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lliam Rose, of

TAnne, daugWilliam and Sarah (twins.) Born 1698, at Daventry.

Anne, den, of Birmingham, county of Warwick; Patron of

ter, county of Essex. Born December 3, 1717, at
try. Died March 6, 1806. Buried at Wednesbury.

Clare Hall, Cahn Rose Holden, eldest son and heir. Married June, of Parliament, ary, daughter of William Tovey, of Erdington, county 14, at Whilton,

of Stafford.

Rose, B.D.; Jer 19, 1799. d Tutor of Fuary 22, 1783. Buried April 24, 1787, at Daventry. ege, Oxford; il 16, 1784. His Majesty's 3, 1787. at Whitehall. I Buried November 30, 1789, at Daventry.

20, and bap- y 23, 1793, at Daventry. le 19, 1788. as buried the 18th of May, 1797, at Daventry.

Conway Lucas 1

Hyla Holden Rose. Born November 4, 1811, at

Greenwich, county of Kent.

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y, in the county o

1776, aged about

Mary, DaughtTyla Holden. Died at Bath about 1766. Buried at Wednesbury. Married and

had issue.

ate of Summer Hed December 9, 1829, aged gham. Died Janu"

Rev. William Lucas Holden, afterwards

Rev. William Lucas Rose.

Hyla Holan Elizabeth.
county of gust 27, 1792.

3rd sury infant. Buried
NovembeJpminster.
December

Rev. Henry Augustus Holden, Mary, daughter of Hyda
of Daventry, county of North | Holden, of Wednesbury
hampton; M.A. of Worcester Forge, county of Stafford.
College, Oxford ; 6th, but 4th Married September 9,
surviving son. Born Decem 1813, at Wednesbury.
ber 27, 1784. Baptized at S.
George the Martyr's, London.

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Index.

ABBBOT of Hales Owen, 24, 45, 138, Baptisms, Registers of, 67
140, 143

Barr Beacon, 1
Addison, John, 36

Barrett, Rev. J. C. 83
- Mary, 36

Bassetting or Dipping, 101
Samuel, 31, 35, 36, 62, 79 | Beaumont, Dorothy, 11
William, 36

- Sir Henry, 11, 58
Anabaptist Meeting House, 92

Viscount, 11
Ancient Pottery, 119

Beck, Elizabeth, 60
— Town of Wednesbury, 1 Benefactions to Wednesbury, 58
Anglesey, Marquis of, 123

Best, Rev. Edward, 28, 36
Appendix, General, 137

Birds, unusual, 134
to the Manor, 13

Birmingham, early Trade of, 96
Architecture, Early English, 23, 80, Blast Furnaces, 108, 116
87

Hot, 117
Perpendicular, 26, 27 Blewstone's Experiments on Iron-
Saxon, 23

making, 110
Tudor, 27

Board of Health, 78
Arms, grant of, to Parkes, 124

Bordarii, 9
- in Wednesbury Church, 146 Bordesley Monastery, 132
plates 1, 2, 3

Bridgnorth Castle, 7
Atcherley, Rev. John, 28

Britons, Ancient made Pottery, 118
Augmentation Office Records, 154

used Coal, 94

- Iron, 105
BABB, Joseph, 40

Broadwaters, Steam Engine at, 104
Bagnall, James, 80

Brown, Benjamin, 38
Henry, 83

Bullbaiting, 78
Thomas, 83

| Burying in Woollen, 133

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