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Oil painting showing a river in a flat landscape. Hills are visible in the background and green vegetation surrounds the river banks. The sky is clear with a hazy golden yellow glow to the right.
Oil painting showing a mountain landscape with a river at the bottom. A lone figure is standing fishing in the water. The sky is cloudy.
Oil painting showing a landscape of gently rolling hills and heath land. There is a row of mature trees running across the scene.
Oil painting showing a flat rural landscape, with grazing cattle and a small stream. In the distance Lincoln Cathedral can be seen on top of a hill.
Oil painting showing a beach surrounded by cliffs. Boats with sails are moored on the beach and various figures can be seen working around them or observing the scene.
Oil painting showing a river over which a bridge is being constructed. On the far bank is a Cathedral, castle and other buildings.
Oil painting showing a Kent landscape. There is a white windmill and oasthouses in the distance. Two figures are walking down a track.
Oil painting showing a large river running through a green landscape. A bridge can be seen in the distance. Two figures sit on a slope looking over the scene.
Oil painting showing a craggy, rocky landscape with some green vegetation. The silhouette of a ruined castle is visible on top of a rocky peak.
Betley: Marriages, 1813 - 1875 Burials, 1813 - 1876 Banns, 1824 - 1881 Bilston, St Leonard's: Baptisms, 1684 - 1690 General, 1747 - 1770 Baptisms, 1771 - 1812 Burials, 1771 - 1812 DX-326/1 1993
Programme for the Official Opening of the C. of E. Voluntary Aided Primary School of St Edmund and St John SDUBCS/7/10 1986
Inalnd revenue account of succession to real or leasehold property for John Edmund Reading DW-162/2/26 3 Mar 1922
Mayor 1875 - 1876
Attested Copy of Settlement previous to Marriage of Mr Heape and Mrs Danks. BS-FHL/11/2/3/39 17 Nov 1847
Attested copy (17 November 1847) of the pre-nuptial settlement (dated 3 February 1813) of Jane Danks, late of Lower Mitton, Worcester[s]hire, now of Wolverhampton, spinster, and James Heape of Wolverhampton, druggist; John Danks of Birmingham, wharfinger,
Translation of a quitclaim (1) Edmund Pearson, Walsall, Shoemaker (2) John Stone, Walsall, yeoman (2) to (1) for 20, a messuage at between Rushall St and High St, Walsall in the tenancy of Thomas Gouvey and between the tenements of John Lavender and Alexa