Commonplace book, bound in leather, believed to have belonged to Ramsey Richard Reinagle (1775-1862) containing sketches, poetry and quotations from German authors, many of them written into the book in Hanover in 1855. There are also a number of items that were found loose in the volume including an undated letter from 'Laroche' to Ramsey Richard Reinagle and a manuscript child's book on geography produced by Ramsey's children, Ramsey and Fanny, in 1812. 1812-1855 (MS 324/1);
Correspondence and notes sent by John R. Barwell to Professor Alistair Smart. 1980 (MS 324/2);
Manuscript family tree for the Reinagle family. Undated, c.1979 (MS 324/3);
Typescript copy of notes on the family history of the Barwell, Budd, Rowley, Moore, and Butler of Kirkside families. The Reinagle family is briefly mentioned under the Budd branch. 1955-1975 (MS 324/4);
Photograph of a painting in Upton House, Warwickshire by Philip Reinagle, reputedly of his three children: Ramsey Richard, Charlotte and Fanny. 1979 (MS 324/5).