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Newsletter 79 - Spring 2023

Contents General editor Dick Selwood  

From the President Jo Bailey
Archaeology Section Editor, David Allen
Fragments of Hursley History David Allen
Excavations at Hursley Park, 2021 and 2022 Jane King and Andrew King
Editorial Issues Dave Allen
Local History Section Editor, Mark Page
Charlotte Mary Yonge: Otterbourne's Own Author Hilary Clare
Would Thomas Burberry (1835-1926) of Basingstoke have succeeded without his strict Baptist ethos? Barry Shurlock
Hampshire Record Office: Some Recent Additions to the Archives Sarah Farley
Book Reviews
Landscape Section Editor, Dawn Cansfield
Dawn Cansfield
Landscape Section AGM 2022 Mike Broderick
Sarsen Stone Industries in Southern England: what we know and what we don't know Mike Broderick
The Landscape of the Parish of Otterbourne as Revealed by Charlotte Mary Yonge Roger Ottewill
From common field to rural suburb: Springvale, Kings Worth Barry Shurlock
The Picturesque Eye Field Trip Dawn Cansfield

Historic Buildings Section Editor, Bill Fergie

Bill Fergie

STUDY DAY: Bargate to Civic Centre - the Historic Buildings of Southampton  
Tudor Cottages, Catherington - An early lobby-entry house with an unusual smoke control arrangement. Bill Fergie and Edward Roberts
Was smoke a valuable commodity in vernacular medieval and post-medieval houses?

Bill Fergie

Glebe Cottage, Charlton: A Rare Medieval House with Masonary Walls? Bill Fegie and Edward Roberts
Hampshire Medieval Graffiti Survey: Musings on initials, names and dates as found as graffiti Karen Wardley
John Stott Bill Fergie
In the Back Dick Selwood
From Victorian gun battery and boat testing tank to Roman villa: The Isle of Wight Field Trip 2022 Jo Bailey and Jan Bristow
Pot pourri Dick Selwood

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