Wandsworth Historical Society

The archaeology and history of the Borough of Wandsworth

Battersea : Balham : Putney : Tooting : Wandsworth Town

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The Wandsworth Historian - Back Issues

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To celebrate 50 years of the Historian in February 2021, the titles of the main articles in all issues are now listed below. The pictures of more recent front covers are shown on the right.

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Issue 112, Autumn 2021

  • The 1951 Festival Pleasure Gardens at Battersea
  • The Putney connection of Edvard Beneš
  • The spirit of Chatfield Road, Battersea
  • The Wandsworth typographer Stanley Stevens.

  • Issue 111, Spring 2021

  • Wandsworth in 1971
  • The story of the Grand Theatre, Clapham Junction
  • Philip Brannon's 'City of Health' in Battersea.

  • Issue 110, Autumn 2020

  • Women's Pioneer Housing in interwar Putney
  • Edwardian drug stores in south-west London
  • William Borradaile, Vicar of Wandsworth 1823-38.

  • Issue 109, Spring 2020

  • Putney village in 1497
  • The 1890 alignment of Battersea Bridge
  • Alfred Dryden: the later years.

  • Issue 108, Autumn 2019

  • Edwardian music hall memories
  • The payment of Wandsworth's mill tithes
  • The Henry Fourdrinier family portrait.
  • Issue 107, Spring 2019

  • Alfred Dryden, a Putney worthy
  • When Queen Mary was injured in Wandsworth
  • The Clapham Junction railway crash of 1892.

  • Issue 106, Autumn 2018

  • The curious tale of Wandsworth's motorways
  • Grace Fanner, prominent headmistress and educationalist
  • Arthur Crotch, a noteworthy Putney historian.

  • Issue 105, Spring 2018

  • Growing up in Edwardian Southfields
  • The Anglo-Boer War memorial in Tooting
  • 'Stoney Jack' the antiquarian.

  • Issue 104, Autumn 2017

  • Henry Samuel Simmonds, pioneer Battersea historian
  • Douglas Jerrold, Henry Mayhew and Putney Common
  • The 1917 air raid on Tooting.

  • Issue 103, Spring 2017

  • The Australian war graves in Wandsworth Cemetery
  • Wandsworth and the Spanish Civil War
  • Putney Old Burial Ground.

  • Issue 102, Autumn 2016

  • Battersea whisky: the story of the distillery at Latchmere
  • Battling Irish bureaucracy from Putney
  • The Black family in the Wandsworth area.

  • Issue 101, Spring 2016

  • Five remarkable lives at the 3rd London General Military Hospital on Wandsworth Common
  • Thomas Atkinson, Battersea's forgotten labour activist
  • Chemist shop changes in Wandsworth
  • Copper smelting in seventeenth-century Putney.
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    Issue 100, Autumn 2015

  • The Old One Hundredth
  • The Putney Builder, W R Williams
  • The Location of Gibbefeld
  • John Burns's Birthplace.

  • Issue 99, Spring 2015

  • Suburban Pioneers: Westhorpe Street in Putney, 1900-11
  • A Battersea School Prize from the 1870s. [LINK]
  • The Wandsworth Historian production story since 1971.

  • Issue 98, Autumn 2014

  • Walter the Vinedresser and the Wandsworth Manors of Downe and Dunsford
  • The Chelsea Artist on the Wandsworth Salient
  • Angry Victorian Ratepayers.

  • Issue 97 Spring 2014

  • The Caius Mission Swimming Tragedy of 1912
  • 1960s Traffic Changes to Central Wandsworth
  • The City Steam Packet Company in Battersea.

  • Issue 96, Autumn 2013 (celebrating our Diamond Jubilee)

  • The Story of Wandsworth's Meritocrats
  • The Watermans Chest of Putney. [LINK]
  • Youthful Times in 1930s Battersea
  • A reproduction of the "The London Argus" from April 30, 1898 containing an article on Wandsworth's history as it was seen in 1898.

