Books and Articles relevant to Surrey received by the SyAS Library between December 2019 and March 2020

Archaeology

Council for British Archaeology
February 2020 Communication and participation in archaeology survey 2020: the results!

Obituaries

British Archaeology
171, 2020 Requiem, compiled by Mike Pitts, 52--55 (includes John Hampton, vice-president of

Surrey Archaeological Society who died in October 2019 aged 97)

Egham-by-Runnymede Historical Society Newsletter
555, 2020 Donald (Don) Mummery – an appreciation, by Richard Williams, 5 (Obituary: lived in

Englefield Green)

Medieval Pottery Research Group Newsletter
83, 2016 Phil Jones, by Lorraine Mepham, 1 (obituary)

Surrey Archaeological Society Bulletin
477, 2019 John Hampton OBE FSA, by David Bird, 21--2 (obituary)

Biographies

Around & About Horsley
247, 2019 Sir Henry Enfield Roscoe at Woodcote Lodge, by June Davey, 21--5 (Surrey People;

1890s)

Egham-by-Runnymede Historical Society Newsletter
557, 2020 A brief history of Albert Buske, by his granddaughter Carole Spurdon, 4--5 (born in

1877 and resident in Englefield Green)

Farnham & District Museum Society Journal
19.1, 2020 A Farnham character – George Baxter, by Cyril Trust, 12--13 (20th century)

Gardens Trust News
11, 2019 Mavis Batey and Oxford, by David Lambert, 17--19 (lived in Farnham in 1950s and was

part of the campaign to save Painshill Park)

Kenley Common Newsletter
February, 2020 Paul Farnes DFM, AE (16th July, 1918 – 28th January, 2020), by David Meanwell, 2 and

insert 1, (oral history transcript)

Leatherhead & District Local History Society Newsletter
December, Historical Report: Geoff Barkway – a modest man, by Bill Whitman, 14-15 (Bookham 2019 resident in 20th century)

Oral History Interview: Joan Ethel Burnett 1915-2005, by Edwina Vardey, 22-30 (Nurse)

Oral History Interview: Gladys Lillian Mooring, 1900-1997, by Edwina Vardey, 30-3 (Ashtead resident)

Wimbledon Society Newsletter
March, 2020 Notes around the table, 5 (includes information on Gerard de Visme who

commissioned Wimbledon Lodge (Southside) and lived there until his death in 1797)

Send & Ripley History Society
269, 2019 Alfred David Balcombe – the Send Grocer, by Alan Cooper, 8--11 (20th century)

Archaeology of sites

Lagham Park Historic Landscape Survey South Godstone, Surrey by Rob Briggs, Sebastian Jones and Eleanor Salkeld, Surrey Historic Environment Record, Surrey County Council, 2020 H1F31 GFD

A medieval punishment cemetery at Weyhill Road, Andover, Hampshire by K. E. Walker, Sharon Clough and Jeremy Clutterbuck, Cotswold Archaeology Monograph No. 11, Cotswold Archaeology, 2020 F35

A prehistoric burial mound and Anglo-Saxon cemetery at Barrow Clump Salisbury Plain, Wiltshire: English Heritage and Operation Nightingale excavations 2002-14 by Phil Andrews et al, Wessex Archaeology Monograph 40, Wessex Archaeology, 2019 F42

Wiltshire: report and proceedings of the 162nd summer meeting of the Royal Archaeological Institute in 2016, compiled by David A. Hinton et al, Supplement to the Archaeological Journal volume 174 for 2017, The Royal Archaeological Institute, 2017 F42 (filed with Journals)

The medieval Exe Bridge, St Edmund’s Church, and excavation of waterfront houses, Exeter by Stewart Brown, Devon Archaeological Society Monograph 1/ Exeter Archaeological Reports volume 6, Devon Archaeological Society, 2019 F43

The Staffordshire Hoard: an Anglo-Saxon treasure, edited by Chris Fern et al, Research Reports of the Society of Antiquaries of London No. 80, Society of Antiquaries of London, 2019 F5

Berryfields: Iron Age settlement and a Roman bridge, field system and settlement along Akeman Street near Fleet Marston, Buckinghamshire edited by Edward Biddulph et al, Oxford Archaeology

Monograph no. 30, Oxford Archaeology, 2019 F6

Farnham and District Museum Society Journal
18.12, 2019 Report on a geophysical survey at Northbrook, Bentley, Hants, by David Graham,

235-8 (Late Bronze Age ringwork)

Surrey Archaeological Collections

102, 2019

Mesolithic, Iron Age and Saxon findings from excavations at Esher Park Avenue, Esher, by David Saxby, 1--41
Excavations at 78 Eden Street, Kingston upon Thames, 2016--17, by Oliver Good, 71- -101 (Saxon, medieval and post-medieval)

Activity within the prehistoric landscape of the Surrey chalk downland, Cherkley Court, Leatherhead, by Ian Hogg, 103--29
A 3rd century AD cremation cemetery at Franklands Drive, near Addlestone, by Michael Henderson and Isca Howell, 131--68

Prehistoric ploughing and post-medieval occupation at 7-9 Holland Street, Bankside, Southwark, by Antony Francis and David Saxby, 191--226
Archaeological investigations at the former George Payne Ltd site, 57 Croydon Road, Beddington, by Sarah Porteus et al, 227--242

