Croydon Bibliographies for Regional Survey July 2002
 
Number 70 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)

ALDRIDGE, Neil (2002). Probable seventeenth-century witch bottle: Biddenden. Archaeologia Cantiana 122, 415-416.

ALDRIDGE, Neil (2002). Sections of Roman Road: Benenden. Archaeologia Cantiana 122, 413-414.

ALLEN, Tim, Mike COTTERILL, and Geoffrey PIKE (2002). The Kentish copperas industry. Archaeologia Cantiana 122, 319-334.

ANDREWES, Jane, and Michael ZELL (2002). The population of Sandwich from the accession of Elizabeth I to the Civil War. Archaeologia Cantiana 122, 79-99.

ANON (2002). Dig in West Midlands reveals empty landscape. Br Archaeol 65, page 5.

ANON (2002). Early building on St. George's Hill. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc 359, page 14.

ANON (2002). Joan Harding's house models. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc 359, page 9 [Now at Weald & Downland Museum, Singleton, West Sussex]

ANON (2002). Medieval parchment from site of Canterbury's friary. Br Archaeol 65, page 7.

ANON (2002). Recent archaeological work at 21 - 23 London Road, Kingston. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc 359, 13-14.

ANON (2002). Surrey waggon at Singleton. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc 359, page 10.

ANON (2002). Temporary closure of Chertsey Museum. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc 359, 12-13.

ANON (2002). Wealthy early Roman graves near St. Albans. Br Archaeol 65, page 4.

BABB, Linda (2002). An early Iron-Age dagger from Castlethorpe, Buckinghamshire. Archaeol J 158, 325-347.

BANNISTER, Nicola R. (2002). The management of Dering Wood, Smarden, since the medieval period: archaeological and documentary evidence. Archaeologia Cantiana 122, 221-235.

BAYLEY, Christopher I. (2002). The Merstham quarries survey. News of the Weald 45, 7-10 [Reprinted from Newsl Unit 2 CRE 2, 1987]

BENNELL, Maureen (2002). Iron Age material: Capel-le-Ferne. Archaeologia Cantiana 122, 402-412.

BERG, Mary (2002). Patrixbourne church: medieval patronage, fabric and history. Archaeologia Cantiana 122, 113-142.

BIDDULPH, Edward (2002). One for the road? Providing food and drink for the final journey. Archaeologia Cantiana 122, 101-111 [Romano-British burials]

BIDWELL, Paul (2002). Great sites: Exeter Roman baths. Br Archaeol 65, 12-15.

BLISS, Simon (2002). An early nineteenth-century engraving of Malling Abbey tower. Archaeologia Cantiana 122, 417-423.

BROWN, Gary (2002). Roman Greenwich. Archaeologia Cantiana 122, 293-317.

BROWN, John W. (2002). … and beer-peddling as well. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc 359, 5-6 [Streatham]

CANTERBURY ARCHAEOLOGICAL TRUST (2002). Interim reports on work carried out by the Canterbury Archaeological Trust 1998 - 2000. Archaeologia Cantiana 122, 343-362.

CATON, John N. (2002). Industrial archaeology and industrial history. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc 359, page 11.

CLINCH, Mike (2002). Chalk mine at Hartley. Newsl Kent Underground Res Grp 73, page 2.

DAWSON, Graham (2002). JOCE - a postscript. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc 359, 4-5 [Streatham]

DAWSON, Graham (2002). Tree-stealers and tile-makers in 15th century Streatham. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc 359, 4-5.

DAWSON, Graham (2002). Warlingham Manor. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc 359, page 15.

DENISON, Simon (2002). Fortress Britain: the Defence of Britain project, now complete, has revolutionised our understanding of Britain's wartime defences. Br Archaeol 65, 8-11.

EDWARDS, Elizabeth (2002). Interpretations of the influence of the immigrant population in Kent in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. Archaeologia Cantiana 122, 275-292.

FARRER, Hugh (2002). Well and private Victorian reservoir at Maidstone. Newsl Kent Underground Res Grp 73, 3-4.

