Excavation (1976) by J.A. Janaway for the Godalming Group of SyAS revealed only disturbed soil with medieval to 19th century pottery. (131)
Excavation (1976) by J.A. Janaway for the Godalming Group of SyAS located 17th century features. (131; check SyAC 85)
Excavation (1978) by K.D. Graham for Farnham and District Museum Society located parts of probably 16th and 17th century buildings and a number of Mesolithic flakes, below the remains of a known early 19th century hop kiln. (148)
Excavation by D Graham for Surrey and Hants Border Archaeological Group in advance of redevelopment failed to locate the medieval town ditch, but produced evidence which suggested that this site lay outside the medieval town. (160)
Excavation by D Graham for Surrey and Hants Border Archaeological Group located probably EIA pits and eight scattered gold staters after an initial discovery by a metal detector user.
Observation of topsoil removal for an oil drilling site, by D G Bird for SCC, proved negative.
Recording by L Draper of a previously unknown iron-working furnace site relating to the West End bay, revealed in roadworks. A clay area about 3m long and 1m high was seen in section, containing highly burnt 5cm thick bricks and flanked by rough sandstone blocks still in situ. (183 and SIHG 15)
Trial trenching by K D Graham for Farnham Museum Society in advance of development near the known RB site was negative.
Excavation by K D Graham and Anna Mercer for the Farnham Museum Society and Waverley District Council of a probably 17th century tile kiln producing a variety of tiles. (actually medieval)
Excavation by J R Turner for Haslemere Group of SyAS of part of the south side of the nave revealed no trace of a previous church, but it was not possible to dig right alongside the south wall footing. A series of greensand floors, some lime-washed, were noted, and tentatively dated from the 12th to the mid-13th centuries. (187)