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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Chappel Introduction Chappel c. 1810

    , encroaching on the south- western side of the green. On the north two detached villas, Rose Cottage ( Merry Hill in 1999 ) and the Elms , were built c . 1839, and the nearby Alma Cottage (Abbots Manor

    Smethwick Protestant Nonconformity

    the Revd. Robert Ann of Graham Street chapel in Birmingham started meetings in Slough Lane and open-air services at Merry Hill . A mission hall was built in Slough Lane in 1870 . It was bought by the Harborne school

    Smethwick Economic history

    components for their engines, decided to manufacture them themselves. 93 James Watt bought 18½ a. by the canal at Merry Hill , about a mile from the firm's Soho Manufactory in Handsworth ; in 1796 the firm opened Soho Foundry

    Smethwick Education

    Crockett 's Lane Senior Boys ' School. In 1967 it was absorbed by Holly Lodge Boys' Grammar School. 43 Merry Hill Infants' School, Foundry Lane , was opened in 1969 . 44 Oldbury Road Infants' School was opened in 1875

    Smethwick The growth of the town SMETHWICK c. 1971

    Lane , used in 1972 as offices by the Foundry , existed by 1814 . 37 Part of the Merry Hill area near the Birmingham boundary became known as the Soap Hole from the soapworks established there by 1818 .

  • * British History Online *

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    Council Minutes, Book No.VII (3), 1818-33

    to them shall seem meet, All that Messuage or Tenement and several Closes pieces or parcels of Land called Merry Hill (heretofore agreed to be sold Colonel Capper but since recovered by Ejectment) containing by admeasurement 47a. 1r. 7p. or

    Selections from Archivists' Reports

    being about 48 acres, formerly agreed to be sold Colonel Capper, and about 15 acres more on the same Heath. These were all, in 1820, ordered to be sold to defray the Corporation's debts. In 1822 the Merry Hill

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Monday, at the County Police Court, Charles Wood (53), shoemaker, Great Brickkiln Street, and Thomas Edwards, alias Keys, locksmith, Merry Hill, Finbhfield, were charged with night poacling, at Pattinghanin. Ir. Dalvow prosecuted on behalf of the Earl of Dartmouth, aud Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of a, rate- ayers comnmittee, 6sid- that 'the r tepayere of the ,.cnnlclds district, which included Bracmore, Finachfield, e Merry Hill, and Goldthorsi 'Hill, were .o-pposed to Mr. 3arten's scheme being 'aplied to theirdstriei. i Tottehailaldid not posmess a drainag' Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    earlier in the evening ask a lie cabrimait occ a stend in Monument Road to drive him ad to, Merry Hill, Smethawicle, for sixpence. The cahiman ,et refused the request, and it was believed that the prisoner tie took the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ladywood and saw there 7John Eodetts (24), a labourer, employed at Messrs.'j b io Tangye's, Soho, and living at Merry Hill, Smethwick.4 t o The man was drunk. He had previously seen tl 4 him banging about the cab-stand.osiah Pritchard, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    little girl, occurred in a gipsy tent at Handsworth yesterday morning. On a piece of waste land known as Merry Hill, lying between Handsworth and Sunethwick, a number of gipsies have been encamped for some time past. They live in Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    With the "Red Vans"., 1897

    gest a recent earthquake or a bombardment. The Englishman ' s Castle at Quarry Bank . Stour Hill and Merry Hill were demolished some time ago. The High Street and New Street districts have suffered more recently. Old houses, some Subscribers-only content

    With the "Red Vans"., 1897

    been pulled to the ground, or more or less completely wrecked, especially in Stour Hill , Evers Street, and Merry Hill . " *At Stourbridge Court House , case of Joseph Parrock , November 25 . (Birming¬ ham Daily Mail, Subscribers-only content

    With the "Red Vans"., 1897

    gest a recent earthquake or a bombardment. The Englishman ' s Castle at Quarry Bank . Stour Hill and Merry Hill were demolished some time ago. The High Street and New Street districts have suffered more recently. Old houses, some Subscribers-only content

    With the "Red Vans"., 1897

    been pulled to the ground, or more or less completely wrecked, especially in Stour Hill , Evers Street, and Merry Hill . " *At Stourbridge Court House , case of Joseph Parrock , November 25 . (Birming¬ ham Daily Mail, Subscribers-only content

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