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WEALDEN IRON, Series 2 (1981 to date)

WEALDEN IRON is a Bulletin of research published annually by WIRG. The index to Series 1 (1969 to 1980) is HERE

An alphabetical author list (Excel spreadsheet), for Series 1 and 2, can be found HERE

Series 2 (1981 to date)
The contents of the volumes in Series 2 are listed below.

1982   :   1983   :   1984   :   1985   :   1986   :   1987   :   1988   :   1989   :   1990   :   1991   :   1992   :   1993   :   1994   :   1995   :   1996   :   1997   :   1998   :   1999   :   2000   :   2001   :   2002   :   2003   :   2004   :   2005   :   2006   :   2007   :   2008   :   2009   :   2010   :   2011   :   2012   :   2013

Wealden Iron, 2nd series, 1 (1981)
Scheduled Ancient Monuments
The Vachery Ironworks
The Penhurst-Ashburnham leat
Sources in the Public Record Office for the history of the Wealden iron industry: Part 2
A metallurgical site near King's Standing Farm, Ashdown Forest
Some extracts from the Sussex Weekly Advertiser, 1772-5
Catsfield Furnace - a new discovery
Ashdown Forest (Millbrook) Saxon bloomery
Field Group Reports:
Water Powered Sites
Knole Park
Ardingly Furnace
Pashley Furnace, Ticehurst
Maynards Gate Forge, Rotherfield
Newly-discovered Bloomery Sites
Ashdown Forest
Chiddingly
Heathfield
Wilderness Wood, Hadlow Down
Explorations and brief notes:
Chiddingly
Heathfield
Runham Farm, Lenham, Kent
Iron Graveslabs with incised lettering
The Fullers and Carron
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Wealden Iron, 2nd series, 2 (1982)
The Chronicle Award
Field Notes:
Furnace Wood, Buxted
Sharpsbridge, Fletching
Wilderness Wood, Hadlow Down
Crump Corner, Little Horsted
Wadhurst
Brambletye Forge
Darwell Revisited
New Light on Pippingford Steel Forge
Mayfield Forge
Mayfield Boring Mill
Mayfield Furnace revisited
Field Group Notes:
Maresfield and Uckfield Bypass Forays
Tugmore Shaw, Hartfield
Thundersbarrow Hill
WIRG Slag Collection
References in recent publications
Oldlands Roman Bloomery
Minepit Surveys
Sources in the Public Record Office for the history of the Wealden iron industry: Part 3
The Sussex Weekly Advertiser - Some Extracts
Income and Production at Heathfield Ironworks 1693-1788
Index to Bulletin XIII to XVII (First Series)
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Wealden Iron, 2nd series, 3 (1983)
Field Notes:
Roffey Medieval Bloomery
Park Farm, Mayfield
Warbleton
Two forays in the West Hoathly/Ardingly area
A Bloomery in the Charlwood area
Sheffield Forge - new developments
Inventory of the ironworks at Hamsell in 1708
The recovered Courthope Manuscripts: Transcriptions
Richard Maynard - yeoman and ironmaster
Sources in the Public Record Office for the history of the Wealden iron industry: Part 4
Iron Pans used in the making of salt in the sixteenth century
How Oldlands Roman bloomery was really discovered
Bassetts blast furnace
Excavations at Great Cansiron Farm, Hartfield
Incised lettering on graveslabs
Pippingford Blast Furnace Trust
Notes on publications
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Wealden Iron, 2nd series, 4 (1984)
Field Notes:
Charcoal burner's hut (?)
