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One Hundred Years in The Lee – A history of the Parish over the 20th century
An interesting compilation based on archive material and memories of current and past residents of The Lee. The book is available from Lee Common School, tel. 837267.
No Finer Courage – A Village in The Great War
A really great read. It provides both an insight into the life and times of the Parish during the First World War and a chronicle of the experiences of the men who went away to fight. Available from the author, Mike Senior, tel. 837757.
Video/DVD: The Lee Millennium Video – A Journal of Village Life
Tracks events and other happenings in the village over the Millennium year. Narrated by the actor, and local resident, Geoffrey Palmer. Available from Tony Rigby, tel. 837691.
CD-ROM: The Lee Village Diary – A year in the life of a village – The Lee 2000AD
The diary was created by a large number of village people and takes the form of a scrapbook in a beautiful binding. It is collection of events, features and information. Includes watercolour paintings, weather charts, poems, accounts of life, features on buildings, people, church and all other aspects of village life. Contact Jenny Senior on 837757 to view the Diary or purchase the CD-ROM.
A History of Admiral Lord Howe
By Liz Stewart-Liberty; published here

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Bucks County Council
Old Photos of the Lee

Bucks Stained Glass
Windows in St John the Baptist
Windows in the Old Church

Chiltern District Council
Population Information

The Lee - Facts and Figures (2001)

Chiltern Society - Photographic Group
Photos of The Lee

Country views
Photos of The Lee

Church of England
St John the Baptist Church

Genuki (Open University)
Brief History of The Lee

Liberty store
History of Arthur Liberty

Stained glass windows

The Chiltern Society
The Chilterns

The Lady
Description of The Lee

Towns in
The Lee - a brief history

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