Recent books and articles of Surrey interest May to August 2019

Obituaries

Subterranea 50, 2019

Biographies

Honorary member Harry Pearman 1934--2019, by Paul W Sowan, 3 (obituary; writer of the Secret Tunnels series which paid a lot of attention to Surrey)
Honorary member Barbara Mary Tadd 1925--2018, by Paul W Sowan, 5 (lived in South Nutfield, Redhill and participated in industrial archaeology)

Surrey Archaeological Society Bulletin
475, 2019 Derek Renn, CBE, PhD, FIA, FSS, FSA, 25 (obituary)

Archaeologia Cantiana
140, 2019 Dorothy Johnston of Appledore: her wartime experiences and gift of the Royal

Military Canal to the National Trust, by Felicity Stimpson, 200--13 spent part of her life living in Wimbledon; late 19th/early 20th centuries)

Around & About Horsley
245, 2019 Henry Currie: Tsar of West Horsley, by June Davey, 21-25 (1828-1873)

Cobham Conservation and Heritage Trust Newsletter
54, 2019 Down memory lane – a Cobham and Downside boyhood, by Greg Hayward, 14-15

Six generations of one family in Cobham, by David Taylor, 16-17 (Foster and Sheath families)

Egham by Runnymede Historical Society Newsletter

548, 2019 Victor Charles Badois – electrical engineer & shop owner, by Richard Williams, 3-4

Garden History
47.1, 2019 Blanche Elizabeth Edith Henrey (1906--83), photographer and author rediscovered,

by Beryl Saich, 150--8 (resident of Godalming)

Industrial Archaeology News
189, 2019 George Landmann, by Mary Mills, 189 (builder of the London Bridge to Greenwich

railway in 1836)

The Montgomeryshire Collections

107, 2019 ‘A dear friend, and a loyal and devoted member of the League’: Alix Minnie Clark and the Women’s Suffrage Movement in Montgomeryshire, by Ryland Wallace, 207- -36 (ended her life living in Weybridge having spent time in Holloway prison and campaigning in the Clapham area)

Newdigate Local History Society Magazine
103, 2019 Henry Eggleton, by John Callcut, 16--18 (20th century resident)

George Edward Roffey, by Jane Lilley, 19--26 (1865-1919)

Send and Ripley History Society

266, 2019 The life of William of Ockham (C 1285-1347), by Gillian Lachelin, 12-14

Subterranea
50, 2019 Empire Jack, World War 1 tunneller, of Mole Cottage, Mickleham, and

Wonham Manor, Betchworth, Surrey, 55

Walton on the Hill & District Local History Society Newsletter
93, 2019 Mysterious speaker identified, by Pia Chamberlain, 2--3 (Bernard Langdon-Davies of

Copt Hill, Kingswood)

Archaeological Fields

Archaeological methods

Bone, Antler, Ivory & Horn: the technology of skeletal materials since the Roman period, by Arthur MacGregor, Routledge Library editions: Archaeology volume 41, Routledge, 2015 (reprint of 1985 edition) E5

Human remains in archaeology: a handbook, by Charlotte A. Roberts, CBA Practical Handbooks in Archaeology No. 19, Council for British Archaeology, 2nd edition, 2018 D3

The British Museum’s Portable Antiquities Scheme finds identifies: an illustrated guide to metal detecting and archaeological finds, by Kevin Leahy and Michael Lewis, Greenlight Publishing, 2018 F2

The Portable Antiquities Scheme Annual Report 2017, by the British Museum, Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, 2018 F2

Archaeology of sites

Neolithic, Later Bronze Age, Middle Iron Age and Medieval discoveries in Ashford and Laleham, by Graham Hayman et al, SpoilHeap Occasional Paper 9, SpoilHeap Publications, 2018 F31 ASF

Prehistoric and early medieval landscapes at North Park Farm, Bletchingley, Surrey, by Nick Marples and Rob Poulton, SpoilHeap Monograph 21, SpoilHeap Publications, 2019 F31 BLE

Analytical survey of earthworks on Gravelly Hill, Caterham and Bletchingley, by Judie English, May 2019 F31 CAT

Abbey Lodge, Abbey Gardens, Chertsey, KT16 8RQ: an archaeological evaluation, by Miranda Fulbright, Compass Archaeology, April 2018 F31 CHY

Analytical survey of earthworks at The Down, Cobham, by Judie English, February 2019 F31 COB

7 Dovecote Close, Weybridge, KT13 8PW: an archaeological evaluation, by James Aaronson, Compass Archaeology, June 2018 F31 WEY

Chalk Hill: Neolithic and Bronze Age discoveries at Ramsgate, Kent, by Peter Clark et al, Sidestone Press, 2019 F32

A Bronze Age barrow cemetery at Andover Airfield, Penton Mewsey, near Weyhill, Hampshire: excavations 2007-10, by Isca Howell et al, MOLA Archaeology Studies Series 35, Museum of London Archaeology, 2019 F35

The Pioneer Burial: a high status Anglian warrior burial from Wollaston Northamptonshire, by Ian Meadows, Archaeopress Publishing, 2019 F5

The Prittlewell princely burial: excavations at Priory Crescent, Southend-on-Sea, Essex, 2003, by Lyn Blackmore et al, MOLA Monograph 73, Museum of London Archaeology, 2019 F6

Surrey Archaeological Society Bulletin
474, 2019 Cocks Farm Abinger 2018, by Emma Corke, 2-7

