On Thursday 16 December at approximately 19:00, the MSF AGM will be preceded by an online Zoom lecture from James Wright FSA on ‘The Folklore and Archaeology of Historic Buildings’. James, a buildings archaeologist and historic stone specialist, will explore some of the most common misconceptions surrounding historic buildings, outlining the legends, explaining the origins of the myths and revealing the underlying truth behind each story to understand a little more about their former occupants.
This note covers the results of archaeological monitoring of a pipeline trench excavated between the Hawthorne Pavilion in Farnham Park and the northern end of Upper South Park View in Farnham (centred SU 840 474). A few finds of possible Civil War date were recorded.
This event commemorates the 400th anniversary of the sailing of the Mayflower from Plymouth on 16th September 1620. Learn what it was like to be a Pilgrim and open up a new world.
£5 per child.
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A major ambition for our new Early Modern group, led by Dr Catherine Ferguson, is to organise a palaeography course to increase the number of members and friends who are confident in reading and transcribing early modern documents in the pursuit of their research interests.
Historic building recording by K Butler of CBAS of the 17th century Grade II-listed barn.