Bloomery site near Garden Hill
Hartfield
Roman ironworking at Runham Farm. Lenham, Kent
Cast iron plates from Burwash
A late Roman gold coin from High Hurstwood, East Sussex
West End furnace, Chiddingfold, Surrey
Birchenbridge Forge - a new site identified
Hawksden Forge ironmaster's house
Aliens in the ironworking areas of the Weald: The Subsidy Rolls 1524-1603
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Wealden Iron, 2nd series, 5 (1985)
Field Notes:
Brickhurst Stream, Old Place Farm, Mayfield
Blackfold Furnace, Handcross
Coushopley Furnace
Old Manor, Horam
Lurgashall, Sussex
Pophole,Surrey/Hampshire
Rackwell Gill, Crowhurst, Sussex
A Romano-British ironworking site at Crawley Down, Worth, Sussex
The introduction and early spread of the blast furnace in Europe
Further excavations at Great Cansiron Farm, Hartfield, East Sussex
References to ironworks in records at the Sussex Record Offices
Review: H. Cleere, 'The Organisation of the Iron Industry in the Western Roman Provinces in the Early Empire, with Special Reference to Britain', Offa, 40 (1983)
Index to Second Series Nos. 1-5 (1981-5)
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Wealden Iron, 2nd series, 6 (1986)
Obituary - Charles Frederick Tebbutt (1900-1985)
Field Notes:
A Bloomery at Horsted Keynes
Roffey Medieval Bloomery
Fernhurst Furnace
A Proof Bank at Beech Mill Furnace, Battle
A Bloomery at Bramshott, Hampshire
The 1574 lists of ironworks in the Weald. A re-examination
Standford Furnace, Bramshott, Hampshire. A case of mistaken identity
Richard and Joan Isted, Ironmasters
Rowfant Supra Forge
Three Sites in the Tudeley area, near Tonbridge, Kent
Two Radio-Carbon Dates for Minepits at Sharpthorne Brickworks
Roman Minepits
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Wealden Iron, 2nd series, 7 (1987)
Field Notes:
Owlsbury Farm, Rotherfield, Sussex
A bloomery at Broomfield, Kent
Minepits at West Hoathly Brickworks, Sharpthorne, Sussex
The eighteenth-century revival of Howbourne Forge, Buxted
Drew Barantyn
Tugmore Shaw
Footlands ironworking site, Sedlescombe
The impact on the Weald of boring cannon from the solid
Iron ore extraction - an eighteenth century example
Index to the gazetteer of water-powered sites in The Iron Industry of the Weald
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Wealden Iron, 2nd series, 8 (1988)
Field Notes:
Chitcombe Romano-British Ironworks, Brede, Sussex
Owlsbury Farm, Rotherfield
Ridge Hill Romano-British Bloomery, East Grinstead
A Bloomery at Danehill, Sussex
Leather Shoes from Footland Farm
Further Notes on Footlands
A Bloomery at Crawley, Sussex
Pen Ponds at Cuckfield
A Bloomery Furnace at Fairlight, Sussex
Pre-Industrial Revolution Cast Iron Graveslabs
Langles Furnace and Forge - Site Survey 1986/7
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Wealden Iron, 2nd series, 9 (1989)
Field Notes:
A Probable Medieval Ironworking Site in Crawley, Sussex
Cocking Foundry
Bardown Romano-British ironworking site
An Area Devoid of Bloomery Furnace Sites
A Bloomery at Smarden, Kent
Addition to Catalogue of Iron Graveslabs
Blackwater Green, Crawley
St Leonards Lower Forge and Furnace Site Survey
A Furnace at Ewhurst
A Method of De-rusting of Archaeological Iron Artefacts
William Clutton - Ironmaster
A New Forgemaster, William Bassett
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Wealden Iron, 2nd series, 10 (1990)
Field Notes:
Courtlands Farm Bloomary, West Hoathly, Sussex
A Bloomery at Upper Parrock
A Bloomery in Crawley
A Bloomery at Newick, Sussex
A Medieval Bloomery at Tidebrook, Mayfield, Sussex
Heathfield Furnace Site Survey
The Indirect Process in the Pays de Bray
Geology and Iron Ore in the Pays de Bray
Gazetteer of Furnaces and Forges in the Pays de Bray, France
