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CANALS, 74

Church, Wednesbury, Monuments in,
Catalogue of Churchwardens, 63 27, 3!
Curates, 43

— Walls formerly
- Overseers, 63

painted, 28
- Vicars, 42

Churches, new, 79
Ceawlin, King of Wessex, 6 Churchwardens of Wednesbury, 63
Ceorls, 9

- S. James's, 85
Chancel of Wednesbury Church, 27

- S. John's, 81
Chapel, Delves, 87

Clarkson, Rev. I. 78, 79, 88
- King's Hill, 88

Clay used by Glovers, 120
Characters, remarkable, 123

Clerk, Parish, 56
Charities of Wednesbury, 35, 58 Coal, finding, 103
Charter of Market, 89

first used to make Iron, 109
Sir William Rous, 143 - of Wednesbury celebrated, 95
Chimes, 132

Pits, early mention of, 98
Church Accommodation, 88

- in Old Field, 97
Moxley, 79, 86

Thick, 104, 105
- Restoration, imperfect, 29 used by Britons, 94
- S. James's, 79, 82

Romans, 95
S. John's, 79

- Saxons, 95
Walsall, 138

- and Jron Trades, 94, 109
Wednesbury, built, 23, 24 Coalry at Newcastle, 95

Chancel of, 27 Cockfighting, 78
Chimes of, 132 Coins, Roman, found, 4
Dimensions of, Cokes, 101

Cole, Rev. W. Graham, 83, 85
Foundations of, Comberford Family, 130

Warnings before
- granted to the Death, 130
Abbey of Hales Owen, 24, 140

_Dorothy, 11
- Sir

-Henry, D.D. 130
John Dudley, 25

-Humphrey, 11
Lectern in, 27

-John, 58
repaired 1766,

- Thomas, 130

- William, 59, 99
restored 1828, Commutation of Wednesbury Tithes,
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126

Composition Papers, Royalist, 125, Echo, remarkable, 135

Edward the Elder (King) 6
Conveyance of Mining Produce, 74 Egg, remarkable, 135i
Copies of Original Records, 13, 45, Elwell, Mrs. 81
89, 125, 138

English Architecture, Early, 23, 80,
Cort, Mr. 117

87
Cox, John, 40

Episcopal Registers, 45
Cromwell's Soldiers destroy Wednes- Ethelfleda, Countess of Mercia, 6, 7

bury Organ, 26
Crowle, Lectern at, 146

Fairs at Wednesbury, 148, 153
Crowther, Edward, 37

- walking the, 153
- John, 125

Feudal System, 8, 137
- Stephen Faulkner, 37, 61

Fidoe Family, 91
Crump, Rev. W. 87

Fisk, Rev. George, 87
Cumberfort, John, 32

Flaxley Forge, 107
Curates of Wednesbury, 43

Fletcher, Mrs. 81

Foley Family, 114
Dalton, Rev. William, 83, 86

- the Fiddler, 114
Danes' Cinders, 98

E. T. 12, 79, 81, 158
--- Shafts, 98

Hon. Mrs. 12
Danish Invasion of England, 6

Lady Emily, 12, 79, 81, 86,
Darlaston, Clay found at, 120

158
Dean Forest Ironworks, 107 Forest of Dean Ironworks, 107
Death-warning to the Comberford Frankpledge, View of, 137
Family, 130

Freeman, Josiah, 130
Deaths, Registers of, 67
- Warnings of, 130

GABRIEL's Hounds, 136
Delves Chapel, 87

Glebe in Wednesbury, 53
Domesday Book, 10

Gloucestershire, production of Iron
Druid Stations, 1

in, 117
- Worship, 3

Griffiths, Thomas, 61
Druidical History, 2, 3

HADEN, Rev. A. B. 31, 36
Dudley, Dud, 109

- Francis W. 39
- Edward, 59

Mary, 36
Lord, 109

Hales Owen Convent, 24, 25, 45,138,
EARLY English Architecture, 23, 80, 140, 143
87

