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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Walsall Charities for the poor

    death of 6 s . 8 d . to the most aged, poor, and impotent people in Great and Little Bloxwich and 2 s . to the poor in the alms-houses at Walsall . 30 In 1804 the land was

    Walsall Other estates

    governors acquired further property in Little Bloxwich in 1657 . 36 They sold their Walsall estate in parcels from c . 1921. 37 In 1549 the Crown sold land called 'Yeld feldes' in Little Bloxwich and other property there to

    Walsall Communications

    the road north to run through Great Bloxwich instead of Little Bloxwich after its turnpiking in 1766 , the coaching trade enjoyed by the King William inn at Little Bloxwich passed to the King's Arms at Wallington Heath (later the

    Walsall Economic history

    several groups of small and irregular common fields, associated with the centres of settlement at Walsall , Great and Little Bloxwich , and Harden . The Walsall fields lay on the north, east, and south sides of the town. Wisemore,

    Walsall Education

    Leamore became a mixed (from 1929 a junior mixed) and infants' school. 68 Little Bloxwich Church of England Junior and Infants' School, Grenfell Road , Little Bloxwich , originated in 1873 or possibly earlier as a day and Sunday school

  • * British History Online *

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    Memorials LXVI - XCII, Charities (1601-48)

    month of December, for ever, against Christmas, viz.: s . d . To Great Bloxwich 6 13 4 To Little Bloxwich, Tofcott, Harden, Capell, Rishall End, and Davend Pelsall, Shellfitt, Woodend, and Caldmore 6 13 To all the poor of

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Court, oin Tues- day, Mr. Noyes grocer of this town, recoved £5. damages fronm John Hamspton, butty collier, of Little Bloxwich, because Hampton ran the shaft of his vehicle into the cliest of his (Noye's) horse. Mr. Pritchard, veterisary surgeon, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    -fTEROYAL BIRMINGHAM.-EASTER AA E YS- i Cdaa" CELESTE for Two Nights only, T 1 Nwill be produced, for the Benefit of Madame IS THF'TA MYSTERIOUS STRANGER." To conclude Qtil:O El' FLOWERS OF THlE FOREST." Lower Boxes, 3s. - SV) Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the pit), Thomas Harper, and the deceased were working together in one of the pits at the Fishley Colliery, Little Bloxwich, belonging to Messrs. Sparrow, when an explosion of sulphur took place at the spot where they were employed. Witness Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    midnight on Saturday, a fire was discovered to have broken out In the riokyard of Mr. J. Freeth, farmer, Little Bloxwich. Information was at onc despatched to Walsall, and Chief. superintendent Cater and Sergeants Drury and Wood promptly arrived,; nd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    R, Aroitage Irsdge, Riugeley. Bladee W. Eroewnloes, iItoe. Bill, Alfred, -nasdsvorik, Blurtosl, J., Stotrbridge, Eamues, Artlsr, Lichfield. Beech, Clerles, Little Bloxwich, Baker, James, Bloawich. Colvile, C. R., J.P., M.P., TLulington. Cartwright, Sydney, J.1, Wolverhiampton. Coclhrane, Charlce, J.P., lbs Elloeses, Dudley. Subscribers-only content

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