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Newsletter 65 - Spring 2016

 
Contents General editor Dick Selwood  

 
Local History Section Editor, Mark Page
'That most difficult of all social questions': the Carlisle Memorial Refuge, Winchester, 1868-81, Part 2 Pat Thompson
Attending to the Spiritual Welfare of the Neighbourhood: The Founding of Fleet Congregational Church 1912-1914 Roger Ottewill
Archives and Local Studies News from the Hampshire Record Office Mark Pitchforth
Book Reviews  
 
Landscape Section Editor, George Campbell
Editorial
George Campbell
Reconstructing the Medieval Landscape of Priors Barton George Campbell
Drift Roads Malcolm Walford
Odiham: Common Fields, Castle and Canl Odiham Visit Mike Broderick


Archaeology Section Editor, David Allen
Editorial
David Allen
Mapping Hampshire's Archaeology David Allen
The Investigation of a Burnt Mound at Greywell Moors Mark Peryer
Shipton Bellinger, 31 Parkhouse Road Cynthia Poole
Reflections of Selborne Priory John Hare


Historic Buildings Section Editor, Bill Fergie
The Old Cottage, Duke Street, Micheldever Bill Fergie & Edward Roberts
A transitional three bay framed house, Bentworth Hall Farm - also known as Hall Place, Bentworth Edward Roberts & Jane Hurst
Books by Edward Roberts John Hare & Bill Fergie


From the President Chris Elmer

 
In the Back Section Editor, Dick Selwood

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