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Alton Papers

Alton Papers 1 -10

Here is a list of nos 1 - 10 issues of Alton Papers. You can click on the cover images or the issue titles to open pages that give a summary of the chapters, the prices and the availability. Please note that we do not reprint an issue after it has sold out, therefore if the an issue is marked "Limited Stock" please contact Jane Hurst (via CONTACT page) first. Reference copies of all issues are available to view at the Curtis Museum.

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INDEX: Alton Papers 1 - 10 (1997 - 2006)

Covers Contents

Alton Papers, no. 1 (1997) Out of print

A Bohemian Shopping List in 16th Century Alton

Spicers and the Alton Papermill

Diary of a Young Man

Ockham School, Kingsley

Alton Papers, no. 2 (1998) Out of print

The French Horn, The Butts, Alton

Anstey - the Place Name

Anstey Mill?

J.H. & E.Dyer - Builders of Alton & Hampshire

Lest We Forget - the story of Alton's War Memorial

Alton Papers, no. 3 (1999) Out of print

Hop-picking - its impact on Alton and District

Froyle Park Stile

Alton in 1912, part 1

Whatever happened to Alton's Spitfire?

Lest We Forget - a postscript

Alton Papers, no. 4 (2000) Out of print

The Former George Inn, Alton

The Golden Pot

A French Connection

Alton in 1912, part 2

The Crispes of Medstead

Alton Papers, no. 5 (2001) Out of print

Alton - the Place Name

George Brooks Bennett - Schooldays in Alton, 1821-1830

Alton Justice Clerkship Fee Book, 1834-1841

Pearce's Sawmill, Butts Road

Alton Papers, no. 6 (2002) Out of print

The Oppression of Alton by Walter de Burgo, 1236-40

Servant-keeping as a marker of Social Class in Alton, Hampshire

150 Years Ago - the Day the Railway Came to Alton

55, High Street, Alton: Bartlett & Butcher, (later Stoodleys)

Wrights' Yard, The Butts, Alton

Alton Papers, no. 7 (2003) Out of print

Medieval Alton: the Origins of a Market Town

The East Hampshire Ancestry of Parson Woodeforde

Chawton: Employment during the Census Years, 1841-1881

Arthur Edward Hale

Wartime Bombing in Alton - 1939-1945

Alton Papers, no. 8 (2004)

The Reverend Canon Edward James, Vicar of St Lawrence's 1831-54

The Act of Settlement and the Sad Story of Sarah Stacey of Binsted

No.25 Lenten Street

Cretaceous Alton

Local Connections with the Crimean War

Alton Papers, no. 9 (2005)

The Pechell Family Connections with Alton

Frances Jane Dyer - aged 10

The Alton Volunteers, 1803-1812

Albert Fullick

The Alton Ambulance

Alton Papers, no. 10 (2006)

Life of an Agricultural Labourer in Chawton 1840-1924

Who was William Emo?

The Pechell Family's Connections with Alton - Part 2

The New Style, The True Style - How Britain Eventually Moved with the Times

Father Bond - Alton's Carpenter Priest

GO TO: Index for Alton Papers nos. 11 - 20