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1/1/1 [1904] Kelly's Directory 1904
1/2/1 [1906] Prescription book from Windridge's, starting in 1906
1/3/1 [1970] Scrap Book. 1970's
1/4/1 [1860] Bellringers' Rules. c.1860
1/5/1 [1936] Kelly's Directory 1936
1/6/1 [1914] 'The Records of Knowle' by Canon T. W. Downing
1/7/1 [1972] 'The History of Knowle' by Eva Wootton. 1st Edition
1/7/2 [1972] The History of Knowle' by Eva Wootton.Duplicate copy of 1/7/1.
1/7/3 [1972] 'The History of Knowle' by Eva Wootton. 1st Edition
1/7/4 [1972] 'The History of Knowle' by Eva Wootton. 1st Edition
1/7/5 [1972] 'The History of Knowle' by Eva Wootton. 1st Edition
1/8/1 [1951] 'The Story of Packwood' by J. J. Belton
1/9/1 [1894] 'The Register of the Guild of Knowle' - translation by W.B.Bickley
1/10/1 'The Printed Maps of Warwickshire 1576 - 1900'
1/11/1 Grocery order book from Lissiman's
1/12/1 [1951] Receipt book from Stowe House (then a guest house)
1/13/1 [1936] Visitors' book from Stowe House
1/14/1 [1966] 'Knowle Collegiate Church' (Revd. Anthony Upton, 1966)
1/14/2 [1967] 'Knowle Collegiate Church' (Revd. Anthony Upton, 1966)
1/15/1 [1966] 'Knowle Collegiate Church' (Revd. Anthony Upton, 1966)
1/16/1 How to Compile a History & Present Day Record of Village Life
1/17/1 [1914] 'The Records of Knowle' (Canon Downing, 1914)Signature of Dr. J. L. Whatley on flyleaf. Retained at 17 Blackdown Road (Mrs. E Warner) for reference. Rebound.
1/18/1 'Alum' by T. A. H. MorrisonThis item is no longer held in the Local History Archive.
1/19/1 [1963] 'Discovering Bickenhill' by Victor Skipp & R T Hastings
1/20/1 [1915] Men of Knowle who fought in World War I. Duplicate of 1/21/1
1/21/1 [1915] Men of Knowle who fought in World War I. Original of 1/20/1List of names up to December 1915.
1/22/1 Selection of Poems by W. S. Landor
1/23/1 [1914] 'The Records of Knowle' (Canon Downing, 1914)Includes newsaper cuttings re Canon Downing pasted inside.
Also photographs including portrait of Canon Downing and some of the Guild House just after restoration and not elsewhere in collection. Also photo of Black Prince memorial showing ensign in orig
1/24/1 [1900] White and Pike's Railway Guide and General Advertiser
1/25/1 [1951] A Warwickshire Village: Hampton-in-Arden' (J C Adams, Vicar)
1/26/1 Wrensons order book
1/27/1 [1944] Scrap book relating to U.S. servicemen in World War II
1/28/1 Eva Wootton's Oxford sketch book
1/29/1 [1981] Album of Knowle Pageant 1981
1/30/1 [1980] 'The History of Knowle' by Eva Wootton (Reprint)
1/31/1 [1980] 'The History of Knowle' by Eva Wootton (Reprint)Retained at 17 Blackdown Road for reference.
1/32/1 Hampton V.A.D. Hospital. Original
1/33/1 Hampton V.A.D. Hospital. Copy
1/34/1 [1984] 'The Picture Palaces of Birmingham and Solihull'By Chris and Rosemary Clegg. Includes article on Knowle Picture Palace submitted by Mrs. V. E. Morton.
1/35/1 [1898] Boys' Sunday School Roll Book 1898-1902
1/36/1 [1923] Accts of Knowle & Dorridge Infant Welfare Centre 1923-1931
1/36/2 [1927] Minutes of Knowle & Dorridge Infant Welfare Centre 1927-1954
1/37/1 [1936] 'The Kings England Warwickshire' by Arther Mee
1/37/2 [1936] The Kings England Warwickshire' by Arther Mee1947 Edition
1/38/1 [1970] Scrap book, mostly Knowle school 1968 - 1971
1/39/1 [1971] Scrap book 1971 - 1977
1/40/1 [1979] 1
1/41/1 Scrap book
1/42/1 [1913] Prescription book from Windridge's, starting in 1913
1/43/1 [1953] Darby & Joan Scrap Book 1953 - 1960
1/43/2 [1962] Darby & Joan Scrap Book 1962 - 1968
1/43/3 [1969] Darby & Joan Scrap Book 1969 - 1985
1/44/1 [1919] 1st Knowle Guides Scrap Book 1919-1933Includes Brownies and Rangers. Numerous photographs and written accounts of camps, etc. Photographs of Canon Downing's tomb covered with flowers on the day of his funeral.
1/45/1 [1986] 'Portrait of Lapworth' (Joy Woodall)
1/46/1 [1992] 'Bentley Heath and Widney Manor' (Edna G. Handley)Includes history of Bentley Heath and Widney Manor, brief history of buildings of historical interest, and memories of the area by 18 local residents. Numerous photographs. Signed by Mrs. Handley.
1/46/2 [1992] 'Bentley Heath and Widney Manor'. Retained at Blackdown Road
1/46/3 [1992] 'Bentley Heath and Widney Manor'. Retained at Blackdown Road
1/47/1 [1992] 'Our Griswold Family in England Before 1669'By Bonnie May and James Wells Griswold.
1/48/1 [1901] Men's Institute Minute Book 1901 - 1909
1/48/2 [1909] Men's Institute Minute Book 1909 - 1934
1/49/1 [1918] Eva Wootton's Nature Diary. 1918-1936; 1974-1975
1/50/1 [1927] Eva Wootton's General Scrap Book 1927-1962Includes press cuttings, photographs, service sheets, various items relating to second world war, etc.
1/51/1 [1966] Eva Wootton's General Scrap Book 1966-1974Contains some items earlier than 1966. Includes press cuttings and large number of photographs (most though not all already in KS collection).
1/52/1 [1960] Eva Wootton's Scrap Book of Press Cuttings 1960-1963Includes some photographs.
This item is no longer held in the Local History Archive.
1/53/1 [1966] 1Press cuttings, mostly 1966-1978, but some from 1956/57. A few other items: some photographs and programme for 'Salute the Soldier' week, 1944.
1/54/1 [1953] Eva Wootton's Scrap Book of Personalities, 1953-1969Includes press cuttings, photographs, programmes, service sheets etc. Items out of order.
1/55/1 [1971] Eva Wootton's Scrap Book 1971-1980, mostly History of KnowlePhotographs, press cuttings, letters, etc. Some other subjects, including official opening of Chester House.
1/56/1 [1973] Eva Wootton's Diary 1973/4: 'My 75th Year'Handwritten account of Miss Wootton's daily life in great detail. Mentions numerious Knowle people. Some photographs, mostly other than Knowle.
1/56/2 [1974] Eva Wootton's Diary 1974/5: 'Her 76th Year'Handwritten account of Miss Wootton's daily life in great detail. Mentions numerious Knowle people. Some photographs, mostly other than Knowle.
1/56/3 [1975] Eva Wootton's Diary 1975/6: 'Her 77th Year'Handwritten account of Miss Wootton's daily life in great detail. Mentions numerious Knowle people. Some photographs, mostly other than Knowle.
1/56/4 [1976] Eva Wootton's Diary 1976/7: 'My 78th Year'Handwritten account of Miss Wootton's daily life in great detail. Mentions numerious Knowle people. Some photographs, mostly other than Knowle. Also orders of service, etc.
1/56/5 [1977] Eva Wootton's Diary 1977/8: 'My 79th Year'
1/57/1 [1997] 'Talking With God' (Pupils of Knowle C.E. Primary School)People Matter; The Way Forward; After the Ark; Merci, Danke, Gracias; Earth, Wind and Fire; When I'm Feeling. Comprises letters from the children to God, poems, etc. written over a long period with guidance from the staff.
1/58/1 [1912] Knowle Church Sunday School Register (from 1912)Manuscript indexed book giving list of Sunday School members (boys from 1912, girls from 1916). Columns for name, date of birth, address and date of leaving school. Not all columns completed.
1/59/1 [1998] 'The Price a Parish Paid' (M. Harrison)Knowle and Dorridge in the Great War. Introduction; Army Organisation; The Price of Peace: A Chronology; Epilogue; List of Wounded; List of Prisoners of War; Total List of Soldiers Served (with index); Knowle Churchyard Plan.
1/59/2 [1998] 'The Price a Parish Paid' (Appendix) (M. Harrison)Album containing photographs of cemetries, graves and memorials relating to people from Knowle and Dorridge commemorated in 1/59/1. Photographs were collected over a number of years and more may be added.
1/59/3 [1998] 'The Price a Parish Paid' (M. Harrison)Knowle and Dorrdige in the Great War. Introduction; Army Organisation; The Price of Peace: A Chronology; Epilogue; List of Wounded; List of Prisoners of War; Total List of Soldiers Served (with index); Knowle Churchyard Plan.
1/59/4 [1998] 'The Price a Parish Paid' (M. Harrison)Knowle and Dorrdige in the Great War. Introduction; Army Organisation; The Price of Peace: A Chronology; Epilogue; List of Wounded; List of Prisoners of War; Total List of Soldiers Served (with index); Knowle Churchyard Plan.
1/60/1 [2000] 'Landor: A Biography of Walter Savage Landor' (Jean Field)Summary of Landor's life; Landor's Publications; Family Background; The Eagerly Awaited Heir; Student Life in Oxford; Later Visits to the Midlands; South Wales; Travels in Europe; Bath, Bristol and the West; Friendships and Arguments with Other Writers; F
1/61/1 [1953] Whitaker's Almanack 1953
1/62/1 [1985] 'The Warwick Canals' (Alan Faulkener)Warwick and Birmingham Canal; Warwick and Napton Canal; Growing up Together; Birmingham and Warwick Junction Canal; Recovery and Takeover; The Grand Union Days; Trade and Traders; A Brief Tour of the Warwick Canals.
1/63/1 [1975] 'The Story of Our Canals' (Ladybird: Carolyn Hutchings)Introduction; The First English Canal; Canal Mania; The Act and the Money; The Engineers; How the Canals Were Built; Locks; Lifts and Inclined Planes; Tunnels; Bridges; Aqueducts; Water Supply; How Boats Were Propelled; Tolls and Goods Carried; The Narrow
1/64/1 [1997] Pearson's Canal Companion: South Midlands inc Warwicks. RingTouring guide to midlands canals including detailed maps.
1/65/1 [1961] Knowle & District Community Assoc: Life Membership RegisterContains a list of names (lettered). Boxed.
1/65/2 [1961] Knowle & District Community Assoc: Brief Hist/Village HallBound book entitled 'Register of Honorary Members ... ' Contains manuscript history of Knowle & District Community Association and the building of the Village Hall in 1961.
Covers years 1945 to 1954. Mentions first efforts at lobbying for improvements i
1/65/3 [1958] Knowle & District Community Assoc: Minutes Nov 58 onIncludes some minutes at end out of order, up to 1970.
1/65/4 [1960] Knowle & District Community Assoc: Minutes June 1960 on
1/66/1 [1920] Knowle Women's Institute: List of Members 1920-1929
1/67/1 [1965] Scrap Book: Knowle in 1965Scrap book in four sections, one for each quarter of 1965. Contains numerous photographs, cuttings, service sheets
January to March:
Photographs by Dr. R. J. Bower, inc. one of the stonemason's yard. Cuttings re bypass. Newspaper and cuttings re death
1/68/1 [1953] Scrap Book: 1953-1997Four sections. Numerous programmes, photographs, cuttings, etc.

Section 1
Various carnivals and theatrical productions. Unveiling of photograph of Eva Wootton at Knowle Library, 1982.

Section 2
Various festivals. Opening of Solihull Ci
1/69/1 [1902] Eva Wootton's Scrap Book: 1902-1978. Red hard backVarious cuttings, service sheets, photographs, etc.

First World War documents, death of Edward VII, photographs and war history of Harold Wootton, unveiling of Walter Cook memorial plaque, Queen Victoria Diamond Jubilee, Wootton family documents and phot
1/70/1 Eva Wootton's Scrap Book: Various dates. Mostly photographsCover missing. Replaced by new black cover.
Magazine article re Grimshaw Hall (undated).
Various photographs: White Swan in snow, 1935 Jubilee, Golden End Cottage, Greswolde business cards, church, Guild House, Square, High St. Includes some photographs
1/71/1 [1953] Eva Wootton's Scrap Book: 1953 Coronation and 1977 JubileeCoronation Service Sheet, Knowle Coronation celebrations, photographs of Church parade, copy of extract from Church preacher's book, photograph of Royal Family, photographs of High Street with decorations, photographs of pensioners' party and trip to Lond
1/72/1 [1927] Eva Wootton's Scrap Book: 1927-1970Cover missing. Replaced by new black cover.
Various cuttings and photographs. Various dates 1927-1970
Knowle Parish Church 550th Anniversary. Women's Institute 40th anniversary 1960. Article re 24, Kenilworth Road. Photographs of Red Lion/Outing by 'br
1/73/1 [1914] Eva Wootton's Scrap Book: 1914-1973. Blue hard backVarious cuttings, photographs, etc.
Retirement of Mr. Sharp (with Horace Everitt). Knowle Rangers. Article re Solihull ghosts, inc. Old Berry Hall and Grimhaw Hall. Articles re Packington and Elmdon. Photographs of school maypole 1953. Photograph of E
1/74/1 [1925] Eva Wootton's Scrap Book: 1925-1978. Blue soft backVarious cuttings, photographs, etc.
Opening of Hall of Memory by Prince Arthur of Connaught. Article by Canon Downing re villages on main roads. Various documents re Church. Article and drawings re farming. Felons centenary programme. Findons of Bars
1/75/1 [1970] Eva Wootton's Scrap Book: 1970-1980. Blue hard backVarious cuttings, photographs, etc.
Articles re proposed offices in Station Road, Mrs. Whatley Snr., Artillery Cottages, Job's Close, Bentley Heath School, Oak Tree at Copt Heath Golf Club, bullocks in Station Road, Chester House, Remembrance Sunday, Hamp
1/76/1 [1957] Eva Wootton's Scrap Book: 1957-1980. Blue hard backArticle re Habberley Valley. Article re opening of Chester House library. Newspaper photograph of Henwood Mill. Newspaper photographs of Solihull and various other places. Article re John Constable/Henry Greswold Lewis/Mary Freer. Funeral of Lucy Mary
1/77/1 [1996] 'Around Knowle and Dorridge' (Charles Lines)Book of photographs without index. Some are from Knowle Society collection. Others include:

Church & Guild House with horse and carriage; Church and Guild House from Kenilworth Road; Davy family; Mullard's; Square with White Swan and motor car; Square
1/78/1 [1916] British Red Cross Society: Report for Warwickshire 1916
1/79/1 [1931] Eva Wootton's Notebooks: Extracts from Parish MagazineExtracts between 1931 and 1965.
1/80/1 Eva Wootton's Notebooks: Biographical notes on Knowle peopleBiographical and other miscellaneous notes on the following:
Tom Hands and the Oddfellows; Mrs. Wrench/Mr. Gibbs; Tom Grosvenor; funny oddments from many sources; Joseph Walter James Davey; Dr. James Lawson Whatley Snr.; Canon T. W. Downing; Mr. G. F. Jac
1/81/1 Eva Wootton's Lecture Notes: Some of the People of KnowleBoxed set of manuscript notes for various talks 1/81/1 - 1/81/12. 1/80/1 may be the source material.

Includes references to the following, but very little detail. References to page numbers in 'The History of Knowle' at end.

William de Arden; Walter C
1/81/2 Eva Wootton's Lecture Notes: Short History of KnowleBoxed set of manuscript notes for various talks 1/81/1 - 1/81/12. 1/80/1 may be the source material.

Very brief notes re history of Knowle. Mentions that unusual cherry laurel in front of old surgery is the reason for its name.
1/81/3 Eva Wootton's Lecture Notes: Knowle, Grimshaw family & hallBoxed set of manuscript notes for various talks 1/81/1 - 1/81/12. 1/80/1 may be the source material.

Very brief notes re history of Knowle and the Grimshaw family. Mentions Mr. Muntz and the railway, eminent people who lived in Knowle. More detail tha
1/81/4 Eva Wootton's Lecture Notes: Knowle Prehistoric to 20th CentBoxed set of manuscript notes for various talks 1/81/1 - 1/81/12. 1/80/1 may be the source material.

Very brief notes re history of Knowle. Mentions the following (no detail):

Walter Cook, Walter Savage Landor, Lady Byron, Lord Lovelace, The Ladies Fe
1/81/5 Eva Wootton's Lecture Notes: Short History of Knowle/CatneyBoxed set of manuscript notes for various talks 1/81/1 - 1/81/12. 1/80/1 may be the source material.

Very brief notes re history of Henwood, Catherine de Barnes and Longdon.
1/81/6 [1977] Eva Wootton's Lecture Notes: History of Knowle for Arden SchBoxed set of manuscript notes for various talks 1/81/1 - 1/81/12. 1/80/1 may be the source material.

Brief notes re history of Knowle.
1/81/7 Eva Wootton's Lecture Notes: Knowle 15th - 17th CenturiesBoxed set of manuscript notes for various talks 1/81/1 - 1/81/12. 1/80/1 may be the source material.

Brief notes re history of Knowle. Daily life.
1/81/8 [1973] Eva Wootton's Lecture Notes: Hist of Knowle(Assoc Univ WomeBoxed set of manuscript notes for various talks 1/81/1 - 1/81/12. 1/80/1 may be the source material.

Brief notes re history of Knowle and eminent residents.
1/81/9 [1975] Eva Wootton's Lecture Notes: Hist of Knowle (Shirley Rotary)Boxed set of manuscript notes for various talks 1/81/1 - 1/81/12. 1/80/1 may be the source material.

Brief notes re history of Knowle.
1/81/10 [1976] Eva Wootton's Lecture Notes: Knowle Stone Age to 1976Boxed set of manuscript notes for various talks 1/81/1 - 1/81/12. 1/80/1 may be the source material.

Brief notes re history of Knowle.
1/81/11 Eva Wootton's Lecture Notes: Packwood House and GardensBoxed set of manuscript notes for various talks 1/81/1 - 1/81/12. 1/80/1 may be the source material.
1/81/12 Eva Wootton's Lecture Notes: Old Knowle CharactersBoxed set of manuscript notes for various talks 1/81/1 - 1/81/12. 1/80/1 may be the source material.

Includes the following:
Walter West, Charles Haycock, Jimmy Mole, Canon Downing, Sam Davy, Dr. Whatley, Dr. Hollick, G. F. Jackson, W. A. J. Bird, Mrs.
1/82/1 [1966] 'The Amateur Historian'
1/83/1 [1993] 'Mostly It Was Fun' (Lewis Edwards's autobiography)
1/84/1 [1986] 'Old Title Deeds' (Nat Alcock)
1/85/1 'Solihull & The Surrounding Districts' (Noel Boston)Chapters on the following:

Solihull, Malvern Hall, Longdon Hall, Henwood Nunnery, Old Berry Hall, Knowle, Temple Balsall, Barston, Hampton-in-Arden, Bickenhill, Elmdon, Olton, Shirley, Tanworth, Salter Street.

