Croydon Bibliographies for Regional Survey July 1999
Number 28 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

Edited by Paul W Sowan, CNHSS Librarian
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ANON (1999). First 'London Bridge' in river Thames at Vauxhall. Br Archaeol, 46, page 4.

ANON (1999). 'Imperial malting' found in East Anglia. Br Archaeol, 45, page 5.

BELL, M., P.J. FOWLER and S.W. HILLSON (1996). The experimental earthwork project 1960 - 1992. Counc Br Archaeol Res Rep, 100: xxvi + 267pp.

BLATHERWICK, Simon (1999). Preliminary report of the Southwark Archaeological Training Excavation in 1998. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc, 330, 8-9.

BURL, Aubrey (1999). Glaciers and the bluestones of Wales. It was not human effort that brought them to Stonehenge … Br Archaeol, 45, page 18.

CARUTH, Jo, and Sue ANDERSON (1999). RAF Lakenheath Saxon cemetery. Curr Archaeol, 14(7)(163), 244-250.

CURRIE, Chris (1999). Archaeological recording at St. Catherine's Lock SU 99574770. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc, 330, page 18.

DAVIES, Helen, and Judie ENGLISH (1999). Fieldwork at the Royal Surrey County Hospital and Surrey Science Research Park development sites 1980 - 1998, part 2. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc, 330, 3-6.

De la BEDOYERE, Guy (1999). No decline before the fall of empire. The 4th century was the Golden Age of Roman Britain … Br Archaeol, 46, 10-11.

DENISON, Simon (1999). History from fields and back gardens. Br Archaeol, 46, 6-7.

FAWCETT, Jane (edr) (1998). Historic floors: their history and conservation. Butterworth - Heinemann: xx + 250pp. ISBN 0-7506-2765-4,.

GAY, Tim (1999). Rural dialects and surviving Britons. Rustic counting-systems suggest the Britons survived in large numbers in Saxon England … Br Archaeol, 46, page 18.

GRAHAM, David, and David WILLIAMS (1999). Metal detecting rally at Peper Harow. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc, 330, 13-14.

HALL, A., and R. HOOKER (1999). Mare Hill Common, Witley SU 9340. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc, 330, page 17.

HARP, Peter (1999). Recent finds from the North Downs. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc, 330, 6-8 [Banstead / Burgh Heath / Lower Kingswood / Tadworth / Walton-on-the-Hill: worked flints and bronze artefacts].

MORRIS, Richard (1999). An abiding faith in archaeology's worth. Has archaeology changed in 30 years? In some ways not … Br Archaeol, 45, page 15.

MORRIS, Richard (1999). Local archaeology and a bright future. All archaeology is local, whatever its national value … Br Archaeol, 46, page 15,.

OSGOOD, Richard (1999). Britain in the age of warrior heroes. … the nature and causes of war in Bronze Age Britain. Br Archaeol, 46, 8-9.

PALMER, Marilyn, and Peter NEAVERSON (1999). Review article: archaeological abstracts. Ind Archaeol Rev, 21(1), 61-62.

PEACOCK, D.P.S., Jennifer MINCHAM, and Susan WRIGHT (1998). The archaeology of stone: a report for English Heritage. English Heritage: viii + 61pp.

PEARSON, Mike Parker (1999). From ancestor cult to divine religion. Gods were first invented in the Bronze Age … Br Archaeol, 45, 10-11.

PETTITT, Paul (1999). Neanderthals, sex and modern humans. Br Archaeol, 45, 6-7.

PITTS, Mike (1999). Handaxes. Br Archaeol, 45, page 14 [Sussex: Boxgrove].

SAUER, Eberhard (1999). Aves Ditch: an Iron Age tribal boundary? Curr Archaeol, 14(7)(163), 268-269. [Oxfordshire]

SCHOFIELD, John (1999). When London became a European capital. By 1300, the character of England's principal city was established … Br Archaeol, 45, 12-13.

