Malpas Field Club Malpas History Magazine number 2

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Malpas History magazine 2

Malpas Field Club Malpas History Magazine number 2

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The second edition of the Malpas History Magazine contains:

EDITORIAL

GERRARD BARNES: GOODBYE DOLLY GRAY
(INCLUDES POEM: MALPAS YEOMEN AT ALDERSHOT)

D W MARWICK: THE POSTAL SERVICE IN MALPAS

MRS A H BARNETT: ALPORTIANA (PART TWO)

MARGARET BARKER: USING WILLS AND INVENTORIES TO DISCOVER MALPAS' PAST

EDDIE BROAD, GERRARD BARNES & DAVID HAYNS:

'THOSE THAT WON'T COME SHAN'T SEE IT': THREAPWOOD RACES IN 1800

THREAPWOOD SMITHY (OLD PHOTOGRAPH)

OLD PHOTOGRAPHS

MALPAS GIRLS' SCHOOL ON EMPIRE DAY c.1920

MALPAS WOMEN'S INSTITUTE MEMBERS' DAY 1924

The contents of the document remain the copyright of the Malpas Field Club and they should not be reproduced in part or whole without the permission of the Secretary David Hayns.

Malpas Field Club
12th April 2020

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