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David Hey Memorial Meeting

June 23, 2018
British Agricultural History Society (BAHS)

Channing Hall
United Kingdom

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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
John Chartres, ‘Hey the transport historian’
Peter Edwards, ‘William Cavendish, the London Season and the Common Carrier’

Session Three, 2.45-3.45
Henry French, ‘Myddle revisited’
Andrew Wareham and Catherine Ferguson, ‘The Hearth Tax returns and the wealth of Yorkshire’

3.45-4.15 Tea

Session Four, 4.15-5.15

Richard Hoyle, ‘Chesterfield, Sheffield and Worksop and the decline of the earls of Shrewsbury, c.1580-c.1640’
Gill Cookson, ‘Making connections: Hallamshire metal trades and early machine-making’

5.30 conference ends

Conference with drinks and lunch, £25.00

Conference with drinks only, £20.00

Please book through the BAHS website at, where you
can  choose  between  paying  by  PayPal  or  printing  and  sending  a  paper 
form with a cheque. All bookings should be received by Monday 18 June.

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June 18, 2018, 9:00am BST

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