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The History Of Enfield Town

01/05/2019 - 01/05/2019

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Opening Times

One-hour talk from 2 to 3 pm. Society of Genealogists Library and Archives are open from 10 am till 6 pm.

Admission

£8.00; discounted for Members of Society of Genealogists £6.40

Category

Events

Disabled Access

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Find out how Enfield Town played many roles in history – Elizabeth I, John Keats and Charles Lamb all have connections. From a small Saxon clearing in the Great Forest of Middlesex to the time of the Domesday Book, ‘Eana's Feld’ had a church and a thriving community. Its market charter dates from the 14th century and is still held three days a week. In this talk, Joe Studman also tells us about the town’s famous connections and its relationship with London. Plus, don’t miss our Walk around the area on Thursday 23 May, with Joe.

Venue & Organiser Details

Society Of Genealogists' Library And Archives

14 Charterhouse Buildings, Goswell Road

Islington

London

London

EC1M 7BA

United Kingdom


Society of Genealogists

020 7553 3290

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