F

Walter F Wright 112 170
Corfe Castle, archaeological recording during historic fabric
consolidation work; the keep, gloriette, south-west gatehouse and outer gatehouse 131 166-167
Philanthus triangulum (Fabricus) (Hymenoptera; Sphecidae): the first Dorset records since 1829 116 162
Making Georgian Faces: concept to curation 133 9-15
The gastropod and ammonite fauna of two anomalous facies in the Inferior Oolite of Burton Cliff, South Dorset 135 189-197
The Royal Naval cordite factory at Holton Heath 133 166-170
Former Cornick's jam factory, Bridport 116 129
Hamworthy, former Pilkington's tile factory, Shapwick Road 127 152
An anonymous account of Mary Anning (1799-1847), fossil collector of Lyme Regis, Dorset, England, published in All the year round in 1865, and its attribution to Henry Stuart Fagan
(1827-1890), schoolmaster, parson and author 135 71-85
Great Dorset Steam Fair Road, near Tarrant Hinton 137 159
Middle Fairfield car park, Dorchester, SY 69000 90120 131 160-161
Dorchester, Fairfield Road 122 173
Dorchester, Fairfield Road 123 130-1
The Godwin family and William Jones: Lesser-known builders of post-fire Blandford 129 175-177
'Gone for a Burton': Thomas Arthur Burton (1842-1936), musician and composer, and his family
(from Leicestershire, Derbyshire, Cotswolds, Hampshire and Dorset) 136 38-56
The Story of Orra: William Barnes's Arctic Fantasy 127 37-42
Far from the Madding Crowd (2015), directed by Thomas Vinterberg, a review 136 12-13
Sixpenny Handley: Myncen Farm 1997 119 169-172
Sixpenny Handley: Goldfields Farm, 1998 120 114
Dorchester, land to the west and south-west of Poundbury Farm, 2000-2001 125 154-6
Dorchester, Fordington Farm, Alington Avenue 127 149
Lodge Farm and Badbury Park, Pamphill 111 112-4
Land at Barton Farm and north of Marston Road, Sherborne 133 109
Middlebere Farm, Arne 117 128
Rogershill Farm, Bere Regis 133 103
Knighton Farm, Borough of Poole 115 165
Kinson Manor Farm, Bournemouth 136 77
Middle Farm, Bridport Road, Dorchester 114 239
Knighton Farm, Canford Magna 116 119
Black Barn Farm, Chalbury 112 122
Miller's Farm, Charborough 129 189
Early medieval features at West Lear's Farm, Chard Junction Quarry, Thorncombe, Dorset 128 69-78
Dairy Farm, Charlton Marshall 117 124
Cross Farm, Church Street, Yetminster 135 203
Bucknowle Farm, Corfe Castle, 1990 112 117-9
The excavation of a medieval building at Ower Farm, Corfe Castle, and other archaeological observations at Wytch Farm oilfield, 1994 116 55-60
Stone artefacts recorded from Knitson Farm, Corfe Castle, Dorset in 1999 127 135-138
The Iron Age and Romano-British site at Bucknowle Farm, Corfe Castle 113 173-4
Norden Farm, Corfe Castle 129 187
Wytch Farm, Corfe 129 187
Human remains from Manor Farm Cottages, Litton Cheney 116 131
Brownsea Island: 1 Farm Cottages 119 173
Whitcombe, Whitcombe Farm Cottages 131 158
Penny's Farm, Cranborne 114 233
Excavations at Penny's Farm, Cranborne 122 83-97
Observations on the site of the `Two Barrows', Fordington Farm,
Dorchester, with a note on the `Conquer Barrow' 116 45-54
Middle Farm, Dorchester 111 110
Neolithic pits and a Bronze Age field system at Middle Farm, Dorchester 126 15-25
Dorey's Farm, East Holme 115 148
Dorey's Farm. East Holme 117 124
Coins and miscellaneous objects from Goldfields Farm, Farnham, near Blandford 118 151-2
Holmwood Park Farm, Ferndown 137 157
The fauna and flora of the Sunnydown Farm footprint site and associated sites: Purbeck Limestone formation, Dorset 115 181-182
Belle Vue Farm, Herston, Swanage 135 201
Excavations at High Lea Farm, Hinton Martell, Dorset: an interim report on fieldwork undertaken during 2002-3 126 160-166
Excavations at High Lea Farm, Hinton Martell, Dorset: an interim report on fieldwork undertaken during 2004-5 128 100-106
Excavations at High Lea Farm, Hinton Martell, Dorset 129 105-114
Petersham Farm, Holt 117 125
Excavations at the Town Farm House site, now The Orchard, Dean Lane, Sixpenny Handley, 1988 119 87-102
Pamphill, service room, Walnut Farm House 125 170
Sturminster Newton, Bagber Farm House 126 192
Parley Court Farm, Hurn 115 149
Penny's Farm II, Cranborne 118 139
Sixpenny Handley, Myncen Farm: interim report 1999 121 159-60
Shapwick, excavations at Badbury and Crab Farm, interim report 126 181-186
Sixpenny Handley, Goldfields Farm: interim statement, 1999 121 158-9
Kington Manor Farm, Kington Magna 117 137
New Barn Farm, Knowlton, Woodlands 137 161
Wilkswood Farm. Langton Matravers 111 114
Wareham Fishing Club, Holly Hedge Farm, Lytchett Minster 118 148
