St Edmund’s Church and the Montagu Monuments Guidebook – Bibliography and Source list

Bindman, David, and Baker, Malcome, Roubiliac and Eighteenth-Century Monument. Sculpture as Theatre (New Haven & London: Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art, 1995)

Lindley, Philip, ‘Peter Mathias Van Gelder’s monument to Mary, 3rd Duchess of Montagu, in St Edmund’s, Warkton, Northamptonshire’, The Burlington Magazine, Vol. 155, Nr. 1321 (2013), 220-229

Lindley, Philip, ‘Roubiliac’s Monuments for the Second Duke and Duchess of Montagu and the Building of the New Chancel at Warkton in Northamptonshire’, The Walpole Society, Vol. 76 (2014), 237-288

Murdoch, Tessa, ‘Roubiliac as an Architect? The bill for the Warkton monuments’, The Burlington Magazine, Vol. 122, Nr. 922 (January 1980), 40-46

Murdoch, Tessa, ‘Roubiliac’s Monuments to Bishop Hough and the Second Duke and Duchess of Montagu’, Church Monuments, Vol. 1, part 1 (1985), 35-47

Rogers, Byron, ‘Hidden gold in the sidechapel’, The Sunday Telegraph (November 30, 1997)

Smailes, Helen, ‘Thomas Campbell and the ‘camera lucida’: the Buccleuch statue of the 1st Duke of Wellington’, The Burlington Magazine, Vol. 129, No. 1016 (November 1987), 709-714

Toseland, Alan, Warkton. A Villa in Northamptonshire (Warkton: Warkton Heritage, 2006)
Unpublished materials from the Duke’s Archives

Bruce Bailey’s letter to the late Duke (8th October 1958)
Historical overview of the Church
Audio Transcriptions of talks given by Collaborative Doctoral Research on Duchess Elizabeth, Duchess Mary Churchill and Mary Montagu and Duke John

Notes from the Duke’s Archivist

Duke John and the Africans
John 2nd Duke of Montagu
Mary and George
Elizabeth Duchess of Buccleuch
Duke John and the Animals
Poems and short pieces of prose inspired by the monuments were written by a school group and members of the local community.