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In the same year, the Sheffield Architectural and Archaeological Society explored their chosen area in a rather more adventurous fashion, with only two churches in the agreeably varied mix. The point of departure was Rotherham. m. and on their way called to look at the fine oak room in the Old Hall at Carbrook and the old Roman station at Temple Borough near Rotherham (lckles), respecting both of which places the Rev. J. Stacey gave some particulars. After visiting Wentworth House (by the kind permission of Lord Fitzwilliam), the party were met at the Church by Mr.
Page had to earn his living, but he made the best of the situation. 33 The Victorians and their Societies 'Spared from the necessity of having to earn his living, he was able to devote his boundless energy throughout practically 34 A Social History of Archaeology 1858 Dr Salomon Reinach 23 d. 1933 Born at StGermain, Reinach took a degree at the University of Paris, before becoming a student at the French School in Athens. After this he became Secretary to the Archaeological Commission in Tunis and was then attached to the Museum at StGermain, of which he became Director in 1902.
Elected to the Antiquaries in 1888, he served seven times on its Council, and was also Honorary Secretary of the Royal Archaeological Society and of the Surrey Archaeological Society. He ran the Monumental Brass Society until it closed down during the First World War. The premises of the Society of Antiquaries at Burlington House were his club. ' 1857 William Page 22 d. 1934 William Page was trained as a civil engineer, 'but his natural bent for archaeology asserted itself', and at the age of twenty-four he went into partnership with his brother-in-law, W.