GARDINER, Mark, Richard CROSS, Nigel MACPHERSON-GRANT, Ian RIDDLER, Lyn BLACKMORE, Derek CHICK, Sheila HAMILTON-DYER, Emily MURRAY, and David WEIR (2002). Continental trade and non-urban ports in mid-Anglo-Saxon England: excavations at Sandtun, West Hythe, Kent. Archaeol J 158, 161-290.

GWYN, David (2002). Engines of change: railways profoundly influenced the rural and urban landscapes of Britain. Br Archaeol 65, 16-21.

HAINES, Roy Martin (2002). The release of ornaments in the Archbishop's chapel and some other arrangements following Simon Mepham's elevation. Archaeologia Cantiana 122, 363-371.

HALL, Alan (2002). A Second World War anti-tank ditch at Seale. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc 359, 1-2.

HINTON, David (2002). Lords of the Hrungs: Tolkien's epic may have been part-inspired by Anglo-Saxon archaeology and story-telling. Br Archaeol 65, 22-24.

HYDE, Patricia, and Duncan HARRINGTON (2002). Faversham's role in the Armada and the counter-Armada. Archaeologia Cantiana 122, 183-195.

JONES, Karen (2002). Interpersonal violence in Kent, 1460 - 1560. Archaeologia Cantiana 122, 29-47.

LE GEAR, R.F. (2002). Medieval denehole: Wilmington, Dartford. Archaeologia Cantiana 122, 414-415.

LE GEAR, R.F. (2002). Chalkwells: Hartlip and Lynsted. Archaeologia Cantiana 122, 416-417.

LEWIS, Michael, and Keith PARFITT (2002). A Neolithic stone axe: Offham, near West Malling. Archaeologia Cantiana 122, 397-399.

LEWIS, Michael, Philip MacDONALD and Keith SMALLWOOD (2002). An insular La Tène toggle: Wrotham. Archaeologia Cantiana 122, 399-401.

MERCER, Malcolm (2002). A forgotten Kentish rebellion, September - October 1470. Archaeologia Cantiana 122, 143-151.

MOORE, Chris (2002). Late Bronze Age, Romano-British and early / middle Saxon features at Hoo St. Werburgh. Archaeologia Cantiana 122, 259-274.

PARFITT, Keith (2002). A Prehistoric site off Green Lane, Whitfield, near Dover. Archaeologia Cantiana 122, 373-396.

PEARMAN, Harry (2002). Caves and tunnels in South East England. Part 15. Rec Chelsea Spelaeol Soc 27: iv + 62pp.

PEARSON, Andrew (2002). Stone supply to the Saxon Shore forts at Reculver, Richborough, Dover and Lympne. Archaeologia Cantiana 122, 197-220.

PHILP, Brian, and Maurice CHENERY (2002). A Roman site at Home Farm, Eynsford. Archaeologia Cantiana 122, 49-78.

RAPSON, Gabby (2002). Two Lower Palaeolithic bifaces from Outwood. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc 359, 3-4.

RENN, Derek (2002). Survey of Post Office boxes. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc 359, page 15.

RIALL, Nicholas (2002). Heraldic beasts. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc 359, page 15.

SELKIRK, Robert, Andrew SELKIRK and Wendy SELKIRK (2002). The archaeology handbook 2002-3. Current Archaeology: 74pp [CNHSS]

SWEETINGBURGH, Sheila (2002). Supporting the Canterbury hospitals: benefaction and the language of charity in the twelfth and thirteenth centuries. Archaeologia Cantiana 122, 237-258.

TATTON-BROWN, Tim (2002). Cobham Hall: the house and gardens. Archaeologia Cantiana 122, 1-27.

TURNER, Dennis J. (2002). In response to John Caton's letter. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc 359, page 12.

TURNER, Dennis J. (2002). Reigate and Banstead: list of historic parks and gardens. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc 359, page 9.

TURNER, Dennis J. (2002). Re-interpreting Winkhurst. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc 359, 10-11.

WEBB, Diana (2002). St. Margaret in Kent: two eleventh-century anecdotes. Archaeologia Cantiana 122, 335-342.

WILKINSON, David, and Duncan WOOD (2002). Excavations at Biggin Street, Dover. Archaeologia Cantiana 122, 153-182.

WILLIAMS, David (2002). Earthworks in Priory Park, Reigate: a reply to Tom Welsh. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc 359, 2-3.