Tatnam Farm Middle School, Poole 115 149
The new Tatnam Farm Middle School, Poole 117 125
A newly recorded hilltop enclosure at Myncen Farm, Minchington 131 103-112
Waterloo Farm, Motcombe 118 148
Parley Court Farm near Christchurch 112 128
The Roman villa at Druce Farm, near Puddletown 135 209-211
Ringstead Farm, near Ringstead, Osmington 115 149
Crab Farm Neolithic enclosure 111 105
The excavation of a medieval building at Ower Farm, Corfe Castle, and other archaeological observations at Wytch Farm oilfield, 1994 116 55-60
Wytch Farm oilfield, infield flowlines, Corfe Castle and Arne 111 111
Land at Church Farm, Okeford Fitzpaine 133 107
Excavation of Neolithic and Bronze Age pits, and a section of Roman road on a pipeline near Lodge Farm, Pamphill, Dorset 111 15-29
Barford Farm, Pamphill, Kingston Lacy estate 133 107-108
A double ring ditched, Bronze Age barrow at Barford Farm, Pamphill 111 31-55
A newly discovered Roman villa at Druce Farm, Piddlehinton 133 108
Dole's Ash Farm, Piddletrenthide 111 107
Upton Country Park, Upton Park Farm, Poole 136 81-82
Manor Farm, Portesham, Dorset: excavations on a multi-period religious and settlement site 125 23-69
Druce Farm, Puddletown 134 159-160
Manor Farm Quarry, Melbury Abbas 129 188
Ringstead Farm, Ringstead 116 131
Interim Report: Druce Farm Roman villa, Puddletown 136 102-106
Druce Farm Roman villa, Puddletown 137 158-159
The Excavation of Fordington Farm Round Barrow 113 107-132
Wareham, Camp Farm, Sandford 125 163
Roman remains found at Hyde Farm, Shapwick, Kingston Lacy Estate 135 241
Myncen Farm, Sixpenny Handley, Dorset - interim report 118 155-157
Interim report on excavations at Myncen Farm, Sixpenny Handley, Dorset 1998 120 91-94
Excavations at Myncen Farm, Sixpenny Handley, Dorset, 2001 123 119
Excavations at Myncen Farm, Sixpenny Handley, Dorset: a summary report 128 53-60
Excavations at Myncen Farm, Sixpenny Handley, Dorset 122 153
The excavation of a late Bronze Age/ early Iron Age-middle Iron Age settlement at Home Field, Down Farm, Sixpenny Handley, Dorset 133 77-97
Stokeford Farm Solar, East Stoke 137 156-157
May 6, Westhay Farm (St Gabriel's) 136 190-191
Down End Farm, Stourpaine 131 155
Vearse Farm, Symondsbury, near Bridport 117 126
Highmoor Farm, Talbot Village, Poole 118 134
Manor Farm, Tarrant Monkton 113 185
Gorcombe Farm, Thornicombe, ST 87098 00649 130 206
The Roman road from Lake Farm towards Winchester 111 107
Lewell Farm, West Knighton 112 114
Brookside Farm, Wimborne Minster 115 162
A new Lateglacial open-air site at Deer Park Farm, Wimborne St Giles, Dorset 120 85-88
Stapehill Solar Farm, Wimborne 137 161
Clandon Farm, Winterborne St Martin (Martinstown) 137 161
South Dorset Ridgeway: Purlands Farm (Winterborne St Martin) to north of Tatton House (Portesham) 135 202-203
Multi-period finds from Quarleston Farm, Winterborne Stickland, 1994-5 125 147-150
Quarleston Farm, Winterborne Stickland 117 135-6
Quarleston Farm, Winterbourne Stickland 116 120
Balfour Farm, Wool 114 249
Archaeological assessment at Manor Farm, Wyke Regis, Dorset 112 123
Broome Farm, Wynford Eagle 114 250
Farmers and their ancestral tombs: a study of the inconspicuous barrows of central Dorset and their relationship with the secular landscape 121 37-47
Old Henley Farmhouse, Hilling Lane, Henley, Buckland Newton 136 77
Excavations at Wilkswood Farmhouse, Langton Matravers 118 157-159
Archaeological investigation following the discovery of a hoard of palstaves near New Inn Farmhouse, Marnhull, Dorset 112 131-138
Pamphill, Walnut Farmhouse 120 112-3
Farmland bird survey 2007 129 257-261
Woodsford, farmland 126 191
Fontmell Magna: Gore Farm 119 168
Horton: Manor Farm 119 175-7
Horton: Bramble Farm 119 175
Portesham, Corton Farm 120 105
Abbotsbury Tithe Barn and Mill Farm 120 115
Winterborne Whitechurch, Lower Farm 120 120
Pamphill, a round barrow at Old Lawn Farm 121 151
Sixpenny Handley, Myncen Farm 121 160-1
Sixpenny Handley, Goldfields Farm 122 153
Pamphill, Lodge Farm 122 162-3
Portesham, Manor Farm 122 163
Gillingham, Park Farm 122 167
Portesham, Manor Farm 122 169
Steeple, West Creech Farm 122 171
Stourpaine, Manor Farm 122 171
Thorncombe, Broadbridge Farm 122 171
Shapwick, Bishop's Court Farm 123 126-7
Shillingstone, White Pit Farm 123 130
Pimperne, Manor Farm 124 126
Wimborne, Lake Farm 124 127
Gillingham, Ham Farm 125 160
Gillingham, Park Farm 125 160
Horton, Manor Farm 125 160
Knowlton, New Barn Farm 125 160
Thorncombe, West Lear's Farm 125 162-3