475, 2019 Archaeological work at Ewell Grove School, by Nowal Shaikhley, 2-6 (Romano- British)

Grey Literature

Analytical survey of earthworks on Gravelly Hill, Caterham and Bletchingley, by Judie English, May 2019 F31 CAT

Abbey Lodge, Abbey Gardens, Chertsey, KT16 8RQ: an archaeological evaluation, by Miranda Fulbright, Compass Archaeology, April 2018 F31 CHY

Analytical survey of earthworks at The Down, Cobham, by Judie English, February 2019 F31 COB 7 Dovecote Close, Weybridge, KT13 8PW: an archaeological evaluation, by James Aaronson,

Compass Archaeology, June 2018 F31 WEY
London Archaeology
Citadel of the Saxons: the rise of early London, by Rory Naismith, I. B. Tauris & Co., 2019 P34

Current Archaeology
30.3, 2019 A tale of new cities: revealing the lives of the first modern Londoners at New Covent

Garden Market, by Bob Clarke et al, 18--24 (graveyard of St. George the Martyr, Nine

Elms, Battersea, 19th century)
30.6, 2019 Tales from the riverbank, by Carly Hilts, 2--6 (includes the Neckinger and the Wandle)

Industrial Archaeology News
189, 2019 George Landmann, by Mary Mills, 189 (builder of the London Bridge to Greenwich

railway in 1836)
On the origin of tall industrial chimneys, by Robert Carr, 13 (includes the Albion flour mill, Southwark, 1783 and the Woolwich dockyards in the early 1840s)

Industrial Archaeology Review
41.1, 2019 Stephenson’s Roundhouse in context: excavations at the Stratford Locomotive and

Carriage Works, London Borough of Newham, by Rebecca Haslam, 31--44 (refers to the New Cross Gate roundhouse on the London & Croydon Railway opened in 1839)

London Archaeologist

15.8, 2019

15.9, 2019

Post-medieval urbanisation in Holborn: excavations at 64 Lincoln’s Inn Fields, WC2, by Barbora Brederova, 224--9 (finds included fragments of post-medieval Surrey- Hampshire border white wares)
Post-medieval finds from excavations at Mercer’s Yard, Covent Garden, by Pat Miller and Jacqui Pearce, 232--8 (include Surrey-Hampshire border wares both white and red wares in the forms of bowls, dishes, a skillet, tripod Pipkins, a porringer, 5 chamber pots and London made tin glazed wares typical of 17th century Pickleherring and Rotherhithe pothouses in Southwark)

18th century cattle ‘plague’ pits: evidence from 1 Dickens Square, Southwark, by Kevin Rielly, 240--3
Requiem: remembering London’s archaeology, 1949--50, by Ivor Noel Hume, 247-- 52 (includes Bankside Power Station site, Southwark)

Excavations at St. Peter’s Church, Petersham: a wealthy post-medieval community beside the River Thames, by Suzanne Westall et al, 254--8 (26 inhumation burials) Heritage Revival, by Becky Wallower, 259--61 (Painted Hall, Greenwich; Fulham Palace and the Rose Theatre, Bankside)

St. Mary Stratford Bow Workhouse, London, E3, by Les Capon and Lucy Whittingham, 262--7 (finds include a broken Surrey-Hampshire red border ware chamber pot)
18th century innovations in cattle breeding: the evidence from Dickens Square, Southwark, by Kevin Rielly, 268--71
Mosaic: Putney prehistoric discoveries, 272

London and Middlesex Archaeological Society Newsletter
156, 2019 LAMAS 56th Conference of London Archaeologists, Museum of London, 16 March

2019, by Bruce Watson, 10-15 (included talks on Chambers Wharf, Bermondsey, the Battersea Channel and the Prehistoric Wandle valley)
Secret Rivers, by Richard Gilpin, 15-16 (includes the Neckinger and the Wandle)

Southwark and Lambeth Archaeological Society Newsletter
151, 2019 Tanner Street Park – a brief history, by Jennie Howells, 1-2 (Bermondsey)

Stonethrowers of Southwark, by Graham Dawson, 2-3 (Priory of St. Mary de Overy) Correction – in SLAS NEWS 150 the article Where was Saltflete? Should have closed as follows, 3 (medieval salt dock)
Archaeology of the Thames foreshore, by Dr. William Rathouse, 4

Prehistoric Archaeology

Neolithic, Later Bronze Age, Middle Iron Age and Medieval discoveries in Ashford and Laleham, by Graham Hayman et al, SpoilHeap Occasional Paper 9, SpoilHeap Publications, 2018 F31 ASF

Prehistoric and early medieval landscapes at North Park Farm, Bletchingley, Surrey, by Nick Marples and Rob Poulton, SpoilHeap Monograph 21, SpoilHeap Publications, 2019 F31 BLE

Chalk Hill: Neolithic and Bronze Age discoveries at Ramsgate, Kent, by Peter Clark et al, Sidestone Press, 2019 F32

A Bronze Age barrow cemetery at Andover Airfield, Penton Mewsey, near Weyhill, Hampshire: excavations 2007-10, by Isca Howell et al, MOLA Archaeology Studies Series 35, Museum of London Archaeology, 2019 F35

Mining and quarrying in Neolithic Europe: a social perspective, edited by Anne Teather et al, Neolithic Studies Group Seminar Papers 16, Oxbow, 2019 H1

