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Publications Index

Modern History and Industrial Archaeology (From C. AD 1750)

Adams, F O 1973 A full life, N OS, 2, 5/6, 40-9

Afton, B 1987 ‘A want of good feeling’. A reassessment of the economic and political causes of the rural unrest in Hampshire, 1830, Proc 43, 237-54

----- 1988 ‘The motive which has operated in the minds of my people’: 1830, the propensity of the Hampshire parishes to riot, Proc 44, 107-18

Alexander, E 2002 Hampshire connections: Cort and Thackeray, News 38, 7-8

----- 2003 Henry Cort comes to Hampshire, News 40, 28-9

----- 2007 Henry Cort and Adam Jellicoe: a doomed partnership, News 47, 25-7

Allen, J R L & Dark, P 2010 The leaves and flowers of St Mary’s, Stratfield Mortimer: naturalistic stone carvings in a Victorian church on the Hampshire-Berkshire border, Proc 65, 224-39

Allen, R 2001 King John’s House, Romsey: after the Dissolution, the later phases of occupancy; part 2, 19th-20th centuries, News 35, 27-32

Arnold, C J 1974 The nineteenth century clay tobacco-pipe industry at Portchester, Hants, Proc 31, 43-52

----- 1977 George Hillier: an Isle of Wight antiquary, Proc 34, 59-63

Bagley, J A 1972 A gazetteer of Hampshire aerodromes, Proc 29, 93-108

Bailey, J 1991 An analysis of a collector – Herbert Druitt (1876-1943), News 16, 14-15

Barbour, J 2003 A memorial brass plaque in Michelmersh Church, designed by Heywood Sumner and dedicated to the memory of Barrington Gore-Browne, News 40, 2

----- 2006 Heywood Sumner (1835-1940), News 46, 2-8

Barbour, K M 1999 An exhibition of Heywood Sumner’s Sgraffito at St Paul’s Church, Weeke, News 31, 33-4

Battestin, M 1982 Henry Fielding and the County of Hampshire, SN Hist 1, 5, 106-8

Beckett, J 2011 Writing Hampshire’s history: the Victoria County History, 1899-1914, Proc 66, 201-14

Bellenger, D T J 1984 The French priests at the King’s House, Winchester, 1792-1796, Proc 40, 99-105

Berrow, P 1981 Nineteenth century towns: the need for a closer look, SN Hist 1, 3, 48-9

----- 1982 Nineteenth century towns: a closer look, SN Hist 1, 5, 88-95 

Bilikowski, K 1986 House and garden, country house and park, News 5, 23-4

Black, J 1991 Winchester and its patron: the elections of 1783 and 1784, Proc 46, 157-9

Blakiston, J M G 1978 Thomas Wharton’s Description of Winchester and its derivatives, Proc 35, 227-38

Bogan, P P 1991 The building and restoration of Milner’s Chapel in Winchester, News 15, 5-7

Boorman, W H 1967 Lavender drops and Hungary water. To the memory of Jane Austen who died on July 18th 1817, N OS 1, 5, 59-60

----- 1981 Nineteenth century towns: the need for a closer look: one response, SN Hist 1, 4, 63

----- 1988 Byron and the Wallops, News 9, 5-6

----- 1991 Health and sanitation in Victorian Winchester or: The Triumph of the Muckabites, Proc 46, 161-80

----- 1992 Smallpox inoculation and vaccination, News 17, 29

Bowie, G 1989 The rise and decline of the Hampshire Down breed in Wessex, 1792-1939, News 12, 31-2

----- 1996 Windpowered grain milling, flour production and bread consumption in Hampshire in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, Proc 51, 233-54

----- 2010 The farm mill attached to the Manor Farm staddle barn, Broughton, Hampshire downlands, News 54, 8-11

Breach, R W 1983 Winchester: the community on the eve of the General Strike, 1926, Proc 39, 213-22

----- 1984 Winchester in 1926: the Labour movement and the General Strike, Proc 40, 115-26

----- 1986 Buildings of Winchester – the Guildhall, News 6, 30-2

Broderick, M 1996 Change in land use in northern Hampshire, News 25, 5-8

----- 2006 Brick or mathematical tiles in the landscape, News 45, 20-22; 46, 13

----- 2007 Brick tiles – members’ comments, continued, News 48, 22-3

Brooks, E M 1985 Inland Revenue valuation records, News 3, 7-8

Bryan, D & Selwood, D 2009 Excavations at St Cross Park, 2008, News 51, 5-6

Budden, J & Maile, T 1985 The Idsworth Estate: some notes on its farm buildings, News 4, 28

