Croydon Bibliographies for Regional Survey June 1999
Number 27 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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ANON (1999). Burials. Curr Archaeol, 14(6)(162), page 237.

ANON (1999). The discovery of a stone sarcophagus in Spitalfields. Curr Archaeol, 14(6)(162), page 215.

ANON (1999). English Heritage from within. Curr Archaeol, 14(6)(162), page 238.

ANON (1999). Iron Age coins from Sittingbourne area. Kent Archaeol Rev, 136, 134-135.

ANON (1999). London's monasteries. Curr Archaeol, 14(6)(162), 204-214.

ANON (1999). Neolithic house and Roman temple on rail link route. Br Archaeol, 44, page 4. [Kent CTRL]

ANON (1999). Plan to re-wet damaged Iron Age site. Br Archaeol, 44, page 5.

ANON (1999). Saxon hoard at Appledore. Kent Archaeol Rev, 136, 127-129.

ANON (1999). Survey of SMRs paints a bleak picture. Br Archaeol, 44, page 5.

ANSELL, Richard (1999). Letter: re. discovery of early Roman gold coins at Bredgar. Kent Archaeol Rev, 136, 136-137.

BLAIR, Ian (1999). Low Hall Manor, Walthamstow. Curr Archaeol, 14(6)(162), 226-229.

BLINKHORN, Paul (1999). Tolerating pagans for the sake of trade. Br Archaeol, 44, 8-9.

BONE, David A. (1999). The building stones of West Sussex - No. 5. The Upper Greensand. West Sussex Geological Society: Outcrop, 19, page 13.

BROPHY, Kenneth (1999). Seeing the cursus as a symbolic river. Br Archaeol, 44, 6-7.

CATTERALL, Peter (1999). Human origins. Br Archaeol, 44, page 14.

COCKERILL, Rick (1999). Access improvements at Blanchmans Farm: section through a piece of 16th century civil engineering? Downlander, 28, page 18. [Warlingham]

COCKERILL, Rick (1999). Willy Pit pond: the true story? Downlander, 28, 14-17. [Warlingham]

CORFIELD, Mike (1999). Solent Fort will create a national centre for archaeology. English Heritage Conservat Bull, 35, 18-19.

COWIE, Robert (1999). Elverton Street: the horse burial ground at Tothill Fields. Curr Archaeol, 14(6)(162), 234-236.

CROCKER, Alan (1999). Artington cold store. Newsl Surrey Ind Hist Group 109, 16-17. [WWII cold food store at Guildford, later used for aviation research including aircraft wing icing problems and a wind-tunnel operated at -40° C]

DARVILL, Tim, and Alex HUNT (1999). PPG16 has quickened the pace of archaeological investigation. English Heritage Conservat Bull, 35, 14-17.

DREWETT, Peter, and Sue HAMILTON (1999). The Saxons on Caburn? Archaeology in the South East,16, page 3. [From Sussex Past & Present 86 (1998)]

ELTON, Ann. R. (1999). Beowulf again. Br Archaeol, 44, page 14.

ENGLISH HERITAGE (1999). The register of parks and gardens. An introduction. English Heritage: 21pp.

FARRER, Hugh (1999). Well at Selling. Newsl Kent Underground Res Group, 61, page 2.

HARTLEY, Mike (1999). Neolithic axe from Tolsford Hill (cont.) Kent Archaeol Rev,136, page 140. [Drawing by R. Hoskins of an axe described by MH in KAR 135]

HUNTER, John, and Ian RALSTON (edrs) (1999). The archaeology of Britain. An introduction from the Upper Palaeolithic to the Industrial Revolution. Routledge: xiv + 328pp ISBN 0-415-13587-7 £ 60.

MATTHEWS, John D. (1999). Willy Pit Pond, Warlingham. Downlander,28, page 13.

NIXON, Taryn (1999). The Museum of London Archaeology Service. Curr Archaeol, 15(6)(162), 230-231.

PHILP, Brian (1999). Mystery burials at Reculver. Kent Archaeol Rev, 136, 123-126. [Romano-British]

RUDKIN, David, and John MANLEY (1999). Fishbourne 1998 - one of the best. Archaeology in the South East 16, 2-3. [From Sussex Past & Present 86 (1998)]

SCHOFIELD, John (1999). Saxon London in a tale of two cities. Br Archaeol, 44, 12-13.