  • Issue 95 Spring 2013

  • George Gissing and Battersea: Fiction and Fact
  • Wandsworth and the First Detectives
  • J G Taylor, Our Man of Batersey.

  • Issue 94, Autumn 2012

  • The Usk Road V2 Incident, 1945
  • Fifty Years of Archaeology in Wandsworth
  • Voltairs's Home in Wandsworth.

  • Issue 93, Spring 2012

  • "The Arab Boy", Henry Scarth & Yusef Sirrie
  • The Livelihood of Henry Smith the Undertaker
  • Spy Fever in Wandsworth, 1914.

  • Issue 92, Autumn 2011

  • Harold Buchanan Ryley, Emanual School's Gallant Headmaster *
  • Domesday Wandsworth: its Population and Tools
  • Alessandro Biucchi, Battersea Confectioner from Italian Switzerland.

  • * Please click on his name for a longer version of the article on Harold Buchanan Ryley.

    Issue 91, Spring 2011

  • A J Dawson, Novelist from Wandsworth
  • Domesday Wandsworth and St Wandrille. [LINK]
  • The Wandsworth Historian at 40
  • John Burns, Progenitor of Town Planning
  • Memories of the Thames in the Thirties & Forties
  • Nick Fuentes, a Major Player in London's Archaeology.

  • Issue 90, Autumn 2010

  • Jesse Rust and his Son, Vitreous Mosaic Manufacturers of Battersea *
  • Industrial Wandsworth in the Late Seventeenth Century
  • The Mysterious Smithwood Close Oak Tree
  • The Wonders of Frame Food
  • The Arding & Hobbs Great Fire

  • * Full versions of the Jesse Rust article can be downloaded here: 

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    Issue 89, Spring 2010

  • The Wandsworth Borough News in Retrospect
  • Wandsworth, Putney and Wimbledon: the Battersea Bounds West of the Wandle
  • A Battersea Childhood
  • The Royal Masonic Institution for Girls: 1852-1934.

  • Issue 88, Autumn 2009

  • The Case of the Discarded War Memorial
  • Challenging the Perceptions of Putney in Wartime
  • When Wandsworth Said Farewell to its Trams
  • Charles Haddon Spurgeon and 'Helensburgh House'.

  • Issue 87, Spring 2009

  • The Shrubbery, Lavender Gardens
  • C J Stewart's - Master Butchers of Putney
  • Royal Beasts in Tooting
  • Anglo-Saxon Battersea & Wandsworth - as Viewed from Clapham.

  • For Keith Bailey's full paper on 'The Boundaries of Anglo-Saxon Clapham', please select one of the following:

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    Issue 86, Autumn 2008

  • Clapham Junction Swallows a Street
  • The Cinderella Dance Club Bombing of 1943 - A Survivor's Account
  • Memories of Edward Foster VC
  • Rose Tones - Projectile Factory War Worker.

  • Issue 85, Autumn 2007

  • Longhedge Farm, Battersea
  • Freemasonry and Other Mutual Organisations in Battersea and Wandsworth
  • The 'Home Farm' of Allfarthing in the 14th Century
  • Dorman Long's Nine Elms Steelworks, 1941-44.

  • Issue 84, Spring 2006

  • The Nicholas Lane Family Dynasty
  • The Old Battersea RC School for Boys
  • Using Valuation Office Records for House History
  • The Living Story of Corporal Foster's Bravery.

  • Issue 83, Autumn 2006

  • The Old Battersea RC School for Girls
  • The Wandsworth Novel of May Sinclair
  • Tooting Bec Lido at 100
  • John Toland and Teakettle Court, Putney.

  • Issue 82, Spring 2006

  • WWII Air Raid Casualties in Battersea and Wandsworth
  • The Shakespeare Theatre, Battersea
  • 'Southlands' , Battersea High Street - a Myth Interpreted.

  • Issue 81, Autumn 2005

  • Patrick Loobey 1947-2005
  • Wandgas Colliers in World War 2
  • From Balham to Battlefield 1808-09
  • An Early Medieval Vineyard in Wandsworth
  • Craig's Gigantic Telescope - a Long Forgotten Description.

