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Free One-to-One Family History Help Sessions
- Venue: Staffordshire Record Office
- Date: Fridays at 1:30pm.
- Admission: Sessions are free by advance booking only. Please telephone Staffordshire Record Office on 01785-278379 to reserve a session.
Staffordshire History Day 2019
This study day is presented by the Staffordshire Archive and Heritage Service in collaboration with Keele University and the Centre for West Midlands History (University of Birmingham).
- Venue: Entrust HQ, The Riverway Centre, Riverway, Stafford, ST16 3TH.
- Date: Saturday 11 May 2019.
- Time: 10:00am - 5:00 pm
- Admission: Tickets are £25 each, by advance booking only. Please telephone Staffordshire Record Office on 01785-278379 to reserve your ticket.
- Code for online payments: SHD19
- Lunch and refreshments: Included in the ticket price.
- Parking: Free onsite parking is provided.
- Joanna Terry (Head of Archives and Heritage)
- Research Activity Papers
- Rebecca Wilton (University of Birmingham):
‘The Life and Legacy of Eliza Tinsley (1813-1882) - A Black Country Nail Mistress’
- Sarah Kay (National Trust):
‘Kinver Rock Houses Project’
- Matt Lord (University of Birmingham):
‘Nipping crime in the bud’. The escalation of juvenile offending in Staffordshire in the first half of the nineteenth century’
- Glenn Price (Keele University):
'Warfare without battle-lines or borders: Localised garrison warfare around Staffordshire during the First English Civil War'
Keynote Speaker: Dr Nigel Tringham (VCH Staffordshire, Keele University): ‘A History of Tamworth’
- Shane Kelleher (County Archaeologist):
- Joanna Terry (Head of Archives and Heritage):
‘Archives and Heritage News’
- Lunch and societies’ displays
- Dr Andrew Sargent (VCH Staffordshire, Keele University):
‘Keele University and Victoria County History News’
- Dr Malcolm Dick (University of Birmingham):
‘Local history at Birmingham University - The James Watt Centenary’
Keynote Speaker: Ruth Singer: ‘Criminal Quilts’