STEEL, Duncan (1999). Stonehenge and the terror in the sky. Stonehenge was built to predict meteor showers … Br Archaeol, 45, 8-9.

STONEHOUSE, Geoff, and Judie ENGLISH (1999). Bronze scabbard mouth fragment from Colekitchen Farm, Shere. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc, 330, page 16.

STRATTON, Michael (1999). The Rolt Memorial Lecture 1997: new materials for a new age: steel and concrete construction in the north of England, 1860 - 1939. Ind Archaeol Rev, 21(1), 5-24,.

TABOR, Richard (1999). South Cadbury: Milsoms Corner. Curr Archaeol, 14(7)(163), 251-255 [Bronze Age].

TURNER, Dennis (1999). Rose Theatre opens for visitors. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc, 330, 17-18.

WALTERS, Bryn (1999). Swindon: Blunsdon Ridge. Curr Archaeol, 14(7)(163), 256-258 [Roman building-stone quarry also noted].

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ALLKINS, Vince (1999). Report of the Surrey Mines Agent. News of the Weald, 32, 2- 4.

ANON (1999). Chunnel freight clocks up five years. Mod Railways, 56(610), page 467.

ANON (1999). Cow pats are the key. Descent, 148, page 7. [Bat conservation]

ANON (1999). How green is your garden. Bat News, 53, 4-5.

DARVILL, Timothy, and Andrew K. FULTON (1998). MARS: the Monuments at Risk Survey of England, 1995. Main report. Bournemouth: University of Bournemouth School of Conservation Sciences / English Heritage: xlvi + 328pp. ISBN 1-85899-049-1.

GOODDY, Daren (1999). Farm waste stores and groundwater quality. NERC News, Summer 1999, 16-17.

HELLYER, Roger (1999). Ordnance Survey small-scale maps: Indexes 1801 - 1998. Newtown: David Archer: xxiv + 264pp.

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 WILDLIFE TRUST (1999). Our appeal to save the glorious chalk downland at Saltbox Hill in south-east London has taken off. Wild London, Summer 1999, page 3. [Near Down House]

MANNION, A.M. (1999). Natural environmental change: the last 3 million years. Routledge: xvii + 198pp. ISBN 0-415-13933-3.

MARTIN, Simon, and Richard H. POUT (1999). Thameslink capacity. Mod Railways, 56(609), page 398.

MYNORS, Charles (1999). Listed buildings, conservation areas and monuments. 3rd edn. Sweet & Maxwell: l + 536pp. ISBN 0-7520-0440-9.

TARR, Bob (1999). Croydon Tramlink nears completion. Mod Railways, 56(610), 504-506, 508 and 510.

TARR, Bob (1999). Progress on Croydon Tramlink. Mod Railways, 56(609), 403-408.

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FARRANT, Andy (1999). Another one to chalk up! Descent, 147, page 5 [Sussex: natural solution cave in Chalk at Beachy Head].

GEOLOGICAL SOCIETY of LONDON (1999). The geologist's directory 1999. 9th edn. Geological Society of London: (iii) + 268pp.

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ANON (1999). The structure of a census enumerator's book 1841 - 1891 in England and Wales. J East Surrey Fam Hist Soc, 22(2), page 21.

BULSON, Sarah (1999). The Pallot Marriage Index. J East Surrey Fam Hist Soc, 22(2), 22-23.

CROOME, Desmond (1999). Pedestrian subways. GLIAS Newsl, 181, 8-9.

GENT, John B. (1999). Click to discover historic snaps. Croydon Advertiser, 18 June 1999 [Postcard collection of c. 15,000 views to be recorded on CD-ROM with grant aid from LB Croydon Public Libraries, and made available for consultation in the libraries].

GRIFFITHS, Steve (1999). News from Croydon: Croydon Archives Service. J East Surrey Fam Hist Soc, 22(2), 20-21.

