Factsheets published by the RH7 History Group

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  1. Ancient Trackways
  2. Dr Sidney Charles Austin
  3. Woolf Barnato 1895-1948
  4. The Barr Family of Apsley Town
  5. 19th & 20th Century Blacksmiths in Blindley Heath, Dormansland & Lingfield
  6. Blindley Heath & South Godstone Population
  7. Helen Mary Blundell MBE 1915-1999
  8. Bonfire Night Celebrations
  9. Bill Bray - A Local Hero
  10. Brickmaking
  11. Business in Lingfield
  12. Celebrating Empire Day
  13. Charcoal
  14. The Clay Family of Ford Manor
  15. The de Cobhams of Sterborough
  16. Coronations and Jubilees
  17. Cottenhams
  18. Crime and Punishment in the 19th Century
  19. Crowhurst and the Abercrombie Scheme
  20. Crowhurst during the 19th Century
  21. Crowhurst Population
  22. Richard Doubell - A Smuggler's Tale
  23. Drovers
  24. The East India Company
  25. Education in the Local Area 1800-1900
  26. Electricity
  27. English Local Government - Changes in Franchise during the 19th Century
  28. Farm Wagons
  29. The Fire Brigade
  30. Ford Manor Road and Pre-School Education
  31. Sir John Gainsford, Tudor Knight of Crowhurst Place
  32. Gas
  33. Peter Gray
  34. Greater Felcourt Farm - now Felcourt Dairy Farm
  35. Greathed Manor - formerly Ford Manor
  36. Gunpowder
  37. The History of Gypsy Travellers in Britain
  38. The Haywards and Lingfield Guest House
  39. Henry Joseph Hardy
  40. The Heraldry in the Collegiate Church of St Peter and St Paul
  41. Ho Chee, John Fullerton Elphinstone and the Lowdell family
  42. The Holocaust Survivors at Weir Courtney, Lingfield
  43. Hop Growing and Brewing
  44. W E Johns 1893-1968
  45. John Jupp, Jack of All Trades
  46. Limeburning
  47. Lingfield & Dormansland Population
  48. Lingfield Park Golf Club
  49. Lingfield Park Racecourse
  50. Lingfield's Doctors
  51. The History of Lingfield Railway Station
  52. The Early History of Lingfield Village
  53. Livestock
  54. Lullenden, Churchill's Refuge in War
  55. Mail Coaches
  56. Ivan D Margary
  57. William Martingell 1818-1897
  58. Parliamentary Enclosure and the Enclosure of Lingfield Common 1815
  59. The Pauper Apprentices of Lingfield
  60. The Postal Service in the 19th Century
  61. Pounds
  62. The Quickenden Aged Poor Dinner
  63. Roman Roads
  64. Running and Athletics
  65. Leonard Sandall
  66. The St Clair Family of Dormans Land
  67. St Margaret's Well, Lingfield
  68. Heinz Schmidt
  69. Smuggling
  70. Snouts Farm - now The Red Barn
  71. Stage Coaches
  72. John Surtees OBE
  73. Tanning and Tanners
  74. Transport
  75. Turnpike Roads
  76. The Turton Family: The Highs and Lows
  77. Water
  78. Watermills in RH7
  79. Wealden Iron Industry
  80. The Story of Ralph Williams (formerly Ralph Spielmann)
  81. The Workhouse
  82. The Story of Jacky Young (formerly Jona Jakob Spiegel)


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