Charmouth, Backlands Farm 125 163
Milborne St Andrew flood management scheme, Manor Farm 125 166
Sixpenny Handley, Down Farm 126 181
Worth Matravers, Quarr Farm 126 187
Marshwood, proposed new dwelling at Lodge House Farm 131 157
Coins and miscellaneous objects from Goldfields Farm, Farnham, near Blandford 118 151-2
Excavation of a Romano-British well at Farnham 136 107--143
Raymond Farrar 116 167-168
The macroinvertebrate fauna and environmental assessment of seven streams entering Poole harbour 137 105-117
The macroinvertebrate fauna and environmental quality of the Oakers Stream, a small tributary of the River Frome (Dorset) 130 17-24
The fauna and flora of the Sunnydown Farm footprint site and associated sites: Purbeck Limestone formation, Dorset 115 181-182
A supplement to the insect fauna from the Purbeck Group of Dorset 115 143
The macroinvertebrate fauna of a small spring-fed watercourse, the Lulworth Stream (Dorset) 124 101-107
The macroinvertebrate fauna of Luckford Lake (Dorset), a small heathland stream 119 141-145
The macroinvertebrate fauna of temporary and permanent aquatic habitats in East Stoke Fen (SSSI), Dorset 132 165-175
The macroinvertebrate fauna of the Holy Stream, a small tributary of the River Frome, Dorset 123 95-100
The gastropod and ammonite fauna of two anomalous facies in the Inferior Oolite of Burton Cliff, South Dorset 135 189-197
The Inferior Oolite at Coombe Quarry, near Mapperton, Dorset, and a new Middle Jurassic ammonite faunal
horizon, Aa-3b, Leioceras comptocostosum n.biosp. in the Scissum Zone of the Lower Aalenian 130 99-132
Inferior Oolite (Middle Jurassic) hardgrounds and the associated faunas
at Coombe Quarry, Mapperton, near Beaminster, Dorset 130 149-153
Stephen Cranston Roberts MA FCA (1945-2004) 126 231-232
Mary Bridget Featherstonehaugh Frampton MBE, 1928-2014 136 186
Two mid-Saxon grain dryers and later mediaeval features at Chantry Field, Gillingham, Dorset 114 97-126
Excavation of Neolithic and Bronze Age features at the Thomas Hardye (formerly Castleford) School, Coburg Road, Dorchester, 1994 122 73-82
Early medieval features at West Lear's Farm, Chard Junction Quarry, Thorncombe, Dorset 128 69-78
Burton Bradstock, eroding features on Burton Cliff 131 159
The Fir Tree Field shaft: the date and archaeological potential of a Chalk swallowhole feature 120 25-37
A short note on the great immigration of February 2004 126 220-221
Feeding habits of Caturus and new evidence of coleoid distribution from the Kimmeridge Clay of Dorset 115 179-181
An Anglo-Saxon felon at Maiden Castle? 130 213-215
The macroinvertebrate fauna of temporary and permanent aquatic habitats in East Stoke Fen (SSSI), Dorset 132 165-175
The Sea Fencibles in Dorset 131 53-63
Hengistbury Head, new fencing 127 152
Langmoor, Ferndown 114 248
Dudsbury Road, Ferndown 115 148
Holmwood Park, Ferndown 136 79
Holmwood Park Farm, Ferndown 137 157
Ferrybridge, Portland Road, Wyke Regis, Weymouth 117 127
Festoon Mantlepiece (1857-1859) 118 162
Beaver, Castor fiber L. from offshore peat beds near Abbotsbury 123 110
Sturminster Newton, Fiddleford Manor 126 193
New quarry, Sea Spray Field, Acton, Langton Matravers 129 190
Quarry extension, Blacklands Field, Acton, Langton Matravers 129 190
Home Field, Acton, Langton Matravers 133 106-107
Keates Quarry, Home Field, Acton, Langton Matravers 135 199
Lewis Quarry, Home Field, Acton, Langton Matravers 135 199
Blandford army camp, field A 117 123
Charminster, Forston Field Bottom 126 195-196
Blandford army camp, field B 117 123
The excavation of a late Bronze Age/ early Iron Age-middle Iron Age settlement at Home Field, Down Farm, Sixpenny Handley, Dorset 133 77-97
Sydling St Nicholas, South Field Down 125 169
Two mid-Saxon grain dryers and later mediaeval features at Chantry Field, Gillingham, Dorset 114 97-126
Field meeting reports 2006 128 180-183
Field meeting reports 2007 129 251-257
Field meeting reports 2011 133 138-143
Field meeting reports 2014 136 189--193
Field meeting reports 135 352-355
Field meetings 2002 124 161-164
Field Meetings 2003 125 202-7
Field meetings 2004 126 221-223
Field Meetings 2005 127 189-192
Society field meetings 2008 131 184-191
Society field meetings 2009 131 191-197
Society field meetings 132 203-208
The Fir Tree Field shaft: the date and archaeological potential of a Chalk swallowhole feature 120 25-37
Field Survey and Excavation on Worgret Heath, 1990 113 33-40
Bradford Abbas: a field survey of the prehistory 114 77-88
