|Abby Sale's Happy Archive: 31st of July - Sale, a regular poster to uk.music.folk and rec.music.folk, explains the background of Child ballad 155 ("Little Sir Hugh"). Hugh disappeared on 31 July, 1255, and was found dead, in a well, nearly a month later.
||Chaucer's Prioress - The Prioress's Tale is not wholly original: it is an even more bloodthirsty retelling of the story of Little Hugh of Lincoln.
|Hugh or Little Hugh of Lincoln - Short article by Katherine I. Rabinstein tries to get to the true story behind the gruesome legend.
||Hugh the Little - Profile. Says that his cultus has been suppressed.
|Little Sir Hugh (Child #155) - Ballad based on the story of "Little St. Hugh."
||The mystery of St Hugh's Well, Lincoln - R.W. Morrell bought a 1910 postcard which allegedly depicted the well where Hugh's body was found. The building still stands, but the well shown on the postcard was a hoax.
|Of the cruel treatment of the Jews for having crucified a boy - The story of Young Hugh of Lincoln, as told in Matthew Paris's Chronica Majora.
||St. Hugh - Article on Little St. Hugh of Lincoln, from the Catholic Encyclopedia.