Lecture: The ‘stuff’ of Malton : probate records, houses and shops of historic Malton with Dr Kate Giles

Wednesday 16th August 2017 7pm - 9pm

Dr Kate Giles is a buildings archaeologist and a Senior Lecturer at the University of York. She lives in North Yorkshire and has been involved in a number of projects with Malton Museum. Using probate records and sources such as the Hearth Tax, her lecture will highlight how inventories can be used to shed detailed light on ways of living, trading and shopping in this historic market town.


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Access Information

This lecture will take place at Malton Museum. The lectures at Malton Museum will be held in the Assembly Rooms, which are situated up a flight of stairs. Unfortunately, due to the age of the building, there is currently no lift access available.

How to find us

We are located on the B1248 Yorkersgate in Malton. Our nearest car parks are Market Place – 2 hours free parking, and Water Lane – pay and display. Our postcode for sat nav instructions is YO17 7AB. Bus and train stations are within easy reach walking distance of the museum.