by Mary Rensten
Hertfordshire Publications, 1982
104 pages, many illustrations
This book describes the brass memorials found in the following Hertfordshire churches:
Abbots Langley, Albury, Aldbury, Aldenham,
Ardeley, Aspenden, Aston
Baldock, Barkway, Barley, Bayford, Benington, Berkhamsted, Boxmoor, Braughing, Brent Pelham, Broxbourne, Buckland, Buntingford
Flamstead, Furneux Pelham
Great Amwell, Great Gaddesden
Harpenden, Hatfield Hyde, Hemel Hempstead, Hinxworth, Hitchen, Holwell, Hunsdon
Kelshall, Kimpton, Kings Langley, Knebworth
Letchworth, Little Hadham
Nettleden, Newnham, Northchurch, North Mymms
Radwell, Redbourn, Rickmansworth, Royston
St Albans, St Michaels, St Peters, St Stephens, St Ippollitts, Sandon, Sawbridgeworth, Shenley, South Mymms, Standon, Stanstead Abbots, Stevenage
Walkern, Ware, Wareside, Watford, Watton-at-Stone, Wheathampstead, Willian, Wormley, Wyddial
At the time this page was last updated new and second hand copies could be ordered online
A comprehensive list of brasses throughout the country (but little more detail than the church, name and date) is included in Richard le Strange's
Macklin's Monumental Brasses
This book contains significant information about the history of monumental brasses but only an brief summary of the Hertfordshire churches which contain such brasses.
A Complete Descriptive Guide To
British Monumental Brasses.
Thames & Hudson, 1972
You are more likely to find this book than Mary Rensten's book in a family history library - so it is a useful additional check list of which Hertfordshire churches have brasses.
The Monumental Brasses of Hertfordshire
by William Lack, H. Martin Stuchfield and Philip Whittemore
Monumental Brasses Society County Series, Volume 16
Hertfordshire is the sixteenth volume to be published in the fully illustrated series of county publications based on an extensive revision of theList of Monumental Brasses in the British Isles compiled by Mill Stephenson (published in 1926 with an appendix in 1938).
The Hertfordshire volume is expected to contain 250 pages listing figure brasses, inscriptions, indents and lost brasses (illustrated on 100 pages) to be found in the county and will form a particularly important aid to people concerned with the study of monumental brasses and family history. [From pre-publication leaflet]
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