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                      INDEX SECTION "A"   Local Societies

 

A1.1                Addlestone Historical Society News
A1.2                Constitution of the Addlestone Historical Society (2 copies)
A1.3                Addlestone Historical Society, Minutes of the first General Meeting, 11th September 1984
A2.3                Addlestone Historical Society, Agenda of the first Annual General Meeting, 4th June 1985

 

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INDEX SECTION "B"  Borough of Runnymede

 

B1                  Annual Reports
B2                  Runnymede Voice (issues from last 12 months held)
B3.1               RBC "Runnymede Roundabout", Mini Arts Festival programme. 1990
B3.2               Runnymede Planning handbook. 1990
B3.4               Runnymede Borough Official Guide, 1993
B3.5               Runnymede Borough Official Guide, 1995

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INDEX SECTION "C"   County of Surrey

 

C1                  Surrey Local History Council Magazine, "Surrey History" (issues from last 12 months)
C2                  Surrey County Council Bulletin, "Surrey Matters" (issues from the last 12 months)
C3.1               "A change for the better", Submission to the local Government Commission by the Surrey Districts. 1994
C3.2               "Policing Surrey". Summary by Surrey Police Authority, 2008/9

 

 

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INDEX SECTION "D" British Association for Local History

D1                  Local History News (issues from the last 12 months)
D2                  The Local Historian (issues from the last 12 months)
D3.1               Eviction and reclaimation in WW1: the case of a Worcestershire farm. 1999 (E)
D3.2               The development of Friendly Societies in 19th century Surrey. 2005 (E)
D3.3               War Memorials and local history: the UK national inventory of War Memorials.2001 (E)
D3.4               Recording War Memorials in Northumberland. 1996 (E)
D3.5               The national inventory of War Memorials. 1990 (E)
D3.6               Local history at the National Monuments Record. 2004 (E)
D3.7               Medieval feet of fines: a study of their uses with a catalogue of published sources.1994 (E)
D3.8               Researching early 19th century cemeteries: sources and methods. 1998 (E)
D3.9               English church courts and their records.2008 (E)
D3.10             Letters of imperishable gold": lists of names in the experience and commemoration of the Great War. 2008 (E)

(E)                  denotes a printed extract from categories D1 and D2

 

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INDEX SECTION ‘E’

1. ADDLESTONE
2. CHERTSEY
3. EGHAM
4. OTTERSHAW
5. RUNNYMEDE
6. SURREY HISTORY
7. THE THAMES
8. WEYBRIDGE & WALTON-ON-THAMES
9. WOKING
10. GARDENS
11. SCHOOLS & COLLEGE
12. TRANSPORT & FIRE BRIGADES
13. OTHER SURREY LOCATIONS/RIVER WEY
14. HISTORY GENERAL

E1.1 "Addlestone Town Trail" by Bill Derrett, published by The Addlestone Historical Society, 1986
E1.2 "Addlestone Town Trail", based on the original compiled by Bill Derrett and published by Addlestone Historical Society, 1992
E1.2a "Addlestone Town Trail" as above, third edition published 2002
E1.3 "Addlestone in the 1880’s" compiled by B.F.J. Pardoe, Chertsey Historical Group, Paper No.3, March, 1974
E1.4 "50th Anniversary of the Dedication of St. Augustine’s Church, Addlestone" Order of Service, 1989
E1.5 "St. Paul’s Church Addlestone", Guide and History, 1988 (3 copies)
E1.6 "Coxes Lock Mill" notes by Stan Eaves, undated
E1.7 "Air-Road-Sea Addlestone - The Bleriot-Waymann-Plessey Works 1916-1988" by J.H. Rowe, undated (3 copies)
E1.8 "Swimming in Addlestone" – Addlestone Swimming Club, undated (2 copies)
E1.9 "St. Augustine’s School, Addlestone", by Jim Goddard, 1987
E1.10 "The Wandering Minstrel", A Life of Bryan Smith by June Smith, 1996
E1.11 "A Brass Heritage" 100 Years of Chertsey and Addlestone Village Bands by Vic & Jean Gale, 1993 (2 copies)
E1.12 "Addlestone Methodist Church, A history 1899 – 1999", undated (2 copies)
E1.13 "Chertsey & Addlestone in the Past" by H.J.M. Stratton, 1980 (2 copies)
E1.14 Part of Froggett’s 1825 Map of Addlestone and Surrounding Areas (3 photocopies
E1.15 Part of John Senex’ 1729 Map of Addlestone and Surrounding Areas (1 photocopy)
E1.16 Chertsey and Addlestone Area Hearth Tax Returns, 1664 and 1669
E1.17 1851 Census of Addlestone (44 photocopied sheets)
E1.18 Addlestone Community Association Gala Programme, 8th June 1991
E1.19 Addlestone Community Theatre Pamphlet (2 copies)
E1.20 "Sayes Court Addlestone – a history by David and Jocelyn Barker, 2002
E1.21 "The Crouch Oak Tree" by Pamela J Brush, Addlestone Historical Society
E1.22 "Addlestone and Chertsey Re-visited", by JL and DM Barker 1998
E1.23 "Marsh Lane Evangelical Church, Addlestone Surrey. A short history" by David Waterman, 1992
E1.24 "The Diary of Susan Harms" Reprinted from Surrey Life, January 1974 (E)
E1.25 "The Addlestone Arts Festival" Programme 2007
E1.26 "Local History at its Best" Newspaper cutting on a talk about the history of Addlestone, New Haw and Woodham, given by Iain Wakeford and Jim Knight. Pub. by The Walton Informer. (E)
E1.27 West Addlestone Residents' Association (WARA) Newsletter, Jan 2008. Concerns the number of houses planned for our area. (E)
E1.28 "Crouch Oak Saved" Newspaper article about the arson attack in September 2007. Pub. by Addlestone and Byfleet Review. (E)
E1.29 West Addlestone Residents Association (WARA) Newsletter, Jan 2009. Contains an article about Walton Leigh. (E)
E1.30 West Addlestone Residents Association (WARA) Newsletter, Jan 2010. Articles on the development of Franklands Drive and "Airtrack", the railway link to Heathrow. (E)
E1.31 Addlestone Community Association, Extension Project. 1989
E1.32 ACA Festival Programme. 2008