Bell Beaker Settlement of Europe: the Bell Beaker phenomenon from a domestic perspective,

edited by Alex M. Gibson, Prehistoric Society Research Paper No. 9, Oxbow, 2019 H1

Antiquity
93.369, 2019 The Must Farm pile-dwelling settlement, by Mark Knight et al, 645--63 (relates Must

Farm to the Runnymede Bridge settlement)

Archaeologia Cantiana
140, 2019 A re-examination of the late nineteenth century Palaeolithic finds in the Upper Cray

area, Bromley, by Frank R. Beresford, 269--84 (includes maps of the Pleistocene evolution of the Lower Thames drainage basin, which includes Surrey)

British Archaeology
167, 2019 Middens and the end of the Bronze Age, by Kate Waddington et al, 28--33

(Runnymede Bridge is one of the sites discussed)

Current Archaeology
30.3, 2019 The last piece of the puzzle: digging the final section of Datchet’s causewayed

enclosure, by John Powell and Gareth Chaffrey, 26--32 9refers to Runnymede and the Staines causeway enclosure)

Epsom and Ewell History and Archaeology Society Newsletter
2, 2019 The archaeology of Neolithic ritual and magic in Surrey and beyond - Jon Cotton, by

Steve Nelson, 2—4

London Archaeologist
15.9, 2019 Mosaic: Putney prehistoric discoveries, 272

London and Middlesex Archaeological Society Newsletter
156, 2019 LAMAS 56th Conference of London Archaeologists, Museum of London, 16 March

2019, by Bruce Watson, 10-15 (included talks on Chambers Wharf, Bermondsey, the Battersea Channel and the Prehistoric Wandle valley)

Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society
84, 2018 Reassessing community cemeteries: cremation burials in Britain during the Middle

Bronze Age (c. 1600--1150 cal BC), by Edward Caswell and Benjamin W Roberts, 329- -57 (refers to cremation burial at Alwynds, Surrey)

Surrey Archaeological Society Bulletin

473, 2019

474, 2019 475, 2019

Project to assess the Henry Bury FSA collection of Palaeolithic artefacts from Farnham, by Christopher Taylor, 2-4
Burials reported by Sir Henry Lambert at Larklands, Banstead, by Peter Harp, 10-11 A Neolithic leaf-shaped arrowhead from Wrecclesham, by David Graham, 7

Recent developments in the archaeology of Bronze Age Surrey, by Martin Rose, 10- 16
A possible crouched or flexed inhumation burial found near Thorpe Lea Road, Egham in 1952, by Rob Briggs, 23-24

Roman Archaeology

Bone, Antler, Ivory & Horn: the technology of skeletal materials since the Roman period, by Arthur MacGregor, Routledge Library editions: Archaeology volume 41, Routledge, 2015 (reprint of 1985 edition) E5

Durovigutum: Roman Godmanchester, by H. J. M. Green, Archaeopress Roman Archaeology 33, Archaeopress Publishing, 2017 F6

The Crosby Garrett helmet, edited by David J. Breeze, Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society Extra Series No. 48, Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society, 2018 F7

Under another sky: journeys in Roman Britain, by Charlotte Higgins, Jonathan Cape, 2013 K2

Performing the Sacra: priestly roles and their organisation in Roman Britain, by Alessandra Esposito, Archaeopress Roman Archaeology 53 Archaeopress Publishing, 2019 K2

British Archaeology
168, 2019 Michael Faraday: scientist, genius, archaeologist? By Gabriel Moshenska, 40--5 (first

person to analyse the lead glaze of a ceramic vessel, image of the vessel found on a Roman site in Ewell included)

Surrey Archaeological Society Bulletin
472, 2019 Pottery collected by the late George Inwood in the Godalming area, by Judie English,

7-10
Roman Roads in Banstead, by Peter Harp, 10-11

Not a one-way street: Roman roads and “Street” place-names in Surrey, by Rob Briggs, 11-17

473, 2019 474, 2019 475, 2019

Attempting to trace the London to Winchester Roman Road using name evidence, by Rob Briggs, 5-10
Cultural continuity on the ground, by Gavin Smith, 9-11 (answer to Rob Briggs article on the London to Winchester Roman Road, Bulletin 472 and 473)

Archaeological work at Ewell Grove School, by Nowal Shaikhley, 2-6 (Romano- British)
A die 4 relief-patterned tile from Crete? A cautionary tale, by David Bird, 8-9

A Ewell-Steyning area cross-Weald Roman road? by David Bird, 16-18

Transactions of the Thoroton Society
122, 2018 The Portable Antiquities Scheme in Nottinghamshire 2018, by Alistair Willis, 55--67

(Surrey included on maps showing find distribution of Corieltavi coins, Roman birdlip brooches and bow-and-fantail brooches)

Wealden Iron Research Group Bulletin
39, 2019 Excavation of a probable ironworking site in Busbridge, Surrey, by the late George

Inwood, by Judie English, 8--13 (Romano-British pottery found)

Medieval Archaeology

Neolithic, Later Bronze Age, Middle Iron Age and Medieval discoveries in Ashford and Laleham, by Graham Hayman et al, SpoilHeap Occasional Paper 9, SpoilHeap Publications, 2018 F31 ASF

Prehistoric and early medieval landscapes at North Park Farm, Bletchingley, Surrey, by Nick Marples and Rob Poulton, SpoilHeap Monograph 21, SpoilHeap Publications, 2019 F31 BLE

