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Send & Ripley Index

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A Air Training Corps, Send 181/8 Click here
A Air Raid shelter, concrete installed at museum 182/15 Click here
A Anchor, Ripley barometer present to Harriet Dibble 183/13 Click here
A Andrews, Jill tennis coach 185/3 Click here
A Anchor, Ripley photo c1885 187/1, 2
A Allworks tea-rooms 187/3
A Ashford, Ruth Emmeline Prews Purrock 189/11
A Albroke, Robert 189/7, 10
A Ashford, John Butler tanner of Send 189/7, 11
A Andrews, Arthur 190/15
A Angel, Norman & Mary former owners of Sendholme 190/15
A Anthony Welling Antiques closure of 190/15
A Avonmor Kennels closure of 190/15
A Ashford, Henry Samuel owner of Send Tannery 190/2
A Ashford, Samuel Henry James owner of Send Tannery 190/2
A Air Raid shelter at Sendholme 190/3
A Astolat Co. of Peasmarsh, Guildford 190/4
A Arthur, Desmond, Josephine & Tommy of Stipertsones, Tuckey Grove 191/12
A Arthur, Tony of Connaught Cars 191/13
A Arthur, Des of Connaught Contractors 192/11
A Arthur, Des 192/2
A Anchor, Ripley photo taken 2006 192/3
A Almshouse in Ripley on land adjoining the chapel 192/4
A Avery, Rita obituary 193/16
A Arnaud, Yvonne biography by Janet Hilderley 194/3
A Anchor, Ripley photo with horse buses c1874 195/1, 14
A Artscape art competition sponsored by SRHS 195/12
A Almshouse in Ripley watercolour by J Hassell, 1820 196/2
A April Cottage, Newark Lane 196/3
A Anchor, Ripley horse buses at, 1874 196/5
A Arthur, Des of Connaught Cars 197/11
A Amberley Cottage, Ripley 197/8
A Artscape art competition 200/22
A Anne, Princess visit to Papercourt Sailing Club 200/5
A Anchor, Ripley owned by Robert Whitburn 200/7
A Anchor, Ripley auction held at 202/13
A April Cottage, Send Marsh Green notes on history 203/12
A Andrews, Arthur article on Edward "Lumpy" Stevens 206/11
A Archaeology of Surrey "Hidden Depths" - review 206/4
A Anderson, Ross steamroller on the Portsmouth Rd 206/6
A Augustinian canons in England article by Ken Bourne 207/13
A Aldburi, Aldebyrie, Aldbury alias de Novo Loco, alia Newark 207/16
A Alan Brown Racing 207/5
A Arthur, Des employee at Connaught Cars 207/5
A Atherton, Stanley 207/6
A Ayleworth, Anthony & wife Frances of Waterhouse in Ripley 213/4
A Ayleworth, Edward of Waterhouse in Ripley 213/4
A Ayleworth, Moses of Waterhouse in Ripley 213/4
A Ansell, Allen developer of Grove Heath North 214/12
A Anne, Salisbury messuage formerly pt of White Hart 214/4
A Andrew, Elizabeth Frances servant at Send Manor 215/8
A Automobile Association bicycle patrolman James Jackman 215/8
B Broomfields shop, Send Road 181/10 Click here
B Boormans, market gardeners, Send 181/10, 14 Click here Click here
B Blaxland, Mr, headteacher at Ripley in school photo 181/9 Click here
B Bland's Garage/Hurst Park Autos 182/10 Click here
B Beasleigh, Bdr J died in WW2 182/15 Click here
B Beulah Road School, Croydon evacuees from 182/2 Click here
B Beauchamp, Michael 182/7 Click here
B Bartlett, Jane article on Girls Friendly Society 182/8 Click here
B Boldermere Girls Friendly Society outing to 182/8 Click here
B Bland's garage coach hire 182/9 Click here
B Bashall, Henry St John Hick Tricycle Champion, Solicitor, etc 183/13 Click here
B Bashall, W Captain of Temple BC 183/13 Click here
B Boughton family property owners at Mays Corner 183/3 Click here
B Baker, Nancy & Edgar tennis players next to Saddlers Arms 184/10 Click here
B Binks, Jack tennis player next to Saddlers Arms 184/10 Click here
B Boorman, S S, of Send trade tokens 185/12 Click here
B Broomfield, Wally Send shoe repairer 185/3 Click here
B Broomfields cycle shop, Send Road recollections of Bill Tyson 185/3, 4 Click here
B Brick-making at The Kilns, Send Dip 185/8 Click here
B Berliand, Jill award of MBE 186/13
B Burnt Common Institute Tea Room 186/3
B Bolwell, Anita, of Toby Cottage 186/5
B Buses, Ripley article by David Porter 186/7
B Beard, Harry, Isolation Hospital Caretaker 186/8
B Bright Spot Restaurant 187/4
B Bush, Miss, sweet shop & tearoom 187/4
B Bridger, W, PC 266, of Ripley article by Andy Jones 188/12
B Bowers, Cissy of Lucas Cottages 188/5
B Bowers, Fred, footware repairer of Lucas Cottages 188/5
B Bartlett, Jane article on Ripley Nursery 188/6
B Boorman, Staines market gardener 188/6
B Bowers, Jeffrey 188/6
B Broomfield, Wally opened new shop in 1951 188/6
B Bates, Thomas Prews Purrock 189/10
B Bayly, Thomas & Mathew Prews Purrock 189/10
B Bowerman, Les SIHG Award 2006 189/13
B Basingstoke area, SRHS visit to report 189/14
B Baker, Alan Connaught Eng. Grand Prix winner 189/2
B Brooks, Tony, Connaught car driver winner of Syracuse Grand Prix 1955 189/2
B Bourne, Ken article on Methold Engineering 189/3
B Bugg, Harvey gardener at Sendholme 190/10
B Bugg, May daughter of Harvey Bugg 190/10
B Brown, Claude former owner of Sendholme 190/11
B Brown, Nick former owner of Sendholme 190/15
B Brelades Vet Surgery, Rose Lane closure of 190/16
B Brown, Alan of Connaught Cars 190/3
B Bus shelter - Ripley donated by C D Strologo 190/3
B Bloomfield, Pat 190/5
B Brook, Caterlina 190/5
B Brown, Sheila Little Owl Playgroup, Send 190/5
B Benstead, Benny of Connaught Cars 191/13
B Brown, Alan 191/13
B Best Village Award won by Ripley 191/5
B Bregman, Barney of Connaught Contractors 192/10
B Brown, Alan of Connaught Contractors 192/10
B Bubble Cars sold by Connaughts 192/2
B Bovill, Henry de entries in the 13th C Surrey Eyres 192/7
B Bovill, Matthew de 192/7
B Box, Henry de la 192/7
B Bat & trap games 193/8
B Burnt Common businesses at 193/9
B Beach Buggies made on Connaughts' site 194/10
B Bus service 436 withdrawal of, by Daivd Porter 194/7
B Bedford, Maria, of Woking 194/8
B Baden-Powell, Lord Robert opening of Send Scout HQ 195/14
B Bus, Q-type to Ripley photo in Kingston 195/2
B Bedford, Thomas builder 195/4
B Button, "The Wokeing" article by Bob Stonard 195/6
B Broadmead farmed by Jim Oliver 195/7
B Beach Buggies, Burnt Common further notes by David Porter 196/11
B British Legion 196/14
B Bartlett, Jane article on Ripley Parish Poorhouse 196/2
B Boughton, Robert, the younger overseer of the poor 196/2
B Butcher's shop in Send closure of by D Clayton 197/4
B Bus, Q-type to Ripley 197/5, 6
B Bland's Coaches outing to Littlehampton 197/9
B Boreman sisters, Tudor House, Ripley 198/10
B Bowman, Mr, or Ripley customer of Thomas Davison 198/10
B Baigent, May, 1919-2007 obituary 198/15
B Bartlett, Jane article on Stansfield Bros 198/2
B Bettsworth, Mr & Mrs Cyril, shopkeepers in Send Road 198/4
B Bosley, Dick rep. for Stansfields Bros 198/4
B Blue Saloon bus notes by Pat Clack 198/6
B Bixley, George first owner of White Hatch 199/11
B Bird, George 199/12
B Bixley, Catherine 199/12
B Bugg, Harvey gardener at Sendholme 199/9
B Blacksmith, a Ripley by John Slatford 200/11
B Boughton Hall 1933 resident Mrs Shaw 200/16
B Baddeley, Hermione visitor to Ripley 200/4
B Baker, John drawing of Newark Priory 200/4
B Bartlett, Jane article on visitors to Send & Ripley 200/4
B Buchan, John visitor to Ripley 200/4
B Beaton, Cecil visit to Send Grove 200/5
B Bubrick, Moses tenant of St George's Farmhouse 200/8
B Bailey, James malthouse owner, Ripley 200/9
B Balcombe, Mr & Mrs Send Marsh Stores 201/4
B Ben Turner Tractors Send Marsh 201/5
B Blackett, Miss of Send Marsh 201/5
B Bullace fruits Highlands Farm, Send Marsh 201/5
B Bird, Rosa of Rose Lane 202/13
B Bowerman, Les notes Send Marsh Green 203/11
B Bartlett, Charlotte of Send Heath in 1895 203/2
B Bowerman, Les letter about Send Marsh Green 203/7
B Bennetts at Prews Farm, Send irrigation 203/8
B British Poultry Development Company of Send Marsh 204/10
B Bobby, Mr manager of Send Marsh poultry farm 204/11
B Bowerman, Les article on surface of Portsmoth Rd 204/12
B Bishops' 18th Century Visitations notes by Les Bowerman 204/3
B Bowerman, Les, article by 18th century Bishops' visitations 204/3
B Bartlett, Jane article on Sendhurst Grange 204/6
B Baigent, Joe & family soup kitchen 204/7
B Baigent, Charles, cow-keeper of Cartbridge 204/8
B Baker, Mike recipient of Anne Haynes Charity 205/11
B Blands garage, Ripley High St. 205/11
B Barretts Garden Buildings article by Ted Strange re "closure 205/13
B BEST Week, Send to brighten Send & tidy it up 205/5
B Boughton, William Parish charity 205/8 & 9
B Boughton Hall Lodge demolished in 1962 206/10
B Burnt Common dual-carriageway created 1962 206/10
B Browne family Lords of the Manor of Send & Ripley 206/2
B Browne, Sir Anthony Lord of the Manor of Send & Ripley 206/2
B Browne, Henry, 5th Viscount Lord of the Manor of Send & Ripley 206/3
B Bartlett, Jane article about Bill Stocker, blacksmith 206/5
B Blacksmith, Send article by Jane Bartlett 206/5
B Ben Turner's Social Club of Send photo of vintage tractors 206/7
B Benstead, Benny of Connaught Cars 206/8
B Brown, Alan of Connaughts 206/9
B Baden-Powell, Lord Robert Ripley Scout connection 207/12
B Brown, Frank, local artist 207/12
B Bourne, Ken Augustinians in England article 207/13
B Bourne, Ken Foundation of Newark Priory article 207/16
B Binstead, Benny employee at Connaught Cars 207/4
B Bowerman, Les article on Send Heath fishing lakes 207/5
B Ball, Chris, article by angling record at Send Lakes 207/7
B Brough, John, angler record carp at Send Lakes 207/7
B Bus, early motor 208/1,9
B Browne, Sir Anthony 208/11,12
B Bourne, Ken death of and obituary 208/2
B Boughton Hall, Send pre 1937 postcard photo 209/17
B Boughton Hall Estate sale in 1907 209/3
B Box & Holly Cottages built by Tice family 209/4
B Builders, etc, at May Corner Tice family 209/5
B Buckingham Lodge, Ockham park 209/7
B Bourne, Ken memorial service 209/8
B Buller, Tom baker at Collins bakery 210/12
B Berry, Mary school photo 211/13
B Baker, Alan obituary 211/16
B Bartlett, Jane Sendholme & oughton Hall 211/2
B Boughton Hall & Sendholme by Bette Slatford & Jane Bartlett 211/2
B Bright, John 211/3
B Bartlett, Jane article re Boughton Hall in 1940s 211/6
B Boughton Hall changes of use 211/6
B Boughton Hall a childhood memory 211/6
B Bus service by Woking Autocar Co further notes by David Porter 212/4
B Bus, AEC, to Ripley in 1920s article by David Porter 212/8
B Baker, Alan, 1917-2010 obituary 212/9
B Bomb crater on Send Hill letter by David Porter 213/14
B Butser Ancient Farm project SRHS visit to 213/15
B Bates, Thomas & wife Joan of Waterhouse inRipley 213/3
B Bridgefoot House now Footbridge House 213/3
B Bird Frances, formerly Ayleworth 213/4
B Ball, William, the Younger of White Hart, formerly Waterhouse 213/5
B Bissley, William of White Hart, formerly Waterhouse 213/5
B Baker, William, of Ripley White Hart, formerly Waterhouse 213/6
B Bashall, "Biz" Ripley ARP Warden in WW2 213/6
B Bissley, William White Hart, formerly Waterhouse 213/6