E2.2 "Some Recollection of Old Chertsey" by R.F. Canon, Chertsey Historical Group, Paper No.1
E2.3 "A History of the Catholic Church in Chertsey" by Peter Clapham, 1985 (3 copies)
E2.4 "A messuge… Called Le Bell", Report on the Bell Public House, Guildford Street, Chertsey by Client & Consultancy Services, 1993 (?)
E2.5 "De Cartularis Pro Abbatia Sancti Petri Ad Insulam Ceroti" being an analysis of the charters for St. Peter’s Abbey at Cherot’s eyot by S.A. Spencer, 1989
E2.6 "St. Peter’s Hospital Chertsey – Past and Present"
E2.7 "Romance Tiles of Chertsey Abbey" by Lucy Wheeler, 1913
E2.8 "A Chertsey Camera", Historic Photographs of Chertsey, Ottershaw, Lyne and Longcross by D.M. & J.L. Barker, 1992
E2.9 "Register of the Protestant Dissenters’ Chapel, Chertsey, 1757-1865" by J.L. Barker, 1996
E2.10 "A Chertsey Poetricall Tale" by Pamela J. Brush, 1998 (3 copies)
E2.11 "The Great Flood of 1894" by R. Trett, Chertsey Historical Group, Paper No.2, July, 1973
E2.12 "The Abbey Fishponds", Historical Information Notice No.5 published by Runnymede Borough Council
E2.13 "A History of Hamm Court Farm" compiled by Morag E. Barton, M.A. 1972
E2.14 Chertsey Museum Programme, 1990
E2.15 Chertsey & District Directory – 1953 on microfiche, West Surrey Family History Society
E2.16 "From Just a Humble Ginger Beer Bottle" A family history that begins with a baker in Egham and leads to a succession of chemist shop owners in Chertsey. Published by Ron Sims and David Rose 2002
E2.17 "Chertsey Bridge 200th Year Programme" 9 June 1985. Forward by Victor Spink
E2.18 "Historic Chertsey" A guided walk (2nd edition) by James Lander & Geoff Chapman
E2.19 "Costume in Chertsey Museum, 1700 - 1800"
E2.20 "Chertsey Abbey, a guided walk" Produced by Chertsey Museum
E2.21 Send and Ripley Historical Society articles on Chertsey. 1987
E2.22 "Revitalising Chertsey", Runneymede Borough Council and Brixton Estates, November 1991
E2.23 "The lost abbey of Chertsey". "Surrey Life" article, June 1973. (E)
E2.24 "Chertsey at the crossroads". "Surrey Life" article, June 1973 (E)