  • Issue 80, Spring 2005

  • The Latchmere Estate - the Story Behind its Street Names
  • 39-41 Wandsworth Common North Side
  • Punch goes riding in Battersea Park
  • Battersea Fields before the Bricks and Mortar.

  • Issue 79, Autumn 2004

  • Arnold Bennett and Putney
  • Childhood Recollections of Earlsfield
  • The Early History of a House in Southfields
  • The Ratepayer's Burden a Hundred Years Ago.

  • Issue 78, Spring 2004

  • Local Armed Volunteers Against Napoleon
  • Allfarthing's Missing Manorial Lords
  • The Balham Hoard
  • Winston Churchill - our Part in his Downfall. [LINK]

  • Issue 77, Autumn 2003 (WHS Golden Jubilee Issue)

  • Before it's too Late - the Foundation of the WHS
  • The Ponton Estate at Nine Elms 1860-1890
  • Two Houses in Old Wandsworth
  • Patriotic Spirit in Battersea
  • The French Church at Wandsworth.

  • Issue 76, Spring 2003

  • Glove Making in Battersea
  • Archaeological Discoveries at Putney Wharf
  • The Heyday of Morgan Crucible
  • Evershed - an Old Wandsworth Family.
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    Issue 75, Autumn 2002

  • Thomas Cromwell 1485 - 1540: first Lord Cromwell and Earl of Essex
  • Boyhood Memories of Putney Town
  • The Case of the Careless Battersea Gardener
  • Mark Bell and Batterseas's Distillery
  • Morrison's Brickfield and its Successors.

  • Issue 74, Autumn 2001

  • William Freeman - Hero of Balaclava
  • Thomas Noone Talfourd: Writer, Critic, Politician and Judge
  • Archaeological Excavations at 76-80 Upper Tooting Road, London Borough of Wandsworth
  • The Anglo-Saxon Boundaries of Wandsworth: Some Comments.

  • Issue 73, Spring 2001

  • Some Names of Wandsworth Medieval Peasants
  • Murder on Battersea Bridge
  • The Battersea Estates of Frederick Haines
  • The Lantern.

  • Issue 72, Autumn 2000

  • John Temple Leader (1810 - 1903)
  • A Battersea Victorian Railwayman of Repute. [LINK]
  • The Perambulation of Wandsworth Parish Boundaries in 1788 - Part 2.

  • Issue 71, Spring 2000

  • Beaufoy, Burns and Booth: The Beaufoy Estate in 1889
  • Thames-side Sugar Houses
  • The Perambulation of Wandsworth Parish Boundaries in 1788 - Part 1.

  • Issue 70, Autumn 1999

  • The Moated Site of Bente and the Loat Chapel ot Tooting Bec
  • The Niphan Factory at Southfields
  • Nicholas Maudit in Medieval Wandsworth
  • Wandsworth's watermills to 1700
  • Disraeli Gardens, Putney.

  • Issue 69, Summer 1998 (actually delivered May 2001)

  • The Kings Head, Roehampton
  • A Literary View of Putney Bridge
  • Charles Booth in Battersea
  • A 'New' set of Saxon Bounds for Wandsworth.

  • Issue 68, Autumn 1997

  • The Beaufoys in Battersea: Part 3
  • The Porter Family: Lords of Allfarthing Manor
  • Putney's Tithe Barn
  • A Southfields Dairyman and Policeman.

  • Issue 67, Spring 1995

  • Waltham Abbey and Battersea
  • Putney Property Holders in 1787
  • St Patrick of Battersea?
  • Meeting Place of the Brixton Hundred
  • Thomas Temple Vicar of Battersea
  • The Founding of The Telegraph Inn.

  • Issue 66, Autumn 1994

  • Private Education in Putney during the last Hundred Years: a survey
  • A Greek Trireme in Putney
  • Roe Bridge. Mitcham Lane
  • The Emperor Claudius comes to Putney
  • Susanna Powell, a widow in Wandsworth in Jacobean times
  • Further notes on the Origins of St Patrick.

