Croydon Bibliographies for Regional Survey October 1999
 
Number 30 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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ARCHAEOLOGY (including INDUSTRIAL ARCHAEOLOGY)

ANON (1999). Lost skeleton of 'barber-surgeon' found in museum. Br Archaeol, 48, page 4.

ANON (1999). Roman gold mixed with native religion. Br Archaeol, 48, page 5.

ANON (1999). The Society at Waverley 100 years ago. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc, 332, 1-3. [Waverley Abbey, near Farnham]

ANON (1999). Wanborough - another temple discovered. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc, 332, page 4.

CATFORD Nick (1999). Underground at Grain Fort. Newsl Kent Underground Res Group, 62, 1-3. [Incl. sketch plan]

CHAMBERLAIN Andrew (1999). Teaching surgery and breaking the law. Dissection was illegal until 1852, but it was done anyway. Br Archaeol, 48, 6-7.

CURRIE Chris (1999). Landscape archaeological survey and the Community Archaeology Project. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc, 333, 7-9. [Wisley, Ockham, Ashtead and Epsom Commons]

DAVIES Helen and Judie ENGLISH (1999). Fieldwork at the Royal Surrey County Hospital and Surrey Science Research Park development sites 1980 - 1998 (part 4.) Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc, 332, 3-4. [Guildford]

DAWSON Graham (1999). Early medieval stone buildings in Southwark. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc, 330, 1-3.

EVE David (1999). A guide to the industrial archaeology of Kent. Association for Industrial Archaeology: 61pp.

GREGORY Frank (1999). The Frank Gregory collection of wind and watermill material. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc, 332, page 14.

HOULDER Eric (1999). Hunting out the remains of Robin Hood. Several sites associated with the legendary outlaw survive. Br Archaeol, 48, 12-13.

LEACH John (1999). A proposed limekiln typology. Ind Archaeol News, 110, 5-7.

MARTIN Ron (1999). Water towers in Sussex - an update. Newsl Sussex Ind Archaeol Soc, 103, 3-4.

MELLARS Paul (1999). Revising the Mesolithic at Star Carr. New excavations have shed new light on one of Britain's most famous prehistoric sites. Br Archaeol, 48, 8-11.

MONK Audrey (1999). Mickleham Downs landscape survey. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc, 333, page 9 and 12.

MONTGOMERY Janet (1999). Tooth story. NERC News, Autumn 1999, 10-11.

PHILP Brian, et al. (1999). The Roman villa site at Keston, Kent. Second report (excavations 1967 and 1978 - 1990.) Kent Archaeological Rescue Unit: Kent Monograph 8: viii + 206pp + xxvii plates.

RENN Derek (1999). The curious case of the disappearing barns (sic) - part 2. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc, 333, 3-4.

ROFFEY Simon (1999). The Southwark Cathedral archaeological recording project. Newsl Roy Archaeol Inst, 17, 7-9.

SHEPHEARD Christopher (1999). Excavations in Farnham Park. Newsl Surrey Ind Hist Group 107, 18-23. [Military / WWII relics]

SOWAN Paul W (1999). The Reigate Stone Research Project. Council for Br Archaeol, South East Newsletter 17, 5-8.

SWAIN Hedley (1999). The London Archaeological Archive and Research Centre, Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc, 333, 14-15.

WARD Alan (1999). Centuriation? On the Hoo peninsula. Newsl Kent Archaeol Soc, 44, 1-4.

WHEATLEY David (1999). So Wm. Stukeley Esq was right after all. The hunt for Avebury's second avenue could easily have produced nothing - again. Br Archaeol, 48, page 18.

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GENERAL / GEOGRAPHY / PLANNING / CONSERVATION / REFERENCE

ANON (1999). Channel Tunnel Rail Link. Modern Railways 56(613), 729, 731-732, 734, 736-738 and 740-744.

ANON (1999). Spotlight on … Hillcrest Estate woodland. Wood Warbler, 24, page 11.

BARTON Jill (1999). The Surrey farmer: an endangered species. Nature Line, 113, 13 and 17.

BROOKS Doug (1999). Green, field or meadow? Wood Warbler, 24, 6-7. [Gipsy Hill]

CLINCH Mike (1999). Future of Hangman's Wood. Newsl Kent Underground Res Group, 62, page 4. [Deneholes at Grays, Essex]

COLE John (1999). Level crossings and sidings. Sheetlines 55, 30-31. [Depiction on Ordnance Survey maps]

COLE John (1999). Railway error at Warrington. Sheetlines 55, 37-38. [OS map]

COLE John (1999). Some aspects of survey for the 1:10,000 map. Sheetlines 55, 11-15.

