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From: "Maggs Gurney" <>
Subject: Re: [B'ham] B'ham Library - what's upstairs?
Date: Thu, 3 Jul 2003 18:00:43 +0100
It's the Birmingham Archives (Record Office). This is where you will find
all sorts of goodies - original parish records which are not on film, rate
books, wills, school records etc.
If you log onto the Birmingham Archives site it will tell you exactly what
You may have to copy and paste the link in.
NUNN - Essex, Birmingham, Aston
STEVENS - Wolverhampton, Birmingham, Aston
PHILLIPS - Aston, Birmingham, King's Norton (Worcs in 1834),
BUGGINS - Wincote/Wilnecote/Wilmcote - Staffs or Warks (to be confirmed
PITCHFORD - Aston, Birmingham, West Bromwich,
BAILEY, SULLEY, MALIN, JONES, TURNER, BLUNT - Aston, Birmingham
TURNBULL, LAW, THOMAS, MURRAY, HUNTER, HUTTON, SIMPSON, PAGE, BRAGGS, -
Scoonie, Lochore, Shotts and Leven, (all Fife) and Edinburgh - Scotland
----- Original Message -----
From: "Shirley Bowley" <>
Sent: Thursday, July 03, 2003 1:47 PM
Subject: [B'ham] B'ham Library - what's upstairs?
> Hi all - (sorry, this won't be of much interest if you can't get to Brum
but if I can be excused this once to ask a selfish question)
> Can anyone tell me what is located on the floor above the main records
department in B'ham library accessed via the spiral staircase?
> Anything interesting, staff only, or further historical goodies?
> Best wishes
> Worcester, England
> Seeking: HODGETTS, RICKETTS, COLLINS, DEATHRIDGE + var
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