B Bomb in WW2 Acacia Villas, Ripley Green 213/6
B Bonsey, James White Hart, formerly Waterhouse 213/6
B Browne, Sir Anthony owner of Newark Priory & Cowdray 214/10
B Booth, G W tenant of Grove Heath estate 214/12
B Bowen, Philip E D & Susan Davies owners of 10 Grove Heath North 214/13
B Brown, Kenneth Owen Cunningham owner of 10 Grove Heath North 214/13
B Bird, John, and family White Hart, formerly Waterhouse 214/3
B Belton, Percy of Bridgefoot House 214/4
B Bailey bridges by Canadians in Send in WW2 214/7
B Bombs, WW2 in Send memories of Jean turner 214/7
B Bristol Beaufighter emergency landing in Tannery Lane 214/7
B Bullock, Henry chauffeur at Send Service Garage 215/3,4
B Bus, double-decker, family home article by Andrea Farrell (nee Laking) 215/5
B Barber, Reg employee at Sendholme 215/9
B Blacksmith sculpture in Send installation of 216/4
C Cheriton, Tannery Lane 190/2
C Challen, Billy, Send Road photo in 1930s 181/10 Click here
C Challen's garage, Send Road 181/10 Click here
C Cricketshill Farm 181/10 Click here
C Challen, Dorothy pressed wild flower collection 181/11 Click here
C Cartbridge New Inn photos 181/13 Click here
C Catholic church, Send death of priest 181/14 Click here
C Catholic Church, Send 181/8 Click here
C Challen, Dorothy aged 100 181/9 Click here
C Charman, Alice, nee Peters Girls Friendly Society member 182/10 Click here
C Carter, Sergt R died in WW2 182/15 Click here
C Clack, Pat evacuees 182/3 Click here
C Challen family of Send Service Garage 182/6 Click here
C Challen, Dorothy ("Dorrie") aged 100 182/6 Click here
C Carter, Clive 182/7 Click here
C Centenarians in Send 182/7 Click here
C CLM Electrical, Mays Corner 183/3 Click here
C C H Sex & Sons arrival in Send 183/5 Click here
C Challen, Dorothy obituary 183/7 Click here
C Chemists shop, Send demolition of 183/9 Click here
C Constable Hart at Send forge 183/9 Click here
C Chandler, Gerald some Ripley traffic recollections 184/13 Click here
C Clarke, B C Send smithy 184/4 Click here
C Cockes, Pokelane End, Ripley 185/11 Click here
C Coates, Tom & Doris Send shoe repairers 185/3, 4 Click here
C Chapel Farm, Ripley 185/8 Click here
C Cobham Cottages, Ripley use of brick 185/8 Click here
C Conisbees, Ripley use of brick 185/8 Click here
C Crown post roofs in Ripley 185/8 Click here
C Cedar House/Tudor House formerly the George Inn 185/9 Click here
C Cedar Tea House, Ripley formerly George Inn 186/1, 3
C Cleveland, Dapne obituary 186/14
C Chandler, Alf & Gerald 186/3, 4
C Cartwright, Mrs, of the Triangle Cafe 186/4
C Clode, Miss Jo, of Dolls House Tearooms 186/4
C Crossways Garage Tea room 186/4
C Cavanagh, Jim, of Potters Lane 186/5
C Clifford James Shoe Shop formerly Pinnocks Cafe 186/5
C Cleverly family article by Andy Jones 186/6
C Crete, Dr, of Ripley 186/8
C Cedar House Tearooms 187/3
C Curtises of Honeysuckle Tearooms 187/3
C Clocke House Enchanted Tea Garden 187/4
C Curry Garden Restaurant 187/4
C Clements Marjorie telephonist at Ripley Exchange 187/7
C Cherry, Mr Manager of Luff's Nursery 188/7
C Connaught Engineering (Ltd) Grand Prix winner 189/1, 2
C Clarke, Rodney of Continental Cars 189/2
C Continental Cars 189/2
C Crickets Hill House 190/10
C Connaught Cars notes by Dvid Porter 190/2
C Claydon, G H (Dick) 190/3
C Carter, Joy 190/5
C Cowan, Michael history of Sendholme 190/7
C Cricket played at Sendholme 190/9
C Church, St Mary's, Send photo in snow 191/1
C Connaught Cars article by David Porter 191/11
C Continental Cars Ltd 191/11
C Citroen cars repairs at Connaught Engineering 191/12
C Claydon, G H (Dick) of Dick Claydons 191/13
C Citroen cars at Connaught Engineering 192/10
C Claydon, Dick of Connaught Contractors 192/10
C Connaught Contractors of Burnt Common 192/10
C Connaught Cars, Part 3 & 4 article by David Porter 192/10, 11
C Chambers, Michael Connaught's Goggomobil mechanic 192/2
C Citroen Cars at Connaughts letter from David Porter 192/2
C Calne, Ruald de entries in 13th C Surrey Eyres 192/7
C Chertsey, abbot of entry in 13th C Surrey Eyres 192/7
C Clandon Bovill 192/7
C Clerk, John 192/7
C Clough family of Rupel, Send Road 192/9
C Cartledge, Alec obituary 193/14
C Chandler, Alf & Peter closure of garage & coach business 193/9
C Claydon, Richard (Dick) 193/9
C Cleveland forecourt at Burnt Common 193/9
C Connaught Cars, Part 5 article by David Porter 193/9
C Connaught Contractors article 193/9
C Crossways Cafe at Burnt Common 193/9
C Cann, Francis maker of Beach Buggies 194/10
C Connaught Cars, Part 5 article by David Porter 194/10
C Cann, Frank beach buggies 196/11
C Connaught Cars beach buggies 196/11
C Callaghan, William of Connaught Contractors 196/12
C Carlton, Mays Corner home of Stanley & Pat Sowa 196/15
C Change in the Villages Send Marsh stream 196/16
C Coleman, John, butcher 196/3
C Cotterell, Francis overseer of the poor 196/3
C Cartbridge laundry 196/7.8
C Citroen Cars conversion at Connaughts 197/11
C Connaught Cars, Part 6 article "by David Porter 197/11
C Clerk to Send Parish Council obituary of Jill Spiral 197/18
C Clayton, Denys closure of butcher's shop in Send 197/4
C Clayton, Stephanie closure of greengrocers in Send 197/4
C Clark, Bob milkman for Street's Dairy 197/6
C Conservative Party in Send some members 197/7
C Cattringhams, Grove Heath 198/10
C Confidence trickster at Ripley 1785 deposition 198/14
C Chequers Inn, Newark Lane, Ripley no evidence for 198/3
C Claytons, butchers, Send Road notes by David Porter 198/4
C Carlton, Mays Corner 198/5
C Clack, Pat Ramblings" by 198/5
C Cow & Gate believed owners of Street's Dairy 198/5
C Crowder, George Pecolier 199/12
C Crowder, Richard Leonard 199/12
C Claytons, butchers, Send Road 199/14
C Clark, Bob & Lilian Street's Dairy 199/15
C Canadian soldiers in Send in WW2 199/9
C Cooper, Ted, of Newark Lane 200/11
C Clarke, Bob Street's Dairy, Mays Corner 200/19
C Census 1901 Send & Ripley details 200/2
C Cobbett, William visitor to Ripley 200/4
C Chapel Farm, Ripley Onslow map of 1777 200/7
C Connaught Cars road testing along Clandon Road 201/11
C Connaught Cars, Part 7 article by David Porter 201/11
C Croucher, Ron obituary 201/15
C Centenarians in Send 202/18
C Corner Cottage, Send Marsh Green notes on history 203/13
C Clode, Miss of Dolls House Tea Rooms, Ripley 204/10
C Cumbers, Archie, of Send poultry farm, Send Marsh 204/11
C Crowder, John 18th Century schoolteacher 204/5
C Charities, Send 18th century variations 204/6
C Cunningham House, Sendhurst Grange 204/7
C Cave, Mr supplier to Send soup kitchen 204/9
C Cliff, Jenny Dame Anne Haynes charity 205/11
C Chapel Farm wall & barn in rat-trap bnd 205/5
C China souvenirs of Ripley talk by andy Jones 205/6
C Charities of Send & Ripley article by John Slatford 205/8
C Crystal Palace talk by Ron Trevelyan 206/13
C Clack, Pat some reminiscences 206/17
C Chapel Farm, Ripley deed by Henry VIII 206/2
C Compton, Sir Henry Lord of the Manor of Send & Ripley 206/3
C Curson, Sir John Lord of the Manor of Send & Ripley 206/3
C Connaught Cars - Part 8 article by David Porter 206/8
C Chandler, A & P (Alf & Peter) Cleveland Petrol forecourt 206/9
C Claydon, Dick of Connaughts 206/9
C Connaught Constructors Mech Ents firm of Dick Claydon 206/9
C Connaught site redeveloped photo 207/1
C Calna, Ruald de charter re Newark Priory 207/16
C Connaught Cars - Part 9 article by David Porter 207/3
C Connaught Engineering 1960s photo 207/4
C Callaghan, Bill of Connaughts 207/5
C Chandler, Alf & Peter 207/5
C Chandlers Coaches 207/5
C Claydon, Dick 207/5
C Connaught (Dick Claydon) Ltd 207/5
C Cobham churchwardens tithe owners 208/12
C Cranford, Ripley High St report by Buildings Group 208/7
C Carlton/Carlton workshop owned by Tice family 209/4
C Collins, Donald & Maurice, Bakers article by Gerald Warner 209/7
C Collins, William Ockham miller 209/7
C Cattanneo, Margaret 210/11
C Coronation Parade in Send 1953 Tudor float from Manor Road 210/11
C Collins bakery notes by Jane Bartlett 210/12
C Cox, 'Shanger' & Ernest carriers 210/12
C Cricket tea, Ripley after WW2 210/13
C Centurion, of Send Ethel Tice 210/3
C Carlton Works, Send 210/4
C Clack, Pat celebrity knitter 210/8
C Coach outing to Goodwood photo c1930 211/1
C Cheeseman, Rosemary school photo 211/14
C Cricket at Sendholme instigated by Sir Joseph Leese 211/4
C Cowan, Michael & Hilary owners of Sendholme 211/5
C Collier family of Blunt Cottage, Polesden Lane 211/6
C Covery, Charles landlord of Uncle Tom's Cabin 212/11
C Copyhold system of land tenure 213/3
C Clement, Ralph of Waterhouse in Ripley 213/4
C Davey, George of Waterhouse n Ripley 213/4
C Crowder, Richard White Hart, formerly Waterhouse 213/6
C Cowdray House ruins, Midhurst photo 214/1
C Cameron, Frances owner of 10 Grove Heath North 214/12
C Daws, John owner of Grove Heath Farm 214/12
C Collen, Edward, White Hart, formerly Waterhouse 214/3
C Collen, Joseph White Hart, formerly Waterhouse 214/3
C Cotterell, Francis White Hart, formerly Waterhouse 214/3
C Co-op shop in Send Road 214/9
C Casembroot, Judy de of Fell Hill Farm 215/2
C Challen, Bill photo in chauffeur's hat 215/3
C Cornflower pickers in WW2 215/3
C Carol-singers at Sendholme 215/9
C Corner Cottage, Send Marsh Greem snow photo January 2009 216/1
D Drill Hall/Lancaster Hall, Send Road 181/10 Click here
D Dixon, Robert died in WW2 182/15 Click here
D Dockerty, Bradford died in WW2 182/15 Click here
D Deane, Mrs, of Ripley Court 182/8 Click here
D Dendrochronology on old houses 183/13 Click here
D Dixon, C Send smithy 184/4 Click here
D Dawe, Dr John 185/3 Click here
D Dolls House Tearooms, Ripley 186/4
D Dunn, Ronald 186/4
D Dunsborough Cottages article by Andy Jones 186/6
D Dedman, J & K of Send PO & Stores 188/5
D Dadswell, David & Darren of Ripley Nursery 188/6
D Dadswell, Moira of Ripley Nursery 188/6
D Dadswell, Leslie of Ripley Nursery 188/7
D Dawe, John Prews Purrock 189/10
D Dyer, Edward, Sarah, William, etc Prews Purrock 189/10
D Dedman, John K & John H Prews Purrock 189/11
D Davies, Mavis ghost article 189/12
D Dot children's wear shop formerly Anthony Welling antiques 190/15
D Devey, George architect of Sendholme 190/7
D Display boards, SRHS purchase of 191/4
D Dine, Geoffrey le entry in 13th C Surrey Eyres 192/7
D Dyer, Daphne, of Rupel, Send Road 192/9
D Dunsborough Park postcard of 1950s 194/1
D Desmond, Florence of Dunsborough House 194/3
D Dunsborough House visit of Yvonne Arnaud, etc 194/3
D Decot Cottage, Newark Lane 196/3
D Denby, William occupant of the poorhouse 196/4
D Dunsborough Farm 197/8
D Davison, Thomas, travelling salesman his account book, by John Slatford 198/10
D Davies, Joyce 199/14
D Davison, Thomas, travelling salesman customer names index 199/16
D Davis, Tony 199/9
D Dibble, Mary smithy owner 200/11