Index to Second Series Nos. 6-10 (1986-1990)
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Wealden Iron, 2nd series, 11 (1991)
Field Notes:
Beauport Park Romano-British Ironworks, Battle, Sussex
A bloomery at Speldhurst, Kent
Three bloomeries at Parrock, Hartfield, Sussex
A Romano-British bloomery at Horam, Sussex
Medieval ironworking at Reigate, Surrey
Slag used as hard-core
Medieval ironworking at Alfold, Surrey
Cuckfield furnace site survey
Two Wealden wrought iron hammers
Henry VII's first attempt to exploit iron in Ashdown Forest
English cast-iron ordnance of 1564
Reconstruction of a Wealden gun-casting furnace
Ironworking sites in the Haslemere area
Review: The Fuller Letters
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Wealden Iron, 2nd series, 12 (1992)
Field Notes:
Cowden Lower furnace
London-Lewes Roman road
Fore Wood bloomery, Battle, East Sussex
A Romano-British bloomery at Danehill, East Sussex
A bloomery near Battle, East Sussex
Sturt Hammer, Haslemere, Surrey
Milland furnace, Milland, West Sussex
A bloomery in Fletching, East Sussex
Wealden cannon on a Dutch East Indiaman
Warren furnace, Worth, Sussex
Iron Plat, Buxted, Sussex - furnace and forge site survey
Mount Noddy: Wealden iron or Wealden irony
Wealden iron in California - the Huntington Library, San Marino, California
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Wealden Iron, 2nd series, 13 (1993)
Field Notes:
A bloomery at Greyshott, Surrey
A bloomery at Beckley, East Sussex
Two bloomeries in Lingfield, Surrey
Cinderhill bloomery, Leigh, Kent
Fore Wood bloomery, Crowhurst, East Sussex
Henly (Lower) furnace, Wadhurst
Henly Upper furnace
Notes on Kent furnaces
Foray to Matfield, Kent
London-Lewes Roman road
Notes on Wealden Furnaces - Board of Ordnance records 1660-1700
Three forays - Upper Stonehurst Farm bloomery site, Surrey
Two ironworking sites, Hoathly, near Lamberhurst
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Wealden Iron, 2nd series, 14 (1994)
Field Notes:
Badsell Park Farm, Brenchley, Kent
Bloomery slag in Wivelsfield, East Sussex
Buttons, Wadhurst, East Sussex
Possible bloomery site in the upper Rother valley
London-Lewes Roman road - part 3
The possible use of coke for smelting iron in the Weald
The Mayfield cannon - a reappraisal
Contemporary illustrations of Wealden furnaces
Further additions to the catalogue of early Wealden iron graveslabs
Millplace and Gravetye furnaces
Wealden ironmasters and the Board of Ordnance after 1770
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Wealden Iron, 2nd series, 15 (1995)
Field Notes:
Medieval bloomery slag at Crawley, Sussex
A possible medieval bloomery at Southwater, Sussex
A bloomery at Lyminge, Kent
Great Cansiron Romano-British ironworks, Forest Row, Sussex
Notes on Early 18th-century Memoranda on the making of iron
A bloomery in Hartfield, Sussex
Ordnance recommended to arm defensive earthworks proposed for the Sussex coast in 1587
Cinderhill, Leigh, Kent
Notes on Early 18th-century Memoranda on the making of iron
Fourth foray on the London-Lewes Roman road
Final foray on the London-Lewes Roman road
Index to 2nd series Nos. 11-15
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Wealden Iron, 2nd series, 16 (1996)
Field Notes:
A bloomery at Outwood, Horne, Surrey
Further evidence of medieval iron working in Crawley, Sussex
A bloomery in Dallington, Sussex
A bloomery in Mayfield, Sussex
Rowfant Supra forge, Worth, Sussex
Crown Hill, Wye, Kent
Wassell forge, Kirdford, Sussex
Fourteenth century ironworks in Wartling Manor
A Wealden steel-making patent
Oldlands furnace, Marshalls and the Nutt family
Three notes on ironworking sites in Kent
'Dutch' labourers at Salehurst in 1566-1568
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Wealden Iron, 2nd series, 17 (1997)
