Acknowledgements & References

Sergeants’ Mess

My thanks go to farmers Margaret and Stephen Lee, whose generous support and assistance have made this project possible.
Additional thanks go to David Bromwich of the Somerset Studies Library, the staff of the Somerset Heritage Centre, Tanya James and the Neroche Scheme, Louise Burston, Mike Dutton, Professor Richard Holmes, Andrew Lee and Gill Martin.

Fieldwork/Location: the first map extract in the slide show is reproduced courtesy of the Somerset Heritage Centre. Reference DD\DP/99. The following two map extracts are reproduced with permission of Ordnance Survey 1:50.000 Sheet 193. Crown Copyright 2003.

Fieldwork/Sand: extract from the Geological Survey of great Britain, Sheet 311, reproduced with permission of Ordnance Survey. Crown copyright 1976.

At Camp/Camp Layout: extracts from the Ordnance Survey, 1st edition 25-inch map of 1889, Sheet 79. Crown Copyright. Reproduced courtesy of the Somerset Heritage Centre.

At Camp/Jubilee: extract from letter and Jubilee Athletic Sports programme (reference DD\CPHS/35) and the extract from the Somerset County Gazette, reproduced courtesy of the Somerset Heritage Centre.

Archaeology/Decommissioned: aerial photograph extracts - US/7PH/GP/LOC314, frame 5028 (English Heritage (NMR) USAAF Photography) and RAF/CPE/UK frame 2086 (English Heritage (NMR) RAF Photography).

At Camp/Off Duty & On Duty: archive photographs are reproduced courtesy of the Somerset Heritage Centre and the Somerset Military Museum Trust. Reference DD\SLI/15/3/8. The Military Museum Trust hold more archive photographs and they are hoping to put some of these online later in the year. Hopefully links between websites  can be established as a means of sharing this material.

1877/2007: extract from the Somerset County Gazette reproduced courtesy Somerset Heritage Centre.

Letters/Pen & Paper: extract from the Somerset County Gazette reproduced courtesy Somerset Heritage Centre.

Extras

A Clean Sweep: map extract reproduced courtesy of the Servicio Geographico Del Ejercito 1:50.000 Serie L, Torremolinos. 1997.

BlkSmkGrnSmk: map extract reproduced courtesy of Ordnance Survey. Crown Copyright 2003.

Hidden Hearth: map extract reproduced courtesy of the Institut Geographique National 1:25.000 Serie Bleue 3027 E. 2005.

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Further Reading

Along the Wild Edge, A journey through the northern Blackdown Hills, compiled by Tanya James, 2011.
Caminologie, P. Hebrard, 1756.
Good Form Letter Writing, Arthur Wentworth Eaton, 1894.
Historical Records of the 1st Somerset Militia, W.J.W.Kerr, 1930.
I And My Chimney, Herman Melville, 1856.
The Geology of Somerset, Peter Hardy, 1999.
The Rational Hearth, Frumento Combusti, Cabinet Magazine (issue 32), 2008/2009.

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Website

Design / Programming Louise Burston (www.louiseburston.co.uk) and
Michelle Abadie (www.abadie.co.uk).

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