E3.1 "Echoes of Egham" including Egham Hythe and Thorpe Lea by D.M. & J.L. Barker, 1995
E3.2 "The Egham Picture Book" by Dorothy Davis, undated (3 copies)
E3.3 "Thomas Holloway, Victorian Philanthropist" by Anthony Harrison-Barbet. 1993
E3.4 "Victorian Taste" The complete catalogue of paintings at The Royal Holloway College.
E3.5 "The Price of Beauty", Edwin Long’s "Babylonian Marriage Market" at The Royal Holloway College
E3.6 "Egham, birthplace of freedom". "Surrey Life article, July 1972 (E)


E4.1 "Ottershaw Reflections", Memories of my Early Life in the Village, by Margaret Croxford, April 1996 (Second copy revised June 1996)
E4.2 "Christ Church, Ottershaw", History and Guide, compiled by D.C.S. David, 1989
E4.3 "Ottershaw Through The Ages" by H.J.M. Stratton, 1990


E5.1 "Runnymede" A Pictorial History by Richard Williams, 1995
E5.2 "Pageant of Runnymede", 9th June to 16th June, 1934, booklet based on original programme by Egham-by-Runnymede Historical Society, 1984
E5.3 "A Guide to the Industrial History of Runnymede", by John Mills, Surrey Industrial History Group, 1991 (2 copies)
E5.4 Borough of Runnymede Civic Service, Sunday 19th July 1992, Order of Service


E6.1 "Surrey Through the Century 1889-1989" by David Robinson, undated (2 copies)
E6.2 "Surrey of One Hundred Years Ago" by Aylwin Guilmant, 1993
E6.3 "Surrey", The King’s England series by Arthur Mee, 1966
E6.4 "A History of Surrey" by Peter Brandon, 1977 (2 copies)
E6.5 "Highways and Byways in Surrey" by Eric Parker, 1935 and 1950 (2 copies)
E6.6 "A History of Surrey" by Henry Elliot Malden, M.A., 1977
E6.7 "Surrey – a Photographic Record 1850 – 1920, by John Janaway 1984
E6.8 "Surrey at Work in Old Photographs" by Chris Shepheard. 1992
E6.9 "Surrey Murders", by John Janaway, 1988
E6.10 "Surrey at War 1939-1945" by Bob Ogley, 1995
E6.11 "In and out of Churches" with particular reference to Surrey, Part 1 by J.C.M. Blatch, 1972 (2 copies)
E6.12 "In and out of Churches" with particular reference to Surrey, Part 2 by J.C. Mervyn Blatch
E6.13 "Pastors, Parishes and People in Surrey", by David Robinson, 1989
E6.14 "Christopher Howkins’ Doorstep Book, featuring North West Surrey", 1982
E6.15 "Christopher Howkins’ Royal Tapestry – Some Royal Connections with West Surrey", 1985
E6.16 "Hidden Surrey", by Christopher Howkins, 1987
E6.17 "Seen in Surrey – People and Places", by Christopher Howkins, 1993
E6.18 "Surrey" by Eric Parker. Undated
E6.19 "Antiquities of Surrey" Surrey County Council, 1965
E6.20 "Wandering in Surrey" by William T Palmer. Undated but after 1945.
E6.21 "The Surrey Hills" by F E Green, 1915
E6.22 "Surrey Place-names" Gavin Smith. 2005
E6.23 "Tales of Old Surrey" by Matthew Alexander, 1985
E6.24 "Old Surrey Remembered" by Nicolette Heaton Harris, pub 1998
E6.25 "The Surrey Weather Book" by Mark Davison and Ian Currie, pub. 1991
E6.26 "The Surrey Weather Book" by Mark Davison and Ian Currie, pub. 2000
E6.27 "Owen Manning, William Bray and the writing of Surrey's County History". article from Surrey Arch. Soc. Collections, Vol 92, 2005. (E)


E7.1 "The Thames in Story" by Kathleen Fidler, 1971
E7.2 "Along the Thames" Britain in Old Photographs by Brian Eade, 1997
E7.3 "Up and Down the River" Bennet’s map and ABC guide to the River Thames, 1906
E7.4 "The Thames to the Solent, by canal and sea" by J. B. Dashwood, 1980. First pub. 1868


