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July 2017

Visit to Burngreave Cemetery

17 July 2017 at 2:00 pm
Burngreave Cemetery, Melrose Road
Sheffield, S3 9DN
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Hosted by Ken Wild Members wishing to be part of either group need to get in touch with Anne McQueen using the contact page on this website. Numbers are limited to 15 per visit so please do not just turn up as you may not be able to participate in the tour. The afternoon group are to meet at the cemetery at 2pm The evening group are to meet at the cemetery at 6.30pm Meet at the main entrance. From…

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Visit to Burngreave Cemetery

17 July 2017 at 6:30 pm
Burngreave Cemetery, Melrose Road
Sheffield, S3 9DN
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Hosted by Ken Wild Members wishing to be part of either group need to get in touch with Anne McQueen using the contact page on this website. Numbers are limited to 15 per visit so please do not just turn up as you may not be able to participate in the tour. The afternoon group are to meet at the cemetery at 2pm The evening group are to meet at the cemetery at 6.30pm Meet at the main entrance.

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November 2017

Early Asylum Life

20 November 2017 at 7:30 pm
Cemetery Road Baptist Chapel, Napier Street entrance, Sheffield , S11 8HA + Google Map

Illustrated talk by David Scrimgeour Cemetery Road Baptist Chapel Meeting Rooms (Napier Street entrance).  Doors open at 7:00 pm.  Non-members welcome.

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January 2018

Arthur Dyson victim of Charley Peace

15 January at 7:30 pm
Cemetery Road Baptist Chapel, Napier Street entrance, Sheffield , S11 8HA + Google Map
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Illustrated talk by Michael Dyson about the local murder of Arthur Dyson by the notorious criminal Charley Peace who was hanged in 1879. Lecture Hall, Cemetery Road Baptist Chapel Meeting Rooms (Napier Street entrance).  Doors open at 7:00 pm.  Admission free to members. Non-members welcome, cost £2.

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Who Do You Think You Are? Transcription Tuesday

23 January
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Who Do You Think You Are? Magazine is looking forward to its next Transcription Tuesday event on  23rd January.  They will be encouraging family historians from around the globe to transcribe digitised records online. Last time hundreds of readers joined in and were very positive about the experience.  Five projects have been chosen that focus on First World War records. WDYTYA_Transcription_Tuesday The projects are: Europeana 1914 – 1918 Cardiganshire First World War Tribunal (Appeals) Records Bedfordshire Workhouse and Poor Law Records…

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