Excavations on the site of a Late Bronze Age settlement at Cambridge House, Renfrew road, Kingston upon Thames, 1986--7, by David Field, 243--55
Further discoveries on the site of the Roman villa at Walton on the Hill, by Wayne Weller, 257--64

Prehistoric features at the Onslow Park and Ride facility, Guildford, by Andrew Simmonds, 273--6

Grey Literature

Dendrochronological analysis of oak timbers from Doggetts, Nutfield, Surrey, England, by Andy Moir, Tree-Ring Services Report: RHDO/39/19, 2019 F31 NUT

London Archaeology

The Antiquaries Journal

Lagham Park Historic Landscape Survey South Godstone, Surrey by Rob Briggs, Sebastian Jones and Eleanor Salkeld, Surrey Historic Environment Record, Surrey County Council, 2020 H1F31 GFD

A bath house, settlement and industry on Roman Southwark’s North Island: excavations along the route of Thameslink Borough Viaduct and at London Bridge Station, by Victoria Ridgeway et al, Thameslink Monograph Series No. 1, OAPCA, 2019 F31 SOU

99, 2019

London’s waterfront 1100-1666: summary of the findings from four excavations that took place from 1974 to 1984, by John Schofield, 63-94 (plan of excavations since 1970 includes 4 on the South Bank of the Thames; illustrations of pottery includes Surrey-Hampshire border wares; tin glazed tiles came from kilns on the south bank of the river)

Visualising Hugh May’s Eltham Lodge, by Paul Drury et al, 297--345 (cupola compared to one at Eagle House, Mitcham c. 1705)

Current Archaeology

29.11, 2019 29.12, 2019 30.2, 2019

Investigating London’s man of mystery, 13 (Bermondsey skeleton 15th or early16th century)
Exploring the lives of London’s 19th- century poor, 9 (New Covent Garden Market, Nine Elms, Battersea)

Battling Old Father Thames: the Thames Discovery Programme at ten, by Eliott Wragg et al, 26--31

London Archaeologist

15.11, 2020

The impact of industrialisation on London Health, by Gaynor Western and Jelena Bekvalac, 303--8 (includes an image of mob football at Kingston-upon-Thames in 1846)
Mapping London’s archaeology, by Adam Corsini, 310--1 (Shows how to search for information on Nonsuch Palace)

Excavations at Empire Warehouse, Bankside: new evidence of bear-baiting in Southwark, 1522--1682, by Les Capon and Kevin Rielly, 312--20 (medieval finds

include Surrey whiteware, coarse Surrey-Hampshire border ware and Kingston type ware)
America Square revisited: MOLA Academy of Archaeological Specialist Training (MAAST), by Jacqui Pearce, 322--7 (finds include 18th century Surrey-Hampshire border redware in the form of chamber pots)

London and Middlesex Archaeological Society Newsletter
158, 2020 The LAMAS Book Prize, by Roger Chapman, 15--16 (winner was Merton Historical

Society’s “Our Convict Son: Harold Brewster 1895--1958 – a Merton objector to conscription” by Keith Penny)

Post-Medieval Archaeology

53.2, 2019

In view and under foot: the hidden story of fallow deer, knuckle-bone floors and British estates, by Christopher Ward et al, 157--71 (includes 8 Tyers Gate, Bermondsey, 25-47 Lant Street Southwark and the Chertsey Tea House, Surrey)
An important 16th-century finds assemblage from ‘Moorfields’, Liverpool Street, London, by Rachel S Cubbit et al, 225--65 (finds included a soft leather drawstring bag similar in shape to one found with a large quantity of early 16th century finds at Abbots Lane, Southwark; a two piece buckle comparable to a Southwark example from the first half 16th century; buckle plates showing make shift repairs similar to ones from Southwark comparatively plain combs as are ones from 16th and 17th century Southwark; the ratio of whittle tang to scale tang knives comparable with 16th, 17th century Southwark; 57 sherds of Surrey-Hampshire border wares and 42 sherds of Surrey-Hampshire border wares with green glaze)

Surrey Industrial History Group Newsletter
225, 2020 One Thames or two? The archaeology of London’s river, by Jon Cotton, report by

Celia Gregory, 17--18 and 20 (includes an image of the Battersea Shield c. 350—50 BC)

Prehistoric Archaeology

A prehistoric burial mound and Anglo-Saxon cemetery at Barrow Clump Salisbury Plain, Wiltshire: English Heritage and Operation Nightingale excavations 2002-14 by Phil Andrews et al, Wessex Archaeology Monograph 40, Wessex Archaeology, 2019 F42

Berryfields: Iron Age settlement and a Roman bridge, field system and settlement along Akeman Street near Fleet Marston, Buckinghamshire edited by Edward Biddulph et al, Oxford Archaeology Monograph no. 30, Oxford Archaeology, 2019 F6

Making one’s way in the world: the footprints and trackways of prehistoric people, by Martin Bell, Oxbow, 2020 G

Houses of the Dead? edited by Alistair Barclay, David Field and Jim Leary, Neolithic Studies Group Seminar Papers 17, Oxbow, 2020 H1

The Archaeological Journal
176, 2019 Histories of deposition: creating chronologies for the Late Bronze Age – Early Iron

Age transition in Southern Britain, by Kate Waddington et al, 84--133 (includes the Runnymede Bridge site and Petters Sports Field)

