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118, 1980369Fishbones from Excavations at Tanyard Lane, Steyning 1977Archaeological noteMagnifying glass image
123, 1985259Anglo-Saxon Burials on Steyning Round HillArchaeological noteMagnifying glass image
123, 1985262A Stone Box and Two Pieces of Oak Found in Steyning ChurchArchaeological noteMagnifying glass image
125, 1987225Two Flint Hand Axes from the Lower Greensand Ridge, SteyningArchaeological noteMagnifying glass image
125, 1987252A New Site for Steyning’s Port?Historical noteMagnifying glass image
125, 1987255No 39 High Street, SteyningHistorical noteMagnifying glass image
126, 1988252The Old Workhouse, Mouse Lane, SteyningHistorical noteMagnifying glass image
129, 1991251An 'Image of Lust’ on Steyning Church?Historical noteMagnifying glass image
6, 1853111Notice of the Early History of Steyning and its ChurchSAC ArticleMagnifying glass image
8, 1856132Extracts from the Steyning Church-BookSAC ArticleMagnifying glass image
10, 1858100Sele Priory, and some Notice of the Carmelite Friars at New Shoreham, and the Secular Canons at SteyningSAC ArticleMagnifying glass image
22, 18701Steyning and West Grinstead Churches, and the Ancient Castle of KneppSAC ArticleMagnifying glass image
34, 1886127Genealogical Memoranda relating to the Family of White, of Horsham, Steyning, Shipley, and Cowfold, Co Sussex, of Mitcham, Croydon and Reigate, Co Surrey, and of London, with PedigreeSAC ArticleMagnifying glass image
38, 189299Pedigree and Genealogical Memoranda Relating to the Family of Pellatt, of Steyning, etc (Part 1 - concluded in SAC Vol 38)SAC ArticleMagnifying glass image
39, 189455Pedigree and Genealogical Memoranda Relating to the Family of Pellatt, of Steyning, etc (Part 2, concluded from SAC Vol 38)SAC ArticleMagnifying glass image
42, 1899111Steyning Marriages, etc, during the Commonwealth, 1653 to 1658SAC ArticleMagnifying glass image

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