THOMAS. Chris (1999). Westminster. Curr Archaeol, 14(6)(162), 218-222.

WILKINSON, Paul (1999). Beowulf again. Br Archaeol, 44, page 14.

WILLIAMS, David (1999). The Gainsford livery badge from Chelsham. Bull Bourne Soc, 176, 18-21.

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ABBOTT, Peter (1999). GIS - What is it? What is it not? Nature Line, 112, page 7.

ANDERSON, Kate (1999). Shaping up for the 21st century. English Heritage Conservat Bull, 35, 4-5.

ANON (1999). Crystal Palace - still a long way to go. Business South, 2(4), page 11. [Crystal Palace Park.]

ANON (1999). Cutting the cost of quarrying. Geoscientist, 9(5), page 13. [Proposed taxation of opencast quarries]

ANON (1999). How Stonehenge will come full circle. English Nature Mag, 43, 5-7. [Closure of A344 and tunnel for A303 roads]

ANON (1999). Landmark victory for wildlife. Natural World. 55, page 11. [Use of old mining permission to open limestone quarry rejected]

ANON (1999). New home for Addington beam engine. GLIAS Newsl, 182, page 8. [Crossness]

ANON (1999). Now its Thameslink 2006. Modern Railways, 56(606), page 158.

ANON (1999). Railtrack rejects chord. Modern Railways, 56(606), page 178. [Refusal to reinstate Sturt Road Chord railway line connection between Brookwood and Frimley stations]

ANON (1999). Stabilising unsafe mining land. Geoscientist,9(5), page 12. [SEE ALSO: Down to Earth 27, page 4.]

BAINES, Chris, et al. (1999). The great garden nature reserve. Natural World, 55, 20-24.

BROCK, David (1999). The thatching years. English Heritage Conservat Bull, 35, 28-31.

BYRNE, Alan (1999). Managing the maritime glories of Greenwich. English Heritage Conservat Bull,35, 6-7.

CHAPMAN, Sasha (1999). Monumental values. English Heritage Conservat Bull,35, page 32.

CLINCH, Mike (1999). Bat cave construction. Newsl Kent Underground Res Group 61, page 2. [Being made by tunnelling into foot of cliff in old chalk pit]

DARMON, Chris (1999). World Class! Geological sites amongst UK nominations for World Heritage status. Down to Earth, 27, page 1.

DOUGHTY, Philip S. (1999). A future for the past - the GeoConservation Commission. Geoscientist, 9(6), 4-6.

DOYLE, Jay (1999). A biodiversity action plan for Surrey. Nature Line, 112, page 14.

EDWARDS, John (1999). Remnants of former habitats: road verges in Surrey. Nature Line,112, page 28.

EMBREE, Sally (1999). New help for churches and other places of worship. English Heritage Conservat Bull, 35, page 22.

ENGLISH HERITAGE (1999). Historic merger for the heritage. English Heritage Conservat Bull, 35, 1-2. [Royal Commission on Historical Monuments in England merged with EH w.e.f. 1st April 1999]

FRASER, David (1999). Grant scheme for worst-case scenario. English Heritage Conservat Bull, 35, page 3.

HAWKINS, Judy (1999). £ 16.2 million offered in new repair grants. English Heritage Conservat Bull, 35, 12-13.

HOLLINS, Julian (1999). Small is beautiful. Natural World, 55, 31-32. [Ponds]

JOHNSON, May (1999). The Croydon Society raises doubts over town's 'vision.' Have all the right questions been asked? Croydon Advertiser, 28 May 1999, page 25.

LONDON PLANNING ADVISORY COMMITTEE, ? 1998, Planning for Greater London: a guide to LPAC's strategic policies. LPAC: 12pp.

LONDON PLANNING ADVISORY COMMITTEE (1998). Planning for Greater London: a guide to LPAC's strategic policies for the green & built environment. LPAC: 12pp.

LONDON TRANSPORT (1999). Developing integrated transport. London Transport's contribution. London Transport: 36pp.