Cobham Conservation & Heritage Trust Newsletter
57, 2020 The Ockham Bronze Age hoard, by Veronica and Tony Burke, 22—3

Current Archaeology
31.1, 2020 Arms and the man: reconstructing the life and times of an Iron Age warrior, by Amy

Roberts and Portia Tremlett, 30--6 (refers to the Iron Age Waterloo Helmet dredged from the Thames in the 19th century)

Surrey Archaeological Collections

Farnham and District Museum Society Journal
18.12, 2019 Report on a geophysical survey at Northbrook, Bentley, Hants, by David Graham,

235-8 (Late Bronze Age ringwork)

Send & Ripley History Society
269, 2019 Forty years ago –and today, by Cameron Brown, 3--7 (Abinger pit dwelling and

Norman motte)

102, 2019

Mesolithic, Iron Age and Saxon findings from excavations at Esher Park Avenue, Esher, by David Saxby, 1--41
From findspot to site: a spatial examination of the Mesolithic resource in Surrey, by Michael Simmonds et al, 43--69

Activity within the prehistoric landscape of the Surrey chalk downland, Cherkley Court, Leatherhead, by Ian Hogg, 103--29
Prehistoric ploughing and post-medieval occupation at 7-9 Holland Street, Bankside, Southwark, by Antony Francis and David Saxby, 191--226

Archaeological investigations at the former George Payne Ltd site, 57 Croydon Road, Beddington, by Sarah Porteus et al, 227--242
Excavations on the site of a Late Bronze Age settlement at Cambridge House, Renfrew road, Kingston upon Thames, 1986--7, by David Field, 243--55

A complete lower rotary quern from Chilworth, and how it assists in understanding the morphology of Lodsworth stone querns, by Ruth Shaffrey, 265--71
Prehistoric features at the Onslow Park and Ride facility, Guildford, by Andrew Simmonds, 273--6

A flint scraper from near Wotton, showing a ground surface, by Christopher Taylor and Keith Winser, 277--8
A Palaeolithic bout coupe type handaxe from Westway, Caterham, by Christopher Taylor, 279—81

Surrey Archaeological Society Bulletin
477, 2019 Project to assess the Henry Bury FSA collection of Palaeolithic artefacts from Farnham,

by Rose Hooker and Christopher Taylor, 4
Shedding new light on prehistoric pottery from Weston Wood, by Helen Chittock, 11

Roman Archaeology

A bath house, settlement and industry on Roman Southwark’s North Island: excavations along the route of Thameslink Borough Viaduct and at London Bridge Station, by Victoria Ridgeway et al, Thameslink Monograph Series No. 1, OAPCA, 2019 F31 SOU

Berryfields: Iron Age settlement and a Roman bridge, field system and settlement along Akeman Street near Fleet Marston, Buckinghamshire edited by Edward Biddulph et al, Oxford Archaeology Monograph no. 30, Oxford Archaeology, 2019 F6

Current Archaeology
29.12, 2019 Roman lead coffins recovered in Surrey, 10

Surrey Archaeological Collections
102, 2019A 3rd century AD cremation cemetery at Franklands Drive, near Addlestone, by Michael

Henderson and Isca Howell, 131—68
Further discoveries on the site of the Roman villa at Walton on the Hill, by Wayne Weller, 257--64

Surrey Archaeological Society Bulletin
477, 2019 Holt Pound: an early Roman religious site on the Surrey/Hampshire border, by David

Graham and Anne Sassin, 2--3

Medieval Archaeology

A medieval punishment cemetery at Weyhill Road, Andover, Hampshire by K. E. Walker, Sharon Clough and Jeremy Clutterbuck, Cotswold Archaeology Monograph No. 11, Cotswold Archaeology, 2020 F35

A prehistoric burial mound and Anglo-Saxon cemetery at Barrow Clump Salisbury Plain, Wiltshire: English Heritage and Operation Nightingale excavations 2002-14 by Phil Andrews et al, Wessex Archaeology Monograph 40, Wessex Archaeology, 2019 F42

The medieval Exe Bridge, St Edmund’s Church, and excavation of waterfront houses, Exeter by Stewart Brown, Devon Archaeological Society Monograph 1/ Exeter Archaeological Reports volume 6, Devon Archaeological Society, 2019 F43

The Staffordshire Hoard: an Anglo-Saxon treasure, edited by Chris Fern et al, Research Reports of the Society of Antiquaries of London No. 80, Society of Antiquaries of London, 2019 F5

The ancient ways of Wessex: travel and communication in an early medieval landscape, by Alexander Langlands, Windgather Press, 2019 L4

Building the late mediæval Suffolk parish church, by Simon Cotton, The Suffolk Institute of Archaeology and History, 2019 MB55

The glass vessels of Anglo-Saxon England c. AD 650-1100, by Rose Broadley, Oxbow, 2020 S4

The Antiquaries Journal

99, 2019

London’s waterfront 1100-1666: summary of the findings from four excavations that took place from 1974 to 1984, by John Schofield, 63-94 (plan of excavations since 1970 includes 4 on the South Bank of the Thames; illustrations of pottery includes Surrey-Hampshire border wares; tin glazed tiles came from kilns on the south bank of the river)

