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    Parishes Castle Bromwich

    Parishes Castle BromwichCASTLE BROMWICHCastle Bromwich , originally a hamlet of Aston , was formed into a separate civil parish in 1894 . By the Birmingham and Sutton Coldfield Order, 1931, a portion of the parish was transferred to

    The City of Birmingham BOROUGH & CITY BOUNDARIES 1838-1931

    the Warwickshire parish of Aston comprising the towns hips of Aston , Witton , Erdington , Water Orton , Castle Bromwich , Little Bromwich , Bordesley , Deritend, Duddeston with Nechells , and Saltley with Washwood. 8 On the south

    Editorial note

    Similarly there are accounts in Volume IV of the History of Warwickshire of those parts of the parishes of Castle Bromwich and Minworth , and of the ancient parishes of Sheldon and Solihull , which are also now in Birmingham

    Parishes Water Orton

    and heir of Richard de Clodeshale. 8 It then descended in the family of Arden with Park Hall in Castle Bromwich (q.v.), passin g on the death of Robert Arden in 1643 to his four sisters 9 and subsequently to

    Economic and Social History Markets and Fairs

    at Birmingham since 1920. From its first opening it has occupied a site just inside the city boundary at Castle Bromwich , though it originally used various public buildings in the centre of Birmingham as well. 51 This section was

    The Growth of the City CENTRAL BIRMINGHAM , c. 1950 GROWTH OF THE URBAN AREA

    Manor , Erdington (which at the same time became an urban district), Castle Bromwich , and Water Orton , the last two becoming part of Castle Bromwich Rural District. 79 Aston Manor and Erdington included, respectively, the districts known as

    Parishes Ullenhall

    be lord of it. 24 After his death it was sold in 1856 to William Newton of Whately Hall, Castle Bromwich , who is named as lord in 1859 . 25 He died at Barrells on 24 Nov. 1862 and

    Religious History Churches

    was part of Halesowen ancient parish (Worcs.), and on the other hand excludes Smethwick (part of Harborne ancient parish), Castle Bromwich and Water Orton (parts of Aston ancient parish). 5 The comparatively large extent of the ancient parishes which now

    Parishes Curdworth

    effect as from 1 April 1931 . The boundaries of the City of Birmingham were extended to include the Castle Bromwich Aerodrome, the site of the British Industries Fair ( Birmingham Section), and other land lying in the western portion

    Communications Roads leading to Birmingham c . 1950 CANALS RAILWAYS

    in and near Castle Bromwich ; 95 in the early 19th century, however, only two payments were made for this purpose apart from 5 s . paid annually to the surveyors of highways. 96 Castle Bromwich Bridge , the last

    Walsall Charities for the poor

    of Walsall , a former mayor, settled a rent-charge of £34 14 s . from land in Walsall , Castle Bromwich (Warws.), and Yardley (Worcs.). The trustees were to spend £13 in a houseby-house distribution twice yearly to poor householders

    Offlow hundred West Bromwich - Introduction West Bromwich and Smethwick area, c . 1775 (scale about 1 inch to 1 mile)

    broom grew. It was becoming known as West Bromwich by the early 14th century, probably to distinguish it from Castle Bromwich and Li ttle Bromwich , both in Aston (Warws.). 15 The inhabitants of West Bromwich are traditionally known as

    Parishes Maxstoke MAXSTOKE CASTLE

    settled them on his son Thomas on his marriage with Howard , third daughter of Sir Edward Devereux of Castle Bromwich , 72 and died the same year. 73 His son Thomas died in 1633 and was succeeded by his

    Religious History Churches built before 1800

    Clodeshale died in 1428 , and his daughter and heir married Robert Arden , of Park Hall , in Castle Bromwich , 30 with which manor the advowson of the chantries descended until both chantries were dissolved in 1545 .

    Economic and Social History Mills RIVERS

    1956 . 80 CASTLE BROMWICH MILL . Of the various mills in the Castle Bromwich district mentioned from the 13th to the 18th centuries 81 one at least was probably the manorial corn mill of Castle Bromwich , the site

    Burntwood Churches, education and charities

    age of 11 and two high schools. 92 Burntwood Charity (National) school. By will proved 1770 Elizabeth Ball of Castle Bromwich (Warws.) left £600 to build and endow a school at Fulfen , where she owned a farm. 93 From

    Walsall Other estates

    Great Bloxwich . 57 By his death in 1642 he also held land in Cannock , Yardley (Worcs.), and Castle Bromwich (Warws.). Under his will his property passed to his nephew Henry Stone of Plymouth , who was required to

    Parishes Rowington Plan of Pinley Abbey . [ Plan of Rowington church ]

    ( 1848 ), Edward Westwood ( 1859 ), George Bradley ( 1886 ), and Frederick Knight of Whately Hall, Castle Bromwich ( 1889 ), 26 from whom it has descended to Mrs. Knight Turner , the present lady of the

    Index A-J

    , Alvechurch , Castle Bromwich , airfield, British Industries Fair at, chapel of ease, manor, mills, par., township, Castle Bromwich Bridge , Castle Bromwich Mill , Castle Bromwich rd. , Castle Bromwich Rural District , Castle Bromwich station , Castle

    Parishes Whittington

    he gave the manor to his daughter Elizabeth. 152 She married Thomas Arden Price of Park Hall , in Castle Bromwich (Warws.), in 1675 and he, who succeeded to a baronetcy in 1678 , died c . 1689. At Elizabeth's

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