Croydon Bibliographies for Regional Survey March 2002
 
Number 65 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)

CARR, Robert (2002). What is industrial archaeology? Ind Archaeol News 120, 2-3.

PARSONS, Julien (2002). Great sites: Belas Knap. Skeletons excavated at Belas Knap in the 19th century led to theories of a superior race of Bronze Age invaders conquering Neolithic Britain. Br Archaeol 63, 18-23 [Gloucestershire]

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GENERAL / GEOGRAPHY / PLANNING / CONSERVATION / REFERENCE

ANON (2001). Return to the Crystal Palace shows little has changed. New Civil Engineer 25 October 2001, page 29.

ANON (2002). New lease of life for Norwood Grove. Croydon Rep 35, 4-5.

FRITH, Mathew (2001). Suburban relapse - the neverland between rus and urbe. Ecos (A review of Conservation) 22(3/4), 54-63.

HOWARD, G.E. (2001). The smaller brick, stone and weatherboard houses of Surrey, 17th to mid 19th century. A statistical analysis. Domestic Buildings Research group (Surrey): 63pp [ISBN 0-9511553-2-6]

LEMAITRE, Georges, 1931, Le Weald: étude de géographie écononique et humaine. Thèse pour le doctorat ès lettres. Présentée à la Faculté des Lettres de l'Université de Paris. Paris: Les Presses Universitaires de France: (i) + 408pp + viii plates + folded maps

LEVY, Simon (2002). Woodland management - to intervene or not? Selsdon Gaz 56(615), pages 10 and 13.

London Passenger Transport Act, 1933, An Act to provide for the establishment of a Passenger Transport Board .. 23 Geo. V, Ch 14: vi + 179pp

MASTERS, Jon (2001). Travelling light. New tram systems … New Civil Engineer 13 September 2001, 32-33 [Includes Croydon Tramlink]

STEVENSON, Eileen (2002). Littleheath Woods. Selsdon Gaz 56(615), 24 and 29.

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GEOLOGY / EARTH SCIENCES

BRISTOW, C. Roger, Ian Wilkinson, Chris Wood and Mark Woods (2002). The base of the Portsdown Chalk Formation (Chalk Group, White Chalk Subgroup) in the BGS Big Almer Wood Borehole, Dorset, southern England. Proc Geol Assoc 113(1), 37-45.

FROEHLICH, David J. (2002). Quo vadis eohippus? The systematics and taxonomy of the early Eocene equids (Perissodactyla.) Zool J Linnean Soc 134(2), 141-256.

GROVER, John William, 1887, Chalk-water springs in the London Basin, illustrated by the Newbury, Wokingham, Leatherhead and Rickmansworth Waterworks. Minutes Proc Inst Civil Engineers 90, 1-20 + discussion in pages 40-102.

NAISH, Darren, and David M. MARTILL (2002). A reappraisal of Thecocoelurus daviesi (Dinosauria: Theropoda) from the Early Cretaceous of the Isle of Wight. Proc Geol Assoc 113(1), 23-30.

ROSE, J., et al. (2002). Early and early Middle Pleistocene river, coastal and neotectonic processes, southeast Norfolk, England. Proc Geol Assoc 113(1), 47-67.

TORRENS, Hugh Simon (edr) (2002). The practice of British geology, 1750 - 1850. Ashgate Variorum: xiv + 356pp [ISBN 0-86078-876-8]

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LOCAL HISTORY

ANON, 1935, Electric railway traction. Southern Railway electrification extension to Eastbourne and Hastings. Railway Gazette Supplement, 28 June 1935 [Numbered 23], xvi + 1,277-1,300 pp [Includes 'A résumé of Southern electrification history' (1903-1935)]

BELSEY, Hugh (2002). Diplomatic conservation [of paintings] Loc Hist News 62, 6-7.

BRIGHAM, Allan (2001). According to station: education in early Victorian Dorking (1839 - 1841) Dorking Hist 2001, 21-32.

BROOKES, Brian (2002). Obituary. Watsonia 24(1), 125-126.

CARTER, Paul (2002). Ruminations. Loc Hist News 62, page 8.

CROSBY, Alan (2002). Local studies collections. Loc Hist News 62, 2-3.

DAVIES, H.J. (2001). Christian Centre opened at St. George's Church, Ashtead. Proc. Leatherhead & District Loc Hist Soc 6(5), 102-103 [Includes a 'specially constructed secure room for a computerised church archive.]