E8.1 "Walton-on-Thames and Weybridge – A Dictionary of Local History" by G.B. Greenwood, 1983
E8.2 "Coway Stakes at Walton-on-Thames" by John Stonebanks, Walton and Weybridge Local History Society, Paper No.9, 1972
E8.3 "Oatlands Palace" by J.W. Lindus Forge, 1982
E8.4 "Inns and Taverns of Walton and Weybridge" by A.G. Martin, 1974
E8.5 "St. George’s Hill, Weybridge" by Michael E. Blackman, Walton and Weybridge Local History Society, Paper No.25, 1988
E8.6 A Short History of Weybridge" by M.E. Blackman and J.S.L. Pulford, Walton & Weybridge Local History Society, Paper No.29, 1991
E8.7 "Raiders Overhead" The Bombing of Walton and Weybridge by Stephen Flower, 1994
E8.8 "Oatlands Park Hotel" A History produced by Oatlands Park Hotel
E8.9 "Gerrard Winstanley in Elmbridge" by David C. Taylor, 2000
E8.10 "A Window on Weybridge including St. George’s Hill and Oatlands" by D.M. & J.L. Barker, 1993
E8.11 "Brooklands, Weybridge" The Excavation of an Iron Age and Medieval Site1964-65 and 1970-71 by Rosamond Hanworth and D.J. Tomalin, Research Volume of the Surrey Archaeological Society No.4, 1977
E8.12 "The Spirit of Brooklands" Brochure
E8.13 Monographs of Walton and Weybridge Local History Society ( Red ring binder)
3. Edward Hughes Ball Hughes and his connection with Oatlands
4. Walton Trade Token Issuers of the 17th Century: Introduction
4a. Walton Trade Token Issuers of the 17th Century
4b Walton Trade Token Issuers of the 17th Century
4c Walton Trade Token Issuers of the 17th Century
5. City Posts in and around Walton and Weybridge
6. The Hearth Tax in Weybridge in 1664
7. The church of St Charles Borromeo, Weybridge
8. Notes on the purchase of Oatlands by the Duke of York
9. Some Indications from the Apprenticeship Records for N.W. Surreu, 1711-1731
10. Alterations at Oatlands in 1830
11. Notes on the Administration of the Early Poor Law by the Parish of Walton-on-Thames. (in 2 parts)
12. Customs of the Manors of Walton Leigh & Walton Thames
13. Oatlands Park and the Herbert family 1660-1716
14. Weybridge Poor’s Land Charity
15. Association Oath Rolls 1696
16. The King’s flock at Oatlands
17. Walton-on-Thames church rate list 1761
18. The dog’s cemetery, Oatlands
19. Enlightened Weybridge – An account of the late 19th century electricity undertaking in Weybridge
20. Rental of the manor of Walton Leigh, 1649
21. An account of "Spade allotments" at Walton-on-Thames in 1843
22. Orders in council 1830 – 1883 (Elmbridge District)
23. An account of the Electricity undertakings supplying Weybridge and Walton-on-Thames, 1900 – 1925
24. The French royal tombs at Weybridge
25. Marriage licences 1673 –1770 (Walton-on-Thames)
26. St George’s Hill
27. Royal associations of Walton and Weybridge 1857 – 1978
28. Lady Lewis’ grocery book, 1900 – 1901
29. Edward Power – Founder of the dental instrument factory at Walton-on-Thames
30. Major-General John Orfleur
31. Vanbrugh and Walton-on-Thames
32. Cecil Milton Hepworth, Pioneer in Cinematography at Walton-on-Thames
35. Public Transport in and through Walton-on-Thames
36. The Walton-on-Thames Fire Brigade 1875-1932 (2 copies)
37. The Inwood Family of Cobham, Walton-on-Thames and Weybridge in the 17th Century (2 copies)
38. The Vicarage at Walton-on-Thames in the 19th and 20th Centuries (2 copies)
39. The "Weybridge Estate" of the Conservative Land Society
40. The Story of Benjamin Scott, 1814-1892 (2 copies)
41. The Early History of Brooklands, Weybridge (2 copies)
43. The Early History of the London and South Western Railway in Relation to Walton and Weybridge
44. Weybridge Congregational Church: 2nd Phase 1890-1918 (2 copies)
45. Orchard House, otherwise Wells’ or Brice’s House, Weybridge: Home of Admiral Sir Thomas Hopson
46. Weybridge and Oatlands British School 1871-1907
47. The Metropolitan Convalescent Institution, Walton-on-Thames (Ellesmere Hospital)
48 A Survey of Post Office Letter Boxes in Walton and Weybridge
49. W.G. Tarrant and Ellesmere Road, St. George’s Hill
50. A History of App’s Court, Walton-on-Thames
51. Weybridge Congregational Church between the Wars, 1919-1939
52. TOC H, Weybridge Branch, 1926-1984
53. Clinton House, Weybridge, formerly Colomb’s House – once the Home of Mary Ann Clarke, Mistress of the Duke of York
55. The 2nd Earl of Portmore and Tilshead Lodge
56. Walton Grove, formerly The Parsonage, Walton-on-Thames
57. Holly Lodge, Walton-on-Thames
58. Auxiliary & Military Hospitals in Weybridge and Walton during the First World War
59. Sir Bulstrode Whitelocke – His connections with Hersham, Surrey and Tregaron, Cardiganshire, involving Sir Richard Pryse of Gogerddan, William Lilly and Carleton Whitelocke of Hersham, Surrey
61 Burwood House, Hersham
62. Pineapple Growing in Weybridge
63. The Life and Times of Walter Baptist Money – Rector of St. James’s, Weybridge and First-Class Cricketer. Part One
63. The Life and Times of Walter Baptist Money – Rector of St. James’s Weybridge and First-Class Cricketer. Part Two
65. A History of Hersham Working Men's Club & Village Hall
66. Heath House Schools 1909-1976
68. History of Eddlewood, Queen's Road, Weybridge, 1885 - 2006
69. Barham Lodge - House and School, 149, Oatlands Drive, Weybridge
70. Walton, Weybridge and the Saxon Charters