Bussy, S 1986 The parliamentary election in Winchester, 1945, News 6, 8

Butterfield, R 1981 An account of the aerodrome at Chilbolton, Hampshire, SN Hist 1, 4, 69

Campbell, G 2006 Scot’s Poor on the Chute Causeway – a nodal point for drove roads into Hampshire, News 46, 14-16

----- 2007 The Drink Map of Southampton, News 48, 20-2

----- 2010 Reconstructing the former landscapes of Martin, News 54, 16-19

----- & Watts, G 2007 The Peter Serle Chilworth estate map of 1755 and its interpretation, News 47, 12-17

Cameron, L 1968 The Andover and Redbridge Canal, N OS, 1, 8, 94-5

Carpenter Turner, B 1961 A notable family of artists: the Caves of Winchester, Proc 22, 30-4

Chatfield, J E 1987 Likenesses of the Reverend Gilbert White, Proc 43, 207-17

Chun, D 1994 Hoop-making in the Hamble Valley, News 22, 27-9

----- 1997 Hards, quays and landing spaces on the ‘Upper’ Hamble, News 28, 21-3

----- 2001 William Cobbett – improving landowner, News 35, 11-16

----- 2011 In elm and oak country: Gerard Manley Hopkins by the Hamble, News 55, 21-2

Clayton, J 2009 William Bingley’s history of Hampshire, Proc 64, 223-43

Close-Brooks, J 2006 A painted wall at 4 Highfield, Lymington, News 45, 16

Cochrane, C 1965 Rufus relics, N OS, 1, 1, 12-13

Coffin, S 1971 A Hampshire staddle stone, N OS, 2, 1, 8-9

Coldicott, D K 1997 Monxton Friendly Society, News 28, 24-6

Cole, H 2010 A presidential connection [Pres. Obama’s grandfather in New Forest], NFHAGR 2, 36-9

Cole, W 1987 The Netherlandish window glass in the church of St John the Evangelist, Rownhams, Hampshire, Proc 43, 175-84, MF 18-34

Collinson, H A 1981 What is it?' [Brick feature at Bethany Chapel, Fawley], NFR 18, 7-9

----- 1983 A New Forest icehouse, NFR 20, 5-8

Cook, H & Young, K 2011 The watermeadows at the Itchen Valley Country Park near Eastleigh, Hampshire, Proc 66, 166-86

Cooper, J M 1999 Leisure and society in Georgian Winchester, Proc 54, 127-45

Coppin, N 1981 A survey of blacksmiths in Hampshire, Proc 37, 75-80

Cottrill, F 1974 Seen from the train, N OS, 2, 7/8, 73-5

----- 1977 Broughton Baptist library, N NS, 5, 14

Course, E 1967 The Itchen Navigation, Proc 24, 113-26

----- 1968 Mills in Hampshire, N OS, 1, 8, 102-3

----- 1976 Southampton canal tunnel, Proc 33, 73-8

----- 1983 Hook – an industrial hamlet, Proc 39, 223-30

----- 1985 Water power at Brownwich Farm, Titchfield, Proc 41, 253-9

----- 1988a Southampton Docks: a 150th anniversary, Proc 44, 123-4

----- 1988b Eastleigh: the development of a Late Victorian railway town, Proc 44, 125-6

----- 1988c Portsmouth Corporation tramways 1896-1936, News 9, 4

----- & Moore, P 1984 Victorian farm buildings in Hampshire, Proc 40, 107-14

Courtney, J 1994 College Street, Hursley and Otterbourne: Charlotte Mary Yonge and her circle, Proc 49, 195-205

----- 2011 ‘The stuffed animals will have to go’: Alderman Jacob, William Chalkley and Mr Cottrill [Winchester City Museum], Proc 66, 215-27

Craze, T L 1987 Hazeley Down Camp, News 8, 17-18

Cross, T 2007 Letter box history – a Hampshire perspective, News 48, 18-20; 49, 17

