247 tons burden, built in Salcombe in 1869, broken up in Victoria, Australia in 1931