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Ashtead – Hassell Images

August 8, 201312:43 pmLeave a Comment

The images below are part of a collection of Hassell watercolours held at the Surrey History Centre. High quality copies of these and other images from the collection are available for purchase from Surrey History Centre. Find out more details on the Surrey History Centre website. Click on one of the small pictures below to […]

Ashtead

July 4, 20072:27 pmLeave a Comment

Many Roman remains have been found in Ashtead, located between Epsom and Leatherhead, and even the church includes some Roman building material. The Roman villa on Ashtead Common was excavated in 1924-1929 by A.W.G. Lowther. The site is a rare type of corridor villa, with bathhouse and associated site for making tiles. It is now […]

Surrey Celebrates Victory in Europe

May 6, 20151:40 pmLeave a Comment

Across Surrey, as elsewhere in Britain, the end of war in Europe in 1945 was marked with an abundance of festivities and commemorations. The capital was awash with people partying into the early hours of the morning; the Surrey Mirror, 11 May 1945, reported that “large contingents of people from Redhill and Reigate travelled on […]

5th April: Annual Symposium – ‘Education In Surrey’

March 4, 20149:34 amLeave a Comment

LOCAL HISTORY COMMITTEE OF SURREY ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY The Ashtead Peace Memorial Hall, Ashtead, Surrey, KT21 2BE. The Local History Committee Annual Symposium theme this year is ‘Education in Surrey’. There will be a full and varied programme with some excellent speakers which will be of great interest to local historians across the county. The cost […]

Slave Plantations with Surrey connections

September 26, 201310:37 amLeave a Comment

In general, absentee owners like Henry Goulburn of Betchworth, near Dorking, would have trouble controlling their slaves and resolving a regular crisis like the outbreak of illness on a plantation in the West Indies. Meanwhile, Thomas John Parker, another Surrey man with property at Canbury House in Kingston, actually resided at his plantation until he […]

A to Z

November 7, 20121:22 pm

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z A Abinger Abinger: From the archives… Addlestone: Princess Mary’s Village Homes – A Personal History Albury Alfold Artington: Braboeuf Manor and Gardens Ash Ashtead Ashtead: 1st and 2nd century […]

8. Medieval

March 19, 201212:10 pmLeave a Comment

1066 – 1485 In 1066 William the Conqueror invaded England and defeated the Saxon king Harold at the battle of Hastings. He then led his army around London, marching through Kent, Surrey and Berkshire, causing great damage to the property of anyone who tried to resist. Once he crowned himself king of England, William started […]

3. Nineteenth century

March 19, 201212:10 pmLeave a Comment

1800-1899 The Impact of Industry By the beginning of the nineteenth century the number of factories in Surrey was increasing. The rapid expansion of towns like Guildford and improvements in transportation throughout the century finally brought Surrey’s farming role to an end. The county became a prosperous one, attracting rich businessmen who built their ‘country’ […]

Woking Borough’s First World War Memorials

October 20, 20094:44 amLeave a Comment

During the First World War, over 760 people who either lived or worked within the boundaries of the modern Borough of Woking lost their lives due to enemy action. This exhibition looks at the various memorials found throughout the district. From small individual plaques to large memorials, many of the fallen are commemorated on a […]

[Ashtead Park]

Identifier: PC/9/50 · Date: n.d. [c.20th c.] · Author: Surrey History Centre Illustrations

Ashtead, Ashtead Park - view of the headmaster's house

The Bridge, Ashtead Park

Identifier: PC/9/29 · Date: [1950s] · Author: Surrey History Centre Illustrations

Ashtead Park, the bridge

John Hislop Of Ashtead Park, Ashtead: Receipt Book And Letters

Identifier: 7282 · Date: 1824-1856 · Author: Surrey History Centre Collections Catalogue

West Lodge, Ashtead Park

Identifier: PX/9/10 · Date: c.1910 · Author: Surrey History Centre Illustrations

Ashtead, Ashtead Park - view of West Lodge

Ashtead Park (City of London Freeman’s School)

Identifier: 8511/9/14 · Date: 1968 · Author: Surrey History Centre Illustrations

Ashtead - view of Ashtead Park (28490)

Ashtead Park Estate

Identifier: 3673/1/ · Date: 1924 · Author: Surrey History Centre Collections Catalogue

Ashtead Park

Identifier: 6316/4866 · Date: 1916 · Author: Surrey History Centre Francis Frith Photographs

Mansion from the park
Alphanumeric number: A72

Ashtead Park

Identifier: 6316/4860 · Date: 1890 · Author: Surrey History Centre Francis Frith Photographs

Mansion and park
Alphanumeric number: A72

Ashtead, Ashtead Park House (City of London Freemen’s School) – exterior view of Ashtead Park House. (1790) [Related file : 32/8/459].

Identifier: CC1101/3/9/12 · Date: April 1951 · Author: Surrey History Centre Illustrations

Historic Buildings and Antiquities of Surrey

Ashtead, Ashtead Park House (City of London Freemen’s School) – exterior view of Ashtead Park House. (1790) [Related file : 32/8/459].

Identifier: CC1101/3/9/13 · Date: April 1951 · Author: Surrey History Centre Illustrations

Historic Buildings and Antiquities of Surrey