Currie, B 1994 Elizabeth Kell 1803-1872, News 21, 22-4

Currie, C K 1988 The park at North Stoneham, News 11, 9-12

----- 1990 A survey of Compton watermeadows, News 14, 10-11

----- 1991 Recent discoveries at North Stoneham Park, News 15, 11-12

----- 1992 The detailed reconstruction of park and garden landscapes through environmental sampling, News 17, 9-10

----- 1994 A late eighteenth-century map of Leigh Park near Havant and its significance to the development of the nineteenth-century Garrett-Staunton landscape, News 21, 4-6

----- 1996 Archaeological excavations at the Wakes, Selborne, Hampshire, 1992-4, Proc 51, 187-200, MF 22-7

----- 1997 An archaeological assessment of a garden structure at Langton House, Milnthorpe Lane, Winchester, Hampshire, Proc 52, 165-76

----- 1998 Camp Field, Kings Somborne, News 30, 24-6

----- 2000 Landscape restoration in Eastleigh, News 34, 27-8

----- 2001a The War memorial (Goldings) Park, Basingstoke, News 35, 5-11

----- 2001b Archaeological recording to alterations to Overton church tower, News 36, 25-30

----- 2003 Recent work at The Grange, Northington, News 40, 5-8

----- & Frearson, H 1987 Mr Stares’ account of Botley Farm, 8th March 1773, News 8, 6

----- & Rouffignac, C de 1996 Archaeological excavations at Leigh Park, near Havant, Hampshire, 1992, Proc 51, 201-32, MF 28-38

----- & Wade, S 2004 Priestlands, Lymington, News 41, 13-15

Davey, C R 1980 Richard Bingley’s History of Hampshire, 1807-13, SN Hist 1, 1, 10-11

Deacon, A D 1987 Some French prisoners of war on parole in Hampshire, Proc 43, 197-205

Delair, J B 1985 Ernest Westlake (1855-1922), founder member of the Hampshire Field Club, Proc 41, 37-44

Deveson, A M 2005 The lost mansions of Hurstbourne Park, News 43, 31-6

Dodd, J P 1978 Hampshire agriculture in the mid-nineteenth century, Proc 35, 239-60

Doughty, M 1980 The survey of the Hyde Brewery, Winchester: a preliminary report, SN Arch 1, 1, 9-11.

----- 1988 The staddle stone granary at Michelmersh Manor Farm, News 10, 12-13

----- 1989 The history and archaeology of the Hyde Brewery, Winchester. Part one: the archaeological survey, Proc 45, 191-212

Elliott, R 1986 Robert Boyes (c. 1723-1782), teacher and historian, News 6, 6-7

----- 1987 The Alresford Union Workhouse: later known as Tichborne Down Hospital, News 7, 23-5

----- 1988 The restoration of St John’s church, New Alresford, 1897-8, News 9, 25-6

----- 1989 St Mary’s Church at Itchen Stoke (the rebuilding in the Early Gothic style), News 12, 16-17

Ellis, C M 1968 A gazetteer of the water, wind and tide mills of Hampshire, Proc 25, 119-40

----- 1970 Additions to ‘A gazetteer of water, wind and tide mills of Hampshire’, N OS, 1, 12, 170-1

Facer, R 2001 A passage of words: the transmission of the novel through select Hampshire newspapers, 1772-1800, Proc 56, 254-65

Farley, S 1999 A New Forest family brought to life [Eyre family], NFR 37, 11-13

Fergie, B 2009 An agricultural storage building, Silchester, Hampshire, News 51, 13-18

Foster, P & Markham, S 1989 Gilbert White begins work on the Antiquities of Selborne. Two letters – White to John Loveday and Loveday to White, Proc 45, 157-66

Freeman, R 1989 Owen Browne Carter, 1806-1859, News 11, 7-8

----- 2003 Owen Browne Carter – Winchester architect and artist: a year in Egypt, 1829-30, News 39, 4-7

----- & Preston, R 2011 The Winchester houses of Richard Andrews, News 55, 15-18

Frost, C 2008 ‘Stocks to Brompton and most rare plants’: decorative live plant material on Portsea Island, 1700-1830, News 50, 10-12

Fruen, B 1999 A rural ride through the hard parishes: a study on the mid Hampshire chalklands prior to the Swing riots, Proc 54, 221-31

Garnham, R 2004 The ford at Chandler’s Ford, News 42, 33-6

Gibson, W T 1989 Continuity and change: the Cathedral chapter at Winchester in the nineteenth century, Proc 45, 167-72