Abbey Lodge, Abbey Gardens, Chertsey, KT16 8RQ: an archaeological evaluation, by Miranda Fulbright, Compass Archaeology, April 2018 F31 CHY

7 Dovecote Close, Weybridge, KT13 8PW: an archaeological evaluation, by James Aaronson, Compass Archaeology, June 2018 F31 WEY

The Pioneer Burial: a high status Anglian warrior burial from Wollaston Northamptonshire, by Ian Meadows, Archaeopress Publishing, 2019 F5

The Prittlewell princely burial: excavations at Priory Crescent, Southend-on-Sea, Essex, 2003, by Lyn Blackmore et al, MOLA Monograph 73, Museum of London Archaeology, 2019 F6

Formative Britain: an archaeology of Britain, fifth to eleventh century AD, by Martin Carver, Routledge Archaeology of Northern Europe, Routledge, 2019 MA2

The Middle Ages revisited: studies in the archaeology and history of medieval southern England and presented to Professor David A. Hinton, edited by Ben Jervis, Archaeopress Publishing, 2018 MA3

Citadel of the Saxons: the rise of early London, by Rory Naismith, I. B. Tauris & Co., 2019 P34

The Antiquaries Journal

Anglo-Saxon towers of lordship, by Michael G. Shapland, Medieval History and Archaeology, Oxford University Press, 2019 X51

98, 2018

Twelfth-century interior decoration: a discovery at Oakham Castle, Rutland, by Nick Hill and Andrea Kirkham, 115--43 (refers to the decoration of the thirteenth century great chamber in Guildford Castle and to Reigate Stone being used in a similar scheme at Westminster Hall)

The Canterbury Group of arcaded Gothic early medieval chests: a dendrochronological and comparative study, by Christopher G. Pickvance, 149--85 (refers to chests in Stoke d’Abernon, Chobham and Shere, Surrey)

Archaeologia Cantiana
140, 2019 The hive of activity at the ‘Glasshouse’ 1585--7 – a window on the development of

Knole, by Stephen Draper, 137--54 (refers to the medieval white glass from Chiddingfold, Surrey and that the Knole glassmakers used the white sand from Reigate from the 13th century; also reference to the price charged for the glass for Southwark Cathedral in the 17th century)

Cambridge Archaeological Journal
29.2, 2019 The réseau opératoire of urbanization: craft collaborations and organization in an

early medieval workshop in Ribe, Denmark, by Sarah Croix et al, 345-64 (comparison with and images of the Anglo-Saxon bucket fittings from Fetcham)

Cornish Archaeology

56, 2017 The medieval and post-medieval rabbit warrens of north-east Cornwall, by David Gould, 153--82 (refers to Henry 3rds ‘cunigera’ at Guildford in 1241)

Essex Archaeology and History

8, 2017

Medieval occupation at Robinson Road, Brightlingsea, by Kieron Heard, 64--84 (pottery finds include 3 sherds of late 14th century Kingston-type ware, 2 sherds of Surrey White ware and 2 sherds of Tudor Green ware)
Time Team’s evaluation of Colne Priory, Earls Colne, near Colchester, Essex, by Steve Thompson, 150--5 (Merton Priory’s 12th century chapter house used as a comparison)

Send and Ripley History Society
266, 2019 The life of William of Ockham (C 1285-1347), by Gillian Lachelin, 12-14

Southwark and Lambeth Archaeological Society Newsletter
151, 2019 Stonethrowers of Southwark, by Graham Dawson, 2-3 (Priory of St. Mary de Overy)

Correction – in SLAS NEWS 150 the article Where was Saltflete? Should have closed as follows, 3 (medieval salt dock)

Surrey Archaeological Society Bulletin
472, 2019 A possible pillow mound on Ashtead Common? By David Bird, 2-6

Pottery collected by the late George Inwood in the Godalming area, by Judie English, 7-10
Not a one-way street: Roman roads and “Street” place-names in Surrey, by Rob Briggs, 11-17

474, 2019 An eighteenth-century find of a late medieval coin hoard from Hook, Kingston upon Thames, by Murray Andrews, 8-9

Cultural continuity on the ground, by Gavin Smith, 9-11 (answer to Rob Briggs article

on the London to Winchester Roman Road, Bulletin 472 and 473) 475, 2019 A medieval hawking ring (vervel) from Surrey, by Simon Maslin, 7

Surrey Heritage News
August 2019 Marvel of the Month, 1 and appendix (12th century cooking pot from North Park

Farm Quarry)

Post-Medieval Archaeology

 

The Agricultural History Review
67.1, 2019 Shifts in agrarian entrepreneurship in mid-Victorian England and Wales, by Piero

Montebruno et al, 71—104 (maps of geographical distribution of cut off acreage sizes above which farmers were more likely to be owners includes Surrey and average figures given for number of employees)

The Antiquaries Journal
98, 2018 The origins of Tradescant’s ‘India Occidentali’ wooden clubs: 14C dating, material

identification and strontium isotope studies, by Joanna Ostapkowicz et al, 187--218 (part of John Tradescant’s ‘Ark’ collection in Lambeth (1656))

Archaeologia Cantiana

140, 2019

Elizabethan and early Stuart Thanet: the expansion of education provision and its impact on literacy levels, by Margaret Bolton, 53--71 (includes entry requirements to Southwark Grammar School)
The hive of activity at the ‘Glasshouse’ 1585--7 – a window on the development of Knole, by Stephen Draper, 137--54 (refers to the medieval white glass from Chiddingfold, Surrey and that the Knole glassmakers used the white sand from Reigate from the 13th century; also reference to the price charged for the glass for Southwark Cathedral in the 17th century)

