Published Articles by John R Ketteringham

Key:

CCQ = Cathedral Community Quarterly
DYW = Down Your Way
FLC = Annual Report of the Association of Friends of Lincoln Cathedral
FT = Family Tree Magazine
LL = Lincolnshire Life
LF = Lincolnshire in Focus
LG = Lincolnshire Gazette
LP = Lincolnshire Poacher
LPP = Lincolnshire Past and Present
LT = Lincolnshire Today
RW = The Ringing World
TE = This England
YT = Yorkshire Today
* = in East Midlands Historian 1993 Vol. 3
# = in Lincolnshire History and Archaeology
= in Lincolnshire People and Places (Edited by Christopher Sturman.1996)
B = in The Bugle (Lincolnshire Group of the Hardy Plant Society)
@ = in Lincolnshire (Compiled by Julianne Coggan)
$ = Lincolnshire Pride
     
RW 1964 Extraction of False Course heads and their application (pages 449, 465 & 559)
LL September 1980 The Royal Observer Corps in Lincolnshire
LL May 1982 Lincolnshire Bells and Bellfounders Part I
LL June 1982 Lincolnshire Bells and Bellfounders Part II
RW 19. 8. 1983 Bells and Ringers of Lincoln Cathedral
RW 20.1.1984 His Search was not in Vane
RW 5.10.1984 Sid Holt Remembers
LL December 1984 Lincoln Cathedral Bells and Ringers
RW 4. 1. 1985 John Walden of Lincoln
LL April 1985 John Walden
RW 5. 4. 1985 Lincoln Cathedral Bells and Ringers
RW 31. 5. 1985 Edenham and the Holmes Family
RW 19. 7.1985 The Lincoln Letters
RW 2. 8. 1985 Bells and Ringers of Lincoln Cathedral
RW 29. 8. 1985 Surfleet – The Past Remembered
RW 22.11.1985 Early Bell Founding in Lincolnshire
RW 22.11.1985 Lincoln Cathedral – The Lady Bells
RW 20/27.12.1985 The Lincoln Correspondence – Part I
FLC 1985/86 Great Tom
RW 28. 3. 1986 Chalice Complete With Bells
RW 4. 4. 1986 The Church that Moved
LL September 1986 Rev Dr Edward Chad Varah O.B.E.
RW 19. 9.1986 A Most Unusual Tower To Find Six Bells
RW 3. 10.1986 Thomas North and Henry Winn
FLC 1986/7 The Oldest Bell in Lincolnshire
LL February 1987 Marshalling and Organising
LL April 1987 Revd H. Law James Vicar of Surfleet 1898-1932
RW 30.12.1988 Customary Bell ringing
# 1990 Vol 25 Bells in the first Cathedral at Lincoln
LPP Autumn 1990 Lincolnshire Church Bell Inscriptions
LPP Summer 1991 Marking Time
LPP Autumn 1993 The Quarter Bells of Lincoln Cathedral
LL October 1991 'An Amazing Storyteller' [Fred Dobson]
* 1993 Theses and Dissertations on Lincolnshire Research Subjects
LPP Winter 1993/4 Alvingham Day
LPP Spring 1994 Bell Letters
FT March 1994 'Dead Ringers (or campanological sources)'
CCQ December 1994 No 13 - The Quarter Bells of Lincoln Cathedral
CCQ Sept 1995 No 16 - The Association of the Friends of Lincoln Cathedral
RW 28.4.1995 The Quarter Bells of Lincoln Cathedral
1996 James Arundel and Locksley Hall, North Somercotes
LL October 1997 A Star Behind the Lens
CCQ December 1996 No 21 - A Diamond Jubilee
B October 1997 Montague Russell Page (1906-1985)
CCQ November 1997 No 25 - Robert Godfrey (1876-1953)
B February 1998 Montague Charles W. Allwood (1879-1958)
LL November 1998 Lincoln’s Mr Music.
LL December 1998 In Franklin’s Footsteps.
# 1998 Vol 33 Material Manifestations of Secular Piety etc.
CCQ June 2000 No 35 - Lincolnshire Bells and Bellfounders
LL April 2001 Colin Dexter, Author.
LT April 2001

