Croydon Bibliographies for Regional Survey March 1999
 
Number 25 Library Accessions ISSN 0309 - 8591
 
Published irregularly at Croydon by the Croydon Natural History and Scientific Society Limited, registered office : 96a Brighton Road, SOUTH CROYDON, Surrey CR2 6AD

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ARCHAEOLOGY (including INDUSTRIAL ARCHAEOLOGY)

ALEXANDER, Mary (1999). The siege of Guildford in 1206. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc, 327, 4-5.

ALLEN, Tim (1999). Copperas, the first major chemical industry in England. Ind Archaeol News, 108, 2-3.

ANON (1999). De Witt kilns. The Wheelbarrow, 47, page 3. [Amberley Chalk Pits Museum, Sussex]

BOWSHER, J.M.C. (1998). 61 High Street, Croydon. London Borough of Croydon. An archaeological excavation report. NGR: TQ 3233 6536. Site code: HCY98. Museum of London Archaeology Service: 49pp.

BROWN, Graham (1999). Technophiles and technophobes. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc, 327, 13-14.

CLINCH, Mike (1999). Hangman's Wood deneholes. Newsl Kent Underground Res Group, 60, 1-2. [Essex]

COWIE, Robert (1998). Marmi Works, Grafton Road, Croydon. London Borough of Croydon. An archaeological watching brief. NGR: TQ 3146 6601. Site code: GRF98. Museum of London Archaeology Service: 11pp.

CROCKER, Glenys (1999). Watercourses and mill sites in the Manor of Chilworth: research in progress. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc, 328, 5-8.

DAVISON, Jim (1999). Part of a bronze axe from Croydon. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc, 327, 14-15. [Croham Hurst]

DAVISON, Jim (1999). Part of a Bronze Age axe from Croydon. Bull Croydon Nat Hist Sci Soc, 107, page 8. [Croham Hurst]

DYER, Steve (1999). Excavations at Hopeless Moor, Seale. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc, 327, 5-6.

ELTON, Ann (1998). Fawke Common. Newsl Kent Archaeol Soc, 42, page 5.

GARNER, Keith, Robin SANDERSON, Paul W. SOWAN, et al. (1998). Reigate stone recording and research: interim report. Historic Royal Palaces Surveyor of the Fabric's Department: 57pp + 24 pls + appendices.

GRAHAM, David (1999). Stop press - Farnham pin stolen. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc, 327, page 4.

GRAY, Peter (1998). Farmsteads and farm buildings in Surrey. A preliminary survey. Surrey County Council: xvi + 66pp.

HAYMAN, Graham, et al. (1998). Archaeological investigation of historic Surrey towns. Dorking. Surrey Archaeol Coll, 85, 61-96.

HODGE, Christine (1998). The castles of Kent No. 4: Queenborough Castle. Newsl Kent Archaeol Soc, 42, 2-4.

JONES, Phil (1998). Towards a type series of medieval pottery in Surrey. Surrey Archaeol Coll, 85, 211-238.

LE GEAR, R.F. (1999). Subsidence at Nelson Road, Gillingham, Kent. Newsl Kent Underground Res Group, 60, page 3.

MITCHELL, Alan (1999). Tree dating. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc, 327, 11-12.

NICOLSON, Nigel (1998). The Battle of the Medway AD 43. Newsl Kent Archaeol Soc, 42, 1-2.

OLIVIER, A.C.H. (1994). Archaeology review 1993-94. English Heritage: (ii) + 72pp.

OLIVIER, A.C.H. (1997). Archaeology review 1996-97. English Heritage: (ii) + 107pp.

PERKINS, Dave (1998). The Abbey Farm training excavation, Phase 3 (1998). Newsl Kent Archaeol Soc, 42, 4-5.

POULTON, Rob, et al. (1998). Archaeological investigation of historic Surrey towns. Chertsey. Surrey Archaeol Coll, 85, 3-60.

POULTON, Rob, et al. (1998). Archaeological investigation of historic Surrey towns. Farnham. Surrey Archaeol Coll, 85, 97-157.

POULTON, Rob, et al. (1998). Archaeological investigation of historic Surrey towns. Godalming. Surrey Archaeol Coll, 85, 159-209.