Exiled to Holy Trinity Church, Sutton Coldfield, Warwickshire: the refugee Marian choir stalls from Worcester Cathedral, by Nicholas Riall, 187--224 (similar brackets

for bench supports also found in the fireplace overmantle at Bletchingley Manor, attributed to Robert Trinquet, now in Reigate and also found at Loseley Park; claw feet on consoles to support pillars in a fireplace found at Reigate Priory, dated late 1540s to early 1550s)

British Archaeology
166, 2019 What have designations done for us? The Dartmoor experience, by Tom Greeves,

52--5 (suggests Richmond Park, which contains earthwork relics of lanes and farmed

landscapes of medieval Surrey could be an ecocultural Zone)
170, 2020 Archangels and dragons, by Mike Sharp, 12 (refers to the 12th century Doom

Painting in Chaldon Church, Surrey)

Devon Archaeological Society Proceedings
76, 2018 Earlsbury: a comital residence in Exeter, by Robert Higham, 141--85 (refers to the

Godwin’s, the Earls of Wessex, town houses in Guildford and Southwark and to St Olaf’s in Southwark)

Farnham & District Museum Society Journal
19.1, 2020 Farnham’s archaeological mysteries – number 1, by David Graham, 10--11 (Norman

castles)

The Leicestershire Archaeological and Historical Society Transactions
93, 2019 The twelfth-century aisled hall of Leicester Castle: a re-assessment, by Nick Hill, 123-

-67 (refers to Farnham Castle with aisles of 2.6 metres in its hall)

Local History Records: the Journal of the Bourne Society
100, 2020 Tracing Chipstead’s two Norman manors, by Jon Grant, 63--6

London Archaeologist

15.11, 2020

Mapping London’s archaeology, by Adam Corsini, 310--1 (Shows how to search for information on Nonsuch Palace)
Excavations at Empire Warehouse, Bankside: new evidence of bear-baiting in Southwark, 1522---1682, by Les Capon and Kevin Rielly, 312--20 (medieval finds include Surrey whiteware, coarse Surrey-Hampshire border ware and Kingston type ware)

Medieval Archaeology

63.1, 2019

63.2, 2019

re-evaluating the Quoit brooch style: economic and cultural transformations in the 5th century AD, with an updated catalogue of known Quoit brooch style artefacts, by Ellen Swift, 1--55 (includes an image of a late roman buckle with a bird and includes information on a 5th century Orpington--type brooch from Mitcham) Medieval Britain and Ireland in 2018. Portable Antiquities Scheme report, edited by John Naylor, 403--24 (includes a copper- alloy penny from Southwark issued under the auspices of James III of Scotland (1460-88))

Medieval Settlement Research
34, 2019 The development of settlements and the routes through the Weald c. 1000--1500,

with a case-study of a secondary ‘Pilgrim Route’ in Sussex, by Gillian Draper, 1--21 (refers to the Weald in Surrey)

Send & Ripley History Society

269, 2019 Forty years ago –and today, by Cameron Brown, 3--7 (Abinger pit dwelling and Norman motte)

Southwark and Lambeth Archaeological Society Newsletter
153, 2020 The Chapel of St Thomas on Old London Bridge, by Clive Chambers, 6

Surrey Archaeological Collections

102, 2019

Excavations at 78 Eden Street, Kingston upon Thames, 2016--17, by Oliver Good, 71- -101 (Saxon, medieval and post-medieval)
The Surrey group of pin-hinged, clamped, medieval chests: a comparative study of the chests at Chobham, Godalming, Shere and Stoke d’Abernon, 169--89 Archaeological investigations at the former George Payne Ltd site, 57 Croydon Road, Beddington, by Sarah Porteus et al, 227--242

Surrey Archaeological Society Bulletin

477, 2019

478, 2020

Guildown and Ashtead: early medieval gallows – or ‘mortuary houses’? by Rob Briggs, 5--7
Data for an early Anglo-Saxon census of southern Britain released, by Sue Harrington, 10--11

Hunting the chief lodge of Guildford Park, by Rob Briggs, 14--18
Guildown: landscape contexts of the first phase of a cemetery, by Rob Briggs, 2--6 (medieval)
Holy Cross Roads, by Giles Graham-Brown, 7 (Reigate’s medieval roads)

Post-Medieval Archaeology

The Agricultural History Review

67.2, 2019

Decline and disparkment: management trends in English deer parks, 1500-1750, by Robert Liddiard, 175--202 (refers to the sale of Guildford Park in 1630)
‘A garden to every cottage’: cottage gardens and the nineteenth- century agricultural labourer, by Danae Tankard, 227--48 (refers to Gertrude Jekyll’s view of cottage gardens in “Old West Surrey” published in 1904, to the 1887 Ashtead show when the King’s Yeomanry Band played, to technical glasses on gardening held in Ashtead from 1891--7, to gardening talks held in Farnham and to the lack of housing for agricultural labourers in Surrey)

The Antiquaries Journal

99, 2019

London’s waterfront 1100-1666: summary of the findings from four excavations that took place from 1974 to 1984, by John Schofield, 63-94 (plan of excavations since 1970 includes 4 on the South Bank of the Thames; illustrations of pottery includes Surrey-Hampshire border wares; tin glazed tiles came from kilns on the south bank of the river)

