The Papers of William Charles Copperthwaite of Malton – Part 3

By Gail Falkingham, Record Assistant Part 1 of this blog contained an overview of the Copperthwaite papers, with Part 2 looking at the notebook and plans kept by Copperthwaite and the archaeological information on the Prehistoric finds. This post will focus on the Roman discoveries within the collection, selecting examples from the contents of the… Read More The Papers of William Charles Copperthwaite of Malton – Part 3

The Papers of William Charles Copperthwaite of Malton – Part 2

By Gail Falkingham, Record Assistant Part 1 of this blog contained an overview of the Copperthwaite papers, which includes material compiled by Captain Copperthwaite and others. In this second blog, I will focus on the archaeological information relating to Prehistoric finds within the collection, selecting examples from the contents of the notebook and plans. The… Read More The Papers of William Charles Copperthwaite of Malton – Part 2

The Papers of William Charles Copperthwaite of Malton – Part 1

By Gail Falkingham, Record Assistant The Copperthwaite Papers Whilst researching our collections to write a forthcoming blog about the archive material for Malton held by the County Record Office, I found a reference in our collections database to the Copperthwaite papers [Ref: ZUN]. The record entry states “Notes relating to the history of Malton from… Read More The Papers of William Charles Copperthwaite of Malton – Part 1