Neolithic pits and a Bronze Age field system at Middle Farm, Dorchester 126 15-25
Field visits 134 260
County Boundary Survey field visits 136 198-201
Football field, Worth Matravers, excavations 2006-8 130 211-213
Football field, Worth Matravers 133 114
A medieval site in Gillingham, Dorset: further excavations at Chantry Fields 1999 123 23-49
The `Enclosure' of Fordington Fields and the development of Dorchester, 1874-1903 117 5-14
Excavations at the Waitrose supermarket site, Chantry Fields, Gillingham, Dorset 1991-2 114 127-144
Chantry Fields, Gillingham 117 137
Curtis Fields, land south of Chickerell Road, Weymouth 136 83-84
Curtis Fields, land to the south of Chickerell Road, Weymouth 137 160
The lost community of Gore Fields 137 46-56
Norman Field 114 284-285
Iwerne Courtney or Shroton, Church Field 122 168
Fieldwork and excavation on the Dorchester Roman aqueduct, summer 1993 115 152-3
Fieldwork and excavation on the Dorchester Roman aqueduct, summer 1994 116 123-5
Fieldwork and excavation on the Dorchester Roman aqueduct 114 239-240
Fieldwork and excavations at Portesham 117 133
Excavations and fieldwork on the Dorchester Roman aqueduct 1996 118 139-143
Excavations and fieldwork on the Dorchester Roman aqueduct 117 128-131
Excavations at High Lea Farm, Hinton Martell, Dorset: an interim report on fieldwork undertaken during 2002-3 126 160-166
Excavations at High Lea Farm, Hinton Martell, Dorset: an interim report on fieldwork undertaken during 2004-5 128 100-106
Crockerford, Fifehead Magdalen 111 118
Two fifteenth century gold rings from Holdith Court, Thorncombe 113 184
The topography of Dorchester in the fifteenth century 117 21-50
Quarry locations transposed: a correction to Ensom 2010 fig.1 132 187-188
Two Bronze Figurines of Iron Age date from Dorset 113 186-7
April 26, Filcombe Wood (Chideock) and St Gabriel's Wood (St Gabriel's) 136 189-190
West View filling station, Charminster Road, Bournemouth 115 147
Twelve Men Way, Dorchester - a lost placename finally located 124 117
An unusual find from the Kimmeridge shale quarries 132 215-216
Bronze Age finds at Warmwell Quarry, West Knighton 115 158-60
Multi-period finds from Quarleston Farm, Winterborne Stickland, 1994-5 125 147-150
Further finds from Rope Lake Hole, Kimmeridge 114 251-2
Two finds from the wreck of the Halsewell 1786 128 185-186
Finds reported to the Portable Antiquities Scheme 2012 134 162
Finds reported to the Portable Antiquities Scheme in 2006 128 133-136
Finds reported to the Portable Antiquities Scheme in 2007 129 193-194
Finds reported to the Portable Antiquities Scheme in 2009 132 177-178
Finds reported to the Portable Antiquities Scheme in 2010 and 2011 133 99-100
Finds reported to the Portable Antiquities Scheme 130 219-221
The other finds 136 124
Roman finds 136 176-181
The Fir Tree Field shaft: the date and archaeological potential of a Chalk swallowhole feature 120 25-37
Sources of bricks used to rebuild Blandford Forum after the fire of 1731 128 9-15
Former fire station, Bridport 117 123
Former fire station, Dorchester 133 105
New fire station, Marshes End, Poole 129 190
The Old Fire Station, South Street, Bridport 118 138
Dorchester, land to the rear of the Old Fire Station, Trinity St, SY 6914 9041, multi-period 130 208
Charmouth, The Old Fire Station 125 163
Lawrence of Arabia's fire tank/ swimming pool at Clouds Hill, Dorset 121 142-145
The Magna Mortalitas of the Iater seventh century in Dorset: Aldhelm first
bishop of Sherborne, Saints Peter and Paul, and a possible eye-witness account 131 19-26
Philanthus triangulum (Fabricus) (Hymenoptera; Sphecidae): the first Dorset records since 1829 116 162
An early Iron Age hilltop settlement at Heron Grove, Sturminster Marshall, Dorset: first excavation report 115 63-70
The first publication of William Barnes's dialect poems in the `Dorset County Chronicle' 129 178-180
All'Antica ornament during the first Renaissance in England: the case of the Draper chapel at Christchurch Priory 129 25-37
The first reports of Erythromma viridulum (Small Red-eyed Damselfly) during 2006 128 180
Dorset County Boundary Survey, a first report 128 137-138
Dorchester, Damers First School and Poundbury 127 148
Poole, new First School, Blandford Road, Hamworthy 125 161
Dorchester First School 115 152
Some observations recording the occurrence and colonization by Odonata during the first
seven years of a newly-created pond's existence (April-October 2004-10) on Bank Gate Heath on the Arne nature reserve of the RSPB at Arne, near Wareham, Dorset 137 118-128