POULTON, Rob (1998). Archaeological investigation of historic Surrey towns. Introduction. Surrey Archaeol Coll, 85, 1-2.

POULTON, Rob (1998). Historic towns in Surrey. Some general considerations. Surrey Archaeol Coll, 85, 239-242.

POULTON, Rob (1999). Fieldwork by the Surrey County Archaeological Unit during 1998. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc, 328, 8-14.

PUCKETT, John (1999). Tophill Farm deneholes. Newsl Kent Underground Res Group, 60, page 1.

ROYCROFT, Niall (1998). Land adjacent to 30 Onslow Gardens, Sanderstead, London CR2. London Borough of Croydon. An archaeological watching brief. NGR: TQ 3431 6126. Site code: ONW98. Museum of London Archaeology Service: ii + 13pp.

SANDERSON, Robin W. (1998). Reigate stone. Notes on its occurrence, character & use. IN: Keith GARNER, et al., Reigate stone recording and research: interim report, 23-42.

SAXBY, Dave (1998). 49 - 61 High Street, Croydon. London Borough of Croydon. An archaeological evaluation. Site code: HCY98. NGR: TQ 3233 6535. Museum of London Archaeology Service: iii + 24pp.

SHEPHEARD, Chris (1999). Conservation award for home of Wey barges. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc, 327, page 14.

SIMCO, Angela (1998). Monuments Protection Programme. The clay industries. Step 1 report. English Heritage: 212pp.

SOLLAS, W.J. (1913). Paviland Cave: an Aurignacian station in Wales. J Roy Anthropol Inst, 43, 325-374 + pls. xxi-xxiv.

SOWAN, Paul W. (1998). Quarrying Reigate stone. IN: Keith GARNER, et al., Reigate stone recording and research: interim report, Appendix 1: 9pp.

SOWAN, Paul W. (1999). Tunnel surveying observatories. The Brighton Circular 25(1), 28-29.

THORNE, Paul (1999). Subsidence at Shaws Campsite, Cudham Lane North, Cudham (nr. Biggin Hill.) Newsl Kent Underground Res Group, 60, page 6.

TUCKER, Steve (1994). A23 Coulsdon inner relief road, Coulsdon. London Borough of Croydon. An archaeological evaluation. Site code: PIG94. TQ: 3015988 294584. Museum of London Archaeology Service: ii + 47pp.

WAINWRIGHT, G.J. (1989). Archaeology review 1988-89. English Heritage: (ii) + 56pp.

WAINWRIGHT, G.J. (1990). Archaeology review 1989-90. English Heritage: (ii) + 62pp.

WAINWRIGHT, G.J. (1992). Archaeology review 1991-92. English Heritage: (ii) + 60pp.

WARD, Alan (1998). Experimental archaeology No. 3. Newsl Kent Archaeol Soc, 42, 5-6. [Pottery making]

WILLIAMS, David (1999). The Gainsford livery badge from Chelsham. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc, 327, 1-4.

WILLIAMS, Richard (1999). Monuments Protection programme - Surrey limekilns. Newsl Surrey Ind Hist Group, 108, page 5.

WILLIAMS, Richard (1999). Surrey limekilns. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc, 327, page 13.

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GENERAL / GEOGRAPHY / PLANNING / CONSERVATION / REFERENCE

CARLETON-REEVES, Kevin (1999). Trees at 197 Church Road. Norwood Rev, 145, 12-13.

CROYDON LB, [1999], The way we live now. A profile of poverty in Croydon. Summary document. LB Croydon / Croydon Health Authority: 30 + 21pp.

ENGLISH HERITAGE (1998). Buildings at risk. London 1998. English Heritage: vi + 209pp. [8th edn. of list for London]

GASTER, Chris (1999). Bromley Council notes. Norwood Rev, 145, 7-8.

GODDARD, Philip (1999). A cultural Mecca at Crystal Palace? Norwood Rev, 145, 11-12.

HAYHURST, Ruth (1999). Confront or communicate? Tackling vandalism in the woods. Wood Warbler, 23, 6-7.

