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In 1968 Mayr-Harting married Caroline Mary Humphries. Together they have a son, Felix (born 1969), and a daughter, Ursula (born 1972). Mayr-Harting's daughter, now called Ursula Weekes, is an art historian and has written several books, including Techniques of Drawing (exh. cat., Oxford: Ashmolean Museum, 1996), Early Netherlandish Engraving circa 1440-1540 (Oxford: Ashmolean Museum, 1997), Techniques of Drawing: from the 15th to the 19th Centuries (Oxford: Ashmolean Museum, 1999), and Early Engravers and their Public: the Master of the Berlin Passion and Manuscripts from Convents in the Rhine-Maas Region (London: Harvey Miller, 2004).
Henry Mayr-Harting, The Bishops of Chichester and the Administration of Their Diocese, 1075-1207: with a Collection of Acta (University of OxfordDPhil thesis, 1961)
Widukind of Corvey, Res gestae Saxonicae, tr. Henry Mayr-Harting (typescript 1962, privately bound 1995)
Henry Mayr-Harting, The Bishops of Chichester, 1075-1207: Biographical Notes and Problems (Chichester: Chichester City Council, 1963)
Henry Mayr-Harting, ed. and introduction, Diocesis Cicestrensis: The Acta of the Bishops of Chichester, 1075-1207 (Canterbury and York Society, vol. 56, Torquay: Devonshire Press, 1964)