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Kings Heath, 1838

Before becoming part of the city of Birmingham in 1911, Kings Heath used to be part of the Parish of Kings Norton  in Worcestershire. Kings Norton Parish was itself divided into four ancient ‘yields’ for tax purposes - Moseley Yield, Moundsley Yield (containing the actual village of Kings Norton), Headley Yield and Rednal Yield.  Kings… Continue reading Kings Heath, 1838

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Haunch Heath, 1838

Before becoming part of the city of Birmingham in 1911 the area around Haunch Lane used to be part of Kings Norton Parish in the county of Worcestershire. Kings Norton Parish was divided into different Yields for tax reasons and Haunch Heath was in the Moseley Yield along with Moseley, Balsall Heath and Kings Heath.… Continue reading Haunch Heath, 1838

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Stirchley, 1838

Before becoming part of the city of Birmingham in 1911 Stirchley used to be part of Kings Norton Parish in the county of Worcestershire. Kings Norton Parish was divided into different Yields for tax reasons and the modern day Stirchley was then divided between the Moundsley Yield on the western bank of the River Rea… Continue reading Stirchley, 1838

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Brandwood End, 1838

Before becoming part of the city of Birmingham in 1911 Brandwood End used to be part of Kings Norton Parish in the county of Worcestershire. Kings Norton Parish was divided into different Yields for tax reasons and Brandwood End was mostly in the Moseley Yield along with Moseley, Balsall Heath and Kings Heath. Defining the… Continue reading Brandwood End, 1838