Dorset limekilns: a first survey 115 33-49
Mammals recorded for the first time from the Intermarine Member (Durlston Formation), Purbeck Limestone Group (Lower Cretaceous), of Dorset 121 166-167
Cold Harbour first time sewerage, Bere Road, Wareham 136 83
A first-century Roman copper-alloy portrait bust from Tarrant Rushton 137 167-172
Wareham Fishing Club, Holly Hedge Farm, Lytchett Minster 118 148
John Fitzgerald Pennie - `Sylvaticus' (1782-1848) 118 7-12
Christchurch, 49 Fitzmaurice Road 126 194
The Kimmeridge Clay of the Darknoll Brook, Okeford Fitzpaine, Dorset 112 99-103
Land at Church Farm, Okeford Fitzpaine 133 107
Caught on camera: five Dorset prisoners in Victorian England 134 24-37
Lithostratigraphic sections through the Purbeck Limestone Group (Tithonian-Berriasian) at five
Regionally Important Geological/ Geomorphological Sites (RIGS) on the Isle of Purbeck, and at Bacon Hole near West Lulworth, Dorset, Southern England 131 127-144
A Hanseatic flagon from Chesil Bay 114 250-1
Oyster Lumachelles in the Fleet, Dorset 127 87-94
Numbers of Mute Swans on the Fleet lagoon, Dorset, UK, AD 1808-2008, and their likely effects on nutrient loadings 130 175-182
Underwater light-trapping of mobile invertebrates in the Fleet lagoon, Dorset 136 30-37
Recording a hulked vessel in the Fleet 123 111
The draining of the Fleet 124 35-43
Mammals of Chesil Beach and the Fleet 134 38-42
Insect-bearing horizons in the type Purbeck and new Purbeck Wealden flies (Diptera) 119 135-140
A polished flint axe from Toller Porcorum 118 154
Worked Portland chert and flint from Tidmoor Point 111 105
A burnt flint site and flint implements from Chettle 113 168
Deposits of colluvium and burnt flint in the Frome valley, Frampton, Dorchester 113 167
A burnt flint site and flint implements from Chettle 113 168
Symondsbury, excavation of prehistoric flints at Thorncombe Beacon 126 186-187
Two round barrows and flintwork on Pound Hill, Winterbourne Steepleton, Dorset 111 120-121
Hamworthy, Hamworthy Park, flood defences 126 189
Milborne St Andrew flood management scheme, Manor Farm 125 166
Severe drought and exceptional summer flooding: consequences for the South Winterborne macroinvertebrates 135 165-166
Medieval floor tile from Shaftesbury 111 112
Mediaeval floor-tile from Shaftesbury 112 123
Decorated floor-tile from Sherborne 117 142
Decorated floor-tile from Winterborne Came 112 123
Lost or hidden? Medieval floor-tiles in the church of St Mary, Hermitage 134 103-105
A miscellany of medieval floor-tiles 132 181-182
A comparison of the verge flora of a section of the Arne Road, Wareham, Dorset 127 101-110
The fauna and flora of the Sunnydown Farm footprint site and associated sites: Purbeck Limestone formation, Dorset 115 181-182
Some effects of habitat change on the Dorset flora 111 99-104
Wytch Farm oilfield, infield flowlines, Corfe Castle and Arne 111 111
Archaeological investigation following the discovery of a hoard of palstaves near New Inn Farmhouse, Marnhull, Dorset 112 131-138
Stagg's Folly engineer's tip A37 road improvement, Sydling St Nicholas 113 168
The font at Melbury Bubb: an interpretation 111 128-129
Fontmell Down, Dorset: land-use, landscape and land management: the land snail evidence 120 89-91
Water pipe trench, Cross-ridge Dyke, Fontmell Down 119 175
Fontmell Magna: Gore Farm 119 168
A temporary section in the Gault at Fontmell Magna, North Dorset 112 95-97
Church Close, Fontmell Magna 116 130
Selection of testate amoebae (Protozoa, Rhizopoda) as food
by tanypodine midge larvae (Chironomidae: Diptera; non-biting midges) in a Dorset stream 131 153-154
Forty Foot Way, Bridport, SY 46221 90507 130 206
Football field, Worth Matravers, excavations 2006-8 130 211-213
Football field, Worth Matravers 133 114
New footbridge, Sandsfoot Castle gardens, Weymouth 129 192
Excavation of c. eighteenth-century wall footings at Hive Beach, Burton Bradstock 135 237-240
Dinosaur footprint records for the Purbeck Limestone Group, Dorset, since 1981 116 151-152
The fauna and flora of the Sunnydown Farm footprint site and associated sites: Purbeck Limestone formation, Dorset 115 181-182
Keates' Quarry dinosaur footprint site 119 185-186
Dinosaur footprints in the Purbeck Limestone Group (?Upper Jurassic - Lower Cretaceous) of southern England 116 77-104
Dorchester, C12 Loders to Sun Inn footway/ cycleway 125 164
Occurrence of Foraminifera in the Portland Stone formation (Portlandian, Upper Jurassic) of Holworth 115 178-179
