[Bell Historians] Selly Oak

Andrew Higson andrew-higson at 4HQmWEJwi7Zlf9k7c-V_5-6QK4ZZ15a1ZC_3Gv6MuUATuO-085ohAdTe4ptsyJr22V05ZY05kBxStquV-R_azR7GCJLlqxAZ.yahoo.invalid
Fri Jan 4 14:53:49 GMT 2008

Didn't Harborne languish in Staffordshire? I've an idea the county
boundaries were a bit wiggly around the proto-Brum.


Andrew Higson

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[mailto:bellhistorians at yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of John Camp
Sent: 04 January 2008 14:49
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Subject: Re: [Bell Historians] Selly Oak


At 14:26 on 04 January 2008, Mike Chester wrote:

> The tower captain at Selly Oak is insistent that the town was in 
> Warwickshire for a short period before being absorbed into Birmingham.

At what sort of time? Surely Birmingham was in Warwickshire at one stage
(just as large parts of London were in Middlesex).

John Camp


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