DERBYSHIRE Nick / S.G. PICKFORD (1999). Letters re. Croydon Tramlink. Modern Railways, 56(613), 721-722; and 722.

DRAKEFORD Tony (1999). Graveyards frequently provide better habitat for butterflies than closely mown urban parks. Wild London, Autumn / Winter 1999, 13-14.

FREEMAN David (1999). West Norwood on the map. Wood Warbler 24, page 5.

GAINES Ralph (1999). The Government's Urban Task Force says we should make cities more attractive to live in … Wild London, Autumn / Winter 1999, 8-9.

GODDARD Philip (1999). My garden shed. A landmark for the millennium? Norwood Rev, 147, 13-15. [Architecture / planning proposals for Crystal Palace site]

GREENAWAY Frank (1999). Liquid refreshment for the bats of Westhumble. Nature Line, 113, page 7.

HELLYER Roger (1999). The first National Grid map? Sheetlines, 55, 31-34.

HELLYER Roger (1999). The Old Series at St. John's. Sheetlines, 55, 19-30. [Ordnance Survey one inch to one mile maps at St. John's College, Cambridge]

HELLYER Roger (1999). Some notes on the origin of the Modified British System of the War Office Cassini Grid. Sheetlines, 55, 3-11.

JONES Tim and Roy RICHARDS (1999). Particles in the air. NERC News, Autumn 1999, 6-7.

KILLHAM Ken (1999). Shedding light on contaminated land. NERC News, Autumn 1999, 18-19.

LAWRENCE Jean (1999). A riveting reservoir inquiry. Wood Warbler 24, 8-10. [Honor Oak Park]

LENTON Tim and Ian SIMPSON (1999). Global change science. NERC News, Autumn 1999, 20-21.

LETHBRIDGE Lucy (1999). London's churchyards and cemeteries can be rich refuges for wild flora and fauna, from rare green-winged orchids to snakeflies, as long as they are managed. Wild London, Autumn / Winter 1999, 11-13.

MANLEY John (1999). Portable antiquities scheme. Council for Br Archaeol, South East Newsl 17, 14-15.

MAUNDER Tamsin (1999). Dagenham churchyard. Wild London, Autumn / Winter 1999, page 16.

MUNFORD Jim (1999). National Biodiversity Networks. NERC News, Autumn 1999, 16-17.

NEWELL Marian (1999). Thorpe Hay Meadow Nature Reserve, near Staines. Nature Line 113, page 9.

NEWMAN Mervyn (1999). Mammal re-introductions. Nature Line 113, 30-31.

PROSSER Colin D and Andy H. KING (1999). The conservation of historically important geological and geomorphological sites in England. Geological Curator 7(1), 27-33.

SIVELL Phil (1999). Global warming in Surrey. How will it affect you? Surrey's Environment News 19, page 1.

SWAIN Hedley (1999). Heritage Lottery Fund announcement for London Archaeological Archive. Council for Br Archaeol, South East Newsl 17, 12-13.

TOWERS Darren (1999). Action for Surrey's wildlife. Part one: planning for wildlife. Nature Line 113, 25 and 27.

WARBURTON Peter (1999). Hope for the rail travellers. Sheetlines 55, 17-18. [Hope stations, Flintshire, as shown on OS maps]

WARNOCK Bob (1999). Bob Warnock, Head Keeper for Corporation of London at Ashtead Common, outlines the aims of the organisation. Nature Line 113, page 19.

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GEOLOGY / EARTH SCIENCES

CLEALE Christopher J and Barry A THOMAS (1999). Plant fossils. The history of land vegetation. The Boydell Press: Fossils Illustrated vol. 3: ix + 188pp + 129 b/w pls.

COHEN Anthony (1999). Mud, mud, glorious mud (rocks) … NERC News, Autumn 1999, 12-13.

LENG Melanie, and Peter GREENWOOD (1999). Isotopes as climate archives. NERC News, Autumn 1999, 8-9.

McCALL Joe (1999). Mary Anning & her times: the discovery of British palaeontology 1820-1850. Geoscientist 9(10), 4-6.