E8.14 "Burwood Park, Hersham" by Michael E Blackman, Walton and Weybridge Local History Society. Paper no.30, 1996
E8.15 "The Locke-Kings of Brooklands and Weybridge" by JSL Pulford, Walton and Weybridge Local History Society, paper no.31, 1996
E8.16 "Reminiscences of Weybridge – The Locke-Kings" by BFJ Pardoe, The Walton and Weybridge Local History Society, paper no.3, 1969
E8.17 "Methodism in Walton-on-Thames" by Leslie F Skinner, 1979
E8.18 "A Short History of Walton-on-Thames" by Michael E Blackman. Walton and Weybridge Local History Society, paper no.28, 1989
E8.19 "The Church of St James, Weybridge – Monumental Inscriptions" Walton and Weybridge Local History Society, paper no.19, 1979
E8.20 "Ashley Park, A History" by Michael E Blackman, Walton and Weybridge Local History Society, 1976
E8.21 "Mount Felix, Walton-on-Thames" by John Archer Stonebanks, Walton and Weybridge Local History Society, paper no.17, 1978
E8.22 "Memories of Old Walton and Weybridge" Walton and Weybridge Local History Society, 1976
E8.23 "Royal Elmbridge –A Silver Jubilee Tribute" by E Royston Pike, Esher District Local History Society, 1977
E8.24 "The Thames Bridges at Walton" by John A Stonebanks, Walton and Weybridge Local History Society. Paper no.4, 1969
E8.25 "The Portmore Story" edited by Avril Lansdell. Copyright Elmbridge Borough Council. 1975
E8.26 "Weybridge Cricket Club 1924-1973" Published by WCC, 1974
E8.27 " Ham Haw Mill". "Surrey History", 1994
E8.28 "The Weybridge Connection"
(Juan Floris, perfumier). "Surrey Life" November 1973 (E)
E8.29 "The Opulent Oases". (Walton on Thames and Weybridge) "Surrey Life" April 1973 (E)
E8.30 "Cecil Hepworth, film pioneer". "Surrey Life" December 1972 (E)
E8.31 "Oatlands Palace, Weybridge". "Surrey Life" December 1972 (E)


E9.1 "Woking – Three Heritage Rambles" by Martin Humphrey, 1990
E9.2 "Woking Past" A Short History of Woking" by Arthur Locke, C.B.E., undated
E9.3 "A Woking Heritage Walks Guide to Newark Priory" by Iain Wakeford, 1997
E9.4 "A Heritage Walks Guide to A Brief History of Newark Priory" by Iain Wakeford, 1999 (2 copies)
E9.5 Woking History Journal, Volume 3, Summer 1990
E9.6 "An Introduction to Brookwood Cemetery" by John Clarke 1992
E9.7 "Woking" Published by S E Steer, Woking. Various photographs, undated
E9.8 "Changing Woking, 1900 – 1929" by The Woking Community Play Research Group
E9.9 "Woking as it was" by Ian Wakeford, 1985
E9.10 "And so to Mainford - A Woking Diary of 1830", Mayford History Society, 1972
E9.11 "A History of Woking", by Alan Crosby, 1982
E9.12 "Woking Palace. Henry VIII’s Royal Palace" by Phillip Arnold & Steve Dyer. 2001
E9.13 "Around Woking" Images of England series, by Lyndon Davies, pub 2004


