Nottinghamshire Guardian (1918)
Local Notes and Queries: The Old-Time Ploughmen's Guild: Notts Mumming Play Revived.
Blurb taken from P.H.Ditchfield (1896) about ploughs being trailed round on
Plough Monday to support plough lights, and plough up the doorsteps of those who
did not contribute. Mentions Lincs., Plough-bullocks, Yorks., Plough-stots and
the City of London's Plough Monday banquet. Re-quotes Ditchfield's quotation
relating to Mrs. Chaworth-Musters' account of the play at Wyverton Hall, Notts.
Wyverton Hall, Notts. (SK7136); Notts.; Derbys.; Lincs.; Yorks.; London, London (TQ3079)
Plough Lights; Plough Trailing; Malicious Ploughing; Play; Banquet; Plough Monday; Plough-Bullocks; Plough-Stots; Mumming; Chaworth-Musters (1890); Ditchfield,P.H. (1896)
TDRG Archive, Ref. TD00155;
W.E.Doubleday Scrapbook, Vol.I, p.1 (incorrectly dated);;
Local Notes & Queries Scrapbook, 1908-1918
* indicates data that not yet been validated against the original source and/or has yet to be completely indexed.
Last Updated Oct 1987 by Idwal Jones.