Local History Conference

A REMEMBRANCE OF JOHN WINTHROP

Boxford Village Hall
Boxford, Suffolk

Saturday, 26 June 1999, 10am to 4pm

chaired by
DAVID DYMOND
formerly Director of Studies in Local & Regional History
Cambridge University

Greeting by the United States Ambassador to the Court of St. James

ROGER THOMPSON
University of East Anglia
The View from the Stour: Suffolk and Essex – the world the migrants left

JOHN WALTER
University of Essex
Disorder in South Suffolk and North Essex

FRANK GRACE
A Godly Town: The Origins of Non-Conformity in 17c. Ipswich

JOHN MORRILL
Cambridge University
The Civil War that John Winthrop Missed

FRANCIS J. BREMER
Millersville University of Pennsylvania
A Tale of Two Englands
Reasons for Remembering John Winthrop and his Family

AMANDA FLATHER
University of Essex
The Politics of Place
Church and Society in the Stour Valley c. 1580-1640

MARTIN WOOD
Member of the Winthrop Papers Editorial Board
Adam Winthrop 1548-1623
Nurturing Migration: Kinship and the Godly Family

Closing Remarks:

John Winthrop XIII
and by
The Ambassador of the Kingdom of the Netherlands to the Court of St. James

The conference is sponsored by the Groton Parochial Church Council

Proceeds are towards the maintenances of Groton Church

For further details contact:
Mr. Martin Wood
College Croft, Groton, Sudbury, Suffolk CO10 5HE
tel/fax: UK 01-787-210-181 US 011-44-1-787-210-181