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The formation of the Rutland Archaeological and Natural History Society was agreed at a Public Meeting held in the Victoria Hall, Oakham, on May 15th, 1902, under the presidency of the Rev. M. Barton, Rector of Tickencote. A Committee was elected at this meeting to carry the resolution into effect. The committee met at Ketton on May 23rd and prepared a draft of the Constitution and Rules of the Society. This draft was submitted to a General Meeting held at Oakham, on June 2nd, 1902. The Officers of the Society were elected, and a Special Committee was appointed for carrying out in Rutland the Society of Antiquaries' Scheme for the Archaeological Survey of Britain. Please select to download the following Annual Reports of the Society, Years: 1902 to 1910 1911 to 1914 1915 to 1921 1922 to 1939 1941 to 1951
Rutland Archaeological & Natural History Annual Reports