Michael Foale, Astronaut

LL May 2001 Henry Law James
LT June 2001 Local Journalist Achieves Worldwide Success
LP Autumn 2001 Geoff Hadfield and the ROC
@ 2001 Theophilus Caleb
LT November 2001 'Acting Wasn't His First Love' [Jonathan Kerrigan]
LT December 2001 'John Hurt'
LG December 2001 Henry Lunn
LG 21.12.2001 'County man who was one half of Lunn Poly [Sir Henry Lunn]'
LT February 2002 'Bernie Taupin'
LG February 2002 Arthur Lucan Part 1
LT March 2002 A Lincolnshire Adventurist [Lucy Martin]
LG March 2002 Arthur Lucan Part 2
LT June 2002 Jim Broadbent - Stone the Crows...
LL June 2002 The nightingale of Grantham [Judy Campbell]
LT July 2002 Joe Brown - A Yellow Bellied Cockney?
LP Summer 2002 Richard Todd, OBE Actor
LT August 2002 Nicholas Parsons
RW 23.8.2002 Bells in Redundant Lincolnshire Churches
LT September 2002 Su Pollard
LT November 2002 Barbara Dickson
LT December 2002 Julie Peasgood
LT January 2003 Maureen Sutton
$ January 2003 Haxey Hood
$ January 2003 Herbert Ingram
$ February 2003 The Swineherd of Stow
LT February 2003 Colin Dexter
LG February 2003 Lord Hawke
RW 14.2.2003 Arthur Christopher Benson (1862-19250 [Refers to Lincoln
Cathedral and the 'bells' of Magdalene College, Cambridge]
LD March 2003 Ringers Jack
LT March 2003 Daphne Ledward
LT March 2003 Alex Henshaw
$ March 2003 Arthur Towle
LT April 2003 Patricia Hodge
LPP Spring 2003 The perils of publishing Lincolnshire's heritage.
LT April 2003 Edith Smith
$ April 2003 'Sir Francis Dashwood : Dunston Pillar'
LT May2003 Deborah Bull
LT May 2003 Sidney Carnley
$ May 2003 Peregrine Bertie
$ May 2003 Joseph Wright
$ May 2003 Peregrine Bertie
CCQ June 2003 No 46 - Ringing Roadshow
LT June 2003 Joan Plowright
LT June 2003 Charles Frederick Worth
YT June 2003 Betty Boothroyd
LT July 2003 Viva la Diva - Lesley Garrett
LT July 2003 Martin Bladen Hawke
LP Summer 2003 H J H Dyer
$ July 2003 Henry Law James
LT August 2003 Catherine Wilson
LT August 2003 Raymond Mays
$ August 2003 Ras Prince Monolulu
YT August 2003 All Creatures Great and Small - Alf Wight (aka James Herriot)
YT September 2003 From Huddersfield to Downing Street - Harold Wilson
LT September 2003 Fun in Skegness - Billy Butlin
LT September 2003 Love of Opera - Freddie Stockdale
$ September 2003 Terah Hooley
LT October 2003 John The Japer! [John Twigg]
LT October  2003 Bourne's Definitive Historian [Rex Needle]
$ October  2003 Henry Winn
YT October  2003 Frankie Howerd
LT November 2003 Karen's Just Champion [Karen Corr]
LT November 2003 Keeping It In the Family (Judy Campbell]
YT November 2003 A Bradford Great [J. B. Priestley]
$ November 2003 Frank Whittle
$ December 2003 Thomas Paine
$ December 2003 Charles Worth
LP December 2003 An Alford Scandal - S. B. Carnley
LF March 2004 Lucy Martin
$ March 2004 Theophilus Caleb
DYW March 2004 Frankie Howerd
DYW April 2004 Wilfred Pickles
$ April 2004 Patrick Wymark
$ May 2004 Richard Todd
DYW May 2004 Martin Bladen Hawke
$ June 2004 Ernest Coleman
LF June 2004 Ernest Coleman
$ July 2004 Field Flowers Goe
$ August 2004 Keith Fordyce
DYW August 2004 Harry Worth
CCQ September 2004 No 51 - The Friends' Website  Church Crawling by the Friends
$ September 2004 Doris Stokes
LF September 2004 Norma Procter
$ October 2004 Edward Chad Varah
$ November 2004 Violet Van der Elst
$ December 2004 Judy Campbell
CCQ December 2004 No 52 - Arthur Christopher Benson (1862-1925)
$ January 2005 Tony Jacklin
RW 14.1.2005 Haxey Hood p27
LG February 2005 Elizabeth Allen
$ February 2005 Jane Eaglen
RW 4.2.2005 How the Prime Minister of Australia met Lincoln Cathedral Ringers in 1944 p101
RW 18.2.2005 The first peal on the 12 at Lincoln Cathedral in 1929 p168
LG March 2005 The tragic story of William Dadley p5
When Prince Charles came to Lincoln and met the bell ringers p 17
$ March 2005 Frederick Thomas Baker
RW 18 3 2005 All Saints Wragby Lincolnshire
CCQ March 2005 No 53 Australian Prime Minister visits Lincoln Cathedral's Bellringers
LG April 2005 When tragedy struck the vicar of Tealby
$ April 2005 Brian Alford
$ May 2005 Diana Green
LG May 2005 James Arundel
LL May 2005 Brett Collier
LG June 2005 Keith Fordyce
$ June 2005 Charles Brandon
CCQ June 2005 No 54 June 2005 Lincolnshire's Indian Priest
$ July 2005 Montagu Allwood
RW 19.8.2005 Irnham, Lincs now has seven bells!
DYW August 2005 Issue 93 Ras Prince Monolulu
CCQ September 2005 No. 55  Memories of Philip Marshall
CCQ September 2005 No 55 Cleric with a broom - Austin Lee
$ September 2005 James Arundel
$ October 2005 Webster Booth
TE Winter 2005 The English Art of Change-Ringing
RW 30.12.2006 Christmas Bells
$ February 2006 Philip Marshall
TE Winter 2013 Winter 2013 ‘Portrait of a Village – Langton by Spilsby Lincolnshire’ p18
LP Winter 2014 ‘Mary Jane Lovell’ p33
LP Spring 2015  Locksley Hall North Somercotes
LP Spring 2015  Apologies to the Revd John Scott
LP Autumn 2015 The life of Austin Lee
     

Last updated: 25/09/2015