KENYON, David (1999). London & regional Properties Ltd. The developers of the Crystal Palace site. Who are they? Norwood Rev, 145, 9-10.

KNOX, J.W., and E.K. WEATHERFIELD (1999). The application of GIS to irrigation and water resource management in England and Wales. Geograph J, 165(1), 90-98.

PUBLIC RECORD OFFICE (1997). Maps in the Public Record Office. Public Record Office Records Information 91: 4pp.

WILLIAMS, Richard (1999). Monuments Protection Programme - Surrey limekilns. Newsl Surrey Ind Hist Group, 108, page 5.

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GEOLOGY / EARTH SCIENCES

BRISTOW, R., R. MORTIMORE and C. WOOD (1999). 'Lithostratigraphy for mapping the Chalk of southern England' by Bristow et al. (1997): discussion. Proc Geologists' Assoc, 110(1), 68-72.

FAWCETT, William (?1879). Report of the Weald series of excursions of the Geologists' Association … being a sketch of the geology of the country from the London Tertiary Basin to the summit of the Weald. Reprinted from Proceedings of the Geologists' Association 6(5): 13pp.

FLINN, Derek, Neil F. GLASSER, and Michael J. HAMBREY (1999). 'Subglacial meltwater channels at Thurstaston Hill, Wirral, and their significance for Late Devensian ice sheet dynamics' by Glasser & Hambrey (1998): an alternative interpretation. Proc Geologists' Assoc, 110(1), 73-76.

GALES, A., and J. HANCOCK (1999). 'Lithostratigraphy for mapping the Chalk of southern England' by Bristow et al. (1997): discussion. Proc Geologists' Assoc, 110(1), 65-68.

GRAY, Lesley, et al. (1999). Harnessing meteorological data. NERC News, Spring 1999, 22-23.

KILBURN, Charles (1999). Wild weather around Winchester. NERC News, Spring 1999, 18-19.

KNIGHT, Jasper (1999). Problems of Irish drumlins and Late Devensian ice sheet reconstruction. Proc Geologists' Assoc, 110(1), 9-16.

KNOX, R.W.O'B. (1999). Anomalous cross-bedding directions in the late Aptian Lower Greensand of southern England and their possible correlative significance. Proc Geologists' Assoc, 110(1), 77-80.

LEWIS, Simon G., James ROSE, and Hilary DAVIES (1999). Pre-Anglian fluvial and Anglian glaciogenic sediments, Knettishall, Suffolk, England. Proc Geologists' Assoc, 110(1), 17-32.

MUSSON, Roger (1999). Historical earthquakes in Britain. NERC News, Spring 1999, 16-17.

PEACOCK, D.C.P., and D.J. SANDERSON (1999). Deformation history and basin-controlling faults in the Mesozoic sedimentary rocks of the Somerset coast. Proc Geologists' Assoc, 110(1), 41-52.

ROSE, J., J.A. LEE, B.S.P. MOORLOCK and R.J.O. HAMBLIN (1999). The origin of the Norwich Brickearth: micro-morphological evidence for pedological alteration of sandy Anglian Till in northeast Norfolk. Proc Geologists' Assoc, 110(1), 1-8.

SUMBLER, M.G., and R.J. WYATT (1999). Correlation of the Bathonian (Middle Jurassic) succession in the Minchinhampton - Burford district: a critique of Wyatt (1996.) Proc Geologists' Assoc, 110(1), 53-64.

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LOCAL HISTORY

AKPAN, Eloise (1999). A boarder at Fidelis Convent in 1934. Norwood Rev, 145, 14-17.

BENN, Tony, et al. (1999). Surrey: seed-bed of Christian socialism. 350th anniversary of the True Levellers on St. George's Hill. … Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc, 328, 1-5.

CARR, Rob (1999). Woolwich Arsenal and railways. Newsl GLIAS, 180, page 7.

CLARKE, Nigel J. (1996). Adolf Hitler's home counties holiday snaps. Luftwaffe target reconnaissance German aerial photography 1939 - 1942. Berkshire Essex Kent London Surrey Sussex. Lyme Regis: Nigel J. Clarke Publications: 111pp.

