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You searched for: Place: Bilston, Source type: Secondary sources

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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hospitals Freeford, St Leonard

    the event of one Roger Bilston 's dying during Worthyngton's lifetime Worthyngton's pension was to be increased to 5 marks a year; this suggests that Bilston may formerly have been warden of the hospital. Bilston was a vicar choral, but

    Colleges Wolverhampton , St Peter

    chapels of Bilston , Pelsall , and Willenhall and the new district churches built in the course of the century tended to resent their dependence on the mother-church of St . Peter, which the deans continued to assert. Bilston ,

    Lawley Manors and other estates

    1962 of all its assets to Allied Ironfounders Ltd., which in 1973 sold the same to Glynwed Foundries Ltd., of Bilston (Staffs.), the owners in 1981 . 60 Lawley House is a 19th-century brick building 61 perhaps on the site

    Stirchley Economic history

    1920s when most of the slag mounds in the parish were acquired by Tarslag ( 1923 ) Ltd. and the Bilston Slag Co. ( 1924 ) Ltd. 97 By 1925 there were four slag-crushing plants in the parish, 98 the

    Hadley and Horton Economic history

    most of the employees were offered jobs in the Birmingham area. 56 In 1910 Joseph Sankey & Sons Ltd. of Bilston (later G.K.N. Sankey Ltd.) 57 bought the works and imported 100 employees from the Black Country . The Hadley

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