Croydon Bibliographies for Regional Survey June 2001
Number 56 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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ALLKINS, Vince (2001). Tower Wood mine. News of the Weald, 41, 1. [Underground quarry in Gatton Park reopened]

ANON (2001). Bronze Age village found with buried megalith. Br Archaeol, 59, 7. [Essex]

ANON (2001). Quarries threat to archaeological landscapes. Br Archaeol, 59, 4.

BERRY, Penny, Alan COX, G.E. HOWARD, Tony LEWIS, R.G. MARTIN, Derek F. RENN, and Mary SAALER (1998). Dragons in Surrey. Br Brick Soc Information, 73, 4-8 [Ornamental roof finials at Caterham, Croydon, Purley, etc]

BEVAN, Bill (2001). Town of tin. Br Archaeol, 59, 20-23 [Archaeology of a navvy settlement from reservoir construction in Derbyshire]

BRITISH BRICK SOCIETY (1988). Br Brick Soc Information,. Compilation Volume I, 1973 - 1981. BBS: 97 + xxix pp.

BRITISH BRICK SOCIETY (1981 onwards). Br Brick Soc Information, 26 onwards.

CARR, Rob (2001). King's Cross - St. Pancras. GLIAS Newsl, 194, 7-8.

CHRISTIAN, Graham (2001). Flooded mines on the increase. Descent, 160, page 37 [Underground quarries in Surrey / roof-falls following heavy rainfall and high groundwater levels]

DAWSON, Brian (1998). Flint buildings in West Sussex. West Sussex County Council: 65pp.

DAY, Bryan P., and Joan HARRIES (2000). Signed with the mark of a brick mould: a Hampshire brickmaker's will of 1606. Br Brick Soc Information, 80, 11-12.

FIRMAN, Ron (1998). Gault: a geologist's cautionary tale of words as a barrier to understanding. Br Brick Soc Information, 74, 4-13 [Use of the word gault for brick-clays in general, and Gault as a geological stratigraphical term]

HAMMETT, Michael (2000). Research collection: Middlesex and North London brickmaking. Br Brick Soc Information, 82, page 16.

HEY, Gill (2001). Yarnton. Curr Archaeol, 15(5)(173), 216-225 [Oxfordshire]

HOLLANDS, Ray, and Edwin J. ROSE (2000). Brighton sewers. Br Brick Soc Information, 82, 4-6.

HUDSON, Kenneth, and Shane GOULD (2001). The Rolt Memorial Lecture 2000. Has industrial archaeology lost its way? The identification, recording and management of the more recent archaeological and architectural heritage of Essex. Ind Archaeol Rev, 23(1), 5-24 [Papers by KH, pages 6-9, and SG, pages 11-24]

JACOBI, John, Thomas JACOBI and Roger JACOBI (2001). Glaston. Curr Archaeol, 15(5)(173), 180-184 [Palaeolithic]

KENNETT, David H., and Terence Paul SMITH (2000). Brick and the City of London: a select bibliography. Br Brick Soc Information, 79, 22-23.

KENNETT, David H. (2000). Brickmaking gazetteers: a note of further work. Br Brick Soc Information, 79, 4-8 [Dorset / Hampshire / Somerset / Sussex]

KENNETT, David H. (2000). British Brick Society bibliography. Br Brick Soc Information, 81, page 19.

KENNETT, David H. (2000). Editorial: "Brick is backward": a curse of the twentieth century. Br Brick Soc Information, 79, 2-3.

LEWIS, Tony (2000). Dragons and friends in London and the Thames Valley. Br Brick Soc Information, 81, 20-22 [Ornamental roof finials]

NEAVERSON, Peter, and Marilyn PALMER (2001). Editorial: the material culture of the twentieth century. Ind Archaeol Rev, 23(1), 3-4.

PATRICK, Amber (2001). Ups and downs in the malting industry. Ind Archaeol News, 117, 2-3.

ROUNDTREE, Susan (2000). Bulmer brickworks. Br Brick Soc Information, 82, 8-9 [Bulmer brick and Tile Co. works est. c. 1936]

SAUER, Eberhard (2001). Alchester Roman fortress. Curr Archaeol, 15(5)(173), 189-191 [Oxfordshire]

SELKIRK, Andrew, Wendy SELKIRK, and Robert SELKIRK (2001). The archaeology handbook 2001 - 2. Current Archaeology: 106pp.

SMITH, Jonathan (2001). An introduction to the archaeology and conservation of football stadia. Ind Archaeol Rev, 23(1), 55-66.

SMITH, Terence Paul (2000). The Church of Saint Benet, Paul's Wharf, City of London, and its brickwork. Br Brick Soc Information, 79, 9-18.

SOWAN, Paul W. (2001). Belgian flint mines heritage. Ind Archaeol News, 117, page 9 [Spiennes declared a World Heritage Site]

TAYLOR, Timothy (2001). The edible dead. Cannibalism … Br Archaeol, 59, 8-12.

TWEDDLE, Dominic (2001). The glory that was York. Br Archaeol, 59, 14-19.

UPSON, Anne, and Shaun RICHARDSON (2001). The Embassy Cinema, Braintree, Essex. Ind Archaeol Rev, 23(1), 25-35.

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ABBOTT, James (2001). London looks forward to OrbiRail and CrossRail. Mod Railways, 58(633), 37-39.

ANON (2000). Managing your land for ground pine. Plantlife: 8pp.

ANON (2001). Bats to bask in top secret hothouse. Nat World, 61, page 13 [Incubator in loft of a Dorset house for brown long-eared bats]

ANON (2001). Croham Hurst. Surrey Wildlife Trust Local Groups Newsl. Croydon etc., early Summer 2001, page 1 [Golf Course . chalk grassland part of SSSI de-notified]

ANON (2001). Disaster for bats in Richmond: bat conservation at Barn Elms Wetland Centre threatened by major sports development. Natterers News, 45, page 1.

ANON (2001). Now its Thameslink 2007 - or 2008. Mod Railways, 58(633), page 8.

BUTLER, David (2001). Welcome to the countryside. Nat World, 61, 25-28 [Countryside and Rights of Way Act, 2000]

CHILDS, Joan (2001). The Force is with you. Bat News, 61, 4-5.

CORDNER, Ken (2001). Spotlight on the North Downs. Mod Railways, 58(634), 31-32 [Railway services on the Redhill - Guildford - Reading line]

ENGLISH NATURE (2001). Welcome to English Nature: working today for nature tomorrow. English Nature: 24pp.

LILEY, Durwyn (2001). Potential for disturbance? Will the 'right to roam' Act lead to conflicts for bird conservation? BTO News, 234, page 12.

LAWSON, Trevor (2001). Bringing in a better harvest. Nat World, 61, 30-31 and 33 [Agriculture / wildlife conservation]

MAY, Isabel, and Lena WARD (2001). Restoring nature. NERC News, Summer 2001, 10-11.

NATIONAL TRUST (2001). Top site for bats. News of the Weald, 41, page 2 [Chapel Farm underground chalk quarry at Westhumble]

NIEKE, Margaret R. (2001). Knowledge for managing change. Eng Heritage Coservat Bull, 40, 20-22.

ROYAL ARCHAEOLOGICAL INSTITUTE (2001). General index to the Archaeological Journal volumes 126 - 150 for the years 1969 - 93. Including the Proceedings of the Annual Summer Meeting published separately 1988 - 1992. Royal Archaeological Institute: v + 213pp.

WALSH, Aly (2001). Getting into warm water. NERC News, Summer 2001, 12-13.

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AUSTEN, Peter (2001). Gardening through time (a brief history of fossil plants.) Newsl Kent Geol Group, 7, 8-9 [Wealden beds / Smokejacks brickyard]

LATHAM, Baldwin (2001). Croydon Bourne flows. News of the Weald, 41, 5-6.

RUNDLE, Adrian (2001). "Woodlouse" droppings from Dorset! Newsl Kent Geol Group, 7, 10-11.