YOUNGS, P.E. (2002). Dendrochronology project. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc 359, 8-9.

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GENERAL / GEOGRAPHY / PLANNING / CONSERVATION / REFERENCE

ALEXANDER, Jean (2002). Licensing of data-sets: for planning, resource evaluation, and other activities. Earthwise 18, 10-11.

ANON (2002). The alien threat to our freshwater habitats. Engl Nature Mag 61, 6-7.

BRIGGS, Patty (2002). Bats lose out in a barn storm. Bat News 64, 4-5 [Effects of converting barns to residential use]

CULSHAW, Martin (2002). Environmental information systems: decision support for planners. Earthwise 18, 6-7.

ELLISON, Richard, Ed HOUGH, and Holger KESSLER (2002). Applied geological maps: presenting earth science information for planning and development. Earthwise 18, 4-5.

GASTER, Chris (2002). Crystal Palace - what now? Norwood Rev 158, 10-11,

LAMBRICK, George (2002). Stop wrecking Victorian terraces. Br Archaeol 65, page 26.

MOORE, Jane (2002). Bromley and Lambeth planning notes. Norwood Rev 158, 8-9.

MORRIS, Brian L. (2002). Urban groundwater: groundwater protection and management in developing cities. Earthwise 18, page 31.

MORTIMORE, Rory N. (1997). Rose & Crown & Kenley Station chalk quarries, Coulsdon, Surrey. University of Brighton: 10pp + 6pp figs [Report on geological aspects of SSSI / safety of faces]

NAPIER, Bruce, and Holger KESSLER (2002). Linear route planning: geo-environmental ground risk studies. Earthwise 18, 8-9.

TRICK, Julien, and Ben KLINCK (2001). Grave concerns: health risks from human burials. Earthwise 17, page 20.

WALSBY, Jenny (2002). GeoHazard: Potential Geological Hazard Data provision. Earthwise 18, page 13.

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GEOLOGY / EARTH SCIENCES

BALDWIN, Stuart A. (2002). Fossil Hall. GA Magazine 1(2), page 23.

BALDWIN, Stuart A. (2002). Fossil Hall to close after 4,600,000,021 years. Down to Earth 39, page 16.

BLOODWORTH, Andrew J. (2002). Building sustainability: planning for the supply of brick clay. Earthwise 18, 28-29.

CAREY, P.J., and A.B. POOLE (2002). Applications of petrography: concrete. GA Magazine 1(2), page 20.

COOPER, Anthony H., and Andrew FARRANT (2002). Planning for problems with soluble rocks: defining karstic geohazards using GIS. Earthwise 18, 18-19 [Chalk / limestones / gypsum / rocksalt]

JARZEMBOWSKI, Ed (2002). Museums: historic manuscript unearthed. GA Magazine 1(2), page 14 [Unpublished notebooks and drawings of William Harding Bensted, former Kentish Rag quarryman of Maidstone]

JONES, Lee D. (2002). Shrinking and swelling soils in the UK: assessing clays for the planning process. Earthwise 18, 22-23.

MANKELOW, Jo, and David HIGHLEY (2002). Sustainable development for mineral extraction: an example from the Wareham Basin. Earthwise 18, 26-27 [Dorset (Purbeck): economic reserves of ball clays, sand and gravels, and hydrocarbons in relation to protected categories of land (AONB and SSSI)]

MARKER, Brian, and Mike PETTERSON (2002). Partnership for minerals planning in England: balancing assets with liabilities. Earthwise 18, 24-25.

MERRIMAN, Dick (2002). The magma-to-mud cycle. Geology Today 18(2), 67-71.

MORTIMORE, Rory N. (1997). Rose & Crown & Kenley Station chalk quarries, Coulsdon, Surrey. University of Brighton: 10pp + 6pp figs [Report on geological aspects of SSSI / safety of faces]

SELLEY, Dick (2002). Geological and climatic controls on English wines. GA Magazine 1(2), 6-7 [Dorking (Deepdene), Ranmore (Denbies), Painshill etc]

STYLES, Peter (2002). "Good vibration!": induced seismicity in Britain. GA Magazine 1(2), 5-6.