D Dairy at Mays Corner 200/19
D D'Oyley Carte, Rupert visitor to Ripley 200/4
D Defoe, Daniel visitor to Send & Ripley 200/4
D Doherty, Bill, & Mrs Secrett's Farm 201/13
D Dooley, Mr & Mrs of Highlands Farm 201/2
D Desmond, Florence at Dunsborough House 201/6
D Dunsborough Chas Hughesdon & Flo Desmond 201/6
D Dowells shop, Rose Lane, Ripley 202/12
D Doe, Roy an appreciation by David Porter 202/18
D Dawes, John land purchase later Ripley Vicarage 202/2
D Desmond, Florence article by Janet Hilderley 202/8
D Dunsborough Park article on Florence Desmond 202/8
D Dolls House Tea Rooms Portsmouth Road 204/10
D Davies, Llewllyn Send vicar 1763-1791 204/4
D Deare, Mrs, of Woodhill subscriber to Send soup kitchen 204/8
D Dixon, Mrs D M trustee of William Boughton Charity 205/11
D Dedman, Ken remembered by Pat Clack 206/17
D Desmond, Florence book by Janet Hilderley 206/4
D Dine, Geoffrey le gift of land to Newark Priory 207/16
D Daws, John, of Send Barns tithe owner 208/12
D Dedman, J & K, of Send Post Office Telephone: Send 1 209/15
D Digitisation of SRH photo archive notes by Clare McCann 209/16
D Dedman, Sarah 209/3
D Davies, Mavis Dunsborough Park article 209/9
D Desmond, Florence, of Dunsborough wife of Charles Hughesdon 209/9
D Dunsborough Park article by Mavis Davies 209/9
D Domesday Surrey (inc Send) talk by Patrick Molineux 210/9
D Dawson, Ruth Mary (nee Ansell) obituary 211/15
D Dabbs John obituary 211/16
D Devey, George Sendholme architect 211/3
D Doodlebugs WW2 in Ripley 213/7
D Dutton, Ernest Rowe of Bridgefoot House 214/4
E Edser family of Grove Heath 181/14 Click here
E Evacuees in WW2 Send & Ripley 182/2 Click here
E Everest, R Send smithy 184/4 Click here
E Eeles, Ann, of Ripley 185/11 Click here
E Eeles, Francis, of Ripley 185/11 Click here
E Eeles, Thomas, of Ripley trade token 185/11 Click here
E Ellard, Jack Ripley pharmacist 185/3 Click here
E Exhibition in SRHS Museum tearooms by Clare McCann 186/2 et seq
E Enchanted Tea Garden in Clocke House 187/4
E Eve, Patsy & Jim Anderson of Lucas Cottages 188/6
E Ede, John Prews Purrock 189/10
E Ellwood Galery formerly Ripley paper shop 190/15
E Eve Construction of Burnt Common 190/3
E Esso petrol filling station Burnt Common 191/11
E Edwards, Monica, of Rupel, Send Rd notes by daughter Shelley 191/2
E Edwards, Shelley, of Rupel, Send Rd re Monica Edwards in Send 191/2
E Edwards, Bill, of Rupel, Send Rd 192/10
E Edwards, Monica, of Rupel, Send Rd recollections by Pat Clack 192/9
E Edwards, Shelley, of Rupel, Send Rd 192/9
E Elms, Mr & Mrs, of Gladdings Stores, Cartbridge 196/10
E Edwardian Costume museum exhibition 197/15
E English, Mr greengrocer on Send Parade 198/4
E Edwardian Costume, Part 2 article by Clare McCann 198/6
E Exploring Surrey's Past launch of SCC website 199/14
E Elizabeth, the Queen Mother visit to the Old Vicarage, Send 200/5
E Elizabeth Frances Witburn nee Loveday 200/7
E Ebenezer Baptist Chapel, Ripley Hill family burials 202/13
E Elson, Rev Christopher Vicar of Ripley 202/2
E Eager, Thomas 202/3
E Edgar, Thomas Crawley owner of later Ripley vicarage 202/3
E Elms, The, PortsmouthRoad 204/10
E Evelyn, General Parish charity 205/8 & 12
E Eager, Edward & Wm of Newark Mill tithe owners 208/12
E Elm Tree House, Ripl;ey photo of maypole dancing 1927 208/15
E Eeles, Thomas, of Ripley, trade token article by Andrew Jones 209/10
E Evacuees in WW2 plays by 215/3
E Empire Day Certificate 1941 photo of awarded to Jean Smallbone 215/5
F Fuller, Miss M Send smithy 184/4 Click here
F Frame Plot, Ripley 185/7 Click here
F Fashion Trapp (formerly Pinnocks) Ripley timber-framed house 185/8 Click here
F Fiszer, Pat, nee Chandler 186/4
F For Coffee tearoom previously The Spinning Wheel 186/5
F Ferris, Eric obituary 187/10
F Field, Margaret 187/4
F Francis, Frances 187/7
F Fawkner, Kathryn & Richard Prews Purrock 189/10
F Ferrant, Francis Prews Purrock 189/10
F Foulston, Mary former owner of Sendholme 190/15
F Fairs, Peter transport driver for Connaught Cars 190/3
F Fishers Garage Burnt Common 191/11
F Farmers' market, Ripley 191/5
F Ford, Henry de la 192/7
F Ford, Robert de la entry in 13th C Surrey Eyres 192/7
F Ferring, Master Geoffrey de entry in 13th C Eyres 194/5
F Forte, Charles, Lord, of Ripley obituary 194/6
F Fern Cottage, Newark Lane 196/3
F Fire Brigade, Ripley 197/3
F Fuller, James 1785 con-man's assistant 198/14
F Forresters, greengrocers shop on Send Parade 198/5
F Fielding, Barry 199/10
F Ford, Henry visitor to Ripley 200/4
F Footbridge House (White Hart Inn) owned by Robert Whitburn 200/7
F Field, Margaret 201/6
F Field, Elizabeth 201/7
F Fire Brigade, Ripley notes 203/17
F French, Jim observations on Porstmouth Rd 204/13
F Fancourt, Admiral Robt Devereux tomb at Ripley churchyard 204/2
F Ford, Major maker of leather soles & heels 205/13
F Finch, George Works Manager & owner at Barretts 205/14
F Free Erection sign at Barretts Garden Buildings 205/14
F Ford, Sir William Lord of the Manor of Send & Ripley 206/3
F Farmers Market, Ripley 2009 display at by SRHS 207/13
F Flower Festival, Ripley, 2009 207/13
F Fishing Lakes on Send Heath article by Les Bowerman 207/5
F Fishing Lakes on Send Heath notes by Les Bowerman 209/12
F Floating pontoon on Send Gravel Pit photo of, loaned by Jackie Strange 209/14
F Farmer family at Boughton Hall 211/7
F Fancour, Admiral Robert Part 2 by John Slatford 212/3
F Footbridge House, Ripley High St photo 213/1
F Footbridge House, Ripley. Pt 1 400-Year History by J & B Slatford 213/3
F Faulkner, George of White Hart, formerly Waterhouse 213/4
F Flood, Widow of White Hart, formerly Waterhouse 213/4
F Fforbes, Arthur, of Ripley of White Hart, formerly Waterhouse 213/5
F Footbridge House, Ripley. Pt 2 of article by J & B Slatford 214/2
F Faithfull, Bill gardener at Heath House, Send 214/7
F Faithfull, May wedding photo at Lancaster Hall 214/8
F Filming at Wisley Airfield article by Pat Clack 215/14
F Faithfull, Elizabeth photo of grave in Send churchyard 215/3
F Farrell, Andrea article on life in a double-decker bus 215/5
G Goodchild, Edward of White Hart, formerly Waterhouse 213/4
G Green, Sid WW2 Housing Officer 213/6
G German pilot brought to Dr Creet's house in WW2 213/7
G Gunner, Elsie 213/8
G Gafford, Edward, Solicitor of Bridgefoot House 214/3
G Gresham Gardens, Send Road 181/10 Click here
G Grove Heath Edser family 181/14 Click here
G Giles, Robin died in WW2 182/15 Click here
G Glastonbury SRS visit to 182/16 Click here
G Goodrick-Meech, Estate Agents taken over by Wills & Smerdon 182/18 Click here
G Gibbons, Mr & Mrs parents of Pat Clack 182/3 Click here
G Goddard, Marjorie Green Lantern senior waitress 182/4 Click here
G Giles, Ashley, cricketer Wisden Hall of Fame 182/7 Click here
G Girls Friendly Society Ripley & Byfleet Branch 182/8 Click here
G Glastonbury SRHS visit to 184/11 Click here
G Gott, Kenneth Send pharmacist 185/3, 4 Click here
G Georgian House, Ripley use of brick 185/8 Click here
G George Inn, Ripley later Cedar tea House 186/1
G Giles, Ashley, cricketer award of MBE 186/13
G Gifford, Miss, of Sunnyside Tearooms 186/4
G Green Line Coaches, Ripley 186/7
G George Tap, the, Rose Lane 187/3
G Gibbons, Bertha, refreshment house 187/3
G Green Lantern Restaurant 187/4
G Green Lantern Restaurant cover photo 188/1
G Green Lantern Restaurant memories by Jackie Herring 188/2
G Grand Prix winner Connaught Engineering 189/1, 2
G Gade, Henry & Mary Prews Purrock 189/11
G Ghost article by Mavis Davies 189/12
G Garages, local museum exhibition 189/3
G Greenfield, Thomas 191/14
G Georgian House, Ripley privy 191/6
G Goggomobils sold by Connaughts 192/2
G Giles, son of Ruald entry in 13th C Surrey Eyres 192/7
G Giles, a canon of Newark 194/5
G Garrets at top of the Poorhouse 196/3
G Giles, Ashley, cricketer retirement of 197/12
G Grimditch & Webb, butchers 197/3
G Gribbles Farm, Rose Lane 197/8
G Gibbs family of Potters Lane 199/8
G Groves, Geoffrey 199/9
G Grinstead, Isaac Ripley blacksmith 200/11
G Grantham, Mr & Mrs 1952Send school prize awarded by 200/18
G George Farm, Ripley Onslow map of 1777 200/7
G Georgelands Estate 200/8
G Gall, Anna (nee Pannell) Seminary at Elm Tree House 202/2
G Gall, Dr Abraham Crisp lease re later Ripley Vicarage 202/2
G George Inn Farm article re Vicarage 202/2
G Great Dane Kennels, Send Manor 204/11
G Grant, F Maling of Sendhurst Grange 204/6
G Greenfield, Mollie (nee Newell) nursery nurse at Sendhurst Grange 204/6
G Grant, Mrs subscriber to Send soup kitchen 204/8
G Garlike, Mr subscriber to Ripley soup kitchen 204/9
G Grant, Mr & Mrs Maling subsribers to Send soup kitchen 204/9
G Greenfield, Samuel, tanner Sarah Hale Charity 205/12
G Garside, Connie centenarian 205/15
G Graham, Nancy obituary 205/16
G Gammon, Peter obituary 205/17
G Goddard, Robert obituary 205/5
G Gyrotiller in Send notes by Peter Anderson 206/10
G Goreing, Henry Lord of the Manor of Send & Ripley 206/3
G Guildford City Football Club gates by C H Sex & Sons 206/5
G Gough, Andy Ripley Court Headmaster 207/11
G Geales, Ripley bakers 210/12
G Grover, Alan driver of Collins van, Ripley 210/12
G Grantham, Mr, owner of Boughton Hall 211/7
G Gray, Frank & Mary owners of 5 Grove Heath North 214/12
G Grove Heath North, Ripley history of by andrew Jones 214/12
G Gadd, Andrew WW1 Ripley soldier 214/13
G Gregory, Charles, artist of Bridgefoot House 214/3
H Hack, Frank died in WW2 182/15 Click here
H Hamblin, Harry 182/7 Click here
H Heath Farm Shire horses 183/9 Click here
H Hand, Fred Send smithy 184/4 Click here
H Hand, William Send Smithy 184/4 Click here
H Heath, Bert Send Smithy 184/4 Click here
H Hillman, Lily 185/5 Click here
H Houses in Ripley development of by John Slatford 185/7 Click here
H Half Moon Cottages, Ripley use of brick 185/8 Click here
H Hockley, Dora Bessie ("Dorrie") obituary 185/9 Click here
H Happy Eater Restaurant at Burnt Common 186/3
H Haward, Anita (nee Bolwell) Toby Cottage Tearooms 186/5
H Howards Garage, Ripley later Suzuki Garage 186/5
H Hockley, Dorrie correction 186/8
H Honeysuckle Tearooms & sweet shop 187/3
H Hut Hotel, Wisley 187/4
H Hillman, Frederick Sidney ex "employee at Send PO 188/5
H Hamond, Susan & Charles Prews Purrock 189/10
H Hitches, Thomas Prews Purrock 189/10
H Harrison, Thomas & Mary Prews Purrock 189/11
H Henley, John, Jane & George Prews Purrock 189/11
H Honnor, family Prews Purrock 189/11
H Howard, Mary Prews Purrock 189/11
H Hawthorn, Mike driver of Connaught cars 189/2
H Hampton, Gitta donattion of deeds of Prews Purrock 189/7
H Henley, John farmer of Send 189/7
H Hoggett, Roger & Rosemary former owners of Ripley paper shop 190/15
H Hilder, Helen Joyce wife of Henry Samuel of Ashford 190/2
H Hargreaves, Capt Wm A first owner of Sendholme 190/7
H Heady, William 191/14
