Local history talk; An Overflowing In-tray; The Hampshire Magistrate, 1800-1850

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An Overflowing In-tray’; The Hampshire Magistrate, 1800-1850

David Taylor, a retired teacher, will explain how he used the Reverend Robert Wright (1772-1850), a prolific member of the Hampshire bench, as a lens through which to explore the work of a county magistrate between 1800 and 1850. In doing so he will also highlight the sources and methods of research employed to bring a local history project to fruition.

David published his book ‘Life and times of Reverend Robert Wright 1772-1850’ in 2019

This is a talk co-organised by Hampshire Archives Trust and the Hampshire Field Club Local History Section


Event Details


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Date/Time
30/03/2021
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Speaker
David Taylor, former teacher and author of Life and times of Revd Robert Wright 1772-1850.

Location


Organisation Details


Organisation(s) title(s)
Hampshire Archives Trust

Website Link

Contact Name
Barry Shurlock

Contact Telephone

Contact Email
barryshurlock@gmail.com

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Tickets Details


Cost – Members £ (inc VAT)
Free

Cost – Non Members £ (inc VAT)
Free

Any Restrictions on Attendees (eg members only, accessibility etc)
none


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