LONDON WILDLIFE TRUST, nd, Nature reserves in London. LWT: folded brochure

LOWENTHAL, David (1998). The heritage crusade and the spoils of history. Cambridge University Press: xvii + 338pp. ISBN 0 521 63562 4.

MUSSON, Roger M.W. (1999). Historical earthquakes in Britain. Down to Earth, 27, page 11. [Repr. from NERC News, Spring 1999]

TAGGART, Fred (1999). Heritage industrial buildings: catalysts for regeneration. English Heritage Conservat Bull, 35, 20-21.

WALFORD, Rex (edr) (1999). Land use - UK. A survey for the 21st century. Geographical Association: 160pp. ISBN 1-899085-31-9 £ 15.

YOUNG, Christopher (1999). The future for World Heritage sites. English Heritage Conservat Bull, 35, 8-11.

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DOWNING, R.A. (1998). Groundwater: our hidden asset. British Geological Survey: 60pp.

FLATT, Arthur G., P.G. HEARSUM, et al. (1977). Records of wells in the area around Aldershot. Inventory for one-inch geological sheet 285, new series. Institute of Geological Sciences: Well Inventory Series. [Metric units]: v + 123pp. [Includes Guildford]

INSTITUTE of GEOLOGICAL SCIENCES (1975). Classical areas of British geology. Geological special sheet. Parts of TQ 23, 33, 22, 32. (Solid & drift.) Cuckfield - West Hoathly. Institute of Geological Sciences: folded map at 1:25,000.

INSTITUTE of GEOLOGICAL SCIENCES (1977). Classical areas of British geology. Geological special sheet. Hastings - Rye. Sheet TQ81 and parts of TQ 70, 71, 72, 80, 82, 91 and 92. Solid & drift. Scale 1:25,000. Institute of Geological Sciences.

MACDONALD, David, and Rachel FLECKER (1999). The great fieldwork debate. Geoscientist,9(6), 7-8.

RICHARDSON, Margaret H., Virginia A. MILTON and Betty I. HARVEY (1969). Records of wells in the area of New Series one-inch (Geological) Haslemere (301) and Horsham (302) sheets. Institute of Geological Sciences Water Supply Papers Well Catalogue Series 301 / 302: iv + 74pp.

SPARKS, R.S.J. (1999). Focus on fieldwork. Geoscientist, 9(6), 9-10.

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AKPAN. [née SMYTH], Eloise (1999). A Norwood evacuee in Sussex. Norwood Rev, 146, 14-17.

ANON (1999). Thatch update VII. Bull Bourne Soc, 176, page 5.

APPS, Sandra (1999). Standen restored. Bull Bourne Soc, 176, 8-9.

BENTLEY, John (1999). Road numbering. Sheetlines, 54, 59-60.

BROWN, John W (1999). The death of a queen. Bull Bourne Soc, 176, 11-13.

BUNYAN, Jocelyn (1999). The ghost of the Barracks. Impressions of Caterham Guards' Depot - December 1998. Bull Bourne Soc, 176, 16-17.

CADLE, J. (1999). Peace celebration July 1919. Bull Bourne Soc, 176, 17-18.

DEAN, Richard (1999). Off the rails - a significant error in Old Series one-inch revision. Sheetlines, 54, 23-25.

DIXON, John, (?1999). Look back in wonder. Woodside Baptist Church: 48pp. [100th anniversary]

DOBBIE, Brian (1999). Second World War revision sheet 117A east Kent (Special Sheet) - the military one (inch) that became civilised. Sheetlines, 54, 45-47.

DUCK, Margaret (1999). Caterham Valley shops. From photography to pasta. Bull Bourne Soc, 176, 21-22.

EVANS, Richard (1999). NT and OS revisited. Sheetlines, 54, 52-53.

EVANS, Richard (1999). Railways and the London explorers. Sheetlines, 54, 19-20.

FARRELL, Jerome (1999). The Irish in Hammersmith and Fulham in 1851. The Local Historian, 29(2), 66-75.

FISK, Audrey (1999). Friendly Societies and local history. The Local Historian, 29(2), 91-101.

GADSBY, Joy (1999). Landscape History Group: "Swimathon" around the lost manor of Wattenden. Bull Bourne Soc, 176, 24-25.