----- 1992 The Revd William Wilson, vicar of Holy Rood, Southampton, and the revival of the office of rural dean in the Church of England, Proc 47, 197-202

Gilliat, P 2008 The diocese of Winchester: reform and re-organisation 1827-1927, Proc 63, 76-87

Glover, B 1969 Basingstoke billheads, N OS, 1, 10, 140-1

Grainger, D 1984 The visit of Viscount Tonypandy to Petersfield, 9 March 1984, News 2, 12

Green, F 1990 William Comley Roles of Romsey, News 14, 26-7

Green, I M 1983 Drovers and the movement of livestock in north-west Hampshire, SN Hist 1, 8, 171-4

Hare, J 1989 The Brooks area of Winchester: the growth of a Victorian urban landscape, News 11, 15-17

----- 2007 The original buildings of Peter Symonds’ School, Winchester, News 48, 10-14

Harfield, C 1995 A rector’s legacy: notes on the parish of St Mary, Buriton, 1889, written by Reverend John Gedge for the benefit of Reverend Alfred Martell, Proc 50, 193-207

Hayden, R 1999 The Market House, Romsey, 1744-1820, Proc 54, 115-26

----- 2003 Health and housing: Lord Palmerston as Hampshire proprietor c. 1807-65, Proc 58, 254-67

Haydon, C 1985 A letter from Southampton, September 1779, Proc 41, 284-7

----- 2000 Scenes of clerical life in Georgian Hampshire: the Reverend Richard Wavell, Proc 55, 68-78

Hedge, R 2002 Slate survivals in a country garden, News 38, 8-9

Hendy, G 2008 A pretty easy way of dawdling away one’s time: the canons of Winchester Cathedral in the long eighteenth century, Proc 63, 37-57

Hicks, M 1990 Wallop House: the rectory house at Nether Wallop, News 13, 9

Hoad, M 1990 Hampshire in 1839, News 14, 1-3

Holt, M 1995 Prallingworth – new data revealed, News 23, 7

Hutton, B 1999 ‘The Beehives’, alias the Lodges of Chilworth Manor, News 32, 24-6

Isherwood, J 2000 The Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings campaign to save Holy Trinity Church, Penton Mewsey, Proc 55, 79-88

Jackman, R 1980, 1981 Lyndhurst life, SN Hist 1, 2, 22-3; 1, 3, 47-8

James, J F 1966 Industrial archaeology, NFR 5, 10-11

----- 1974 Poor Law administration in Hordle parish, 1786-1834, NFR 13, 38-44

----- 1979 Heywood Sumner – New Forest archaeologist and historian, NFR 16, 8-14

----- 1978 Vernacular architecture in the New Forest, NFR 15, 20-6

----- 1980 Some notes on the lives and conditions of New Forest villagers during the reign of George III, NFR 17, 16-21

----- 1982 The Hurst lighthouses, NFR 19, 14-28

----- 1995 Vernacular architecture in the New Forest: domestic buildings in cob from c. 1750 to c. 1900, News 24, 3-10

----- 2000 War memorials and local history News 34, 19-21

----- 2007 Who is Laura? [Peele family, Lymington], News 47, 27-30

James, J P 1966 The Comyn (Shrubb) notebooks of Boldre, N OS, 1, 4, 43-4

James, T B 1985 Medecroft: a Victorian town house, News 3, 24-6

Jeffery, D 2005 Thomas Stopher and Petersfield police station, News 43, 28-30

Johnston, D E 2007 The Woolbury horse and cross, Proc 62, 208-16

Johnston, P 1981 The rector’s wife and the last labourers’ revolt – Kings Worthy, 1830, SN Hist 1, 4, 72-3

----- 1983 Suffragettes, suffragists and party politics in Southampton, 1907-14, Proc 39, 201-11

Jones, J 1988 Fairthorne Manor and its associations, News 10, 1-3

----- 1990 Cobbett and Botley again, News 13, 3

----- & Stevenson, E 1992 Sir Bevis at Curdridge, News 18, 4-5

Jones, P 1989 The Cart Shed – Newhouse Farm, Botley, News 12, 14-15

Jones, S 1984 Oral history in Southampton, News 2, 10-11

Jowitt, R L P 1967 Early railway days in Hampshire, N OS, 1, 6, 70-4

----- 1972 West Hampshire railways, NFR 11, 9-10

Judson, T 1981a Ringwood, SN Hist 1, 3, 46-7

----- 1981b Cowpits or Couches Pits, Ringwood, SN Hist 1, 4, 63-6

----- 1982a Some notes on Ringwood's postal history, SN Hist 1, 5, 110-2

----- 1982b Notes on Ringwood Workhouse master’s ‘Remembrance Book’ 1826-1830, SN Hist 1, 6, 128-30