Field Notes:
A bloomery at Forest Row, Sussex
Bloomery slag at Peasmarsh, Sussex
Two Romano-British bloomeries at Heathfield, Sussex
A bloomery at Waldron, Sussex
A bloomery at Hartfield, Sussex
Wilderness Wood, Hadlow Down, Sussex
Saxon iron working at Hassocks, Keymer, Sussex
Medieval iron working in Crawley, Sussex - further evidence
Burgh Wood forge, Etchingham, Sussex
Romano-British iron working at Burgess Hill, Sussex
Further finds of bloomery slag at Outwood, Burstow, Surrey
Ebernoe furnace - site survey
Forges in the late eighteenth century Weald
A reconstruction of a Wealden conversion forge and boring mill
Burgh Wood forge, Etchingham
The supply of raw materials to the Heathfield ironworks
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Wealden Iron, 2nd series, 18 (1998)
Field Notes:
Further bloomeries at Peasmarsh, Sussex
Possible medieval iron working in Burstow, Surrey
Two bloomeries in Maresfield, Sussex
Two Romano-British bloomeries at Hadlow Down, Sussex
A late-Iron Age bloomery at Waldron, Sussex
A bloomery at Newenden, Kent
A bloomery at Sutton Valance, Kent
Medieval bloomery slag at Loxwood, Surrey
Two medieval iron-working hearths at Crawley, Sussex
The Domesday ferraria
Bloomery slag at Heathfield, Sussex
Stumbleholm bloomery, Ifield, Sussex
The Tudeley Ironworks Accounts
Hawksden forge, Mayfield, and the Sands family
'Brass' casting at a Kent furnace
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Wealden Iron, 2nd series, 19 (1999)
Field Notes:
The Domesday ferraria
A Romano-British Bloomery at Heathfield, Sussex
A bloomery at Bletchingley, Surrey
The Wealden Iron Research Group Experimental Bloomery Furnace
Vachery Forge and Furnace, Cranleigh, Surrey
Frith Furnace, Northchapel - Site Survey 1999
Notes from the Board of Ordnance Papers 1705-1720
Swedenborg's Description of English Iron-making
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Wealden Iron, 2nd series, 20 (2000)
Field Notes:
Two Romano-British bloomeries at Waldron, East Sussex
A bloomery at Nutfield, Surrey
A Romano-British bloomery at High Hurstwood, Buxted, East Sussex
A bloomery at Egerton, Kent
A bloomery at Pluckley, Kent
Two bloomeries in Forest Row, East Sussex
A bloomery in West Hoathly, West Sussex
Medieval iron working at Mersham, Kent
Roman road at Shortbridge, East Sussex
A bloomery furnace at Forest Row, East Sussex
Three bloomeries at Blackham, Withyham, East Sussex
Cinderfield, Ightham, Kent
An unusual type of slag at Heathfield
Two bloomeries near Bletchingley, Surrey
A gazetteer of medieval iron-making sites in the Weald
Iridge Furnace, Hurst Green
Notes from the Office of the Ordnance: the 1650s
Index to Wealden Iron, Second series, 16--20 (1996-2000)
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Wealden Iron, 2nd series, 21 (2001)
Field Notes:
A Romano-British bloomery in Maresfield East Sussex
An Iron Age/Romano-British iron forging site at Ford, West Sussex
Bloomeries in East Hoathly, East Sussex
Oaklands Romano-British ironworking site, Westfield, East Sussex
Mill Place furnace, East Grinstead, West Sussex
Corrigenda and Addendum
Iron-working Sites in the Weald of Kent
Extracts from the Debenture Books of the Office of Ordnance, 1593-1610
Wealden Ironmasters in the Midlands
The Sussex Weekly Advertiser - further extracts relating to the iron industry
Mortars cast for Gibraltar
Index to Wealden Iron, Second series, 21 (2001)
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Wealden Iron, 2nd series, 22 (2002)
Field Notes:
A bloomery in Beckley, East Sussex
A bloomery in Brightling, East Sussex
Two bloomeries in Burwash, East Sussex
A bloomery in Kirdford, West Sussex
Four bloomeries in Hartfield, East Sussex
A Romano-British ore-roasting pit in Beckley, East Sussex
