DCRS AGM and Conference : Exeter Guildhall, Saturday 14th May.

The AGM is open to all members free of charge.

Non-members will be very welcome at the Conference - entitled ‘From the Dissolution to Nineteenth-century Church Recording’. The timetable for the day will be as follows:

10:30 Coffee

11:00 AGM 

11:45 Welcome & Introduction

11:55 Professor James Clark, 'The Dissolution in Devon & Cornwall'

1:00 Lunch

1:45 Dr Todd Gray, 'The Movement of Church Fittings between Devon's Anglican Churches'

2:45 Dr Jill Cobley, 'James Davidson's East Devon Church Notes'

3:45 Tea
 
We ask you to register for the Conference via Eventbrite if you are able as capacity is limited: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/dcrs-agm-tickets-320777192217

The fee for the Conference will be £10 for members and non-members (£11.37 if paid via Eventbrite, to cover the charge Eventbrite make to the Society). If you wish to avoid the Eventbrite fee, please choose the ‘free Reservation’ option on Eventbrite and make payment in advance direct to the Society’s bank (see page 3 of the Annual Report for our account details) or at the Conference in cash or by cheque. 
 
If you would like to attend the Conference but are not able to register via Eventbrite, we ask you to advise us by e-mail to: membershipDCRS@btinternet.com or to our postal address, to arrive no later than 6th May 2022: Devon and Cornwall Record Society, c/o Devon Heritage Centre, Great Moor House, Bittern Rd, Sowton, Exeter EX2 7NL.

James Davidson's Church Notes 1826-1844


An online talk given by Dr Jill Cobley

Presented by the Devon & Cornwall Record Society in conjunction with the DA's History Section.

Wednesday, 20 April 2022 at 14:00

For full details and to book see:


https://devonassoc.org.uk/event/james-davidsons-church-notes-1826-1844-history-section/