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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Walsall Wood Introduction WALSALL WOOD c. 1974

    named by 1805 ) on the west of the common and at Catshill on the north by the Chester road . A way ran over the common to Catshill , evidently approximating to the line of the present Brownhills Road

    Parishes Bromsgrove

    parish of Bromsgrove the civil parish of North Bromsgrove was formed in 1894 , 1 Catshill , a separate ecclesiastical parish since 1844, 2 being included in it in 1895 . In 1880 Crowfield was transferred from Dodderhill to Bromsgrove


    27 and 59 a. in 1905 , 28 is in the valley of Lodgegrove brook, and at Bishopswood it includes Catshill wood, recorded from 1647. 29 An area of woodland known in the later 14th century as Goldfinch's grove was

    Index A - K

    & Iron Co ., 193 Caswall , Edw., Rom. Cath. divine, 88, 129 Catholic Apostolic Church , 62-3, 130, 243 Catshill , see Walsall Wood Catten , -, schoolmistress, 138 Caverswall , Park Hall , 178 Central Manufacturing Co .,

    Index L - Z

    , 264 Walsall Women's Unionist Association , 217 Walsall Wood , 275-84 agric., 279-80 canals, see Walsall Wood , communications Catshill , 168, 278, 281 ch., 81, 281-3 cinema, 279 Clayhanger , 178, 278-80 ch., 282 Clayhanger Brickworks, 280-1 growth,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wyr at a gaolyn. Apeliai gohebydd yn y Bromsygrove Messenger yn ddiweddar am roddion tuag at gynal ys- golion Eglwysig Catshill. Dywedsi yr ysgdifenydd fod y=Dicesan Boatd of Education yn Worcester, a'r Society, wodi rhoddi ystyriaeth i'r achos, sa wedi Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    is i Neehells. I.. J. 'W. S.` The battle of Tarnanielb 'was foughit on c March 13. t. JT. G.," Catshill. -(1) No'. (2) The amount is fixed by theIlas Stamp Act. d sop "'A. IV.-Tbd noiDCe must expire at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    south aspect; F containing kcitcheit, parlour, bask kitcheen, dairy, pantry, three bedrooms; gisrien, &c.; twvo milos from LickeylsMonumcelit,-Apply, J. Grove, Catshill, Bromesgrove, - oHIO1 CLOVER'S Rootd, Small leaths Pare; near station and 'bus '4.pleaosest situation.-j, Idereons, 369, Coventry Road. c2856 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    eight romomS, c25iO TO LET-Bt1JINESS PREMISES _ I -ROM OH-omadPeiewith baicer's oven, four G.O B rsad aey cuidb onConot. Litt~le Catshill. - - God o~csng fr bker &eLo~andLavelle, Estate Agents, yewsa -h BonigrOe.'oti wood ID USINtESS.PREMISL8. Fazeloy Street and Barn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ropLwotable yanags Wosoami ci to 0 Ic A-1 part liusoewmerl. inl is coier urine' flmollp. .Slt be well ruconnonidedcd-Mrs. H., Catshill Vicarage, Broinsgrove. cR906 'HAUN2DRtMAIDJ (tlirouglml Deaire. tte-engsgesarnt as, Upper St L1.2or Single-hsadaed.-Address, L. msidwisiotr, Smiitterfildl, (stiat- ciI ford-lis-Avon. _________c72l Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Entry Book, January 1683, 2-15, 01 January 1683-31 January 1683

    of timber in Hill Coppice, Half Quarter Coppice and the Ridges Coppice in Wakefield Walk and in Little and Great Catshill and Pondriding Coppices in Shrobb Walk in said forest for the repairing of Wakefield Lodge, the sluice gates, watercourses

    Warrant Book, February 1703, 16-28, 01 February 1703-28 February 1703

    for the gateing, stileing, posting and cabening of Fernally Coppice in Hazelborough Walk, Iron Yard Coppice in Shoulbrook Walk and Catshill alias Sallow [Swallow ] Coppice in Shrobwalk in Whittlewood Forest and Rawlins Meer Coppice in John Stirk's Walk in

    Index of Persons and Places, W, 01 January 1703-31 December 1703

    468. woodward of. See Newton, T. Hazelborough Walk, Fernally Coppice in, 145. Shoulbrook Walk, Iron Yard Coppice in, 145. Shrobwalk, Catshill alias Sallow [Swallow ] Coppice in, 145. Whitworth , Cha., employed in Her Majesty's service at Ratisbon, 183, 405.

    Index, C, 01 January 1681-31 December 1685

    of tin, Cornwall, 1590. Catchmay , Tracey, commissioner to perambulate Dean Forest, 962. Catley (Yorks, ? Cattal or Cautley), 1197. Catshill (Cattshill), Coppice, Little and Great, see Whittlewood Forest. Catterell , Evan, Recusant, Lancs, 1235. -, James, Recusant, Lancs, 1235.

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