Surrey History

Individuals who wish to submit articles to Surrey History should write directly to the Hon. Editor,Surrey History, Castle Arch, Guildford GU1 3SX

Each volume of Surrey History is composed of a number of separate issues which are individually priced as below.

PRINCIPAL CONTENTS OF BACK ISSUES - Abbreviated Titles

VOLUME I:

No. 1. Surrey Records; Military Occupation of Farnham During the Civil War; Hedgerow Dating; Shere Houses; Samuel Vassall and the West Surrey Wool Industry; Fire Insurance Records. [xerox copy only]

No. 2. Surbiton - the Queen of the Suburbs; What put Chiddingfold on the Map; Old Village Properties in Gomshall; The Pattern of Surrey Villages; Albury Workhouse. [xerox copy only]

No. 3. Stone Mining in East Surrey; Gunpowder at Chilworth; Victorian Stone Letter Box; Rev. John Flamstead, first Astronomer Royal & Rector of Burstow.

No. 4.The Reformation in Blechingley; Chilworth Gunpowder Mills; Account Book of William Gadcum, Carpenter; A Surrey Man looks at his Ancestors.

No. 5. Porcelain Souvenirs of Surrey; A Discovery at Leigh; Prehistoric Man & the Surrey Landscape; Witley Church Roof; The Farmer Family of Nonsuch Park; Index.

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VOLUME II:

No. 1. Surrey Churches; Elementary Education in Victorian Cheam; Memories of a Cabinet Maker's Apprentice; Surrey Record Society; Accessions to the Record Office, 1977.

No. 2. Diary of a Farming Quaker - Wanborough; Nutfield and the Settlement of the Weald; Renovation of Antique Furniture; The Photographic Record & Survey of Surrey; Accessions to the Record Office, 1988.

No. 3. The Electric Light at Godalming; Surrey Churches, 1800-70; Accessions to the Record Office, 1979-80; The Picture Postcard and the History of Surrey; Construction of Blechingley Tunnel, 1840-42.

No. 4. Those Tiny Cottages; Accident at Broadmead Bridge; Deceptively Dated Ashtead Terrier; Holy Wells & Magical Waters; Accessions to the Record Office, 1981.

No. 5. Mathematical Tiles; Reminiscences of Reigate; A. J. Munby; The Waters of Epsom Spa; Surrey Industrial History Group; Accessions to the Record Office, 1982; Index.

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VOLUME III:

No. 1. Watermarks in Surrey Hand-made Paper; Charles Lennox & the Earl of Lovelace; The Jackmans and their Plants - Woking Nursery; Accessions to the Record Office, 1983.

No. 2. William of Ockham; Thomas Holloway; Mathematical Tiles; Mining & Quarrying Accidents; Accessions to the Record Office, 1984.

No. 3. Pirbright School; Dennis of Guildford; Folklore; A Tale of Two Rectors - Hascombe; Tudor Weapons in Surrey Muster Rolls; Accessions to the Record Office, 1985.

No. 4. The Architectural Implications of Shopping; Early Cycling on the Surrey Roads; The Cree Nursery at Addlestone; Henry Edwards & South Nutfield; Accessions to the Record Office, 1986.

No. 5. Civil War in N.E. Surrey; Perrings & Knights - Two family firms; Bertha Broadwood of Capel; Hackbridge Transformers; Accessions to the Record Office, 1987; Index.

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VOLUME IV:

No. 1. Accessions to the Record Office, 1988; Godalming Framework Knitting; Guildford's 'Homes fit for Heroes'; James Pain of Mitcham, Firework Manufacturer; Paper Mills.

No. 2. Henry Taunt & Father Thames; Church & Chapel in Nineteenth-century Surbiton; The Lieutenancy & the Leadership of the County in Eighteenth-century Surrey; Les Belges á Wimbledon; Accessions to the Record Office 1989.

No. 3. Head Gardener to William Wilson Saunders of Reigate; Gunpowder Mills; Godstone Rectors; The Guildford Mayor's Work Fund & Guildford Lido; Accessions to the Record Office 1990.

No. 4. Leisure & Pleasure in Surrey; Paper Mills Part II; Hillcroft College, Surbiton; Accessions to the Record Office 1991.

No. 5. Henry Smith & Smith's Charity; Crime & Punishment in Surrey; The Paint & Varnish Industry in Mitcham; Accessions to the Record Office 1992; Index.

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VOLUME V:

No. 1. Paper Mills Part III; Budgen - A Trading Family; Mildred Cable - From Guildford to the Gobi Desert; Accessions to the Record Office 1993.

No. 2. The Rev. Sydney Turner - A Redhill Social Worker; the Samuelson Mausoleum at Hatchford Park; The Start of the Salvation Army in Croydon; A Vertically Sliding Partition at Dorking Friends' Meeting House; Shalford & the Spitfire Fibre Jettison Fuel Tank; Accessions to the Record Office 1994.

