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CONTENTS Report of Proceedings for 1948 Statement of Accounts for 1948 Officers and List of Members .

Report of the Council for the year ended 31s/ December, 1948 The Council of the Surrey Arch^ological Society has much pleasure in presenting its Ninety-fourth Annual Report, with the Accounts for the Year 1948. — Volume XLIX of the Collections was issued to members during January. It should be noted tliat the docu- ments are still technically in the custody of the Guildford Diocesan Registrar, 1, The Sanctuary, Westminster, S. I., to whom applications should be made for permission to inspect records.

AND I DECLARE that the receipt of the Treasurer or other proper officer of the said Society shall be a complete discharge therefor." The Honorary Editor will be glad to receive contributions of county interest, either in article form or as notes, with appropriate illustration. Articles : Romano-British Cemeteries at Haslemere and Charterhouse. Holmes The Fourth Century Romano-British Pottery Kihis at Overwey TUford. Clark Investigations on Walton Heath and Banstead Common. Two trenches, about 20 feet apart, were dug across it, and it was found to be 21 feet wide between two small side ditches. It seems probable that these roads formed part of a planned "grid" of roads (a suggestion which is supported by finds of pieces of roads and of ditches on other sites at Ewell), but they do not appear to have been in use for any great length of time. On the northern side of the site a well-preserved Roman road, similar in construction to that found on the nearby Purberry Shot site, but running almost at right- angles to it, was encountered. For many years they had been stored at South wark Cathedral, and since 1905 in an underground room there. At his instance the Society investigated the condition of the records, and was finally able to arrange for their transfer to the Southwark Public Library, which generously provided accommodation. — The following were held during the year: — Visits th April. — These records, which relate to the wlujle of the old geographical county, were transferred entirely to the new Diocese of Guildford in 1927. Everard found the bundles of Parish Register Transcripts only partially sorted and in some cases covered with mildew. At the end of the day some of the members walked over to see the Elizabethan House, "Great Fosters," at Egham.

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