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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Walsall Communications

    the junction with the Sutton road and near the present junction with Broadway . The road to West Bromwich via Fullbrook apparently existed in the later Middle Ages since Tame Bridge carrying it over the West Bromwich boundary existed then;

    Townships Curborough and Elmshurst CURBOROUGH AND ELMHURST 1987

    to George Fox of Elmhurst Hall . 116 The farmhouse still existed in 1848 117 but no longer survives. FULLBROOK FARM FULLBROOK FARM in Elmhurst centres on an estate of 67 a. devised by Richard Walker (d. 1547) to Lichfield

    Walsall Churches The Church of St. Matthew in 1819

    was a mission room in Adam's Row, Digbeth , c . 1896. 27 The conventional district of St. Gabriel 's, Fullbrook , established in 1936 , included part of St. Matthew 's parish. 28 In 1959 services were begun at

    Parishes Solihull

    the accounts of the Exchequer, appointed for life: ibid. p. 210. His other manors were Henley , Beaudesert , and Fullbrook . Thomas Frebody, for life: ibid. p. 258. L. and P. Hen . VIII , i (2nd ed.), g.

    West Bromwich Churches

    part of the Delves formerly in Wednesbury and now in West Bromwich is in the parish of St. Gabriel , Fullbrook , in Walsall . The mission church of the Annunciation on the corner of Redwood Road and Thorncroft Way

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    pig, value £2. 10s.,the property of Walter Shepherd, Palfrey; and one pig, value £6. lOs., the property of Mary Perry, Fullbrook. Messrs. G. C. Lewis, A. Stokes, Disturnal, and R. A. Dale, appeared to prosecute. The pigs were removed from Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    paid by the trustees--Tic Clerk re- ported that lie had seen Mr. Frost with regard to the re- pairs of Fullbrook bridge, and that that gentleman stated that the bridge wivas built some thirty years ago under the inspectioh of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    be paid. The Clesk announiced the receipt of a letter from Mr. Trubshawr the County Surveyor, to the effect that Fullbrook bridge is not on the county list of bridges, and that the county camiot therefore be expected to defray Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Spofforts, WVeldhses, ansi Wh'lite. The business elsielly reaited to repairs being done or recaiolced attiseRed Lion Inn asdat Tewnals Laiis, Fullbrook Farnms end other Corporate property. Aftar a long consultation thle whole wass ordered to stand over till Ilia next Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    2d., were presented, and a cheque for the amount drawn. After some conversation with respect to the dangerous condition of Fullbrook Bridge, Messrs. Smith, Horton, ahd Blalcemore, with the Clerk, were appointed to wait upon Mr. Frost to urge him Subscribers-only content

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