SARJEANT, William Antony Swithin (1967). The rediscovery of a lost species of Dinoflagellate cyst: Hystrichosphaera (ex: Spiniferites) reginaldi (Mantell, 1844) comb. nov. Microscopy, [J Quekett Microscop Club] 30(10), 241-250 [SE England Mesozoic cherts / flints]

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AKPAN, Eloïse (2001). William Hurlstone - South Norwood composer. Norwood Rev, 154, 9-12 [William Yeates Hurlstone, d. 1906]

ANON (1997). Croydon's palaces. Deptford Forum Publishing / Croydon Heritage Office: 14pp [Addington and Croydon Palaces]

ANON (2001). Celebrating a century of public ownership. Grangewood Park. Croham Hurst. Croydon Rep, 28, 16-17.

BEAVIS, Jim (1999). The Croydon races. Streatham: Local History Publications: 52pp.

BLACKWELL, John (2001). Sussex branch lines - a year 2000 survey. 5. Railways to Midhurst. Newsl Sussex Ind Archaeol Soc, 110, 4-6.

BLYTHMAN, Guy (2001). Lost windmills of Sussex. Broadwater post mill. Newsl Sussex Ind Archaeol Soc, 110, 12-14.

BROWN, John W. (1995). Black's 1861 guide to Croydon. Streatham: Local History Reprints: unpaginated [Extracts from Adam & Charles Black's Guide to the history, antiquities and topography of the County of Surrey, 1861]

BROWN, John W. (2001). Norwood's mystery shops? Norwood Rev, 154, 5-6.

CLARK, Paul (1979). The Chichester & Midhurst Railway. Sheffield: Turntable Publications: 72pp + folded fig.

COULTER, John (2001). Book review: South Norwood in the 1920s. Crystal Palace vistas, by Roger Hutchings. Norwood Rev, 154, 16-18.

COX, Ron (2001). Fire, fog, "feeders" and folly. Ron Cox continues his recollections of the 1930s. Beckenham Historian, 340, page 6.

DAVIES, Mike, and Jonathan KISSOCK (2001). Transcripts and commentaries. The dangers of shortcuts: the feet of fine and Lansdowne manuscripts 306, 307 and 308. Loc Historian, 31(2), 107-109.

EVANS, David (2001). Francis Haveron commemorative meeting, 3 March 2001. "Aspects of Surrey's industrial past". Newsl Surrrey Ind Hist Group, 121, 6-7.

GAGE, Bill, Michael HARRIS, and Tony SULLIVAN (1997). Going off the rails: the country tailway in West Sussex. West Sussex County Council: 96pp [Branch lines to Midhurst]

GRIFFITHS, Stephen (2001). More memories of Croydon. True North Books Ltd: 124pp

HALL, David (2000). The street where you live: the story of Horley road names. Horley Local History Society: vi + 90pp [ISBN 0-9519291-9-4]

JENKINS, T.W. (2001). Gideon Mantell and the dinosaurs of Crystal Palace. Norwood Rev, 154, 13-15 [Gideon Algernon Mantell, 1790 - 1852]

JORDAN, Spencer (2001). History and information technology: some implications for The Local Historian. Loc Historian, 31(2), 97-105.

KEET-BLACK, Janet (2001). The Robert Dawson Romany Collection. Loc Historian, 31(2), 112-116.

KERSHAW, S.W. (1996). Medieval Croydon. Streatham: Local History Reprints: [ii] + reprinted pages numbered 139-162 [Reprinted from George Clinch and S.W. Kershaw, Bygone Surrey, 1895]

LANCASTER, Brian (2001). The 'Croydon Case': dirty old town to model town. The making of the Croydon Board of Health and the typhoid epidemic of 1852 - 3. Proc. Croydon Nat Hist Sci Soc, 18(6), 145-206 + covers.

MACK, Lauria (2001). Early motor-bus operations around Beckenham and Bromley (Part 8.) Beckenham Historian, 340, page 2.

MANNING, Pat (2001). Tablets of stone. Beckenham Historian, 340, page 3 [Review of book on local churches / monuments]

MARSHALL, J.D. (2001). A co-operative local history project and some lessons learned from it. Loc Historian, 31(2), 66-82.