Two possible medieval bloomery sites in Alfold, Surrey
Iron Plat, Queenstock hammer pond and a 15th century ironworking site at Buxted
Re-dating an early document
More additions to the catalogue of early Wealden graveslabs
The Penkhurst family of ironmasters
Bar iron production in the Weald in the early 18th century
Factors of production in mid-18th century Wealden iron smelting
Index to Wealden Iron, Second series, 22 (2002)
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Wealden Iron, 2nd series, 23 (2003)
Field Notes:
Stumbleholm Bloomery, Ifield, West Sussex
Park Wood, Burwash, East Sussex
Two bloomery sites in Mayfield, East Sussex
A bloomery in Heathfield, East Sussex
A medieval bloomery in Ticehurst, East Sussex
A blast furnace at Netherfield, Battle, East Sussex: a new water-powered site identified
A bloomery site in Crawley, West Sussex
Iron Plat furnace and forge, Buxted, East Sussex
The Excavation of a First-Century Ironworks at Turners Green, Sussex, 1968-70
Crookford Furnace: not Cotchford but Worth
"John Trew is an Able Man"
Scrag Oak (Snape) Furnace
Index to Wealden Iron, Second series, 23 (2003)
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Wealden Iron, 2nd series, 24 (2004)
Field Notes:
A bloomery in Battle, East Sussex
A bloomery in Rotherfield, East Sussex
Two bloomeries in Heathfield, East Sussex
Bloomery slag in Netherfield, East Sussex
Two bloomeries in Ticehurst, East Sussex
An Iron Age bloomery in Forest Row, East Sussex
A Romano-British domed bloomery furnace in Mayfield, East Sussex
Ironworks in late-16th century Kent
The Ordnance Records: Thomas Browne
Index to Wealden Iron, Second series, 24 (2004)
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Wealden Iron, 2nd series, 25 (2005)
Field Notes:
A bloomery in Peasmarsh, East Sussex
Romano-British site at North Chailey, East Sussex
Ashburnham Forge, East Sussex
In search of Bournemill furnace, Kent
In search of Iping furnace, West Sussex
Two bloomery sites in Maresfield, East Sussex
Bloomery slag in Mayfield, East Sussex
Early Kent ironworking sites
Bungehurst furnace, Heathfield - site survey
Warbleton Priory furnace
Charcoal production in woodland around the blast furnace at Darwell in East Sussex
John Browne, gunfounder to the Stuarts
Mr Littleton, supplier of ordnance material
Index to Wealden Iron, Second series, 25 (2005)
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Wealden Iron, 2nd series, 26 (2006)
Field Notes:
A possible Middle Iron Age bloomery in Hartfield
A Roman-British bloomery in Maresfield
A Late Iron Age bloomery in Maresfield
A bloomery site in Maresfield
Minepits in Milland, West Sussex
A bloomery site in Hartfield, East Sussex
A bloomery site in Rotherfield, East Sussex
Stephen Aynscombe and the Earl of Gondomar
The construction of a Wealden blast furnace
John Browne Gunfounder to the Stuarts; Part 2: bronze and iron guns 1630-45
Index to Wealden Iron, Second series, 26 (2006)
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Wealden Iron, 2nd series, 27 (2007)
Field Notes:
A Bloomery site in Rotherfield, East Sussex
A Romano-British Bloomery site in Maresfield, East Sussex
Three Bloomery sites in Fletching, East Sussex
Two Bloomery sites in Brightling, East Sussex
Telegraph Mill bloomery site, Icklesham, East Sussex
An experiment to test alternative conjectures about the covers of ore-roasting pits
Richard Woodman - ironmaster and martyr
A godly chimney plate and other firebacks from Brede
Index to Wealden Iron, 2nd Series, 27 (2007)
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Wealden Iron, 2nd series, 28 (2008)
Field Notes:
Ashdown Forest Iron Sites - updated locations
A bloomery in Battle, East Sussex
A bloomery in Ashburnham, East Sussex