NB Undated, but photographs from 'The Reco
1/86/1 [1956] W. I. History of Knowle, Part 1 (Eva Wootton)Written for Knowle Women's Insititute by Miss Eva Wootton. Copy of original in Knowle Library.
1/86/2 [1956] W. I. History of Knowle, Part 2 (Eva Wootton)
1/86/3 [1956] W. I. History of Knowle, Part 3 (Eva Wootton)
1/87/1 [1980] 1st Knowle Scouts: The First Ten Years 1909 - 1919Written by David Gimes
1/87/2 [1981] 1st Knowle Scouts: Twenty Years On 1919 - 1939Written by David Gimes.
1/88/1 [1981] Text of 'A Pageant of Knowle'Text by Miss Erica Martineau, based on 'The History of Knowle' by Eva Wootton.
1/89/1 [1995] Reconstruction of Knowle High St. As It Was in 1888 and 1940Study for B. Ed. Geography degree by Rachael Jenkins.

A Study of Physical and Social Change in a Commutor Village
1/90/1 [1992] A Study of Physical and Social Change in a Commutor VillageStudy for BSc. Environmental Studies (Year 3) by Ian Corns.
Includes: rural/urban situation; Solihull; Knowle; Knowle history; population; roads; public transport; rail; air; development; conservation; Knowle Society; services; shops; education.
1/91/1 Eva Wootton's postcard album: not KnowleIncludes postcards of India, Luton, Franco-British Exhibition in London (1908), London and various places in England. Also some humerous cards and some unidentified portraits. Some cards sent to Mr. E. Wootton.
1/92/1 [1934] 1st Knowle Rangers: log book 1934/35 inc. photographsIncludes a loose letter from Solihull District Girl Guides, congratulating the Rangers on the scrap book.
1/93/1 [1957] Eva Wootton: Her Book (made at Bournville College of Art)Includes hand-written memories, copies of poems, etc. Also some photographs,specifically: a prayer for the safety of all who use the roads by Revd. J. W. Sharp; photographs of publication day of 'The History of Knowle'; Eva Wootton's memories of her days
1/94/1 [1978] Eva Wootton's sketch book: Knowle and other placesIncludes sketch of Elvers Green Ford and Lodge Road.
1/95/1 [1942] Ten Chapters: B L Montgomery's autograph book 1942 - 1945Facsimile given to Eva Wootton by Kath Bayliss Christmas 1946.
1/96/1 [1913] Eva Wootton's autograph book, signed by Knowle people
1/97/1 [1923] Eva Wootton's New TestamentGiven to Miss Wootton by her Sunday School class, Christmas 1923. Signed by some of the class.
1/98/1 [1924] Eva Wootton's Prayer BookGiven to Miss Wootton by her (presumably) cub pack in thanks for taking them to Wembley in June 1924. Signed by the cubs.
1/99/1 [2002] The Further Price A Parish Paid (Michael Harrison)Knowle and Dorridge in the Second World War, with an update to The Price a Parish Paid.
1/100/1 [1966] Knowle Collegiate Church (Revd. Anthony Upton)
1/101/1 [1966] Knowle Collegiate Church (Revd. Anthony Upton)
1/102/1 [2003] Remember Walter Cook (Revd. Dr. Anthony Upton)
1/103/1 [2003] Remember Walter Cook (Revd. Dr. Anthony Upton)
1/104/1 [1933] Book of Common Prayer formerly belonging to Dolly StephensWritten inside: Doris Hewlett, Waste Lane, Knowle. 1933.
1/105/1 [1948] Knowle Village Sports Club Minute Book 1948 - 1958Includes minutes from 4/5/1948 until 3/7/1958. Also hand-writtten copy of the rules and a photocopy of the conveyance of the land from Mr. Murray (of Grimshaw Hall) to the trustees, with conditions on which land is held.
1/106/1 [1924] Green Peas at Christmas (Guy Fleetwood Wilson)The hunting and general reminiscences of Gumley Wilson, published by Sir Guy. Includes references to Knowle Hall and the Wilson family. Mentions that Jane Ann Eleanor Wilson lived in London.
1/107/1 [1986] Scrap book re history of Knowle Society 1986 to mid 1990sCompiled by Alan Moore during his time as Knowle Society publicity officer, mostly from local newspapers and Knowle Parish Magazine. Includes bundle of loose cuttings (unsorted).
This item is no longer held in the Local History Archive.
1/108/1 [2004] Bonhams Sale Catalogue, with painting from SpringfieldPainting is 'Baby's Turn' by Arthur Elsley, which used to hang on the staircase at Springfield House School until moved to the cellar because the children were throwing things at it. It could have been owned by the Jackson family, who were the last priva
1/109/1 [2005] Not Such a Bad Time (F. Tracey)Diaries of Territorial Force Camps in 1908 and 1909. Written by Fred Tracey, 8th Battalion, Royal Warwickshire Regiment. Transcription and commentary by Chris Holland and Rob Phillips.
This item is no longer held in the Local History Archive.
1/109/2 [2005] Not Such a Bad Time (F. Tracey)Diaries of Territorial Force Camps in 1908 and 1909. Written by Fred Tracey, 8th Battalion, Royal Warwickshire Regiment. Transcription and commentary by Chris Holland and Rob Phillips.
This item is no longer held in the Local History Archive.
1/110/1 [2006] Sale catalogue: Property ex Estate of HRH Duke of GloucesterIncludes painting of William Wilson on Go Easy by John Ferneley (Lot 266).
1/110/2 [2006] Auction results from above (1/110/1). DownloadedPrice of Lot 266 was £164,800 inc. buyer's premium.
1/111/1 [2005] Joseph Priestley and Birmingham by Malcolm Dick - Signed by author
1/111/2 [2005] Joseph Priestley and Birmingham by Malcolm Dick - Signed by author
1/111/3 [2005] Joseph Priestley and Birmingham by Malcolm Dick - Signed by author
1/112/1 [1977] Silver Jubilee 1Scrapbook of the Silver Jubulee of the accession to the throne of Queen Elizabeth II.
1/113/1 [1892] Parish Magazine Signature of E Kimbell on flyleaf
1/114/1 [2008] A History of Knowle And Dorridge Racquets Club 1908-2008 by Michael Rathbone104pp
1/115/1 [2007] Copt Heath - The Story of a Golf Club by Peter Glover34pp
1/116/1 [1926] Wilsons of Etton and KnowleUnnumbered
1/117/1 [1978] Knowle Society Scrapbook 25 Jun 77 to 31 Dec 78Arden School - general [Page(s) ,59,68,70,79]
Arden School - general [Page(s) 31,33,42,47,57]
Arthur Aucote [Page(s) 53]
Baddesley Clinton - future [Page(s) 20,26,38,40,43]
Band & Meeks closure [Page(s) 77]
Bentley Heath School - new school [
1/118/1 [1980] Knowle Society Scrapbook 1 Jan 79 to 31 Dec 80Andy Moorhouse, John Upton [Page(s) 72]
Antonio Cantone [Page(s) 10,36]
Arden School - general [Page(s) 43,46,62,68,70-1]
Bob Earl [Page(s) 60]
Brian Cheater [Page(s) 33]
Carole & Reuben Ebbut [Page(s) 29]
Carolyn Topham [Page(s) 8]
David Hi
1/119/1 [1982] Knowle Society Scrapbook 1 Jan 81 to 31 Dec 82Adrian Rowbotham, Pat Sharpe [Page(s) 111]
Albert & Bill Aucote [Page(s) 13]
Arden School - general [Page(s) 11,18,20,49,]
Arden School - general [Page(s) 73,78-9,81,91-2]
Arden School - general [Page(s) 97,100,103,112]
Baddesley Clinton [Page
1/120/1 [1983] Knowle Society Scrapbook 1 Jan 83 to 31 Dec 83Alan Crabtree, David Lolley [Page(s) 38]
Alan Latter [Page(s) 36]
Anita Neale, Becky Maudsley, James Henry [Page(s) 37]
Ann Green, Gill Derrington [Page(s) 16]
Arden School - general [Page(s) 6,12,49-51,53]
Ardenvale Coaches [Page(s) 66]
Bill
1/121/1 [1984] Knowle Society Scrapbook 1 Jan 84 to 31 Dec 84Adam Snook, Amanda Hare, Steven Groves [Page(s) 26]
Adrian Ellison - Olympic gold medalist [Page(s) 52]
Arden Consort & Chancel Singers [Page(s) 20]
Arden School - general [Page(s) 3,8,17,25,71]
Celia Marshall, SDP Candidate [Page(s) 19]
Charles
1/122/1 [1988] Knowle Society Scrapbook 1 Jan 85 to 31 Dec 88Alf Vernon [Page(s) 38]
Alistair MacNicholl [Page(s) 25-6]
Andrew Bateman, Jason Oliver [Page(s) 45]
Arden School - general [Page(s) 42]
Berrow Cottage Homes [Page(s) 13-14]
Capella Choir [Page(s) 2]
Cheryl Wolsey [Page(s) 11]
Chester House
1/123/1 [1991] Knowle Society Scrapbook 1 Jan 89 to 25 Jan 91A Abass, A Herd, G Welch, I Maddocks, K Piper [Page(s) 50]
A Barton, D Hiles, P Herbert, L Longcroft, D Hensel, A Seal [Page(s) 46]
Alex & Luke Temple, Lee Frampton [Page(s) 54]
Andrew Thompson [Page(s) 58]
Andy Morris, Stephen Hensel, James West,
1/124/1 [1991] Knowle Society Scrapbook 8 Feb 91 to 31 Dec 91Aid to Craiova [Page(s) 26]
Ali Bowyer, Tara McKee, Hayley Wood, Lucy Pollard, Lizzi Mullett [Page(s) 6]
Alison Bowyer, Stephanie Berrill, Rhys Morgan [Page(s) 13]
Andrew Garfield, Pam Stanley, Patsy Priestman [Page(s) 30]
Andy Thornley [Page(s)
1/125/1 [1994] Knowle Society Scrapbook 1 Jan 92 to 31 Dec 94Alan Smith [Page(s) 65]
Amanda Stacey, David Rowlands, Edward Orgill, [Page(s) 7]
Andrew & Philip Kerry, Marc & Martin Holt, James Wharton [Page(s) 30,75]
Andrew Davey [Page(s) 109]
Andrew Hartley [Page(s) 7]
Andrew Lattimer [Page(s) 125]
And
1/126/1 [1995] Knowle Society Scrapbook 1 Jan 95 to 28 Dec 95Adam Perkins, Kay Jeffries [Page(s) 85]
Adcock, Christopher [Page(s) 83]
Adrian, Vivienne & Matthew Belt [Page(s) 7]
Alan Smith [Page(s) 49]
Alan Ward, Katharine Barker [Page(s) 34]
Albert Withey [Page(s) 44,69]
Alex Mitchell [Page(s) 50]
An
1/127/1 [1999] Knowle Society Scrapbook 29 Dec 95 to 31 Dec 99Albert Withey [Page(s) 109]
Alex Ewings [Page(s) 54, 68]
Alicia Duffy, Luke Trotman, Sophie Carter, Barbara Gentle [Page(s) 71]
Anita Gee [Page(s) 105]
Arden School - general [Page(s) 104, 118, 124, 126]
Arden School - general [Page(s) 128, 13
1/128/1 [2001] Knowle Society Scrapbook 1 Jan 01 to 31 Aug 0171-3 Grove Rd sale details [Page(s) 17-8]
A Rizvi, C Holwell, T Moore, R Harris, K Bray, J Spires, T Alexander [Page(s) 125]
Abbie Mitchell, Emma Sabell [Page(s) 92]
Abigail Jebson, Susan Watkins [Page(s) 44]
Alan Taylor, Clive Humprepare [Page(
1/129/1 [2004] Knowle Society Scrapbook 1 Sep 01 to 27 May 044th Sea Scouts [Page(s) 145, 159]
A Sammons, G Muir, J Read, J Flynn, T Northover, J McEvoy [Page(s) 16]
Acorns charity shop [Page(s) 25, 141]
Adam Brushett [Page(s) 5, 32]
Adam Carver, Nicola Pollard, Holly Blundell [Page(s) 147]
Adam Harwood,
1/130/1 [2005] Knowle Society Scrapbook 1 Jun 04 to 6 Oct 05Adam Carver, Constance Read [Page(s) 16]
Adrian Harris [Page(s) 76]
Alan Kipps [Page(s) 123]
Alan Starkey [Page(s) 51]
Alice Royle, Emma Walker, Beci Parsons [Page(s) 74]
Alison Carter, Helen Allen, Duncan Wilson [Page(s) 10]
Andy Block, Joe B
1/131/1 [1982] The Making of the Warwickshire Country House 1500-1650' by Geofggrey Tyack. Warwickshire Local History Society. July 1982Includes Knowle Hall up to demolition on 1834 with illustration
1/132/1 [2007] Knowle Society Scrapbook 13 Oct 05 - 3 Oct 07Arden Grove Clinic [Page 187]
Adams, Susan, Richard & Blake [Pages 60, 66]
Altay, Joe [Page 133]
Amada-Taylor, Jordan [Page 127]
Amstrong, Kate [Page 57]
Anderson, Jaqui [Page 2]
Arden Medical Centre [Pages 57, 161]
Arden Rail [Pages 156-
1/133/1 [1994] Scrapbook relating to Marjorie Blackburn - Concert Pianist1906-1994. Letters, photographs, cuttings and concert programmes
1/134/1 [1978] Liber Ordinis Templi and Statutes, 1978
1/135/1 [1291] The Knowle Estate Part 1 1208-1291 by Jean PowrieChap 1: The Geography of the 13th Century Knowle Estate. Chap 2: Tenants in Chief of Hampton and Knowle (1086-1223). Chap 3: The Ardenne Sub-Tenants of Hampton/Knowle - Origins. Chap 4: William de Ardenne of Hampton and Knowle (Died 1218). Chap 5: Hugh de
1/135/2 [1291] The Knowle Estate Part 1 1208-1291 by Jean PowrieChap 1: The Geography of the 13th Century Knowle Estate. Chap 2: Tenants in Chief of Hampton and Knowle (1086-1223). Chap 3: The Ardenne Sub-Tenants of Hampton/Knowle - Origins. Chap 4: William de Ardenne of Hampton and Knowle (Died 1218). Chap 5: Hugh de
1/135/3 [1291] The Knowle Estate Part 1 1208-1291 by Jean PowrieChap 1: The Geography of the 13th Century Knowle Estate. Chap 2: Tenants in Chief of Hampton and Knowle (1086-1223). Chap 3: The Ardenne Sub-Tenants of Hampton/Knowle - Origins. Chap 4: William de Ardenne of Hampton and Knowle (Died 1218). Chap 5: Hugh de
1/136/1 [1990] Eleanor of Castile' by Jean Powrie
1/137/1 [1990] Eleanor of Castile' by Jean Powrie
1/138/1 [2009] Knowle Society Scrapbook 4 Oct 2007 to 13 May 2009Abbott [Page 72]
Acorns [Pages 6,85]
Adams [Pages 58,100]
Adderley [Pages 29,121]
Air Ambulance [Page 122]
Allport [Page 73]
Ames [Page 73]
Anderson [Page 68]
Andrews [Page 121]
Arden Grove Clinic (The Fit Clinic) [Pages 20,26]
Arden S
1/139/1 [1933] How to Run a Scout Camp'Originally owned by Horace Everitt
1/140/1 [2000] Grimshaw Hall contents sale catalogue 8 March 2000 - Christie's
1/141/1 [1823] The Universal Biographical Dictionary 1823By John Watkins LL.D. 'The Lives, Characters and works of the most eminent persons'.
1/142/1 [2009] Knowle Society Scrapbook 9 May 2009 to 31 December 2009Altay [Page 17]
Andrews [Page 45]
Arden School - 50th Anniversary [Pages 8,17,35]
Arden School - general [Pages 25,33]
Band [Page 37]
Band & Meeks [Page 37]
Bentley Heath - general [Page 5]
Berrow Homes [Page 7]
Boddington [Pages 22,36]
1/143/1 [1985] Knowle Ladies Society Scrapbooks 1966-1985
1/143/2 [1984] Knowle Ladies Society Scrapbooks 1984
1/143/3 [1995] Knowle Ladies Society Scrapbooks 1989-1995
1/144/1 [2010] Springfield Hall: A Country House in KnowleKnowle Local History Society
1/145/1 Squire GumleyBooklet compiled by Knowle Local History Society
1/146/1 Johnsons GarageBooklet compiled by Knowle Local History Society
1/147/1 British Minstrelsie - Volume 1Victorian/Edwardian era. Formerly owned by Marjorie Blackburn.
Item disposed of by donation to Oxfam shop in Knowle in 2015.
1/147/2 British Minstrelsie - Volume 2Victorian/Edwardian era. Formerly owned by Marjorie Blackburn
Item disposed of by donation to Oxfam shop in Knowle in 2015.
1/147/3 British Minstrelsie - Volume 3Victorian/Edwardian era. Formerly owned by Marjorie Blackburn
Item disposed of by donation to Oxfam shop in Knowle in 2015.
1/147/4 British Minstrelsie - Volume 4Victorian/Edwardian era. Formerly owned by Marjorie Blackburn
Item disposed of by donation to Oxfam shop in Knowle in 2015.
1/147/5 British Minstrelsie - Volume 5Victorian/Edwardian era. Formerly owned by Marjorie Blackburn
Item disposed of by donation to Oxfam shop in Knowle in 2015.
1/147/6 British Minstrelsie - Volume 6Victorian/Edwardian era. Formerly owned by Marjorie Blackburn
Item disposed of by donation to Oxfam shop in Knowle in 2015.
1/148/1 'The Baron of Packwood' by Mike MilesIncludes picture of visit by Queen Mary 1927
1/149/1 [1946] Ledger from Victoria Wine
1/150/1 More about Wild Nature by Mrs Brightwen'Knowle Institute Library Oct 9, 1907 presented by William Whitwell esq'
1/151/1 [1951] Inns of the Midlands by Norman TiptaftPhoto of Red Lion sign
1/152/1 [1953] Book: The Queen Elizabeth Coronation SouvenirOn Permanent loan from Peter & Betty Ewin
1/152/2 [1953] Coronation ScrapbookOn Permanent loan from Peter & Betty Ewin
1/152/3 [1953] Coronation Booklet. Souvenir in Aid of Nat. Playing Fields Assoc.On Permanent loan from Peter & Betty Ewin
1/152/4 [1953] Official souvenir programme - Silver JubileeOn Permanent loan from Peter & Betty Ewin
1/153/1 [1937] Book: George VI King & EmperorBy Major J T Gorman
1/154/1 [1918] Local Heroes and Heroines of the Great WarCompiled by David Gimes
1/155/1 [2007] It wasn't that easy' The Tommy Godwin StoryOlympic Cyclist
1/156/1 [2012] Around SolihullBy Anthony Poulton-Smith. Acknowledgement of photos provided by Knowle Society
1/157/1 [2011] Knowle Society Scrapbook April 2010 to 5 Aug 2011
1/158/1 [1969] The County Borough of Solihull Official GuideHardback. Includes street map
1/158/2 [1971] The County Borough of Solihull Official GuideHardback. Includes street map
1/158/3 [1974] Solihull Metropolitan Borough Officical GuideHardback. Includes street map
1/158/4 [1981] Metropolitan Borough of Solihull Official Guide and Street Map
1/159/1 [1994] Balsall Parish Council. The First Hundred Years 1894-1994
1/160/1 [1901] Thompson Builders and Undertakers Ledger 1901-10
1/161/1 [1862] Domesday Book WarwickshireFacsimile of the part relating to Warwickshire
1/162/1 [2014] 'Matron At War' - The Story of Katy Beaufoy (1869-1918)
1/163/1 [2006] 'Jutland Letters June – Oct 1916' by Commodore C E Le Mesurier RN
1/164/1 [2013] 'Grandad's Cook Book' – Sheila GranthamOriginal WW1 recipes
1/165/1 [2007] 'Lest We Forget. Forgotten Voices from 1914-1945' Max Arthur
1/166/1 Album of WW1 postcards
1/167/1 [2014] Ad Altiora magazineArden School
1/168/1 'The Battle of Jutland' by G. Bennett
1/169/1 Various letters written during WW1
1/170/1 [1953] 'Everybody's' Coronation issue
1/171/1 [2015] 'Fighting Cocks' SquadronMentions W/O W H Hollis
1/172/1 [2015] Memories of Birmingham's Transport'D R Harvey
1/173/1 [1985] The Canals of the West Midlands Vol 5 Charles Hadfield
1/174/1 Alderman John Bowen JP 'Honest John'Anthony Collins. Includes a picture of the Midland Bank, Dorridge
1/175/1 [1897] Knowle Hall Cellar BookMidland Educational note book with calendars for 1897/8. Includes printed sheet of comments on quality of wines 1891-1911
1/176/1 [2013] Archways to the past at Baddesley Clinton
1/177/1 [1945] The Seventh 1943-45The story of the 7th Convalescent Hospital USA. The unit's stay in Knowle p.13-18 with photos
1/178/1 [1926] Highways & Byways in Shakespeare’s Country by W H HuttonChapter XXII Solihull, Knowle and Temple Balsall
1/179/1 [2017] The Living Waters : 600 years of family life in a moated manorBaddesley Clinton Archive Group
1/180/1 [2012] Guest Book from Knowle Society’s 50th Anniversary celebration
1/181/1 [2016] The Chantry College of St Anne, Knowle, WarwickshireInscribed by author Anthony Upton to Knowle Society
1/182/1 [1555] The Knowle Estate Part 2 Under Westminester 1918-1555 by Jean Powrie
1/182/2 [1555] The Knowle Estate Part 2 Under Westminester 1918-1555 by Jean Powrie
1/183/1 [1643] The Knowle Estate Part 3 Transition 1555-1642/3 by Jean Powrie
1/183/2 [1643] The Knowle Estate Part 3 Transition 1555-1642/3 by Jean Powrie
1/184/1 [1874] The Knowle Estate Part 4 The Grevilles and their Hall by Jean Powrie
1/184/2 [1874] The Knowle Estate Part 4 The Grevilles and their Hall by Jean Powrie
1/185/1 [1914] The Great War in Knowle 1914-18Published by Knowle Local History Society
1/186/1 [1999] Temple Balsall – From Hospitallers to a Caring Community 1322 to Modern TimesEileen Gooder
1/187/1 [1999] Black's 1881 Guide to WarwickshireCountry Books - Facsimile edition
1/188/1 [1994] Gin, Ale and Poultices … Lasers and Scanners, Solihull Workhouse and Hospital 1742 - 1993Joy Woodall, self published history
1/189/1 [1985] A New Guide to Packwood Church - St Giles ChurchHarvey H Fox, published by church
1/190/1 [2007] A Short Guide to Central Knowle, 3rd editionPublished by Knowle Society
1/191/1 [1999] Images of England - Greater SolihullSue Bates, published by Tempus
1/192/1 [2001] Solihull PastSue Bates, published by Phillimore
1/193/1 [1999] Memories of Solihull VillageEdna G Handley, published by Solihull Society of Arts, Local History Circle
1/194/1 [1979] Solihull Place NamesJoy Woodall and Mollie Varley, published by J Woodall and Libraries dept SMBC
1/195/1 [1990] The Book of Greater SolihullJoy Woodall, published by Barracuda
1/196/1 [1980] Solihull As It WasSusan Bell, Joy Woodall, Mollie Varley, published by Hendon
1/197/1 [1984] The Origins of SolihullVictor Skipp, updated from 1964, published 1984 by author
1/198/1 [2000] Solihull and its Villages (updated version of 'The Book of Greater Solihull')Joy Woodall, published by author
1/199/1 [1993] Warwickshire's Historical Landscape - The ArdenDell Hooke, published by author, University of Birmingham
1/200/1 [2004] Little Known WarwickshireTalks by A W Winterburn, Solihull Local History Circle
1/201/1 [1993] Excavation at Knowle Hall - archeaological reportSolihull Archaeological Group, Jim and Lin Farrar
1/202/1 [1995] Solihull in Wartime 1939 - 1945Edited by Sue Bates, published by Solihull Libraries
1/203/1 [1987] Looking Back at SolihullJoy Woodall, Mollie Varley, J Woodall and Solihull Libraries
1/204/1 [1987] The Roads of SolihullJoy Woodall, Mollie Varley, J Woodall and Solihull Libraries
1/205/1 [2003] Knowle Parish ChurchKnowle Parish Church, (guide) published by church, printed by Jarrold
1/206/1 [2005] Welcome to SolihullJoy Woodall, published by author
1/207/1 [1984] Welcome to SolihullMollie Varley, Joy Woodall, published by J Woodall
1/208/1 [2006] Hampton-in-Arden, A Village HistoryRobin Watkin, Mike Bryant, Hampton-in-Arden Society, published by Brewin
1/209/1 [1991] Solihull - A Pictorial HistorySue Bates, published by Phillimore
1/210/1 [2021] Knowle Village Hall 1961-2021Leaflet: History of Knowle Village Hall by Chris Adderley
1/211/1 [2021] Mary Riley Collection - ScrapbookScrapbook compiled from cuttings found in the books she left to Knowle Society. Sue Bates, Joy Woodall, Bentley Heath School, Elaine Warner, Dr Ronald Bower, Valeria Morton, Blythe House, Columban Fatrhers, Moat House, Bentley Windmill, Millstone, Derek M
2/1/1 Cock from old weathervane from church roofThis item is no longer held in the Local History Archive.
2/2/1 Inn token for 3d from Greswolde. Bears name J.S.Marshall
2/3/1 Tin of egg powder from World War II
2/4/1 Sign from Men's Institute
2/5/1 Coffee beans from Band and Meeks
2/6/1 Sample packet of detergent from Band and Meeks
2/6/2 Sample packet of detergent from Band and Meeks
2/6/3 Sample packet of detergent from Band and Meeks
2/6/4 Sample packet of detergent from Band and Meeks
2/7/1 Walking stick, formerly owned by Mr. Willcox
2/8/1 Original tile from the 'old surgery' (1637 High St.)This item is no longer held in the Local History Archive.
2/9/1 Road sign from Lodge Rd corner
2/10/1 Milk bottle from Landers' farm
2/11/1 Mangle. c. 1930's, formerly belonging to Miss D. WhiteheadReleased (Insufficient interest, too heavy to display). Disposed of to rag and bone man.
This item is no longer held in the Local History Archive.
2/12/1 Circular board with 1904 map of Knowle & adverts for shopsAdvertisements from Parish Magazines 1900 - 1910. Made for 'Village Shops of Yesterday', 1978.
2/13/1 [1875] Brick apprentice's money pot, made by Mr. Henry Keel c. 1875
2/14/1 Inn token for 3d from The Greswolde. Bears name Lines
2/15/1 Original tile from Arden LodgeItem removed from Archive (worthless or broken).
2/16/1 Bayonet found in Kixley Lane
2/17/1 Bicycle advertising plaque
2/18/1 Ale jar from Band and SonNote from John Band, son of Mr Band of Band & Meeks, in an email to David Bower dated 1st May 2009:
'I think that 2/18/1/JAR is not an ale jar but a vinegar bottle, there were quart and half gallon sizes and might have been gallon as well. The 'Band and S
2/19/1 [1979] Bowl of clay pipe found near Guild House. 1979
2/19/2 [1979] Part of stem of clay pipe found near Guild House. 1979
2/19/3 [1979] Part of stem of clay pipe found near Guild House. 1979
2/19/4 [1979] Part of stem of clay pipe found near Guild House. 1979
2/19/5 [1979] Piece of glazed pottery found near Guild House 1979This item is no longer held in the Local History Archive.
2/19/6 [1979] Piece of pottery found near Guild House 1979This item is no longer held in the Local History Archive.
2/19/7 [1979] Piece of pottery found near Guild House 1979This item is no longer held in the Local History Archive.
2/19/8 [1979] Marble shaped object found near Guild House 1979This item is no longer held in the Local History Archive.
2/19/9 [1979] Object found near Guild House 1979
2/20/1 Jug showing Knowle Church
2/20/2 Bowl showing Knowle Church
2/21/1 Gramophone record of 'King's Hunting Jig'Played by Marjorie Blackburn.
2/22/1 Oddfellows' Board with names on found at 28, Station RoadProbably an honours board showing names of Noble Grands (Grandees?). Show three links of a chain.
Names include: Silver, Varnon, Rudd, Willcox, Palmer, Rawbone, Chinn, Poulton, Turner, Busby and Russell.
2/22/2 Oddfellows' Board with names on found at 28, Station RoadProbably an honours board as per 2/22/1.
Names include Peach, Clementson, Copage and Morrell.
2/23/1 [1897] Clapper from No 3 (Tenor) Bell 1897Removed from the church tower when the bells were recast in 1979. Released Spring 1996 (too heavy for display). Disposed of to Knowle Bellringers for display in ringing chamber.
This item is no longer held in the Local History Archive.
2/23/2 [1897] Headstock from No 3 BellReleased as above.
This item is no longer held in the Local History Archive.
2/24/1 Fire grate from the old surgeryReleased (condition not good enough to display).
This item is no longer held in the Local History Archive.
2/25/1 Wooden wedge shaped object. Origins not knownReleased. (Danger of wood worm)
2/26/1 [1915] Knowle Volunteer Force Honours Board 1915
2/27/1 Old sign from the Red LionReleased. (Condition too bad to display)
This item is no longer held in the Local History Archive.
2/28/1 [1947] Child's petticoat from Misses' Ball shop in Kenilworth RoadPurchased c.1947 by Miss Scragg. Original price ticket attached.
2/29/1 Forester's sashFormerly belonging to Mr. Whitehead of the Wilson Lodge.
2/30/1 Forester's sash, formerly belonging to Mr. Bert Wood
2/31/1 Junior Forester's sash, formerly belonging to Mr. Eddie Wood
2/32/1 Forester's badge
2/33/1 Forester's badge
2/34/1 Oddfellow's sash
2/35/1 [1949] Plaque from clock presented by Ye Old Knowle Bowling ClubPresented to A.G.A. Brooker by members of Ye Old Knowle Bowling Club.
2/36/1 Army Housewife
2/37/1 Ball found in the orchard behind Jubilee House Kenilworth RdThis item is no longer held in the Local History Archive.
2/38/1 Brass plate from Knowle Cinema
2/39/1 Bicycle advertising plaque
2/40/1 Temperance token for 2d. found at 92(?90) Kenilworth RoadFound in garden of No. 92 (?90) Kenilworth Rd.
2/41/1 Tartan Oddfellows' sash
2/42/1 Emergency bag belonging to the late Eva Wootton
2/43/1 Tile from 1685, High St. (now replaced by Brisker Court)Item removed from Archive (worthless or broken).
This item is no longer held in the Local History Archive.
2/43/2 Part of beam from 1685, High St (replaced by Brisker Court)Released Spring 1996 (not suitable for display). Disposed of in dustbin.
This item is no longer held in the Local History Archive.
2/44/1 Gas mask from World War II
2/44/2 Tin hat from World War II
2/44/3 Tin hat from World War II
2/44/4 Small canvas sack
2/45/1 [1989] Knowle Festival Float 1989, 1st Prize. Awarded to Knowle Soc
2/46/1 Counter from Curtis's grocery, formerly from Band & MeeksReleased Spring 1996. Disposed of to Knowle Village Hall Association.
2/47/1 10 milk bottles in carrier from Washpits (Burton's) FarmOn permanent loan from Mr. P. May. One bottle given by Mr. May to Mrs. Mary Binley's grand-daughter. Several others broken in fall.
2/48/1 Board reading 'G.A. Everitt, Knowle Hall'Possibly lid of travelling chest. On permanent loan from Mr. P. May.
2/49/1 Door from 1622 High St. (formerly the Men's Institute)This item is no longer held in the Local History Archive.
2/50/1 Piece of timbering from Cuttlepool FarmThis item is no longer held in the Local History Archive.
2/51/1 Milk bottle from Washpits Farm
2/52/1 Milk bottle from Tilehouse (Landers') Farm
2/53/1 Bottle of French chalk from Hill's Pharmacy
2/54/1 Plate with picture of Knowle Church
2/55/1 Bowl of clay pipeFound in 1983 at 103, Ullenhall Road. Unstratified.
2/55/2 Part of stem of clay pipeThis item is no longer held in the Local History Archive.
2/55/3 Part of stem of clay pipeThis item is no longer held in the Local History Archive.
2/55/4 Part of stem of clay pipeThis item is no longer held in the Local History Archive.
2/55/5 Part of stem of clay pipeThis item is no longer held in the Local History Archive.
2/55/6 Part of clay pipeThis item is no longer held in the Local History Archive.
2/56/1 Small piece of metalThis item is no longer held in the Local History Archive.
2/57/1 Framed sampler made by the late Eva Wootton, March 1931Item removed from Archive (worthless or broken).
This item is no longer held in the Local History Archive.
2/58/1 Knowle Football Club silver Runners Up Medal (R. Phillips)Henley-in-Arden Football League 1st Division 1921/2. Presented to R. Phillips as member of Knowle team. Marked K.F.C. on front; league, date and name on back.
2/59/1 Part of horse harness (collar?) marked M. Cope, KnowleFound in rear field of Yew Tree Farm, Kixley Lane c. 1992. Marked 'M. COPE KNOWLE.'
2/60/1 Brass plate marked Ministerley Creameries Registered Office'
2/61/1 Inn token for 3d from Red LionMarked 'Loyal Wilson Lodge 3d No. 3425(?)' on front; 'E. Cotterill Red Lion Inn Knowle' on reverse.
2/62/1 Framed board from Red Lion w. photos & adverts for shops etcShows photos of High Street with old Band & Meeks building, Dorridge, Red Lion, Temple Balsall & Knowle Church. Advertisements for various shops. On copper.
2/63/1 Relief model of Knowle based on 1817 enclosure map
2/63/2 Relief model of Knowle based on 1888 O.S. mapBased on 1841 tithe map
2/63/3 Relief model of Knowle based on 1888 O.S. mapBased on 1888 O.S. map
2/64/1 [1953] King George VI Coronation Medal on ribbonHeads of King and Queen on front. Marked 'Coronation of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth' round edge. Westminster Abbey on reverse. Given to Revd. Anthony Upton at Knowle celebrations at Lansdowne.
2/65/1 Framed leaded window pane from Milverton HouseFound during 1970s restoration. Dated by English Heritage, who commented as follows in letter dated 17/11/1993:

Cut with a diamond not a grozing iron. Can see drag lines on edges of glass where surface tension broken. Therefore not primary glazing of
2/66/1 Brass weight from Soden's. (7lb)
2/66/2 Brass weight from Soden's. (4lb)
2/66/3 Brass weight from Soden's. (2lb)
2/66/4 Brass weight from Soden's. (1lb)
2/67/1 Bovril Bottle(old type) found at pit at Middlefield
2/67/2 Whisky Bottle(Old type J Walker) found at pit at MiddlefieldItem removed from Archive (worthless or broken).
This item is no longer held in the Local History Archive.
2/68/1 [1953] Knowle Darby & Joan Club Banner (coloured on black background)Integral cross bar.
2/68/2 [1953] Knowle Darby & Joan Club Banner 1953 (black on white)
2/68/3 [1953] Pole for use with 2/68/1 & 2/68/2
2/69/1 [1969] Tape recording: The History of Knowle (Eva Wootton)Reel-to-Reel tape of Eva Wootton's talk on the history of Knowle.

Knoll: 4000 Years; Trackways then in Forest of Arden. Leys.
The Romans: Imprints on Knowle; Strip Cultivation
The Saxons: Strip cultivation. The Normans: 1090 - part of Hampton-in-Arden.
2/70/1 Milk bottle marked S R Burton Washpits FarmWith cardboard top.
2/70/2 Milk bottle marked S R Burton Washpits Farm
2/71/1 Walking stick, formerly belonging to Eva Wootton
2/72/1 [2002] Piece from Tree of Heaven from Berrow HomesTree fell down in December 2002.
2/73/1 [1930] Packet of glove patternsThis item is no longer held in the Local History Archive.
2/74/1 Milk bottle marked A. Lander Bentley Heath Dairy KnowleFound in the garden of 121 Longdon Road
2/75/1 Commemmorative mug from Chester House Knot Garden
2/76/1 Civil Defence arm band, formerly belonging to Mr E Haysom
2/76/2 Auxiliary Fire Serice car badge, ex Mr E Haysom
2/76/3 Air Raid Precaution match box cover, ex Mr E Haysom
2/77/1 [1937] George VI Coronation Medal
2/78/1 Carrier bag from Wrensons
2/79/1 [1945] Medal awarded to A. Nix: 1939-45 Star with ribbonRecipient is Alfred Nix of 4 Grimshaw Villas. His brother Arthur lived next door at No. 2.
2/79/2 [1945] Medal awarded to A. Nix: France and Germany Star with ribbonRecipient is Alfred Nix of 4 Grimshaw Villas. His brother Arthur lived next door at No. 2.
2/79/3 [1945] Medal awarded to A. Nix: Defence Medal with ribbonRecipient is Alfred Nix of 4 Grimshaw Villas. His brother Arthur lived next door at No. 2.
2/79/4 [1945] Medal awarded to A. Nix: 1939-45 War Medal with ribbonRecipient is Alfred Nix of 4 Grimshaw Villas. His brother Arthur lived next door at No. 2.
2/80/1 [1945] Medal awarded to A. Neal: 1939-45 Star with ribbonRecipient is A. Neal of 5, Station Road, Lapworth.
2/80/2 [1945] Medal awarded to A. Neal: France and Germany Star with ribbonRecipient is A. Neal of 5, Station Road, Lapworth.
2/80/3 [1945] Medal awarded to A. Neal: Defence Medal with ribbonRecipient is A. Neal of 5, Station Road, Lapworth.
2/80/4 [1945] Medal awarded to A. Neal: 1939-45 War Medal with ribbonRecipient is A. Neal of 5, Station Road, Lapworth.
2/81/1 Embroidered and framed map of Knowle
2/82/1 Rifle trophy found at Mens InstituteRifle Shooting trophy, comprising large rectangular wooden board, with decorated headpiece surmounted by wooden shield trophy with central metal plate carrying image of riflemen. Surrounded by space for small annual award metal shields of which just one (
2/83/1 [1919] Victory Medal awarded to Sgt George Gibbons 53712 Machine Gun CorpsWW1 medal with ribbon. Donated by Mrs I Brewin (daughter)
2/84/1 [1990] Bookmark marked 'Knowle WI 1920-1990'
2/84/2 [1990] Bookmark marked 'Knowle WI 1920-1990'
2/85/1 Pencil inscribed 'The Dell Transport Co.Ltd' Haulage Contractors, 1590 High Street, Knowle
2/86/1 Scout Shirt belonging to Horace Everitt (small)Originally owned by Horace Everitt
2/86/2 Scout Shirt belonging to Horace Everitt (large)Originally owned by Horace Everitt
2/86/3 [1937] 8 x 1937 Coronation FlagsOriginally owned by Horace Everitt
2/86/4 2 x Knowle Rovers PennantsOriginally owned by Horace Everitt
2/86/5 [1937] Red Glengarry Headress from World Jamboree in the Netherlands 1937Originally owned by Horace Everitt
2/87/1 Swagger StickIdentified as being used at Rossall School, Fleetwood in their CCF
2/87/2 Swagger StickIdentified as being used at Rossall School, Fleetwood in their CCF
2/88/1 [1984] Knowle Ladies Society Thimble 1959-1984
2/89/1 [1977] 1977 Diamond Jubilee Plastic Cup
2/90/1 [1911] Broken piece of commemorative King George VI Coronation PlateShows picture of Queen Alexandra and 'Knowle'
2/91/1 [2010] Plastic sack from Knowle Decorating & Buildings Supplies
2/92/1 Smoking hat belonging to Marjorie Blackburn's grandfather. George Barlow
2/93/1 Various badges and ribbons re. 1st Knowle Scout Group
2/94/1 [1918] Three buttons from Service Dress Uniform - Capt John Gimes
2/94/2 [1918] Button from Service Dress Uniform - Capt John Gimes
2/94/3 [1918] Single ribbon 1914 -15 Star - Capt John GimesRed, white & blue
2/94/4 [1918] Single ribbon Military Cross Medal - Capt John GimesPurple & white
2/94/5 [1918] Single ribbon Military Medal - Capt John GimesRed, white & blue
2/95/1 Brownie DressBelonged to Jennifer Tickle
2/95/2 Girl Guide BlouseBelonged to Jennifer Tickle
2/95/3 Girl Guide belt and whistleBelonged to Jennifer Tickle
2/95/4 Girl Guide beretBelonged to Jennifer Tickle
2/95/5 Girl Guide scarfBelonged to Jennifer Tickle
2/95/6 Girl Guide badgesBelonged to Jennifer Tickle
2/96/1 [1977] Silver Jubilee Carrier Bag
2/96/2 [1977] Silver Jubilee Carrier BagOn loan
2/97/1 [1916] Canon shell cannister
2/98/1 King's Shropshire Light Infantry Regimental SilkIn circular frame
2/99/1 Police TruncheonOn loan from David Gimes
2/100/1 Gas mask case
2/101/1 Shell Case - Star design. Plus piece of shrapnel Shell case 35 cm long. Piece of shrapnel alledgedly killed Mr Poole
2/102/1 Silver Cross engraved 'Knowle 1909'Muriel Thompson's effects
2/102/2 Medal - Proficiency in Red Cross First Aid - Gladys ThompsonMuriel Thompson's effects
2/102/3 Medal - County of Warwick - The British Red Cross Society - Gladys ThompsonMuriel Thompson's effects
2/102/4 [1902] Medal - Oddfellows and Foresters,Engraved - Oddfellows and Foresters, Knowle. Loyal Wilson Lodge. Court Greswolde. Commemorating the Coronation of H M King Edward V11. Muriel Thompson's effects
2/102/5 Sweetheart BroochEnscribed 'Gladys'. Silver hallmarks
2/103/1 [2014] Poppy from the Tower of London WW1 display
2/104/1 [1918] British War Medal 1914-1918F Wilcox. Royals / Warks Reg
2/105/1 [1935] Silver Jubilee Medal with Red, White and Blue ribbonPresented to children in Knowle from Lady Reynolds
2/105/2 [1935] Silver Jubilee Medal with Red, White and Blue ribbonPresented to children in Knowle from Lady Reynolds
2/106/1 Pack of jam pot covers with Maddocks price label
2/107/1 [1930] Rolls Razor 1920/30 and two rag rug toolsDonated by Mrs C Baggaley
2/108/1 [1937] Tea towel commemorating the Coronation of George VIShowing King and Queen on a Union Flag with map of world showing British Empire
2/109/1 [2008] A Dream Realised' CD by Leslie Statham and the Band of the Welsh Guards
2/110/1 10 facsimilies of newspapers re World War 2
2/111/1 [1941] Table runner made at Knowle School approx 1941 made by Jenny Evans
3/1/1 [1891] High St. looking north. Right: Curtis's to Chester HouseCurtis's as a private house.
Kingscote with a shop window.
Mrs. Jacques and companion on pavement.
End of Victorian cottages on left.
3/1/2 [1892] The Wilson Arms
3/1/3 [1890] The White Swan
3/1/4 [1891] Rear of the Red Lion. Christmas 1891
3/1/5 [1892] Church from the north east
3/1/6 [1891] Church from the south
3/1/7 [1890] Milverton House
3/1/8 [1891] Milverton House
3/1/9 [1892] The Elm Avenue, Copt Heath
3/1/10 [1891] Hampton Road near The Wilson Arms
3/1/11 [1891] Winter lane scene
3/1/12 [1891] Old tree
3/1/13 [1891] Grove Farm, Grove Road (Dodwells' Farm)
3/1/14 [1891] A labourer (Mr. Peach?) outside the Greswolde
3/1/15 [1890] Pollie Wood at Poplar Farm (now Rising Sun House)
3/1/16 [1890] Villagers at Barston
3/1/17 [1891] Timber bridge at Dorridge
3/1/18 [1891] Knowle Station
3/1/19 [1891] Knowle Station
3/1/20 [1891] Dorridge Bowling Club
3/1/21 [1892] The Dorridge
3/1/22 [1892] The Dorridge from the garden
3/1/23 [1891] The Dorridge farmyard
3/1/24 [1891] The Dorridge carriage yard gates
3/1/25 [1892] The Dorridge from the lawn
3/1/26 [1896] North from tower. High St (from 1644); Knowle Lodge beyondShows buildings in High St., c. No. 1644 northwards and Knowle Lodge in the centre distance.
3/1/27 [1897] Warwick Road looking northNo. 1619 Warwick Rd right. Knowle Lodge spinney left.
3/1/28 [1896] Warwick Road looking south & part of Knowle Lodge spinneyArtillery Cottages and black and white cottage just above (now demolished) on left. Part of Knowle Lodge spinney on right.
3/1/29 [1891] High St. looking north. Right: Curtis's to Chester HouseCurtis's as a private house. Kingscote with a shop window. Mrs. Jacques and companion on pavement. End of Victorian cottages on left.
3/1/30 [1891] The Guild House as a shop and Post Office
3/1/31 [1891] The White Swan and The Red Lion
3/1/32 [1891] The White Swan and The Red Lion
3/1/33 [1891] High Street looking south
3/1/34 [1890] Poplar Farm, Bakers Lane (now Rising Sun House)
3/1/35 A farm near Knowle
3/1/36 The canal: Lock cottage
3/1/37 A cottage in Knowle
3/2/1 [1891] High St. looking north. Right: Curtis's to Chester HouseCurtis's as a private house. Kingscote with a shop window. Mrs. Jacques and companion on pavement. End of Victorian cottages on left.
3/2/2 [1892] The Wilson Arms
3/2/3 [1891] The White Swan and The Red Lion
3/2/4 [1891] The Guild House as a shop and Post Office
3/2/5 [1890] Pollie Wood at Poplar Farm (now Rising Sun House)
3/2/6 [1890] Villagers at Barston
3/3/1 [1891] The Guild House as a shop and Post Office
3/4/1 High St looking south. Cottages on right
3/5/1 High St looking north, showing Briskers and Kingscote
3/6/1 [1891] High St. looking north. Right: Curtis's to Chester HouseCurtis's as a private house. Kingscote with a shop window. Mrs. Jacques and companion on pavement. End of Victorian cottages on left.
3/7/1 Wilsons Corner
3/8/1 Station Road. Cottages right. Victoria Buildings far right
3/9/1 The Church and Guild House
3/10/1 The Square
3/11/1 Assembling outside the Red Lion en route to Warwick Races
3/12/1 Milverton House
3/13/1 Old cottage, Golden End
3/14/1 Dinner Menu from Greswolde HotelBusiness card
3/15/1 The Olde House (Phillips) as a private house
3/16/1 [1973] Old people's bungalows, Lodge Road
3/16/2 [1973] Artillery Cottages
3/16/3 [1973] The Wilson Arms
3/16/4 [1973] The Precinct
3/16/5 [1973] Infants' School, Kixley Lane
3/16/6 [1973] The Square
3/16/7 [1973] High Street looking north
3/16/8 [1973] Village cricket
3/16/9 [1973] Old Hampton Road
3/16/10 [1973] Children's playground, Job's Close Park
3/16/11 [1973] Grimshaw Hall
3/17/1 [1933] Grimshaw Hall after restoration
3/18/1 [1977] Seal of Westminster Abbey in Manor House windows (1st side)
3/18/2 [1977] Seal of Westminster Abbey in Manor House windows (2nd side)
3/18/3 [1977] Seal of William de Arden in the Manor House windows
3/18/4 [1977] Seal of Randolf de Arden in the Manor House windows
3/18/5 [1977] The gates in the grounds of the Manor House
3/19/1 [1930] Knowle fire engine
3/20/1 [1931] Hanging the church bells
3/21/1 [1907] Warwick Road
3/22/1 [1920] Knowle Old Boys' Football Team (2nd Eleven)
3/23/1 [1905] High Street looking south
3/24/1 [1920] Mr. Fletcher delivering coal on his horse drawn cart
3/25/1 The Square
3/26/1 [1930] Warwick Road
3/27/1 [1912] North Warwickshire Hunt meeting outside the Guild House
3/28/1 [1920] Lodge Road
3/29/1 Eastcote Ford
3/30/1 Knowle Picture Palace
3/31/1 [1900] Soldiers assembling in the Square, en route for the Boer WarPresent card shop as cottages. Red Lion rendered with several outbuildings on left. Troops and horse-drawn transport. Front of churchyard and Berrow Homes wall in foreground.
3/32/1 Whitehead's butcher's shop. Meat hanging outside
3/33/1 The Red Lion and The White Swan. Early motor bus
3/34/1 [1919] Fancy dress cricket match
3/35/1 [1920] Knowle Football Club
3/36/1 [1927] 35, Lodge Road
3/36/2 [1927] Lodge Road/Longdon Road corner
3/37/1 [1950] Knowle Parish Church from The SquareCorner of Guild House left.
3/38/1 Grimshaw Hall
3/39/1 [1928] Knowle Bowling ClubFramed certificate, cup and set of bowls in front of group.
Shows H. Greenland, P. Wilson, C. Haycock, Fred Brazier, F. Hotchkiss, ? Hutchings, G. Gurley, S. Woods, C. Holland, F. Price, J. Millward, William Phillips, W. Smith, A. Jukes(?), Joe Lawrence,
3/40/1 Knowle School Group and teacher (Miss Sally Thompson)
3/41/1 [1953] Knowle School Group
3/42/1 Foresters' Club Procession, Station Approach, Dorridge
3/43/1 [1910] Knowle Cricket ClubBack row, left to right:
Arthur Peach, Charlie Harrison, H. Greenland, Charles Sumner, George Blundell, Pip Wilson, Charlie Willcox, Neil Monro, Walter Davey, Harry Merry, Jack Greenland, Fred Peach, D. M. Crowe (umpire).
Seated, left to right:
Jack Milwa
3/44/1 Grimshaw Hall. Timbers exposed
3/45/1 Knowle School group
3/46/1 Miss Phipps
3/47/1 Unidentified group
3/48/1 Unidentified group
3/49/1 [1920] Court family wedding at Wilson Arms. Knowle Lodge at rearTaken from the side of the Wilson Arms.
Groom is member of Court family. Bride is sister of Eddie Smith of Dell Farm. Best man is Eddie Smith (to left of bridegroom).
3/50/1 Greenfield House, Station Rd (Dr. Leighton's house)
3/51/1 [1977] Jubilee float
3/51/2 [1977] Jubilee float
3/51/3 [1977] Jubilee float
3/51/4 [1977] Jubilee float
3/52/1 Henwood Mill
3/52/2 Henwood Mill
3/52/3 Henwood Mill
3/53/1 [1830] Business card: The Mermaid and Greswolde Arms Hotel (front)Business card c. 1830. Reverse side of 3/53/2
3/53/2 [1830] Business card: The Mermaid and Greswolde Arms Hotel (back)Business card c. 1830. Reverse side of 3/53/1
3/54/1 Warwick Road, Copt Heath
3/55/1 The Square. Swan, Lion & beyond left. Windridges etc rightRed Lion rendered. White Swan with timbers exposed. Detached house beyond. Maddocks as private house or police station. Notice saying 'Fete' on lime tree.
3/56/1 The White Swan
3/57/1 The Greswolde
3/58/1 Kenilworth Rd. Shows Police Station, end of old school & carKenilworth Road, showing Police Station at Jubilee House.
3/59/1 Chester House as an antiques shop (colour)
3/60/1 Chester House as an antiques shop (colour)
3/61/1 Chester House as an antiques shop (colour)
3/62/1 Church & Guild House, with girl on horse and dog
3/63/1 [1977] Planting oak trees in Jobs Close Park for the Queen's Silver JubileePlanted in honour of the Queen's Silver Jubilee, November 1977.
3/63/2 [1977] Planting oak trees in Job's Close ParkPlanted in honour of the Queen's Silver Jubilee, November 1977.
3/64/1 Postcard with several views of Knowle
3/65/1 Knowle Parish Church
3/66/1 The Greswolde
3/67/1 Chester House as an antiques shop
3/68/1 Kenilworth Rd. Shows Police Station, end of old school & car
3/69/1 [1935] The Square, decorated for King George V Silver Jubilee
3/70/1 [1936] Venetian Night at the Greswolde Swimming Pool, c. 1936
3/71/1 [1904] Winter scene in Tilehouse Green Lane
3/72/1 Cottages in Golden End, Kenilworth Rd
3/73/1 [1900] The Red Lion in Mr. Blakemore's timeInn rendered. Only partial view of outbuildings to left. Horse with groom on left (attached cart off picture). Man, woman with baby and dog in doorway.
3/74/1 [1908] People awaiting an outing by 'brake' from the Red LionInn rendered. Shows doorway only with group of men. Also Miss Rosa Green (licensee c.1904/1908 and Mr. Green marked by Miss E.F. Wootton.
3/75/1 [1907] Knowle Village Football Club
3/76/1 The Oddfellows at their H.Q. (The Greswolde)
3/77/1 [1926] 1st Knowle Guides
3/78/1 [1929] Knowle RangersShows Eva Wootton, Kath Bayliss, Hilda West and others.
3/79/1 [1900] Knowle Church choirThe Revd. James Hatton in centre with mortar board. Mr. Lees (schoolmaster) on right. Also shows Harry Glover.
3/80/1 [1895] The Oddfellows at Knowle Lodge
3/81/1 [1910] Village cricket match
3/82/1 [1859] Men who worked on church repairs
3/83/1 [1935] Milverton Road
3/84/1 [1959] Last glimpse of Jubilee Field
3/85/1 [1957] Last moments of an 80ft elm: still standing
3/85/2 [1957] Last moments of an 80ft elm: tractors in position
3/85/3 [1957] Last moments of an 80ft elm: felled
3/86/1 Mrs. Wood outside her shop
3/87/1 Frank Harper outside his shop (now Lyons)
3/88/1 [1905] High Street looking south. Greswolde to Chester House. Lock upClose up of Greswolde left. Cottages beyond inc. old police lock up with notices on gate. Chester House (rendered) beyond. Several pedestrians in middle of road.
3/89/1 [1970] Chester House (Stallard Collection)
3/89/2 [1970] The Red Lion (Stallard Collection)
3/89/3 [1970] Warwick Road, Copt Heath (Stallard Collection)
3/89/4 [1970] Cottage in Tilehouse Green Lane (Stallard Collection)
3/89/5 [1970] Milverton House (Stallard Collection)
3/89/6 [1970] Stripes Hill (Stallard Collection)
3/89/7 [1970] Old School, Kenilworth Road (Stallard Collection)
3/89/8 [1970] The Greswolde (Stallard Collection)
3/89/9 [1970] Grimshaw Hall in the snow (Stallard Collection)
3/89/10 [1970] Grimshaw Hall. (Stallard Collection)
3/89/11 [1970] Knowle Parish Church (Stallard Collection)
3/90/1 [1978] Official opening of the new Berrow HomesOpened by the Bishop of Birmingham, the Rt. Revd. Hugh Montefiore. Photograph by Ted Eden.
3/90/2 [1978] Official opening of the new Berrow HomesOpened by the Bishop of Birmingham, the Rt. Revd. Hugh Montefiore. Photograph by Ted Eden.
3/90/3 [1978] Official opening of the new Berrow Homes.Opened by the Bishop of Birmingham, the Rt. Revd. Hugh Montefiore. Photograph by Ted Eden.
3/91/1 [1925] High Street looking north. Sabin's left, Chester House rightClose of Sabin's (now Bright Willis, etc.) left. Men's Institute beyond. Oblique view of Chester House (black & white) as Pickering's Carrier and Haulage(?). Cottages and Greswolde beyond with old Greswolde outbuildings. Old surgery and Wilson Arms in
3/92/1 Mr. Phil Lyons
3/93/1 Mr. Eric Lyons (son of Phil Lyons)
3/93/2 Mr. Bob Lyons (son of Phil Lyons)
3/93/3 Mr. Lyons (son of Eric Lyons)
3/94/1 [1900] Curtis's Bakery
3/95/1 [1950] Curtis's Bakery and Curtis Electrical
3/96/1 Wrensons Corner. Shops & gates left. Milverton Ho rightChurch's & Hill's Chemist's left. Blind on corner (Wrensons?). Milverton House right. Two cars left. Church's and Hill's both in old farm buildings with old doors between.
3/97/1 Hill's Chemist's shop
3/98/1 [1918] Mr. Ernest Harwood outside his Kenilworth Road shop
3/98/2 Mr. Harwood outside his Station Road shop
3/98/3 [1948] Mr. Harwood and his assistants outside his Station Road shop
3/99/1 Mr. Hicken's delivery van
3/99/2 Mr. Hicken with his son and daughter outside Hicken's Bakery
3/99/3 Mr. Hicken outside Hicken's Bakery
3/100/1 [1932] Station Road shops, just after they were built
3/101/1 [1940] High St. looking north. South of square to St. John's WayBuilding adj. Maddocks right. Close up of detached house (with shop front) and three cottages close to roadway left. Side of Bank House beyond. Greswolde in far distance.
3/102/1 [1935] Wrensons Corner
3/103/1 [1935] Station Road
3/104/1 Knowle Infants' School, Class I
3/105/1 Knowle Infants' School, Class IV
3/106/1 Knowle Infants' School, Class III
3/107/1 Off licence on site of Bull's Head, Kenilworth Road
3/108/1 [1940] Knowle and Dorridge Home Guard. Major Bullock in front
3/109/1 [1940] Dorridge Home Guard at Knowle & Dorridge Cricket Club50 people including Pendry, Pickering, P.H. Grove, Upton, W.W. White, Sutherland, Bill Hammond, Lt. Bowen, Capt. Everton, Sgt. Scarfe, S. Naylor, Don Knight, A. Danks(?), Gosling, Baulcombe, Clark, H. Cock, Frank Hodson.
3/110/1 [1940] Knowle Home Guard (Sergeants)Includes Dave Upton, W. Hughes, Mr. Toghill, Sid Naylor, Mr. Danks(?), Ted Lingard, C. Anderson, Arther Dukes, Bill Freeman, Bill Hammond, Sgt. Major Broclis, John Statham.
3/111/1 [1977] Jubilee carnival processionto 3/111/9
3/111/2 [1977] Jubilee carnival procession
3/111/3 [1977] Jubilee carnival procession
3/111/4 [1977] Jubilee carnival procession
3/111/5 [1977] Jubilee carnival procession
3/111/6 [1977] Jubilee carnival procession
3/111/7 [1977] Jubilee carnival procession
3/111/8 [1977] Jubilee carnival procession
3/111/9 [1977] Jubilee carnival procession
3/112/1 Mr. Norman on his horse drawn farm machine
3/113/1 The White Swan and Well's Library
3/114/1 Kenilworth Road. Shows Police Station, end of old school & carShows off licence/grocers, with Jubilee House next door showing police notices outside. Morris Minor outside nearby house. Old school far left.
3/115/1 The United Reformed Church, Station Road
3/116/1 [1957] The Greswolde Hotel, c. 1957
3/117/1 [1977] Crown Cottage, Lodge Road
3/117/2 [1977] Cottages in Station Road
3/117/3 [1977] Cottages in Lodge Road
3/117/4 [1977] Cottages in Lodge Road
3/117/5 [1977] Cottages in Lodge Road
3/117/6 [1977] Terrace of cottages in Wilson's Road
3/117/7 [1977] Terrace of Cottages in Station Road
3/117/8 [1977] Cottages in Station Road
3/117/9 [1977] Terrace of cottages in Station Road
3/117/10 [1977] Houses in Station Road
3/117/11 [1978] Terrace of cottages in Kixley Lane
3/117/12 [1978] Northend Cottages, Warwick Road
3/118/1 [1979] Cottages in Wilson's Road
3/118/2 [1979] Soden's butchers shop and the old Congregational Chapel
3/118/3 [1979] Houses in Station Road
3/118/4 [1970] High Street looking north, early 1970s
3/118/5 [1979] The Hill Cottages, Warwick Road
3/118/6 [1979] Station Road shops, inc. Hinton's and the greengrocer's
3/118/7 [1979] The Square, showing Maddocks and Windridge's
3/118/8 [1979] Kenilworth Road, showing the old school and Jubilee Terrace
3/118/9 [1979] Cottages in Lodge Road
3/119/1 [1900] Knowle Lodge
3/120/1 [1930] White Swan from church tower
3/121/1 [1963] Church & Guild House in the snow (from Kenilworth Rd)
3/122/1 [1966] Nos. 1602-1606 before demolition
3/123/1 [1965] Pickering's Field (now the car park) towards the schoolFormerly the Scout Field
3/124/1 Wrensons Corner
3/125/1 Job's Close (aerial view)
3/126/1 [1891] High St (photograph of painting)
3/127/1 [1909] The Church and Guild House from Kenilworth Road
3/128/1 Church & Guild House from near pharmacy (Postcard)
3/129/1 [1910] View from church tower
3/130/1 [1905] High St looking south. Old Surgery left, shops right
3/131/1 [1910] High St looking north. Greswolde right, shops left
3/132/1 [1979] Miss Eva Wootton in choir robes (Photo by Ted Eden)