CLOW, Don (1999). Pedestrian subways. Newsl GLIAS, 180, 7-8.

CLUBE, J.R. (1998). The Long House, Ashtead. Proc Leatherhead District Loc Hist Soc, 6(2), 33-36.

COLLINS, Gerald (1999). A locomotive turntable with ball bearings. The Brighton Circular, 25(1), page 6.

COOK, Keith (1999). 'Marjoe', or wheeltapping days on the 'Brighton.' The Brighton Circular, 25(1), 22-23.

CROCKER, Alan (1999). Alexander Raby - ironmaster. Newsl Surrey Ind Hist Group, 108, 13-14.

CROCKER, Alan (1999). Things damnable! Newsl Leatherhead District Loc Hist Soc, 1/99, page 2. [Tillingbourne valley paper-making and gunpowder]

CROCKER, Glenys (1999). The representation of Chilworth gunpowder mills on Seller's map of Surrey (c. 1679) and the evidence of Sir Jonas Moore. Newsl Surrey Ind Hist Group, 108, 14-15

CROSBY, Alan (1999). Documenting the cultural heritage. Loc Hist News, 50, page 3.

DAVIES, H.J. (1998). The Manor of Ashtead. Part 1 1066 - 1189. Proc Leatherhead District Loc Hist Soc, 6(2), 41-45.

FARRANTS, Dick (1999). Signalling School, Fairfield, Croydon. The Brighton Circular 25(1), page 4.

FRIGGENS, Greta (1998). Local studies centres. The Local Studies Librarian 17(2), 8-11.

HEATH, Linda (1998). The old pipe organs of Leatherhead Parish Church. Proc Leatherhead District Loc Hist Soc, 6(2), 37-41.

HOWE, Bill (1999). The Crowhurst spur. The Brighton Circular, 25(1), page 25.

HOWE, Bill (1999). The Ouse viaduct. The Brighton Circular, 25(1), 24-25. [Sussex: origin of bricks for railway viaduct on the Brighton line]

KNOWLES, H.G. (1998). Leatherhead's railway stations. Proc Leatherhead District Loc Hist Soc, 6(2), 46-52.

LANCASTER, Brian (1999). Double identity: another map rediscovered. Croydon's parochial assessment map of 1838. Bull Croydon Nat Hist Sci Soc, 107, 1-4.

LIGHT, Martin (1999). The story of roads. Beckenham Historian, 317, page 6.

MARSHALL, Lawrie (1999). Collecting 'Brighton' locomotive photographs / the mystery of B2X No. 316. The Brighton Circular, 25(1), 26-27 and 30.

MARX, Klaus (1999). The 'Black Book': concluded. The Brighton Circular, 25(1), 34-35.

MARX, Klaus (1999). Brighton locomotive store sidings. East Grinstead (Part 1.) The Brighton Circular, 25(1), 7-13. [Includes two photographs and three track layout diagrams.]

MILLS, Mary (1999). Greenwich Railway gas works. Newsl GLIAS, 180, 10-12.

NISBET, Kath (1999). The Shirley poppy. Spring Park Activities News, 560, 12-13. [Rev. William Wilks]

OLIVER, Richard (1998). Railways, cyclists and the purple plague. Sheetlines, 53, 37-45.

PORTER, Dale H. (1998). The Thames Embankment. Environment, technology, and Society in Victorian London. Akron: University of Akron Press: xvi + 319pp.

RIMMER, David (1998). The organisation of local studies: a permissive approach. The Local Studies Librarian, 17(2), 11-13.

SECHIARI, Jeff (1999). The Swan brewery, Leatherhead. Mellersh and Neale - the Reigate brewery. Newsl Leatherhead District Loc Hist Soc, 1/99, 5-8.

SHARPE, Monica (1999). Croham Hurst School 1899 - 1999. Time present and time past. Chichester: Phillimore: xiii + 129pp. £ 25.

STUTTARD, J.C. (edr.) (1998). History of Fetcham. Leatherhead & District Local History Society: xi + 148pp.

TAYLOR, Clare (1999). Eighteenth-century creoles on the Kent and Surrey border. Beckenham Historian, 317, 4-5.