E10.1 Garden History, the Journal of the Garden History Society, Vol.VII, No.2
E10.2 Garden History, the Journal of the Garden History Society, Vol.VIII, No.1
E10.3 "Fairest Scenes" Five Great Surrey Gardens by Michael Symes, undated, (2 copies)
E10.4 "Nurserymen to the World" The Nursery Gardens of Woking and North-West Surrey and Plants Introduced by Them by E.J. Willson, 1989
E10.5 Painshill Park Trust Newsletter, No.6
E10.6 Painshill Park Trust Newsletter, No.7, Spring 1986
E10.7 Painshill Park, Cobham" leaflet by Painshill Park Trust, undated (2 copies)
E10.8 "Restoring a Great Landscape Garden, Pains Hill, Cobham, Surrey" by Gordon Winter, reprinted from "Country Life" 12th March, 1981 (2 copies)
E10.9 "A Garden Reappears" Restoration of Painshill Park, Surrey by Giles Worsley reprinted from "Country Life" 11th September 1986 (2 copies)
E10.10 Painshill Park Trust Limited Annual Report and Accounts 1982/3
E10.11 Maps of Painshill Park and its Location, photocopied 1989
E10.12 Painshill – The Background, undated photocopy
E10.13 The Waterwheel, Pains Hill, Cobham, Surrey, by J. Kenneth Major, 1st June 1981
E10.14 Restoring an Eighteenth Century Landscape Garden," by Mary Keen, reprinted from "The Garden", Vol.110, part 12th December 1985
E10.15 "The Water Wheel" by Ron Bromley, 11th May 1988
E10.16 "The Animal Engine and Water Pump, Painshill Park, Cobham", undated
E10.17 "The Cascade and the Bramah Wheel" by Lesley Howes and Jane Ward, reprinted from "Popular Archaeology", May 1986
E10.18 "An Invitation to Preview an 18th Century Dream Park", Painshill Park, handbill, 1989
E10.19 "A Painshill Progress" by Mac Griswold, undated
E10.20 "Painshill Park Animal Engine Worksheet", Suggested Activities for a Group Visit, undated
E10.20a "Painshill Park Waterwheel Worksheet" Suggested activities for a group visit
E10.21 "Cree Nurseries in Addlestone", article in "Surrey History" Vol.III, No.4
E10.22 "The Cree nurserymen of Lanarkshire and Surrey" by Patricia Yates, Cree Family History Society, 1992


E11.1 "St. George’s College, Weybridge 1869-1969" by Margaret LeFevre (4 copies)
E11.2 "The Gordon Heritage" The Story of General Charles Gordon and the Gordon Boys’ School by Lieutenant Colonel Derek Boyd, Royal Engineers, 1985
E11.3 Gordon’s School Prospectus, 1991-93 (2 copies)
E11.4 "The Gordonian", Gordon’s School Magazine, Winter 1991/92
E11.5 "A Guide and History of Royal Holloway College" by Nigel Robson, 1978
E11.6 "St. Augustines’s School, Addlestone. Extracts from the log books" compiled by Jim Goddard, Addlestone Historical Society
E11.7 "Byfleet, St. Mary’s School Centenary Fete" programme, 1956
E11.8 "Country School" A study of Christ Church School, the Virginia Water National School, 1843 – 1900 by Dorothy Davis, Egham-by-Runnymede Historical Society
E11.9 Byfleet School to celebrate Centenary – Reprint of newspaper article in Woking Opinion, 1956
E11.10 "Education in Weybridge and Walton-on-Thames 1732 – 1944" by Margaret Le Fevre. Reprinted from Surrey Archeological Collections, Vol.LXXI, 1977
E11.11 Jubilee Year Souvenir 1914 – 1964, Woking County Grammar School for Boys
E11.12 Brunel University, Runnymede Campus by Richard Morris, 1992


E12.1 Yesteryear Transport Digest, Official Journal of the Transport Trust Nos.26/27, Summer/Autumn 1989
E12.2 The Transport Digest, Official Journal of the Transport Trust, Nos.42/43, Summer/Autumn 1993
E12.3 "Vigiles". Fire Brigades of Surrey Preservation Trust Journal, February 1988
E12.4 "Vigiles". Fire Brigades of Surrey Preservation Trust Journal, No.11, 1990
E12.5 "The Home Fires Burning, Weybridge Volunteer Brigade 1874 to 1933" by H.W. Lansdell, Walton and Weybridge Local History Society, Paper No.6, 1970
E12.6 "Woking 150 – The History of Woking and it’s Railway", by Iain Wakeford 1987 Mayford and Woking District History Society
E12.7 "The Weymann Storey. Part 1, 1923 - 1945" by John A Senior. Pub 2002


