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Wednesbury, Staffordshire

Wednesbury, Staffordshire

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Published by Ed. J.Burrow in Cheltenham, London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementpublished by authority of the Wednesbury Borough Council.
ContributionsWednesbury. Borough Council.
The Physical Object
Pagination53p. :
Number of Pages53
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20196514M

WEDNESBURY, a town and a parish in West Bromwich district, town stands on the South Staffordshire and Great Western railways, near the Birmingham canal, 8 miles NW of Birmingham; was called by the Saxons Wodensbury, after the god Woden; is now popularly called Wedgebury; had a castle, built in , by the princess Ethelfleda; was made a parliamentary borough, with one. Historically Wednesbury is within Staffordshire; in , the Domesday Book describes Wednesbury (Wadnesberie) as being a thriving rural community encompassing Bloxwich and Shelfield (now part of Walsall). During the Middle Ages the town was a rural village, with each family farming a strip of land with nearby heath being used for grazing.

Wednesbury was at the centre of a vast area of industrialisation, which greatly affected the landscape and everyday sights and sounds. In John Nock Bagnall published his book "A History of Wednesbury in the County of Stafford" which includes a chapter . Staffordshire. There were places in the county of Staffordshire in Domesday Book.

Moxley, a village in Wednesbury parish, and an ecclesiastical parish partly also in Darlaston and Wolverhampton parishes, Staffordshire. The village stands 1 mile W of Wednesbury, 1 SE of Bilston, and 1 SW of Darlaston; is a modern place, sharing in the manufactories of the Black country; and has a station (Bradley and Moxley) on the G.W. R. Staffordshire, Walsall: Replication by Roger Dyngley and Thomas Rice to the Answer of John Beamont: TNA: STAC 2/28/ , Staffordshire, Wednesbury. Archdeaconry of Stafford Visitation Act Book. LRO: B/V/1/ Staffordshire, Wednesbury: Archdeaconry of Stafford Visitation Act Book: LRO: B/V/1/ , Staffordshire, Wednesbury.


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