DAWSON, Philip, 1911, The electrification of a portion of the suburban system of the London, Brighton and South Coast Railway. Minutes Proc Inst Civil Engineers 186, 1-57 + plates I-iv + discussion on pages 58-172 [Overhead lines electrification of London Bridge-Victoria line, and proposals for extensions to Croydon, Coulsdon, Sanderstead, etc]

DUDMAN, Paul (2002). Queen Mary's Hospital, Roehampton. Loc Hist News 62, 28-29.

ETTLINGER, Vivien (2001). Log book of David Mitchell of Capel 1885 - 1891. Dorking Hist 2001, 40-41.

FERRY, Valerie (2001). The origins of the Youth Hostels Association in the Surrey Hills. Dorking Hist 2001, 12-20.

FRITH, Ted (2002). An appeal from the Editor. Selsdon Gaz 56(615), 19-20 [History of Selsdon]

GODFREY, B.E. (2001). Memorials to Thomas and William Moore in St. Nicolas Church, Great Bookham. Proc Leatherhead & District Loc Hist Soc 6(5), 108-112.

HAFTER, Gordon (2002). The London Underground and the National Railways. J Railway Canal Hist Soc 34(1), 46-52.

HARRIS, Judy (2001). The Roupells of Lambeth: politics, property and peculation in Victorian London. A history of William Roupell, M.P. for Lambeth, 1857 - 1862. The Streatham Society: 140pp [ISBN 1-873520-37-9]

HAYNS, David (2002). A 'hands-on' local historian. Loc Hist News 62, 30-31.

HIGGINS, Beryl, and Vivien ETTLINGER (2001). The great house on Butter Hill. Dorking Hist 2001, 1-11.

HUMPHREYS, Bob (2001). Responses to the Great Exhibition in Hyde Park, 1851. Dorking Hist 2001, 33-37.

JACKSON, Alan A. (2002). From street to train. J Railway Canal Hist Soc 34(1), 34-37 [Lifts / stairs / elevators]

JOHNES, Martin (2002). Mushrooms, scandal and bankruptcy: the short life of Mid Rhondda Football Club. Local Historian 32(1), 41-53.

JOHNSON, Michael F., 1997-98, A history of Outwood I - II. Outwood Local History Society: 58pp; (iv) + vi + 96pp [ISBN 0-9530312-0-9 and 0-9530312-1-7][CNHSS]

KNIGHT, David, 1989, Dorking in wartime: a diary of events compiled chiefly from the Dorking Advertiser and from various other sources. Westcott: author: 136pp [ISBN 0-9515328-0-4]

KNIGHT, David, 1995, Growing up in Westcott in the 1940s and 1950s. Dorking Local History Group: 27pp [ISBN 1-870912-20-9]

LEWIS, Andrew, and Sarah LEWIS (2000). A celebration of Fengates Road. Redhill: Fengates Road 2000: 124pp

MARCHINGTON, T. (2001). Dew ponds in Norbury Park. Proc Leatherhead & District Loc Hist Soc 6(5), 106-108.

MILLER, Bettie (2002). Twenty years on. Loc Hist News 62, 4-5 [Reprinted from The Local Historian 15(2), (May 1982)]

MILLER, Robert (2002). At Cocking in 1881. J Railway Canal Hist Soc 34(1), 30-31 [Sussex: construction of Chichester-Midhurst line]

MITCHELL, Vic, and Keith SMITH (2001). Sussex narrow gauge. Midhurst: Middleton Press: 96pp [ISBN 1-901706-68-0][Industrial and pleasure railways]

MONTAGUE, Eric N. (2001). Mitcham Histories 2: North Mitcham. Merton Historical Society: x + 147pp [ISBN 1-903899-07-9]

MURRAY, Stephen (2002). Military gravestones in south-east Essex: classification and analysis of a neglected source. Local Historian 32(1), 4-21.

OVERELL, Brian (2001). The fate of Monsieur Gilbert. Dorking Hist 2001, page 42.

OXLEY, Geoffrey (2002). Robert Whitworth (1734 - 1799): canal engineer of Calderdale. Local Historian 32(1), 54-63 [Worked on Thames between Barnes and Staines, Forth and Clyde Canal, and Leeds and Liverpool Canal]

RICE-OXLEY, Mary (2001). Three hundred years of history: the Swan, Leatherhead, and its brewery. Leatherhead and District Local History Society: 47pp [ISBN 0-9506009-8-9]

ROBERTS, A. (2001). Addendum to the Proceedings, 2000. Proc Leatherhead & District Loc Hist Soc 6(5), 102 and 104 [Baptist meeting room at Hampton Cottage]

ROBERTS, A. (2001). The Neate family of Leatherhead. Proc Leatherhead & District Loc Hist Soc 6(5), 112-123.

