Malpas Field Club Malpas History Magazine number 3

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Malpas Field Club Malpas History Magazine number 3

The thrid edition of the Malpas History Magazine contains:

EDITORIAL

BILL COFFIN: WHO ARE THE ODDFELLOWS?

NOMANSHEATH IN THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY

J D McKECHNIE: THREE ANCIENT HALLS OF BROXTON

TUSHINGHAM NATIONAL SCHOOL ACCOUNTS 1901/2

OLWEN DAVIES: SEVENTY YEARS IN DUCKINGTON

NOTICE FOR RE-OPENING OF MALPAS CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH 1898

POEM: 'LEWIS THE MALT AND BURROWS THE PLOUGH': BULKELEY IN 1824

DAVID HAYNS: HERR BRANDSHAGEN AND THE COPPER MINERS

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
20th April 2020

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