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SYAS 2008 South Yorkshire Sites and Monument Record (SMR) Sheffield: South Yorkshire Archaeology Service. Available by appointment with SYAS, Howden House, 1 Union Street, Sheffield, S1 2SH. Email:
Sydes, B. 1986 Site Visit: Woodhouse Field Moated Site. [unpublished site visit note in SY SMR]
Sydes, B. 1993 Excavations at Pickburn Leys, Adwick-le-Street, Doncaster. In: M.J. Francis & C. Cumberpatch (eds.), Archaeology in South Yorkshire 1992-1993. Sheffield: South Yorkshire Archaeology Service.
Sydes, B. & Symonds, J. 1985 The Excavation of an Enclosure and Field System of Iron Age/Romano-British Date at Pickburn Leys [unpublished].
Sydes, R.E. 1984 Saint Wilfred’s Hickleton: a South Yorkshire Church Rediscovered (Draft excavation report compiled 2003). [unpublished report in SY SMR]
Sydes, R.E. & Holbrey, R. 1991 Results of an Archaeological Evaluation at Barnburgh Hall [unpublished]. Sheffield: South Yorkshire Archaeological Field and Research Unit.
SYFWI & WYFWI 1991 The South & West Yorkshire Village Book. Newbury: Countryside Books and the South and West Yorkshire Federations of Women's Institutes.
Sykes, S. 1993 The Patchwork Quilt: Finding Dodworth's Medieval Landscape. In: B. Elliott (ed.), Aspects of Barnsley. Barnsley: Wharncliffe Publishing Limited, 225-247.
Sykes, S. 1996 Shepherds, Sheep and Gentlemen: Penistone Moorland Agriculture in the Early Nineteenth Century. In: B. Elliott (ed.), Aspects of Barnsley 4. Barnsley: Wharncliffe Publishing, 189-214.
Symonds, J. 1993a An Archaeological Desk-Top Study of Land Near Holme Hall Quarry, Stainton, South Yorkshire [unpublished]. Sheffield: ARCUS Report no. 121.
Symonds, J. 1993b Thorne Town Centre Re-Development - An Archaeological Desk-Top Study [unpublished].
Symonds, J. & Davies, G. 1995 An Archaeological Field Evaluation of Land at Owston Hall and Park [unpublished]. Sheffield: ARCUS report.
Symonds, J. (ed.) Beauchamp, V. and Unwin, J. 2001 The Historical Archaeology of the Sheffield Cutlery and Tableware Industry 1750–1900. ARCUS studies in historical archaeology 1. Sheffield: ARCUS.
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Taylor, H. 1991 The Linen Bleachworks of Barnsley and District and their Industrial Archaeology. Thesis (MA). University of Sheffield.
Taylor, H. 1993 Bleachworks of Barnsley and their Industrial Archaeology. In: B. Elliott (ed.), Aspects of Barnsley. Barnsley: Wharncliffe Publishing, 25-61.
Taylor, H. 1994 Nails, Mules, Music and Miners: Village Life in Mapplewell and Staincross Through the Nineteenth Century. In: B. Elliott (ed.), Aspects of Barnsley 2. Barnsley: Wharncliffe Publishing, 97-126.
Taylor, H. 1995 Taylor Row and the Handloom Weavers of Barnsley. In: B. Elliott (ed.), Aspects of Barnsley 3. Barnsley: Wharncliffe Publishing, 39-64.
Taylor, H. 1996a Archaeological Field Evaluation at Hail Mary Hill Wood, South Yorkshire [unpublished]. Sheffield: ARCUS 272.
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Taylor, H. 2000 Hall Broom Farm, Bradfield, South Yorkshire FCE2229 [unpublished]. Peak District National Park Authority Archaeology Service.
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Tracking Lives History Group 2000 Penistone: The Coldest Station in England? In: B. Elliott (ed.), Aspects of Barnsley 6. Barnsley: Wharncliffe Books.
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