  • Issue 65, Winter 1992

  • The Place-Name 'Totterdown'
  • Putney on a Postcard
  • The River Wandle in 1633
  • The 1642 Bridge of Boats
  • Jeam Baptista Muller
  • Beaduric and Battersea.

  • Issue 64, Summer 1992

  • The Beaufoys of Battersea: Part 2
  • The Portrait of William Broderick
  • Streatham Cemetery
  • A Bad Smell on East Hill
  • Some Memories of Southfields
  • 'The Retreat' and the Budge Family
  • St Partick, Battersea and Wandsworth - A Reply.

  • Issue 63, 1991

  • William Broderick, the King's Embroiderer
  • The Missis Lewis' School, Putney
  • St Partick, Battersea and Wandsworth
  • The Hermit of Wandsworth
  • Saved from the Thames
  • Colliers to Nine Elms.

  • Issue 62, 1991

  • The Wandsworth Great Tithe and Marshall's Charity
  • Putney Pottery, 1668-1739
  • Roman Wandsworth: part 2, Wandsworth Town.

  • Issue 61, Autumn 1990

  • The Beaufoys at Battersea
  • A Map of Putney, 1787
  • Bridges and Mills: a comment
  • Charles Kynoch
  • Blackmores and Bolting Cloths.

  • Issue 60, Summer 1990

  • Roehampton Detached
  • Putney or not Putney
  • West Hill: the making of a noble retreat
  • Tudor Murder in Wandsworth
  • Setting the Tone
  • Battersea's Anglo-Saxon Boundaries: a comment.

  • Issue 59, Winter 1990

  • The Cut
  • The Western Boundary of Early Battersea
  • Religion in Victorian Wandsworth
  • Delft Tiles
  • Further Observations on the Reformation in Wandsworth and Battersea.

  • Issue 58, Autumn 1989

  • Roman Wandsworth: part 1, Battersea
  • Some observations on the Battersea boundary through West Streatham
  • St. Bartholomew's church, Battersea 1891-1972
  • William Law - a forgotten resident of Putney. [LINK]
  • Robert Seymour.

  • Issue 57, Spring 1989

  • The token coinage of the Mayors of Garrat
  • Leigh Hunt on Wimbledon Park
  • Early River Crossings at Putney - Part 1
  • Education for All - The Board Schools in Battersea 1870-1900: Part 4, Winstanley Road School
  • Bears Den Hall, Putney
  • Bombed out in Wandsworth.

  • Issue 56, Autumn 1988

  • Roehampton Chapel
  • Early Postcards of Wandsworth
  • Willian Willmer Pocock: a Wandsworth Architect
  • From Board of Works to Book House: one hundred years
  • Another Tranchet Axe from the Thames
  • Education for All - The Board Schools in Battersea 1870-1900: Part 3, Bolingbroke School.

  • Issue 55, Summer 1988

  • Southfields Defence Force 1914-1918
  • Aspects of the Reformation in Wandsworth: Part 4, Tooting Graveney
  • The Putney Pallas
  • The Automobile Industry in the Borough of Wandsworth
  • Thomas James Lynes, Architect of the Earlsfield estate
  • Education for All - The Board Schools in Battersea 1870-1900: Part 2, Building the Schools.

  • Issue 54, Spring 1988

  • Aspects of the Reformation in Wandsworth: Part 3, Wandsworth Town
  • Kingsmere Close Excavation - an interim report: Part 1, the earlier periods
  • The Election of the Mayors of Garrat
  • Education for All - The Board Schools in Battersea 1870-1900: Part 1, The Background
  • Tooting Jottings: 1919
  • Battersea Rise in the 1920's.

  • Issue 53, Winter 1987

  • Battersea's Museums
  • Medieval Putney - A Reply
  • Some Field and Place Names of Wandsworth
  • Aspects of the Reformation in Wandsworth: Part 2 - Battersea
  • The Building of the Totterdown Estate, Tooting
  • A Skeleton.