NEWMAN Tim (1999). Ramsgate Harbour approach road tunnel. Geoscientist 9(10), 6-7. [Chalk: geotechnical qualities of chalk as a tunnelling medium]

SPENCER Harold EP, nd, A contribution to the geological history of Suffolk. Suffolk Naturalists' Society: (iv) + 195pp + 12 pls.

WARREN CD (1999). The Channel Tunnel Rail Link - the longest borehole in Britain. Down to Earth 28, 1-3. [Geology / site investigations in Kent]

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LOCAL HISTORY

ADAMS Adrian (1999). Thomas Lewis - organ builder. Norwood Rev, 147, page 16.

ALEXANDER Colin (1998). Ironside's line: the definitive guide to the General Headquarters Line planned for Great Britain in response to the threat of German invasion 1940 - 42. Storrington: Historic Military Press: 152pp.

ANON (1999). Description of Croydon Aerodrome. J Croydon Airport Soc, 36, 8-9.

ASHFORD CJ (1999). Air disaster in Belgium. J Croydon Airport Soc, 36, 4-7.

BALDOCK Roger (1999). Newington St. Mary's vestry rubbish removal - Part 2 country depots. 1874-9 investigating "country depots". Invicta 52, 99/25-99/33. [Includes sketch maps for Longfield, Meopham and Sevenoaks]

BECKETT JV et al. (1999). Parliamentary enclosure hedges and landscape preservation. The Local Historian 29(1), 14-24.

BENSON John, et al. (1999). Sources for the study of urban retailing, 1800 - 1950, with particular reference to Wolverhampton. The Local Historian, 29(3), 167-182.

BLYTHMAN Guy (1999). Lost windmills of Sussex: Heathfield, Sandy Cross post-mill. Newsl Sussex Ind Archaeol Soc, 103, 11-12.

BODDY Bill (1999). The joys of charter flights. J Croydon Airport Soc, 36, 10-12.

BOREHAM Peter (1999). Taking the gloss off "the good old days" The unsavoury side of late 19th century Bromley. Beckenham Historian, 322, page 8.

BROMLEY BOROUGH LOCAL HISTORY SOCIETY (1999). A Silver Jubilee celebration in Chislehurst. Beckenham Historian 322, page 2. [25th anniversary of formation in 1974]

BURNS Peggy (1999). Memories of Croydon. Elland: True North Books Ltd: 124pp.

BYFORD Hugh (1999). South Norwood. The Society's forgotten suburb. Norwood Rev, 147, 4-10.

CALLENDER Denis (1939). The Southern Railway timetable for 1939. Back Track, 13(8), 406-410.

CLARK Gillian (1999). Infant fashion in the eighteenth century: evidence from Foundlings nursed in Berkshire. The Local Historian, 29(1), 3-13.

CLARK Gillian, and Jim SMART (1999). Usage of the postal system in mid-eighteenth-century Berkshire: an exploration from The Foundling Hospital archives. The Local Historian, 29(3), 152-166.

CLINCH Mike (1999). Subsidence at Dartford. Newsl Kent Underground Research Group, 62, page 6.

COOK Keith (1999). 'Marjoe' - a railwayman at Three Bridges. The Brighton Circular 25(3), 123-125.

CRANE Eva, and Penelope WALKER (1999). Early English beekeeping: the evidence from local records up to the end of the Norman period. The Local Historian, 29(3), 130-151.

CRUTTENDEN Mike (1999). D1 No. 293 and train. The Brighton Circular 25(3), 120-121,

CRUTTENDEN Mike (1999). Southerham bridge. The Brighton Circular 25(3), 98-99.

CRUTTENDEN Mike (1999). The 1911 Steam Vessels Bill. The Brighton Circular, 25(3), 132-133.

ELLIS BJ (1999). The legacy of Gerrard Winstanley. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc, 333, 13-14.

ELLIS Peter (1999). Living Tudor history - with tea and cakes! A visit to Scadbury. Beckenham Historian, 322, page 9.

ENGEL Matthew (1999). Croydon for City of the Millennium. The Guardian, 5 October 1999.

FERRIS Keith (1999). A closer look at the Staplehurst railway accident, 9th June 1865. Invicta, 52, 99/2-99/12. [Includes diagrams of scene of accident]

GOODMAN Bryan (1999). Letter re. first UK recorded motorcar journey. Newsl Surrey Ind Hist Group, 107, 4-6. [Hampshire and Surrey]

GREAVES Jim (1999). Nineteenth century development of the electric telegraph. Invicta, 52, 99/17-99/21.

