Kings Norton Worcestershire Family History

Kings Norton is an Ecclesiastical Parish in the county of Worcestershire, created in 1846 from a chapelry in Bromsgrove Parish. Other places in the parish include: Balsall Heath, Headley, Kings Heath, Tanners Green, Longbridge, Moundsley, Rednal, and Lickey. Nonconformists in Kings Norton include: Baptist, Countess of Huntingdon Methodist, Methodist New …

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Kings Heath Billings Directory of Worcestershire 1855

Boucher Mr. James Cooper Mr. Henry Ingleby Clement, Esq., King’s Heath House Payne Rev. Edward, Baptist Minister Simmons John, Esq., Heathfield House Todd Mrs. Tomlinson Mr. George Adams Charles, beer retailer and shopkeeper, Bell Attwood George, cattle dealer Badham Richard, stone mason Bamford Charles, cattle dealer Bate James, victualler, Cross …

King’s Norton (with Balsall Heath, King’s Heath, Moseley and Wythall) 1855

KING’S NORTON is a very large parish (formerly a market town), situate about 5 miles from Birmingham, and containing, with the above places, a population of 7,759 inhabitants. King’s Norton received the grant of a market from James I, but it has long since fallen into disuse, and in the …