WOODWARD, Lucia (2002). Haslemere Educational Museum: the Geikie collection. GA Magazine 1(2), page 15 [Archibald Geikie's papers]

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LOCAL HISTORY

ANON (2002). The Brailsford diaries (continued.) The Brighton Circular 28(2), 83-87.

BALDWIN, John (2002). Three Bridges. The Brighton Circular 28(2), page 77.

BIRD, Graham, and John MANN (2002). British road numbering. J Railway Canal Hist Soc 34(2), 92-99.

BOYCE, Peter (2002). The Sidneys: a double whammy. J East Surrey Fam Hist Soc 25(2), 16-19.

BOYES, John H. (2002). An abortive proposal for electric haulage on the Lee Navigation. J Railway Canal Hist Soc 34(2), 107-109.

BROWN, John W. (2002). Monkey Hollis of Gipsy Road. Norwood Rev 158, 21-22.

CHAPMAN, Terence (2002). The elusive Chapmans of Battersea and Lambeth. J East Surrey Fam Hist Soc 25(2), 20-21.

COULTER, John (2002). Late pubs of Norwood. No. 1 George IV and the pretender. Norwood Rev 158, 14-17.

COX, John (2002). 'A direct bounty on extravagant quantities.' Peto's Great Northern contracts, 1847 - 50. J Railway Canal Hist Soc 34(2), 83-87.

COX, Ronald C.W. (2002). Chance, coincidence - and a lack of communication. The fates combined to bring fever to Croydon. Beckenham Historian 350, page 2 [Report of lecture]

COX, Ronald C.W. (2002). Dodging the bombs - the Home Front, 1938 - 1940. Beckenham Historian 350, page 2 [West Wickham]

CRUTTENDEN, Mike (2002). 'Electric slot' signalling at Kingscote. The Brighton Circular, 28(2), page 54.

CRUTTENDEN, Mike, and Edward HART (2002). Egyptian 'D' tanks. The Brighton Circular 28(2), 82-83.

CRUTTENDEN, Mike (2002). Eve of wedding tragedy. The Brighton Circular, 28(2), 57-58 [Clara Annie Rogers killed by locomotive on level crossing at Withyham Station]

CRUTTENDEN, Mike (2002). Kingscote - William George May Mead. The Brighton Circular, 28(2), page 54.

CRUTTENDEN, Mike (2002). Rowfant brickworks. The Brighton Circular 28(2), page 82 [Alternating agricultural / industrial work]

CRUTTENDEN, Mike, and Edward HART (2002). Three Bridges - 'Caffins Mill.' The Brighton Circular 28(2), page 78.

EAST SURREY FAMILY HISTORY SOCIETY (2002). Government White Paper: civil registration - vital changes. J East Surrey Fam Hist Soc 25(2), 37-41 [Outline of Government's proposed changes, and the Society's initial response (by Richard Ratcliffe)]

EDSALL, David (2002). Fares, and 'Gov.'. The Brighton Circular, 28(2), 61-63.

FAULKNER, Alan H. (2002). The Regent's Canal dock, Part 1. J Railway Canal Hist Soc 34(2), 70-82.

FOOKES, Gwyneth, and Roger PACKHAM (2002). A celebration of the Bourne. 2nd edn. Bourne Society: 59pp [ISBN 0-900992-62-X][Includes an additional section by G.F. 'Bourne again! The rising of the Bourne in 2000 - 2001' in pages 52-58][CNHSS]

FRETWELL, Tony (2002). Mining biographical sketches: Sir Clement Le Neve Foster (1841 - 1904.) Newsl Northern Mine Res Soc, May 2002, page 5 [Foster surveyed the geology of parts of SE England (mainly Kent) as an officer of the Geological Survey, and was subsequently Inspector of Mines for the North Wales & Isle of Man (etc) District (which included Surrey, kent, and Sussex)]

GILL, Mary (2002). Great Grandmother - I presume! J East Surrey Fam Hist Soc 25(2), 32-35

GODDARD, Philip (2002). Norwood Society AGM: April 2002. Chairman's report, Norwood Rev 158, 4-7.

HART, Edward, Mike CRUTTENDEN, and Nick WELLINGS (2002). The 'Brighton Bell.' The Brighton Circular 28(2), 60-61.

