Conveyance between Charles Marshall Powell of Birmingham; John Silvester of Handsworth; and Edwin Tunstall and Others
- Reference Number: NC-SU/3/1
- Date: 1 June 1872
- Level: Item
- Extent: 1 item
- Creator: Staffordshire Congregational Union
- Description: Conveyance between (i) Charles Marshall Powell of Birmingham, brass founder; (ii) John Silvester of Handsworth, manufacturer; (iii) Edwin Tunstall, glass manufacturer, William Gosling, draper, Charles Parkes, soap maker, John Thompson, grocer, Charles Ray, bedstead maker, Henry Beesley, general dealer, James Smith, metal tester, John Summerton, miller & Isaac Aston, boatman, all of Smethwick; John Wheeler, ironfounder, Edwin & Harry Milford, shoe makers, John Robbins, coach builder, George Adley, glass blower, Joseph Mason, sawyer, William Morris, brickmaker, William Wills, shoemaker & Enos Payne, warehouseman, all of Oldbury (the trustees). (ii) conveys to (iii) for 100, in trust for purposes specified. 915 sq. yds land fronting turnpike road from Smethwick to Oldbury. Contains plan. Schedule recites from 1824. Signatures of (i) - (iii). Witnesses: Wm Shakespeare of Oldbury, solr; R.J.Cooper, Geo.Parkes & William F.Vernon, clerks with Mr Shakespeare.
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- Contact: Sandwell Archives, Sandwell Community History and Archives Service
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