2017 – Rawnsley, Rosalind. No Man is an Island. Lecture given at Allan Bank, Grasmere, September.

No Man is an Island full text.

2016 – Rawnsley, Rosalind. A Nation’s Heritage: Beatrix Potter and Hardwicke Drummond Rawnsley. Lecture given at Allan Bank, Grasmere, September.

A Nation's Heritage full text.

2006 – Hankinson, Alan. ‘Hardwicke Drummond Rawnsley’. Keswick Characters. Vol. 1. Foot, Elizabeth and Howell, Patricia, eds. Carlisle: Bookcase, pp. 76-83.

2005 – Nettleton, John. ‘Canon Rawnsley: Europe’s ‘most active volcano’!’ Beatrix Potter’s Family and Friends, Beatrix Potter Studies XI, The Beatrix Potter Society, pp. 49-59.

2004 - Wilkinson, Brian. Hardwicke Drummond Rawnsley: “The Most Active Volcano in Europe”. A Chronology of Events in His Life. Not published. See Armitt Museum ALMC 2004.141 ALMBOX 12/2.

2002 – Murphy, Graham. ‘Hardwicke Rawnsley’. Founders of the National Trust, London: National Trust, 2002, pp. 73-98.

1998 – Walton, John K. ‘Canon Rawnsley and the English Lake District’. Armitt Journal, vol. 1, pp. 1-17.

1996 – Rawnsley, Rosalind. Of Rabbits, Rhymes and Railways: Canon Rawnsley Remembered. Lecture given to the Beatrix Potter Society, October.

1997 – Battrick, Elizabeth. ‘Canon Rawnsley and the National Trust’. Beatrix Potter and the Lake District, Beatrix Potter Studies, VII, The Beatrix Potter Society, pp. 27-38.

1995 – Battrick, Elizabeth. The Most Active Volcano in Europe: A Short Life of Canon Hardwicke Rawnsley. Privately published.

1993 – Atkinson, Margaret. Hardwicke Drummond Rawnsley. MPhil Thesis, University of Lancaster.

1978 – McGaffey, Beth Ann Knight. ‘Hardwicke Drummond Rawnsley: Poet, Naturalist, and “Guardian of the Lake District”.’ Three Founders of the British Conservation Movement, 1865-1895: Sir Robert Hunter, Octavia Hill, and Hardwicke Drummond Rawnsley. PhD Thesis, Texas Christian University, pp. 168-230.

1967 – Rice, H.A.L. ‘The Happy Warrior: Canon H.D. Rawnsley, 1851-1920’. Lake Country Portraits, Harvill Press, pp. 122-142.

1923 – Rawnsley, Eleanor. Canon Rawnsley: An Account of His Life. Glasgow: MacLehose, Jackson & Co., 1923.