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Sixty years of Saltley Parish 1850-1910.

James Adderley

Sixty years of Saltley Parish 1850-1910.

by James Adderley

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Published by Allday Ltd in Birmingham .
Written in English


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- Explore sallyhagenhoff's board "lost history" on Pinterest. See more ideas about History, Interesting history and American history pins. Thomas died in Newcastle, NSW, at 3 years of age. + 59 ii. John SALT was born + 60 iii. Mary SALT was born 14 October + 61 iv. Thomas Henry SALT was born 18 September + 62 v. Jane Elizabeth SALT was born 63 vi. Elizabeth SALT was born in Newcastle, NSW She married Thomas FARMER in Newcastle, NSW, 3 November

General Births, Marriages & Deaths Graham & Emma Maxwell have some searchable databases of Non-OPR Birth, Marriage & Death records on their website. Dunfermline: Dunfermline Parish Registers A Scottish Record Society Publication. Re: SALT in Berkshire and Australia By Alan C in June Robert was about 23 years of age at the time of his marriage to Maria who was probably a few years younger. I believe that Robert was originally from the village of Hungerford, a few miles west of Speen, as it was the custom for the marriage to take place in the bride’s Parish.


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I hope it may be of interest to my readers. A parish was assigned out of St Saviour’s, Saltley, St Mark’s, Washwood Heath, and St Margaret’s, Ward End in Consecrated in Registers at Birmingham Central Library – Archives department.

Baptisms Marriages Burials Non Conformist. Baptist - George Arthur Road Saltley. Chapel was built in. Saltley, a hamlet and an ecclesiastical parish formerly in Aston parish, Warwickshire, but now included in the city of Birmingham.

The hamlet stands 2 miles NE of Birmingham, Coleshill, Ordius, and Adderleys. It dates from ancient times, belonged to successively the Earls of. Sixty years of American life, Taylor to Roosevelt, to New York, E.P.

Dutton & Company, (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Everett Pepperrell Wheeler. In A shop in High Street, Saltley was acquired and converted.

Free Church of England and reformed Episcopal Church – Alum Rock Road Saltley Emmanuel Church was in use in The congregation was founded in A daughter mission existed in Aston Road for some years after Saltley: Photos, maps, personal memories and local books of Saltley.

Francis Frith The UK’s leading publisher of local photographs since My dad worked there for years, he used to stand on some steps and wave to me. I also remember the public baths in Adderley Road, I went there every Sunday morning for my weekly bath.

SALTLEY, a village and a chapelry in Aston parish, village stands on the Birmingham and Derby railway, near the Wednesbury canal, 2 miles N E of Birmingham; dates from ancient times; belonged to successively the Earls of Mercia, the Barons of Dudley, and the Rokebys; had a castle built by the Rokebys, and long ago ruinous; has undergone many modern improvements, and much.

He and his two sons came to Saltley and built a railway carriage works on what had been Broad Meadow. A working- class village soon emerged around Gate Street and High Street, but elsewhere development was slow. Five years later, inWright gave the large sum of £ to Charles Bowyer Adderley to build the church of Saint Saviour.

Copy of the Register baptisms, marriages, burials for the mission St. Joseph of Lake Cumberland, Saskatchewan, stated in French. Within the first pages is a baptismal certificate dated Ap for the J baptism of Louison Marsolais aged twenty three months at. BAPTISMS MARRIAGES limited BURIALS + Church Records @ Irish BAPTISMS MARRIAGES RC + Church Records @ Irish BAPTISMS MARRIAGES + NLI.

In there were said to be three Baptist meeting houses in King's Norton parish, with congregations ranging from 18 to At the time of the census there were two Baptist chapels, one with sittings forbuilt c. and the other 'King's Norton chapel, Moseley Yield' with sittings forbuilt in   Saltley Carlton Theatre built in at a cost of £14, on the corner of Nechells Place & Saltley Rd.

It opened as a Variety Theatre by it had changed names to the Coliseum. But like most theatres of it's kind in it changed to a cinema.

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Parish he belongs to: Burton Work: errand boy Education: cannot read or write at all Offence: stealing money Circumstances which led to it: bad company Sentence passed when, by whom, where: 26 AprC W Lyon and William Wood Esqs, Burton petty sessions Where imprisoned: Stafford Sentence: 1 calendar month hard labour and 3 years at Saltley.

Just been informed of this lookup and wonder if it's possible for someone to lookup the name of David Thompson, born Pontefract, who was put in prison, at the age of 11 for 10 days, followed by time in a reformatory until the age of 16 years.

He was incarcerated in HMP Wakefield on 22 Dec but I'm not sure which reformatory he was sent to. Parish History [edit | edit source]. SALTLEY, with Washwood, a hamlet, in the parish and union of Aston, Birmingham division of the hundred of Hemlingford, N.

division of the county of Warwick. Resources [edit | edit source] Civil Registration [edit | edit source]. Birth, marriages and deaths were kept by the government, from July to the present day. Conq. as these Authorities, ci­ted in the margent, do shew; but the Red book manifests, that it was in the fourteenth year of that King's reign; and that it was not perfected till the xx th.

the volume it self declareth. That this work was performed with great curiositie and strictnesse, H. Hun­tend. Steve Allatt obituary In he returned to Saltley College, by then renamed St Peter’s, to spend a decade training teachers in physical education, gaining a.

impression of the plates. Herman Moll produced a set of 36 new and correct maps of Scotland divided in shires inre-issued in and reprinted in Bjørnstjerne Martinius Bjørnson (/ ˈ b j ɜːr n s ən / BYURN-sən, Norwegian: [ˈbjø̂ːɳstjæːɳə ˈbjø̂ːɳsɔn]; 8 December – 26 April ) was a Norwegian writer who received the Nobel Prize in Literature "as a tribute to his noble, magnificent and versatile poetry, which has always been distinguished by both the freshness of its inspiration and the rare purity of Children: Bjørn Bjørnson, Bergljot Ibsen, Erling Bjørnson.The church was built in as an “outside” church attached to the parish of St.

Joseph ’s and remained so for 15 years until Salthill was finally designated as a Parish in its own right.

That happened on the Feast of Christ the King on 1st December Over the years the face of the parish has altered.