WIRG Bulletin Series 2

WEALDEN IRON is a Bulletin of research published annually by WIRG. Many of these volumes are now out of print and difficult to obtain; the contents of each volume are listed below.

The Contents of Series 1 (1969 to 1980) are available here


Series 2 (1981 to date)

Wealden Iron, 2nd series, 1 (1981) pdf download

    • 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

Wealden Iron, 2nd series, 2 (1982) pdf download

    • 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

Wealden Iron, 2nd series, 3 (1983) pdf download

    • 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

Wealden Iron, 2nd series, 4 (1984) pdf download

    • 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

Wealden Iron, 2nd series, 5 (1985) pdf download

    • 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 Wealden Iron, Second Series Nos. 1-5 (1981-5)

Wealden Iron, 2nd series, 6 (1986) pdf download

    • 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

Wealden Iron, 2nd series, 7 (1987) pdf download

    • 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

Wealden Iron, 2nd series, 8 (1988) pdf download

    • 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

Wealden Iron, 2nd series, 9 (1989) pdf download

    • 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

Wealden Iron, 2nd series, 10 (1990) pdf download

    • 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 Wealden Iron, Second Series Nos. 6-10 (1986-1990)

Wealden Iron, 2nd series, 11 (1991) pdf download

    • 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

Wealden Iron, 2nd series, 12 (1992) pdf download

    • 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

Wealden Iron, 2nd series, 13 (1993) pdf download

    • 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

Wealden Iron, 2nd series, 14 (1994) pdf download

    • 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

Wealden Iron, 2nd series, 15 (1995) pdf download

    • 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 Wealden Iron, 2nd series Nos. 11-15

Wealden Iron, 2nd series, 16 (1996) pdf download

    • 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

Wealden Iron, 2nd series, 17 (1997) pdf download

    • Field Notes:
      • A bloomery at Forest Row, SussexBloomery 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

Wealden Iron, 2nd series, 18 (1998) pdf download

    • 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

Wealden Iron, 2nd series, 19 (1999) pdf download

    • 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

Wealden Iron, 2nd series, 20 (2000) pdf download

    • 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)

Wealden Iron, 2nd series, 21 (2001) pdf download

    • 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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    • 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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    • 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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    • 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)

Wealden Iron, 2nd series, 25 (2005) pdf download

    • 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)

Wealden Iron, 2nd series, 26 (2006) pdf download

    • 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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    • 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)

Wealden Iron, 2nd series, 28 (2008) pdf download

    • 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)

Wealden Iron, 2nd series, 29 (2009) pdf download

    • 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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    • 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)

Wealden Iron, 2nd series, 31 (2011) pdf download

    • 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)

Wealden Iron, 2nd series, 32 (2012) pdf download

    • 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)

Wealden Iron, 2nd series, 33 (2013) pdf download

    • 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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    • Field Notes:
      • Huntsbank and Hooks Woods, Hadlow Down, East Sussex
      • Forewood, Crowhurst, East Sussex
    • A view of experimental smelting practices and an interpretation of some of the underpinning theories
    • Wealden ores and smelting potentials to produce a bloom – a note
    • Exploring historical calcining effectiveness for Wealden ores
    • The iron memorial in St Michael’s Church, East Peckham, Kent – a correction
    • Personnel at St Leonard’s Forest ironworks 1587-8
    • Cowden furnaces in the late-16th century – some further comments
    • Biddenden Hammer Mill: site survey
    • Errata: Wealden Iron, 2nd ser. 33 (2013), 45. 69
    • Index to Wealden Iron, Second series, 34 (2014)

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    • Field Notes:
      • A bloomery site in Ticehurst, East Sussex
      • A Middle Iron Age bloomery in Southborough, Kent
      • Bloomery furnaces in Crawley, West Sussex
      • Fernhurst Furnace dendrochronology
      • A Late-Iron Age/Romano-British bloomery at Catsfield, East Sussex
      • Bloomery sites in Waldron and Chiddingly, East Sussex
      • Ore finds at sites and locations in Outwood, Surrey
    • Exploring how ore bloom potential and other factors influence iron yields
    • Genesis of bloomery iron – a note
    • Wealden iron, heretics and martyrs in Marian Sussex
    • A bloomforge in Frant – the case of Marriott’s Croft
    • ‘Kinians’ Forge – a suggested identification
    • Thursley Upper Hammer Pond
    • Fuller’s description – not a Wealden blast furnace
    • Index to Wealden Iron, Second series, 35 (2015)

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    • Field Notes:
      • Brokes Wood Middle Iron Age bloomery, Southborough, Kent
      • Two bloomeries in Gilly Wood, Brede, East Sussex
      • A bloomery and iron ore workings in Hawkhurst Common Wood, Waldron, East Sussex
      • A multi-period ironworking site in Withyham, East Sussex
      • A Middle Iron Age bloomery in Lindfield Rural parish, West Sussex
      • East Lymden Furnace – a reinterpretation
    • Henly and Riverhall Ironworks
    • The location of Mayfield Finery Forge
    • Stream Forge, Furnace and Boring Mill, Chiddingly
    • Early Newspapers: Further references to the iron trade
    • The Prickett family and Wealden iron
    • Index to Wealden Iron, Second series, 36 (2016) Part I

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    • Excavation of an iron-working site at Scott’s Hollow, Salehurst, East Sussex – an interim report
    • Effects of furnace clay losses on bloom yields
    • Smelting processes influences on bloomery iron yields
    • Index to Wealden Iron, Second series, 36 (2016) Part II

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    • Mine Pits in Brede
    • Wealden siderite: determining activation energy and smelting time
    • The introduction of a blast of air into early furnaces
    • Exploring bloomery smelting dynamics and iron formation
    • ‘The location of Mayfield finery forge’: a critique and an alternative view
    • New finds at Horsmonden Furnace
    • The St Leonard’s Forest ironworks: two previously unrecorded leases
    • Index to Wealden Iron, 2nd series, 37 (2017)

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    • David Wyatt Crossley
    • Field Notes:
      • A bloomery site in Mountfield, East Sussex
      • Bloomery smelting slag in High Street, Crawley, West Sussex
      • Probable iron ore extraction in Sedlescombe, East Sussex
    • Iron-working gods and the Wealden iron industry
    • The Old Sow Track: The journey of the iron from Panningridge Furnace to Robertsbridge Forge in Tudor times
    • St Paul’s Cathedral railings
    • Index to Wealden Iron, 2nd series, 37 (2017)

Wealden Iron, 2nd series, 39 (2019)

    • Henry Forester Cleere
    • Field Notes:
      • A bloomery site in Capel, Kent
      • Further evidence of Romano-British occupation and iron working in North Chailey
      • Bloomeries in Newick Wood, Heathfield, East Sussex
    • Excavation of a probable ironworking site in Busbridge, Surrey, by the late George Inwood
    • Chiddingstone Furnace and Forge
    • A duplicate iron graveslab
    • A projected lease of Ashburnham Furnace
    • Ashburnham Furnace: the final blow
    • Corrigenda
    • Index to Wealden Iron, 2nd series, 38 (2018)