Exiled to Holy Trinity Church, Sutton Coldfield, Warwickshire: the refugee Marian choir stalls from Worcester Cathedral, by Nicholas Riall, 187--224 (similar brackets for bench supports also found in the fireplace overmantle at Bletchingley Manor, attributed to Robert Trinquet, now in Reigate and also found at Loseley Park; claw feet on consoles to support pillars in a fireplace found at Reigate Priory, dated late 1540s to early 1550s)

Visualising Hugh May’s Eltham Lodge, by Paul Drury et al, 297--345 (cupola compared to one at Eagle House, Mitcham c. 1705)

Current Archaeology
29.11, 2019 Investigating London’s man of mystery, 13 (Bermondsey skeleton 15th or early16th

century)

London Archaeologist

15.11, 2020

The impact of industrialisation on London Health, by Gaynor Western and Jelena Bekvalac, 303--8 (includes an image of mob football at Kingston-upon-Thames in 1846)
America Square revisited: MOLA Academy of Archaeological Specialist Training (MAAST), by Jacqui Pearce, 322--7 (finds include 18th century Surrey-Hampshire border redware in the form of chamber pots)

 

Post-Medieval Archaeology

53.2, 2019

In view and under foot: the hidden story of fallow deer, knuckle-bone floors and British estates, by Christopher Ward et al, 157--71 (includes 8 Tyers Gate, Bermondsey, 25-47 Lant Street Southwark and the Chertsey Tea House, Surrey) Great Moor Farm, Sowerton, Devon; the recording and excavation of a 16th – and 17th century farmhouse, by John R L Thorp and Nat Alcock, 186--224 (finds included sherds from two ointment jars of Surrey--Hampshire ware imported between 1610 and 1650)

An important 16th-century finds assemblage from ‘Moorfields’, Liverpool Street, London, by Rachel S Cubbit et al, 225--65 (finds included a soft leather drawstring bag similar in shape to one found with a large quantity of early 16th century finds at Abbots Lane, Southwark; a two piece buckle comparable to a Southwark example from the first half 16th century; buckle plates showing make shift repairs similar to ones from Southwark comparatively plain combs as are ones from 16th and 17th century Southwark; the ratio of whittle tang to scale tang knives comparable with 16th, 17th century Southwark; 57 sherds of Surrey-Hampshire border wares and 42 sherds of Surrey-Hampshire border wares with green glaze)

Report of the Portable Antiquities Scheme 2017, by Laura Burnett and Robert Webley, 284-91 (includes the upper part of a pipe tamper frame from Surrey: SUR- A8554E)

53.3, 2019

Post-medieval fieldwork in Britain, Ireland and the Channel Islands in 2018, by Stephanie Ostrich, 312--418 (includes reports of fieldwork on sites in Croydon, Merton, Richmond, Southwark, Sutton, East Molesey, Farnham and Reigate)

Surrey Archaeological Collections
102, 2019 Excavations at 78 Eden Street, Kingston upon Thames, 2016--17, by Oliver Good, 71-

-101 (Saxon, medieval and post-medieval)
Prehistoric ploughing and post-medieval occupation at 7-9 Holland Street, Bankside, Southwark, by Antony Francis and David Saxby, 191--226

Surrey Archaeological Society Bulletin
477, 2019 Hidden objects and old buildings, by Simon Maslin, 18--20 (concealed artefacts from

16th century building in Nutley)

Twentieth Century Archaeology

In the shadow of the Great War: Surrey 1914-1922, edited by Kirsty Bennett et al, The History Press, 2019 P31

Epsom & Ewell History & Archaeology Society Newsletter
1, 2020 Some war time photos of Epsom, by Steve Nelson, 2--3 (2nd World War)

Merton Historical Society Bulletin
212, 2019 A drug store in Merton in the early twentieth century, by Norma Cox, 10--11

The post-war camp on Prince George’s playing fields, by David Haunton, 14--15 (Merton)

The Agricultural History Review
67.2, 2019 Decline and disparkment: management trends in English deer parks, 1500-1750, by

Landscape Archaeology

Lagham Park Historic Landscape Survey South Godstone, Surrey by Rob Briggs, Sebastian Jones and Eleanor Salkeld, Surrey Historic Environment Record, Surrey County Council, 2020 H1F31 GFD

 

Robert Liddiard, 175--202 (refers to the sale of Guildford Park in 1630)
32.7, 2020 Case File: Devastating blow for greens, 5--6 (Leach Grove Wood, Leatherhead)

Southwark and Lambeth Archaeological Society Newsletter
153, 2020 Railways in Southwark and Lambeth, by Richard Malins on 12-11-19, 2--3

Archaeology in Southwark, 2019, by Gill King on 10th December 2019, 3--4 The Thames Tideway Tunnel, by Stella Bicklemann on 14-5-19. Archaeological excavations at Chambers Wharf, 5
The Chapel of St Thomas on Old London Bridge, by Clive Chambers, 6

Surrey Archaeological Society Bulletin
478, 2020 Lagham Park, South Godstone, historic landscape survey report, by Rob Briggs, 8—

10

Military Archaeology

Kenley Common Newsletter
February, 2020 Paul Farnes DFM, AE (16th July, 1918 – 28th January, 2020), by David Meanwell, 2 and

insert 1, (oral history transcript)

Industrial Archaeology

Redland News: 75th Anniversary issue, edited by Malcolm Davison, Redland PLC, December 1994 S1 The glass vessels of Anglo-Saxon England c. AD 650-1100, by Rose Broadley, Oxbow, 2020 S4

