A history of Chart Park mansion and the estate’s development £6.50
The history of the Deepdene mansion & estate 1400 to the 1990s.
The story of William Mullins, whose house is the last house of a Pilgrim Father left in England £2.50
The personal reminiscences of Vaughan Williams, who resided in Dorking from 1929 to 1951. £6.00
The story of Dorking’s Pippbrook Estate/House from the 14th century to 2015.
64 pp £5.00
The history of the network of caves that run underneath the centre of Dorking.
28 pages, £2.50
A history of the development of railways in Dorking.
Life in a mid-nineteenth century market town
The story of a Victorian mansion which later became the site of penicillin development £5.00
An illustrated history of Pixham village and its people
The story of a medieval farm’s development into a modern residential estate
An account of correspondence in the 1880s between a Pixham family nurse and the mother in Kensington
12 pp, £1.40
An illustrated history of Dorking from early settlement to modern times
124 pp £5.00
Other local history books are available from the Dorking Museum
Books by Kathy Atherton
Including: ” The Lost Villages: a history of the Holmwoods”; “The Museum Guide to Dorking”; and “Dorking in the Great War”