Notes

nanThe chapter notes from the book include links to various Web sites.  We list these links below and shall try to maintain them, as time allows (last updated: 2 September 2016).

Chapter 1

  1. Cremation volumes.   Grant A. Olson, 1992. Thai Cremation Volumes: A Brief History of a Unique Genre of Literature, Asian Folklore Studies, Volume 51, pp. 279-294.
    http://nirc.nanzan-u.ac.jp/nfile/1734
  2. ศรายุธพิทักษ์, ร.อ. หลวง, 2436-2511 – the cremation volume for Capt. Luang Sarayutpitag.  There is a copy in the reference section of the Pridi Banomyong library at Thammasat University, call number CRE 1969 42900.
    http://koha.library.tu.ac.th/cgi-bin/koha/opac-detail.pl?biblionumber=42900
  1. The Satriwithaya School Alumni Association discussion on the group photo for 1908.
    http://www.sac.or.th/databases/museumdatabase/review_inside_ByMember_Detail.php?id=166&CID=4642
    Satriwithaya School Alumni Association group photo for 1908 on Wikipedia:
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Sangwal_in_Satri_Wittaya_School.JPG
  2. A memorial sign in Somdet Ya Park with reference to Wat Anongkaram School is mentioned in My Unseen Thailand blog by Andreas Hörstemeier.
    http://myunseenthailand.blogspot.com/2008_07_01_archive.html
  3. Margaret and Kenneth Landon papers, Wheaton College Archives
    http://archon.wheaton.edu/index.php?p=collections/findingaid&id=24&q=&rootcontentid=61305
  1. Bank of England’s online Inflation Calculator
    http://www.bankofengland.co.uk/education/Pages/resources/inflationtools/calculator/index1.aspx
  2. Thai royal titles: Civil and Military Peerages (before the 1932 Constitution)
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thai_royal_and_noble_titles#Titles_of_Peerage_of_Civil_and_Military
  1. Judith A. Stowe, Siam Becomes Thailand: A Story of Intrigue – preview on Google Books
    https://books.google.co.uk/books?id=YTgJ8aRwZkAC
  2. A page (in Thai) about this Royal Artillery Battalion
    http://th.wikipedia.org/wiki/กรมทหารปืนใหญ่ที่_1_รักษาพระองค์

Chapter 2

  1. Folk Crafts in Thailand, MOENet Thailand Service, Ministry of Education
    http://www.moe.go.th/index-cratf/intro.htm
  1. History of Thai Education, Ministry of Education
    http://www.moe.go.th/main2/article/e-hist01.htm
  1. Capt. Luang Sarayutpitag was the second Governor of Ratchaburi Central Prison (for one year from 1924), as listed at http://www.correct.go.th, but link has expired.

Chapter 3

  1. Triam Udon School, Wikipedia entry
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Triam_Udom_Suksa_School
  2. History of the Faculty of Arts and Education, Chulalongkorn University
    http://www.arts.chula.ac.th/06about/history1-en.html
  1. Robert Swann Obituary, The Guardian, 24 August 2001
    http://www.guardian.co.uk/news/2001/aug/24/guardianobituaries.richardeyre
    D.J. Enright, Poet and Novelist, Dies at 82, New York Times, 12 January 2003
    http://www.nytimes.com/2003/01/12/obituaries/12ENRI.html
    Ajahn Father Alfred Bonninque – profile on the Thai Cooperative Web site
    http://www.coopthai.com/kmj/Fathercultthai.html
    and the Credit Union League of Thailand page
    http://www.gdrc.org/icm/cult-thai.html

 

Chapter 4

  1. A history of King Mongkut University of Technology, Thonburi (KMUTT), produced for the 50th Anniversary celebrations in 2010 (KMUTT Web site)
    http://www2.kmutt.ac.th/thai/abt_history/index.html
    Some information in English (also KMUTT Web site)
    http://global.kmutt.ac.th/about/history
    YouTube videos:

    Fuengsin may be seen in a Thonburi Technical College staff photograph, shown about two minutes into a KMUTT 50th anniversary video,
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rmvb97VvcE0

  2. A rainy exam day photo, Phimon Sattabut for the KMUTT archive
    http://archive.lib.kmutt.ac.th/index.php?option=com_joomgallery&func=detail&id=526&Itemid=55
  3. Ajahn Praderm and Wat Pleng. Bhikkhu: Disciple of the Buddha by Kristiaan Inwood
    http://d30021575.purehost.com/book_reviews/bhikkhu_phuket_gaz.html
  1. Details about UNESCO funding, KMUTT’s Archive
    http://archive.lib.kmutt.ac.th/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=169:2010-01-19-13-10-23

Chapter 5

  1. Institute of Education’s early history
    http://beginnings.ioe.ac.uk/begsioe.html
  2. Richard Aldrich. The Institute of Education 1902 – 2002: a centenary history: 2002. Preview on Google Books.
    http://books.google.com/books?id=GSmFcrdhdb8C
  1. Goleg y Normal, Bangor (Bangor Normal College) Wikipedia entry
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bangor_Normal_College
  1. Clare Harkey. BBC Thai service ends broadcasts, BBC News Web site, Friday, 13 January 2006
    http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/asia-pacific/4609860.stm
  2. Paul Trafford. The Catholic Church and Inter-religious Marriages: Reflec¬tions on Pastoral Theology and Practice after Vatican II.
    http://chezpaul.org.uk/chrstian/MSt_essay3.htm
  3. Entry for Company: Dickins & Jones Ltd in House of Fraser archive
    http://www.housefraserarchive.ac.uk/company/?id=c1473

