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Surrey Heritage Certificate Ordering Service (quote required)

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Surrey History Centre Research Service Gift Voucher

£40.00
The price for a voucher for one hour's research is £40. Post free.  Vouchers can only be redeemed for the Research Service at Surrey History Centre.  Cash value of each voucher £0.01.  Research includes VAT, postage, administration, photocopies, transcription and printer copies, where relevant.  No fee will be refunded.  We are unable to accept research on rights of way, access and boundary disputes.
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Surrey History Trust Christmas cards

£5.00
The designs are the traveller family in the snow, c.1900; 'Bringing home the Tree', Christmas tree harvest at Goldsworth Nurseries, Woking, c.1930; young couple with dog enjoying the snow, c.1900; 'Carols round the Christmas Tree', photograph of children at Goldsworth Nurseries, Woking, c.1930, and 'The Banstead 'Steppes', shopping by sleigh during the snow, 26 January 1926.  Five packs of 5 cards of each design, price £5 in total, p&p extra
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Surrey History Trust membership

£15.00£500.00
Surrey History Trust supports the work of Surrey History Centre by funding the purchase of unique documents that come up for sale, buying much needed equipment and contributing to projects and events to spread the news that our heritage is of vital importance. Join the Trust today and help to protect and promote our county's rich history. Member benefits include: - reduced price tickets to a varied programme of talks and workshops with expert speakers at Surrey History Centre - a regular newsletter exploring Surrey's history and the work of the History Centre - the chance to become involved in volunteer projects and hands-on activities - opportunities to see behind the scenes in the History Centre - making a real contribution to safeguarding Surrey's irreplaceable archival heritage
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Surrey on Film DVD

£5.00
This fascinating compilation film, jointly produced by SASE and Surrey History Centre, traces community life in the county from peacetime through the trauma of two world wars and closes with the coronation celebrations of Queen Elizabeth II in 1953. Among the films included on the video are: a parade in Godalming, 1913 (one of the earliest surviving films of a Surrey town); Women war workers in Shackleford during the First World War; Reigate Borough Carnival, 1926; Empire Day at the Southern Railway Servant's Orphanage, Woking, 1933; George V Silver Jubilee celebrations in Walton on Thames and Hersham, 1935; The Emberton Family of Chobham, 1936 and 1938; Walton's March for Victory, 1941; The Surrey Land Club, c.1942; The Gowlland Family of Croydon, 1944-1945; Leatherhead and District Civil Defence, c.1946; and Horley Cricket Club Coronation Fete, 1953. Price £5, p&p extra
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Surrey or Spelthorne Ordnance Survey historical map

£7.50
Most of the Historical Ordnance Survey Old Series 25 inches to the mile maps in the Surrey History Centre search room have been scanned and are available on CD. The dates of the maps range from 1860 to 1947.  Digital images of single maps can be purchased for £7.50 each (£6.25 + VAT) and will be made available for download.  Please see our guide to identify the map number you would like to order. CDs of maps covering part of the county can be purchased individually for £24 (£20 + VAT).  Sets of 5 CDs of the whole county are also available for sale, price £78 (£65 + VAT), p&p extra
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Surrey Ordnance Survey historical maps 5 CDs set

£78.00
Most of the Historical Ordnance Survey Old Series 25 inches to the mile maps in the Surrey History Centre search room have been scanned and are available on a set of five CDs. The CDs come with a list of all the maps telling you which CD to look on and the number of the scan you need for the location you are interested in. The dates of the maps range from 1860 to 1947.  Sets of 5 CDs are available for sale, price £78 (£65 + VAT).  The CDs can also be purchased individually for £24 (£20 + VAT).  Digital images of single maps can be purchased for £7.50 each (£6.25 + VAT).  P&p extra For more information on the map coverage of the individual discs please see our guide.
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Surrey Ordnance Survey historical maps CD

£24.00
Most of the Historical Ordnance Survey Old Series 25 inches to the mile maps in the Surrey History Centre search room have been scanned and are available on CD. The CD comes with a list of the maps telling you the number of the scan you need for the location you are interested in. The dates of the maps range from 1860 to 1947.  The CDs can be purchased individually for £24 (£20 + VAT).  Sets of 5 CDs are also available for sale, price £78 (£65 + VAT).  Digital images of single maps can be purchased for £7.50 each (£6.25 + VAT).  P&p extra For more information on the map coverage of the individual discs please see our guide.
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Surrey Quarter Sessions 1780-1820 Name Index and Hearings Transcripts CD

£10.00
Our name index covers 54208 defendants (and aliases), accusers, victims and witnesses. The Hearings Transcripts combine information from the "Gaol Calendars" and "Process Books" giving details of the offence, prison, outcome of the case, committing magistrate, and the witnesses and victims involved in each case. They also indicate if "Examinations" (witness statements) survive and can be seen at Surrey History Centre. The disc runs in Adobe Acrobat version 6 and above. For further research by social historians, an MSAccess database file containing all the data is also included on the disc. Price £10, p&p extra
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Surrey railway archive DVD

£15.95
Silent DVD Region: all regions, 16:9 widescreen format Running time: 1 hour 40 minutes Price £15.95, p&p extra
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Surrey Record Society, Vol XL. The 1263 Surrey Eyre edited with an introduction by Susan Stewart, 2006.

