Worked flints found in fieldwork (1978) by Ann Watson. (145)
Two sherds of RB pottery, a few small pieces of iron slag, and flint-tempered pottery found in fieldwork by Ann Watson.(145)
Excavation (Mar 1978) by M.G. O'Connell for SyAS and DOE located LBA or EIA pottery and associated features in an area much disturbed in modern times. (155)
Site watching by M.J. Alexander for Guildford Museum revealed only late pits.
Excavation and site recording by Deirdre Dendy and M.J. Alexander for Guildford Museum of a 14th century arch and early medieval pits and pottery.
Excavation by R.J. Poulton for SyAS, Guildford Museum and DOE (second season, 1978; first 1974 by H. Woods). Plan of nave of church (much damaged) and a large number of burials recovered, including that of a young girl in a lead coffin in the church. (151; SyAS Research Report 00)
Excavation (1975-6) by Barbara Blatchford and Audrey Monk for the Guildford Group of SyAS produced worked prehistoric flints, a RB sherd and 13th/14th century pottery as well as later material. (132)
Excavation (1975-6) by Barbara Blatchford and Audrey Monk for the Guildford Group of SyAS produced two features with flint, chalk and tile fragments and associated 13th/14th century pottery, a burnt area with associated late 12th/ 13th century pottery, and several later features. (132)
Excavation (1975-6) by Barbara Blatchford and Audrey Monk for the Guildford Group of SyAS located pottery from the 13th century onwards, but no certain medieval features. (132)
Excavation (1976-7) by G. Hayes for the Guildford Group of SyAS recovered 13th to 19th century pottery and other objects, but no features were seen. (136)