Publications of Local Interest
Panorama is the journal of our society and is normally published each year. It contains original material relating to the Thurrock area, ranging from research and reminiscence and occasionally the re-publication of articles from old sources not readily available to the general reader.
Index books are available up to Panorama 40 to facilitate specific research.
For a list of available copies of Panorama and information about other publications of interest click here.
Panorama Articles republished
Panorama 1 contains an article by Glynn Morgan on Thurrock inn signs - The Inn Signs of Thurrock
Panorama 7 contains an article on transportation - Barges to Bulphan
Panorama 15 contains an article on the Scottish prisoners at Tillbury Fort - Tilbury Fort and the Rebellion of 1745
Panorama 19 contains an article on local place names - Place names of the Mucking area
Panorama 27 contains an article on the Whitmore family - The Whitmore Story
Panorama 24 contains an article on the Seabrooke family - Seabroke & Sons: A Family of Brewers
Panorama 28 contains an article on Belmont Castle - The Story of Belmont Castle
Panorama 34 contains an article on the descent of the manor of Greys - Grays and Greys
Panorama 34 also contains an article on South Ockendon Windmill - South Ockendon Mill
Panorama 40 contains an article on Col. Whitmore - The Life, Times and Military Service of Sir Francis Whitmore KCB, CMG, DSO, TD, JP
Panorama 40 also contains an article on Aveley church - St Michael's Church, Aveley
Panorama 41 contains an article on the connection between Thurrock and the death of Charles I - Two Local Regicides
Panorama 43 contains an article on the murder of George Errington - The Errington Murder
Panorama 46 contains an article on Orsett Golf Club - The History of Orsett Golf Club
This page was last updated on 12 April 2011
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