NEWBURY, Ken (2000). The river Lavant: Chichester's river from source to mouth. 2nd edn. Chichester: Phillimore: xii + 68pp.

O'SULLIVAN, Maureen (2001). Digging in MH12. J East Surrrey Fam Hist Soc, 24(2), 30-31 [PRO Ministry of Health / Poor Law Commissioners' files c. 1835 - 96]

PAGE, William (1998). Recollections of Croydon in the 1820s. Streatham: Local History Publications / Croydon Local Studies Library & Archives Service: 32pp

RADNEDGE, Aidan (2001). A piece of history disappears. Croydon Advertiser, 8 June 2001, page 11 [Addiscombe Station demolished]

RADNEDGE, Aidan (2001). Spot the difference. Croydon Post, 6 June 2001, page 7 [Addiscombe Station demolished]

RAVEN, Neil (2001). Trade directories and business size: evidence from the small towns of north Essex, 1851. Loc Historian, 31(2), 83-95.

REED, Nicholas (2001). Book review: The story of William Stanley by Eloïse Akpan. Norwood Rev, 154, 7-8.

TAYLOR, Sheila (edr) (2001). The moving metropolis: a history of London's transport since 1800. Laurence King / London's Transport Museum: 400pp [ISBN 1-85669-241-8] £ 30.

WALFORD, Edward, and John W. BROWN (1993). Walford's history of Croydon palace. Streatham: Local History Reprints: unpaginated [Extracts from Edward Walford's Greater London, 1883 - 84]

WESENCRAFT, Alan (2001). An octogenarian looks back. Norwood Rev, 154, 2-4 [Norwood in and after WWI]

WILLIS, Frank (2001). "Families waited upon daily". Part six. Beckenham Historian, 340, page 7.

YATES, Michael (2001). Sussex and Surrey mills: some comments on the literature. Part 1. Newsl Sussex Ind Archaeol Soc, 110, 11-12.

YATES, R.A. (1970). Office development in Croydon - an impact study. A dissertation submitted for the degree of B.A. (Hons.) Geography, October 1970. Durham: St. Cuthbert's Society: [iii] + 56pp.

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RESOURCE [COUNCIL FOR MUSEUMS ARCHIVES AND LIBRARIES] (2001). Information and communications technology and the development of museums, archives and libraries. A strategic plan for action. Draft for consultation. Resource [Council for Museums Archives and Libraries]: 16pp

RESOURCE [COUNCIL FOR MUSEUMS ARCHIVES AND LIBRARIES] (2001). Using museums, archives and libraries to develop a learning community. A strategic plan for action. Draft for consultation. Resource [Council for Museums Archives and Libraries]: 24pp

SOWAN, Paul W. (2001). Croydon's Tramlink. GLIAS Newsl, 194, page 8 [Museum Without Walls / Joseph Firbank's tunnels]

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ALFREY, Peter (1998). A review of the scarce migrants recorded at Beddington Farm 1987 - 1998. Beddington Farmlands Bird Rep, 12, 32-41 + 3 cold. plates.

ALFREY, Peter (1998). Seawatching at Beddington. Beddington Farmlands Bird Rep, 12, page 23.

ANON (1998). Sixty years of birding at Beddington. Beddington Farmlands Bird Rep, 12, page 24 [Brief notes on records from 1938, 1948, 1958, 1968 and 1978]

APPLETON, Graham, Andy WILSON and Gavin SIRIWARDENA (2001). Nightingale appeal projects. BTO News, 234, 6-7.

ATKINSON, Phil (2001). Woodlarks' winter harbour. BTO News, 234, page 5.

BEDDINGTON FARM BIRD GROUP (1998). Beddington Farmlands Bird Rep, 12: i + 43pp.

COLEMAN, Derek (1998). Beddington Sewage Farm breeding birds survey 1998. Beddington Farmlands Bird Rep, 12, 25-28.