£15.00
The Eyre, a judicial visitation by centrally appointed justices, was one of the chief instruments through which royal power was brought to bear in the localities and through which the people of the shires hope to find satisfaction and justice in their complaints and grievances against their neighbours and local officers. The 1263 Eyre, the third to be published by the Society, followed Henry III's reassertion of royal authority after the crisis that had erupted in 1258. The records of the Eyre, covering both civil and criminal pleas, throw considerable light on the life and government of the county and on crime and criminal justice in the middle ages. In her introduction, the editor pays particular attention to the role of women in the Eyre, as evidence for their legal and social status. Price £15 (Special price of £2 to Surrey Record Society members. Join here).  P&p extra
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Surrey Record Society, Vol XLI. Surrey Gaol and Session House, 1791-1824 ed. Christopher Chalklin, 2009

£10.00
In 1790, the Surrey justices determined to build a new county gaol and session house in Horsemonger Lane in Newington. Between 1791 and 1824, a group of trustees appointed from the justices, oversaw the construction of the new prison, session house and house of correction and the repayment of the mortgages of the county rates to cover cost. The new gaol opened in 1798, the house of correction in 1800. This volume includes a calendar of the two minute books and the account book of the trustees; together they are a rare survival in the detail they provide of the construction, furnishing and financing of a major public building of this period. Price £10 (Special price of £2 to Surrey Record Society members. Join here).  P&p extra
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Surrey Record Society, Vol XLIV. Warriors at Home, 1940-1942: Three Surrey Diarists, edited by Patricia and Robert Malcolmson, 2012

£25.00
World War II made a massive impact on life in Surrey. The diaries of Helen Lloyd of Albury and Viola Bawtree and Leonard Adamson of Sutton show its effects not only on the three diarists but on residents of rural and urban Surrey, including those, mainly from London, who found themselves in the county through a variety of voluntary and involuntary circumstances. Helen Lloyd's and Leonard Adamson's diaries also show the massive commitment of civilians in response to the demands of wartime, Helen Lloyd as Centre Organiser for Women's Voluntary Services in Guildford Rural District and Leonard Adamson as Air Raid Precautions Post Warden in Belmont. The diaries bring to life the impact of rationing, refugees, evacuees and, above all, the threat and actuality of bombing but also the reactions of the diarists and their friends, neighbours and relations to the challenging time in which they lived. Price £25 (Free to Surrey Record Society members. Join here).  P&p extra
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Surrey Record Society, Vol XLV. Royal Justice in Surrey, 1258-1269 ed. Susan Stewart, 2013

£25.00
Free to Surrey Record Society members. Price to non-members £25. The Eyre 'de terris datis' of 1268 was established in order to restore peace and rehabilitate those who had been implicated in the political disorder which had convulsed England up to and beyond Simon de Montfort's defeat at Evesham in 1265. The record of this eyre along with the Forest Regard Roll of c.1258 and the Forest Eyre roll of 1269 complement and extend the insights into the history of Surrey in the later years of Henry III provided by the Society's recent publications of 'The 1258-9 Special Eyre of Surrey and Kent' and 'The 1263 Surrey Eyre'. They throw considerable light on life in Surrey in an age of political tension and turmoil. In each case a transcription of the Latin of the original document is followed by a full English translation.
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Surrey Record Society, Vol XLV. Royal Justice in Surrey, 1258-1269, edited by Susan Stewart, 2013

£25.00
The Eyre 'de terris datis' of 1268 was established in order to restore peace and rehabilitate those who had been implicated in the political disorder which had convulsed England up to and beyond Simon de Montfort's defeat at Evesham in 1265. The record of this eyre along with the Forest Regard Roll of c.1258 and the Forest Eyre roll of 1269 complement and extend the insights into the history of Surrey in the later years of Henry III provided by the Society's recent publications of 'The 1258-9 Special Eyre of Surrey and Kent' and 'The 1263 Surrey Eyre'. They throw considerable light on life in Surrey in an age of political tension and turmoil. In each case a transcription of the Latin of the original document is followed by a full English translation. Price £25 (Free to Surrey Record Society members. Join here).  P&p extra
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