GADSBY, Joy (1999). Tales from Sanderstead churchyard - 18: a case of Victorian plagiarism. Bull Bourne Soc, 176, 23-24. [Elizabeth Bignall d. 1841]

GALLOWAY, James A and Margaret MURPHY (1999). Metropolitan market networks c. 1300 - 1600. Local History News, 51, 4-5.

GODFREY, Alan, nd, Old Ordnance Survey maps: Shirley 1911. Newcastle upon Tyne: Alan Godfrey Maps. [Includes historical notes by Colin Williamson]

GOODE, C.T. (1993). To the Crystal Palace. Forge Books: 56pp. [Railways to High Level and Low Level stations]

HADFIELD, Tim (1999). Railways, cyclists and the purple plague - the debate continues. Sheetlines, 54, 55-56.

HARRIS, Nigel (1999). Scouting at Caterham. Bull Bourne Soc, 176, 9-10.

HERRING, Walter Ralph (1893). The construction of gas works practically described. 2nd edn. London: Hazell, Watson & Viney Ltd: xii + 458pp + adverts.

JACKSON, Alan A. (1999). London's local railways. 2nd edn. Capital Transport: 464pp.

JENKINS, T.W. (1999). King Lear in Norwood? Norwood Rev, 146, 3-5.

KNOWLES, H.G. (1999). Leatherhead's railway stations. Newsl Surrey Ind Hist Group, 109, 6-12.

LEATHER, Alan (1999). The Mickleton Project - comparative map interpretation of a rural landscape 1820 - 1998 using Ordnance Survey maps. Sheetlines, 54, 13-19.

NEVILLE, Graham (1999). Eviction and reclamation in World War II: the case of a Worcestershire farm. The Local Historian, 29(2), 76-90.

NICHOLSON, Tim (1999). Mirrors of history 6. Palmerston's Follies. Sheetlines, 54, 21-23.

OLIVER, Richard (1999). 1:100,000 versus 1:125,000: some comments. Sheetlines, 54, 34-44.

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

RALTON, B.L. (1997). The Wimbledon to West Croydon line. London Railway Record, 12, 2-12; and 13, 15-27.

REED, Nicholas (1999). Four photographs of Bigginwood House: a story revealed. Norwood Rev, 146, 6-8.

ROBERTS, Geoffrey (1999). Woodlands of Kent. Timber trees, coppice and country park. Their absorbing chronicle, from wildwood axe to community planting. Ashford: Geerings of Ashford Ltd: 216pp. ISBN 1 873953 31 3

ROMYN, Christopher (1999). A cycling map. Sheetlines, 54, 5-6.

SANDFORD, Paul (1999). Pub History Group visit: the Crown Inn, Oxted. Bull Bourne Soc, 176, 15-16.

STACEY, Malcolm (1999). A footnote to footpath guides. Sheetlines, 54, page 57.

STREETER, John (1999). CCS visit to Ordnance Survey … Sheetlines, 54, 3-5.

WHEELER, Ray (1999). The Shirley poppy. Spring Park Activities News, 602, page 9.

WILLIS, Frank (1999). The London bus scene in the Second World War. Part eight. Beckenham Historian, 319, page 7.

WILMOT, Frances (1999). In search of Birmingham's open-air schools. The Local Historian, 29(2), 102-113.

YOUNG, Alan (1999). The representation of railway stations on one-inch Seventh Series maps. Sheetlines, 54, 26-34.

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ARCHER, Michael E. (1999). The aculeate wasps and bees (Hymenoptera: aculeata) of the Ainsdale - Formby sand dunes on the Lancashire coast compared with other northern sites. Br J Entomol Nat Hist, 12(1), 1-10.

BARON, George (1999). Understanding lichens: a beginner's guide. South London Botanical Institute: 95 + i pp.

CHANDLER, Peter (1999). California Country Park, 16 June 1996. Br J Entomol Nat Hist, 12(1), 42-43. [Field meeting report, Wokingham, Berks.]

CHANDLER, Peter (1999). Dinton Pastures, 17 May 1997. Br J Entomol Nat Hist, 12(1), 43-45. [Field meeting report, Wokingham, Berks.]