Cornish Archaeology
56, 2017 The medieval and post-medieval rabbit warrens of north-east Cornwall, by

David Gould, 153--82 (refers to Henry 3rds ‘cunigera’ at Guildford in 1241)

Current Archaeology
30.3, 2019 A tale of new cities: revealing the lives of the first modern Londoners at New Covent

Garden Market, by Bob Clarke et al, 18--24 (graveyard of St. George the Martyr, Nine Elms, Battersea, 19th century)

The Local Historian
49.3, 2019 Ewell, Surrey: an enlightened village in the eighteenth century, by Alicia Grant, 239-

41 (variolation for smallpox)

London Archaeologist

Kingston upon Thames Archaeological Society Newsletter
151, 2019 Clay pipes from excavations at the Three Compasses Public House Kingston, by Steve

Nelson, 3—8

15.8, 2019

15.9, 2019

Post-medieval urbanisation in Holborn: excavations at 64 Lincoln’s Inn Fields, WC2, by Barbora Brederova, 224--9 (finds included fragments of post-medieval Surrey- Hampshire border white wares)
Post-medieval finds from excavations at Mercer’s Yard, Covent Garden, by Pat Miller and Jacqui Pearce, 232--8 (include Surrey-Hampshire border wares both white and red wares in the forms of bowls, dishes, a skillet, tripod Pipkins, a porringer, 5 chamber pots and London made tin glazed wares typical of 17th century Pickleherring and Rotherhithe pothouses in Southwark)

18th century cattle ‘plague’ pits: evidence from 1 Dickens Square, Southwark, by Kevin Rielly, 240--3
Requiem: remembering London’s archaeology, 1949--50, by Ivor Noel Hume, 247-- 52 (includes Bankside Power Station site, Southwark)

Excavations at St. Peter’s Church, Petersham: a wealthy post-medieval community beside the River Thames, by Suzanne Westall et al, 254--8 (26 inhumation burials) Heritage Revival, by Becky Wallower, 259--61 (Painted Hall, Greenwich; Fulham Palace and the Rose Theatre, Bankside)

St. Mary Stratford Bow Workhouse, London, E3, by Les Capon and Lucy Whittingham, 262--7 (finds include a broken Surrey-Hampshire red border ware chamber pot)
18th century innovations in cattle breeding: the evidence from Dickens Square, Southwark, by Kevin Rielly, 268--71

Surrey Archaeological Society Bulletin

473, 2019 The bishop and the tadpoles – water supply from Farnham Park, by David and Audrey Graham, 11-13

474, 2019 An eighteenth-century find of a late medieval coin hoard from Hook, Kingston upon Thames, by Murray Andrews, 8-9

Transactions of the Cumberland & Westmorland Antiquarian & Archaeological Society
18, 2018 ‘A Neat Gothic Edifice’: St John the Evangelist Church, Levens, by Stephen Read and Allan Steward, 263--82 (includes correspondence with Colonel and Mary Howard at

either Grosvenor Square, London or Ashtead, Surrey)

Twentieth Century Archaeology

Archaeologia Cantiana

Our convict son: Harold Brewster 1895 – 1958. A Merton Objector to conscription, by Keith Penny, Studies in Merton History 10, Merton Historical Society, 2018 P31 MRT

140, 2019

Dorothy Johnston of Appledore: her wartime experiences and gift of the Royal Military Canal to the National Trust, by Felicity Stimpson, 200--13 spent part of her life living in Wimbledon; late 19th/early 20th centuries)
The military pontoon bridge between Gravesend and Tilbury during the Great War, by Victor Smith, 298--308 (preparations began in the Surrey Docks on 17th and 18th October 1914)

Kenley Common Newsletter
May, 2019 R.A. F. Kenley and the General Strike, by Linda Duffield, 7-9

Send and Ripley History Society
266, 2019 Defending Ripley against Nazi invasion, by Alan Cooper, 10-11 (Black Bombard)

Southwark and Lambeth Archaeological Society Newsletter
151, 2019 Tanner Street Park – a brief history, by Jennie Howells, 1-2 (Bermondsey)

Archaeology of the Thames foreshore, by Dr. William Rathouse, 4

Surrey Heritage News
June 2019 Marvel of the month; 6 June 1944 “D-Day has come...” July 2019 The wartime bombing of County Hall, Kingston, appendix 1

Military Archaeology

Archaeologia Cantiana
140, 2019 The military pontoon bridge between Gravesend and Tilbury during the Great War,

by Victor Smith, 298--308 (preparations began in the Surrey Docks on 17th and 18th October 1914)

Send and Ripley History Society
266, 2019 Defending Ripley against Nazi invasion, by Alan Cooper, 10-11 (Black Bombard)

Surrey Heritage News
June 2019 Marvel of the month; 6 June 1944 “D-Day has come...”