Domestic Buildings Research Group Surrey Newsletter
144, 2020 Mathematical Tiles: notes on the DBRG Annual lecture 2019 presented by Ian West,

by Joe Thompson, 12—16

Industrial Archaeology News
192, 2020 More about Jumbo, by Robert Carr, 6 (East Greenwich Gas Holder)

Local History Records: the Journal of the Bourne Society

Open Spaces

100, 2020 Surrey Iron Railway, 71--2

Richmond Local History Society Newsletter
103, 2020 Factory records: Martin Stilwell highlights the forgotten industrial history of Kew and

North Richmond, 4—5

Southwark and Lambeth Archaeological Society Newsletter
153, 2020 Railways in Southwark and Lambeth, by Richard Malins on 12-11-19, 2--3

The Thames Tideway Tunnel, by Stella Bicklemann on 14-5-19. Archaeological excavations at Chambers Wharf, 5

Surrey Archaeological Collections
102, 2019 A complete lower rotary quern from Chilworth, and how it assists in understanding

the morphology of Lodsworth stone querns, by Ruth Shaffrey, 265--71

Surrey History
XVIII, 2019 Production of agricultural lime in an area of southern Surrey, by Judie English, 1--10

The Pottery at Charles Hill, Elstead, by Janet Wardle, 21—32

Surrey Industrial History Group Newsletter

225, 2020

Potteries, brickworks and potters of Kingston upon Thames and environs, by Norma Cox, 8--13
One Thames or two? The archaeology of London’s river, by Jon Cotton, report by Celia Gregory, 17--18 and 20 (includes an image of the Battersea Shield c. 350—50 BC)

The advance of technology (continued), by Jon Cotton, 7

Wimbledon Society Newsletter
March, 2020 From moving targets to fitted sheets, by Charles Toase, 4 (includes the Wimbledon

Sheet invented by David Shuttleworth Brown in 1907 and the Running Deer on wheels designed by Sir Edwin Landseer in 1863 for the National Rifle Association on Wimbledon Common)

Numismatics

Medieval Archaeology
63.2, 2019 Medieval Britain and Ireland in 2018. Portable Antiquities Scheme report, edited by

John Naylor, 403--24 (includes a copper- alloy penny from Southwark issued under the auspices of James III of Scotland (1460-88))

Transport

Surrey Archaeological Society Bulletin
478, 2020 Holy Cross Roads, by Giles Graham-Brown, 7 (Reigate’s medieval roads)

Making one’s way in the world: the footprints and trackways of prehistoric people, by Martin Bell, Oxbow, 2020 G

The ancient ways of Wessex: travel and communication in an early medieval landscape, by Alexander Langlands, Windgather Press, 2019 L4

Agriculture

The Agricultural History Review

67.2, 2019

Decline and disparkment: management trends in English deer parks, 1500-1750, by Robert Liddiard, 175--202 (refers to the sale of Guildford Park in 1630)
‘A garden to every cottage’: cottage gardens and the nineteenth- century agricultural labourer, by Danae Tankard, 227--48 (refers to Gertrude Jekyll’s view of cottage gardens in “Old West Surrey” published in 1904, to the 1887 Ashtead show when the King’s Yeomanry Band played, to technical glasses on gardening held in Ashtead from 1891--7, to gardening talks held in Farnham and to the lack of housing for agricultural labourers in Surrey)

Rural History Today
38, 2020 Fowl Collection, by James P. Bowen, 1 and 8 (The Poultry Club of Great Britain was

established in 1877 at the Crystal Palace Poultry Show)

Religion

Building the late mediæval Suffolk parish church, by Simon Cotton, The Suffolk Institute of Archaeology and History, 2019 MB55

Buildings and Architecture

A history of Saint Nicholas church, Great Bookham, by William Whitman, 2nd edition, 2019 P31 BKM.G

A history of the churches of Bramley and Grafham & Wonersh and Blackheath, by Alan Bott, Alan Bott, 2020 P31 BRA

The Antiquaries Journal

99, 2019

Exiled to Holy Trinity Church, Sutton Coldfield, Warwickshire: the refugee Marian choir stalls from Worcester Cathedral, by Nicholas Riall, 187--224 (similar brackets for bench supports also found in the fireplace overmantle at Bletchingley Manor, attributed to Robert Trinquet, now in Reigate and also found at Loseley Park; claw feet on consoles to support pillars in a fireplace found at Reigate Priory, dated late 1540s to early 1550s)

Visualising Hugh May’s Eltham Lodge, by Paul Drury et al, 297--345 (cupola compared to one at Eagle House, Mitcham c. 1705)

Egham-by-Runnymede Historical Society Newsletter
555, 2020 Lost buildings of Staines, by Nick Pollard given on November 28th 2019, report

number 330 by J. Williams, 2

Historic England Valentine’s Day, 2020

100 Places – Homes & Gardens (includes RHS Wisley)
100 Places – Sports & leisure (includes All England Club)
Five Quirky post-war pubs listed (includes The Wheatsheaf, Camberley)
5 historic places that mark LGBTQ Love and Pride (includes St. Ann’s Court, Surrey)

The Leicestershire Archaeological and Historical Society Transactions

93, 2019 The twelfth-century aisled hall of Leicester Castle: a re-assessment, by Nick Hill, 123- -67 (refers to Farnham Castle with aisles of 2.6 metres in its hall)

