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Winifred is a Visiting Research Fellow working under the direction of Professor Michael Hicks on the Overland Trade Project. She is responsible for the data entry, design and development of the database. She obtained her PhD in 2003 from the University of Southampton on the Pattern of Consumption of Winchester College c. 1390 - 1560.



  • The Southampton Brokage Book, 1447-48. Southampton Records Series, 42, 2008
  • Southampton Brokage Book, 1447-48. Wessex Historical Databases 1 (CD publication)

Book chapters

  • ‘The College as School: the case of Winchester College’, in: The Late Medieval English College and its Context (York Medieval Press, 2008)
  • ‘The Impact of St. Swithun’s Priory on the City of Winchester in the Later Middle Ages’, in: M. Hicks (ed.) Revolution and Consumption in Late Medieval England (Woodbridge, 2001)

Journal articles

  • ‘Trade and consumption patterns in central Southern England: the supply of iron and wax to Winchester College c. 1400-1560’. Southern History 29, 2007, 1-28
  • The Household of Winchester College in the Later Middle Ages 1400-1560. Hampshire Studies 59, 2004, 163-79
  • ‘The Trade of Southampton 1448-49’. Hampshire Studies 55, 2000, 142-68
  • ‘The Customs System in Southampton in the Mid-fifteenth Century’. Hampshire Studies 53, 1998, 191-200
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