----- 1984 Ringwood: a demographic study, News 1, 4-8

Kaye, J M 1976 The ‘Old Bowling-Green’ affair, Southampton, 1749-1759, Proc 33, 95-107

Keeble Shaw, A 1959, 1960 Windmills and water-mills in Hampshire, Proc 21, 107-9; 21, 125-33

Kenyon, J R 1977 Windmills in Hampshire and the Isle of Wight – a revised list of sites, Proc 34, 53-7

Kingston, E 1989 Farming and enclosure in eighteenth-century Broughton, News 11, 23-7

----- 1991 Drove roads, News 16, 22-3

Le Pard, G 1991 Heywood Sumner – a provisional bibliography, News 15, 13-16

----- 1993 Some ‘new’ pottery drawings of Heywood Sumner, NFR 31, 4-6

----- 1995a The Trustworthy Mole: Heywood Sumner, archaeologist and author, Proc 50, 209-35

----- 1995b Heywood Sumner’s initials on a tree?, NFR 33, 5-6

----- 1995c Cuckoo Hill: an Arts and Crafts house in the New Forest, News 23, 29-33

----- 1996 The gardens at Cuckoo Hill, News 25, 10-11

----- 1997 An ‘Arts and Crafts’ panel at Avon Tyrrell, News 28, 8-9

Lennox, I 1997 Land use changes and development at Sway, c. 1767-1910, News 28, 14-17

Lewis, E R 1978 William Cobbett’s farm at Raglington, N NS, 8, 25-7

Lloyd, A T 1967 The salterns of the Lymington area, Proc 24, 86-102

----- 1979 Field Marshal Lord Seaton, 1778-1863: forgotten by the Forest of his birth, NFR 16, 17-19

----- 1994 Milton and New Milton, News 22, 34-5

Lloyd, D 2004 A response to ‘The view from the graveyard: some notes on the history of Warblington’, News 41, 27 [Williams 2003]

Lloyd, P L 1993 Restoration of St Catherine’s Church, Littleton: 1885-1886, News 19, 9-12

----- 1994 Engraved glass in Hampshire buildings, News 22, 3-7

Lockyer, E 1994 Unique village hall to be demolished [Chilbolton], News 22, 7-8

Lunn-Rockliffe, J 1991 Restoring the Milner Hall, News 15, 8

Mackay, R 2004 Researching Britain’s submarine heritage, News 41, 25-6

Main, J, Snellgrove, B, Hopkirk, M & Reynolds, C 1977 Times remembered, NFR 14, 13-17

Manning, E 1971 Amendments to the gazetteer of watermills, N OS, 2, 2, 7

Markwick, A 1989 Philip Brannon, 1817-1890, Proc 45, 173-82

Marter, P, McConnell, R & Dean, G 1999 Preparations for war: World War II civil defence in the city of Winchester, Proc 54, 146-62

Mason, A W 1975 The history of Middle Bridge, Romsey, Proc 32, 49-61

Matthews, S 2002 From Exeter to Oxford, and other journeys: the English travel letters of William Grey, 1840-49, Proc 57, 81-88

Mayo, F 1967 Ashlett Mill, NFR 6, 5-7

Meirion-Jones, G I 1969 Dogmersfield and Hartley Mauditt: two deserted villages, Proc 26, 111-27

----- 1983 The Wakes, Selborne: an architectural study, Proc 39, 145-69

Merrick, P 2006 Mead Mill and Burnt Mill, Romsey, News 45, 22-25

----- 2011 Florence Horatio Nelson Suckling of Highwood, Romsey, News 55, 20-1

Millard, S 1988 Odiham and the history of boxing, News 10, 3-4

----- 1992 Odiham’s Bridewell, News 18, 12-13

----- 1994 The Assembly Rooms, Odiham, News 21, 19-20

----- & Course, E. 1990 Lesser buildings of Odiham, News 13, 8

Mirwald, H P & Vogeler, M S 1999 A life devoted to music: Susan Lushington in Kingsley, Proc 54, 232-42