Chapter 6

  1. Signal Department, Royal Thai Army – list of previous commanders, including Lt Gen. Chalerm Suttirak.
    http://signal.rta.mi.th/
  2. Wat Khao Mai Daeng’s site on Facebook
    https://www.facebook.com/วัดเขาไม้แดง-544006572283567/

Chapter 8

  1. Boeing 707/720 Commercial Transport.  Historical Snapshot.
    http://www.boeing.com/history/products/707.page
  2. Dhammapada verse 354, Sakkapanha Vatthu
    http://www.tipitaka.net/tipitaka/dhp/verseload.php?verse=354

Chapter 9

  1. Hagley Village News, June 1969.
    http://hhfs.org.uk/hhfs/documents/Societies/Linked_Docs_2_HCA/69_6_donations_community_centre.pdf
    Stourbridge Old Edwardian’s Club: Golf Society History
    http://www.oldedclub.org.uk/history.html
    Hagley in the 1950s: Down Memory Lane, Hagley Historical and Field Society
    http://hhfs.org.uk/hhfs/documents/Hagley1/down_memory_lane_20110419.pdf
  1. County Express interview with Fuengsin Trafford (1981), Paul Trafford’s blog
    http://paultrafford.blogspot.co.uk/2011/06/county-express-interview-with-fuengsin.html

Chapter 10

  1. Children’s Dhamma: Kruba Srivichai, Paul Trafford’s blog
    http://paultrafford.blogspot.co.uk/2011/07/childrens-dhamma-kruba-srivichai.html
  2. Ven. S. M. Sujano. Odds and Ends (about Phra Maha Somboon’s life and teachings)
    http://www.scribd.com/doc/37070834/Odds-and-Ends
  1. The Mahabharata (Indian TV series)
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mahabharat_(1988_TV_series)
    http://www.bfi.org.uk/films-tv-people/4ce2b7a3ef1ad 
    Fuengsin Trafford. The Epic of Ramayana
    http://fuengsin.org/dhamma/ramayana.htm
  2. Dr Jack Priestley. The Lumber Merchant and the Chocolate King. Download via:
    http://www.westhillendowment.org/about-us
  3. Profile: People: Antony Fernando, Initiatives of Change, 18(4), 1 August 2005
    http://www.forachange.co.uk/profile/2049.html
    Antony Fernando and Leonard Swidler, Buddhism Made Plain: An Introduction for Christians and Jews, Temple University
    http://astro.temple.edu/~swidler/swidlerbooks/BUDDHISM-X.htm
  4. Sister Mary Hall.  The Multi Faith Centre at Harborne Hall, The Harborne Society NEWS, Number Twenty-One, Summer 1991, Pages 6-7
    http://www.theharbornesociety.org.uk/uploads/3/9/5/2/39529175/1991.pdf
    A tribute in the Birmingham Council of Faiths newsletter of October 2008 used to be available at the following URL, but it’s no longer available.
    http://www.bhamfaiths.org.uk/docs/newsletters/5.20Oct.202008.pdf
  5. William Dargue.  A History of Birmingham Places & Placenames: Harborne
    http://billdargue.jimdo.com/placenames-gazetteer-a-to-y/places-h/harborne/
  1. Fuengsin Trafford.  A Memorial Tribute to Ajahn Gaew Potikanok
    http://fuengsin.org/dhamma/AjanGaew.htm

Chapter 12

  1. Sister Mary Hall.  The Multi Faith Centre at Harborne Hall, The Harborne Society NEWS, Number Twenty-One, Summer 1991, Pages 6-7
    http://www.theharbornesociety.org.uk/uploads/3/9/5/2/39529175/1991.pdf
  1. Udayin Thera.  The Blooming Lotus (excerpt), translated by Olendzki, from the Groups of Sixteen Verses, Theragathas 673-704.
    http://www.accesstoinsight.org/tipitaka/kn/thag/thag.15.02.olen.html
  1. Biography of Luang Phor Sanong Katapunyo
    https://sites.google.com/site/dhammawavenet3/71
  2. Ven. Ajahn Sanong Katapunyo.  The Taste of Dhamma
    http://fuengsin.org/translate/sanong/taste/

Chapter 13

  1. Mary Worrall. Harborne Hall, The Harborne Society Newsletter, Number Seventy, Summer 2010
    http://www.theharbornesociety.org.uk/uploads/3/9/5/2/39529175/summer_newsletter_2010.pdf
  2. Ven. Ajahn Sanong Katapunyo.  Oneness
    http://fuengsin.org/translate/sanong/oneness/
  3. Ven. Ajahn Sanong Katapunyo. Paticca-Samuppada (Dependent Origination)
    http://fuengsin.org/translate/sanong/wheel/
  4. The Stony Point Center, http://stonypointcenter.org/
    Auburn Theological Seminary, http://www.auburnseminary.org/
  1. Richard Randall. Life as a Siamese Monk, Aukana
    http://www.aukana.org.uk/book/browser/booklsm.htm
  2. Terry Shine. Honour Thy Fathers
    http://www.buddhanet.net/pdf_file/honourfathers.pdf‎
    The Life and Times of Luang Phaw Wat Paknam, Dhammakaya Foundation
    http://en.dhammakaya.net/book/?p=25