Religion: Protestant Nonconformity
The Victorian Church Part 2: 1860-1901, London: SCMP.
The Akenham Burial Case, London: Wildwood House
‘The Leeds churchwardens 1828-50′, Publication of the Thoresby Society, 53, 1-22.
The Protestant Dissenting Deputies, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
‘The burial question in Leeds in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries’ in R. Houlbrooke (ed.) Death, Ritual and Bereavement, London: Routledge, 95-104.
‘The reinvention of Protestant funeral ceremonies in 19th century Germany’, in C. Rotar, M. Rotar & A. Teodorescu (eds) Dying and Death in the 18th-21st Century, Volume 2, Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 112-136.
Churchyard and Cemetery: Tradition and Modernity in Rural North Yorkshire, Manchester: Manchester University Press.
‘Nonconformity and the development of early cemeteries in England, 1820-1850′, Journal of the United Reformed Church History Society, 6, 5, 309-21.
‘Ownership of the place of burial: a study of early nineteenth-century urban conflict in Britain’, in R. Morris and R. Trainor (eds) Urban Governance: Britain and Beyond since 1750, Aldershot: Ashgate, 211-225.
‘The Burial Laws Amendment Act of 1880 and strategies of evasion in rural North Yorkshire’, Northern History, 51: 1, 113-30.