Stepping Stones CD publication. Contents of The 1900/01 Telephone Book for Birmingham, North and South Midlands, Nottingham, Leicester, Potteries, Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire and the Southern Area. Hundreds of Names and Addresss in alphabetical order of surnames. Areas covered Birmingham. Wolverhampton. Bilston. Wellington. Bridgnorth. Dudley. Netherton. Tipton. Great Bridge. Brierley Hill. Brettell Lane. Cradley. Old Hill. Stourbridge. Lye. Walsall. Wednesbury. Darlaston. Willenhall. Ca... More Info
Stepping Stones CD publication. Contents of the Birmingham 1777 Private Residents Directory with Street and Trade Directory for 1777 (added 1896) A. Alphabetical List of Names B. Waggons and Carriers C. Street Directory D. Trade Directory ... More Info
This CD resource contains a Birmingham Street Directory, Birmingham Commercial Directory, towns and villages directories for Staffordshire and Worcestershire with residents and traders, as well as a Court Directory, Trades Directory covering all three areas, plus Law Directory, lists of churches, chapels, county officers, public schools and more. *Digitally enhanced images of the original text *Searchable text *Bookmarked by major headings *Fully printable *Includes maps for Staffordshire... More Info
Stepping Stones CD publication. Contents of the 1837 Principal Cities Trade Directory Trade Directory Bank of England Names and Addresses of Bank Managers in Branches throughout England. Birmingham Carlisle Hull Liverpool Manchester Newcastle upon Tyne Sheffield ... More Info
Stepping Stones CD publication. Contents of the 1822 Principal Cities Trade Directory: *Birmingham *Bristol *Coventry *Kidderminster *Kilmarnock *Leicester *Liverpool *London *Macclesfield *Manchester *Nottingham *London Bankers.... More Info
This Directory covers Birmingham in 1849 and includes a detailed history of the city alongside professional listings of tradespeople (name, trade, address), and also a list of the recognised professions with the names of people who practised them. Greatly useful to those researching ancestors working in Birmingham at the time, or those interested in the city's general or social history. Covers Birmingham (and suburbs), Aston, the Soho Area and Handsworth. Consists of digitally enhanced images of... More Info
This valuable CD resource allows you to find out where and how your ancestors possibly lived and worked. This Particular volume contains the following: *Lists of Streets and Places *Topographical Description *Street Directory *Suburban Directory *Private Residents Directory *Commercial Directory *Trades Directory *Official Directory ... More Info
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