CHEKE, Robert A and Neil D. SPRINGATE (1999). Nest desertion by blackbirds following defoliation of an ash tree by sawfly larvae. Br J Entomol Nat Hist, 12(1), 13-16.

DENTON, Jonty (1999). Observations of some uncommon dung beetles. Br J Entomol Nat Hist, 12(1), page 16. [Thursley Common (Surrey) and Hampshire]

DINES, T.D. (1999). Fieldwork for Atlas 2000. Strategy for the final year. Botanical Society for the British Isles: 18pp.

EVERSHAM, Brian C. (1999). Pleurophorus caesus (Creutzer)(Col.: Scarabaeidae: Psammobiini) imported into Cambridgeshire. Br J Entomol Nat Hist, 12(1), page 33.

FIRMIN, Joe, and Jerry BOWDREY (1999). Marks Hall Estate, Essex, 2 August 1997. Br J Entomol Nat Hist, 12(1), 47-48.

FOOKES, Gwyneth, and Jane McLAUCHLIN (1999). The orchids. Nature Line, 112, 32-33.

GOATER, B and S.A. KNILL-JONES (1999). Herpetogramma licarsisalis (Walker, 1859)(Lepidoptera: Pyralidae), the grass webworm, new to Britain. Entomologist's Gaz, 50(2), 71-74. [Isle of Wight]

GUEST, Pete (1999). London bat atlas project. London Bat Group: Natterer's News, 39, page 1.

INGS, Tom, Brian NELSON, and Colm RONAYNE (1999). Call for assistance with a new survey of the social wasps of Britain and Ireland for 1999 / 2000. Br J Entomol Nat Hist, 12(1), 31-32.

KNILL-JONES, S.A. (1999). Possible evidence in the Isle of Wight for global warming. Entomologist's Gaz, 50(2), 85-89.

MILES, Stephen (1999). Prescombe Down National Nature Reserve, Wiltshire, and Melbury Down, Dorset, 21 June 1997. Br J Entomol Nat Hist, 12(1), 45-47.

NEWMAN, Mervyn (1999). More mammal records! Nature Line, 112, page 17.

PARSONS, Mark (1999). Denbies hillside & Ranmore Common, Surrey, 20 June 1998. Br J Entomol Nat Hist, 12(1), 49-50.

PARSONS, M.S. (1999). A second Surrey record for Monopis fenestratella (Heyden, 1863)(Lepidoptera: Tineidae.) Entomologist's Gaz, 50(2), page 116. [Ashtead Common]

PARSONS, M.S. and S.P. CLANCY (1999). Vitula biviella (Zeller)(Lepidoptera: Pyralidae), a newly recognised British species. Entomologist's Gaz, 50(2), 77-82. [Kent]

SCHWARZ, M., and M.R. SHAW (1999). Western Palaearctic Cryptinae (Hymenoptera: Ichneumonidae) in the National Museums of Scotland, with nomenclatural changes, taxonomic notes, rearing stocks and special reference to the British check list. Part 2. Genus Gelis Thunberg (Phygadeuontini: Gelina.) Entomologist's Gaz, 50(2), 117-142.

SHAW, M.R. (1999). Trogoderma angustum (Solier, 1849)(Coleoptera: Dermestidae), a museum and herbarium pest new to Britain. Entomologist's Gaz, 50(2), 99 0 102.

SIMS, I. (1999). Observations on rearing Luffia spp. (Lepidoptera: Psychidae) under controlled environmental conditions, with taxonomic notes. Br J Entomol Nat Hist, 12(1), 17-25.

SIMS, I. (1999). Rearing Dahlica triquetrella (Hübner)(Lepidoptera: Psychidae.) Br J Entomol Nat Hist, 12(1), 29-30.

SMITH, Vince, et al. (1999). Our conservation partners in Surrey 5. The Egham and Staines Conservation Volunteers. Nature Line, 112, page 24.

SUCKLING, Roger (1999). Grey herons in Surrey. Can you help? Nature Line,112, page 30.

WINOKUR, Leonard (1999). Shivering in Ochlodes venata (Bremer & Grey, 185 2)(Lepidoptera: Hesperiidae.) Entomologist's Gaz, 50(2), page 83.

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