Our intention is to offer access to papers that have been written on sites in Epsom and Ewell for general dissemination. This is a work in progress and more will be added in due course.
Prehistoric and Roman Settlement in
Reigate Road, Ewell: fieldwork conducted
by Tom K Walls 1945-52
with contributions by
Kay Hartley, Pat Nicholaysen, Rosemary Powers and David Williams
This article was published in Surrey Archaeological Collections, Vol. 88, 2001 (pages 1-42) and is reproduced here by kind permission of Surrey Archaeological Society and the author. It may only be used for teaching and research purposes and may not be reproduced for any other purpose without prior consent.
Gazetteer of Romano-British Archaeological Finds
Charles Abdy and Graham Bierton
This gazetteer was published in Surrey Archaeological Collections, Vol. 84, 1997 (pages123-141) and is reproduced here by kind permission of Surrey Archeological Society and the authors. It may be used for teaching and research purposes and may not be reproduced for any other purpose without prior consent.
In July 1976, the Nonsuch Antiquarian Society decided to excavate a small area at the end of the garden of the house known as ‘Woodgate’, London Road, Ewell, as it backs on to the north-west boundary of the extension to the churchyard at the point at which earlier excavations had taken place. Although a scatter of Roman material was found, no structure of any kind was uncovered.
This archive report was written by the author, who did not take part in the excavation, 19 years after the event in order to draw together the records. It is published here with her permission and may be used for teraching and research purpose and may not be reproduced for any othe purpose without prior consent.
St Mary's No.5 Churchyard, Ewell (ECY00)
An Archival Report
An excavation took place in the field adjacent to Churchyard no. 4 in Ewell village in 2000, led by Professor Clive Orton. Whilst this field was named No.5 Churchyard in 2000 it is the same site as Church Meadow (excavated 2012-14). You can access the archival report through the links below: