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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Wolverley

    the Broadwaters . On the eastern side of the parish is a series of large pools of water, Benson 's Bath, the Stew and Sleepy Mill Island , and there are four or five large pools at the Broadwaters on

    Kidderminster Introduction, borough and manors

    and of a tumulus near the Severn below the railway bri dge is as yet undetermined. Local tradition places at Broadwaters , on the northern boundary of the parish, the site of a Saxon monastery. It is at least certain

    West Bromwich Communications

    branch. In 1786, under an Act of 1783, a branch was opened from Ryders Green through Gre at Bridge to Broadwaters in Wednesbury , with eight locks at Ryders Green ; it was extended to Walsall in 1799 . 9

    Walsall Communications

    Walsall in the 1770s and 1780s 14 the branch of the Birmingham Canal between Ryders Green in West Bromwich and Broadwaters in Wednesbury was extended to Walsall in 1799 under an Act of 1794. It ended at a wharf in

    West Bromwich The growth of the town

    at Great Bridge by 1861 , and the first part of the large Wellington Tube Works was opened on the Broadwaters branch canal in 1872 . 76 By the mid 19th century brickmaking became important in the Greets Green and

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    KIDDERMINSTER. Too MUCH ZELADTo 1rEDSREIN-tf the County Petty Sessions, yesterday-mbefore Maj~r Traf- ford,, Mr. R. Woodward, and Major Hancooks-William Turner, painter anid glaser, was charged with begging at Broadwaters.-Police.C00U1tabil Dunn said hes saw the olhr prisoner. opposite tho Hare Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the other basins and arms which were t suspected, but delay was allowed. The tests of the main canal at Broadwaters, Moxlcy, and Ocker Hill were still delayed on the ground that they could not be done while the canal Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Iof £6. per ariaum. ,Lot 6-A Commodioue FAM6ILY RESIDENCE, knowni as BRetook BOUe.g, With Lawn Frontage to Steorheridge Turnpike Road, Broadwaters containing Entrance Ball. Dining, Drawing, and Brerkabds Rooms, large Landings, wec., seven Bed Rooms. two Kitcloene, laundry. and Chine Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    £6. per anuum. Lot 3.-A Conimodious FAMLA Y RESIDENCE, known as "BS.ronx HousE," with Lawn Frontage to Stourbridge Taropike Road, Broadwaters, containin- Entrance Hell, Dining, Drawing, and Brealkfast Roomo, large Landings, wec., seven Med Rooms, two Mwtchen, Laundry, and China Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Saw'yer and Sons. Strand, Southampton. ____coo OR00 Sale, to be imosodiately removed, the Brinks and other F12Material in Engine-house at Broadwaters Furnaces, near Wednesbury.-For particulars, apply to Mr. Thomas J. Barni'tt, Auctioneer, SS, Darl'ington Street, Wolcverhanmptont. c32S9 d-1 EYSER lEwart's) Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    25 January 1760, 25 January 1760

    called JS/aAr Down, and from the fagM, Mr. Bankes, Mr. .fiTo//, Mr. Finch, Mr. Powell; faid Market Houfe Place, by Broadwaters, to Iverly Hill, and all the Members who ferve for the Counties of and alfo from the faid Market Subscribers-only content

    28 February 1760, 28 February 1760

    Bridgenorth, and a!fo from the faid Town, by Broadwaters, over a Place called Kidderminfler Heath> to the SevenStars in the Road leading to Wolverhampton and alio from the faid Town, by Broadwaters, to Iverly Hill in the Road leading to Subscribers-only content

    11 March 1760, 11 March 1760

    Chamber. amending, widening, and keeping In Repair, the Roads branching out of and leading from the high Road leading by Broadwaters, through the Breach Lane, to Wolverley, and from thence to Wribbenhall, in the Way to Bezvdley Bridge, in the Subscribers-only content

    1 March 1776, 1 March 1776

    Lords have agreed to the Bill, intituled, An Ace for naturalizing Charles Godfrey Wolff, and John Adafil Hk ith Ad d lf derminfler, to a Place called Broadwaters, to join the Hecker, without any Amendment: And alio, The lion- c. Subscribers-only content

    11 March 1776, 11 March 1776

    the Village of Stone, and from The Hoo Brook, in the Parifh of Kid¬ der minfter, to a Place called Broadwaters, to join the Turnpike Road leading from Kidderminfier towards Stourbridge: And the fame was received; and read the Firft Subscribers-only content

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