Molyneux, N A D 1986 Highclere Castle. Some recent discoveries regarding its history, News 5, 24-6

----- 1987 A recording session at Silkstead Farm (SU 445244), News 7, 21-2

Moody, B 1968 The changing railway scene in Southampton, Proc 25, 141-5

Moore, J 1995 Bursledon Bridge, News 24, 20-1

Moore, P 1982 Worthy Park House and its contents in 1761, SN Hist 1, 5, 97-9

----- 1984 Survey of farm buildings in Hampshire by Southampton University Industrial Archaeology Group, News 2, 21-2

----- 2002 Industrial, Millennium 39-42

Morris, A L 1991 The nineteenth-century restoration of St Mary's Church, Hartley Wespall, News 16, 26-29

Morris, M 1987 A possible ice-house at Milnthorpe, Winchester, Proc 43, 257-61

Oldfield, J R 1989 Private schools and academies in eighteenth-century Hampshire, Proc 45, 147-56

Ottewill, R 2008 Democracy impaired? A review of County Council elections in Hampshire between 1889 and 1974, Proc 63, 193-214

----- 2011 ‘A Perfect Little Paradise’: a history of Winslade Congregational Chapel 1888-1935, News 56, 3-6

Pasmore, A H 1968 The significance of the New Forest Perambulation, N OS, 1, 7, 82-4

----- 1974 Unrecorded New Forest placenames, NFR 13, 24-6

----- 1987 An autumn drift, NFR 25, 7-9

----- 1997 Hasley excavation 1997, NFR 35, 3-7

----- 2001 Enclosure at New Buildings, Rockford Common: New Forest Section site no. 66/00, NFR 39, 7-9

----- 2005 Richardson Circles – the work of the Forest’s first field archaeologist, NFR 42, 4-6

----- 2006 Bolderwood Lodge and Grounds: the field archaeology, NFR 44, 4-10

----- 2011 The Cold Bath. Site 114/10 [Bolderwood House], NFHAGR 3, 34-5

Pasmore, H C 1974 New Forest Act 1964, NFR 13, 47-54

Peach, J 1984 Some Winchester sale catalogues, News 2, 3-4

----- 1985a The staddle stone granary, News 3, 26-7

----- 1985b The staddle stone, News 4, 27-8

----- 1986a Hampshire granaries, News 5, 27

----- 1986b The influence of the agricultural revolution on the granary, News 6, 29

----- 1987 Granaries: the end of an era, News 7, 22-3

----- 1989 A study of the staddle stone granary in Hampshire, Proc 45, 183-9, MF 49-64

Pearson, G E 1984 The Victorian restoration of Kings Somborne parish church, News 1, 19-22

----- 2000 Chalk-cob buildings in Wessex, News 33, 19-22

Pike, S 2004 The Thomas Ellis Owen festival, News 41, 24

Pile, J 1989 Belmont: notes on the history of the Belmont estate in Bedhampton, News 12, 3-5

----- 1995 Common-pasture exit-funnels and the origin of some settlements in south-east Hampshire, News 23, 19-26

----- 2000 The customary acre in South east Hampshire, News 34, 32-5

Pinhorne, C M W &Cooper, J M 1998 Subterranean Winchester, News 30, 12-14

Raffo, E 1993 Facilities at the South Stoneham Workhouse, News 20, 20-1

Ranger, P 1974 The lost theatres of Winchester, 1620-1861, Proc 31, 65-108

----- 1987 The Rivals: two Georgian theatre managers, Proc 43, 219-35

Read, C 2007 Broad arrows and other tree carvings, NFR 45, 10-14

Reeves, R 2009 An important find for placename research [annotated Driver’s map of the New Forest], NFHAGR 1, 7-12

Reynolds, J, Burrell, C & Bignell, D 1967 Durngate Mill, Winchester, Proc 24, 103-12

Rimmer, A G 1994 Armaments research in the New Forest during World War II, NFR 32, 6-9

Roberts, E 1995 Woodmill again, News 23, 8

----- 2000 Rose Hill Villa, near Stockbridge, News 33, 26

----- 2011 A warning from West Meon, News 56, 12

Roberts, P 1998 Queenham, near Testwood, Eling, NFR 36, 6

----- 2004 Mark Howells Incident Book NFR 41, 6-8

----- 2005 Parliamentary Papers in New Forest local history, NFR 42, 7-8

Robertson, D M 1986 Eastleigh: ‘The Development of a Late Victorian Railway Town’. Some comments, Proc 42, 164-5

