2 edition of Methodists in Amblecote and their chapels found in the catalog.
Methodists in Amblecote and their chapels
H. Jack Haden
|Statement||by H. Jack Haden.|
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These smaller churches were called Chapels of Ease or Chapelries. The curates in a Guide to their Location and Indexes. This book (4th ed. ) lists where Bishop's transcripts are deposited. It is available at the Family Round Amblecote Laborer T.J.
Slade 28 Mar John Perry Edward &. Samuel and his younger sister Sarah () were born into an industrious family; their father was an ironmaster at Cannock Wood Forge and their maternal grandfather Waldron Hill () was a prominent glassmaker at Coalbournhill, Amblecote.
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After the departure of the Prestwich family for London their business in Broseley was taken over by the Listers. Reference was made in the Minute Book entry for October 9th, to the theft of six geese belonging to John Rose.
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This directory is an attempt to collect together information about such bands and make it available to all. Of the many brass bands that have flourished in Britain over the last years very few have documented records covering their history.
This page is an attempt to collect together information about such bands and make it available to all. Over 8, extinct bands are recorded here.