3/132/2 [1979] Miss Eva Wootton in choir robes (Photo by Ted Eden)
3/132/3 [1979] Miss Eva Wootton in choir robes (Photo by Ted Eden)
3/132/4 [1979] Miss Eva Wootton in choir robes (Photo by Ted Eden)
3/132/5 [1979] Miss Eva Wootton in choir robes (Photo by Ted Eden)
3/132/6 [1979] Miss Eva Wootton in choir robes (Photo by Ted Eden)
3/132/7 [1979] Miss Eva Wootton in choir robes (Photo by Ted Eden). Mounted
3/133/1 Mrs. Woods' shop near Lodge Road corner
3/134/1 Mrs. Woods' shop near Lodge Road corner
3/135/1 Packwood Grange, Grange Road, Dorridge
3/136/1 [1979] Seal of Guild of St. Anne in Guild House window
3/136/2 [1979] Seal of College of Knowle in Guild House window
3/137/1 [1979] Milverton House in process of restoration (Photo G R Knight)
3/138/1 A cart at Dorridge
3/139/1 The Greswolde Arms Bowling Club (founded 1792)
3/140/1 Mr. & Mrs. Cresswell
3/141/1 [1928] Knowle Bowling Club at the Red LionWith Andrew Clementson, F. Brazier, T. Knibb, T. Truelove, R. Harwood, E. Salmon Snr., O. Douglas, Arthur Dikes, Harry Baulcombe, Fred Binley, J. Beezley.
3/142/1 [1929] The Royal and Ancient Order of Buffaloes at the Red Lion
3/143/1 Fireplace in the Red Lion public bar
3/144/1 [1928] White Swan Bowling Club
3/145/1 Mr. & Mrs. F. J. Hotchkiss
3/146/1 [1920] Repainting the White Swan sign
3/147/1 Gypsy Buckley's caravan in the White Swan yard
3/148/1 Mrs. Thomas Walker
3/148/2 Mr. Thomas Walker
3/149/1 Mr. & Mrs. Harry Tansley
3/150/1 Mr. & Mrs. W. L. ('Dick') Court
3/151/1 [1907] Court family wedding
3/152/1 The Wilson Arms bowls team
3/153/1 [1905] The Wilson ArmsClose up of main building. Front rendered, right hand side showing timbering. Partial view of outbuildings on left. Horse and carriage outside. Three people, one with bicycle.
3/154/1 [1890] The Wilson Arms and the Summer House
3/155/1 [1894] Coach and horses outside The Wilson Arms
3/156/1 Knowle firemen in the Red Lion yardWith W. E. Mullard, W. Cresswell(?), W. Corbett, Mr. Lissiman, Cecil Mullard.
3/157/1 Wedding reception
3/158/1 Army group, one person holding a (sporting?) cupShows E. Clutterbuck, Mr. Vicarino, G.L. Thompson & others. One man in kilt with marksman's badge (crossed rifles on left wrist).
3/159/1 Knowle Cricket Club
3/160/1 Football team
3/161/1 [1932] Collapse of the Greswolde Garage, 1932
3/162/1 Woodfield's blacksmith's at Milverton Farm, Kenilworth Road
3/163/1 The Greswolde Arms Hotel
3/164/1 [1880] A Business Card from Mr. Heath's Time (c. 1880)Business card from Greswolde Hotel. Mentions bowls.
3/165/1 [1900] The Square. Red Lion, White Swan & the butcher's shopRed Lion rendered. White Swan with timbers exposed. Butcher's shop between. Berrow Homes wall right.
3/166/1 [1853] Kenilworth Road cottages
3/167/1 [1853] Golden End Cottage
3/168/1 Grimshaw Hall. Timbers exposed
3/169/1 The Red Lion in Mr. Blakemore's time. People outside
3/170/1 [1900] Party for Knowle schoolboys to celebrate relief of MafekingList of names printed with copy of this photograph in 'The History of Knowle'
3/171/1 [1900] Going to Warwick Races
3/172/1 [1920] Wilson's Corner. Cycle shop. Cottages beyond. TricycleShows Wilson's Corner after first restoration. Cycles visible in Wilson's window. Tricycle outside one of cottages thought to belong to Mr. Willcox. Church & Guild House in distance.
3/173/1 [1944] The Home GuardShows Lts. Gateley, A. Wilson, Scarff, Batchelor, H. Wilson, Macbeth, Bowen; Capt. Everton, Major Bullock.
3/174/1 [1981] Office over Knibb's hairdressing shop
3/174/2 [1981] Office over Knibb's hairdressing shop
3/174/3 [1981] Office over Knibb's hairdressing shop
3/174/4 [1981] Office over Knibb's hairdressing shop
3/174/5 [1981] Office over Knibb's hairdressing shop
3/174/6 [1981] Office over Knibb's hairdressing shop
3/174/7 [1981] Office over Knibb's hairdressing shop
3/175/1 In The Vicarage garden
3/176/1 In The Vicarage garden
3/177/1 In The Vicarage garden
3/178/1 In The Vicarage garden
3/179/1 Artillery Cottages before restoration
3/180/1 [1981] Yew Tree Farm
3/180/2 [1981] Yew Tree Farm
3/181/1 The Olde House (rear view)
3/181/2 The Olde House (rear view)
3/182/1 Miss Eva Wootton in choir robes (Photo: Ted Eden)
3/182/2 Miss Eva Wootton in choir robes (Photo: Ted Eden)
3/182/3 Miss Eva Wootton in choir robes (Photo: Ted Eden)
3/183/1 Tilehouse Green Lane development area
3/184/1 Rear of The Olde House
3/184/2 Rear of The Olde House
3/184/3 Rear of The Olde House
3/185/1 [1947] Bateman's Yard
3/186/1 Malthouse Row, Hampton Road
3/187/1 Pear Tree Cottage, Lodge Road
3/188/1 Maggins
3/189/1 Kixley Barn
3/190/1 [1955] The Bank House
3/191/1 The ice house (?) behind Dell Farm
3/192/1 [1935] View from church tower
3/193/1 [1931] Fred Willcox and the church bells
3/194/1 29-35 Kenilworth Road
3/195/1 [1937] Jubilee Field, Station Road
3/196/1 [1935] Jubilee Field, Station Road
3/197/1 Knowle Parish Church. Soldiers' Chapel screen
3/198/1 Knowle Cubs
3/199/1 [1972] Eva Wootton on publication day of 'The History of Knowle'
3/200/1 [1922] Ist Knowle Guide camp
3/200/2 [1922] Ist Knowle Guide camp
3/201/1 [1934] Miss Wootton with Zip
3/202/1 Guide Camp
3/203/1 [1935] Knowle W. I. 35th birthday party
3/204/1 [1953] Knowle W. I. Coronation seat outside the Guild HouseSeat given by the W. I. to celebrate the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II. With Revd. James Sharp, Mr. Horace Everitt and Miss Eva Wootton.
3/205/1 [1955] An archives course at Barston
3/206/1 [1898] Miss Wootton as an infant, with her mother
3/207/1 [1925] Red Cross training camp on the Isle of Wight
3/208/1 [1971] Writing the last chapters of 'The History of Knowle'
3/209/1 [1972] Miss Wootton on publication day of 'The History of Knowle'
3/210/1 [1981] Knowle Parish Church. Green altar cloth
3/210/2 [1981] Knowle Parish Church. Green altar cloth
3/210/3 [1981] Knowle Parish Church. Green altar cloth
3/210/4 [1981] Knowle Parish Church. Soldiers' Chapel altar cloth
3/210/5 [1981] Knowle Parish Church. Soldiers' Chapel altar cloth
3/210/6 [1981] Knowle Parish Church. Soldiers' Chapel altar cloth
3/210/7 [1981] Knowle Parish Church. Red burse and veilKnowle Parish Church. Soldiers' Chapel screen
3/210/8 [1981] Knowle Parish Church. Green burse and veil
3/210/9 [1981] Knowle Parish Church. White altar cloth
3/210/10 [1981] Knowle Parish Church. White altar cloth
3/211/1 [1981] Rear of 7a Wilsons Road
3/211/2 [1981] Rear of 7a Wilsons Road. With Miss Kath Bayliss
3/212/1 [1973] Knowle Society Festival ExhibitionWith Dr. R. J. Bower, Miss Eva Wootton and Miss Janet Cant (Festival Queen) (Photo from Solihull News)
3/213/1 [1980] Knowle Society festival float
3/214/1 Six local views
3/215/1 South from church gate. Stowe Ho Milverton Ho in distance
3/216/1 Church and Guild House
3/217/1 [1912] The North Warwickshire Hunt outside the Guild House
3/218/1 Dorridge. Shows Hansom cab and Forest Hotel
3/219/1 The Felons in the Greswolde Ballroom
3/220/1 Mr. G. F. Jackson
3/221/1 Mrs. G. F. Jackson as commandant of Springfield VAD Hospital
3/222/1 Mr. Clive Jackson with his two daughters, Patricia & Elizabe
3/223/1 Members of the Jackson family in Somerset
3/224/1 [1915] Springfield V.A.D. Hospital:first patients at Norton CottageFirst wounded men to be nursed, outside Norton Cottage March 1915. Photograph presented by the first batch of the wounded.
3/225/1 [1914] Springfield V.A.D. Hospital, 1914
3/225/2 [1914] Springfield V.A.D. Hospital, 1914
3/226/1 [1904] Springfield Hall from the rear
3/226/2 [1904] The Croquet Lawn at Springfield House
3/226/3 [1904] The Rose Walk
3/226/4 [1904] The Bridge over the Blythe in the park at Springfield House
3/226/5 [1904] The fish pond in the garden
3/226/6 [1904] The Hall Farm (from Springfield estate brochure)
3/226/7 [1904] Elvers Green Farm (from Springfield estate brochure)
3/227/1 [1946] The House, 1946
3/228/1 The outside staff at Springfield House
3/229/1 [1899] Cottage at Tilehouse GreenFrom Widney Estate brochure.
3/229/2 [1899] Cottage near the entrance to Longdon HallFrom Widney Estate brochure.
3/229/3 [1899] The Elm Avenue, Copt HeathFrom Widney Estate brochure.
3/229/4 [1899] Longdon Hall (from Widney Estate sale brochure)From Widney Estate brochure.
3/229/5 [1899] Copt Heath Farm (from Widney Estate sale brochure)From Widney Estate brochure.
3/229/6 [1899] Widney Farm HouseFrom Widney Estate brochure.
3/230/1 [1919] Longdon Hall (farm buildings)
3/231/1 [1920] The Manor House (front) (from 1920 sale brochure)
3/232/1 [1952] The Manor House (front) (from 1952 sale brochure)
3/232/2 [1952] The Manor House from the garden. (from 1952 sale brochure)
3/232/3 [1952] The Manor House (Morning Room) (from 1952 sale brochure)
3/232/4 [1952] The Manor House (Lounge Hall) (from 1952 sale brochure).
3/233/1 [1959] The old vicarage
3/234/1 [1978] The old surgery
3/234/2 [1978] The old surgery
3/235/1 [1978] The Greswolde Garage
3/235/2 [1978] The Greswolde Hotel
3/235/3 [1978] High St looking southLeft: Greswolde to Band and Meeks.
Right: Abbey National row of buildings.
Church tower just visible in distance.
3/235/4 [1979] High St. Band & Meeks to Richard Hills (Kingscote)
3/235/5 [1979] High St. Knowle Fruit Stores to Sieglinde Hiscox
3/236/1 [1978] Kimbell's Walk: Offices at side of Kingscote
3/236/2 [1978] High St. Left: Arden Lodge to Knowle Photo. Right: Red Lion
3/236/3 [1979] High St. Curtis's, part of Ann Stevens & site of new shops
3/236/4 [1978] High StLeft : Part of Maiden's group of shops to St. John's Close.
Right: Part of Windridge's, Maddocks and the corner.
3/236/5 [1979] The SquarePart of Windridge's, Monastery House, the Guild House and part of the church.
3/236/6 [1979] The SquareMonastery House, the Guild House and part of the church tower in the background.
3/237/1 [1978] Church and Guild House
3/237/2 [1978] Church and Guild House
3/237/3 [1978] Church and Guild House
3/238/1 [1979] High St/Station Road cornerPart of 'The Coffee Pot', Denis Allen and part of the the copy bureau.
3/238/2 [1978] High St. Hamish Bowie to the old chapel (Susan Hancock)
3/238/3 [1979] High St: Stowe House, Knibb's, Wrensons Corner beyond
3/238/4 [1979] High St: Stowe House (rear extensions)
3/238/5 [1979] High St: Stowe House, Knibb's, Smith's, the Wool Shop
3/238/6 [1979] High St: Old chapel (Robert Lee), Stowe House, adj. ShopsWindridge's in the distance.
3/239/1 [1978] The Red Lion
3/240/1 [1979] Part of Red Lion, Lyons, Chares and NatWest Bank
3/240/2 [1979] High St: Corner of St. John's Close to Maiden's
3/240/3 [1978] High St: Bank House to the bend; Kingscote to the Greswolde
3/240/4 [1979] High St: Dillons. Lodge Road/High St. corner
3/240/5 [1979] High St: Dillons. Lodge Road/High St. corner
3/241/1 [1979] Lodge Road/Station Road corner: Hollands' Garage
3/241/2 [1979] Lodge Road: Pear Tree Cottage
3/241/3 [1979] Lodge Road/Station Road corner: Victoria Buildings
3/241/4 [1979] Lodge Road: Nos 81 - 111
3/241/5 [1979] Lodge Road: Nos 105 - 111
3/241/6 [1979] Lodge Road/Station Road corner: Victoria Buildings
3/241/7 [1979] Lodge Road: No 29
3/241/8 [1979] Job's Close
3/241/9 [1979] Lodge Road: Nos 96 - 102
3/241/10 [1979] Lodge Road: No 31
3/241/11 [1978] Lodge Road: Old people's bungalows
3/241/12 [1979] Lodge Road/Station Road corner: Victoria Buildings
3/241/13 [1979] Lodge Road: Nos 98 - 102
3/241/14 [1978] Lodge Road: Nos 98 - 102
3/241/15 [1979] Lodge Road: No 29
3/242/1 [1979] Station Road: Looking from Lodge Road corner to Warwick RoadHollands' Garage left foreground. Milverton House in far distance.
3/242/2 [1979] Station Road: Looking towards Warwick RoadCottages near Lodge Road in foreground. Milverton House in far distance.
3/242/3 [1978] Station Road: Looking towards Lodge Road from the south sideBower House right foreground. Cottages beyond.
3/242/4 [1978] Station Road: Looking towards Lodge Road from St. John'CloseNo. 58 (Grimshaw House, on corner of St. John's Close) in foreground. Terraces beyond to No. 72.
3/242/5 [1979] Station Road: Rookery Cottages
3/242/6 [1978] Station Road: Cottages, St John's Close to the Olde HouseMiddlefield Cottages (Nos. 32 - 38) on left. No. 26 on right.
3/242/7 [1978] The Olde House (Phillips Fine Art Auctioneers)
3/242/8 [1978] Wrensons CornerTaylor's Music Shop, The Coffee Pot, Denis Allen and the copy bureau.
3/242/9 [1979] Station Road: Looking towards Lodge Road from St. John's Close
3/242/10 [1978] The Olde House (Phillips Fine Art Auctioneers)
3/243/1 [1978] Station Road/Warwick Road corner. Colordrives to Lloyds Bank
3/243/2 [1979] Station Road: Johnsons' Garage
3/243/3 [1978] Station Road: Shops beyond Johnsons' Garage
3/243/4 [1979] Station Road: United Reformed Church
3/243/5 [1978] Arden School
3/243/6 [1979] Station Road: No. 195 (next to Corbett's Foredraught
3/243/7 [1979] Station Road: Nos. 201 - 203
3/243/8 [1979] Station Road: Nos. 205 - 207
3/243/9 [1978] Station Road: Johnsons' Garage
3/244/1 [1978] The Precinct. Looking from Tesco car park to High Street
3/244/2 [1979] Downing Hall from Tesco car park
3/244/3 [1979] Knowle Village Hall
3/244/4 [1978] St John's Close. Looking from the centre green to Lodge Rd
3/245/1 [1978] The old school
3/245/2 [1978] Kenilworth Rd: Looking towards High StPart of the old school in the background. Nos. 3 - 7 in the foreground.
3/245/3 [1978] Kenilworth Rd: The Florentine Restaurant, Jubilee House, etcBeyond to the drive next to No. 29.
3/245/4 [1978] Kenilworth Rd: Nos. 29 - 35
3/246/1 [1979] Golden End Cottages. Nos. 96 - 98
3/246/2 [1979] Golden End Cottages. No. 94 (Linby Cottage) & part No. 92No. 92 in the garden of No. 94.
3/246/3 [1979] Golden End Cottages. Nos. 88 - 90
3/246/4 [1979] Golden End Cottages. Nos. 80 - 86
3/246/5 [1979] Golden End Cottages. Nos. 78 - 84
3/246/6 [1979] Golden End Cottages. Nos. 72 - 78
3/246/7 [1979] Golden End Cottages. Nos. 62 - 70 (sideways to road)
3/246/8 [1979] The Manor House
3/246/9 [1979] The Manor House
3/247/1 [1979] Wilson's Row. Looking towards Kenilworth Road
3/247/2 [1978] Wilson's Road: No. 19
3/247/3 [1979] Kenilworth Road: No. 30
3/247/4 [1979] Kenilworth Road: Jet Garage
3/247/5 [1979] Kenilworth Road: Nos. 46 - 50
3/247/6 [1979] Wilson's Row. Looking towards Warwick Road
3/248/1 [1979] Kenilworth Road: Nos. 2, 4 & 6 (Cluttons' Cottage)
3/248/2 [1978] New Berrow Homes: Rear gardens from Warwick Road
3/248/3 [1978] New Berrow Homes: through Wilsons Rd gate into the coutyard
3/249/1 [1978] Golden End House (47, Kenilworth Road)
3/249/2 [1978] Kenilworth Road: No. 53 & 55 (corner Golden End Drive)
3/249/3 [1979] Kenilworth Road: Sunnymount
3/249/4 [1979] Kenilworth Road: No. 180
3/249/5 [1979] Kenilworth Road: No. 200 (Canal cottage)
3/249/6 [1979] Knowle Hall: rear and side
3/249/7 [1979] Knowle Hall: front. Mr. Horace Everitt outside front door
3/250/1 [1978] Kixley Barn
3/250/2 [1979] Kixley Lane: Nos. 7 - 23
3/250/3 [1978] Kixley Lane: The New School
3/250/4 [1978] Kixley Lane: Nos. 27 - 51 (looking towards Kenilworth Road)
3/250/5 [1978] Kixley Lane: Nos. 27 - 51 (looking towards the canal)
3/250/6 [1979] Kixley Lane: Yew Tree Farm
3/250/7 [1979] Kixley Lane: 'Far End'
3/250/8 [1978] Kixley Lane: Cottages between Yew Tree Farm and Far End
3/250/9 [1978] Kixley Lane Bridge
3/250/10 [1979] Kixley Lane: Yew Tree Farm
3/250/11 [1978] Kixley Lane Bridge
3/251/1 [1978] Milverton House (Warwick Road frontage)
3/251/2 [1978] Milverton Terrace
3/251/3 [1979] Batts Hall
3/251/4 [1979] Batts Hall Lodge
3/251/5 [1979] Stripes Hill Farm (close up)
3/251/6 [1979] The Vicarage
3/251/7 [1979] Lansdowne
3/251/8 [1979] Milverton Road
3/251/9 [1979] Milverton House (Warwick Road frontage)
3/251/10 [1979] Stripes Hill Farm (distant view)
3/251/11 [1979] Lansdowne
3/252/1 [1979] Tile Cross House
3/252/2 [1979] Widney Cottage
3/252/3 [1978] The Chase
3/252/4 [1978] Chase Cottage
3/252/5 [1978] 36-38 Widney Road
3/252/6 [1978] 52-54 Tilehouse Green Lane
3/252/7 [1978] 110 Tilehouse Green Lane
3/252/8 [1978] Bentley Heath Cottages
3/252/9 [1979] 52 Widney Road (Samuel Welsh Memorial Homes)
3/252/10 [1979] Tile Cross House
3/253/1 [1979] Rotten Row Farm
3/253/2 [1979] Pear Tree Farm, Warwick Road
3/253/3 [1978] Small barn, Grove Road
3/253/4 [1979] Grove Farm, Grove Road
3/253/5 [1979] Middlefield Hospital, Grove Road
3/253/6 [1979] Highfield (Middlefield Hospital), Station Road
3/253/7 [1979] Grove Farm, Grove Road
3/254/1 [1979] Warwick Road No. 936 (Gateway to Malvern Hall)
3/254/2 [1978] Copt Heath Farm
3/254/3 [1979] Grove Farm, Jacobean Lane
3/254/4 [1978] Grove Cottage, Copt Heath
3/254/5 [1978] Yew Tree Cottage, Copt Heath
3/254/6 [1978] 'Elmcroft', 1405a Warwick Road
3/254/7 [1978] Copt Heath Croft
3/254/8 [1978] Warwick Road, Copt Heath: Nos. 1429 - 1435
3/254/9 [1979] Copt Heath Farm (in process of renovation)
3/255/1 [1978] Warwick Road: Semi detached houses opposite the spinney
3/255/2 [1978] Warwick Road: Nos. 1593 - 1603 (Hillside Cottages)
3/255/3 [1978] The Royal British Legion (Knowle) Branch Headquarters
3/255/4 [1978] Warwick Road: No 1619 (black and white cottage)
3/255/5 [1979] Warwick Road: No 1621 (Linwood Lodge)
3/255/6 [1979] The doctors' surgery
3/255/7 [1979] Warwick Road: No 1621 (Linwood Lodge)
3/255/8 [1979] Warwick Road: No 1621 (Linwood Lodge)
3/255/9 [1978] Warwick Road: Nos 1575 - 1585 (Northend Cottages)
3/256/1 [1978] Artillery Cottages
3/257/1 [1978] The Wilson Arms
3/257/2 [1978] The Wilson Arms barns
3/258/1 [1979] Grimshaw Hall
3/258/2 [1979] Grimshaw Hall
3/259/1 [1979] Rose Cottage
3/259/2 [1979] Grimshaw Cottage
3/259/3 [1979] Grimshaw Villas
3/259/4 [1979] Councils Houses, Hampton Road/Crabmill Close corner
3/260/1 [1978] The Laurels (the old surgery)
3/260/2 [1978] Church and Guild House
3/260/3 [1978] The Red Lion
3/260/4 [1979] Pear Tree Cottage, Lodge Road
3/260/5 [1979] Job's Close
3/260/6 [1978] Golden End House (47, Kenilworth Road)
3/260/7 [1979] Knowle Hall (front), with Mr. Horace Everitt at the door
3/260/8 [1979] Knowle Hall (rear and side)
3/260/9 [1979] Far End, Kixley Lane
3/260/10 [1978] Canal bridge, Kixley Lane (Photo: J. Raby)
3/260/11 [1979] Batts Hall, Stripes Hill
3/260/12 [1979] Stripes Hill Farm
3/260/13 [1978] 52-54 Tilehouse Green Lane
3/260/14 [1979] Pear Tree Farm, Warwick Road
3/260/15 [1978] Small barn, Grove Road
3/260/16 [1979] Middlefield
3/260/17 [1978] Yew Tree Cottage, Copt Heath
3/260/18 [1978] 1619 Warwick Road
3/260/19 [1978] Artillery Cottages
3/260/20 [1979] Grimshaw Hall
3/260/21 [1979] Nos. 80-86 Kenilworth Road
3/260/22 [1979] No. 195 Station Road
3/260/23 [1978] The New Berrow HomesLooking through the Wilson's Road gate to the courtyard.
3/260/24 [1979] Nos. 96-98 Kenilworth Road
3/260/25 [1978] Milverton House
3/260/26 [1979] Yew Tree Farm
3/260/27 [1979] Rotten Row Farm
3/260/28 [1979] Grove Farm Barns, Grove Road
3/260/29 [1978] Copt Heath Farm
3/261/1 The White Swan and Wells' Library
3/262/1 Unidentified object
3/262/2 Unidentified object
3/263/1 The Guild House
3/264/1 Knowle Carnival
3/265/1 Knowle Carnival
3/266/1 Knowle Carnival
3/267/1 Knowle Carnival
3/268/1 Knowle Carnival
3/269/1 [1937] The Forresters on the occasion of King George VI coronation
3/269/2 [1937] The Forresters on the occasion of King George VI coronation
3/269/3 [1937] On the occasion of King George VI's coronation
3/270/1 [1924] The Ancient Order of Forresters. Procession
3/270/2 [1924] The Ancient Order of Forresters. Procession
3/270/3 [1924] The Ancient Order of Forresters. Procession
3/271/1 [1927] Motorcycle in Warwick Road
3/272/1 [1925] Motorcycle in Poplar Road
3/273/1 A motorcycle
3/274/1 [1906] Knowle Lodge
3/275/1 [1906] Knowle Lodge
3/276/1 [1900] The staff at Knowle Lodge (Bates, Sneed & Thomas)
3/277/1 [1908] Ducks in the garden at Knowle Lodge
3/278/1 [1910] Knowle Lodge garden: a peep at the house through the arches
3/279/1 [1910] Knowle Lodge garden
3/280/1 [1910] Dr. Reginald Bower in the garden at Knowle Lodge
3/281/1 [1910] A wedding group at Knowle Lodge
3/282/1 [1892] Members of the Bower family in the garden at Knowle LodgePhoto by E Trinder, High Street, Solihull.
3/282/2 [1860] Knowle Lodge. From painting by Mrs. Maria Christopherson
3/282/3 [1860] Knowle Lodge. From painting by Mrs. Maria Christopherson
3/283/1 [1908] Miss Kate Bower in the drawing room at Knowle Lodge
3/284/1 [1909] Members of the Bower family in the garden at Knowle Lodge
3/285/1 [1908] Mr. Hubert Bower on his tricycle at Knowle Lodge
3/286/1 [1908] Annie with Jock and Ivore at Knowle Lodge
3/287/1 [1910] Mr Hubert Bower and Dr Reginald Bower in Knowle Lodge garden
3/288/1 [1906] The pig at Knowle Lodge
3/289/1 [1906] Jock at Knowle Lodge
3/290/1 [1906] Jock at Knowle Lodge
3/291/1 [1906] Members of the Bower family at Knowle Lodge
3/292/1 [1934] Knowle Lodge
3/293/1 [1908] The staff at Knowle Lodge (Elsie, Annie and Emma)
3/294/1 [1907] Mr. James Noble Bower among his bees at Knowle Lodge
3/295/1 [1926] Rear of Knowle Lodge from the old surgeryFrom a painting by Eva Wootton.
3/296/1 [1982] Warwick Road spinney
3/297/1 [1982] Warwick Road spinney
3/298/1 [1817] Knowle Lodge grounds (from Enclosure Map)
3/299/1 [1962] Dell Farm just before demolition. (from Solihull News)
3/300/1 [1982] Knowle Parish Church. Crowther memorial window
3/301/1 [1982] Knowle Parish Church. Bower memorial bell (No 4)
3/302/1 [1982] Knowle Parish Church. Bower memorial window
3/303/1 [1982] Knowle Parish Church. Bower memorial cross on High Altar
3/303/2 [1982] Knowle Parish Church. Revd. Thomas Blyth Memorial Tablet
3/303/3 [1839] Notice for sale of Revd. Thomas Blyth's library
3/304/1 [1983] Paterson Court: frontage. Car outside
3/304/2 [1983] Paterson Court: new additions
3/304/3 [1983] Paterson Court
3/304/4 [1983] Paterson Court: new additions
3/304/5 [1983] Paterson Court: new additions
3/305/1 [1983] Verger's House
3/306/1 [1931] Rehanging the church bells
3/306/2 [1931] Rehanging the church bells
3/306/3 [1931] Rehanging the church bells
3/307/1 Landers' Dairy motorcycle and sidecar
3/308/1 [1940] Dorridge Platoon Home GuardIncludes Pendry, Stevens, Pickering, Smith, Desaulles, Bale, Jackson, Astle, Stafford, Batchelor, White, Taylor, Sutherland, Blakstad, Wincott, Brazier, Brazier, Moore, Hammond, Wilson, Wilson, Bowen, Everton, Scarff, Naylor, Knight, Allman, Dukes, Goslin
3/309/1 [1910] The Maypole outside the Greswolde Arms, c. 1910Copied from Miss Wootton's bequest to Solihull Library by courtesy of the chief librarian, Solihull (see also 3/318/1 - 3/350/1)