H High Street, Ripley postcard showing boy on trike 192/1
H Hillman, Lily cleaner at Connaughts 192/10
H Happy Eater Restaurant at Burnt Common 193/9
H Hilderley, Janet biography of Yvonne Arnaud 194/3
H Harm, Henry of Send entry in 13 C eyre 194/6
H Hook, William atte entry in 13 C Eyre 194/6
H Hillside Farm scout camping at 195/13
H Harrison family Ripley property owners 195/3
H Horse & cart photo of Alfred Lawrence with 196/1
H Harrington, Harry beach buggies 196/11
H Honeysuckle Cottage, ex Yew Tree in Newark Lane 196/3
H Hutson, John of Honeysuckle Cottage 196/4
H Horse buses at the Anchor, 1874 article by John Slatford 196/5
H Homestead, The, of Cartbridge Lawrence family home 196/8
H Haberdashery sales by travelling salesman 198/10
H Honnor, Alfred, The Kilns farm bailiff 198/10
H Honnor, Harden 198/10
H Honnor, Herbert farm bailiff 198/10
H Hill, Ron, of Newark Lane obituary 198/16
H Hands and Tans, shop in Send Road 198/4
H Hester, Mr & Mrs shopkeepers in Send Road 198/4, 5
H Highlands Farm, Send Marsh Road owned by Keen family 199/15
H Hillman, Fred 199/15
H Heath, William Ripley blacksmith 200/11
H Hydelands Farm, Send Marsh 200/19
H Hill, Arthur farmer at St George's Farm 200/8
H Hill, William farmer at St George's Farm 200/8
H Highlands Farm, Send Marsh Road postcard photo 201/2
H Hall's sand lorries passing through Send Marsh 201/3
H Hughesdon, Charles, of Dunsborough biography 201/6
H Hill, Ruth postcard sent 1914 202/1
H Henley on Thames SRHS visit to 202/11
H Hill family of Rose Lane, Ripley 202/12
H Hill, Alf shoemaker, draper & outfitter, etc 202/12
H Hill, Ruth on Rose Lane postcards, etc 202/12
H Hill & Gillespie shop in Rose Lane, Ripley 202/13
H Hooper, Rev Henry vicar of Ripley 202/2
H Hilderley, Janet article on Florence Desmond 202/8
H Heath, William Ripley blacksmith c1890s-1937 203/16
H Hughesdon, Charles, of Dunsborough King's Cup Air Race 203/8
H Hutson, Rene poultry farm, Send Marsh 204/11
H Hillside Farm, Send soup kitchen 204/7
H Handford, Mrs, of Newark Lane Ripley soup kitchen 204/9
H Hill, Ronald recipient of Anne Haynes Charity 205/11
H Huggins, Rene recipient of Anne Haynes Charity 205/11
H Harris, William, yeoman Sarah Hale Charity 205/12
H Hone, James, of Homewood Farm Sarah Hale Charity 205/12
H Harris, Joan obituary 205/17
H Holride (Horride) Farm a Lovelace house 205/5
H Homewood Farm Cottages a Lovelace house 205/5
H Haynes, Dame Anne Parish charity 205/8 & 10
H Hale, Sarah Parish charity 205/8 & 12
H Henry VIII Chapel Farm & Send Barns Farm 206/2
H Hilderley, Janet review of book on Florence Desmond 206/4
H Harrison, Lucy Henrietta, of Ripley Ct tithe owner 208/12
H Hamilton, Mary 209/3
H Holly Cottage, Mays Corner owned by Tice family 209/3
H Holt, Peter 210/11
H Hampton, Daniel & Reg 211/1
H Hargreaves, William & Alice of Sendholme 211/2,3
H Hargreaves family 211/3
H Hargreaves, Mary Constance 211/3
H Hack, Lce Corpl W H (Bill) A Prisoner's tale by Derek Hack 211/7
H Hack, Peggy 211/7
H Hersher, Mr owner of Boughton Hall 211/7
H House martins nests at Ripley Police station 212/7
H Heady, William of White Hart, formerly Waterhouse 213/4
H Heath, Thomas of White Hart, formerly Waterhouse 213/4
H Hyde, Ernest WW1 Ripley soldier 214/13
H Heath House, Send taken over by army in WW2 214/7
H Hunter, Jimmy Canadian soldier in Send in WW2 214/7
I Isted, Mr & Mrs of Detsi, Send Hill/Send Road 181/11 Click here
I Isolation Hospital, Ripley 186/8
I Isetta bubble cars sold by Connaughts 192/2
I International Stores, Ripley 197/10
I Ingram, Rita & Margaret, Potters Lane 199/8
I Ivy House, Old Woking notes 203/10
I Inclosure Awards Send Marsh 203/11
I Irwin, Rt Honble Lady Mary 204/3
I Ivy House, Old Woking 205/2
J J B Motors, Send Road 181/10 Click here
J Jarman, David obituary 181/12 Click here
J Jarman family correction to Journal 181/12 182/10 Click here
J James, Rupert died in WW2 182/15 Click here
J Jane Sytter, or Ripley 185/11 Click here
J Jubilee Cafe, Portsmouth Road 186/5
J Jones, Melissa Painting the Past prize-winner 187/5
J Jarman, Mr, Miller at Newark 187/7
J Jones, Andrew article on PC Bridger of Ripley 188/12
J Jarpenvill, David de, sheriff of Woking entry in 13 C eyre 194/6
J Jones, Andrew article on Mansell family 194/8
J Jaques, Philip overseer of the poor 196/2
J Jesmond Dene, Potters Lane, Send former home of Michael Morris 199/8
J Jackman, Mrs cook at Sendholme 199/9
J Jackman, Ron chauffeur at Sendholme 199/9
J Jelly, Jack Ripley blacksmith 200/11
J Jones, Andrew article on Mansell family 200/12
J Johnson, Maureen awarded a Send school prize 1952 200/18
J Johnson, Amy visitor to Ripley 200/4
J Jelly, Nora Portsmouth Road 204/10
J Johnson, George, tallow chandler Sarah Hale Charity 205/12
J Johnson, Maureen Send school prizewinner 1952 206/3
J Jolly Sailor owner the Earl of Lovelace 208/13
J Journal, postal surcharge on delivery explanation 208/4
J Journal, coloured illustrations 210/2
J Joseph, Lionel, St Bede's teacher article on the Coronation Gates 212/5
J Jones, Andrew article on house martins 212/7
J John & Bette Slatford history of Footbridge House 213/3
J Jaques, Edward & family of Waterhouse in Ripley 213/4
J Jones, Andrew history of Grove Heath North 214/12
J Jackman, Arthur photo 215/7
J Jackman, Emma 215/7
J Jackman, James (1891-1967) My Father, Article by Isla Hunt 215/7
J Jackman, Mary, nee Hunt 215/7
J Jackman family 215/8
K King, Harriet, of Send married James May 183/3 Click here
K Kelsey, Mary Prews Purrock 189/10
K Kenway, Mr of Connaught Cars 191/13
K Knur & spell games 193/8
K King, Roy maker of Beach Buggies 194/10
K King, Roy beach buggies 196/11
K King, Reg obituary 196/15
K King, Peter, 6th Lord 198/15
K Keen family owners of Street's Dairy, Send 199/15
K Keene's Dairy, Mays Corner 200/19
K Kent, Duke of visit to Send Manor kennels 200/5
K Keep House, Send Marsh Road cover photo 201/1
K Kinggett, James carpenter of Send in 1895 203/4
K Keephouse William Boughton charity 205/8 & 9
K Kings College, Cambridge gates by C H Sex & Sons 206/5
K Knitters, celebrity Pat Clack & Audrey Smithers 210/8
K King, Gwen, later Puttock WW2 memories 213/6,7
K Kaye, John Parsons messuage formerly pt of White Hart 214/3
K Konigsmark, Leontine, Countess of messuage formerly pt of White Hart 214/4
L Lancaster Hall/Drill Hall, Send Road 181/10 Click here
L Laundry Matilda Sale's 181/10 Click here
L Liddiard, Agnes WW2 evacuee 182/4 Click here
L Lee, Charlie butler at Woodhill 183/6 Click here
L Lake, Dr Mary 185/3 Click here
L Little Barn, High St., Ripley crown post roof 185/8 Click here
L Lilliput model village, Ripley 186/4
L Lucas, John formerly of the Mill House 187/7
L Lucas Cottages, Tannery Lane article by David Porter 188/5
L Lumley, Mr, hairdresser of Potters Lane 188/5
L Luff, A nurseryman 188/6
L Luff, Norman & Roland nurserymen 188/6
L Little Owl Playgroup, Send Fortieth Anniversary 190/5
L Lancaster family 190/8
L Lancaster, Arthur H third owner of Sendholme 190/8
L Leese, Sir Joseph second owner of Sendholme 190/8
L Legg, Rev vicar of Send 192/10
L Lancaster, Miss, of Sendholme gift of cottage to Nurse Moore 192/9
L Library, SRHS books added in 2005 & 2006 193/11
L Lilliput Garden, Ripley visit by David Porter 194/11
L London, Thomas de canon of Newark Priory 194/5
L Lane, Richard atte entry in 13 C Eyre 194/6
L Lawrence, Alfred photo with horse & cart 196/1
L Lancaster Hall, Send Road community carols 196/14
L Lock-up in Newark Lane, Ripley 196/3, 4
L Lawrence family of Woking, Pyrford, etc Article by Peter Warren 196/6
L Lock-up in Newark Lane, Ripley article by John Slatford 197/2
L Lawrence family notes on history by David Lawrence 197/5
L Longhurst, Les 197/6
L Lockwood, Robert customer of Thmas Davison 198/10
L Lumley, Miss, of Potters Lane 199/8
L Leighton, Margaret wartime owner of Woodhill, Send 199/9
L Lloyd, John Onslow map of 1777 200/7
L Loveday, Robert 200/7
L LaCoste, Thomas occupier of Perseverance Cottages 200/9
L Land Army Girl Vera Rassell memories of Secrett's Farm, Send 201/12
L Land Army 204/12
L Lancaster, Arthur H help with Send soup kitchen 204/7
L Lansdown Lodge, Sendhurst Grange 204/7
L Lucas, T grocer 204/8
L Legatt, Susannah & Jeremia Legatt Charity 205/12
L Lovelace Houses in Send & Ripley 205/5
L Lucas Cottages, No 1, Tannery Lane rat-trap bond 205/5
L Lucas, Thomas use of rat-trap bond 205/5
L Legat(t), Mrs Parish chairty 205/8 & 12
L Lords of the Manor of Send & Ripley article by John Slatford 206/2 et seq
L Ladywell Convent, Godalming gates by C H Sex & Sons 206/5
L Lilliput Garden, Portsmouth Rd notes by John Slatford 207/11
L Langman's Lake 207/6
L Lovelace, Earl of tithe owner 208/12
L Lepper, Jane, of Send Barns Lane 209/3
L Lancaster, Arthur, of Sendholme 209/3,4
L Lancaster Hall/Drill Hall built by Tice family 209/6
L Leese, Joseph Francis 211/3
L Lancaster family of Sendholme 211/5
L Leese family of Sendholme 211/5
L Leese, Lt Gen Sir Oliver Wm H 211/6
L Lancaster, Elsie memorial prize won by Roger Stedman 211/7
L Laking family 215/5
L Lancaster, Arthur cottages & estate 215/8
L Lychgate of Send Church building and repair 215/9
L Legg, Reverend Send Vicar in WW2 215/2
M Museum winter 2002 snow photo 181/1 Click here
M May's Corner shop 181/10 Click here
M May's Corner removal of telephone box 181/11 Click here
M May's Corner re-alignment of road 181/11 Click here
M May, Wm, of Ashburton House article by Clare McCann 181/6 Click here
M May, Emma 181/8 Click here
M May, George GCB ("Toby") 181/8 Click here
M May, Michael William Blount 181/8 Click here
M Miura Petrol Station Blands/Hurst Park 182/10 Click here
M Matheson, Ian died in WW2 182/15 Click here
M Murrell, Herbert died in WW2 182/15 Click here
M Murray, Inez & Evelyn owners of Green Lantern Rest) 182/3 Click here
M May's Corner telephone box photo of removal 182/5 Click here
M May Family at Mays Corner, Send article by J & B Slatford 183/3 Click here
M May, Connie 183/3 Click here
M Mays Corner May family at 183/3 Click here
M Mays Stores owned by Connie May 183/6 Click here
M Mays Corner re-alignment of roads 183/8 Click here
M McCance, Jock, PC Ripley policeman 184/13 Click here
M Museum, Send & Ripley installation of heat pump 184/2 Click here
M May, Thomas Send smithy 184/3 Click here
M Marshall, P Send smithy 184/4 Click here
M Masters, Fred Send smithy 184/4 Click here
M Muir, Walter Send smithy 184/4 Click here
M Museum exhibition tea rooms & cafes 185/15 Click here
M Museum, Send & Ripley installation of heat pump 185/2 Click here
M Moodie, Dr Roland 185/3, 4 Click here
M Moss Chemists shop Send Road 185/4 Click here
M Manor House, Ripley use of brick 185/8 Click here
M Manor House, Ripley timber-framed house 185/8 Click here
M Museum accessions 2005 186/12