  • Issue 52, Spring 1987

  • Aspects of the Reformation in Wandsworth: Part 1, Putney
  • Benedict Arnold - buried in Battersea
  • Edward Gibbon - his early years in Putney
  • Medieval Putney - settlement patterns and its open fields
  • Tooting Jottings: 1918
  • Prehistoric Wandsworth: part 3, The Neolithic Period.

  • Issue 51, Winter 1986/87

  • Medieval Putney - a Planned Village?
  • A Battersea Boundary Plate
  • Clapham Junction 1880-1914
  • Sir Archbald Davis Dawnay - Mayor of Wandsworth 1908-1919
  • Tooting Jottings 1917
  • St. Mary's Putney: the Last 150 Years.
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    Issue 50, Autumn 1986

  • Prehistoric Wandsworth, Part 2
  • Dorothy Berringer
  • Clapham Junction on the 1870s
  • The Wandsworth Paper Mills
  • Wandsworth's Railway Engines
  • Richard Steele and Wandsworth
  • Tooting Jottings 1916.

  • Issue 49, Summer 1986

  • Seventeenth Century Putney
  • The Wimbledon and Putney Railway
  • A Day at the Manorial Court of Dunsford, 1663
  • The Kennington to Streatham Cable Trams of the London Tramway Company
  • William Willis - Mayor of Battersea 1908-1909
  • Tooting Jottings 1915.

  • Issue 48, Spring 1986

  • Prehistoric Wandsworth, Part 1
  • Frederic William Worthy, Mayor of Battersea 1907-1908
  • Tooting Jottings 1914
  • Henry George Hills - Wandsworth's First Town Clerk
  • The Dawes Connection, Part 2
  • Clapham Junction on the 1860s.

  • Issue 47, December 1985

  • The Origins of Clapham Junction
  • William Bishop and the Putney Baths
  • St Peter's Hospital, East Hill. [LINK]
  • Battersea and the Thames, 1851
  • James Henry Brown, Mayor of Battersea
  • Tooting Jottings, 1913
  • Sisters Avenue: The History and Development of Nos.1 to 7
  • The Dawes Connection: Putney and the Dawes Family.

  • Issue 46, September 1985

  • The Huguenot Memorial, East Hill
  • The Paving of Putney High Street
  • Tooting Jottings 1912
  • The West London Line
  • James Wise - Mayor of Wandsworth 1906-1907
  • Railwaymen in Victorian Battersea (1851-1871)
  • The City Railway: Another Might-Have-Been of Local History.

  • Issue 45, June 1985

  • The Albert Palace, Battersea
  • Battersea and Wandsworth in the Dark Ages
  • The Bishop West Chapel, Putney
  • The Early Days of G. Hardwick & Sons
  • Sir Alexander Glegg
  • A History of Salvador Estate, Tooting
  • Why Clapham Junction?
  • Tooting Jottings 1911.

  • Issue 44, March 1985

  • Battersea Reference Library: a History and Architectural Appreciation
  • Dunsford Manor and the Brodrick Family in Wandsworth: Part 2
  • William Rines, Mayor of Battersea 1905-1906
  • Utopia Forty Years on: the County of London Plan Revisited
  • Tooting Jottings from 1910.

  • Issue 43, December 1984

  • Balham farm and Nicholas Lane
  • The St. John Family of Battersea
  • Tudor Putney
  • William James West
  • Tooting Jottings from 1909.

  • Issue 42, September 1984

  • Black People in 17th and 18th Century Putney
  • The London and South Western Railway: 1838-1856
  • Rev. John Henry Anderson
  • Dunsford Manor and the Brodrick Family in Wandsworth: Part 1
  • Putney Pightles and the Twygge Family
  • Tooting Jottings from 1908.

  • Issue 41, June 1984

  • George Elliot at Southfields
  • Battersea in 1751
  • Nine Elms as a Passenger Station: 1838-1848
  • Some Further Observations on Putney's Boundaries
  • Sir John William Lorden.