Local History Records: the Journal of the Bourne Society 100, 2020 Vanishing houses, 69 (images)

Vernacular Architecture

Dendrochronological analysis of oak timbers from Doggetts, Nutfield, Surrey, England, by Andy Moir, Tree-Ring Services Report: RHDO/39/19, 2019 F31 NUT

Domestic Buildings Research Group Surrey Newsletter

Send & Ripley History Society
269, 2019 Visit to George Abbot’s Hospital, Guildford, by Cameron Brown, 12--15

144, 2020

Carpenter’s marks on a 17th century dwelling, by Chris Reynolds, 1--4 (96 High Street, Bletchingley)
Revisiting the home of William Mullins, 58 to 61 West Street, Dorking, by Martin Higgins, 5--9 (17th century)

Grove Cottage, Cheam Road, Ewell, 9--12
Mathematical Tiles: notes on the DBRG Annual lecture 2019 presented by Ian West, by Joe Thompson, 12--16

Vernacular Architecture

50, 2019

Local History

Fifty Years of vernacular architecture: what has changed? By Nat Alcock, 7-9 (refers to crown-post roofs appearing in Surrey after 1400)
New insights into timber framing in Shropshire: findings from the Tilley Timber Project, by Andy Moir, George Nash and Alastair Reid, 4-0-52 (compares the fan trusses with those from Surrey dated between 1452 and 1468)

Tree-Ring date lists 2019, edited by Nat Alcock and Cathy Tyers
List 306: Tree-ring dates from Tree-Ring Services, by Dr Andy Moir, 94--9 (includes Old Manor Cottage, Ash Green and The Royal Oak, Trinity Churchyard, Guildford)

In the shadow of the Great War: Surrey 1914-1922, edited by Kirsty Bennett et al, The History Press,

2019 P31

A history of Saint Nicholas church, Great Bookham, by William Whitman, 2nd edition, 2019 P31 BKM.G

A history of the churches of Bramley and Grafham & Wonersh and Blackheath, by Alan Bott, Alan Bott, 2020 P31 BRA

Redland News: 75th Anniversary issue, edited by Malcolm Davison, Redland PLC, December 1994 S1

Addlestone Historical Society News
141, 2019 From shops to a chateau, by Sheila Binns, 8-10 (William Henry Crossland, architect of

the Holloway Sanatorium)
142, 2020 The Duchess of York and the Grotto at Oaklands, by Jocelyn Baker, 5--6

Mills and mayhem, by David Baker, 6--8 (Weybridge Mills 1813)

555, 2020

557, 2020

Lost buildings of Staines, by Nick Pollard given on November 28th 2019, report number 330 by J. Williams, 2
Donald (Don) Mummery – an appreciation, by Richard Williams, 5 (Obituary: lived in Englefield Green)

Rusham & Stroude, by Jill Williams, 2
St. John’s Church, Egham – 200th anniversary, 3 (church clock repairs in 1933)
A brief history of Albert Buske, by his granddaughter Carole Spurdon, 4--5 (born in 1877 and resident in Englefield Green)

Emile Zola’s exile in Surrey 1898-1899, by David King, 9--10 (stayed in Weybridge)

Around & About Horsley
247, 2019 Sir Henry Enfield Roscoe at Woodcote Lodge, by June Davey, 21--5 (Surrey People;

1890s)

British Archaeology,
170, 2020 Archangels and dragons, by Mike Sharp, 12 (refers to the 12th century Doom

Painting in Chaldon Church, Surrey)

Cobham Conservation & Heritage Trust Newsletter
57, 2020 Down memory lane: Cobham’s Dad’s Army! – Memories of the local Home Guard, by

Graeme Austin, 12--13 (Second World War)

The Ockham Bronze Age hoard, by Veronica and Tony Burke, 22--3

Coulsdon Commons Newsletter
March 2020 Keeping it wild since 1883, 2 (purchased in 1883 from Edmund Byron, Lord of the

Manor of Coulsdon)

Egham-by-Runnymede Historical Society Newsletter

Epsom & Ewell History & Archaeology Society Newsletter
1, 2020 Some war time photos of Epsom, by Steve Nelson, 2--3 (2nd World War)

The bandstands of Surrey – a correction, by Jeff Cousins, 4—5

Farnham & District Museum Society Journal
19.1, 2020 Farnham’s archaeological mysteries – number 1, by David Graham, 10--11 (Norman

castles)
A Farnham character – George Baxter, by Cyril Trust, 12--13 (20th century)

Holmesdale Natural History Club Bulletin
125, 2019 Reigate Literary and Scientific Institution, by Gerry Moss, 4

Leatherhead & District Local History Society Newsletter
December, Historical Report: Geoff Barkway – a modest man, by Bill Whitman, 14-15 (Bookham 2019 resident in 20th century)

Oral History Interview: Joan Ethel Burnett 1915-2005, by Edwina Vardey, 22-30 (Nurse)
Oral History Interview: Gladys Lillian Mooring, 1900-1997, by Edwina Vardey, 30-3 (Ashtead resident)