Mr. A. H. Peach standing in the road.
3/310/1 [1919] The Maypole outside the Greswolde Arms, c. 1919Copied from Miss Wootton's bequest to Solihull Library by courtesy of the chief librarian, Solihull (see also 3/318/1 - 3/350/1)

The last Maypole Day.
3/311/1 Lodge RoadCopied from Miss Wootton's bequest to Solihull Library by courtesy of the chief librarian, Solihull (see also 3/318/1 - 3/350/1)
3/312/1 [1922] Knowle Motor Co. at the Wilson Arms barnCopied from Miss Wootton's bequest to Solihull Library by courtesy of the chief librarian, Solihull (see also 3/318/1 - 3/350/1)

The first garage in Knowle, at the Wilson Arms Barn.
3/313/1 [1946] Washpits farm houseCopied from Miss Wootton's bequest to Solihull Library by courtesy of the chief librarian, Solihull (see also 3/318/1 - 3/350/1)
3/314/1 [1938] Corner of Longdon Road and Lodge RoadCopied from Miss Wootton's bequest to Solihull Library by courtesy of the chief librarian, Solihull (see also 3/318/1 - 3/350/1)
3/315/1 Slang Field and Purnell's BrookCopied from Miss Wootton's bequest to Solihull Library by courtesy of the chief librarian, Solihull (see also 3/318/1 - 3/350/1)

Copy of painting by Miss Eva Wootton.
3/316/1 [1923] Waste Lane (Longdon Road)Copied from Miss Wootton's bequest to Solihull Library by courtesy of the chief librarian, Solihull (see also 3/318/1 - 3/350/1)

Copy of painting by Miss Eva Wootton.
3/317/1 [1912] Springfield House: the entrance hall
3/317/2 [1912] Springfield House: the entrance hall
3/317/3 [1912] Springfield House: the ballroom/music room
3/317/4 [1912] Springfield House: front entrance looking towards Barston
3/317/5 [1912] Springfield House: the main entrance
3/317/6 [1912] Springfield House: the stable block
3/318/1 Grove Cottage, Copt Heath as a keeper's cottageCopied from Miss Wootton's bequest to Solihull Library by courtesy of the chief librarian, Solihull (see also 3/309/1 - 3/316/1)
3/319/1 [1870] Church & Guild HouseCopied from Miss Wootton's bequest to Solihull Library by courtesy of the chief librarian, Solihull (see also 3/309/1 - 3/316/1)
3/320/1 [1910] High St looking north. Men's Institute to Lodge Rd. ColourCopied from Miss Wootton's bequest to Solihull Library by courtesy of the chief librarian, Solihull (see also 3/309/1 - 3/316/1)

Left: Men's Institute (part) with oblong sign over window. Cottages beyond.
Right: Cottages, Greswolde with outbuildings nea
3/321/1 [1909] Church & Guild House from Kenilworth RdCopied from Miss Wootton's bequest to Solihull Library by courtesy of the chief librarian, Solihull (see also 3/309/1 - 3/316/1)
3/322/1 [1905] Station Road. Shops left. Cottages (No. 58 onwards) rightCopied from Miss Wootton's bequest to Solihull Library by courtesy of the chief librarian, Solihull (see also 3/309/1 - 3/316/1)

Left: end of Sgt. Court's shops, hedge beyond.
Right: Nos 58-72 and beyond. Victoria buildings in far distance. Several pe
3/323/1 [1910] High St looking north. Miss Bower at Mrs. Price's houseCopied from Miss Wootton's bequest to Solihull Library by courtesy of the chief librarian, Solihull (see also 3/309/1 - 3/316/1)

Left: Cottages (now demolished) with Miss Kate (or Miss Fanny) Bower on the left at door district visiting at Mrs Joe Price's
3/324/1 [1910] Knowle StationCopied from Miss Wootton's bequest to Solihull Library by courtesy of the chief librarian, Solihull (see also 3/309/1 - 3/316/1)
3/325/1 [1905] Station Road. Mr. Wakefield walking in roadCopied from Miss Wootton's bequest to Solihull Library by courtesy of the chief librarian, Solihull (see also 3/309/1 - 3/316/1)
3/326/1 [1903] The Avenue, Copt Heath, showing open common on rightCopied from Miss Wootton's bequest to Solihull Library by courtesy of the chief librarian, Solihull (see also 3/309/1 - 3/316/1)
3/327/1 [1910] High St looking south. Mrs. Dick Court by Chester HouseCopied from Miss Wootton's bequest to Solihull Library by courtesy of the chief librarian, Solihull (see also 3/309/1 - 3/316/1)
3/328/1 [1905] Milverton HouseCopied from Miss Wootton's bequest to Solihull Library by courtesy of the chief librarian, Solihull (see also 3/309/1 - 3/316/1)
3/329/1 [1912] Knowle Parish Church. Nave. Font at west end of main aisleCopied from Miss Wootton's bequest to Solihull Library by courtesy of the chief librarian, Solihull (see also 3/309/1 - 3/316/1)
3/330/1 The Guild HouseCopied from Miss Wootton's bequest to Solihull Library by courtesy of the chief librarian, Solihull (see also 3/309/1 - 3/316/1)
3/331/1 [1935] The Foresters' procession outside the Olde HouseCopied from Miss Wootton's bequest to Solihull Library by courtesy of the chief librarian, Solihull (see also 3/309/1 - 3/316/1)

King George V's Silver Jubilee, 1935.
3/332/1 [1900] Widney Rd crossroads, looking to Knowle. Shows HillcrestCopied from Miss Wootton's bequest to Solihull Library by courtesy of the chief librarian, Solihull (see also 3/309/1 - 3/316/1)

Hillcrest on left of sign post.
3/333/1 [1955] Mr. Geoffrey Smith recarving one of church pinnaclesCopied from Miss Wootton's bequest to Solihull Library by courtesy of the chief librarian, Solihull (see also 3/309/1 - 3/316/1)

Pinnacle blew down and smashed. March 1935.
3/334/1 [1948] Wilson's Road in winterCopied from Miss Wootton's bequest to Solihull Library by courtesy of the chief librarian, Solihull (see also 3/309/1 - 3/316/1)
3/335/1 [1952] Kenilworth Rd. Mr. Robbins on Lander's milk cartCopied from Miss Wootton's bequest to Solihull Library by courtesy of the chief librarian, Solihull (see also 3/309/1 - 3/316/1)
3/336/1 Elvers Green Lane FordCopied from Miss Wootton's bequest to Solihull Library by courtesy of the chief librarian, Solihull (see also 3/309/1 - 3/316/1)
3/337/1 Rear of Red Lion Bowling Green (now St. John's Close)Copied from Miss Wootton's bequest to Solihull Library by courtesy of the chief librarian, Solihull (see also 3/309/1 - 3/316/1)
3/338/1 [1955] Station Road looking westCopied from Miss Wootton's bequest to Solihull Library by courtesy of the chief librarian, Solihull (see also 3/309/1 - 3/316/1)

