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Newsletter 80 - Autumn 2023

The Poet's (Edward Thomas) Sarsen Stone

The Poet's Stone, Shoulder of Mutton Hill, Steep, Hampshire Downs

Contents General editor Dick Selwood  

From the President Mike Fulford
Landscape Section Editor, Dawn Cansfield
Dawn Cansfield
Sarsen Stones in West Woods, nr Marlborough Mike Broderick
Twyfords' Sarsen Stones Michael Corcoran
What next for Hampshire sarsen stone research Dawn Cansfield
The Geology of Hampshire: Introduction Mike Broderick
Stokes Bay, Gosport - a seascape rich in history Barry Shurlock
Archaeology Section Editor, David Allen
Celebrating Hampshire's Archaeologists David Allen

'Pre-Modern People on the Move: migration, immigration and ethnicity' - Archaeology Section Annual Conference

Philippa Harrap and Jane King
Editorial Issues Dave Allen
Historic Buildings Section Editor, Bill Fergie

Bill Fergie

Burghclere Manor, Old Burghclere Bill Fergie
A Unique Survival of a Graffito Inscription in the Church of St Mary, Ashley Karen Wardley
Some Hampshire Inns at the End of the Seventeenth Century

John Hare

Local History Section Editor, Mark Page
The Open Baptists of Basingstoke: 1906-1939 Roger Ottewill
Jonah and the Whale at the Hospital of St. Cross, Winchester Nicholas Riall
Smiths and Forges in Medieval Hampshire: Evidence from the Bishop of Winchester's Estate 1260-1350 Mark Page
Hampshire Record Office: Some Recent Additions to the Archives Sarah Farley
Book Reviews
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