This publication is now out of print but continues to be highly relevant to students of Surrey's rich archaeology and history.
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In this 1986 publication, the author has made a transcription of all the extant Probate Inventories for the parish of Crondall, Hampshire from the earliest (1548) until the end of the reign of Elizabeth I (1603). (Photocopies of the transcripts are available for reference at the Farnham Museum and the Hampshire Record Office, Winchester).
This book was originally published in 1991 and is made available here by kind permission of the author.
A number of papers presented with permission of KUTAS, covering :
Excavations of Old Bridge Wharf at Kingston
Coombe HIll farmhouse
Early postal services
No 29 Market Place ( formerly Cook Row ) Kingston upon Thames
Baston's Forge and Wheelwright's, Brook Street Kingston
Picton House, Kingston upon Thames ( 1979 )
Manors of Coombe Neville ( 1979 )
Archaeology and Development in Kingston upon Thames
KUTAS 50th Anniversary Conference Talks
Research Papers of the Surrey Archaeological Society No.2.
A fairly comprehensive mesolithic survey of West Surrey, produced to record the results of observations made during many years of field work in the region under discussion, in the hope that they may be of some use in guiding future research.
A ( 1935 ) Survey covering the investigation of the gravels and their contained Paleolithic implements, as well as, as far as possible, of all the archeological material from the district, the limits of which are those shown on the series of maps accompanying this work.
The Ordnance Survey Map of Roman Britain shows five Roman roads radiating from Winchester. Three roads run west, one north to Silchester and one south to Chichester.
The Abbey of Waverley is situated upon the bank of the river Wey, in a secluded valley two miles south of Farnham, in Surrey.
This volume was issued in respect of the annual subscription for the year 1904 to the Surrey Archaeological Society by order M. S. Giuseppe, FSA Hon. Secretary
A ground plan of the Abbey is also listed here.