  • Issue 40, March 1984

  • Balham and Tooting in the Dark Ages
  • Nicholas Maudyt: a Wandsworth Knight
  • Tooting One Hundred and Thirty-Five Years Ago
  • A Preliminary Note on the London and Southampton Railway
  • William Hunt: Mayor of Wandsworth 1902-1903
  • Saxon Putney: A View from Across the River
  • Anglo-Saxon Putney and Roehampton: a Reply.

  • Issue 39, December 1983

  • Anglo-Saxon Putney and Roehampton
  • William Watts - Mayor of Battersea 1903-1904.

  • Issue 38, September 1983

  • Victoria Dwellings - Battersea Park Road
  • Sir William Lancaster - Mayor of Wandsworth 1901-1902
  • A Pottery Bird Whistle - St. Mary's Church, Putney.

  • Issue 37, June 1983

  • Arthur William Raynor - Mayor of Battersea 1902-1903
  • Intra-Urban Migration - a Battersea Example, 1875-1883.

  • Issue 36, March 1983

  • Mayors of Battersea and Wandsworth - Howarth Barnes
  • In Defence of Anglo-Saxon Putney and Roehampton.

  • Issue 35, December 1982

  • Some obervations on the boundary between the parishes of Wimbledon and Wandsworth
  • The site of Putney Workhouse
  • History of a Tooting house
  • Battersea and Brunel
  • Mayors of Battersea and Wandsworth - John Lidiard
  • Some facets of Wandsworth life in 1856.

  • Issue 34, September 1982

  • H.R.H. Prince Charles inspects the Society's 'dummy' excavation
  • Nicholas Lane - 17th century Land surveyor and cartographer
  • The Duke of Clarence at Roehampton
  • The Great Battersea Square fire.

  • Issue 33, June 1982

  • A "Putney" Mathematician - Srinivasa Ramanujan
  • Mayors of Battersea and Wandsworth - William Davies
  • Felsham Road archaeological site - a further report.

  • Issue 32, March 1982

  • Percy Melville Thornton, a postcript
  • The first Borough Council elections in Wandsworth and Battersea
  • Harking back, a piece of Tideway nostalgia
  • Roehampton House.

  • Issue 31, December 1981

  • Local history research in Wandsworth
  • The last of the Thorntons of Battersea Rise House
  • Putney Detached
  • S.S. Bailey (Stan Bailey obituary)
  • Battersea and Wandsworth manor.

  • Issue 30, September 1981

  • 'Appy' Oliday time
  • Percy Melville Thornton (1841-1918)
  • Wandsworth Schools during the Regency Period.

  • Issue 29, March 1981

  • Local history research in Wandsworth
  • Felsham Road, Putney excavation - Interim Report Part 2
  • Battersea/Wandsworth Manor Part 2.

  • Issue 28, October 1980

  • The Napoleans of Wimbledon Common
  • Venus after Bathing
  • Riverhall Street, Wandsworth Road, SW8.

  • Issue 27, July 1980

  • Battersea and Wandsworth Manor
  • The site of early Roehampton
  • Wandsworth and Napolean
  • Reminiscences of Edith Lye.

  • Issue 26, April 1980

  • Felsham Road, Excavation - Interim Report: Part 1
  • Stones that can lie
  • The Fulham Extension Railway.
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    Issue 25, December 1979

  • Where was Putney Park?
  • The Western boundary of Brixton Hundred
  • The Freeing of the Battersea bridges.

  • Issue 24, September 1979

  • D R Pollock - obituary
  • Putney Bridge.

  • Issue 23, June 1979

  • Some place-name evidence for Anglo-Saxon settlement in the Wandsworth area
  • Althorpe Grove, Battersea, Excavation. A 'Merry Man' plate.

  • Issue 22, April 1979

  • Spring Passage, Puney: Archaeological Excavation
  • Dubuisson-Sheppard
  • Tithe Records.

  • Issue 21, February 1979

  • Melrose Hall and the Visit of the Viceroy of Egypt
  • Dubuisson-Sheppard: A Wandsworth Boundary Stone.