E13.1 "Alexander Raby, Ironmaster" incl. references to his mills at Addlestone and Cobham. Proceedings of a conference held at Cobham 1998. Surrey Industrial History Group
E13.2 "Hark Back to Hersham" by J.L. & D.M. Barker, November 1996
E13.3 "Sunbury, Shepperton and Littleton 1880-1961" by Stephen Goddard, 1991
E13.4 "The Thorpe Picture Book" by Jill Williams, undated
E13.5 "The Virginia Water Picture Book with Shrubbs Hill, Stroude and Broomhall" by Ron and Dorothy Davis, undated
E13.6 "Staines Town Trail" produced by Staines Town Society, Issue No.2, 1980
E13.7 New Haw Farm, 16 Photocopies of Documents relating to Sale, 1907
E13.8 "All Saints New Haw", A Short History" by Stan Eaves, undated
E13.9 50th Anniversary of the Start of World War II, 31st August 1989, Special Edition of Surrey Herald and Staines, Ashford and Egham News
E13.10 "All Saints, Witley", leaflet, undated
E13.11 "The Story of Chatley Heath Tower", John & Beryl Skelly, produced by Surrey County Council, 1989
E13.12 "Lutyens in Waverley", published by Waverley District Council, undated
E13.13 "Byfleet – A Village of England" by Leonard R Stevens, F.S.A., 1953
E13.14 "New Towpath Book" – Walkers’ Guide to the Wey and Godalming Navigations by Christopher Howkins, 1992
E13.15 "Heathland Harvest", Uses of Heathland Plants by Chris Howkins, 1997
E13.16 "Trees and People in Surrey & Beyond" by Chris Howkins,1999
E13.17 "The Cry of the Heron" by Dick Allan, 2000. A novel set on England’s waterways in 18th Century
E13.18 "Settling the Hills", Historical Reflections – Caledon East and District, Ontario, Canada, 2000
E13.19 "Along the Wey" – An historical and recreational guide to the River Wey. Pub. Surrey Herald News Group, 1993 (2 copies)
E13.20 "The History of the Court in Guildford" (Anon)
E13.21 "Thorpe Village Trail – a 3 mile walk around the village centre", by J Williams 1990
E13.22 "The Story of Godalming" by John Janaway 1983
E13.23 "Tales and Scandals of Thames Ditton" by T S Mercer
E13.24 "More Thames Ditton Tales and Scandals" by T S Merce
E13.25 "Godalming – 10 Town and Country Rambles" by Chris Howkins. Undate
E13.26 "Christopher Howkins’ Towpath Book, Featuring The Wey and Godalming Navigations", 1983
E13.27 "The River Wey – Weybridge to Godalming", Inland Waterways Publication, 1973
E13.28 "Basingstoke Canal – The Western Length" undated. Hampshire County Recreation
E13.29 "Basingstoke Canal, A Complete Guide", Published by Reading and Berkshire Newspaper Company. Undated
E13.30 "Ewell. A Surrey Village That Became a Town"
Epsom & Ewell Historical & Archeological Society. Pub. 2004
E13.31 Visit Surrey,visitors guide, 2004. Published by Surrey County Council.
E13.32 "Aspects of Ashford" by DM and JL Barker, 2006
E13.33 "Chris Howkins' New Towpath Book", featuring the Wey and Godalming Navigations. Pub. 1990
E13.34 "The Last Duel or Barthelmy's Piece" by Richard Rowley. Pub. by Egham-by-Runnymede Historical Society, 2007
E13.35 Restoration of a Masterpiece - Virginia Park, Virginia Water Octagon Developments


E14.1 "Challenge - Eggs to Equines" by Arthur James, 1989
E14.2 "Background to Local History", Elmbridge Museum Services, 1976
E14.3 "Telling It How It Was", A Guide to Recording Oral History by Paul Thompson BBC Education Publication, 1989 (?)
E14.4 The Story of The Royal Maundy, by Peter A. Wright, Pitkin Press, 1990
E14.5 "The Manor Houses of England", by P.H. Ditchfield, first published 1910
E14.6 "A Village Discovers its History", Long Wittenham’s History Weekend by Kathleen Burke, undated (E)

