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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Walsall Wood Manor and other estates

    courts at Shelfield . 58 In 1344 he conveyed all his property there to Sir Roger Hillary . 59 whose family had held other lands in Shelfield since at least 1278. 60 After Roger's death in 1356 his Shelfield estate

    Walsall Wood Education

    infants' school in 1964 . 77 Shelfield School , Mob Lane, High Heath , a comprehensive secondary school, was opened in 1932 in Coalheath Lane, Shelfield , as Shelfield Senior School. It became Shelfield Secondary Modern School in 1945 .

    Walsall Wood Economic history

    on Shelfield Brook west of the later Shelfield Farm in 1576 , 89 but nothing further is known of it. There is evidence of light metal-working in Shelfield and Walsall Wood from the early 18th century. In 1715 two Shelfield

    Walsall Wood Religious life

    red brick with blue-brick dressings. A Primitive Methodist chapel was built in Four Crosses Road , Shelfield , in 1906 . 54 Now Shelfield Centenary Methodist church, it is a brick building with applied halftimbering. The Church of the Latter-day

    Walsall Wood Local government and public services

    SERVICES. The lord of Shelfield manor was holding two courts a year by 1317 , 14 and in 1632 he was said to possess view of frankpledge. 15 Otherwise the evidence shows Walsall Wood and Shelfield as part of Walsall

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    baeddod gwylltion yn Llydaw eleni nag a welw) d yr ugain mlynedd diwedd. af. I Ni etholir Bwrdd Ysgol yn Shelfield eleni oherwydd rhyw ddiffyg y mae dadl ya ei gyich, yn enwad nn I ymgeisydd; gwrthododd y maer fyned Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Croydon, Dublin, Dundee, Edinburgh, Ex.-ter, Glasgow, Huddersfield, Hull, Leeds, Leicester, Liverpool London (West End, Mlazicester. Newcastle, Norwich' Nottingham, Plymouth, Portsmouth, Shelfield, Soutlaiinp- ton, Sunderland, Wolverhampton. SUB OFiFITsS. Buxton, C(ambridge, Derby, Dumiries, Gloucester, Greenock, Grimsby, Halifax, Hanley, lnverness ' ipswich Limerick, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    A'dersgate With a Procession of 40 curriages, Faad pre- sented bV Mr. AlderITnat Cox :-an Addresa 'from the Ladies of Shelfield, vith l0.-00 signatwres, presented 11) Sir R. Wilson in the fUll uniforin of a (General :-an Ad-. dress from Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    other countries as a model how a weli-ordered Government can be cenducted."] MoNVstteWr TO TRa. LrE: MAJo, CAuTwaiGeT.-Thte subserIpteio fron Shelfield towards Major Cartwright's Monument amounts at pre- sent to 62l, 17s, which sum' was paid into Ransorn's on Thursday Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Warrington, J. Green, Manchester, and R. Swarlrick, Ince, Lancasihire, cottou.manufacturers. [Adlington, Bedford row. J. atid IV. Armitage, and S. Standish, Shelfield, Britannia metal-manu- facturers. [Tattersliall, Garden cotiurt, emple. J.Wvieeler and W. J. Adams, May's build. drapers. [Tanner, Basitighiall st. J. Subscribers-only content


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