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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Alvechurch

    BOROUGH ALVECHURCH seems to have been originally included in 20 hides at Westhill (Waersetfelda), Coston . Hackett (Coftune), 13 and Rednal (Wreodanhale), 14 granted by Offa in 780 to the monastery of Bredon , 15 for later registers of Worcester

    The City of Birmingham BOROUGH & CITY BOUNDARIES 1838-1931

    Aston Manor , Erdington and Handsworth Urban Districts, most of King's Norton and Northfield Urban District (i.e. excluding Beoley , Rednal , Rubery , Wythall , and Cofton Hackett ), and Yardley Rural District 21 were brought within the city

    Religious History Religious Houses

    a simple and dignified version of the early Italian Renaissance style. About 1858 the Birmingham Oratory acquired a cottage at Rednal where Newman and other members were later buried. 30 About 1861 the Oratorians opened St. Philip Neri 's orphanage

    Parishes Coston or Cofton Hackett

    The chief road is a branch from the main road between Birmingham and Bromsgrove , which enters the parish near Rednal and passes south through Kendal End to Alvechurch . From this road there are two branches, Groveley Lane, which

    Parishes King's Norton

    district council as a depository for road materials. The parish was formerly divided into five 'eldes' or 'yelds,' Lee , Rednal or Wrednall, 36 Headley , Moundsley and Moseley , for each of which there seem to have been an

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Am y fuwch oreu,-E. Humphreys, Royal Hotel, Caernar- fon. Buwch Gymonreig. ANIFEILIAID CORIOG 0 UNEHYW EYWOGAETH. Beirniaid, Mri. E. Meredith, Rednal; R. Thomas, Baschurch. Am y tarw goreu uweblaw 3 mlwydd,-3p., T. TaYlor, The Cliffe, Dolgellau. Eto o dan 3 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Tyddynyberlan, T' ANIFZILIAID 0 UBRHYW RTWOGAETH. Bairniaid, MT. Adsm Lea, Walcot Park Ferm, L ry, Salop a Eds ard Meredith, Rednal. I I Tarw bair bl*ydd oed n Leb yn ymgeisio. Lto, dan daft blwydd; lia, Hugh Evans, Penywarn, Pont. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Dolgellaa. Dosbarth B ; 1nf, Mr William Phillips, Glanmachlas, Towyn 21, Mr Thomas Jones, Brynmelyn, Corwen, Beirniaid-Mri. R. R. Meredith, Rednal, West Felton, a Wm. Bell, Bodrhyddan, Rhyi. CR.FFYLAU. 26. Caseg ac Ebol at wasanaeth amaethyddol. Dos- balth A 1af, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    issued. The object is to purchase and work three setto, two of which are known respectively as the Lochfyne and Rednal: the letter is situated within one mile and a half of the Itednal station on the Shrewsbury and Chester Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    extricated by having nearly all her clothing torn off her. The stoker lies at the hospital in Bristol. I AT REDNAL, a station on the Shrewsbury and Chester Railway, a l large excursion train, consisting of thirty-two carriages and drawn Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Henry VIII, December 1542, 11-20, 01 December 1542-31 December 1542

    Sprokeson. ii. "The names of the townes that were burned in the West merches of Scotland. Rodnopp, Ryskinnop, Alsopp, Mikethopp, Rednal, Gillamby Rigge, Fyngland, Cloughhedes, 80 houses and much corn in Dounefres, certain houses in Sedworthe, certain houses in Aywyck,

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    12 April 1763, 12 April 1763

    to Holly " Hall, and from Colly Gate to Halefowen, and froffl •'* the Turnpike Road on Dudley Wood to Rednal. Green " in the Parifh of Kings Norton, and from Carter's ** Lane to The Bell Inn at Northfield, Subscribers-only content

    20 February 1777, 20 February 1777

    Bills, without any Amendment. c. Rednal En- Hodie 2a vice lecla eß Billa, intituled, " An AQ. for ciofureBill. " dividing and enclofing the Moors, Commons or " Walle Grounds, within the Townfhip of Rednal, in " the Parifh of Subscribers-only content

    25 February 1777, 25 February 1777

    intituled, " An Act for " dividing and enclofing the Moors, Commons or " Wafte Grounds, within the Townfhip of Rednal, " in the Parifli of Wefl Felton, in the County of Salop." The Oueftion was put, « Whether this Subscribers-only content

    3 March 1777, 3 March 1777

    Tork." " An Ad for dividing and " enclofmg the Moors, Commons or Wafte Grounds, " within the Townfliip of Rednal in the Parifh of Weft " Felton, in the County of Salop." " An Ad for di- " viding, Subscribers-only content

    3 March 1777, 3 March 1777

    28. " An Act for dividing and enclofing the Moors, " Commons or Wafte Grounds, within the Townlhip " of Rednal, in the Parilh of Wefl Felton, in the County « of Salop." i<. c<. ft cc a tc c< Subscribers-only content

 

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