No. 3. John Bird of Reigate & his Account Book; Mitcham Fire Brigade; Was Kingston once Moreford?; A Vertically Sliding Partition - a sequel; Wandering & Begging - Irish People in 18th.-century Surrey; Illustrations of Surrey collected by Robert Barclay of Bury Hill; Nicholas Hawksmoor at Ockham Park; Accessions to the Record Office 1995

No. 4. Rose Hill, Dorking; From the Origins of Parliament to the Reform Act, M.P.s and Elections; A Fearless and Unsparing Hand as Exhibited by Mitcham Church; Accessions to the Record Office 1996. [very few left]

No. 5. Surrey elections from the Reform Act to the Present Day; A Brief History of Cuddington; New Facilities for Surrey Historians - Surrey History Centre; Index to volume 5.

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VOLUME VI:

No. 1. Seventeenth-century wireworks in Surrey and the case of Thomas Steere; Shalford House; Norden's 1607 map of Guildford Park; Surbiton; Surrey History Service - accessions 1997 & 1998; Surrey on film

No. 2. Kenneth Gravett and Surrey Local History Council; London's and Surrey's 'Fight for the River'; A history of the telephone service in Redhill; Commemorating the fallen [Cubitts at Ranmore]; Accessions of records to Surrey History Centre in 1999

No. 3. The poll tax of 1380 for Shere and Gomshall; Mountain Dew on Hunters Dale; The excise officiers and their duties in Kingston upon Thames 1643-1803; Back numbers of Surrey History; Accessions of records to Surrey History Centre in 2000

No. 4. Early Methodism in Surrey; An addendum to 'The poll tax of 1380 for Shere and Gomshall'; Guildford Park; A sea wall in Surrey?; Violent, unnatural or suspicious deaths in Kingston upon Thames & thereabouts, coroner's inquests 1700-1750; Accessions of records to Surrey History Centre in 2001

No. 5. William Everest of Epsom; The Civil War and its aftermath: Egham and Thorpe 1642-1675; The manor and the feudal construction of space; General James Edward Oglethorpe; Accessions of records to Surrey History Centre in 2002

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VOLUME VII:

No. 1. William Cobbett and his cornhusk paper; Local history in breath and depth; Horton Hospital Epsom; Surrey History Centre accessions of records and cataloguing projects in 2003; Volume 6 Index

No. 2. Obituary Ron Davis; Memorials and Landscape; The Town Association of Guildford, part 1; John Franklin-Adams, astronomer; Deer parks in Surrey in 1892; Surrey in the Great Exhibition by John Howard; Note on 'The Manor and the Feudal Construction of Space'; Surrey History Centre accessions of records and cataloguing projects in 2004

No. 3. Surrey and the motor; Nine newly identified bounds of three contiguous manors in tenth-century Surrey charters; The Town Association of Guildford, part 2; Some notes on south west Surrey's seventeenth-, and eighteenth-century trade tokens; Lord Rosebury and his hobby; Surrey History Centre accessions of records and cataloguing projects in 2005

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VOLUME VII:

No.4. (2007):
The Blossom Air Disaster on Hankley Common; A brief Look at Brewing in Surrey; Some Notes on Surrey Tokens of the 19th and 20th Centuries; Some Public Utilities in Surrey: Water Supply; Surrey History Centre Accessions of Records in 2006.

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No.5. (2008): Sir James thornhill and Addiscombe Place; The YMCA and Guildford; Some Public Utilities in Surrey: Electricity and Gas; Accessions of Records in Surrey History Centre in 2007.

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VOLUME VIII (2009)

Muybridge in Focus: A Brief History Illustratred by the Kingston Museum Collection; Exploring Surrey's Past: Surrey Archives and Collections Online; War and Remembrance; Westbrook Revealed; Anne of Cleeves and Richmond Palace; Surrey History Centre: Accessions of Records in 2008.

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VOLUME IX (2010)

The Will and Probate Inventory of William Jubb, 1697-1739, papermaker of Ewell; James Clarke Hook RA: Letters from Churt; 'A cheery hamlet of almshouses'. Brookwood Asylum: An Early History; Nonconformity in Early Victorian Dorking; Surrey History Centre: Accessions of Records in 2009.

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VOLUME X (2011)

Henry VIII, Oatlands and Nonsuch Palace; The Water Engine House in Betchworth Park, Dorking; Recording Kingston's Past in Paint: Reginald Brill and Kingston Museum's Brill Collection; Surrey Histroy Centre: Accessions of Records in 2010; Ex-Service Welfare in Leatherhead and the Thermega Factory.

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VOLUME XI (2012)

Sir Frederick Evelyn's proposed gunpowder mill at Abinger Hammer; John Norden's Durvey of Henly Park, 1607; Portrait of Sir John Glynne and his family at Henley Park; The Thorp scrapbooks: drawings, paintings and ephemera relating to the history of Guildford, 1738-1897: their acquisition for the Surrey History Centre in July 2011; Accessions of records in Surrey History Centre, 2011

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