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Times Past

Main articles in the Museum Newsletter "Times Past"
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Issue

38
Spring
2011
Meg Everitt.
John Wharmby sums up Meg's great contribution to the museum.
Church recordings by Jane Paton.
Back to the future in Storrington by Julia Edge.
37
Winter
2010/2011
The Museum in Festive Mood.
Medicine as it used to be.
Obituaries - John Winning & Anne Rapley.
A Message from the Vice-Chair, Shaaron Collet.
Famous Residents No 10 - Hugh de Selincourt.
36
Summer
2010
Storrington Museum Re-opens.
A Message from our Chair, Meg Everitt.
The Washington Boundary.
Famous Residents No 10 - John Mason on Hugh MacDiarmid and the Grieves in Thakeham.
35
Spring
2010
A New Decade - On the Shoulders of Gaints.
The Story So Far.
Famous Residents No 10 - Elgar.
34
Winter
2009/10
From the Chair
Memories of the Pond School and Miss Yeats
Miss Yeats the traveller
33
Summer 2009
Tudor May Revels
Museums at Night
Famous Residents - Arnold Bax
George Tyrrell
32
Spring 2009
A Smell of Rotten Eggs
Graffiti at Parham Park
Officers Reports to AGM 2009

31
Winter 2008/9
A Tale of two Sisters and the Red Lion, Ashington.
More Hanging - Less Crime
30. Summer 08 The Horsham Hanging Fair.


Storrington & District Artists with Works in the Museum.


The Roman Villa at Wiggonholt.
29. Spring 08 "Sussex Born and Bred" True, False or Just Confusing?


One Farm - Three Generations - Two hundred years of continuous service.


John Charman - From Poorhouse to Paradise.
28. Winter 07/08 Queen Elizabeth (the first, of course) on tour!


William Alberry, Saddler, Musician and Sussex Historian.
27. Summer 07 The Iron Industry in Sussex - Its Rise & Fall


1884 - The Year Worthing Declined to be Saved
26. Spring 07 The Wilberforces in Sussex


Archeology in and around Storrington.
25. Winter 06/07 Victorian Harvest Home


Christ's Hospital: A Unique Sussex School


Storrington by M.D. Petre


Was 1066 Really All That Important?
24. Autumn 06 The "Cokelers" of Loxwood


The Village of Amberley
23. Spring 06 Amberley Church


St. Mary's Church, Storrington


Miss Yeats, a Very Special School Teacher.


Burpham's Failed Highwayman, Jack Upperton.
22. Winter 05/06 Storrington's Own Coinage


Arthur Mee's "Sussex" (Hodder and Stoughton)


The Notorious Election of 1847
21. Summer 05 Thakeham Union Workhouse


What Brought a Family from Oakville, Ontario to West Sussex?


Roundabout at War.
20. Spring 05 Restoring "Little Boltons", Church Street, Storrington.


Storrington Transport in Quieter Times
19. Winter 04-05 A Wedding at Steyning.


Maude Petre.


William Penn in Sussex.


Frank Knight.
18. Summer 04 Amberley Castle - Or is it? And why was it built?.


William Frankland. Explorer and Inventor.


Walter Potter - Taxidermist Extraordinary.
17. Spring 2004 Churches in the district.


History of a Storrington Farmhouse. (Also in Issue 18)


What's in a (Storrington) name?
16. Winter 03-04 Dr. Finlay and the Crusader's Tomb.


A rather sad day


Regina v. Storrington. When is a road not a road? (also in Issue 17)
15. Summer 03 The Mill that moved.


Storrington's Home Guard.
14. Spring 2003 The Old Bridge at Stopham.


A canal lost and found again.


The intriguing Mr. Wells.
13. Dec 2002 Charles Henry Frewer 1919-2002.


What's in a road name? - Monastery Lane.


Henry Bishop of Wiston.


William Penn and the Blue Idol.
12. Aug 2002 Storrington's vanished watermills.


The Meynells of Greatham. (also in Issue 13)


The Roman Invasion [Revisited].
11. April 2002 Florence Mary Greenfield, Dec. 1900 to Feb. 2002.


Storrington's Windmills.


Retained Fires Service Experiences - John Linfield.
10. Dec. 2001 The English Civil War - 1642-6.


Challen's Cycle and Motor Depot.


Storrington's Rectories.
9. Aug. 2001 A Museum of Family History.


Story of a Storrington Volunteer in WW 11.
8. May. 2001 Daisy and the Sad Poet.
7. Feb. 2001 Fryen Park - Storrington.


Three Graves in Storrington.
6. Nov. 2000 Storrington Military College.


Fl. Lt. C.R.Davis, DFC. Fighter Pilot.


A.F.Bell - "The Sullington Shepherd.
5. July. 2000 Who was the "sullington Shepherd"?.


J.W.Bramham - Local Artist.


Storrington's Rectories.
4. April. 2000 Jomo Kenyatta - Famous Wartime Resident.

 

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