Wesleyan Historic Roll volume 22

Birmingham and Shrewsbury District

Volumes 21 and 22 of the Historic Roll cover most of the West Midlands area. At the beginning of the Twentieth Century the West Midlands was part of the Birmingham and Shrewsbury District of the Wesleyan Methodist Church.

VOLUME 22 contains the names of donors in 28 Circuits:

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Bilston, Ettingshall, Hurst Hill, Stonefield, Lanesfield, Ladymoor and Sedgley
Warwick Lane, Earlsdon, Stony Stanton Road, Bell Green, Lockhurst Lane, Broad Street, Alderman's Green, Barnacle, Balsall, Meriden and Ryton on Dunsmore
Dudley, Dixon's Green, Salop Street, Darby End, Dudley Wood, Woodside, Gornal, Gornal Wood, Pensnett, Old Hill, Netherton and Burnt Tree
Hinckley, Barwell, Burbage, Sharnford, Sapcote, Earl Shilton, Leire, Sutton Cheney, Claybrooke and Lutterworth
Ketley Bank, Shifnal, Old Park, St George's, Newport, Oakengates and Trench
Kidderminster, Cookley, Forest Rock, Frith Common and Cleobury
Dale Street, Trinity, Warwick, Harbury, Cubbington, Kenilworth, Barford and Whitnash
Leominster, Bromyard, Bishops Froome, Wacton, Kingsland, Luston, Risbury, Yarpole, Steensbridge and Leysters
Madeley, Madeley Wood, Broseley, Coalbrookdale, Bridgnorth and Coalford
Nuneaton, Atherstone, Bedworth, Chilvers Coton, Ryton, Hartshill, Chapel End, Baddesley Ensor and Stockingford
Bates Hill, Headless Cross, Alcester, Rowney Green, Studley, Mappleborough Green, Crabbs Cross, Ham Green and Astwood Bank
Market Place, Cambridge Street, Broadwell, Hillmorton, Long Lawford, Newbold, Bilton, Clifton and Lilbourne
Stourbridge, Brierley Hill, Brettel Lane, Brockmoor, Bromley, Kinver, Kingswinford, Gospel Ash, Wombourn Common and Gig Mill
Stratford, Snitterfield, Wootton Wawen, Wellesbourne and Moreton Morrell
Park Lane, Bloomfield, Brown Lion Street, Roseville, Dudley Port and Woodsetton
Wellington, Hadley, Admaston, Poynton Green, Moreton Mill, Ellerdine, Rodington, Waters Upton, Ketley and New Dale

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