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You searched for: Place: "High Bullen"

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  • * Victoria County History *

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    West Bromwich Protestant Nonconformity

    the home of John Sheldon on Holloway Bank . In 1744 the society divided, the Wednesbury members moving to High Bullen and the West Bromwich members meeting in a cottage near Coles Lane . 34 Also in 1743 another group

    Index L - Z

    27 Coll . of Commerce, 83 Coll . of Technology, 83 the Delves , q.v . educ., 81, 83 High Bullen , 63 ind., 11, 13, 32, 35, 208 man., 7, 32 mill, 6 Moxley , q.v . newspapers, 72-3

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to Sever na a-ssix weeks' imprisonment for having assaulted -Police. sent. wf no constables Turner and Platt, at the High Bullen, by were land, kicking them violently as they were removing him to the NE had police station on account Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    " and the t:national Anthem. SINGuLAR DEA.TH FROM SuaFOCA&TION.-Ur. E. Hooper held an inquest at the Horse and Jockey, High Bullen, Wednesbury, yesterday, touching the death of Frederick Henry Edwards (16), who was employed as an assistant to . Mr. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    On the otlier side there was some pencil writing, was there not ?-Witness : Yes. IIP. Flynn, 9 !t. High Bullen, British Queen, Wedneshury."1 we( vihich James Rtobb, a police-sergeant in the hioyal 1Irish Coasta- to I D.C." holary, deisosed Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Molloy, an elderly Irishwoman, was of charged with havingbeen dlrunk anddisord erlyat thehouseof r- Patrick Flynn, the British Queen, High Bullen, on the ly 6th instant, and with having refused to leave the house.- ot The evidence of Ellen Fitzgerald, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    OF LICENSE,-In our issue yesterday Mrs. Elizabeth Jones, of the Queen's Head Inn, l b who was summoned for breach of the Licensing Act, was ! P erroneously described as of High Bullen, instead of Holy- | head Road. T Subscribers-only content

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