Thu, 16 Jan | St John the Baptist Church

Mayflower Lecture: A Family from Harleston, The Fullers

This is a small part of the adventures of the Fullers, a family who worked and lived in Harleston. They worshipped, along with the rest of the local population, at St Mary’s Redenhall. At that time, church attendance was a requirement. However, the Fullers were keen church people, as a number of the
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Mayflower Lecture: A Family from Harleston, The Fullers

Time & Location

16 Jan 2020, 19:30 – 22:00
St John the Baptist Church, Broad St, Harleston IP20 9AZ, UK

About the Event

The Fullers, a family who worked and lived in Harleston. They worshipped, along with the rest of the local population, at St Mary’s Redenhall.  Church attendance was a requirement and most of the Fullers were keen church people.  Some even became Church Wardens.  However, it seems that this did not apply to the whole family as a group of them decided to join the Separatists who wanted to emigrate and settle in the New World. It was a hopeless mission for some – a great success for others. Come and hear Margaret Griffiths, museum curator and local historian tell us a little piece of their story.

Tickets £5 per person (£4 concessions) and can be reserved at info@harlestonsfuture.org.uk  (pre-booking recommended) - or can be purchased at the door.