HAWKINS, Brenda (1999). Book reviews: another time another place: gazetteers for family historians. J East Surrey Fam Hist Soc, 22(2), 15-17.

HEATH, Linda (1999). Recording inscriptions in Leatherhead Parish Churchyard. Newsl. Leatherhead & District Loc Hist Soc, 2/99, page 5.

HOAD, Gwen (1999). Visit to Chilworth gunpowder works site. Newsl. Leatherhead & District Loc Hist Soc, 2/99, 3-4.

HUNTER, A.B. de M. (1999). Twentieth century Merstham. Merstham: Millennium in Merstham: 108pp. ISBN 0-9535866-0-X.

LAWLER, Jo (1999). The life and death of a Portsmouth ironmongers. Ind Heritage, 17(2), 2-4.

McINTOSH, Marjorie Keniston (1998). Controlling misbehaviour in England, 1370 - 1600. Cambridge University Press: xviii + 289 + 2pp. ISBN 0-521-62177-1.

MILLS, Dennis, and Kevin SCHÜRER (1996). Local communities in the Victorian census enumerators' books. Oxford: Leopard's Head Press: xii + 450pp. ISBN 0-904920-33-X.

MORRIS, Mary (1990). St. Katharine's Merstham: guide. Merstham: St. Katharine's Church: 19pp.

PARKHOUSE, Neil (1999). The London B-type omnibus. Archive, 22, 57-64.

PILKINGTON, Len (1998). Surrey airfields in the Second World War. Newbury: Countryside Books: 219pp. ISBN 1-85306-433-5 [Brooklands / Cobham / Croydon / Dunsfold / Fairchildes / Fairoaks / Gatwick / Horne / Kenley / Redhill / etc].

PLUMRIDGE, Andrew (1999). Blood and brandy over Leith Hill. Follies, 11(1), 15-16. [Leith Hill tower]

SAINT, Andrew (1999). London suburbs. Merrell Holberton / English Heritage: 140pp. ISBN 1-85894-077-X.

SLAUGHTER, Tom (1999). Letter: re. Redhill Junior Technical School, 1926-1965. J East Surrey Fam Hist Soc, 22(2), page 34.

SOWAN, Paul W. (1999). How did they dig the cuttings? The Brighton Circular, 25(2), 54-56 [Railway cuttings on the Brighton and Oxted lines made by tunnelling and opening-out].

STURT, Brian (1999). Deptford gas works. GLIAS Newsl. 181, 5-6.

STURT, Brian (1999). Woolwich Arsenal and railways. GLIAS Newsl, 181, page 5.

TILLER, Kate (1998). English local history: the state of the art. University of Cambridge Board of Continuing Education Occasional Paper. 1: 24pp.

WILLIS, Frank (1999). The London bus scene in the Second World War - part nine - a post-war sequel. Beckenham Historian, 320, 7-8.

WOOLGAR, Graham R. (1999). What do you know about the history of Shrublands? Spring Park Activities News, 603, page 11.

YOUNG, Sophie, and Stephen GREEN (1999). Out of sight, out of mind. Library Assoc Rec, 101(4), 219-220. [Local history collections]

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JENNINGS, Malcolm (1998). 1998 Croydon garden wildlife survey. Association of Croydon Conservation Societies: 37 + 4 pp.

MABBOTT, Paul (1999). London ladybird survey. Newsl. London Nat Hist Soc, 154, page 2.

MACDONALD, David W., and Manuel BERDOY (1999). The unknown rat: from opportunism to kamikaze tendencies. NERC News, Summer 1999, 4-5.

MARCHANT, John, Fiona SANDERSON, and David GLUE (1999). Changes in breeding bird populations 1997 - 98. BTO News, 222, 10-14.

RICH, T.C.G., G. HUTCHINSON, R. RANDALL and R.G. ELLIS (1999). List of plants endemic to the British Isles. BSBI News, 80, 23-27.

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