M May's Corner development of some houses 186/15
M Mays Corner Dairy 186/4
M Montlhery Egg Farm 186/4
M Millis, Edna 186/5
M Moodie, Dr 186/8
M Mais SPB 187/4
M McIntosh, Harry Stuart "Uncle Mac" of the Mill House, Newark Lane 187/6
M Mill House, Newark Lane Harry Stuart McIntosh 187/6, 7
M McIntosh, Don formerly of the Mill House 187/7
M Macmillan, Alastair & Fiona of Vintage Cottage 188/14
M Museum exhibition garages 188/17
M Milestones of Send & Ripley article by Mike Knight 188/8
M Mandeville, Mr Prews Purrock 189/11
M Meryett, William Prews Purrock 189/11
M McAlpine, Kenneth Continental Cars/Connaught Eng. 189/2
M Moss, Stirling driver of Connaught cars 189/2
M Methold Engineering Ltd article by Ken Bourne 189/3
M Mid Surrey Service Station 189/3
M Museum exhibition Local garages, etc 189/3
M Methold, Ken of Mid Surrey Service Station 189/4
M Methold, Montague of Mid Surrey Service Station 189/4
M Methold, Sybil founder of Mid Surrey Service Station 189/4
M Methold, David of Methold Engneering 189/5
M Methold, Christopher of Methold Engineering 189/6
M Museum, SRHS history by Melissa Jones 191/14
M Museum exhibition Dating the Past 192/12
M Maubank, Reynold 192/7
M Maubank, Ruald de entries in 13th C Surrey Eyres 192/7
M Moore, Nurse, of Send 192/9
M Milner, Mary obituary 193/14, 15
M Mansell family article by Andrew Jones 194/8
M Mansell, James Ripley Postmaster in 19th C 194/8
M Maybanke, Thomas, the younger overseer of the poor 196/2
M May & Hardy's, Burnt Common 197/10
M McCann, Clare article on Edwardian costume 197/15
M Museum exhibition Edwardian costume 197/15
M Milton Bros, Ripley butchers family history 197/8
M Milton family history by Tony & John Milton 197/8
M Merry Andrew clown or buffoon 198/15
M McColls store shop on Send Parade 198/4
M Milton, Fred & Arthur working for Rust's 198/5
M McCann, Clare article on Edwardian costume 198/6
M Moore, Rebecca (later Bixley) 199/12
M Milton Bros, Ripley butchers 199/14
M Milton, Helen, 1921-2008 obituary 199/14
M Mays Corner Dairy 199/15
M Museum exhibition famous visitors 199/18
M Marshall family of Briar Road, Send 199/8
M Moore, Bernard, of Wharf Lane 199/8
M Morris, Michael Send WW2 childhood memories 199/8
M Major, ET Ripley blacksmith? 200/11
M Mansell family genealogical notes by Andrew Jones 200/12
M Mesolithic site in Send by Bob Stonard 200/13
M Maternity hospital Ripley Court 200/17
M Mays Corner Dairy 200/19
M Macdonald, Ramsay visitor to Ripley 200/4
M Mais, SPB visitor to Ripley 200/4
M Morey, Richard farmer at George Farm, Ripley 200/8
M Malthouse, Ripley 200/9
M McCann, Clare article on Secrett's Farm in WW2 201/12
M Mill House, Send Marsh Old Keep House? 201/4
M McCann, Clare visitors article by 201/6
M Marshall, Sarah 202/13
M Munby, A J some notes by Mavis Davies 202/17
M Mesolithic Age museum exhibition 202/18
M Manor House, Send Marsh notes on History 203/13
M Murder in Send 1895 article by John Slatford 203/2
M Manor House, Send Marsh letter by Les Bowerman 203/7
M Mill House, Send Marsh (?) Old Keep House? 203/7
M Milton, Divina article on poultry farm, Send Marsh 204/10
M Milton family of Ripley High Street 204/12
M Macleay, Mr subscriber to Send soup kithen 204/8
M Marshall, Mrs subscriber to Ripley soup kitchen 204/9
M Mills, Thomas, yeoman Sarah Hale Charity 205/12
M Masters, "Shonto" employee of Barretts 205/14
M Mesolithic flints in Send talk by Bob Stonard 205/6
M Montagu, Viscount Lord of the Manor of Send & Ripley 206/2,3
M Masters, F employee of C H Sex & Sons 206/5
M Muir, Walter employee of C H Sex & Sons 206/5
M Maternity hospital at Ripley Court notes by John Slatford 207/11
M Muir, Walt employee at Send Forge 207/2
M Masters, F employee at Send Forge 207/3
M Maypole dancing at Send School & Elm Tree House 208/13
M Museum Exhibition What the Doctor Ordered 208/17
M Mays Corner property of Tice family 209/3
M Manor Road, Send Coronation float 210/11
M McCann, Clare Memories of War, book by 210/6
M Memories of War SRHS book by Clare McCann 210/6
M Mascall, Thomas of White Hart, formerly Waterhouse 213/4
M Mills, Henry, & wife, Ann of Waterhouse in Ripley 213/4
M Mitchell family in Ripley in WW2 213/6
M Mills, Denis Sydney & Joyce Marie owners of 5 Grove Heath North 214/12
M Midhurst, SRHS visit to report by Les Bowerman 214/9
M Millar, Ian (1934-2010) Obituary by Jean turner 215/13
M May, James, Send Blacksmith 216/4
M Moore, Arthur 215/3
N New Inn, Cartbridge photos 1920s & 2004 181/13 Click here
N Norcon Pipe Co. concrete air raid shelter 182/15 Click here
N Norcon Pipe Co. industrial railway at Amberley Chalk Pits Museum 182/17 Click here
N Neild, Mrs, of Newark House 182/8 Click here
N Newark Mill 1902 drawing by D Moul 185/1 Click here
N Nurse Paul, of Ripley 186/8
N Newark Mill House article correction by Frances Francis 188/13
N Nissen huts used at Connaught Engineering 191/12
N National Westminster Bank, Ripley 191/14
N Norcons concrete works 191/3
N Norris, Mrs, of Burnt Common Cottages 192/11
N Newark, Prior of entries in the 13th C Surrey Eyres 192/7
N Newark, Thomas, prior of entry in 13th C Surrey Eyres 192/7
N Names, childrens in Send 1851 & 2006 193/12
N Newark Mill illustrations provided by Ken Bourne 194/12
N Nick Claydon Ltd 196/12
N Newark Lane, Ripley postcard view showing Stansfields 198/1
N Norman family of Potters Lane 199/8
N Newark Priory drawing by John Baker 200/4
N Newark Mill Onslow map of 1777 200/7
N Nix family of Send Marsh 201/5
N Nature notes at Papercourt 202/10
N Nine Elms, Send Green Send Marsh Green 203/7
N Newark Priory Dissolution 206/2
N Newak Priory, foundation of article by Ken Bourne 207/16
N Newman, Christopher & Michael 210/11
N New, Ernest WW1 Ripley soldier 214/13
O Opperman, Brian died in WW2 182/15 Click here
O Off-licence at Mays Corner 183/3 Click here
O O'Brien, Evelyn Toby Cottage waitress 186/5
O Old Forge Cafe 187/4
O Onslow, Guy headmaster of Ripley Court School 188/16
O Onslow, Rose obituary by Jane Bartlett 188/16
O Old Keep House, Send Marsh fire in 2006 190/16
O Old Manor Cottage, Send Marsh Green dendrochronology report 191/3
O Oliver, Jim Ken Bourne memories 195/2
O Ostler's Cottages, Rose Lane, Ripley article by John Slatford 195/3
O Oliver, Flossie 195/7
O Oliver, Fred 195/7
O Oliver, Jim obituary 195/7
O Oliver, Jim Geoff Parker appreciation 195/8
O Oliver, Flossie 196/13
O Oliver, Fred 196/13
O Oliver, Jim memories by Nick Somerfield 196/13
O Onslow, Lord, Thomas grant of land for Ripley Poorhouse 196/2
O Overseers of the Poor article on Ripley Poorhouse 196/2
O Oliver, Jim Land Rover 197/4
O Oldland, Mr & Mrs Percy shop in Send road 198/4, 5
O Oldland, Percy & Joy 199/14
O Oliver, Jim & Fred, feared by local children 199/8
O Ockham Park Estate property owners in Ripley 200/8
O Ockham, Fruit Trees at 1769 Parish Register entry 201/16
O Obituary of Roy Doe 202/18
O Old Woking Ivy House 203/10
O Old Manor Cottage, Send Marsh Green notes on history 203/12
O Old Keep House, Send Marsh Mill House? 203/7
O Onslow, Rt Honble, Thomas, Lord patron of Send parish 204/3
O Oakdene, Sendhurst Grange 204/7
O Onslow, the Misses of Send Grove 204/7
O Onslow, Wm Hillier, Earl of landlord of Hillside Farm, Send 204/8
O Onslow, Major & Mrs Pitcairn of Dunsborough House 204/9
O Onslow, the Misses of Dunsborough House 204/9
O Old Woking shops 205/2
O O'Connor, Joyce obituary 205/4
O Orchard Cottages, Grove Heath a Lovelace house 205/5
O Onslows family Lords of the Manor of Send & Ripley 206/3
O Onslow, Earl of tithe owner 208/12
O Onslow, George Walton of Dunsboro' tithe owner 208/12
O Old Keep House/Post Office, Send photo c 1900 209/1
O Old Keep House, formerly Send PO owned by Tice family 209/3
O Ockham Mill 209/7
O Oliver, Elizabeth wife of Wm Collins 209/7
O Obituary Denis Walker 212/10
O Obituary Alan Baker 212/9
O Onslow, Guy Cleveland of Bridgefoot House 214/4
P Photographic exhibition, heritage Send Scouts 181/12 Click here
P Parrot, H, Sergt, RAF died in WW2 182/15 Click here
P Pratt, William died in WW2 182/15 Click here
P Price, Donald died in WW2 182/15 Click here
P Perrin, Stella, head of Send school appointed September, 1941 182/3 Click here
P Porter, Maxwell career as mechanic 182/6 Click here
P Parfitt, Rose Girls Friendly Society member 182/8 Click here
P Pearce, Mrs Girls Friendly Society chairman 182/9 Click here
P Photographic exhibition 2005 by Send Scouts 183/11 Click here
P Petrol pumps, hand-operated at Send forge 183/8 Click here
P Paulton, Mrs, of Boughton Hall 184/3 Click here
P Page, Arch Send smithy 184/4 Click here
P Priory Fields (sic) redevelopment of Send smithy site 184/5 Click here
P Porter, David recollections of Send Forge 184/6 Click here
P Pharmacy, Send, 1960-1977 recollections of Bill Tyson 185/3 Click here
P Pharmacy, Send, 1950s & 1960s recollections by David Porter 185/4 Click here
P Poor House, Newark Lane 185/8 Click here
P Pamplin, Jim obituary 186/11
P Pinnocks Cafe, Ripley 186/5
P Paul, Nurse, of Ripley 186/8
P Pearse, Dr, of Ripley 186/8
P Pinnock, Eileen, nee Hatcher obituary 187/10
P Powell, Lilian, nee Hatcher obituary 187/10
P Privy in Newark Lane 187/16
P Plumbridge, Tug & Ron of Honeysuckle Tearooms 187/3
P Privy at The Georgian House, Ripley 188/11
P Pearce, Mr & Mrs R M founders of Ripley Court School 188/16
P Porter, David article on Lucas Cottages 188/5
P Purdam, Arthur & Mary Prews Purrock 189/10
P Papeworth or Papercourt, Manor of 189/7
P Prewes Barn 189/7
P Prews Cottages 189/7
P Prews Purrock, Tannery Lane documentary history 189/7
P Porter, David notes on Connaught Cars 190/2
P Pritchard, Gladys 190/5
P Porter, David article on Connaught Cars 191/11
P Porter, Maxwell mechanic at Connaught Engineering 191/12
P Privies The Georgian House, Ripley 191/6
P Parks in Surrey SLHS Symposium 2006 191/7
P Porter, David article by 192/10
P Pearce, Capt C H M notes re chapel & almshouse 192/4
P Polesden, Reynold & Damotte, de entry in 13th C Surrey Eyres 192/7
P Papercourt, Ralph de entry in 13th C Surrey Eyres 192/8
P Papercourt, William de entry in 13th C Surrey Eyres 192/8
P Porter, David article by 193/9
P Porter, David article on Connaught Cars 194/10
P Porter, David visit to Lilliput Garden, Ripley 194/11
P Privy, communal Ostler's Cottages, Rose Lane 195/4
P Privy at 201 Send Road 196/10
P Poorhouse, Ripley Parish article by Jane Bartlett 196/2
P Porter, David article on Connaught Cars, part 6 197/11
P Porter, Maxwell of Connaught Cars 197/11
P Porter, David Street's Dairy/Tice's Yard 197/6
P Porter, David Ministry of Transport tester 197/7
P Pain, Richard 1785 deposition 198/14
P Perry, Samuel, confidence trickster 198/14
P Peaseworth Bourne 198/16
P Potters Lane, Send Ehite Hatch history 199/11
P Phillips, Bryan, of White Hatch, Send 199/13