Industrial Archaeology

Mining and quarrying in Neolithic Europe: a social perspective, edited by Anne Teather et al, Neolithic Studies Group Seminar Papers 16, Oxbow, 2019 H1

A guide to the industrial heritage of Caithness, by Mark Watson with Jenny Bruce, Association for Industrial Archaeologists, 2018 R8

A guide to the industrial heritage of Caithness, by Mark Watson with Jenny Bruce, Association for Industrial Archaeologists, 2018 R8

The archaeology of Underground mines and quarries in England, by John Barnatt, Historic England, 2019 S1

Cloth Seals. An illustrated reference guide to the identification of lead seals attached to cloth: from the British perspective, by Stuart F. Elton, Archaeopress Archaeology, 2017 S6

Archaeologia Cantiana

140, 2019

The hive of activity at the ‘Glasshouse’ 1585--7 – a window on the development of Knole, by Stephen Draper, 137--54 (refers to the medieval white glass from Chiddingfold, Surrey and that the Knole glassmakers used the white sand from Reigate from the 13th century; also reference to the price charged for the glass for Southwark Cathedral in the 17th century)

The military pontoon bridge between Gravesend and Tilbury during the Great War, by Victor Smith, 298--308 (preparations began in the Surrey Docks on 17th and 18th October 1914)

British Archaeology
168, 2019 Michael Faraday: scientist, genius, archaeologist? By Gabriel Moshenska, 40--5 (first

person to analyse the lead glaze of a ceramic vessel, image of the vessel found on a Roman site in Ewell included)

Industrial Archaeology News
189, 2019 George Landmann, by Mary Mills, 189 (builder of the London Bridge to Greenwich

railway in 1836)
On the origin of tall industrial chimneys, by Robert Carr, 13 (includes the Albion flour mill, Southwark, 1783 and the Woolwich dockyards in the early 1840s)
Buttons by the ton, 23 (A. Brown & Co. Buttons, Croydon)

Industrial Archaeology Review
41.1, 2019 Stephenson’s Roundhouse in context: excavations at the Stratford Locomotive and

Carriage Works, London Borough of Newham, by Rebecca Haslam, 31--44 (refers to the New Cross Gate roundhouse on the London & Croydon Railway opened in 1839)

Send and Ripley History Society
266, 2019 Defending Ripley against Nazi invasion, by Alan Cooper, 10-11 (Black Bombard)

The Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News October 17th 1891. The Wey near Byfleet, by Cameron Brown, 18-19 (Walsham length)

Kenley Common Newsletter
August 2019 Artefact of the month! Green lens holder for an Aldis Signal Lamp, 5 and appendix 2

(Second World War)

Subterranea 50, 2019

Honorary member Harry Pearman 1934--2019, by Paul W Sowan, 3 (obituary; writer of the Secret Tunnels series which paid a lot of attention to Surrey)
Honorary member Barbara Mary Tadd 1925--2018, by Paul W Sowan, 5 (lived in South Nutfield, Redhill and participated in industrial archaeology)

News, by Paul W Sowan and Nick Catford, 7--26 (includes Chaldon Quarries and the Reigate cave days)
Empire Jack, World War 1 tunneller, of Mole Cottage, Mickleham, and
Wonham Manor, Betchworth, Surrey, 55

Surrey Archaeological Society Bulletin

474, 2019 Experimental Industrial Archaeology – model of a donkey powered water lifter, by Jan Spencer, 14

Surrey Industrial History Group Newsletter

222, 2019

223, 2019

William Schermuly and life saving, by Peter Tarplee, 6-11 (Schermuly factory in North Cheam)
James Whitaker Wright and a local mystery, by Pam Taylor, 12--14 (ballroom under Witley Park Lake)

Vokes Engineering Ltd of Henley Park, Normandy, Guildford, by Robert Simonson, 6-- 7
The advances of technology, by Robert Bryson, 8--11 (includes the waterwheel by the Mill Theatre, Guildford and the first electric tram service in Croydon)

Sussex Industrial Archaeology Society Newsletter
183, 2019 Short Brothers Aviation at Rochester, by Elizabeth Walker, 12--13 (image of Short-

Brothers balloons at Battersea)
Assisted wiring, by Roy Plummer, 20--1 (includes information from the minutes of Croydon Borough Council in the 1930s)

Sussex Industrial History
49, 2019 Hearth and Home: sources of Sussex building materials, by Geoffrey Mead, 2--9

(includes Reigate Stone)
Turnpike survey – developments and additions, by Brian Austen, 41--7 (includes the Guildford and Arundel Turnpike and the Horsham and Epsom Trust)

Wealden Iron Research Group Bulletin
39, 2019 Excavation of a probable ironworking site in Busbridge, Surrey, by the late George

Inwood, by Judie English, 8--13 (Romano-British pottery found)

Wealden Iron Research Group Newsletter
69, 2019 The Anne Forster Firebacks, by Jeremy Hodgkinson: a review, by Helen Pearce, 69

(article in Surrey Archaeological Collections, 101, 99-114, 2018)
The confraternity of the historical investigators of the Sussex Iron Age, by Geraldine Crawshaw, 4-5 (extended out to the Surrey Weald)

Transport

Industrial Archaeology Review

41.1, 2019 Stephenson’s Roundhouse in context: excavations at the Stratford Locomotive and Carriage Works, London Borough of Newham, by Rebecca Haslam, 31--44 (refers to the New Cross Gate roundhouse on the London & Croydon Railway opened in 1839)

Sussex Industrial History
49, 2019 Turnpike survey – developments and additions, by Brian Austen, 41--7 (includes the

Guildford and Arundel Turnpike and the Horsham and Epsom Trust)

Agriculture

The Agricultural History Review
67.1, 2019 Shifts in agrarian entrepreneurship in mid-Victorian England and Wales, by Piero

Montebruno et al, 71—104 (maps of geographical distribution of cut off acreage sizes above which farmers were more likely to be owners includes Surrey and average figures given for number of employees)

