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David Hey Memorial Meeting

The British Agricultural History Society, with the British Association for Local History, the British Records Society and the Yorkshire Archaeological and Historical Society invite you to attend a celebration of the life and work of David Hey.

Channing Hall, Sheffield, 23 June 2018

Where is Channing Hall?

Note that the order of sessions in the afternoon has changed since we first published the programme.

Coffee and registration from 10.00
10.30: Welcome and introduction by John Beckett, ‘David Hey: a personal tribute’
Session One, 11.00-12.30
George Redmonds, ‘Personal names and settlement in the south Yorkshire Pennines’
Ian Rotherham, ‘Out of the shadows: searching for lost Domesday landscapes in the British uplands’
Melvyn Jones, ‘Deer parks in and around south Yorkshire: the documentary and landscape evidence’
12.30-1.30 - Lunch
Session Two, 1.30-2.30
Gill Cookson, ‘Making connections: Hallamshire metal trades and early machine-making’
Henry French, ‘Myddle revisited’
Session Three, 2.45-3.45
3.45-4.15 - Tea
John Chartres, ‘Hey the transport historian’
Peter Edwards, ‘William Cavendish, the London Season and the Common Carrier’
Session Four, 4.15-5.15
Andrew Wareham and Catherine Ferguson, ‘The Hearth Tax returns and the wealth of Yorkshire’
Richard Hoyle, ‘Chesterfield, Sheffield and Worksop and the decline of the earls of Shrewsbury, c.1580-c.1640’
5.30 - Conference ends

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