P Parsons, Lorrie, of Potters Lane 199/8
P Potters Lane, Send WW2 childhood memories 199/8
P Peacock, Thomas Love visitor to Ripley 200/4
P Papercourt Sailing Club visit of Princess Anne 200/5
P Pearse, Dr state of surgery 200/5
P Perseverance Cottages history by John & Bette Slatford 200/7
P Porter, David article on Connaught Cars 201/11
P Prisoners of War, German in Send 201/4
P Poultry Farm, Send Marsh 201/5
P Papercourt wildlife notes by Les Bowerman 202/10
P Pearce, Robert May of Ripley Court 202/13
P Price, John Harrison Ripley property owner 202/13
P Prews Farm Bristol Beaufighter crash 202/17
P Prews Farm, Send siting of reservoir 202/7
P Pullen, "Kunjer" of Send Marsh Green 203/11
P Pipp's Cottage, Send Marsh Green notes on history 203/12
P Prews Farm reservoir pumping engine 203/7
P Prout, Edna poultry farm, Send Marsh 204/10
P Plowman, Hazel poultry farm, Send Marsh 204/11
P Paulton, Mrs, of Boughton Hall subscriber to Send soup kitchen 204/8
P Portsmouth Road photo c1912? AA Patrolman, car, steamroller 204/cover
P Pawley, Henry of Ripley House 205/12
P Portsmouth Road 1906 looking towards Guildford 206/18
P Prisoners of War working for S H Sex & Sons, Send 206/5
P Portsmouth Road steamroller on, photo & article 206/6
P Porter, David Part 8 of article on Connaught Cars 206/8
P Porter, David Connaught Cars, Part 9 207/3
P Perrin, Stella Send school headmistress 208/13
P Playtime Past David Porter article 208/13
P Porter, David Playtime Past article 208/13
P Postal surchage on Journal delivery explanantion 208/4
P Porter, David Woking Autocar Co Ltd article 208/9
P Papercourt Meadows natural history notes 209/11
P Photo archive, SRHS digitisation of 209/16
P Postmaster, Send, the first William Tice 209/3
P Paulton, Abraham & Martha of Boughton Hall 211/2,4
P Paulton family 211/3,5
P Paulton, James Mellor, MP 211/5
P Polesden Lane Collier family of Blunt Cottage 211/6
P Prew's Farm 211/9
P Porter, David article on a 1920s bus to Ripley 212/8
P Page, George re White Hart, formerly Waterhouse 213/4
P Peters, William White Hart, formerly Waterhouse 213/6
P Puttock, Gwen WW2 memories 213/6
P Pinnock, Miss of Pinnocks Cafe 213/7
P Pardo, Dudley & Maureen owners of 10 Grove Heath North 214/13
P Parfett, Frederick WW1 Ripley soldier 214/13
P Peters, William & Sarah White Hart, formerly Waterhouse 214/2
P Peters, Robert White Hart, formerly Waterhouse 214/3
P Pigott, Charlotte Elizabeth White Hart, formerly Waterhhouse 214/3
P Packenham, Major Arthur & Sarah of Bridgfoot House 214/4
P Pearce, Mabel Hussey of Bridgefoot House 214/4
P Pearce, Robert May Ripley Court School 214/4
P Privett family WW2 bombing tragedy 214/7
P Potato-picking in WW2 by Send schoolchildren 215/2
P Penicillin early dose of 215/5
P Portsmouth Road, Burnt Common date of dual carriageway? 216/3
Q Quill, Mrs subscriber to Send soup kitchen 204/8
R Ripley High Street from Clocke Hse postcard on Journal cover 182/1 Click here
R Ripley Court School evacuated 182/10 Click here
R Ryde, Edward diary entries for Ripley and Send 182/11 Click here
R Riversdale School, Merton evacuees from 182/2 Click here
R Rogers, Jimmy Send school headmaster 182/2 Click here
R Roberts, Stanley Eric, OBE obituary 183/14 Click here
R Ripley Farmers' Market new enterprise 183/2 Click here
R Ripley origin of name 185/6 Click here
R Richardsons Hardware, Ripley crown post roof 185/8 Click here
R Ryde House, Ripley use of softwood 185/8 Click here
R Reed family of Toby Cottage 186/5
R Routemaster Buses, Ripley article by David Porter 186/7
R Richards, sister, of Ripley 186/8
R Ripley subscribers to testimonial to Ernest John Cosier Young 186/9
R Rio tea-rooms 187/3
R Ripley Nursery article by Jane Bartlett 188/6
R Ripley's turnpike era article by Mike Knight 188/8
R Ryde, Edward Prews Purrock 189/11
R Rolt, Tony driver of Connaught cars 189/2
R Randall, Mr former owner of Sendholme 190/15
R Ripley paper shop closure of 190/15
R Ripley Transformers re-development of 190/15
R Ripley, changes in notes by John Slatford 190/15
R Rickard, Janet 190/5
R Red Cross Centre, Send 190/6
R Rupel, Send Road Shelley Edwards reminiscences 191/2
R Rio House & Cottage re-development of site 192/3
R Ripley Transformers re-development of site 192/3
R Ripley Transformers Ltd photo taken 2006 192/3
R Ripley Church boundary change 192/4
R Rupel, Send Road home of Monica Edwards 192/9
R Roy King Coachworks of Burnt Common 194/11
R Ripley, Richard entry in 13 C Eyres 194/5
R Ryde Farm Estate home of Lord Forte of Ripley 194/6
R Royal Arms in Send church photos of restoration before & after 195/10,11
R Royal Arms in Send church reprint of J Oliver article in N/L 4 195/9
R Rusts, butchers, Ripley 197/10
R Ripley Parish Council lock-up article by John Slatford 197/2
R Richardson, W 197/3
R Rippleby Cottages, Ripley 197/8
R Russell, Thomas 1785 deposition 198/14
R Roche, Carol owner of White Hatch, Potters Lane 199/11
R Reading, George owner of White hatch 199/12
R Ray, Henry, of Wharf Lane 199/8
R Riddle, Jimmy sandpit caretaker 199/8
R River Wey wartime memories of M Morris 199/9
R Ripley House aerial view 200/1
R Ripley Court as maternity hospital article by Sheila Brown 200/17
R Ripley House description of interior 200/4
R Redford, Eliza (nee Davies) wartime health visitor 200/5
R Rassell, Vera land girl at Secrett's Farm, Send 201/12
R Ripley Fair George Irvins Roundabout 201/9
R Rose Lane/ Ruth Hill postcard stamped 1914 202/1
R Rose Lane, Ripley Hill family 202/12
R Ripley Court 202/13
R Robinson, Elsie, of Send centenarian 202/18
R Ryde, Edward Woking surveyor & diarist 202/3
R Ripley smithy notes 203/16
R Ripley smithy inauguration of "Village Boy" 203/16
R Ripley smithy shoeing an ox 203/16
R Ripley Road - surface notes by les Bowerman 204/12
R Ripley churchyard tomb of Admiral R D Fancourt 204/2
R Robinson, John Send vicar 1702-1736 204/3
R Rat-trap bond brickwork in Send & Ripley 205/5
R Roborow Wood, Ripley Lane a Lovelace house 205/5
R Ripley Road, The further notes by Les Bowerman 205/6
R Ripley Court nursing home in World War 2 206/12
R Reigate SRHS visit to 206/14
R Royal Enclosure, Ascot gates, etc, by C H Sex & Sons 206/5
R Ripley Court School as maternity hospital 207/11
R Ripley church origins 207/16
R Ripley Fair/Event origins of 207/16
R Ripley, early motor-bus 208/1,9
R Ripley Green acreage of 208/12
R Ripley Over Sixties Club letter by Mike Millis 209/15
R Rose Cottage, Send Barns Lane owned by Tice family 209/3
R Richardson, Paul school photo 211/14
R Ryde, Edward cricket at Old Woking 211/4
R Ryde House, High St., Ripley Home of Admiral Fancourt & photo 212/3
R Ripley Police Station house martin nests 212/7
R Ralph Maybanke & family of Waterhouse in Ripley 213/3
R Rawridge, Ripley Grove Heath North 214/12
R Ripley Pals, Pt 2 article by Peter Spooner 214/13
R Ripley House Pigott, Charlottel of Bridgefoot House 214/4
R Romans in the South East notes of talk by Judie English 215/11
R Red Cross Hall, Send photos required 216/3
R Railway mooted through Ripley
S Sale, Matilda laundry, Wharf Lane, Send 181/10 Click here
S Send Road photo c 1930s (?) 181/10 Click here
S Spooners, market gardeners, Send 181/10 Click here
S Surrey Trading Co., Send Road 181/10 Click here
S Send Barns Lane re-alignment and footpaths 181/11 Click here
S Scouts, Send heritage photo exhibition 181/12 Click here
S Send & Ripley HistorySociety 30th Anniversary Dinner 181/2 Click here
S Sink, Mrs, dairywoman at Chapel Fm 182/10 Click here
S Smith, William died in WW2 182/15 Click here
S Stansfield, Sergt L J died in WW2 182/15 Click here
S Scholes, Christine & Doreen WW2 evacuees 182/3 Click here
S Send Central School opened September, 1941 182/3 Click here
S Somerfield, Mrs Sybil supply teacher at Send School 182/3 Click here
S St Bede's school, Send opened as Send Central Sept 1941 182/3 Click here
S Send Service Garage article by David Porter 182/6 Click here
S Send Forge photo c1920s 183/1 Click here
S Send church flower festival 2005 display by Jill Bromley 183/10 Click here
S Send Scouts photographic exhibition 183/11 Click here
S Send blacksmiths 183/5 Click here
S Saddlers Arms tennis courts 183/7 Click here
S Send smithy/forge demolition recalled by David Porter 183/8 Click here
S Sex, C H & Sons 183/9 Click here
S Shire horses owned by A W Secrett 183/9 Click here
S Shoe shop, Send demolition of 183/9 Click here
S Shoeing horses at Send Smithy 183/9 Click here
S Sex, C H & Sons gates at Tilford museum 184/1, 3 Click here Click here
S Scouts of Send photograph project 184/12 Click here
S Sex, C H & Sons history of firm and products 184/3 Click here
S Smith, H Send smithy 184/4 Click here
S Stocker, C Send smithy 184/4 Click here
S Stozynski, Stanislau Send smithy 184/4 Click here
S Send Forge recollections of David Porter 184/6 Click here
S Sarah Baker, of Ripley 185/11 Click here
S Slater, Drs Ian & Edna 185/3 Click here
S Send origin of name 185/6 Click here
S Slatford, John talk re development of Ripley houses 185/7 Click here
S Surey family Lucknow", Polesden Lane, Ripley 185/9, 10 Click here
S Steam roller in Send Barns Lane photo 186/14
S Shell Garage, Burnt Common 186/3
S Storey, Mr, Mrs & John 186/3
S Sunnyside Tearooms 186/4
S Spinning Wheel tearoom, Ripley 186/5
S Sister Richards, nurse, of Ripley 186/8
S Smallpox 186/8
S Spooner, Hubert, chauffeur, of Ripley 186/8
S Somerfield, Kyra ex teacher at Send Primary School 187/17
S Shenow, Ken of Honeysuckle Tearooms 187/3
S Skeltons refreshment house 187/3
S Steer, Mr & Mrs of Old Forge Cafe 187/4
S Slatford, John article on Vintage Cottage, Ripley 188/14
S Smallbone, Colenso of Lucas Cottages 188/6
S Styles, Bill of Lucas Cottages 188/6
S Stanley, Sid landscaper & grave-digger 188/7
S Stinte, Juliana & Robert Prews Purrock 189/10
S Sale, Mr Prews Purrock 189/11
S Surrey Industrial History Group award to Les Bowerman 2006 189/13
S Syracuse Grand Prix 1955 won by a Connaught Car 189/2
S Slatford, John article on Prews Purrock 189/7
S Slatford, John Article on Prews Purrock deeds 189/7
S Seldon, Mary former owner of Sendholme 190/12
S Sage Interiors closure of 190/15
S Seldon, Mary & Alec former owners of Sendholme 190/15
S Slatford, John article on C D Strologo 190/3
S Strologo, Charles Dello donor of bus shelters 190/3
S Sendholme history by Michael Cowan 190/7
S St Trinians girls school film made at Sendholme 190/8
S Send Cricket Club 190/9
S Snow photo Send church 191/1
S Sale, Alf 191/10
S Send Cricket Club photo & notes by Mike Sex 191/10
S Sex family in Send Crcket Club 191/10
S Stiperstones, Tuckey Grove home of Arthur family 191/12
S Sizzey, Geoff of Connaught Cars 191/13
S Smith, Bill of Connaught Cars 191/13
S Strong, Brian of Connaught Cars 191/13
