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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Walsall Protestant Nonconformity

    church was occupied by the Church of God at Walsall . Work was begun on a chapel in Vicarage Walk, Caldmore , in 1878 under the auspices of Ebenezer. It was opened in 1879 , and the congregation became an

    Walsall Economic history

    at Palfrey Green worked from 1581 to 1584 . 90 Paget also mined at Caldmore between 1578 and 1580 , 91 at 'Walsytch' (probably in Caldmore ) in 1580 , 92 in Windmill field between 1578 and 1582 , 93

    Walsall The growth of the town CENTRAL WALSALL 1876 WALSALL (Southern part) 1974 WALSALL (Northern part) 1974

    The main settlement was round Caldmore Green , where several old ways meet: Caldmore Road (formerly Caldmore Lane ), Corporation Street (formerly Coal Pit Lane ), West Bromwich Street , and Watery Lane. 16 Caldmore Lane ran into Bath Street

    Walsall Charities for the poor

    existed in 1670 , but nothing further is known of them. 40 Richard Stone of Caldmore 's Charity. Probably before 1660 Richard Stone of Caldmore gave 6 s . 8 d . from land at Palfrey for bread for the

    Walsall Introduction Walsall Area, c . 1775 Plan of Walsall , 1679

    103,059 in 1931 and 118,498 in 1961 . 38 By 1961 it included a number of immigrants, largely in the Caldmore and Palfrey areas; there were 625 born in India , 353 in Pakistan , and 478 in Jamaica .

  • * British History Online *

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    Memorials LXVI - XCII, Charities (1601-48)

    To Great Bloxwich 6 13 4 To Little Bloxwich, Tofcott, Harden, Capell, Rishall End, and Davend Pelsall, Shellfitt, Woodend, and Caldmore 6 13 To all the poor of Walsall town in Staffordshire 6 13 20 0 0 And the said

    Index to places

    373. Broad Street 29, 127. Bromefield 302, 303. Bromeholme 279. Bucklersbury 4. Bunhill Fields 333. Burnsall 305. C. Calais 69. Caldmore 316. Candish Alley 279. Cannon Street 290, 402, 479 Canterbur y 269, 273. Capell 316. Carshalton 286. Change Alley

    Entry Book, June 1675, 16-30, 01 June 1675-30 June 1675

    rent for lands in Orslow 2 0 0 Same for lands in Wyrley 2 9 10 Same for lands in Caldmore 2 0 0 Same for tythes in Tittensor 2 13 4 A pension issuing out of the church of

    Index, C, 01 December 1672-31 December 1675

    Yorks), 687 water, near Halifax, 653. Calderwood , William, royal bounty to, 374. Caldicot (co. Monmouth), manor and castle, 268. Caldmore (co. Staffs), 758. Caley , William, Commissioner for Recusants, Yorks, North Riding, 750. -, Sir William, Commissioner for Recusants,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Tgorrls Boot, Orlando b'Street, for' li off-liceuises, Air. Barnes (fronit Mr. 5CoRead,- ' for i u seupporting ; Thonias Burns, Caldmore ill 11.Rad o anoft-license, Mr. Gillespie appearing on hlis dbhl;Paul Harriman, cooper, Pleclk Road, for an elf- rei dI Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LxQur Dtioxs.-A petition has been filed in the of 'Walsall Bankrnptcy Coart on behblt of Edward Trnce, of n- 43, Caldmore IRoad and Brace Street, Walsall, baker and eonfectioncr, with liabilities ambunting to£250, ; solicitor, 0o Mr. A. Baker, Walsall.-Petitions Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    out of Sal business, formerly of the Bridge Inn, Ettingehall, near Fri ;olverhasitoi, licensed victualler, and pre Ious] of Do Caldmore, Walsall, commrssion agent, with liabidites Fo amounting to £263. ; Fiolisitor, Mr. A. Beklcor, Waliaul. N~ UNPIEOED2X1TED; Low pItglol Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    charged with having broken into a pigeon-pen and stolen four pigeons, value lits., the property of Frank Bird, spur manufacturer, Caldmore Rpoad, on the 19th nit. One of' the birds had been sold for 6d., and two others were offered Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Chief Constable said all the boys who had been before the Bench belonged to a gang of about twenty at Caldmore. They were breaking into empty houses and carrying awvay the fittings and other portable things, and stealing from shops Subscribers-only content

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