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  • * Victoria County History *

    22 results from this resource, ordered by relevance. View more View all

    Walsall Wood Local government and public services

    became part of the urban district of Brownhills . 22 A sewage works had been built by 1882 to the north of Green Lane near the canal bridge. It passed to the Brownhills urban district council and in 1966 to

    Walsall Parliamentary history

    areas were added. Brownhills urban district, including Walsall Wood , was transferred from Cannock constituency to Walsall North, and Aldridge urban district from Lichfield and Tamworth constituency to Walsall South. 72 Under an Order of 1970 Brownhills and Aldridge were

    Walsall Wood Economic history

    Co. Ltd., who converted it for use as an aluminium foundry. Butlers moved to Lindon Road in 1958 and to Brownhills in 1964 . 96 Several other metal-working firms set up factories in Walsall Wood and Shelfield after the Second

    Burslem Local government, economic history and social life

    a pottery and house at Brownhills in or soon after 1782; the works was demolished by his son John in 1830 when the house and grounds were improved. 312 This was the only pottery at Brownhills at the beginning of

    Burslem Buildings, manors and estates BURSLEM TOWN CENTRE c. 1960

    only the last two remained, together with a wharf at Brownhills . 141 The Port Vale wharf ceased to be used early in the 20th century, 142 but the Brownhills wharf continued until at least 1940. 143 The wharf on

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    merchant-March 7, J. It. Munden, Barwick, Somerset- shire, flax spinner-March 8, A. Webb, Liverpool, carpet seller- March 6, G. Hnod, Brownhills, Staffordshire, earthenware manu- facturer-March 9, J. Bate, Dudley, ironmonger-March 7, T. W. Jones, Wellington, Shropshire, draper -March 9, G. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    prisoners, and they left the premises-as marks upon the road would show-by a cart-an indication of their having come to Brownhills from a distance. The inmates of the house re- mained bound until their cries attracted the attention of some Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in the immediate neighbourhood leave no doubt as to the presence of the celebrated "Deep" and "Shallow" Coals of the Brownhills and Cannock Chase districts; in addition to which, various other measures of forge, furnace, and house coals, and important Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Thos. Clay, a navvy, for 1is., wages alleged at to be duo to him in respect of work done at Brownhills. Ld- Mr. Ashford Birmingham, appeared fur the defence, and in stated that,amlthoagh the plaintiff worked on week days for Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    their Li~nd, mnarchied out front )of Walsall, and reached the camp at about hali-past four ; the iod D Company (Brownhills), wcho travelled by. train to Great ha B larr station, which -is close to the park gates, came next, Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    23 March 1825, 23 March 1825

    now in the Mains of " Slains and Cruden ; Isobel Fiddler and William Fiddler, " late Tacksmen of Nether Brownhills, then or now in " Stonehouse Hill of Cruden; John Grant, late Tacksman t: of AUishill, then or now Subscribers-only content

    15 February 1826, 15 February 1826

    meet; and that Sir William Fettes " of Comely Bank, Baronet, David Gillespie Esquire, " Mountquhanie, Norman Hill Esquire, of Brownhills, " and James Nairne, Writer to the Signet, the surviving " and accepting Trustees nominated and appointed by «« Subscribers-only content

    19 May 1826, 19 May 1826

    then or now in the Mains of Slams and Cruden; Isobel Fiddler, and William Fiddler, late Tacks¬ man of Nether Brownhills, then or now in Stonehouse Hill of Cruden; John Grant, late Tacksman of AUishill, then or now in Tarsetshill; Subscribers-only content

    10 May 1830, 10 May 1830

    in the county of Stafford; and, of Owners and Occupiers of land in Walsall, Wednesbury, Tipton, Bilston, Darlaston, Wolverhampton, Cannock, Brownhills, Norton, Essington, Wyrley, Bloxwich, Rushall, Sheljield, Stonnall, Shenstone, Ogley Hay, Saredon, Pelsall, Hammerwich, Aldridge and Great Barr, all in Subscribers-only content

    6 December 1830, 6 December 1830

    1 Will. IV. 6° Decemhr'is. 147 ns for lishing Petition for protection of West India Property. A Petition1 of Inhabitants of Foot's Cray;—of Protestant Dissenters of Ashford;—of Rector, Churchwardens and Inhabitants of Woolwich;—of Inhabitants of Meneage ;— of Mayor, Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    House of Commons Journal Volume 85, 18 March 1830, 18 March 1830-18 March 1830

    against Walsall Road Bill. A Petition of Owners and Occupiers of land in Walsall, Wednesbury, Tipton, Bilston, Darlaston, Wolverhampton, Cannock, Brownhills, Norton, Essington, Wyrley, Bloxwich, Rushall, Shelfield, Stonnall, Shenstone, Ogley Hay, Saredon, Pelsall, Hammerwich, Aldridge and Great Barr , all

    House of Commons Journal Volume 85, 10 May 1830, 10 May 1830-10 May 1830

    the county of Stafford ; and, of Owners and Occupiers of land in Walsall, Wednesbury, Tipton, Bilston, Darlaston, Wolverhampton, Cannock, Brownhills, Norton, Essington, Wyrley, Bloxwich, Rushall, Shelfield, Stonnall, Shenstone, Ogley Hay, Saredon, Pelsall, Hammerwich, Aldridge and Great Barr , all

 

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