London Archaeologist
15.8, 2019 18th century cattle ‘plague’ pits: evidence from 1 Dickens Square, Southwark, by

Kevin Rielly, 240--3
15.9, 2019 18th century innovations in cattle breeding: the evidence from Dickens Square,

Southwark, by Kevin Rielly, 268--71

Religion

The Antiquaries Journal
98, 2018 The Canterbury Group of arcaded Gothic early medieval chests: a

dendrochronological and comparative study, by Christopher G. Pickvance, 149--85 (refers to chests in Stoke d’Abernon, Chobham and Shere, Surrey)

Essex Archaeology and History
8, 2017 Time Team’s evaluation of Colne Priory, Earls Colne, near Colchester, Essex, by Steve

Thompson, 150--5 (Merton Priory’s 12th century chapter house used as a comparison)

Kingston upon Thames Archaeological Society Newsletter
149, 2019 Tin Tabernacles of Surrey: Updates, by Gerry Moss, 2-3 (Kingston, Malden Rushett,

New Malden, Norbiton and Surbiton)

Buildings and Architecture

The Antiquaries Journal
98, 2018 Twelfth-century interior decoration: a discovery at Oakham Castle, Rutland, by Nick

Hill and Andrea Kirkham, 115--43 (refers to the decoration of the thirteenth century

Cobham Conservation and Heritage Trust Newsletter
55, 2019 Uncovering the Brasses at St Mary’s Stoke d’Abernon, by Sue Prentice, 10--11

Surrey History
17, 2018 The Tin Tabernacles of Surrey: Part 2: Outer London Boroughs formerly in Surrey, by

Gerard P Moss, 20-40

great chamber in Guildford Castle and to Reigate Stone being used in a similar scheme at Westminster Hall)

Records of Buckinghamshire
59, 2019 The Headmaster and the architect: J F Roxburgh, J F Matthew, and Stowe School

War Memorial, by David J Critchley, 249--260 (Book of Remembrance lettered by F G Marshall of Epsom and completed in July 1951)

Vernacular Architecture

Sussex Industrial History
49, 2019 Hearth and Home: sources of Sussex building materials, by Geoffrey Mead, 2--9

(includes Reigate Stone)

Local History

Addlestone Historical Society News
139, 2019 Nineteenth century Byfleet, by Jim Allen, reported by Carol Botterill, 8—10

Around & About Horsley
245, 2019 What’s in a name? Extract from the Domesday Book for West Horsley formerly

known as ‘Orselei’, 42

Cobham Conservation and Heritage Trust Newsletter
54, 2019 West Horsley Place: the house and its history, by June Davey, 10-11

Down memory lane – a Cobham and Downside boyhood, by Greg Hayward, 14-15 Six generations of one family in Cobham, by David Taylor, 16-17 (Foster and Sheath families)

Egham by Runnymede Historical Society Newsletter

Epsom and Ewell History and Archaeology Society Newsletter

Domestic Building Research Group Surrey News
142, 2019 An unusual foundation design, by Martin Higgins, 1-5 (a barn at Moor Lane Farm,

Woking)
“Whitehall”, Malden Road, Cheam, by Ian West, 5--8
Chiddingfold Village Walk, by Joe Thompson, 8--12
Visit to Coombe Conduit House, 2pm Saturday 1st June 2019, by Joan Butler, 12—15

Our convict son: Harold Brewster 1895 – 1958. A Merton Objector to conscription, by Keith Penny, Studies in Merton History 10, Merton Historical Society, 2018 P31 MRT

55, 2019 Uncovering the Brasses at St Mary’s Stoke d’Abernon, by Sue Prentice, 10--11 Down memory lane – over 100 years of Downside Sports Day, by Lorna Joyce, Julie Mainwaring and Tony Mainwaring, 14--15
Crow Gables – the short history of a Cobham house, by Felicity Hain Welstead, 16— 17

548, 2019 A brewery and a banking crisis (cont. from March issue), by Jocelyn Barker, 3 (Runnymede Brewery)

Victor Charles Badois – electrical engineer & shop owner, by Richard Williams, 3-4 The Egham Museum – celebrating 50 years – part 6, by Richard Williams, 4—5

2, 2019 The archaeology of Neolithic ritual and magic in Surrey and beyond - Jon Cotton, by Steve Nelson, 2--4

The King’s Arms, 144 East Street, Epsom, by Steve Nelson, 4—6

Garden History
47.1, 2019 Blanche Elizabeth Edith Henrey (1906--83), photographer and author rediscovered,

by Beryl Saich, 150--8 (resident of Godalming)

Industrial Archaeology News
189, 2019 Buttons by the ton, 23 (A. Brown & Co. Buttons, Croydon)

Kenley Common Newsletter
May, 2019 R.A. F. Kenley and the General Strike, by Linda Duffield, 7-9

Kingston upon Thames Archaeological Society Newsletter
149, 2019 Tin Tabernacles of Surrey: Updates, by Gerry Moss, 2-3 (Kingston, Malden Rushett,

New Malden, Norbiton and Surbiton)

The Local Historian
49.3, 2019 House style: the politics, conventions and practices of house naming in nineteenth-

century Cheltenham, by John Simpson, 194--206 (map shows that two place names from Surrey were commemorated in nineteenth century Pittville house names) Ewell, Surrey: an enlightened village in the eighteenth century, by Alicia Grant, 239- 41 (variolation for smallpox)

