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  • * Victoria County History *

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    West Bromwich Roman Catholicism

    Delves and Yew Tree district in 1954 . It was replaced in 1959 by the church of St. Joseph in Birchfield Way, a brick building designed by J. T. Lynch of Brierley Hill . 93 S.H.C . 1915, 309. C

    Parishes Great Barford

    follows that of the barony of Bedford . Thus, of the five manors found in this parish, the overlordships of Birchfield and Veseys Manor follows the same descent as that of Colmworth (q.v.), the former being held in 1521 of

    Religious History Churches built since 1800

    and for a time was served by the clergy of Holy Trinity , Birchfield . 17 In 1926 a parish was assigned out of Holy Trinity , Birchfield , and St. Peter and St. Paul , Aston ; the living

    Index A-J

    . (d. 1757), Wm., Wyrley (d. 1866), Wyrley (fl. 1866), fam., Birchfield , corp. housing estate, and see Holy Trinity , Ch. of the Birchfield End , ham. at, Birchfield Rd. , Birkbeck , Geo., Birkenhead (Ches.) , Birlec ,

    Public Education Schools

    ) THE BIRCHFIELD BOYS' COUNTY MODERN SCHOOL, Birchfield Road . Birchfield Rd. Boys' Cty. Modern Sch. became a separate sch. 1945 (see preceding sch.). Name changed 1954.( 28 ) N.o.b. 1961:500.( 27 ) BIRCHFIELD ROAD SCHOOLS. See The Birchfield Cty.

  • * British History Online *

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    Treasury Books and Papers, May 1734, 01 May 1734-28 May 1734

    collector of Barbados, but the Comptroller General cannot pass same in the collector's account for want of a proper authority. Birchfield, Surveyor General of the Northern Continent of America, had a treasury warrant, 1712, October 22, for 80 l. per

    Index, B, 01 July 1711-30 June 1712

    xxvii., xxx.,xxxiii., xxxvi., xxxviii., xxxix., xli., xlii. -, -, reply to, 378 xxviii., xxix; and see Oxford ship, case of. Birchfield , M., Surveyor General of the Customs, North America, Collectors suspended by, 14 i., 95. -, -, complaint against,

    Index, N, O, 01 February 1709-31 March 1715

    66. See also Rayner. collector and receiver-general of customs. See Byerly. collector of revenue. See Fauconier. surveyor of customs. See Birchfield. agent. See Gough. council, 186, 189. -, minutes of, 66, 224, 226, 281, 305, 368, 372, 424. -, addresses

    Treasury Warrants, December 1718, 16-31, 16 December 1718-31 December 1718

    1713 Ferne assigned them in trust to Mr. Birchfield, Surveyor General of the Southern District of the Continent of North America, with directions from the Customs Commissioners to collect same: but Birchfield, who is lately returned to England, has laid

    Index, B, 01 July 1712-31 July 1714

    by, 296 i. Bickley , Attorney General, New York, petition promoted by, 293. -, -, prosecution of negroes by, 293. Birchfield , , 524 vii. Bishop , Robert, deposition of, 571 iii. -, -, petition to, 571 iv. Black Moll

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    f EARICAtN EYE LIQ-I'I) on each label. Sold In every town in the Kingdom. By post fr.m Mr. John Ede, Birchfield Roadv :irrmioghram. EDE'S PATENT AMERICAN BLOOD-PURI- u FYING PILLS. WTae von taken these Pills 7 If not, eive them Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to send me another 2s. 9d. ni bottle.-Yours respectfully, a( Mrs. CLARE, 82 years of age. gi T Landsidown Villa, Birchfield. le Sir,-I have tried a bottle of your Liquid, and it has ini made my eyes quite well. I Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    it is doing me good already. Hoping to have it by return. 1. Beehive Terrace, Wilton-st., Lozells, Birmingham. Mr.J. Ede, Birchfield, Bitmingharn. Aug. 23, 1873. Dear Sir.-I am now in my eighty-fifth year, and have been suffering from defective sight Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    is doing me good already. Hoping to have it by return. 1. Beehive Terrace, Wilton-st., Lozells, BirImingham. Mr. J. Ede, Birchfield, Birmingham. Aug. 23, 1873. Dear Sir.-I am now in my eighty-fifth year, and have been suffering from defective sight Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    is doing me good already. Hoping to have it by return. 1. Beehive Terrae, Wilton-st., Lozells, Birmingham. Mr. J. Ede, Birchfield, Birmingham. Aug. 23, 1873. Dear Sir,-I am now in my eighty-fifth year, and have been suffering from defective sight Subscribers-only content

 

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