HOWE, Bill (2002). Brighton line widening. The Brighton Circular 28(2), 58-59 [Earlswood - Three Bridges]

HUDSON, Brian (2002). Using a computer for family history research. J East Surrey Fam Hist Soc 25(2), page 19.

JACKSON, Alan A. (2002). George Augustus Nokes: notes for an unwritten biography. J Railway Canal Hist Soc 34(2), 110-114.

KING, Mike, and Edward HART (2002). Three Bridges OS maps. The Brighton Circular 28(2), 78-79.

LEE, James (2002). Norwood through the lens of the novelist. Emile Zola - photographer in exile. Beckenham Historian 350, page 8.

LIPSCOMBE, Clare (2002). 100 years of the Crystal Palace Band. Norwood Rev 158, 18-19.

MALINS, Martin (2002). Freudian spot. News of the Weald 45, 1-4 [Railway tunnels]

MARX, Klaus (2002). Background to the purchase of the Surrey Iron Railway The Brighton Circular 28(2), page 95 [Proposed s.g. main line Croydon to Wandsworth proposed on SIR route 1846 (line not built until 1855)]

MARX, Klaus (2002). Brighton shareholders' meetings (continued.) The Brighton Circular 28(2), 90-94 [1844-1845]

MARX, Klaus (2002). 'Pumping' engines at Three Bridges. The Brighton Circular 28(2), 74-76 + plates on 72-73 [Spare or withdrawn steam locomotives used as stationary pumping engines for water from the river Mole]

MARX, Klaus (2002). Trainspotting in 1856. The Brighton Circular 28(2), 51 and 52-53.

MINNIS, John (2002). Friars Walk and tables turn [Talk reported by Peter Barker + drawing of LBSCR turntable crank housing of 1872 by Simon Turner] The Brighton Circular 28(2), 63-65.

MOSES, Stuart (2002). Linking the past with the future. Croydon Rep 39, 12-13 [One of the four 3m diameter clockfaces from the tower (demolished 1997) of Gillett & Johnston's factory at Union Road relocated to Westwood School]

NASH, Sid (2002). Culver Junction, up and down. The Brighton Circular 28, page 79.

NORTHERN FOODS (2002). Paynes: commemorating a great taste in tea, coffee & confectionery 1896 - 2002. Northern Foods: 12pp

REED, Nicholas (2002). Hail and farewell [final editorial] Norwood Rev 158, page 3.

REED, Nicholas (2002). Thoughts on Beckenham's rivers by Pat Manning [Book review] Norwood Rev 158, page 20.

SOWAN, Paul W. (2002). George Payne & Co. Ltd's cocoa and chocolate factory (Waddon Works), Croydon Road, Beddington: report on site visit 8 March 2002. CNHSS Site File 3: 6pp.

SOWAN, Paul W. (2002). Why go underground for mineral resources? News of the Weald 45, 5-6.

STEED, David (2002). Manston caves. Newsl Kent Underground Res Grp 73, page 1 [Chalk mines and show caves on the Isle of Thanet]

TURNER, Simon T. (2002). Out of the woodwork - novel PO waggons No. 2. W.T. Bonnell of Forest Row. The Brighton Circular 28(2), 80-81.

WAGSTAFF, John (2002). Letter to the editor: early transport. Norwood Rev 158, 12-13.

WHITE, Ian M., and Simon T. TURNER (2002). Moses Nightingale and Son, coal and corn merchant, Crawley. The Brighton Circular 28(2), 66-71.

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MUSEUMS

No items in this issue

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NATURAL HISTORY

BARKER, Gary M. (2002). Phylogenetic diversity: a quantitative framework for measurement of priority and achievement in biodiversity conservation. Biol J Linnean Soc 76(2), 165-194.

BORGES, Carl (2002). Now is the time for .. slime moulds. Engl Nature Mag 61, page 9.

BRODDLE, Petra (2002). The world of lichens and mosses. Gaz South London Botan Inst, June 2002, 6-8 [Includes records for Dulwich Upper Wood, Putney Heath, Wimbledon Common, and West Norwood Cemetery]

FRANCIS, Bob (2002). Report of a field trip to Saint John's Church, West Wickham, Kent .. 13th April 2002. Gaz South London Botan Inst, June 2002, page 15 [Includes records for lichens]

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