[Bell Historians] Selly Oak

Paul Marshall paul&jean at gMZmChW4MykXYMS5i2ypxmrKyaEpmox5OeceXehcjER6mFFs6lV9c5CGLCOi-cw3sTXOc_X_fCD8oBsH8FtVK7GJmhmCkGA.yahoo.invalid
Sat Jan 5 11:07:54 GMT 2008

Selly Oak was in Worcestershire until 1911 when, as part of the Northfield
parish, it was incorporated into the City of Birmingham under the Birmingham
Extension Act.




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Sent: 04 January 2008 14:26
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Subject: [Bell Historians] Selly Oak


The tower captain at Selly Oak is insistent that the town was in 
Warwickshire for a short period before being absorbed into Birmingham. 
Chris Pickford tells me that he has no knowledge of this (and he should 

I am updating my Church Bells of Warwickshire website and have come to 
S! Can anyone give me the definitive answer? I have search on the 
internet and can find many references to Selly Oak and Warwickshire on 
the same page, but none that state it was in Warwickshire.




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