August 6, Ebblake to Whitefield Bottom (Alderholt and Edmondsham (Dorset), Fordingbridge and Ellingham (Hants)) 136 200-201
The Revd Henry Moule, cholera and Fordington 1854 131 35-37
Dorchester, 16 High Street, Fordington CSO 125 165
Excavations of Coburg Road and Weymouth Road, Fordington, Dorchester, Dorset 1988-9 114 19-45
Dorchester, Fordington Farm, Alington Avenue 127 149
Observations on the site of the `Two Barrows', Fordington Farm, Dorchester, with a note on the `Conquer Barrow' 116 45-54
The Excavation of Fordington Farm Round Barrow 113 107-132
The `Enclosure' of Fordington Fields and the development of Dorchester, 1874-1903 117 5-14
Court House cellar, 6 Fordington Green, Dorchester 128 129
Proposed residential development at 3 Fordington Green, Dorchester 128 129
Dorchester, 3 Fordington High Street (Noah's Ark) 125 164-5
Dorchester, old foundry site, Fordington High Street 120 103
Weymouth Avenue, Fordington 111 118-9
The decline of Holt Forest, Chase and Park, Wimborne Minster, Dorset, in the 17th century (Mansel-Pleydell prize) 129 1-16
The building stones of Dorset, part 4: the northern parishes which use Forest Marble and Cornbrash limestones 117 95-100
Building stones of Dorset, part 3. Inferior Oolite, Forest
Marble, Cornbrash and Corallian Limestone 116 61-70
Small Reptiles and Amphibians from the Forest Marble (Middle Jurassic) of Dorset 113 201-2
Hitherto unnoticed tree remains from the submerged forests at Bournemouth and Charmouth 122 125-127
Dewlish, Forge Cottage 120 102
Dewlish, Forge Cottage 121 161
Forgecroft, Puddletown Road, Wareham, SY 8729 9014 131 155
'Pretending to be seafaring men': vagrancy law and forgery
with special reference to eighteenth-century Dorset 133 1-8
Cerne Abbas, The Old Forge 124 127
Powerstock, land adjacent to the Old Forge 126 195
The Lymiad: a poem in the form of letters from Lyme to a friend at Bath, written during the autumn of 1818, edited by John Fowles and John Constable 133 178-179
The fauna and flora of the Sunnydown Farm footprint site and associated sites: Purbeck Limestone formation, Dorset 115 181-182
A new vertebrate trackway from the Intermarine Member, Purbeck Limestone Formation, Dorset 115 183-184
An unusual tool-mark in the Purbeck Limestone Formation, Durlston Bay, Dorset 115 185
Halite Pseudomorphs from the Cherty Freshwater Member (Purbeck Limestone Formation) of Lulworth Cove, Dorset 113 195-6
Fossil cephalopod jaws from the Charmouth Mudstone Formation of South Somerset 133 117-125
Occurrence of Foraminifera in the Portland Stone formation (Portlandian, Upper Jurassic) of Holworth 115 178-179
Mammals recorded for the first time from the Intermarine Member (Durlston Formation),
Purbeck Limestone Group (Lower Cretaceous), of Dorset 121 166-167
A fossil tree trunk in the Intermarine Member, Durlston Formation,
Purbeck Limestone Group of Dorset, southern England 130 183-187
Conchostracans from the Intermarine Member, Durlston Formation,
Purbeck Limestone Group of Dorset, southern England 130 234-236
A preliminary note on the discovery of a fossil turtle in the Portland Stone Formation
(Upper Jurassic), Isle of Portland, Dorset 132 189-190
New records of unionacean bivalves from the Wessex Formation
(Wealden Group, Lower Cretaceous) of Swanage Bay, Dorset 118 167-168
Research in progress: Biostratinomic investigations of shell beds in the Purbeck formation 117 154-155
Late Iron Age and Romano-British burials and associated activity at the former
allotments, Church Knapp, Wyke Regis, Weymouth 129 115-126
Former Cornick's jam factory, Bridport 116 129
Former fire station, Bridport 117 123
Former fire station, Dorchester 133 105
The former Foster's School site, Tinney's Lane, Sherborne 117 125-6
Former gasworks site, North St, Wareham, SY 92225 87823 130 207
Dorchester: former Hardye's School, Barnes Way 119 160
Dorchester: former Maud Road School 119 160
Excavations at former Milldown School, Blandford Forum, Dorset, 2015 137 219-231
Former Milldown School, Blandford Forum 137 155
Wimborne former model town 113 183
Former Olds garage, Bridport Road, Dorchester, SY 6845 9058 131 160
Hamworthy, former Pilkington's tile factory, Shapwick Road 127 152
Former Royal Mail sorting office, Wick Lane, Christchurch 136 78
Excavations at the former site of the Wimborne Model Town 1991 114 145-150
Excavation of Neolithic and Bronze Age features at the Thomas Hardye (formerly
Castleford) School, Coburg Road, Dorchester, 1994 122 73-82