COLEMAN, Derek, and Roger BOOTH (1998). Report on other wildlife at Beddington in 1998. Beddington Farmlands Bird Rep, 12, page 42 [Bats, beetles, butterflies, etc]

COLES, John W. (1996). Free-living nematodes in freshwater. Quekett J Microscopy, 37(8), 684-691 [Includes Surrey records]

COLLINS, Graham A. (1998). Some bees, wasps, and other insects at Beddington. Beddington Farmlands Bird Rep, 12, page 43.

CRICK, Humphrey, Mike RAVEN, Peter BEAVEN and David GLUE (2001). Yellow wagtail and red-throated diver - new Nest Record Scheme alerts. BTO News, 234, 8-9.

DODGE, A.V. (1982). Some observations on Ophrydium versatile. Microscopy, 34(5), 381-384 [Lake near Wisley]

EARLY, G.A. (1981). In praise of Desmids (with observations on the Desmid flora of Thursley Common, Surrey.) Microscopy, 34(3), 207-213.

GLUE, David (2001). Breeding tawny owl and siskin defy spring chill. BTO News, 234, page 13.

HARDING, Paul T., and Richard FOX (2001). Putting butterflies on the map. NERC News, Summer 2001, 4-5.

MARTIN, L.V. (1976). Rotifers in the sphagnum pools on Thursley Common. Microscopy, 33(2), 90-93.

MARTIN, L.V. (1977). Rotifers in the sphagnum pools on Thursley Common. Part two. Microscopy, 33(4), 236-241.

MARTIN, L.V. (1981). Gastrotrichs found in Surrey. Microscopy, 34(4), 286-300 [Dorking / Guildford area including Leith Hill, Ripley, and Thursley Common]

MARTIN, L.V. (1981). Observations on two rotifers, Collotheca trilobata, Collins, and Dicranophorus forcipatus, O.F. Muller. Microscopy, 34(4), 307-310 [Thursley Common]

MARTIN, L.V. (1984). Lecane rhacois - an unusual rotifer. Microscopy, 35(1), 51-54 [Thursley Common]

MOSS, Maurice O. (1977). The presence and distribution of Trachelomonas in Surrey rivers. Microscopy, 33(3), 163-169 [The rivers Mole and Wey]

MOSS, Maurice O. (????). Elements of bilateral symmetry in the centric diatom Cyclotella meneghiniana Kützing. Microscopy, 34(1), 59-63 {River Wey]

MOSS, Maurice O. (1981). The distribution of diatom frustules in the River Wey. Microscopy, 34(4), 270-280.

MOSS, Maurice O. (1985). Diatoms of a chalk spring fed lake. Microscopy, 35(3), 221-225 [The Silent Pool, Surrey]

MOSS, Maurice O. (1998). Fungi, survival and dispersal. Quekett J Microscop, 38(2), 90-101 [Includes Surrey records]

NETHERWOOD, Mike, and Mick COOK (1998). Ringing report 1998. Beddington Farmlands Bird Rep, 12, page 31.

NETHERWOOD, Mike, and Mick COOK (1998). The tree sparrow nestbox project at Beddington Sewage Farm, 1998. Beddington Farmlands Bird Rep, 12, 29-30.

RICHARDSON, Phil (2000). Distribution atlas of bats in Britain and Ireland 1980 - 1999. The Bat Conservation Trust: 43pp.

SARTORY, Peter Karel (1968). The recovery of a rare rotifer - Cupelopagis vorax (Leidy.) Microscopy, [J Quekett Microscop Club] 31(3), 68-69 [Cut Mill Pond, Farnham]

SARTORY, Peter Karel, and E.D. Hollowday (1983). On the occurrence of a rarely observed mutilation in the sessile rotifer Stephanoceros fimbriatus (Goldfuss) and its possible bearing on the identity of Collotheca monoceros (Zacharias.) Microscopy, 34(7), 507-510 [Pond at Chipstead, Surrey]

SMITH, Lewis (2001). Stag beetles lured by call of the suburbs. The Times, 19 May 2001, page 9.

WALLER, Andrew (2001). South of the river: Andrew Waller updates us on bat sites in south-east London. Natterers News, 45, page 4.

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