The following books on local subjects are available on application to the Society:
N. W. Alcock: People at Home – Living in a Warwickshire Village 1500-1800 ISBN 0 85033 863 8
Sheila Woolf and Chris Holland (eds) A Strange Time, the Diary and Scrapbooks of Cordelia Leigh 1914-1919 ISBN 978 0 9574216 0 8
Chris Holland (editor) Local Aspects of the Great War – Coventry and Warwickshire. Volume 2, with a chapter by Sheila Woolf on the contribution of the Leigh family. ISBN 978 -0-9574216-3-9
Another Country, the Story of Stoneleigh Men in the Great War by Sheila Woolf.
…and NEW! Dame Alice Leigh’s Almshouses, The Residents 1841-1911 by Philip Gill, also available by application to the Society.
Several booklets are available in the church eg Recollections of Life in Stoneleigh by Harry Edmunds; “Here Come the Girls – a story of Warwickshire’s American Wives” by Sheila Woolf; The Story of the Stoneleigh Stitchers (sold on behalf of the church), Henry Parkes; Wentworth House; Blacksmiths of Stoneleigh; The History of the Village Club; The Swan Inn (all written on behalf of the Stoneleigh History Society) and A Walk Round Stoneleigh by Roger Gilbert.