Hall, Rev. Joseph, 83
Easter Dues of Wednesbury, 54 Hawes, Rev. R. 83

Health, Board of, 78

Iron, great Produce of, in Gloucester-
Heaton, John, 60

shire, 117
Heptarcby, the Saxon, 5

- how made, 110
Hercourt, Gualterus, 34

- Wire Manufactory, 115
Arms of, 34

Trade, 94, 105, 107
Heronville, Henricus, 14, 17

- Scotch, 117
-Henry, 11

Works, 105
Joan, 11

Increase of, 116
Johannes, 13, 14, 19 -- in Dean Forest, 107
Juliana, 14, 17

— Numbers employed in,
-Simon, 10

115
- William, 10

Swedish, 114, 115
Hobson, Joseph, 35

Ironwork, Medieval, 107
Hodgkins, John, 38
Holden, Hyla, 39

JENNINGS, Richard, 59
- Rev. J. R. 31, 37

Jennyns, R. 31
- Mary, 37

Jesson, Ann, 39
- William, 37, 60

- John, 39
Holloway, derivation of, 97

Jevon, Richard, 124
Hoo, John, 11, 89, 148

Julius Cæsar, 4
- Joseph, 11
Thomas, 11, 12

King's Hill Chapel, 88
- William, 130

Knight, Rev. Thomas, 86, 132.
Hopkins Family, 33, 125
Joseph, 60

LANE, Colonel, 133
William, 125, 126, 127 Lectern in Wednesbury Church, 27,

-compounds for his 146
Estate, 128, 129

Lecterns, various, 147
Houses in Wednesbury, Number of, 75 Lees, Frederic, 38

- Value of, 76 Leigh, Colonel, 132
Humphreys, Samuel, 40

Leventhorpe, William, 11

Lighting and Paving of Wednesbury,
IKNEILD Street, 4

77
Incidents, remarkable, 123

| Local Board of Health, 78
Independent Meeting House, 92 Longevity, 133
Inquisitiones, Post Mortem, 13, 17, Louis VIII. King of France, 11
19, 20, 21, 22

Lych Gate of Wednesbury Church,
Iron first made with Coal, 109, 110 | 28

Manor of Wednesbury, History of, | Modern Town of Wednesbury, 71
8, 11

Monastery, Bordesley, 132
- Record in - Hales Owen, 24, 25, 45,
Domesday, 10

138, 140, 143

– transferred - Sandwell, 132
to Heronville, 10

Montrose, Duke of, 12

exchanged Monuments in Wednesbury Church,
for Stuntsfield, 11

27, 31

– passed to Monway Field, 120
Leventhorpe, 11

Mortality in Wednesbury, 77

Mortuaries of Wednesbury, 56
Comberford, 11

Names prevalent in Wednesbury, 134
Sir F. Scott, 12

Newcastle, Coalry at, 95
- sold to Shel Nicholas, Elizabeth, 99
ton, 11

Norman Conquest, 8, 9
– how govern-

OFFLow, Tenure Roll of, 10
ed, 12

Old Field of Wednesbury, 97
- Inquisitions Organ

tons Organ of S. John's, 80

--- Wednesbury Church de-
- House of Wednesbury, 12

stroyed, 26
Market of Wednesbury, 89, 91, 148
- Crosses, 89, 153

stored, 31
- Place, 89

Orme, William, 124
Tolls, 91

Overseers of Wednesbury, 65
Marriages, Register of, 67
Mediæval Ironwork, 107

PAGET, Lord, 123
Meeting Houses, Dissenting, 92 Parish Clerk, Wages of, 56
Mercia, Earls of, 6, 7

- Schools, 157
Meteor, remarkable, 134

Parkes, Family of, 124
Methodist Meeting House, 92

- Dorothy, 58
Millar, Mr. 135

Eleanor, 33
Mine and Metal District, 72

Richard, 32, 58, 125
- Strata, 100, 101

Thomas, 33, 58, 124
Mines, ancient Value of, 100 Paving and Lighting of Wednesbury,
- early Working of, 95, 97, 99 77
-- History of, 99

Pedigree of Comberford, 161
Mining Produce, Conveyance of, 74

Heronville, 22x

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Pedigree of Hoo, 163

Romanism in Wednesbury after the
-Holden, 173

Reformation, 133
-Hopkins, 169

Rooker, Rev. J. G. 87
-Parkes, 165

Rovenson, John, 109
-Parkes or Perkes, 167 Rowlinson, Thomas, 35, 61
-Rose, 171

Royalist Compositions, 125, 126
Pipemaking, 122

Russell, James, 84
Plea of Quo Warranto, 138

Ryder, Bishop of Lichfield, 118
Plot's History of Staffordshire, 99,
110, 120, 130

SANDERS, Thomas, 40
Police Station, 92

Savary, Inventor of a Steam Engine,
Pope Nicholas's Taxation, 131

104, 116
Popish Places of Worship, 92 Saxon Architecture, 23
Population of S. James's, 82 - Coalworks, 95
S. John's, 82

- Conquest of Britain, 5
Moxley, 86

School, Lancasterian, 92
Wednesbury, 73

- Wesleyan, 92
Pottery, 119, 120, 121

Schools, S. James's, 83, 85
Puddling, 117

S. John's, 82
QUAKER's Meeting House, 91

- Moxley, 86
Quo Warranto, Plea of, 138

- Wednesbury, 157

Scotch Iron Trade, 117
Ramsay, Lectern at, 147

Scott, Sir E. D. 158
Rateable Value of Wednesbury, 76 — Sir Francis, 12
Registers, Episcopal, 45

Sedgley Beacon, 1
- Parochial, 67, 133 Servi, 9
Registrum Album, 138, 140, 141, Settlement on Juliana Heronville, 14,
143, 145

98
Remarkable Characters, 123

Shelton, John, 11, 59
-- Incidents, 123

Smallpox in Wednesbury, 136
Re-opening of Wednesbury Church, Southwell Minster, Lectern at, 147
in 1828, 31

St. Paul, Sir Horace, 12
Roads, 75

Stafford Castle, 7
Roman Coalworks, 95

Stanley, Walter, 59
Coins, 4

Steam Engine, 104
Conquest of Britain, 4

- applied to Mines, 104
Ironworks, 105, 106

- first, in Staffordshire,
- - Pottery, 120

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