Correspondence Regarding Research on Families of Clent
- Reference Number: FP-CH/15/2/3
- Date: 1953 - 1958
- Level: Item
- Extent: 73 pieces
- Creator: Chance Family
- Description: Regarding the history of Clent and Clent Grove and the families: Foley, Liells, Philpott, Clare, Cox, Gopp, Turner, and Waldron. Correspondence between Hugh Chance and: S. J. Jackson of Mappowder Rectory and L. J Medway of St. Michael's Vicarage, both of Dorset; Victor Woods of Birmingham Reference Library; A. B. Brown of Worcester College, Oxford; Arthur J. Perrett; Johnson Ball of Queen's College, Stourbridge; E. H. Sargeant of Worcestershire Archaeological Society; H. J. Haden; Rev. R. E. Pryce of Lower Quinton Vicarage, Stratford-on-Avon; Canon W. A. Buchanan-Dunlop; A. L. Stuart Todd of Clent House Farm; R. R. Lawson of Worcestershire County Library; A. H. Hall of Corporation of London Guildhall Library; H. E. Palfrey; H. W. Woodward of Brierley Hill Library; Rev. John Twigg, of Belbroughton Rectory and Rev. J. M. Philpott of Acton Scott Rectory, Salop; Rev. R. J. Evans of Ickenham Rectory, Middlesex; and John Drake of King Charles I School, Kidderminster. Includes 'St. Peter's Pedmore's Parish Messenger October, 1956'. Found in a file, titled 'Correspondence' and '"The House where I was born" A Slice of Clent History', which has been retained.
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- Access Status: Open
- Contact: Sandwell Archives, Sandwell Community History and Archives Service
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