S Smallpeice, Wm Henry Bund 191/14
S Strong, Richard 191/14
S Shipp, Pauline of Connaught Contractors 192/10
S SPD lorries serviced at Connaught Contractors 192/10
S Savage, John Valentine Ripley mineral water maker 192/4
S Skeletons found in grounds of Rio House 192/4
S Surrey Eyres in the 13th century, Pt 1 Send entries 192/6
S Send, Alice de entry in 13th C Surrey Eyres 192/7
S Send, Ruald de entries in 13th C Surrey Eyres 192/7
S St German, Joel de 192/7
S Shoe game notes by Les Bowerman 193/8
S Schools, Two Surrey Village reasons for omission of some names 194/2
S Sandon Hospital, Esher founding of 194/5
S Surrey Eyres in the 13th C, Pt 2 Send entries 194/5
S Salmon family connections with Send scouting 195/13
S Scout HQ , Send building 195/13
S Scouting in Send, memories article by Geoff Salmon 195/13
S Scouts Centenary camp at Sendholme 195/13
S Sendholme Scouts centenary camp 195/13, 196/12
S Slatford, John article on Ostler's Cottages 195/3
S Stonard, Bob article on "The Wokeing Button" 195/6
S Sapia, Fillipo occupant of beach buggy workshop 196/11
S Send Court Farm memories by Nick Somerfield 196/13
S Somerfield, Nick memories of Jim Oliver 196/13
S Somerfield, Sybil 196/13
S Sanger, Hope initiator of Send organisations 196/14
S Send Social Council 196/14
S Sowa, Stanislaw ("Stanley") obit by Les Bowerman 196/14
S Smallpeice, William Henry Bund 196/3
S Spooner, Mr, overseer of the poor 196/3
S Slatford, John horse buses at the Anchor, 1874 196/5
S Send Manor photo in snow 197/1
S Snow photo Send manor 197/1
S Storm, the Great, of 1987 notes by Mavis Davies 197/14
S Spiral, Jill obituary 197/18
S Slatford, John article on Ripley Parish lock-up 197/2
S Sex, Michael request for family history 197/3
S Send early bus services 197/4
S Sowa, Stan 197/6
S Street's Dairy/ Tices Yard notes by David Porter 197/6
S Slatford, John article on Thos Davison's a/c book 198/10
S Stone, Jane (later Honnor) 198/10
S Stansfield Bros - history article by Jane Bartlett 198/2
S Savage, J O, ginger beer maker between Ripley church & Anchor 198/4
S Send Parade completion in 1950s 198/4
S Shops in Send Road notes by David Porter 198/4
S Storm, the Great, of 1987 198/5
S Street's Dairy, Send comment by Peter Parvin 198/5
S Street's Dairy, Send notes by Pat Clack 198/6
S Send church 1987 photo by Ken Bourne 199/1
S Shops in WW2 Send memories of Michael Morris 199/10
S Slatford, John history of White Hatch, Potters Lane 199/11
S Spooner, Elizabeth (later Bird) 199/12
S Strudwick, David tenant & later owner of White Hatch 199/12
S Strudwick, John owner of White Hatch, Potters Lane 199/12
S Strudwick, Mary Ann 199/12
S Street, Hilary M, widow of Rev. Street obituary 199/13
S Strudwick, John, junior schoolteacher and local historian 199/13
S Stansfield Bros notes re vehicles by David Porter 199/15
S Street's Dairy, Send notes by David Porter 199/15
S Sendholme 199/9
S Smithy at Ripley 200/11
S Stonard, Bob article on mesolithic site 200/13
S Shaw, Mrs 1933 Boughton Hall resident 200/16
S Street's Dairy, Send letter by Dorothy Jones, nee Keene 200/19
S Smith, May reminiscences of White Hart Court 200/20
S Stuart-Wortley, the Hon Mrs description of clothing 200/4
S Send Grove home of Duchess of estminster 200/5
S Send Manor kennels visit of Duke of Kent 200/5
S Sutcliff, Rosemary re Mrs Pearse & The Georgian House 200/5
S Send church exhibition at 200/6
S Send church wood carving of by Werner Dietz 200/6
S Slatford, Bette & John history of St George's Farmhouse 200/7
S St George's Farmhouse history by John & Bette Slatford 200/7
S St Anne's Cottage, Ripley 200/8
S St James Place, Ripley 200/8
S Stevens, William tenant of St Georges farmhouse 200/8
S Secrett's Farm, Send land girl Vera Rassell memories 201/12
S Secrett, A W, of Heath Farm, Send comments by Land Girl V Rassell 201/13
S Secrett, A W, of Heath Farm, Send photo 201/14
S Saddlers Arms memories 201/2
S Send Marsh Remembered by Kyra Somerfield 201/2
S Somerfield, Kyra Send Marsh Memories 201/2
S Send Manor, Send Marsh Green postcards showing felled elms 201/3
S Send Marsh Green condition c1950 201/3
S Sandfields Estate being built 201/4
S Secrett's Farm, Send workers at 201/4
S Send Marsh Stores postcard photo 201/4
S Send School in WW2 201/4,5
S Somerfield, Nick 201/5
S Sweet Shop, Miss Bush's visitors to 201/8
S Street's Dairy, Send corrections to article 201/9
S Slatford, John article on Ruth Hill of Rose Lane 202/12
S Send Vicarage (later Cedar House) 202/2
S Slatford, John & Bette article on sale of Ripley Vicarage 202/2
S Sydenham Lodge later Ripley Vicarage 202/2
S Sydenham, Ann 202/2
S Somerfield, Kyra, nee Grace Send school teacher 202/7
S Send forge c1930 photo 203/1
S Send early history 203/11
S Send Marsh historical notes 203/11
S Send Marsh Green SRHS tour of 203/11
S Send Marsh Cottage notes on history 203/12
S Stewart, Gordon, of Send Manor notes on life and activities 203/15
S Sex, Michael notes re family and Heath family 203/16
S Slatford, John Murder in Send Article 203/2
S Shakespeare, Police Constable of Send in 1895 203/3
S Send Marsh Green letter by Les Bowerman 203/7
S Secrett, AW, of Heath Farm, Send irrigation 203/8
S Send Forge photo c1930 203/9
S Shut, Beryl poultry farm, Send Marsh 204/10
S Smith, Doreen poultry farm, Send Marsh 204/10
S Send Manor home of Gordon Stewart 204/11
S Sinclairs Farm Burnt Common 204/11
S Stewart, Gordon of Send Manor 204/11
S Steam Roller on PortsmouthRd 204/13
S Scott, the Hon Francis of Sendhurst Grange 204/6
S Sendhurst Grange article by Jane Bartlett 204/6
S Sex, Marjorie memoirs back to 1912 204/7
S Soup kitchens, Send & Ripley notes by Les Bowrman 204/7
S Strudwick, John memoirs 204/8
S Send Cricket Club, 1910 annual supper 204/9
S Sick & Poor Fund, Send 204/9
S Snow on Send & Ripley Museum photo 205/1
S Stone, William, yeoman Sarah Hale Charity 205/12
S Strange, Ted article on Barretts Garden Buildings 205/13
S Sale, Matilda owner of Sale's Laundry 205/16
S Secrett, A W pump house engine 205/2
S Snowfall, heavy, in February, 2009 205/2
S Send Forge c1930 photo 205/3
S Send Forge petrol pumps 205/4
S Send Forge c1930 names of people in photo 205/4
S Stone-age axe head & Saxon spear talk by Fred Hookins 205/6
S Steam Roller cyclists' address to 205/7
S Smith, Henry Parish charity 205/8 & 9
S Steam Roller photo 206/1
S Secrett, A W use of Gyrotiller at Send 206/10
S Send Barns Lane widened in 1962 206/10
S Stevens, Edward "Lumpy" article by Arthur Andrews 206/11
S Sex, C H & Sons mistaken identity in photo at 205/4 206/17
S St Bedes School earliest days 206/17
S St Bedes School 70th anniversary 206/18
S Send Barns Farm deed by Henry VIII 206/2
S Slatford, John article on manorial lords of S & R 206/2
S Surrey County Council Lord of the Manor of Send & Ripley 206/3
S Sex, C H &Sons article about 206/5
S Smith, H employee of C H Sex & Sons 206/5
S Stocker, Bill Send blacksmith, article about 206/5
S Send Forge 206/5,17
S Steam Roller on the Portsmouth Rd article by Ross Anderson 206/6
S Sex, Gus of Send Forge 207/10
S Sex, Michael R senior member of Sex family 207/10
S Spike, The, Warren Rd., Guildford SRHS visit to 207/10
S Scouts, Ripley Centenary celebrations 207/12
S Sandes, Beatrice de charter re Newark Priory 207/16
S Send Forge work at, and employees 207/2
S Sex, CH & Sons proprietors of Send Forge 207/2
S Stocker, Bill, at Send Forge photo 207/2
S Sapia, Filipo top mechanic at Connaughts 207/3
S Smith, H employee at Send Forge 207/3
S Send Heath fishing lakes 207/5
S Sanderson's lake 207/6
S Spooner's pond 207/6
S Slatford, John Tithe Apportionment article 208/11
S Send & Ripley vicar tithe owner 208/12
S Steere, Sarah, of Brighton tithe owner 208/12
S Sumner, Wm Holme, of Hatchlands tithe owner 208/12
S Send school playground 208/13
S School railings, Send acquisition by SRHS 208/15
S Send church BBC filming of Emma by J Austen 208/15
S Ships Timbers article by John Slatford 208/6
S Slatford, John article on Ships Timbers 208/6
S Send Heath fishing lakes notes by Les Bowerman 209/12
S Sanderson's Lake, Send article by Wm J Sanderson 209/13
S Send Post Office, Old Keep House owned by Tice family 209/3
S Smither, Sarah, of Send 209/3
S Somers, Mabel Send Post Office clerk 209/4
S Send Church lychgate built 1895 by Tice family 209/6
S Send Church Room extension built by Tices 209/6
S Send National School classrooms built by Tice family 209/6
S Snow scene, Send Marsh Green Photo Feb 20009 210/1
S Soden, Alfred & Roger of Manor Road 210/10
S Swaffield, Richard(?) 210/11
S Slatford, Bette death of 210/2
S Send Villas, Sandy Lane, Send Tice residence 210/3
S Slatford, John Article on Tices, Pt 2. 210/3
S St William Catholic Church, Send funded by Michael May 210/6
S Smithers, Audrey celebrity knitter 210/8
S Send in the Domesday Survey talk by Patrick Molineux 210/9
S SRHS 35th Anniversary Dinner report by Sheila Brown 211/11
S Send School playgrounds diefferent surfaces for boys & girls 211/13
S Slatford, Bette obituary 211/14
S Scott, the Hon Francis of Sendhurst Grange 211/2
S Sendholme & Boughton Hall by Bette Slatford & Jane Bartlett 211/2
S Sendhurst Grange Scott, the Hon Francis 211/2
S Slatford, Bette Boughton Hall & Sendholme 211/2
S Send Cricket Club at Sendholme 211/5
S Sendhurst Grange changes of use 211/6
S Stedman family at Boughton Hall, etc 211/6
S Shorter family at Boughton Hall 211/7
S Send Marsh Green Planting of Sorbus Wisley Gold tree 212/1,2
S Sorbus Wisley Gold tree Planting on Send Marsh Green 212/1,2
S Send School playgrounds letter from Sid Stanley 212/11
S Slatford, John, article by Admiral Fancourt, Part 2 212/3
S St Bede's Coronation gates article by Lionel Joseph 212/5
S St Bede's school 70th Anniversary 212/5
S Sandies bomb crater in 213/14
S Stratford Bridge 213/3
S Simpson, John, & wife Elizabeth of White Hart, formerly Waterhouse 213/4
S Stanton, Thomas of Waterhouse in Ripley 213/4
S Stratton, Sarah of White Hart, formerly Waterhouse 213/5
S Scrimshaw, Irma Ernestine owner of 5 Grove Heath North 214/12
S Shrubb, John Peyto Charles owner of Grove Heath estate 214/12
S Slatter, Sybilla Audrey Maud owner of Grove Heath estate 214/12
S Spooner, Peter article on Ripley enlistment in WW1 214/13
S Spooner, Robert WW1 Ripley soldier 214/13
S Sherman, William Henry White Hart, formerly Waterhouse 214/3
S Send School wartime memories by Jean Turner 214/6
S Smallbone family of Send wartime memories by Jean Turner 214/6
S St Bede's School wartime memories of Jean Turner 214/7
S Stanyer, Vic WW2 soldier in Send 214/7
S School, Send C of E c 1900 phto 215/1
S Shutt, Tony, Reverend article on Lychgate 215/10
S Send Conservative Association Ian Millar a supporter of 215/13
S SRHS Symposium prize for display 2010 215/2