October 1955.
3/339/1 [1953] High Street looking south. Mr. Fred Clarke on footpath leftCopied from Miss Wootton's bequest to Solihull Library by courtesy of the chief librarian, Solihull (see also 3/309/1 - 3/316/1)
3/340/1 [1902] Widney Rd Xroads. With arch erected for coronation of Ed VIICopied from Miss Wootton's bequest to Solihull Library by courtesy of the chief librarian, Solihull (see also 3/309/1 - 3/316/1)
3/341/1 The east front, Middlefield HospitalCopied from Miss Wootton's bequest to Solihull Library by courtesy of the chief librarian, Solihull (see also 3/309/1 - 3/316/1)
3/342/1 [1915] Eastcote Ford, looking towards KnowleCopied from Miss Wootton's bequest to Solihull Library by courtesy of the chief librarian, Solihull (see also 3/309/1 - 3/316/1)
3/342/2 [1915] Eastcote Ford, looking towards KnowleCopied from Miss Wootton's bequest to Solihull Library by courtesy of the chief librarian, Solihull (see also 3/309/1 - 3/316/1)
3/342/3 [1915] Eastcote Ford, looking towards EastcoteCopied from Miss Wootton's bequest to Solihull Library by courtesy of the chief librarian, Solihull (see also 3/309/1 - 3/316/1)
3/343/1 [1959] St. John's Close before development. Rear Station Rd housesCopied from Miss Wootton's bequest to Solihull Library by courtesy of the chief librarian, Solihull (see also 3/309/1 - 3/316/1)
3/344/1 [1900] Golden End Farm, Kenilworth RoadCopied from Miss Wootton's bequest to Solihull Library by courtesy of the chief librarian, Solihull (see also 3/309/1 - 3/316/1)
3/345/1 [1925] Looking across the churchyard to The SquareCopied from Miss Wootton's bequest to Solihull Library by courtesy of the chief librarian, Solihull (see also 3/309/1 - 3/316/1)
3/346/1 Blewlake HouseCopied from Miss Wootton's bequest to Solihull Library by courtesy of the chief librarian, Solihull (see also 3/309/1 - 3/316/1)
3/347/1 [1946] The old vicarage gardenCopied from Miss Wootton's bequest to Solihull Library by courtesy of the chief librarian, Solihull (see also 3/309/1 - 3/316/1)
3/348/1 [1946] Corbett's (Jacknet) Foredraught (opposite Purnell's Way)Copied from Miss Wootton's bequest to Solihull Library by courtesy of the chief librarian, Solihull (see also 3/309/1 - 3/316/1)
3/349/1 [1927] Erection of scaffolding and new cobbalsCopied from Miss Wootton's bequest to Solihull Library by courtesy of the chief librarian, Solihull (see also 3/309/1 - 3/316/1)
3/350/1 Unidentified house (from a painting by Eva Wootton)Copied from Miss Wootton's bequest to Solihull Library by courtesy of the chief librarian, Solihull (see also 3/309/1 - 3/316/1)