HALLIDAY DG (1999). Early headcodes on the SER. Invicta, 52, 99/14-99/15.

HARRIS Nigel (1999). House database. Bull. Bourne Soc, 175, page 5.

HOWE Bill (1999). Railway monuments. The Brighton Circular 25(3), page 104. [Sighting tower for line to Tonbridge, formerly on Redhill Common]

HUTCHINGS Roger (1999). Crystal Palace vistas. Lewes: The Book Guild Ltd: (v) + 101pp.

KNOWLES Gordon (1999). J.G. Parry-Thomas and the world land speed record. Newsl Surrey Ind Hist Group 107, 13-17.

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

LEAVER Rex (1999). Bees round a honeypot: professionals and politicians in an enclosure promotion in Princes Risborough, Buckinghamshire, 1819 - 1820. The Local Historian 29(1), 25-42.

McINALLY John (1998). Tadworth Court - a historical guide. Reigate: Reigate and Banstead Borough Council: 12pp.

MARKLIW Maud (1999). The day I raced at Crystal Palace. Norwood Rev, 147, page 20.

MARX Klaus (1999). Brighton locomotive store sidings: the Ashurst spur. The Brighton Circular, 25(3), 115-119. [including map and track diagram]

MARX Klaus (1999). Brighton triangles. The Brighton Circular 25(3), page 91. [Triangular arrangements of railway lines as at Ashurst - Birchden - Groombridge, Ford - Arundel - Littlehampton, Stone Cross - Polegate - Hampden Park etc]

MARX Klaus (1999). East Grinstead store siding addendum. The Brighton Circular 25(3), page 135.

MARX Klaus (1999). The Withyham spur line. The Brighton Circular 25(3), 108-114. [Includes track diagrams for Ashurst Junction]

MARX Klaus (1999). 150 years of the railway in Eastbourne. The Brighton Circular, 25(3), 126-128.

NICHOLS Gerry (1999). William Stroudley - family man: further progress report. The Brighton Circular, 25(3), 100-104.

OFFEN Andy (1999). The Crowhurst spur. The Brighton Circular 25(3), page 96.

OLIVARI Emma (1999). The coming of the railway to Eastbourne. The Brighton Circular, 25(3), 128-131.

OVERBURY Arch (1999). Littlehampton train service in 1911. The Brighton Circular, 25(3), 92-96. [to be continued]

PARKER Malcolm H (1999). Experimental ships of the LC & DR. Invicta 52, 99/22-99/23 + separate photographic print

PARKER Malcolm H (1999). Kent House signal box. Invicta 52, 99/1. [Description of separate photograph issued with Invicta 51]

PARKER Malcolm H (1999). London and Greenwich No. 1. Invicta 52, 99/13. [Locomotive]

PARKER Malcolm H (1999). Murder on the LC & DR. Invicta 52, 99/16. [Murder of Edward Walsh by Thomas Wells at Dover, 1868]

PARKER Malcolm H (1999). SER open cattle wagon. Invicta 52, 99/23-99/24.

REED Nicholas (1999). No fixed abode for Blyton and Nesbit. Two literary ladies moved from pillar to post. Beckenham Historian, 321, page 3. [Edith Nesbitt and Enid Blyton]

RILEY RC, Tony WAKEFORD and Mike CRUTTENDEN (1999). Ouse Valley viaduct. The Brighton Circular 25(3), page 97. [Bricks / stonework]

SIMMS Frederick R (1999). A trip in a road locomotive. Newsl Surrey Ind Hist Group 107, 5-6. [Reprinted from Saturday Review, 11th July 1895 … first recorded motor car journey in UK … Micheldever via Basingstoke, Bagshot and Virginia Water to Datchet]

SOUTH EASTERN AND CHATHAM RAILWAY SOCIETY (1999). South Eastern & Chatham Railway bibliography. South Eastern and Chatham Railway Society: (i) + 16 + 3pp.

SOWAN Paul W. (1999). The railway companies' chalk and sand pits in Kent, Surrey and Sussex 1897 - 1900. Newsl Surrey Ind Hist Group, 111, 7-9.

SOWAN Paul W. (1999). Tunnel shafts. Bull. Railway Canal Hist Soc, 361, page 8.