S Surrey L H Symposium 2010 SRHS First Prize for display 215/2
S Sylvester, Revd Cyril Send Vicar 215/2
S Sanger family in WW2 215/3
S Scouts, Send photo cWW1 215/4
S Send Service Garage WW2 photo at 215/5
S Sandfields Estate Laking family one of first tenants 215/6
S Send Manor some servants 215/8
S Stewart, Gordon houses built for staff 215/8
S Sumner, Charles William 215/8
S Send Church lychgate, building and repair 215/9
S Sendholme carol-singers at 215/9
S Sendholme difficulties of staff 215/9
S Send Marsh Green under snow January 2009 photo of Corner Cott. 216/1
S Snow photo of Send Marsh Green Corner Cottage, January 2009 216/1
S Snow in December 2010 216/2
S Sculpture of Send blacksmith to commemorate forge 216/4
S Sex, C H & Sons sculpture to commemorate smithy 216/4
S Surrey Local History Symposium 2010 award to SRHS 216/7
S Swing Riots in Surrey SRHS talk by Judy Hill 216/8
S Shoesmith, Charles & Edith 216/9
S Shoesmith, Charles Victor (Peter) obituary 216/9
T Travelling salesman's account book 18th century 210/19
T Telephone box, May's Corner removal August 2004 181/11 Click here
T Tennis courts, Send Road beside Broomfields, Send road 181/14 Click here
T Talbot Hotel effect of opening railway at Woking 182/11 Click here
T Turnpike road at Ripley effect of opening railway at Woking 182/11 Click here
T Telephone box, Mays Corner photo of removal 182/5 Click here
T Temple Bicycle Club present to Mrs Harriet Dibble 183/13 Click here
T Tylers Wine store, Mays Corner 183/3 Click here
T Tennis courts in Send recalled by Pat Clack 183/7 Click here
T Tidy, Reg 183/9 Click here
T Tractor used at Heath Farm 183/9 Click here
T Tennis court next to Saddlers Arms, Send Marsh 184/10 Click here
T Traffic in Ripley in the 1950s article by John Slatford 184/13 Click here
T Titcombe, Bernard obituary by Bruce Poat 184/14 Click here
T Tokens, trade, in Surrey talk by John Theobald 184/7 Click here
T Tokens, trade, in Send & Ripley notes by John Theobald 185/10 Click here
T Titcombe, Bernard correction to obituary 185/14 Click here
T Toby Cottage Annexe recollections of Sid Stanley 185/14 Click here
T Tea rooms & cafes museum exhibition 185/15 Click here
T Tennis court of M & F Andrews, Send Marsh 185/3 Click here
T Thorburn, Mike proprietor, Walnut Tree garage, Send 185/3 Click here
T Tyson, W & M M Send pharmacists 185/3, 5 Click here Click here
T Tennis court behind Send pharmacy 185/4 Click here
T Talbot Hotel use of brick 185/8 Click here
T Timber-framed houses in Ripley 185/8 Click here
T Talbot Hotel timber-framed house 185/9 Click here
T Tea houses of Ripley by Clare McCann 186/2 et seq
T Three Frogs Cafe 186/4
T Triangle Cafe, Burnt Common 186/4
T Toby Cottage Tearooms/Restaurant 186/5
T Tannery Lane in big freeze of 1962/'63 187/11
T Tea houses of Ripley P 2 of notes on Museum Exhibition 187/2
T Tannery Lane, Lucas Cottages 188/5
T Turnpike Trusts article by Mike Knight 188/8
T Tannery Lane Prews Purrock 189/7
T Tannery Lane, Beggars Roost photo 189/9
T Tannery Lane, Daphne Cottage photo 189/9
T Tannery Lane, Nos 3 & 4 photo 189/9
T Tannery, Send brief notes by Mvais Davies 190/2
T Tedder, James & Owen Hugh 191/14
T Timmings, Marie Memories of by Brenda Dabbs 192/5
T Turner, Fred & Bill, of Rupel, Send Rd 192/9
T Talbot Hotel auction of the poorhouse 196/4
T Tedder, W H, grocer, of Ripley purchase of the poorhouse 196/4
T Tedder, W H 197/3
T Tice family of Mays Corner 197/6
T Tices yard notes by David Porter 197/6
T Turner, Florence (Peggy) obituary 198/15
T Tices yard 198/5
T Tice, Lionel notes by Pat Clack 198/6
T Turner, James R & Frances (Peggy) owners of White Hatch 199/13
T Talbot Hotel hidden stairway 200/18
T Terris, Ellanine visitor to Ripley 200/4
T Terry, Ellen visitor to Ripley 200/4
T Turner, JMW visitor to Ripley 200/4
T Thomas, Rev Morgan description 200/5
T Talbot Farm Onslow map of 1777 200/7
T Tilford Rural Life Centre Send & Ripley display 2008 201/10
T Townson, R tenant of Vintage Cottage 202/13
T Tate, Rev Charles Vicar of Ripley 202/2
T Tickner family 203/2
T Tickner, Harriet (formerly Clarke) murdered by husband 1895 203/2
T Tickner, Henry convicted of murder 1895 203/2
T Tressider, Kath (nee Townsend) 204/12
T Tar, application to London Road 204/13
T Tice, Mrs, of High St., Ripley Ripley soup kitchen 204/9
T Tinkler, Alan obituary 205/15
T Talbot Inn wall in rat-trap bond 205/5
T Thurland, Edward Lord of the Manor of Send & Ripley 206/3
T Tithe Apportionments, Send & Ripley John Slatford article 208/11
T Talbot Hotel owner the Earl of Lovelace 208/13
T Tonbridge, Kent SRHS visit 208/8
T Tyler & Co Ltd, Wine Merchants, Send Telephone: Ripley 50Y6 209/15
T Tice family, history John Slatford article 209/3
T Thurlow Villas, Sandy Lane, Send owned & built by Tice family 209/4
T Thomas, Rev Morgan Ripley vicar 210/12
T Tice family, history Part 2, by John Slatford 210/3
T Tice, Ethel Kate died aged 104 210/3
T Tratt Plastics, Carlton Works of Mays Corner 210/5
T Tylers, wine merchants of Mays Corner 210/5
T Tice, Desmond bequests under will 210/6
T Tunnell family at Boughton Hall 211/7
T Tree-planting on Send Marsh Green Sorbus Wisley Gold 212/1,2
T Uncle Tom's Cabin, Send Road Charles Covey, Landlord 212/11
T Talbot Hotel property auction at 214/3
T Trimming, Cecil W R of Footbridge House 214/6
T Turner, Jean wartime memories 214/6
T Turner, Michael wartime memories of Jean Turner 214/7
T Tice family builders of Send church lychgate 215/10
T Turner, Jean WW2 memories Pt 2 215/2
U Utworth, Walter de entry in 13th C Surrey Eyres 192/7
U Upstone family at Boughton Hall 211/7
V VE Day 60th Anniversary display at museum 182/2 Click here
V Victoria Wine store, Mays Corner 183/3 Click here
V Vine Cottage, Send Road 183/3 Click here
V VLT Paint at Send forge 183/9 Click here
V Vintage Cottage, Rose Lane crown post roof 185/8 Click here
V Vintage Cottage, Rose Lane article by John Slatford 188/14
V Vincent, Keith of Connaught Cars 191/13
V Vintage Cottage, Rose Lane photo in 2006/7 192/12
V Vision Engineering Ltd, Send Rd lease of land for Scout HQ 195/13
V Vestry, Ripley meetings in the Poorhouse 196/3
V Victoria Wine shop on Send Parade 198/4
V Visitors to Send & Ripley exhibition at Musuem 200/23
V Visitors to Send & Ripley - Exhibition notes by Jane Bartlett 200/4
V Visitors to Ripley by Clare McCann 201/6
V Vintage Cottage tenant R Townson 202/13
V Vicarage, Ripley article by John & Bette Slatford 202/2
V Visitations, Bishops' 18th Century notes by Les Bowerman 204/3
V Vine Cottages, Send Barns Lane owned by Tice family 209/3
V Vlaston, Tony & Nicole of Footbridge House 214/6
W Weyside Market Garden Polesden Lane 181/12 Click here
W Winton, Edward died in WW2 182/15 Click here
W Wood, Edward died in WW2 182/15 Click here
W Woolley, Leslie died in WW2 182/15 Click here
W World War 2 deaths in forces 182/15 Click here
W Wills & Smerdon, estate agents Goodrick-Meech taken over by 182/18 Click here
W Wartime England, children in article by Sheila Brown 182/2 Click here
W Wilson's Corner, Send Road 183/3 Click here
W Webb, Adelaide partner of Connie May 183/6 Click here
W Walnut tree at Send forge photo 183/8 Click here
W Walnut Tree Close initially proposed as Priory Fields 183/9 Click here
W Walnut Tree Garage built in early 1960s 183/9 Click here
W Walnut Tree Garage demolition of 183/9 Click here
W Wicks, Marshal & Queenie tennis players next to Saddlers Arms 184/10 Click here
W Weyburn Engineering Co. iron gates made by S H Sex & Sons 184/3 Click here
W Wilson, G Send smithy 184/4 Click here
W World War 2 production work at Send smithy 184/4 Click here
W Walnut Tree Garage 184/5 Click here
W World War 2 exhibition at White Hart Court 184/5, 11 Click here Click here
W Walnut Tree Garage recollections by Bill Tyson 185/3 Click here
W Warners Butchers later Pinnocks Cafe 186/5
W Winter, severe freeze of 1962/'63 cine film by J Jenkins, Tannery Lane 187/11
W Watsons, Bakers, Tearoom 187/4
W Weirside Tearoom, Newark 187/4
W Worsfold Gates refreshments at 187/4
W Wilson, Mrs Pauline formerly of the Mill House 187/6, 7
W Wakeman, Robert Craven formerly of the Mill House 187/7
W Warringe, John & Joan Prews Purrock 189/10
W Webber, Mr Prews Purrock 189/11
W Wills & Smerdon estate agents premises formerly Goodrick-Meech 190/15
W Wentworth Close new development 190/16
W Webb, Bert 191/12
W Wigman, Richard (Dickie) of Connaught Cars 191/13
W Westminster Bank Ltd., Ripley 191/14
W Web-site of SRHS on-line in 2006 191/4
W Winnett, Rev. curate at Send 192/10
W World War 2 Imparting memories to the young 193/10
W Watevile, Robert de entry in 13th C Eyres 194/5
W Wokeing Button article by Bob Stonard 195/6
W Warren, Violet (nee Lawrence) 196/11
W Wood, Alex obit by D Bromley & Jean Turner 196/14
W Wood, Betty 196/14
W Westbrook, William 196/2
W Workhouse, Ripley article by Jane Bartlett 196/2
W Westward Ho, Newark Lane 196/3
W Warren, Peter Lawrence family history 196/6
W Woods, G, printer 197/3
W Workhouse, Ripley 197/3
W Warren family notes on history by Pat Clack 197/5
W World War 2 Milton family experiences 197/8
W Webb, Mr butcher on Send Parade 198/4
W White Hatch, Potters Lane, Send history by John slatford 199/11
W Wartime memories of Michael Morris childhood around Potters Lane 199/8
W Wells, Jimmy, of Potters Lane 199/8
W Wyllie, Bruce obituary by Les Bowerman 200/12
W Wallis, Rosemary reminiscences of White Hart Court 200/20
W White Hart Court, Ripley closure in 2006 200/20
W Wells, HG visitor to Ripley 200/4
W Westminster, Loelia, Duchess of of Send Grove 200/5
W Whitburn, Robert brewer & entrepreneur 200/7
W Wentworth Close 200/8
W Whitburn, Clara Seminary at Elm Tree HOuse 202/2
W Woking Palace SRHS visit 202/4
W Willow Pool, The, and Barn notes on History 203/13
W Whapshott, Bob nursery at Horsley 204/12
W Wilkins, George F of Sendhurst Grange 204/6
W Webb, J & Sons, of Cartbridge bakers 204/8
W Winkworth, Mrs subscriber to Ripley soup kitchen 204/9
W Wharf laundry, Send 205/16
W Weall, Thomas Burchett Joseph Send Church-warden 1757 205/9
W World War 2 sale of pies by Maud Sex 206/17
W Winters, cold, of 1947/8 & 1962/3 206/9
W Wood, Vernon Ripley Scouts President 207/12
W Whitty's Ponds on Send Heath 207/7
W Woking & District Angling Club owners of Send Lakes 207/7
W Woking Autocar Co Ltd 208/1,9
W Websites for Send & Ripley 208/6
W Wiggins, Jack photo on Send Gravel Pit 209/14
W Woking Palace excavations 2009 209/14
W Warner, Gerald article re Collins, bakers, of Ripley 209/7
W Warner, Ruth wife of Donald Collins, Ripley baker 209/8
W Westward Ho, Newark Lane home of Donald Collins 209/8
W Wyborgh, Dolf Sweets de Landas owner of Dunsborough Park 209/9
W Warner, Brian & Gerald 210/11
W Weir, Richard 210/11