E14.7 "How Surnames Began" by C. M. Matthews. 1978
E14.8 "The Charm of The English Village" by P. H. Ditchfield. 1994
E14.9 Oral History. Contexts of Remembering. Autumn 1999
E14.10 Oral History. Landscapes of Memory. Spring 2000
E14.11 Oral History. Memory and Place. Autumn 2000
E14.12 Oral History. Pleasure and Danger in The City. Spring 2001
E14.13 Oral History. Hidden Histories. Autumn 2001
E14.14 "Leopard in my backyard" memories and experiences from residents in A2 Housing Groups sheltered accomodation. Edited by Mike Swaddling c.2006
E14.15 Oral History. Sporting Lives. Spring 1997
E14.16 Oral History. War and Peace. Autumn 1997
E14.17 Oral History. Talking and Writing. Spring 1998
E14.18 Oral History. Memory, Trauma & Ethics. Autumn 1998
E14.19 Oral History. Migration. Spring 1999
E14.20 Oral History. Women's Narratives of Resistance. Spring 2002
E14.21 Oral History. Living with The Past. Autumn 2002
E14.22 Annotated list of Internet sites for Local History, as at May 2007. (E)
E14.23 "Diary of a Farmer's Wife, 1796 - 1797" by Anne Hughes
E14.24 Centenary Edition of Surrey Herald. 1992
E14.25 "Local History brought up to date". "Local Historian" August 2006. (E)

 

ADDLESTONE HISTORICAL SOCIETY LIBRARY

INDEX SECTION "F" Maps/Archeology/Miscellaneous

F1. MAPS
F2. SURREY ARCH. SOC. BULLETINS
F3. SURREY ARCH. SOC. RESEARCH VOLUMES AND EXTRACTS FROM F2
F4. INDUSTRIAL ARCHEOLOGY
F5. MISCELLANEOUS

F1. MAPS

F1.1 Reprint of First Edition of 1-inch Ordnance Survey, London & Windsor
F1.2 Reprint of First Edition of 1-inch Ordnance Survey, Dorking & Kingston
F1.3 Bacon’s Gem Map of London and Suburbs undated, poss. early 1900

F2. SURREY ARCH. SOC.BULLETINS

F2.(issues from the last 12 months only)

F3. SURREY ARCH. SOC. RESEARCH VOLUMES AND EXTRACTS FROM F2

F3.1 "The Non-Belgic Iron Age in Surrey", reprint from The Surrey Archeological Collections, Vol.LXVIII, 1971
F3.2 "The Archaeological implications of gravel extractions in NW Surrey" Article from Surrey Arch. Soc. Research Volume No. 3. 1976 (E)
F3.3 "Historic Towns in Surrey" (includes Chertsey). Pub. Surrey Arch. Soc. 1977
F3.4 "Runnymede Bridge 1976: Excavations on the site of a late bronze age settlement" Research Volume of the Surrey Arch. Soc. Volume No. 6. 1980
F3.5 "A Viking sword found at Chertsey". Surrey Arch. Soc. Collections, Vol 76, 1985.
F3.6 Hidden Depths, An Archeological Exploration of Surrey’s Past, Surrey Archeological Society, 2002
F3.7 "Longcross Barrow, Chertsey: a survey and discussion of its setting". Surrey Arch. Soc. Collections, Vol 90, 2003.
F3.8 "Aspects of archeology and history in Surrey". Pub. Surrey Arch. Soc., 2004
F3.9 "Roman Surrey" by David Bird, 2004
F3.10 "Wey Bridge". Article in Surrey Arch. Soc. bulletin 375, 2004
F3.11 "Penn Tiles in Old Woking Church". Article in Surrey Arch. Soc. bulletin 385, 2005

F4. INDUSTRIAL ARCHAEOLOGY

F4.1 Surrey Industrial Archeology" by Gordon Payne, 1977.
F4.2 The Basford guide to the "Industrial Archeology of South-East England – Kent, Surrey, East Sussex, West Sussex. Ed. A.J.Haselfoot (2 copies)
F4.3 "A Guide to the Industrial Archeology of Surrey" Ed. Glenys Crocker, Assoc. for Industrial Archeology, 1990

F5. MISCELLANEOUS

F5.1 Elmbridge Local Acts of Parliament. A register compiled from the years 1535 to 1965 by Rowland G M Baker, Walton and Weybridge Local History Society 1976
F5.3 Field Names and Minor Place Names of Walton and Weybridge" by Shirley A Martin, Walton and Weybridge Local History Society, 1984 F4.9 "Shaping Surrey’s Future". The Surrey Structure Plan, Deposit Draft. Dec 2002
F5.2 The Statutory Water Companies, Their History and Development, 1981
F5.4 Chobham Common – A Management Plan Published by Surrey County Council 1984
F5.5 Soundings - Plessey Naval Systems, December 1987
F5.6 Soundings - Plessey Naval Systems, December 1988
F5.7 Advice for finders of Archeological objects, including treasure. Pub. by the Portable Antiquities Scheme. A code of practice booklet from the British Museum, 2006.