Chantry House RXV03361

WELCOME!

The Henley-on-Thames Archaeological & Historical Group, formed in 1976, provides a forum for archaeologists, historians, and others with similar local interests. The Group has been active in archaeological excavations and in studying the history of Henley, its surrounding districts and their inhabitants.

We publish research in our Journals, arrange monthly lectures from October to June, and arrange visits to archaeological digs and other places of historic interest.

WELCOME!

The Group provides a forum for archaeologists, historians, and others with an interest in studying the history of Henley

COVID-19
We are now continuing our monthly lectures on zoom, but all visits have been postponed until it is safe again to meet. We continue to work on research and the website. Please check back here for updates. 

Our Henley Resources

We have researched many of the listed buildings in Henley and nearby villages for nearly 40 years. The reports are published here.
Journals have been published since 1982. We welcome articles illustrating archaeological or historical research that is relevant to our area.
We publish research by members of the Group both as a hard copy and also online
We circulate a regular newsletter to keep members up to date with our activities and to report on meetings and visits
The Group organises occasional visits to archaeological digs, historic houses and other places of interest to members
We meet regularly in the Kings Arms Stable Barn in the heart of Henley for a monthly lecture
News items from the group and elsewhere
Search transcripts and indexes of local probate documents, mostly wills, dating back to 1713.
Explore details of the census data for Henley-on-Thames and the eastern part of the parish of Rotherfield Greys for the census years 1841 – 1911.