A bloomery in Catsfield, East Sussex
Two bloomeries in Hartfield, East Sussex
A bloomery in Beckley, East Sussex
A bloomery site in Brede, East Sussex
Two bloomery sites in Heathfield & Waldron, East Sussex
A bloomery in Danehill, East Sussex
Iron Smelting in Kamalia
Thirteenth-century Ploughshares
Three Examples of Blast Furnace Dross
Two Additions to the Catalogue of Early Cast-iron Graveslabs
John Browne, Gunfounder to the Stuarts - Part 3
Index to Wealden Iron, 2nd series, 28 (2008)
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Wealden Iron, 2nd series, 29 (2009)
Field Notes:
A bloomery in Sedlescombe, East Sussex
Shorewell bloomery, Hadlow Down, East Sussex - revised location
Two bloomery sites in Buxted, East Sussex
A bloomery site in Warbleton, East Sussex
Chantler's Farm medieval bloomery site, Hartfield, East Sussex
Roman iron-working slag at Wittersham, Kent
Two bloomery sites in Benenden, Kent
Recent Fieldwork at Smarden, Kent
Bloomery Slag from Newark Priory, Ripley, Surrey
The Legas-Remnant Letters
Index to Wealden Iron, 2nd series, 29 (2009)
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Wealden Iron, 2nd series, 30 (2010)
Field Notes:
A bloomery in Dallington, East Sussex
Two bloomeries in Beckley, East Sussex
A bloomery in Forest Row, East Sussex
A bloomery site in Heathfield, East Sussex
A bloomery site in Warbleton, East Sussex
A bloomery in Wadhurst, East Sussex
A bloomery site in Wadhurst, East Sussex
A bloomery in Brightling, East Sussex
A bloomery in Ticehurst, East Sussex
A possible Saxon bloomery in Hartfield, East Sussex
Documentary and literary evidence relating to Burwash Forge and Wynhamford Mill, East Sussex
Pot founders at Wealden Iron Works
Addition to the catalogue of early iron graveslabs
Some operating characteristics of Wealden Iron industry waterwheels, bellows and tuyeres
Index to Wealden Iron, 2nd series, 30 (2010)
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Wealden Iron, 2nd series, 31 (2011)
Field Notes:
Two Bloomery sites in Hadlow Down, East Sussex
A Bloomery site in Mountfield, East Sussex
Toll Wood Bloomery, Battle, East Sussex - a correction
A Bloomery site in Hartfield, east Sussex
A Bloomery site in Benenden, Kent
A Bloomery site in Brede, East Sussex
A Bloomery in Brightling, East Sussex
The Wealden 'Double Tuyere'
A Contemporary Illustration of a Sixteenth-Century Ironworks
Witley Park Furnace, Witley, Surrey
The Landscape of Witley Park Furnace Site
Anthony Fowle, Wealden Ironmaster and Lawyer
Index to Wealden Iron, Second series, 31 (2011)
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Wealden Iron, 2nd series, 32 (2012)
A bloomery site in Burwash, East Sussex
Crowhurst Forge, Surrey - a new site identified
Notices of Wealden ironworks in early English newspapers
The location of Etchingham Forge
Modelling business performance of a mid 18th-century cannon manufacturer
Index to Wealden Iron, Second series, 32 (2012)

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Wealden Iron, 2nd series, 33 (2013)
Field Notes:
A bloomery site in Danehill, East Sussex
A probable late second-century bloomery in Stone-cum-Ebony, Kent
Further investigations in the Dudwell Valley
Archaeological investigations on a pre-Roman Iron Age site at Whitepost Wood, nr. Holtye, Hartfield, East Sussex
Some operating characteristics of Wealden iron-industry waterwheels, bellows and tuyeres - addendum
St Leonard’s Forest minepits
A Pope family fireback
Hothfield Forge, Kent – a new water-powered site
Estimating 18th-century cannon boring times, costs and throughputs
Issues, emotions and achievements – managers and agents of a mid 18th-century cannon manufacturer
Index to Wealden Iron, Second series, 33 (2013)

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