Robertson, S 2001 The Polygon, Southampton – recent fieldwork, Proc 56, 192-201

Robinson, A 1981 Old Alresford Manor Farm: barn survey, SN Arch 1, 2, 7-8

----- 1983 Barn surveys, SN Bldg 1, 11

Rudland Hearn, J 1966 Hampshire and Isle of Wight shipping visiting the ‘Liberty of the Water of the Thamar’ in 1760-61, N OS, 1, 4, 50-6

Rushton, G 1984 A Victorian scrapbook, News 2, 1-2

Russell, J 1992 Henry Cort of Gosport, News 18, 1-3

Samuels, A 1982 The Itchen Navigation: a lawyer’s view of the legal issues, Proc 38, 113-20

----- 1984 Mayflower Park, Southampton: public access to the Southampton waterfront, Proc 40, 138-40

----- 1985 Southampton Common: the legal regime, Proc 41, 261-8

----- 1990 Mole End [Southampton], News 13, 16

Sanderson, I 1970 Georgian barn at Abbotstone, near Alresford in Hampshire, N OS 1, 12, 169-70

----- 1973 Abbotstone races, N OS, 2, 5/6, 33-5

----- 1978 Tallots – farm buildings, Abbotstone, Alresford, N NS, 8, 27-8

----- 1979 James Roberts of Abbotstone, yeoman, 1757-1822, N NS, 11, 37-8

----- 1981 Extracts from the diary of John Thorp, yeoman of Preston Candover, SN Hist 1, 4, 69-71

Short, B 2008 Ray Walden and the ‘War Ag’, News 50, 32

Shurlock, B 2008 Francis Wickham Swanton (1746-1823) of Worthy, Hampshire, and Long Stratton, Norfolk: plural curate, plural and absentee rector, magistrate, landlord, and man of his time, Proc 63, 58-75

Smith, G 1982 Nineteenth century towns: a view from Alton, SN Hist 1, 5, 95-7

Smith, M P & Russel, A D 2004 Northlands House 1882-2004: the last country house in Southampton?, Proc 59, 210-18

Soffe, G 1975 The destruction of the country house in Hampshire, N OS, 2, 9/10, 114-6

South, M L 2011 Homophobia in eighteenth-century Southampton, Proc 66, 187-200

Spence, B V 1967 The contribution of the voluntary societies to the provision of elementary education in Hampshire, 1800-1870, Proc 24, 127-36

Spinney, J 1984 Florence Horatia Nelson Suckling of Highwood, Romsey, News 1, 12

Stagg, D J 1972 The New Forest before the Deer Removal Act, NFR 11, 13-16

----- 1973 The Deer Removal Act, 1851, NFR 12, 7-11

----- 1977 A manuscript of the New Forest, NFR 14, 3-4

----- 1990 A Winchester intrigue, News 14, 3-5

----- 1991a Silvicultural inclosure in the New Forest from 1780 to 1850, Proc 46, 131-43

----- 1991b The Bitterne burglary of 1854, News 16, 19-21

----- 1993a Silvicultural inclosure in the New Forest from 1850 to 1977, Proc 48, 143-59

----- 1993b Two early New Forest writers, NFR 31, 7-11

----- 1996 Hythe foreshore – disputed rights, NFR 36, 8-9

Standing, D 2004 Some observations on the layout of Gilbert White’s garden, Selborne: (1) the location of the Hercules statue, News 41, 11-13

Stevenson, L 1988 Thackeray and the Bechers, News 9, 6-7

Sturgess, J 1997a Bramshaw notes NFR 35, 7-9

----- 1997b Bramshaw telegraph, NFR 35, 9-10

----- 1998 Bramshaw Forge – a footnote, NFR 36, 6-7

----- 2001 A note on the Salisbury to Southampton turnpike road, NFR 39, 14

----- 2005 What was a sow-gelder?, NFR 43, 7-8

----- 2006 The Bramshaw branch of the Hampshire Friendly Society, NFR 44, 14-18

----- 2009 Local government in Bramshaw in the middle of the nineteenth century, NFHAGR 1, 16-17

Sumner, H (ed Le Pard, G F) 1999 The New Forest Deer Removal Act, 1851, and afterwards, Proc 54, 75-87

