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  • * Victoria County History *

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    West Bromwich The growth of the town

    he lived at Five Ways House , Black Lake . 24 The development of the area south and east of Hill Top dates mainly from the 19th and 20th centuries. Black Lake to the south was the name of a

    West Bromwich Education

    24 In January 1871 the school had an average attendance of 127. 25 From 1878 until the opening of Black Lake Board School in 1885 the premises were leased to the board as a mixed and infants' board school. 26

    Parishes Elmley Lovett

    by the lords of Merrington . Cutnall Green extended from a stone called Knaven Castle to a place called Black Lake . The two commons were divided by a ditch or bank, which formed the boundary between the parishes of

    West Bromwich Public services

    gas undertaking. 91 The corporation finally established an electricity undertaking in 1898 ; a generating station was built at Black Lake , and the supply began in 1901 . 92 In 1928 the Black La ke station was transferred to

    West Bromwich Communications

    continuing thence to Oldbury . It must have followed approximately what are now Vicarage Road and Church Lane to Black Lake and continued either along Bilhay Lane, Claypit Lane, Bull Lane, Albion Road , and West Bromwich Street or along

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Tue WYEST BROMWIMH i ugh of 11. SCHOOL BOARD Iuvites PLANS from Architects for S sore on SCHOOLS at Black Lake, West Broaswich, to accommodate 1,50 J 666 Children. in tseo departanents. Eaoh set of Plaus to be accompanied by Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Great Western Railway. Deceased was walking along thle line between King Street, f fi where he resided, and Black Lake, when he stepped out of ,the way of a train coming from Wolverhamnpton, and not inoticing a train which Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    referred to the General Purposes Committee. ty-The plans of Mr. Edward Pincher for the erection of-a lymixed school at Black Lake were adopted. . T] to TEE LATE ELsramrozf.-Last evening a very well, to is. attended meeting of the burgesses Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BuRaAtrY.-Slae Sheldon (46), puddler, of spC Id Tividale, was charged with breaking uito an office at the ens Ot Black Lake Colliery,' Swan. Villeag, during the night of hs MLSeptember' 2, and stealing therefrom'- an 'overcoat, leather 51 of bag, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the General l'uraves Commait-e, it 4 decided to accept the tetider of Msr. srtrnof hr.I Hill, to erect Black Lake Schools, for the sua c 1 -The Finance Committee recommended the h.e'e r precept upon the Town Council foa- Subscribers-only content

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