Rural Life in 18th & 19th Century England
A talk by Michael Holland to The East of London Family History Society Newham & Redbridge branch
Michael is a social historian with an interest in agricultural unrest in the 18th & 19th centuries and is currently researching the incidence of acquisitive subsistence crime in East Anglia and links to agricultural unrest. He has worked as an extramural tutor with the University of Essex and also with the WEA, with around 20 years’ experience in presenting courses and one off talks.
Branch meetings take place every month at Wanstead Library
Doors open at 7.00 pm
Refreshments are available
Visitors welcome £3
Parking: Free car parking (car parking charge at Library does not apply to Society branch meetings)