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Honorary Editor

The Honorary Editor has responsibility for the production of the Society's Transactions, and oversight of other publications although the detailed editing is usually delegated to others. As explained earlier, the Honorary Secretary acted as Editor until 1907 when Rickword was appointed as Editorial Secretary.

Officers

Editorial Secretary

1907-19 George Rickword (O. & P. xxi pt 2)

Honorary Editor

  • 1919-29 Robert Copp Fowler (O. & P. xix pt 4)
  • 1929-49 Rev G M Benton & H W Lewer
  • 1949-59 Rev G M Benton
  • 1959-72 Leonard H Gant (O. NL 65)
  • 1972-87 D T-D Clarke
  • 1987-2000 Owen Bedwin
  • 2000-02 David Andrews
  • 2002-04 Christopher Thompson
  • 2007-11 Christopher Starr
  • 2012-16 “Guest editors”
  • 2016- Paul Gilman

HONORARY NEWSLETTER EDITOR

  • 1973-82 John Sellers
  • 1982-85 Bill Liddell
  • 1985-88 Rosemary Jefferies
  • 1988-2000 Paul Gilman
  • 2000-14 Sally Gale
  • 2014- Zoe Quinn  

Classes of Records

  • S/EDI/1 Invoices for publication printing; stocks and sales of publications.
  • S/EDI/2 Correspondence etc.

1. INVOICES FOR PUBLICATION PRINTING; STOCKS AND SALES OF PUBLICATIONS

S/EDI/1/1 7 invoices from Wiles for printing and binding, Feb 1894 - Feb 1902; 3 invoices from C Fell Smith for indexing, Dec 1898 - Oct 1900.  
S/EDI/1/2 7 invoices from Watford Engraving Co. Ltd for plates to illustrate Morant Club Reports, Mar 1913 and Feb 1914.  
S/EDI/1/3 Statements from Wiles for printing, postage, etc., May - Oct 1923, Jan - Sep 1930, Sep 1930 - Mar 1931.  
S/EDI/1/4 Invoice for printing Vol. xxv part 3 of the Transactions, from Wiles, Sep 1960 S/EDI/1/5 MS publications stock book, pp8 used, Mar 1964 - May 1970.  

2. CORRESPONDENCE ETC

S/EDI/2/1 17 MS letters of Mar - Jun 1899 from J H Round and R E G Kirk to G F Beaumont, relating to the publication of the Feet of Fines for Essex. (Acquired from Canon T H Curling Nov 1941)  
S/EDI/2/2 67 MS letters of Mar 1929 - Dec 1934, correspondence between Rev G M Benton and Mr S C Ratcliffe of the Public Record Office, regarding the publication of the Feet of Fines for Essex.  
S/EDI/2/3 Offprint from the University of Pennsylvania Law Review Vol. 102 No. 5, Jan 1954, pp425-6, being a review of Essex Sessions of the Peace. Missing?
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