Windmill Farm, Packwood?
3/351/1 [1829] Old Knowle Hall (copy of original etching)
3/352/1 [1806] Drawing of church (from Gentlemen's Magazine)
3/353/1 Painting on the staircase at Springfield House
3/354/1 [1983] The stable door at Springfield House 1983
3/354/2 [1983] Springfield House - the mounting block in the grounds
3/355/1 Springfield House - the outside staff
3/356/1 Two of the Springfield staff as boys, outside the stable blo
3/357/1 [1983] Knowle Parish Church - Edward Edmondson memorial window
3/358/1 [1983] Memorial to John Gough Fisher in Barston Parish Church 1754
3/359/1 [1983] Hatchment for a member of the Fisher familyin Barston Parish Church.
3/360/1 [1817] Springfield House and Grounds, l817. (from manorial map)
3/361/1 Signature of Anne Fisher on a deed
3/361/2 Signatures of members of the Moland family on a deed
3/361/3 Signatures of members of the Moland family on a deed
3/361/4 Signatures of Anne Fisher and members of the Molandfamily on a deed.
3/362/1 [1946] Springfield House
3/363/1 [1918] Postcard from prisoner of war camp at Karlsruhe
3/364/1 Knowle HallFrom Mr. Clarke's scrap book.
3/364/2 Knowle HallFrom Mr. Clarke's scrap book.
3/365/1 Looking east towards Knowle from Tilehouse Green LaneBefore the estates were built. Left hand side of split photograph.
3/365/2 Looking east towards Knowle from Tilehouse Green LaneBefore the estates were built. Right hand side of split photograph.
3/366/1 High Street looking north. Midland Bank to Greswolde Arms
3/366/2 High Street looking south. Greswolde Arms to Chester House
3/366/3 Knowle Parish Church
3/366/4 Church interior. Font at west end of main aisle
3/366/5 The Guild House
3/366/6 The Wbite Swan
3/366/7 Station Road looking towards Dorridge from Lodge Road cornerShows turret on No. 30 Station Road (formerly The Turret Stores)
3/366/8 Birmingham Road, Knowle
3/366/9 Copt Heath, Knowle
3/366/10 Warwick Road looking north. Cottages on right
3/366/11 Grimshaw Hall, Knowle
3/366/12 Eastcote Ford
3/367/1 The church and churchyard from the north
3/368/1 The church from the north east
3/369/1 The church from the south east
3/370/1 Church interior: the nave
3/371/1 Church interior: Soldiers' Chapel screen
3/372/1 Church interior: towards the chancel from the naveShows the circular stone in front of the chancel.
3/373/1 Church interior: towards the chancel from the west door
3/374/1 Church interior: Soldiers' Chapel screen
3/375/1 Church interior: Soldiers' Chapel screen
3/376/1 Church interior: new pulpit
3/377/1 The Guild House
3/378/1 [1900] The church from the south east
3/379/1 Stowe House
3/380/1 [1922] Miss Marjorie Bower & Mrs J N Bower in a trap at Middlefield
3/381/1 Canon Downing
3/381/2 Canon Downing
3/381/3 Canon Downing
3/382/1 Children from the Woodlands Convalescent Home, Chadwick End
3/382/2 Children from the Woodlands Convalescent Home, Chadwick End
3/383/1 Church interior in Canon Howe's time
3/384/1 [1945] The church floodlit on V.E. Night
3/385/1 The church from the south east
3/386/1 [1933] Brig. General Walter Ludlow, aged 76
3/387/1 [1914] The Red Cross at the Church Room, Dorridge
3/387/2 [1914] The Red Cross at the Church Room, Dorridge
3/388/1 Knowle Parish Church: two photographs of Soldiers' Chapel
3/389/1 Two unidentified gentlemen, one in army uniform
3/390/1 Knowle Lodge and The Manor House
3/391/1 [1965] Knowle and Dorridge Station
3/392/1 [1909] The church and Guild House from Kenilworth Rd
3/393/1 Chester House as an antiques shop
3/394/1 Portrait of an unidentified man
3/395/1 Hillcrest, Widney Road (Woodward family home)
3/396/1 Rear view of houses in Station Rd from Hillcrest, Widney Rd
3/397/1 Hillcrest, Widney Road (Home of Woodward family)
3/398/1 The billiard room, Hillcrest, Widney Road
3/399/1 A fireplace, Hillcrest, Widney Road
3/400/1 Young lady with two babies (Misses Dorothy and Eileen Woodward) in a perambulator
3/401/1 Lady with child (Miss Dorothy Woodward) in peramulator
3/402/1 The Woodward family Victoria carriage
3/403/1 Mrs. Seymour and Sue of Milverton House
3/404/1 [1915] The Woodward family Humber
3/405/1 [1915] The Woodward family Humber (side view)
3/405/2 Interior of 'Hillcrest'. Girl at keyboard
3/405/3 Interior of 'Hillcrest'. Piano Player
3/405/4 [1893] 'Hillcrest' (Drive and gateway)
3/405/5 The Woodward family Victoria carriage, pre 1915
3/406/1 The Wilson Arms
3/407/1 The Wilson Arms and end of Knowle Lodge on opposite corner
3/408/1 The White Swan and The Red Lion
3/408/2 The White Swan and The Red Lion
3/408/3 The Red Lion and the Card Shop
3/409/1 The White Swan
3/410/1 The White Swan
3/411/1 Artillery Cottages looking towards Solihull.
3/412/1 The Elm Avenue, Copt Heath
3/413/1 Grimshaw Hall. Timbers exposed.
3/414/1 The old vicarage
3/415/1 The church and corner of the Guild House
3/416/1 The church and Guild House from Kenilworth Rd
3/417/1 The church: east end
3/418/1 The Guild House: front view
3/419/1 The Guild House: oblique view from churchyard
3/420/1 The Guild House: oblique view before restoration
3/421/1 Church from south; Stowe House left; Berrow Homes right
3/422/1 The Square. Red Lion left; Guild House rightRed Lion rendered. White Swan with timbers exposed. House beyond White Swan. Maddocks as private house or police station. Guild House with shop front extreme right. Colour.
3/423/1 [1915] The Greswolde Arms and High Street, early 1900's
3/424/1 The Square, showing Red Lion & White Swan. Horse & cartRed Lion rendered. White Swan with timbers exposed. Butcher's shop in between. House beyond White Swan with shop front. Horse and cart in front of Red Lion.
3/425/1 The Square with The White Swan, houses & part of Guild House
3/426/1 The Square: part of Red Lion,White Swan,houses & Guild House
3/427/1 High St looking southChester House on left. Men's Institute on right.
3/428/1 High St looking north: No. 1644 left; Chester House right
3/429/1 High St looking north: Arden Cafe left; Chester House right
3/430/1 High St looking north: Arden Cafe left; Chester House right
3/431/1 [1915] The Greswolde Arms, early 1900's
3/432/1 The Greswolde: 'In Coaching Days' (front elevation)
3/433/1 The Square; White Swan, houses & most of Guild House
3/434/1 [1915] Milverton House (Warwick Rd frontage)
3/435/1 The church from the south
3/436/1 The Guild House: front elevation
3/437/1 The Guild House: front elevation
3/438/1 The Guild House: front elevation
3/439/1 The Guild House: oblique view from churchyard
3/440/1 High St looking north: Arden Cafe left; Chester House right
3/441/1 [1902] Station Rd/Widney Rd corner. With arch for 1902 coronation
3/442/1 Station Road crossroads, looking towards Knowle
3/443/1 Widney Road crossroads
3/444/1 Widney Road looking towards Station Road
3/445/1 Widney Road outside Hillcrest, looking towards Station Road
3/446/1 Widney Road outside Hillcrest, looking towards Station Road
3/447/1 Norton Green Lane bend, showing Norton Green Farm on right
3/448/1 House next to Bentley Heath School & Mrs Sarah WoodwardWith Mrs. Sarah Power Woodward (nee Heaton)
3/449/1 Widney Road: end of Bentley Heath School & two houses
3/450/1 Widney Road/Mill Lane junction, looking towards Widney RoadLooking towards No. 42 Widney Road (formerly Mr. Viney's house)
3/451/1 Widney Road/Mill Lane junction, looking towards Station Road
3/452/1 Widney Road: No 42 (formerly Mr Viney's house) opp Mill Lane
3/453/1 [1900] Widney Road: side of No 42 (formerly Mr Viney's house)Formerly Mr. Viney's house. Opposite Mill Lane. Looking towards Bentley Heath.
3/454/1 Top(?) end of Gate Lane, Four Ashes Road
3/455/1 Gate Lane, Bentley Heath, Four Ashes Road end
3/456/1 Four Ashes Road (?)
3/457/1 Station Approach, Dorridge
3/458/1 Station Approach, Dorridge. Looking towards village centre
3/459/1 Station Approach, Dorridge
3/460/1 Dorridge Church
3/461/1 Arden Road, Dorridge
3/462/1 The old surgery, Dorridge
3/463/1 The Forest Hotel, Dorridge
3/464/1 The Forest Hotel, Dorridge
3/465/1 'The Dorridge', opposite the stationAt the Avenue Road/Dorridge Road junction.
LtoR: Dorothy Woodward, Eileen Woodward & ? Jaques.
3/466/1 'Parkfield', Norton Green Lane (rear entrance)
3/467/1 Grove's Bridge (off Arden Road), Dorridge
3/468/1 Grove's Bridge, Dorridge (?)
3/469/1 The church(?), Tanworth in Arden
3/470/1 The church, Tanworth in Arden
3/471/1 The church and surrounding houses, Tanworth in Arden
3/472/1 The church and surrounding houses, Tanworth in Arden
3/473/1 The footbridge over the ford at Eastcote
3/474/1 Eastcote Manor ?
3/475/1 Old Berry Hall
3/476/1 Canal and lock keeper's cottage. Knowle?
3/477/1 The canal at Bakers Lane
3/478/1 The canal. The pound at Lapworth
3/479/1 The canal. Cottage on left. Fisherman
3/480/1 The canal (from Kixley Lane bridge?)
3/481/1 The canal
3/482/1 The Stratford canal. The drawbridge at Lapworth
3/483/1 The Stratford(?) canal. The drawbridge at Lapworth
3/484/1 The Cross, Henley-in-Arden
3/485/1 The main street, Henley-in-Arden ?
3/486/1 Mountford Farm, Church Lane, Lapworth ?
3/487/1 Mountford Farm, Church Lane, Lapworth ?
3/488/1 The Bull's Head, Barston ?
3/489/1 Lady Katherine Leveson Homes, Temple Balsall
3/490/1 Bradnock Marsh, Hampton-in-Arden
3/491/1 Ford and 13th cent. packhorse bridge, Hampton-in-Arden
3/492/1 Lowsonford
3/493/1 The Lodge, Umberslade Hall
3/494/1 A Lane in Dorridge
3/495/1 Copt Heath, Knowle
3/496/1 A Lane near Packwood
3/497/1 Ravenshaw Lane ?
3/498/1 A Country Lane
3/499/1 Elvers Green Ford
3/500/1 Near Holywell ?
3/501/1 Unknown Farm
3/502/1 No 11 Hob Lane (burnt down before World War I)
3/503/1 No 11 Hob Lane (burnt down before World War I)
3/504/1 Cottage off Jacobean Lane, Knowle
3/505/1 Unknown Local view
3/506/1 'The Dorridge' (?)
3/507/1 Friday Lane Farm (near M42) ?
3/508/1 Unknown House
3/509/1 Unknown House
3/510/1 Unknown House
3/511/1 Unknown House
3/512/1 The Dial House, Warwick Road
3/513/1 Eastcote Hall, Knowle
3/514/1 Fogay Hall, Henwood Lane, Catherine de Barnes
3/515/1 Fogay Hall, Henwood Lane, Catherine de Barnes
3/516/1 Lodge at Parkfield, Dorridge
3/517/1 Unknown View
3/518/1 Unknown View
3/519/1 The Dial House, Warwick Road
3/520/1 Cottage at Gate Lane/Four Ashes Road junction
3/521/1 Avenue Road, Dorridge. Looking uphill towards Knowle end
3/522/1 'Woodcote' Four Ashes - formerly Horsley Cottage
3/523/1 Eastcote Manor
3/524/1 Barston Lane, opposite Friday Lane ?
3/525/1 Eastcote Manor
3/526/1 St Mary the Virgin Church at Ullenhall
3/527/1 St Mary the Virgin Church at Ullenhall
3/527/2 A Country Lane with Pool
3/528/1 [1950] Knowle Carnival 1950Left to right: Margaret Young, Christine ...., Valerie Thompson (Carnival Queen), Mrs. Everitt, Rosemary Curtis, R. Spencer (Carnival King)
3/529/1 [1952] Knowle Carnival 1952. With Anita Ingram (Carnival Queen.)
3/530/1 [1951] Knowle Carnival 1951: 'Cinders Tableau' (1st Prize)Shows Janice Rolls (Carnival Queen), Rosemary Curtis, Anita Ingram, Jean Hollier, Peter Hill, R. Danks.
3/531/1 [1951] Knowle Carnival 1951Shows Rosemary Curtis, Anita Ingram, Jean Hollier, Mary Yates.
3/532/1 Knowle Carnival: The Revels FloatShows Judeen Clarke, Kathleen Clarke & Margaret Greenaway.
3/533/1 Knowle Carnival: The Women's Institute Float
3/534/1 Knowle Carnival: The Women's Institute FloatShows Miss Smith, Miss Holyoake, Miss Inge, Miss G. Hinks, Mrs. Hill, Mrs. Jenkins, Miss Lowe, Mrs. Partridge, Mrs. Godson, Miss Shuttleworth, Mrs. Taylor, Mrs. Wilson, Mrs. Murray and others.
3/535/1 [1954] Knowle Carnival 1954: The Women's Institute FloatShows Miss G. Hinks, M. Lindon, G. Evans, K. Bayliss.
3/536/1 [1957] Knowle Carnival 1957: Knowle Youth Club FloatShows Kathleen Taylor, John Lees, David Ross, John Lissiman & Doreen Pickering.
3/537/1 [1953] Knowle Carnival 1953: Carnival AttendantsHilary Partridge, Hazel Billson, Sonia Bamflye.
3/537/2 [1953] Knowle Carnival 1953: Carnival Queen (Hilary Partridge)
3/537/3 [1953] Knowle Carnival 1953: Carnival Queen & attendantsCarnival Queen and attendants with Mr. Martin Lindsay (MP for Solihull) and Mr. Sydney Bryson.
3/537/4 [1953] Knowle Carnival 1953: Carnival Queen with Martin Lindsay MPCarnival Queen (Hilary Partridge) with Martin Lindsay MP and Sydney Bryson.
3/537/5 [1953] Knowle Carnival 1953: Carnival Queen, M Lindsay & S BrysonCarnival Queen with Martin Lindsay MP and Sydney Bryson.
3/537/6 [1953] Knowle Carnival 1953Presentation to Mrs. Stokes by Martin Linday MP.
3/537/7 [1953] Knowle Carnival 1953: Carnival Queen's attendants
3/537/8 [1953] Knowle Carnival 1953Carnival Queen, attendants and Morris Dancers.
3/537/9 [1953] Knowle Carnival 1953: Carnival Float
3/537/10 [1953] Knowle Carnival 1953: Carnival Float
3/537/11 [1953] Knowle Carnival 1953: Carnival Float 'End of Rationing'
3/537/12 [1953] Knowle Carnival 1953: Carnival Float 'Sweeney Todd'
3/537/13 [1953] Knowle Carnival 1953: Carnival Float.Dutch Windmill & TulipsWith Robert Thompson and Janet Lewis.
3/537/14 [1953] Knowle Carnival 1953: Carnival Float 'Baby Dolls'
3/537/15 [1953] Knowle Carnival 1953: Carnival Procession in the squareShows army band and Maddocks to the Guild House.
3/537/16 [1953] Knowle Carnival 1953: Carnival Procession (Penny Farthings)Procession outside the Guild House.
3/537/17 [1953] Knowle Carnival 1953: Carnival Procession (Penny Farthings)
3/537/18 [1953] Knowle Carnival 1953: Child drummer on pony
3/537/19 [1953] Knowle Carnival 1953: Morris Dancers outside the churchShows Reg Price ?
3/538/1 St. Mary's Church, Warwick: Tomb of Thomas Beauchamp
3/539/1 Knowle Volunteer Rifles at Stonleigh Abbey: Lady Leigh & Cordelia LeighMr. Thompson: back row 2nd from right of man with beret.
Lady Leigh: larger of two ladies.
Cordellia Leigh (sister in law): smaller of two ladies.
Both the above are believed to have lived at Stoneleigh Abbey. Photograph taken at Stoneleigh during Area C
3/540/1 [1935] Knowle School Group
3/541/1 [1953] Knowle School GroupBack row, 5th from left: Mrs. Fieldhouse.
3/542/1 Mr. Partridge outside Partridge's Ironmongers in Station Road
3/542/2 Mr. & Mrs. Partridge at home in their garden
3/543/1 [1935] North Warwicks Hunt: Guy Jackson Esq. MFH at The Honily Boot
3/543/2 [1935] North Warwicks Hunt: Springfield
3/543/3 [1937] North Warwicks Hunt: Mrs. Arkwright & Miss Everitt
3/543/4 [1937] North Warwicks Hunt: Mrs. Mellor & 'DP'
3/543/5 [1938] North Warwicks Hunt: Dissing for a fox near SpringfieldNear Pool-tail. From Meer End meet.
3/543/6 North Warwicks Hunt: The fox evicted at SpringfieldThe fox gave the hounds a good run and escaped in the gardens at Springfield. Undated and not necessarily the same occasion as 3/543/5.
3/543/7 [1938] North Warwicks Hunt: Mrs. Arkwright & Guy Jackson Esq.Addressing the children at Umberslade.
3/543/8 [1939] North Warwicks Hunt: BarstonShows hounds and motor cars.
3/543/9 North Warwicks Hunt: Mrs. Mellor on horseback
3/543/10 North Warwicks Hunt: Bridge over the Blythe, Temple Balsall
3/544/1 [1955] Knowle Picture Playhouse: Just sold
3/544/2 [1955] Knowle Picture Playhouse: conversion to Johnson's Garage
3/544/3 [1955] Knowle Picture Playhouse: conversion to Johnson's Garage
3/544/4 [1955] Knowle Picture Playhouse: conversion to Johnson's Garage
3/545/1 Wilson Arms Garage: with car in front
3/545/2 Wilson Arms Garage: side view
3/545/3 Wilson Arms Garage: with car in front
3/545/4 Wilson Arms Garage: with car in front
3/546/1 [1960] Milverton Farm. Village Taxi (Austin) outside outbuildings