Surry, N W 1976 Two eighteenth century entertainments, N NS, 3, 6

Temple, N 1988 Pages from an architect’s notebook. George Stanley Repton: his drawings for a house and a greenhouse for George Eyre, of Warrens, Bramshaw, Hampshire, Proc 44, 95-105

Tighe, M F 1970 A gazetteer of Hampshire breweries, Proc 27, 87-106

The River Wey Trust 1988 Bramshott sluice, News 10, 24

Thomas, J H 1969 John Portal’s fire insurance policy of 1794, N OS, 1, 9, 122-4

----- 1970 A note on agricultural prices at Romsey in November, 1766, N OS, 1, 12, 172

----- 1977 Some forgotten descriptions of Haslar Naval Hospital, N NS, 7, 21-2

Thompson, P 1992 Winchester’s County Bridewell during the reign of George III, News 18, 14-16

Thorp, J 1989 Architectural records of Highclere Castle, News 11, 6

Thorpe, S 1999 Two World War 2 air raid shelters in Winchester, News 31, 34-5

Thoyts, H G 1970 Country rectory life in the early 1900s, N OS, 1, 11, 149-50

Turley, R V 1977 A survey of Hampshire and Isle of Wight art exhibited in London, 1760-c. 1900, Proc 34, 65-76

Turnbull, B 1993 John Summers Drew (1879-1949): a neglected Hampshire historian, Proc 48, 161-79

Vale, J 1983 The country houses of Southampton, Proc 39, 171-90

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See also:

Natural History Currie 2003; Hedge 2002; Hooke & Riley 1992; Irvine 1982; Read 1999; 2006; Walford 2008; Ware 2005

Prehistory Currie 2003; Fasham 1983; Frensham Community Archaeology Team 2003; Powell 2004; Riall 1983b; Roberts 1987

Roman Currie 2003; Graham 2000

Anglo-Saxon Burgess 1967; Currie 1997; Moore & Preston 2008; Reeves 2002

Medieval Baskerville 2008; 2009; Blakesley 1983; Campbell 2010; 2011; Clooney 2009; Close-Brooks 2007; Crook 2003; 2004; Currie 1989; 1999; 2000a; 2000c; 2002; 2003; Davey et al. 1999; Davis 1998; Deveson & Roberts 1999; Fradgley 1996; Fradgley & Burgess 1991; Gomersall & Whinney 2007; Harding & Light 2003; Hare 1994a; 2007; Hill 1975; 1976; Hubbuck 1996a; 1996b; 1997a; 1997b; 1998a; 1998b; 1999; James 1988; Lloyd 1988; Millard 1989; 1999; Oliver & Collins 1975; Read 2009; 2011; Roberts 2008a; Russell 1998; Sinclair-Williams 1986a; Smith, N 1999; Southampton Museums Archaeology Media Unit 1986; Waight 1998

Post-Medieval Allen, R 2000; Anderson 2005; Baker 2002; Barton 1981; Biddell 2005; Bowie 1988; 2010; Chrystie 2002; Cobb 1972; 1974; Collins 1969; 1973; Currie 1987; 1991; Davey 1981; 1989; Dearnley 2010; Deveson 1999; Duggan 2003; Fergie & Oliver 2007; Fowler 1989; Gapper et al. 2002; Goodall 2006; Gould 1974; Grant 2007; 2009; Haydon 1984; Hicks 1991a; 1991b;1993; Hill 1966; Hoare 2002; Hughes 1974; Hurst 1999; 2001; 2003; 2004; 2005; 2011; Judkins & Judkins 1974; Kemble & Kirby 1994; MacFarquhar 1970; 1971; Meirion-Jones 1972; Millard & Roberts 2005a; 2005b; Molyneux 1983; Noviss 2010; Parker 1998; Pile 2000; Ray 2001; Richards 1999; Roberts 1994; Rutter 2009; Sherlock 2006; South 1987; 2009; Spaul 2002; Stagg 1989; Surry 1981; Thomas 1971; Turley 1974; Turnbull 1987; 1991; Waight 1990; 2007; 2009; White 1970; Wood & Penton 1991

Miscellaneous Allen 1992; Bailey 1991; Delair 1985; Edmonds 2004; Field 1995; Le Pard 1991; 1995a; 1995b; Roberts 1999; Rushton 1988; Taylor 1985; Whinney 1985