  • Issue 20,,December 1978

  • Edward Thomas & Battersea: Some Connections.

  • Issue 19, October 1978

  • Mineral Water Manufacturers of Wandsworth
  • Finds from the Foreshore.

  • Issue 18, August 1978

  • Manresa House, Roehampton, Part 3
  • Wandsworth's First Railway Station
  • Latchmere Estate, Battersea.

  • Issue 17, December 1977

  • Manresa House, Roehampton, Part 2
  • Excavation at 22 Bendemeer Road, Putney
  • A Palaeolithic Implement from Putney.

  • Issue 16, June 1977

  • Manresa House, Roehampton, Part 1
  • Sir William Chambers and the Building of Parkstead House, Roehampton
  • Notes on Population in Wandsworth, 1603-1787
  • The Origins of Medieval Putney: A Second Rejoinder, A Second reply.

  • Issue 15, January 1977

  • The Medieval Moated Sites
  • The Origins of Medieval Putney - A Rejoinder
  • Medieval Putney - A Reply
  • The Origin of the Name "Putney".

  • Issue 14, June 1976

  • Some Thoughts on Medieval Putney
  • Medieval Putney: Some Further Proleptic Observations
  • The Cromwells and Putney
  • 'The Putney Bus'.

  • Issue 13, December 1975

  • The Roman Road System in and around Putney
  • An Early Putney Street Directory
  • A Small Battersea Estate in the 1770s.

  • Issue 12, August 1975

  • The "Red House" Tavern, Battersea Fields
  • Bolingbroke Hostital.

  • Issue 11, December 1974

  • The Story and Archaeology of the Upper Mills in Wandsworth.

  • Issue 10, June 1974

  • A History of All Saints' Church, Putney
  • South-Western Swansong
  • A Theological Training College in Putney.

  • Issue 9, December 1973

  • The Royal Victoria Patriotic Asylum
  • Kite-Flying on Wimbledon Common
  • Nine Elms to Barn Elms XIV, Industry 7: Morgan's Crucibles
  • Other Putneys.

  • Issue 8, June 1973

  • Nine Elms to Barn Elms XIII, Industry 6: Wandsworth Gasworks and its Ships
  • Hypothetical History - Or Some Railways That Never Were
  • Signing the Register 1761-1870.

  • Issue 7, February 1973

  • The Putney Childhood of Laurence Oates
  • Leigh Hunt in Putney
  • Sir George Newnes and Putney Library.

  • Issue 6, October 1972

  • A Decade of Digging
  • Putney Lower Common under the Conservators, 1871-1877
  • Putney Common 21 June 1972
  • Gilmore House - An Additional Note.

  • Issue 5, June 1972

  • The Putney Poverty Project
  • Bath Chairs on the Brighton Line
  • Nine Elms to Barn Elms XII, Industry 5: Distilleries
  • Isabella Gilmore.

  • Issue 4, February 1972

  • Nine Elms to Barn Elms XI, Industry 4: York House and the Battersea Enamels
  • Origins of Wandsworth Street Names 3
  • An Introduction to the Railway Industry in Battersea
  • Fire Insurance Marks
  • Drouet's Asylum in Tooting.

  • Issue 3, October 1971

  • Battersea in the Dark Ages
  • Origins of Wandsworth Street Names 2
  • Sefton Street Excavations
  • Nine Elms to Barn Elms X, Industry 3: Price's Patent Candle Factory, Battersea.

  • Issue 2, June 1971

  • Jenny Lind and Her Wandsworth Homes
  • Nine Elms to Barn Elms IX, Industry 2: The Battersea Horizontal Air-Mill
  • Roehampton in 1617
  • Some Iron Age Finds in Wandsworth
  • Finds from the River
  • Origins of Wandsworth Street Names
  • "The Development of Putney": A Review.

  • Issue 1, February 1971

  • The Early History of Roehampton 1300-1650
  • Nine Elms to Barn Elms VIII, Industry 1: Nine Elms Gas Works.