RYAN, Meg, and Keith HARDING (2001). Betchworth within living memory: ah yes, I remember it well. South Nutfield: Goodness Gracious: 192pp [ISBN 0-9541917-0-6]

SOKOLOFF, Sally (2002). The Home front in the Second World War and local history. Local Historian 32(1), 22-40.

STEWART, Renée (2001). The Dorking Bach Choir. Dorking Hist 2001, 38-39.

STUTTARD, J.C. (edr.), 1995, A history of Ashtead. Leatherhead and District Local History Society: xv + 247pp [ISBN 0-9506009-2-X]

STUTTARD, J.C. (edr.) (2001). History of Headley. Leatherhead and District Local History Society: xi + 92pp [ISBN 0-9506009-9-7]

STUTTARD, J.C. (2001). 150th anniversary of St. John's School, Leatherhead. Proc Leatherhead & District Loc Hist Soc 6(5), page 102.

SYMONDS, Richard Paul (2001). A brewing heritage: the story of brewing in Reigate and Redhill. Horsham: author: xv + 117pp [ISBN 0-9540487-0-9]

TIMS, A.E. (2001). Fetcham Park ice house. Proc Leatherhead & District Loc Hist Soc 6(5), 104-106 [Demolished 1995 - includes photograph, plan and section]

VARDEY, Edwina (2001). Leatherhead: a history. Chichester: Phillimore: xiv + 130pp [ISBN 1-86077-189-0]

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MUSEUMS

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NATURAL HISTORY

ABBOTT, R.J., J.K. JAMES, D.G. FORBES, and H.P. COMES (2002). Hybrid origin of the Oxford ragwort, Senecio squalidus L: morphological and allozyme differences between S. squalidus and S. rupestris Waldst. and Kit. Watsonia 24(1), 17-29.

BRIGGS, D., and E. GORRINGE (2002). The struggle to produce a flora of the British Isles (1933 - 1952.) Watsonia 24(1), 1-15.

FAY, M.F., D.S. GERNANDT, R.S. COWAN, M.A.R. KITCHEN, C. KITCHEN, and T.C.G. RICH (2002). Parentage of an unknown member of the Sorbus latifolia (Lam.) Pers. group (Rosaceae.) Watsonia 24(1), 91-100.

GOUGH, Su, and Dan CHAMBERLAIN (2002). The BTO London Bird Project. BTO News 238, page 9.

GREENAWAY, Frank (2001). The Box Hill book of bats. Dorking: The Friends of Box Hill: 42pp [ISBN 0-953443003-5]

HARRIS, S.A. (2002). Introduction of Oxford ragwort, Senecio squalidus L. (Asteraceae), to the United Kingdom. Watsonia 24(1), 31-43.

MARCHANT, John (2002). Global warming and autumn migration - the observatory connection. BTO News 238, 14-15 [Dungeness]

PEARMAN, D.A., and B. EDWARDS (2002). Valerianella eriocarpa Desv. in Dorset, and a reassessment of its status as a presumed introduction in Britain. Watsonia 24(1), 81-89.

RASMUSSEN, K.K., and J.E. LAWESSON (2002). Lycopodiella inundata in British plant communities and reasons for its decline. Watsonia 24(1), 45-55.

RICH, T.C.G., and A.J. LOCKTON (2002). Bromus interruptus (Hack.) Druce (Poaceae) - an extinct English endemic. Watsonia 24(1), 69-80.

RICH, T.C.G. (2002). Conservation of Britain's biodiversity: Hieracium asteridiophyllum and H. cillense (Asteraceae.) Watsonia 24(1), 101-106.

RICH, T.C.G., and R. FITZGERALD (2002). Life cycle, ecology and distribution of Schoenoplectus triqueter (L.) Palla (Cyperaceae), triangular club-rush, in Britain and Ireland. Watsonia 24(1), 57-67.

SANKEY, Ann (2000). The Box Hill book of orchids. Dorking: The Friends of Box Hill: 42pp [ISBN 0-9534430-2-7]

SMITH, R.E.N. (2002). The re-appearance of Lobelia urens L. from soil seed bank at a site in south Devon. Watsonia 24(1), 110-112.

VICKERY, Juliet (2002). Exciting new farmland bird projects. BTO News 238, 16-17.

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