Alton Papers 11 - 20
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INDEX: Alton Papers 11 - 20 (2007 - 2016)
John Hale & Sons, Wheelwrights & Coachbuilders of Alton.
Wykeham House School, Kings Road, Alton.
An Italianate Tomb at East Tisted, Hampshire.
Alton's Eccentric Professor, A W Bickerton - 1842-1929
Alton Papers, no. 12 (2008) Out of pint
Did Edmund Spenser Live Here?
John Butler Harrison, 1739-1767
The Fighting Cocks
Reg. Kemp’s memories, 1999
Main Roads Around Alton. Part 1: The Arrival of the Turnpikes
Mary Woodforde’s Booke - between the Lines
Main Roads around Alton. Part 2: The Death of the Turnpikes
A Perambulation of Medstead in 1744
The Clockmakers of Alton
Life in Alton in 1859
Alton Papers, no. 14 (2010) Out of print
Emigration, Alton to New Zealand, 1841-1844
One Hundred Years of Living at The Butts
The End of the Butts Tollhouse
An Assessment of Alton Congregational Church during the Edwardian Era, 1901-1914
The Death of King Edward VII
The Allen Gallery
All Saints’ Church, Alton: The Bells
A 1920s Childhood in Alton
Fire at Anstey, 16 August 1905
Everything of the Best - the Early Days of Alton’s Picture Palace
Amery Farm - Home of Jean Stevenson (née Lerwill) for 47 Years
Emigration, Alton to New Zealand - a Footnote
Norfolk House, 93/95 High Street, Alton
The Gibsons and Holybourne
Wyck, and William Wickham
Early Days at the Cottage Hospital
Odds and Ends - Cricket, and the Alton Recreation Ground
Fisher’s Camp, Holybourne, 1948-1950
Life at Fisher’s Camp, Holybourne
The Studio, Church Street, Alton, July 1932-December 1933
Ruth Tiplin (née Pike)
The Andrews/Chawton Connection
Ernest George Horlock V.C.: an Alton Hero Remembered
Chawton’s Part in the Boer War
Hill House, 1 High Street, Alton
Alton’s Breweries in 1974
A Noisy Gang of Rascals - the Belgian Refugees of WWII
The Origins of the Knight Coat of Arms & 2 Grants of Their Arms
Chawton House in the mid-1600s, and Azariah Husbands
No.4 High Street, Alton - The Old House
Odds and Ends: the Funeral of Lieutenant-Colonel Peter Mulvaney
Sweet Fanny Adams Revisited: What’s in a Name?
Jane Austen’s Apothecary - William Curtis
The Centenary of the Battle of Jutland
Normandy Street School, Alton