Tintinhull Local History Group
Revised Meetings Programme
Spring 2019





23rd January Terry Loughran

A Bloody War and Quick Promotion’

The Rise and Rise of Tintinhull Boy Fortescue Graham to the dizzy heights of Military Rank.



27th February -
Ed Lorch and Steve Creaney

‘History through Local Maps ’

How does the detail of historic maps of Somerset and Village inform of the local history
.




27th March -
Sonja Rogers

‘ The National Trust Collections in their South Somerset Houses’

A presentation showing some of the items comprising the collections at Tintinhull, Montacute, Lytes Cary and Barrington.

Explaining how and why the NT acquired them and sharing some of the challenges that Sonja has experienced in looking after them.





24th April -
AGM tonight

James Bond - ‘The Knights Templars’


Founded around 1118 to protect pilgrims on their way to Jerusalem, the Templars were among a number of orders formed
in the wake of the Crusades which combined the ideals of knighthood with religious vows.
The talk will examine their foundation, the ways in which they developed their landed properties in western Europe
to support their functions in the Holy Land, and the circumstances which led to their dramatic suppression in 1312.



Meetings are held in Tintinhull Village Hall
BA22 8PY
(7.30 pm - unless otherwise stated)

Visitors £3 Members £1 Full membership £8 Refreshments included.
Non members welcome

Contact:- Ed Lorch tlhg@mac.com or Flora.wragg@gmail.com
Check out the TLHG website at
www.tintinhull-localhistory.org.uk