The Dorset county boundary at Biddlesgate, between the parishes of Cranborne (Dorset) and Damerham (Hampshire from 1885; formerly Wiltshire) 135 325-333
Forston Water Treatment Works (WTW) to St Catherine's Reservoir, Forston, Charminster 136 77
Forston Water Treatment Works, Forston, Charminster 137 155-156
Charminster, Forston Field Bottom 126 195-196
Forston Water Treatment Works, Forston, Charminster 137 155-156
Forston Water Treatment Works (WTW) to St Catherine's Reservoir, Forston, Charminster 136 77
Forston WTW, Charminster, SY 66690 94947, period: Roman, Late Iron Age 130 208
The National Trust acquires the hill fort at Hambledon Hill NNR, North Dorset 136 196-117
Weymouth, Nothe Fort 125 170
Osmington, Upton Fort 126 190
Forty Foot Way, Bridport, SY 46221 90507 130 206
Sources of bricks used to rebuild Blandford Forum after the fire of 1731 128 9-15
St Leonard's chapel, Blandford Forum, an archaeological evaluation of the structural foundations (interim statement) 113 180
Blandford Forum, Bryanston School 126 193
Excavations at former Milldown School, Blandford Forum, Dorset, 2015 137 219-231
Blandford Forum, RSS Blandford 136 77
Blandford Forum, West Street 120 102
Blandford Forum, West Street 127 149
Blandford Camp, Blandford Forum 129 189
RSS Blandford, Blandford Forum 131 155
Former Milldown School, Blandford Forum 137 155
Fossil beetles (Insecta: Coleoptera) from the Purbeck Limestone Group of Dorset - a preliminary report 121 107-112
Fossil cephalopod jaws from the Charmouth Mudstone Formation of South Somerset 133 117-125
An account of Mary Anning (1799-1847), fossil collector of Lyme Regis, Dorset, England, published by Henry Rowland Brown (1837-1921) in the second edition (1859) of Beauties of Lyme Regis 135 62-70
An anonymous account of Mary Anning (1799-1847), fossil collector of Lyme Regis, Dorset, England, published in All the year round in 1865, and its attribution to Henry Stuart Fagan (1827-1890), schoolmaster, parson and author 135 71-85
A token found at Lyme Regis, Dorset, England, apparently associated with Mary Anning (1799-1847), fossil collector 136 63--67
A problematic fossil from the Cherty Freshwater Member, Purbeck Limestone Group, Swanage, Dorset 128 139-141
A problematic fossil from the Cherty Freshwater Member, Purbeck Limestone Group 129 217
Kulindrichnus: a hitherto unrecorded trace fossil from the Kimmeridge Clay, Kimmeridge, Dorset 115 182
Fossil heteropteran bugs from the Purbeck Limestone Group of Dorset 120 73-75
New fossil insect records from the Purbeck of Dorset and the Wealden of the Weald 118 119-124
A provisional checklist of fossil insects from the Purbeck Beds of Dorset 114 175-179
New records of Purbeck fossil insects 116 146-150
The trace fossil Kulindrichnus sp. from the Kimmeridge Clay of Dorset 127 155-155
A fossil tree trunk in the Intermarine Member, Durlston Formation, Purbeck Limestone Group of Dorset, southern England 130 183-187
Fossil trees in the Intermarine Member, Purbeck Limestone Group (Lower Cretaceous), near Langton Matravers, Dorset 132 187
A preliminary note on the discovery of a fossil turtle in the Portland Stone Formation (Upper Jurassic), Isle of Portland, Dorset 132 189-190
The Steve Etches collection of Kimmeridge Clay fossils: a Jurassic jewel on the Jurassic Coast 135 160-164
Exceptional fossils from the Intermarine Member, Purbeck Limestone Group 129 217-219
New insect fossils from the Lower Lias (Lower Jurassic) of West Dorset 135 181-188
Derived fossils from the Unio Member, Purbeck Limestone Group, of Southern England 127 159-160
Foster's School, Sherborne 115 150
The former Foster's School site, Tinney's Lane, Sherborne 117 125-6
New foul drain, All Saints' Church, Wyke Regis, Weymouth 128 132
Roman remains found at Hyde Farm, Shapwick, Kingston Lacy Estate 135 241
A token found at Lyme Regis, Dorset, England, apparently associated with Mary Anning (1799-1847), fossil collector 136 63--67
The Halstock Mosaic found in 1817 113 133-138
St Leonard's chapel, Blandford Forum, an archaeological evaluation of the structural foundations (interim statement) 113 180
Anglo-Saxon Abbey Shaftesbury - Bectun's Base or Alfred's Foundation 113 23-32
Hendrick de Keyser, Nicholas Stone, Inigo Jones and the founding of the modern Portland stone industry 133 33-36
Dorchester, old foundry site, Fordington High Street 120 103
An identification of four casts of heads of hanged men in the Dorset County Museum (Mansel-Pleydell prize) 122 45-51
The macro-invertebrates of fourteen West Dorset ponds (Mansel-Pleydell prize essay) 114 221-226
