Village History

The Ryburgh Foundry Part 2
Everitt Adams & Co 1879-1880

The Ryburgh Foundry Part 3
Everitt Adams & Co. Ltd 1881-1884

The Ryburgh Swifts
Charting the early history of Ryburgh's football team from 1911 from the Parish Magazine

The Smiths of Ryburgh
This book first published in 1990 by Crisp Malting Limited is no longer available in print and is reproduced here by the kind permission of Mr Euan McPherson Managing Director of the Crisp Malting Group

The Smiths of Ryburgh: an update compiled and written by Carol Winfield
Further research on the origins of the Ryburgh Smiths dynasty

Trouble down at the Station in 1876
A dispute about the collection of a shipment of coal at Ryburgh Station on February 5th. 1876

What Ryburgh Ladies did
These fascinating photographs of the ladies of Ryburgh playing cricket, not to mention the WI and Women's Land Army
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What the papers say in the 1700's
Ryburgh from Eighteenth Century newspapers
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Who was Charlie Barnes
A little investigation into a character who appears in F.H.Tatham's history of Great Ryburgh
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