SOWAN Paul W. (1999). Wells in Kent. Newsl Kent Underground Research Group, 62, 3-4.

TAYLOR Brian (1999). Abbot's Hospital Guildford. Guildford: St. Thomas's Trust: viii + 169pp.

TURNER Simon (1999). Coal to Sheffield Park. Rickett, Smith & Co. The Brighton Circular 25(3), 106-107.

URBAN Bert (1999). Watermills & their transport in mid-Sussex. Newsl Sussex Ind Archaeol Soc, 103, 9-10.

WALKER Diane Barnato (1999). More on Amy Johnson. J Croydon Airport Soc, 36, 19-21.

WOOLLARD Matthew (1999). Local history and computing: the case of the Bristol Historical Database Project. The Local Historian 29(1), 43-51.

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MUSEUMS

DOUGHTY Philip S (1999). Museums then and now: collection developments in museum geology since 1981. Geological Curator 7(1), 3-10.

JACKSON Patrick Wyse (1999). Editorial: the past must have a future. Geological Curator 7(1), page 2.

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NATURAL HISTORY

BALDOCK David W (1999). Grasshoppers and crickets of Surrey. Surrey Wildlife Trust: (iv) + 111pp + 16 cold. pls.

BLATCHLEY Ishpi (1999). Survey news from Petts Wood. London Bat Group: Natterer's News, 40, page 1. [NT property in LB Bromley]

BOND LC (1999). Army birds. Sanctuary 28, page 39. [Army Ornithological Society]

FRITH Mathew (1999). Season's snippet: the delicate bewitcher. Wood Warbler 24, page 10. [Enchanter's nightshade]

GRIFFIN Betty (1999). Butterflies in Norwood. Norwood Rev, 147, 17-19.

HARMER Alec S (1999). A new aberration of the clouded yellow Colias croceus (Geoffroy)(Lepidoptera: Pieridae) Br J Entomol Nat Hist, 12(2), 93-95.

HAWKINS Roger (1999). Recording grasshoppers and crickets in Surrey. Nature Line 113, page 36.

HEWITT Godfrey H (1999). Post-glacial re-colonization of European biota. Biol J Linnean Soc, 68(1/2), 87-112.

HUTCHINSON George (1999). BSBI News: index to nos. 61 - 70, September 1992 to September 1995. Botanical Society of the British Isles: 114pp.

JONES Richard A. (1999). Aggregation of over one million 16-spot ladybirds in a bramble hedge, and "blushing" in two specimens. Br J Entomol Nat Hist, 12(2), 89-91.

LOTT DA, I BUTTERFIELD and MB JEEVES (1999). Terrestrial invertebrates in site assessment: a local perspective. Br J Entomol Nat Hist, 12(2), 96-104.

MARREN Peter (1999). Britain's rare flowers. T. & A.D. Poyser / Plantlife / English Nature: xvii + 334pp.

PAXTON Robert J., and Hans POHL (1999). The tawny mining bee, Andrena fulva (Müller)(Hymenoptera, Andreninae), at a south Wales field site and its associated organisms: Hymenoptera, Diptera, Nematoda and Strepsiptera. Br J Entomol Nat Hist, 12(2), 57-67.

ROTHERAY Graham and Francis GILBERT (1999). Phylogeny of Palaearctic Syrphidae (Diptera): evidence from larval stages. Zool J Linnean Soc, 127(1), 1-112.

SMITH DA (1999). Catharosia pygmaea (Fallén)(Diptera: Tachinidae): a second record in Essex. Br J Entomol Nat Hist, 12(2), page 88.

SMITH Philip J., and Mark R. WEBB (1999). Aggregation behaviour in Philonthus cognatus Stephens (Col.: Staphylinidae), at Burnt Wood, Staffordshire. Br J Entomol Nat Hist, 12(2), page 68.

SURRIDGE, AK, DJ BELL and GM HEWITT (1999). From population structure to individual behaviour: genetic analysis of social structure in the European wild rabbit (Oryctolagus cuniculus.) Biol J Linnean Soc, 68(1/2), 57-71.

VERDCOURT B (1999). Gonocerus acuteangulus (Goeze)(Hemiptera: Coreidae) in a house at Ham, Surrey. Br J Entomol Nat Hist, 12(2), page 91.

WRIGHT Jonathan (1999). Bats of Britain: lesser horseshoe bat (Rhinolophus hipposideros). London Bat Group: Natterer's News, 40, 2-3.

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