The Lymiad: a poem in the form of letters from Lyme to a friend at Bath, written during the autumn of 1818, edited by John Fowles and John Constable 133 178-179
John Fowles and Lyme Regis 127 197-201
Tile fragment from Dorchester 117 141
The Sheridans at Frampton Court 132 73-79
Deposits of colluvium and burnt flint in the Frome valley, Frampton, Dorchester 113 167
Frampton House, Frampton Park 136 79-80
Mary Bridget Featherstonehaugh Frampton MBE, 1928-2014 136 186
Frampton House, Frampton Park 136 79-80
Tregonwell Frampton: the Dorset dimension 122 21-25
The `Frampton Villa', Maiden Newton 116 133-135
Eileen Frances Marie Dickson (née Legge), 1920-2015 137 271
New French drain, St Nicholas Church, Sydling St Nicholas 129 191
Barracks in Dorset during the French Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars 111 9-14
Song frequency of the Nightjar 112 161
Freshwater biological monitoring of the Furzebrook Stream (south Dorset) using macroinvertebrates 118 125-131
Freshwater macroinvertebrate communities of coastal streams in Dorset 125 131-139
Halite Pseudomorphs from the Cherty Freshwater Member (Purbeck Limestone Formation) of Lulworth Cove, Dorset 113 195-6
A problematic fossil from the Cherty Freshwater Member, Purbeck Limestone Group, Swanage, Dorset 128 139-141
A problematic fossil from the Cherty Freshwater Member, Purbeck Limestone Group 129 217
A mediaeval gold ring from Friar Waddon, Portesham 114 252
The Lymiad: a poem in the form of letters from Lyme to a friend
at Bath, written during the autumn of 1818, edited by John Fowles and John Constable 133 178-179
`This frightful blasphemous sect': apocalyptic millenarians in Victorian Dorset 114 13-18
Dame Elisabeth Frink and Alex Csáky 115 202-203
'For Christ and Conscience Sake': The story behind Elisabeth Frink's memorial to the Dorset Martyrs 134 1-11
Marsh Frog Pelophylax ridibunda (Pallas, 1771) (Amphibia, Ranidae) in Dorset 131 171-172
Frog spawn, a harbinger of Spring? 126 225-226
The environmental quality of the Bovington stream and its effects on the adjacent river Frome
(Dorset), assessed with macroinvertebrate data 121 123-128
The macroinvertebrate fauna of the Holy Stream, a small tributary of the River Frome, Dorset 123 95-100
The macroinvertebrate fauna and environmental quality of the Oakers Stream, a small tributary of the River Frome (Dorset) 130 17-24
Frome House, Wareham 133 111
Further monitoring of A37 road improvements near the Clay Pigeon café, Frome St Quintin 116 130
Deposits of colluvium and burnt flint in the Frome valley, Frampton, Dorchester 113 167
Frome Valley winter bird survey 135 350-351
Frome Valley winter bird survey 136 194-195
4 Frome View, Bradford Peverell 116 119
Frome Whitfield, Stinsford 114 238
Stinsford, Dorchester showground, Coker's Frome 122 174
22 Front Street, Portesham 116 131
Portesham, 13 Front Street, SY 6030 8592 116 130
Portesham: Front Street 119 161-2
Portesham, 22 Front Street 126 190
World War II: Dorset and the Home Front 133 161-162
Alan Tom Swindall MRICS, FRTPI, Hon. ALI (1924-2005) 127 202-203
James Stevens Cox FSA, 1910-1997 119 213-215
Cecil John Bailey FSA (1914-2004) 127 195-197
Nail Fungus Poronia punctata in Dorset, 1999 to 2005: population changes and ecological observations 127 95-99
Observations concerning the ecology of Nail Fungus Poronia punctata, recently rediscovered in Dorset 121 129-132
The Great Eastern Number 1 funnel revealed at Sutton Poyntz 124 116
An item of Roman coopered furniture from Dorchester 123 117
Further archaeological investigations near Cleavel Point, Ower peninsula, Corfe Castle, Dorset 113 174
Further borderland parishes of North Dorset 130 228-232
A further examination of the Subfurcatum Zone (Middle Jurassic; Upper Bajocian) of North Dorset 113 196-8
A medieval site in Gillingham, Dorset: further excavations at Chantry Fields 1999 123 23-49
Further finds from Rope Lake Hole, Kimmeridge 114 251-2
Michael Millgate and Keith Wilson (eds), The collected letters of Thomas Hardy, volume VIII: further letters 135 335-336
Further monitoring of A37 road improvements near the Clay Pigeon café, Frome St Quintin 116 130
Further observations on Dormice in Dorset 125 125-129
Further records of Dorset quaternary mammals 119 186-188
Freshwater biological monitoring of the Furzebrook Stream (south Dorset) using macroinvertebrates 118 125-131
Furzey Island 115 161
Poole Harbour, Furzey Island 125 171

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