TURNER, Simon (1999). Coal to Sheffield Park. The Brighton Circular, 25(1), 36-39.

WELLINGS, Nick (1999). The 1911 Steam Vessels Bill. The Brighton Circular, 25(1), 14-20.

WICKHAM, James, and Joe CHURCHER (1999). Silence brings echoes of first moments of tragedy. Croydon Advertiser, 5 March 1999, page 4. [10th anniversary of train crash at Purley, 4th March 1989]

WINKWORTH, D.W. (1999). Hastings line dieselisation. Back-Track, 13(3), 126-131.

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MUSEUMS

ELLIS, Peter (1999). Enjoy the pleasures of a "lifetime" in Croydon! Beckenham Historian, 317, page 3. [Clocktower /Museum]

MILLER, Robert (1999). Four Victorians and a museum: an unofficial history of the founding of the Imperial War Museum 1917 - 1922. Farr Out Publications: (iv) + 102pp.

RADNEDGE, Aidan (1999). Time stands still as museum needs cash. Croydon Advertiser, 19 February 1999, page 11. [LB Croydon's 'Lifetimes' museum at the Clocktower]

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NATURAL HISTORY

AKSOY, A., et al. (1999). Towards a simplified taxonomy of Capsella bursa-pastoris (L.) Medik. (Brassicaceae.) Watsonia, 22(3), 243-250.

BALMER, Dawn, and Chris WENHAM (1999). Many long-term declines continue on constant effort sites. BTO News, 221, 10-11.

BARR, Colin, and Sue WALLIS (1999). Countryside survey 2000. NERC News, Spring 1999, 26-27.

BEDDINGTON FARM BIRD GROUP (1997). Beddington Farm Bird Rep, 11. Beddington Farm Bird Group / Thames Water: (i) + 48pp.

DEARNLEY, T.C., and J.G. DUCKETT (1999). Juniper in the Lake District National Park. A review of condition and regeneration. Watsonia, 22(3), 261-267.

HOLLINGSWORTH, P.M., and G.A. SWAN (1999). Genetic differentiation and hybridisation among subspecies of Deergrass (Trichophorum cespitosum (L.) Hartman in Northumberland. Watsonia, 22(3), 235-242.

JENKINS, Richard (1999). Are we getting water rail estimates right? BTO News, 221, page 7.

LANSDOWN, R.V. (1999). A terrestrial form of Callitriche truncata Guss. subsp. occidentalis (Rout) Braun-Blanquet (Callitrichaceae.) Watsonia, 22(3), 283-286.

McALLISTER, H.A. (1999). Lysimachia punctata L. and L. verticillaris Sprengel (Primulaceae) naturalised in the British Isles. Watsonia, 22(3), 279-281.

McALLISTER, H.A. (1999). Urtica galeopsifolia Wierzb. Ex Opiz (Urticaceae) confirmed for Britain by its chromosome number. Watsonia, 22(3), 275-278.

MARCHANT, John (1999). BBS methods successfully used on waterways. BTO News, 221, 8-9. [Breeding Birds Survey]

MAXWELL, Jimmy (1999). "Pure dead brilliant box, Jimmy" BTO News, 221, 12-13. [Nesting boxes for willow tits]

RICH, T.C.G. (1999). Conservation of Britain's biodiversity: Filago lutescens Jordan (Asteraceae), red-tipped cudweed. Watsonia, 22(3), 251-260.

RUMSEY, Frederick J., et al. (1999). Population structure and conservation biology of the endangered fern Trichomanes speciosum Willd. (Hymenophyllaceae) at its northern distribution limit. Biol J Linnean Soc, 66(3), 333-344.

SCOTT, Richard (1999). Does biodiversity make soil work? NERC News, Spring 1999, 24-25.

SWAN, G.A. (1999). Identification, distribution and a new nothospecies of Trichophorum cespitosum (L.) Hartman (Cyperaceae) in the British Isles and N.W. Europe. Watsonia, 22(3), 209-233.

WILKINSON, D.M. (1999). Correlations between higher-taxon richness and species richness in the British Isles flora. Watsonia, 22(3), 269-273.

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