Local History News
134, 2020 Horley Local History Society, by Doug Cox, 21—2

Local History Records: the Journal of the Bourne Society

100, 2020

Shopping in Sanderstead village: the rise of the supermarket and how shopping changed, by Ken Harman, 7--18
Court ‘Godstone’ No 4877: branch of the London United District of the Ancient Order of Foresters Friendly Society, by Graham Brooks, 39--42 (20th century) Celebrating Queen Victoria’s Jubilee June 1887, by Gwyneth Fookes, 43--50 Tracing Chipstead’s two Norman manors, by Jon Grant, 63--6

Vanishing houses, 69 (images) Surrey Iron Railway, 71--2

London and Middlesex Archaeological Society Newsletter
158, 2020 The LAMAS Book Prize, by Roger Chapman, 15--16 (winner was Merton Historical

Society’s “Our Convict Son: Harold Brewster 1895--1958 – a Merton objector to conscription” by Keith Penny)

Merton Historical Society Bulletin

212, 2019 213, 2020

Open Spaces 32.7, 2020

A drug store in Merton in the early twentieth century, by Norma Cox, 10--11 The post-war camp on Prince George’s playing fields, by David Haunton, 14--15 (Merton)
‘Merton Park Studios’, by David Haunton, 5
History of the Haydon’s Road chemist’s shops, by Norma Cox, 12--13 (South Wimbledon)
The shops: change over 128 years, by Norma Cox, 13--15 (Haydon’s Road, South Wimbledon)

Case File: Devastating blow for greens, 5--6 (Leach Grove Wood, Leatherhead)

Richmond Local History Society Newsletter

103, 2020

270, 2020

Factory records: Martin Stilwell highlights the forgotten industrial history of Kew and North Richmond, 4—5

Ripley Rifle Club by Alan Cooper, 6--12 (early 20th century)
Send Institute, by Clare McCann, Janet and Trevor Tice, 12--14 (started in 1885) Send and Ripley 100 years ago January – February 1920, by Phil Davie, 15
The tragic story of Ernst Boecklen (1904--1943), by Alan Cooper, 22--4 (buried in Ockham (All Saints) Churchyard)
Museum: new acquisitions, by Clare McCann, 24 (cufflinks depicting Josiah Wedgwood’s seal for the anti-slavery campaign, 1787)

Send & Ripley History Society
269, 2019 Forty years ago –and today, by Cameron Brown, 3--7 (Abinger pit dwelling and

Norman motte)

Alfred David Balcombe – the Send Grocer, by Alan Cooper, 8--11 (20th century)

Visit to George Abbot’s Hospital, Guildford, by Cameron Brown, 12--15 Centenary of Send Recreation Ground, by Linda Parker-Picken, 18—20

Surrey Heritage
December, Marvel of the month: Guildford High Street, 1/3-3/3 2019

Surrey History

XVIII, 2019

Production of agricultural lime in an area of southern Surrey, by Judie English, 1--10 North Surrey and the 1918 Spanish Flu, by Brian Parsons, 11--20
The Pottery at Charles Hill, Elstead, by Janet Wardle, 21--32
Accessions received in Surrey History Centre, 2018, edited by Michael Page, County Archivist, 33—56 ( includes material on John Butler, Sir William More of Loseley, Surrey pageants, Suffrage, politics, World War 1 and World War 2, health and welfare, nurseries and the Gentleman’s Magazine)

Walton on the Hill & District Local History Society Newsletter
96, 2020 Fire watching at St. Andrews, by Pia Chamberlain, 2--3 (Second World War)

Walton’s white émigré, by Lorraine Spindler, 3--6 (Prince Serge Obolensky)

The Wimbledon Society Newsletter

December,

2019 March, 2020

Place Name

Where was Merton Hall? By Charles Toase, 4 (Merton Hall Farm) Brigade of Guards Polo Club, by Charles Toase, 4 (Hurlingham) Fire Station clock, by Charles Toase, 5 (1829)

From moving targets to fitted sheets, by Charles Toase, 4 (includes the Wimbledon Sheet invented by David Shuttleworth Brown in 1907 and the Running Deer on wheels designed by Sir Edwin Landseer in 1863 for the National Rifle Association on Wimbledon Common)

Notes around the table, 5 (includes information on Gerard de Visme who commissioned Wimbledon Lodge (Southside) and lived there until his death in 1797)

The place-names of Leicestershire. Part eight: rivers, roads, folk, analyses, overview, index, by Barrie Cox, The Survey of English Place-Names volume XCIII, English Place-Name Society, 2019 Q2

Garden History

The Agricultural History Review

67.2, 2019

‘A garden to every cottage’: cottage gardens and the nineteenth- century agricultural labourer, by Danae Tankard, 227--48 (refers to Gertrude Jekyll’s view of cottage gardens in “Old West Surrey” published in 1904, to the 1887 Ashtead show when the King’s Yeomanry Band played, to technical glasses on gardening held in Ashtead from 1891--7, to gardening talks held in Farnham and to the lack of housing for agricultural labourers in Surrey)

Gardens Trust News

11, 2019

Open Spaces 32.7, 2020

Mavis Batey and Oxford, by David Lambert, 17--19 (lived in Farnham in 1950s and was part of the campaign to save Painshill Park)
The Garden History Society and the conservation of parks and gardens, by Mavis Batey, 1990, 20--8 (refers to Painshill Park and the Webb Estate in Purley)

Case File: Devastating blow for greens, 5--6 (Leach Grove Wood, Leatherhead)

Date published: 
2020-03 March