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Surrey Archaeological Society, 2003 (updated 2016)

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Volume 48, 1943
Table of Contents


Title pages, contents, illustrations
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Report of Proceedings 1939-42
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The Church of the Saxon Coronations at Kingston
W E ST LAWRENCE FINNY
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Ironwork in Epsom and Ewell
CLOUDESLEY S WILLIS
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Surrey Seventeenth-century Tokens
WILFRID HOOPER
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Excavations at Farley Heath, Albury, during 1939
A W G LOWTHER and R G GOODCHILD
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The Manor of Chipsted (alias Chipstead)
LORD HYLTON
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A Roman Ditch at Ewell Council School
SHEPPARD FRERE
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Coats of Arms in Surrey Churches (Part I)
H W POINTER
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Excavations at Hampton Park, Seale
J H MONEY
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Enclosure Acts and Awards relating to Lands in the County of Surrey
W E TATE
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Notes
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- Mesolithic Flints from Epsom Downs and Ewell
- A British Tin Coin from Walton-on-the-Hill
- A Romano-British Site at Woodmansterne
- A Roman Coin from Ewell
- A Medieval Inscription at Merstham Church
- An Early Tudor Wall-painting at the Crown Inn, Chiddingfold
- Glass found at Sidney Wood, Alfold
- The Bells of St Lawrence, Caterham
- A Seventeenth-century Window at Compton
- A Gate at Charlwood from John Tradescant's House
- A Reigate Tradesman's Card
- Extracts from the Diary of William Bray
- An old Workshop at Ewell
- Photographs of Churches in Guildford Diocese
- The Future of Archaeology
- The Work of the Surrey Record Society
Review
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Index
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