1 edition of Kelly"s directory of Birmingham and the counties of Stafford, Warwick and Worcester found in the catalog.
Kelly"s directory of Birmingham and the counties of Stafford, Warwick and Worcester
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Less than half this accommodation is available in the much larger building at Staunton Court; a dovecote twenty-six feet by twenty-one, with walls two feet six inches thick. Edgbaston has also a church, some part of which is ancient, and contains some monuments. One inclines to think that, where so found, it has been introduced without due consideration; the dovecote's builder having noticed its presence in a circular or octagonal house, admired it as a useful and ingenious contrivance, and jumped too hastily to the conclusion that it would prove of equal service in his own. Blews, the restoration of the ancient monuments of the "Lords of Birmingham" has been effected. From to Bull Street, Birmingham was the sole Quaker meeting in Birmingham, and its history during this period has, therefore, been considered in the general article on nonconformity. Several distinguished members of the Protestant church were also present.
The house is twenty-eight feet six inches long, by fifteen feet ten inches broad. There are a couple of unusual features, the main one being the floor. Ebenezer Chapel, Steelhouse Lane, was built in ; it has a handsome front, and contains 1, sittings. Jude's, in Newhall Street, is a peculiar meeting house. The Unitarians here have been foremost in every philanthropic effort to ameliorate the condition of the poor; and they have a Domestic Mission Chapel, in Lawrence Street, a neat brick edifice, to accommodate persons; it is well attended by the poorest people; Rev.
The living, a perpetual curacy, in the patronage of the Bishop of Worcester; the rector of St. At Islington is the Magdalene Chapel. After this, a small Chapel was erected at Edgbaston, part of which is now a Farm house. There are also wakes, Bell wake, Chapel wake, Deritend wake, etc.
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We have it on the authority of the Evesham Chronicles that Abbot Randulph, whose Kellys directory of Birmingham and the counties of Stafford of office dated from tobrought about, among other improvements on his lands, the erection of dovecotes at Offenham, Hamstone, Wickhampton, and Ombresley.
The chapel made no return to the religious census ofand it seems likely that in that year the congregation had moved to Ann Street, nearby. Bertram Richard Eccles, curate St. TN Shelley Rev. The Polytechnic Institution is in Steelhouse Lane.
Mary's Row. The galleries are supported on iron shafts; the communion is ornamented with a fine altar piece, over which is a window of tracery work, decorated with painted glass.
Besides the principal Chantry or chapel three others are fitted up and appropriated. The first stone was laid inand it was consecrated August 10th, ; was made a district church in June,with a population assigned of 6, souls.
Letters arrive from Cradley Heath, Staffs. James Taylor, Esq. In the year the church and tower were cased with brick. Again this dovecote still exists, but has been converted. Richard Walker, in Aston street,caps are manufactured per day.
The chapel was replaced in by Summer Hill Church, and the Warwick and Worcester book was inoccupied by the Birmingham Assay office.
The General Dispensary is in Union Street; a handsome stone-fronted building, erected in Edgbaston has also a church, some part of which is ancient, and contains some monuments.
Isaac Spooner, M. The lectures qualify for examination for the diploma of the University of London, the Royal College of Surgeons, and the Society of Apothecaries, without any residence elsewhere. In a beautiful stained glass window, representing the conversion of St.
At Islington is the Magdalene Chapel. In connection with this, is a small neat Chapel, in Heneage Street, erected in The circuit also extends to Small Heath, Coleshill, Whitacre, Bodymore Heath, Castle Bromwich, Hill, Water Orton, Curdworth, and Lord Street, where Services are performed twice or three times every Sunday, and on other days; it also extends to eleven other places, where Services are performed once a week; having five Itinerant Preachers, 36 Local Preachers, with five on trial, and eight Exhorters; Superintendent, Rev.
Elizabeth Phillips, and her daughter and son-in-law, Mr.Internet Archive BookReader Birmingham. History and general directory of the borough of Birmingham, with the remainder of the Kellys directory of Birmingham and the counties of Stafford of Aston being part of. The cupola was square and of wood.
He gave us a couple of references for dovecote books and also the name of a lady in Cinderford who is also interested in dovecotes. When we got home, we sent him a copy of the Worcester and Warwick chapter of Cooke's book.
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