Local History News
132, 2019 Societies, 23--26 (includes information on current contents in the Horley Local

History Society Newsletter and the Project Purley Journal)

The Montgomeryshire Collections

107, 2019 ‘A dear friend, and a loyal and devoted member of the League’: Alix Minnie Clark and the Women’s Suffrage Movement in Montgomeryshire, by Ryland Wallace, 207- -36 (ended her life living in Weybridge having spent time in Holloway prison and campaigning in the Clapham area)

Newdigate Local History Society Magazine

103, 2019

Open Space Ezine, July 2019

Boy’s home at Boothlands, by John Callcut, 4--6 (1939)
Further memories, by Gordon Monk (Part 2), 6--18 (20th century resident) The village 96 years ago, by Jane Lilley, 31--39 (Newdigate)

Village greens in the balance warns Open Spaces Society, by Chris Beney, 1/5-2/5 (includes Leach Grove Wood, Leatherhead)

Records of Buckinghamshire
59, 2019 The Headmaster and the architect: J F Roxburgh, J F Matthew, and Stowe School

War Memorial, by David J Critchley, 249--260 (Book of Remembrance lettered by F G Marshall of Epsom and completed in July 1951)

Send and Ripley History Society
266, 2019 Defending Ripley against Nazi invasion, by Alan Cooper, 10-11 (Black Bombard)

The life of William of Ockham (C 1285-1347), by Gillian Lachelin, 12-14

Letters, 16-17 (images by Send artist Denis Somerfield of Send and Ripley)
The Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News October 17th 1891. The Wey near Byfleet, by Cameron Brown, 18-19 (Walsham length)

Surrey Archaeological Society Bulletin
472, 2019 A possible pillow mound on Ashtead Common? By David Bird, 2-6

Pottery collected by the late George Inwood in the Godalming area, by Judie English, 7-10

Roman Roads in Banstead, by Peter Harp, 10-11

Not a one-way street: Roman roads and “Street” place-names in Surrey, by Rob Briggs, 11-17
A prone burial found atop the Hog’s Back in 1951, by Rob Briggs, 18-22

473, 2019

Project to assess the Henry Bury FSA collection of Palaeolithic artefacts from Farnham, by Christopher Taylor, 2-4
Attempting to trace the London to Winchester Roman Road using name evidence, by Rob Briggs, 5-10

Burials reported by Sir Henry Lambert at Larklands, Banstead, by Peter Harp, 10-11 The bishop and the tadpoles – water supply from Farnham Park, by David and Audrey Graham, 11-13
Where was Woodham? By Rob Briggs, 15-19

Surrey History
17, 2018 Some thoughts on the early development of Cobham, by David Taylor, 1-16

Surrey in the Great War: a county remembers, by Kirsty Bennett and Imogen Middleton, 16-19
The Tin Tabernacles of Surrey: Part 2: Outer London Boroughs formerly in Surrey, by Gerard P Moss, 20-40
Accessions received in Surrey History Centre, 2017, edited by Michael Page, County Archivist, 41-66

Surrey Industrial History Group Newsletter

222, 2019

223, 2019

William Schermuly and life saving, by Peter Tarplee, 6-11 (Schermuly factory in North Cheam)
James Whitaker Wright and a local mystery, by Pam Taylor, 12-14 (ballroom under Witley Park Lake)

Vokes Engineering Ltd of Henley Park, Normandy, Guildford, by Robert Simonson, 6-- 7

Transactions of the Cumberland & Westmorland Antiquarian & Archaeological Society
18, 2018 ‘A Neat Gothic Edifice’: St John the Evangelist Church, Levens, by Stephen Read and Allan Steward, 263--82 (includes correspondence with Colonel and Mary Howard at

either Grosvenor Square, London or Ashtead, Surrey)

Walton on the Hill & District Local History Society Newsletter
93, 2019 Mysterious speaker identified, by Pia Chamberlain, 2--3 (Bernard Langdon-Davies of

Copt Hill, Kingswood)

Place Name

The Local Historian

49.3, 2019 House style: the politics, conventions and practices of house naming in nineteenth- century Cheltenham, by John Simpson, 194--206 (map shows that two place names from Surrey were commemorated in nineteenth century Pittville house names)

Garden History

Garden History

Surrey Archaeological Society Bulletin
475, 2019 On Reigate and Cherchefelle place names, by Jan Burbridge, 18-22

47.1, 2019

Tempted by the temple: revealing gardens through the early travels of the Newdigates, 1747-48, by Michael Cousins, 3-22 (references Oatlands, Weybridge, Esher, Claremont and Painshill)
Pieter de la Court der Voort and innovations in pineapple cultivation in early eighteenth century gardens, by Lisa Johnson, 23--41 (mentions Matthew Decker, Sheriff of Surrey who was the first to establish a reliable method of growing pineapples in England in his Richmond garden)

The Darwin family’s kitchen garden at The Mount, Shrewsbury, 1838--65, by Susan Campbell, 74--103 (one of the nurserymen seeds were ordered from was Waterer’s in Bagshot)
Blanche Elizabeth Edith Henrey (1906--83), photographer and author rediscovered, by Beryl Saich, 150--8 (resident of Godalming)

The Montgomeryshire Collections

107, 2019 Powis Castle Kitchen garden: death and rebirth, by Rachael Jones, 111--124 (refers to the garden named “Orchards” in Surrey, designed by Gertrude Jekyll)

Date published: 
2019-08 August