Berkshire Record Office

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The Berkshire Record Office is the county record office for Berkshire, England. It is located in Reading.[1] The Berkshire Record Office opened on 10 August 1948 in The Forbury, Reading.[2][3] It moved to the new Berkshire Shire Hall, beside the M4, in 1981, and to its present home in Coley Avenue, Reading, in 2000.[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Location". Berkshire Record Office. Archived from the original on 11 July 2011. Retrieved 6 July 2011.
  2. ^ "Welcome To The Berkshire Record Office". The Berkshire Record Office. Retrieved 28 February 2022.
  3. ^ Berkshire Record Office website: The Forbury, 1948-1980
  4. ^ Berkshire Record Office website: Shire Hall, 1981-2000

Further reading[edit]

  • Flynn, Sarah & Stevens, Mark. 'Petty criminals, publicans and sinners : petty sessions records in the Berkshire Record Office', Journal of the Society of Archivists 16 (1995), 41–53.
  • Green, Angela. 'The Berkshire Record Office', Berkshire Archaeological Journal 68 (1975-6), 89–95.
  • Hull, Felix. 'The Berkshire Record Office', Berkshire Archaeological Journal, 51 (1949 for 1948–9), 10–16.
  • Walne, Peter. 'Local archives of Great Britain, 18: the Berkshire Record Office', Archives 4:22 (1959), 65–74.

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Coordinates: 51°27′1.02″N 0°58′54.26″W / 51.4502833°N 0.9817389°W / 51.4502833; -0.9817389