3/546/2 [1960] Milverton Farm. Car (Rover?) at entrance to outbuildings
3/546/3 [1965] Jet Garage, Kenilworth Road
3/547/1 [1964] Ardenvale Coaches: Jack Partridge with a coach at PackwoodCoach chassis made by Albion.
3/547/2 [1964] Ardenvale Coaches: one of the coaches at Packwood House
3/547/3 [1964] Ardenvale Coaches: interior of 'Albion' coach
3/548/1 Cooper's Wheelwrights. Shows two wheels and man standing by
3/549/1 [1920] Wilson's Corner with Mr. Henry Wilson outsideBicycles just visible in window. Motor car round the corner in Station Road.
3/550/1 [1900] High St looking south. Greswolde Hotel left. Shops rightChester House further along left. Police notices on near side. Hanging signs on shops. Pedestrians in road. Tree in front of Greswolde. Colour.
3/551/1 [1900] High St looking north. Brisker's and Kingscote rightBrisker's shows extension shop front. Greswolde Arms in the distance. Lady with bicycle on pavement. Colour.
3/552/1 The Drum and Monkey, Four Ashes. Men with bicycles outside
3/553/1 [1952] Knowle Hall. Band in Scottish Dress performing in front
3/554/1 [1995] Dr. R.J. Bower outside the Berrow Homes
3/555/1 [1900] The Church and Guild House (as a shop)
3/556/1 The Forest Hotel, Dorridge (copied from 2/62/1)
3/557/1 [1917] Black Prince Memorial, Knowle Parish ChurchUnveiled by Lady Jellicoe May 17th 1917. Two photos as one.
3/557/2 Black Prince Memorial, Knowle Parish Church
3/558/1 Four girls
3/558/2 Lady (Mrs. King?) and child in garden(?) with table of toys
3/558/3 Four girls and two boys in a row, 'Ovaltini' style
3/558/4 Group of three boys and a girl
3/558/5 Lady with child on her lap
3/558/6 Two boys and a girl(?) in a garden
3/558/7 Group of five men
3/558/8 Group of eleven men/boys, some in Scout uniform.
3/558/9 Three boys in a row, 'Ovaltini' style
3/558/10 Canon Downing
3/558/11 Group of four men
3/558/12 Man playing piano accordian
3/558/13 Group of three young men
3/558/14 Lady and Gentleman photographed walking along
3/558/15 Family group, with man in World War 1 army uniform
3/558/16 Man in World War 1 army uniform
3/558/17 Man in Royal Navy uniform
3/558/18 Mam in World War 2 army uniform
3/558/19 Miss Gertie Hinks
3/558/20 Lady & Gentleman in fancy dress(Darby & Joan?) Second prize
3/558/21 Wedding group
3/558/22 Wedding photograph (bride and groom 'going away'?)
3/558/23 Wedding groupMan in white jacket is Reg Price. Lady behind him (right) is Mrs. Fred Church. Policeman is Sgt. Ashby.
3/558/24 [1934] Wedding group. Mary Curtis and James BurgoyneTaken on Greswolde Arms bowling green.
3/559/1 [1934] Wedding group. Mary Curtis and James BurgoyneTaken on Greswolde Arms bowling green.
3/560/1 Church interior: chancel, rood screen, Walter Cook's tomb
3/561/1 The church from the south
3/562/1 Packwood House
3/563/1 [1900] High St looking south. Greswolde Hotel left. Shops rightChester House further along left. Police notices on near side. Hanging signs on shops. Pedestrians in road. Tree in front of Greswolde. Colour.
3/564/1 Chester House as an antiques shopAlso shows Pauline's Florist's to the end of the Grewolde.
3/565/1 The Square from the southShows Maddocks to the church and the Berrow Homes left.
3/566/1 Bentley Heath School: Pupils with Mrs. Jordan
3/567/1 Miss Esther Horne, headmistress of Bentley Heath School
3/568/1 Church & Guild House. German gun on forecourt; Motor cycle
3/569/1 The White Swan and part of adj buildings each sideWhite Swan has timbers exposed.
3/570/1 Gasometer at the Forest Road/Station Road junction
3/571/1 Canon Downing
3/572/1 The Red Lion: old fire place in the public bar
3/573/1 The Guild House after restoration. German gun outside
3/574/1 Knowle Fire Brigade in the Red Lion yard
3/575/1 The Oddfellows' Procession
3/576/1 The Wilson Arms, showing the garage in the outbuildings
3/577/1 Miss Tangye's school at the Manor House: Games
3/578/1 The White Swan, with adjacent buildings each sideWhite Swan has timbers exposed. Also shows Windridge's and Maddocks.
3/579/1 Theatre groupShows Kath Whitfield, Leslie Mellor, Betty Mellor (nee Ash), Maurice Clutterbuck, Baron Ash, Marjorie Whitfield, Ethel Patterson (nee Watson), Eunice Mellor, Marjorie Hoskins (nee Mellor).
3/579/2 Theatre groupShows Maurice Clutterbuck, Leslie Mellor, Baron Ash, Marjorie Whitfield, Ethel Patterson, Eunice Mellor, Marjorie Hoskins.
3/580/1 Canon Downing
3/581/1 [1865] Church & Guild House by Allen Everitt. Stocks on forecourtDrawing by Allen Everitt (active 1840-1882). The Everitts of Knowle Hall belonged to another branch of the same family.
3/582/1 [1835] Church, north side. Shows vestry & east end with shrubsDrawing by ? Lines.
3/583/1 Church from north, showing vestryNo pinnacles on the nave. Other buildings at the west end. Drawing by H. (Hawley?) Lloyd.
3/584/1 [1822] Knowle Hall Drive
3/585/1 Old Knowle Hall: front
3/586/1 [1822] Old Knowle Hall: rear
3/587/1 [1850] Grimshaw Hall. From a watercolour by Allen G. Everitt
3/588/1 [1840] Four views of Knowle. From watercolour in the Guild HouseFrom a watercolour in the Guild House.
3/588/2 [1840] High St looking south. From water colour in the Guild HouseOld surgery garden to Chester House and shops beyond left. Cottages right. Church tower in background. Dog, man on horse and carriage in road.
3/588/3 [1840] The church from the south. From water colour in Guild HousePart of Guild House left.
3/588/4 [1840] High St. looking north. From water colour in Guild HouseCottage and Bank House(?) left. From near Kingscote to Greswolde right. Man driving sheep in road.
3/588/5 [1840] High St looking north from Lodge Rd corner.From water colourNorth end of High Street and Lodge Road corner. Cottages left. Rear of Knowle Lodge and outbuildings. Old surgery wall and Hampton Road corner just visible right. Pony and trap and pedestrians in road.
3/589/1 Canon Downing, Mrs Jackson, etc. on the steps of Springfield
3/590/1 Canon Downing at Middlefield. Others in attendanceOpening of the new extensions.
3/591/1 Ravenshaw Bridge
3/592/1 The Revd. James Sharp
3/593/1 The fields beyond Batts Hall
3/594/1 Cricket Club (not Knowle). Returned to donor
3/595/1 [1935] Mr. Eddie Wood in Junior Forester's sash
3/596/1 [1935] Mr. Eddie Wood in Junior Forester's sash
3/597/1 Bentley Farm, Mill Lane
3/598/1 Mr. Maurice Lowe on a water cart. Knowle or DorridgeTaken when the roads were being relaid.
3/599/1 Rural scene, somewhere in Knowle
3/600/1 Cottages
3/601/1 [1985] Paterson Court: residents' lounge
3/601/2 [1985] Paterson Court: entrance hall
3/601/3 [1985] Paterson Court: residents' lounge
3/601/4 [1985] Paterson Court: flat in the old school
3/601/5 [1985] Paterson Court: flat in the old school
3/601/6 [1985] Paterson Court: flat in the old school with original window
3/601/7 [1985] Paterson Court: flat in the old school with original window
3/602/1 [1985] Knowle Parish Church: Black Prince memorial tablet amd flag
3/603/1 [1985] Knowle Parish Church: Marston memorial window
3/604/1 [1985] Knowle Parish Church: Ludlow memorial window
3/605/1 [1985] Knowle Parish Church: Black Prince memorial tablet
3/606/1 [1985] Knowle Parish Church: Black Prince memorial flag
3/607/1 Mr. James Carrico in uniform of U.S. Medical Unit
3/608/1 Mr. James Carrico and friend in uniform of U.S. Medical Unit
3/609/1 German gun on Guild House forecourt
3/610/1 Barbara & Ivy Reader, evacuees billeted with Miss PhippsEvacuees in guide/brownie uniform.
3/611/1 Knowle/Dorridge Home Guard. Major Bullock at head
3/612/1 The Dial House, Heronfield. Scene of Home Guard activities
3/613/1 Salute the Soldier appeal in the Guild House forecourt
3/614/1 Bakelite Ltd Dispersal Establishment Laboratory, now NatWest
3/615/1 Knowle & Dorridge Home GuardWith Major Bullock, Sgt. Hollis, Cpl. Upton, Mr. Naylor, Mr. Anderson, Arthur Dukes, Ted Lingard, Mr. Toghill, Cpl. Hughes, John Statham.
3/616/1 Knowle & Dorridge Home Guard
3/617/1 The Home Guard. Victory parade in Poplar Rd, SolihullIn front of old Council House.
3/618/1 Solihull Fire Station
3/619/1 Miss Gertie Hinks in Women's Land Army Uniform
3/620/1 [1944] U. S. Army Medical Unit: Temporary H.Q. in Station Road
3/621/1 [1944] U. S. Army Medical Unit: baseball team
3/622/1 [1944] U. S. Army Medical Unit: baseball match at Washpits Far
3/623/1 [1944] Station Rd, with site of U.S. Army Medical Unit huts in 1944Station Rd looking towards Warwick Rd. Cottages left. United Reformed Church and site of U.S. Army Medical Unit huts right.
3/624/1 [1916] H.M.S. Black PrinceLost at Jutland 31 May 1916.
3/625/1 St. John Ambulance Brigade Cadet UnitWith Gerald Reynolds, Elwyn Powell, Chris Cassidy, Eddie Wood, Mr. J. Keen, John Fitter, Les Wilmot, Ray Morton, R. Blundell, Ray Hawkesford, Trevor Owen, Jim Richards, Gordon Lee.
3/626/1 [1985] Women's Institute Hall, Station Road
3/627/1 Lucy Clarke, Women's Land Army
3/628/1 Lucy Clarke, Women's Land Army
3/629/1 Mr. & Mrs. Harold Lyons. Mr. Lyons in 1914/18 army uniformWedding photograph.
3/630/1 Sgt. Major Albert Allen in 1914/18 war army uniform
3/631/1 [1941] Home Guard Football TeamWith Major Bullock, Arthur Houlston, Stan Webb, Charlie Ryder, Tony Barlow, Gordon Stubbs, Ted Lingard, Laurie Statham, Jack Slater, Alec Collow, Alf Pratt, John Curtis
3/632/1 [1945] V. E. Day party in Hampton Road
3/633/1 [1945] V. J. Day party in Hampton RoadWith Jimmy Freeman, Jean Church, Marjorie Freeman, Doris Douglas, Michael Bishop, Victor Sutton, Betty Church, June Lindon
3/634/1 [1918] Knowle & Dorridge Volunteer Training Corps Honours Board
3/635/1 [1945] Knowle Parish Church floodlit on V. E. Night
3/636/1 [1918] Card sent from the Front from Mr. Gimes to his wifeReads 'Souvenir of the Great War 1914 1915 1916 1917 1918'
3/636/2 Card sent from the Front from Mr. Gimes to his wifeReads 'To my dear wife from your loving husband'
3/636/3 [1917] Card sent from the Front from Mr. Gimes to his wifeReads 'Souvenir from France 1917. I'm thinking of you.'
3/636/4 Card sent from the Front from Mr. Gimes to his wifeEmbroidered with butterfly and reading 'To my dear wife'
3/636/5 [1918] Card sent from the Front from Mr. Gimes to his wifeEmbroidered with American and French flags, and reading 'Souvenir of France 1918'
3/636/6 [1914] Card sent from the Front from Mr. Gimes to his wifeFor Christmas 1914/15. Embroidered with Union Flag.
3/636/7 Card sent from the Front from Mr. Gimes to his wifeShows Union and Belgian flags. Reads 'Souvenir de Belgique'
3/636/8 Embroidered cushion. Scene of Arras
3/637/1 [1968] Remembrance Parade. Col. Paterson carrying wreath
3/637/2 [1968] Remembrance Parade. Scouts passing cenotaph outside church
3/638/1 Copy of photograph of Canon Downing with shell damageRecovered from the body of Harvey Watts (Canon Downing's ward), killed in action in the 1914/18 war.
3/639/1 [1921] Part of the Berrow Cottages Homes Trust DeedShows signature of H. E Major. Also those of S. L. Berrow, T. W. Downing and W. H. Lloyd.
3/639/2 [1904] Part of the Berrow Cottages Homes Trust DeedShows signatures of W. H. Lloyd and F. A. Chatwin. Also those of S. L. Berrow, T. H. G. Newton and T. W. Downing.
3/639/3 [1885] Part of the Berrow Cottages Homes Trust Deed. With land plan
3/639/4 [1885] Part of the Berrow Cottages Homes Trust Deed. With land planShows signature of Sarah Letticia Berrow.
3/639/5 [1885] Part of the Berrow Cottages Homes Trust Deed. With land planShows signatures of William Haughton Freer and Thomas Henry Freer.
3/639/6 [1885] Part of the Berrow Cottages Homes Trust Deed. With land planShows signatures of Thomas Henry Goodwin Newton and Canon John Howe.
3/640/1 [1880] Probate certificate for William Berrow. 29th July 1880
3/641/1 Church from south. Stowe House left, Berrow Homes right
3/642/1 The Square from the south.White Swan and adjacent buildings left. Maddocks to the Guild House right.
3/643/1 Milverton House (Warwick Road frontage)Shows house rendered and gables painted with false timbers. Also outbuildings on Warwick Road.
3/644/1 Church & Guild House as a shop. Berrow Homes wall right
3/645/1 [1817] Bowling Green (Berrow Homes Site) & surroundings on Enc. Map
3/646/1 The Square from the southWindridge's to the church left. Berrow Homes right.
3/647/1 [1986] 'The Laurels': No 12 Warwick New Road, Leamington SpaNear Guy's Cliffe Road. The Berrow family home in Milverton, Leamington.
3/648/1 [1986] The new Berrow Homes from the inner courtyardRear of adjacent building right.
3/649/1 [1986] Plaque commemmorating official opening of new Berrow HomesReads as follows:
'Berrow Cottage Homes. Built in the Queen's Jubilee Year. Opened on 16th April 1978 by The Right Reverend Hugh Montefiore. MA.BD. Lord Bishop of Birmingham.
3/650/1 [1986] New Berrow Homes: rear garden
3/651/1 [1986] Memorial plaque to William & Mary Jane Berrow, Berrow Homes
3/652/1 [1986] Knowle Parish Church. Sarah Letticia Berrow memorial plaque
3/653/1 [1986] Berrow Homes: Clutton's Cottage from the churchyard
3/654/1 [1986] New Berrow Homes from Warwick Rd. Corner of old homes left
3/655/1 [1986] Milverton Crescent
3/656/1 [1986] Dykes Cottage (old cottage in front garden of 151 Station Rd
3/657/1 [1986] Berrow Homes: Victorian cottages, Warwick Road
3/658/1 [1986] Knowle Church. William & Mary Jane Berrow memorial plaque
3/659/1 [1886] Berrow Cottage Homes: Rules for InmatesDrawn up by Sarah Letticia Berrow.
3/660/1 [1975] The Berrow Homes allotments and Clutton's Cottage
3/661/1 [1968] Church from Berrow Homes courtyard
3/662/1 [1975] The Berrow Homes allotments. Kenilworth Road in background
3/663/1 [1975] Berrow Homes gardens. Milverton Crescent in background
3/664/1 [1975] Berrow Homes: gardens of Victorian cottagesLooking towards Milverton Crescent.
3/665/1 [1977] New Berrow Homes being builtClutton's Cottage left. Old school in background.
3/666/1 [1977] New Berrow Homes being builtTaken from the new courtyard with a glimpse of the old school in the background.
3/667/1 [1977] Corner of Wilson's Road and Warwick RoadThe Berrow Homes wall in process of rebuilding.
3/668/1 [1968] The old school from the Berrow Homes allotmentsEdge of Clutton's Cottage left.
3/668/2 [1986] The Berrow Homes: Victorian cottages, Warwick Road
3/669/1 [1890] The Revd. William C. R. Bedford
3/670/1 Canon John Howe
3/670/2 Mr. Hatton
3/670/3 Canon Downing
3/670/4 The Revd. James Sharp
3/670/5 Canon Foster
3/670/6 The Revd. James V. F. Rusher
3/670/7 The Revd. Stephen Seamer
3/670/8 The Revd. Andrew Dow
3/670/9 The Revd. Andrew Dow
3/670/10 [2003] The Revd. Michael Parker
3/670/11 [2003] The Revd. James Leach (Assistant Vicar)
3/670/12 [2003] The Revd. Sarah Tillett (Curate)
3/671/1 The Manor House School: The school room
3/671/2 The Manor House School: Games
3/671/3 The Manor House School: Transition Class - arithmetic
3/671/4 The Manor House School: Class I
3/671/5 The Manor House School: Lunch
3/672/1 [1943] Dr. Margaret RoweHe first came to Dorridge in 1931 from Northampton, where he had been Medical Superintendent at Creaton Sanatorium, and bought a share of Dr Hollick's practice in Dorridge. He rented 406 Station Road from Mr Sapey (who lived next door) from then until he
3/672/2 [1890] Dr. Walter Tait
3/672/3 [1866] Dr. Reginald Henry Foster
3/672/4 [1900] Dr. John Orton Hollick
3/672/5 [1942] Dr. Colin Milne
3/672/6 Dr. Jonathon Henry Kimbell
3/672/7 Dr. John Crossley
3/673/1 [1964] Blue Lake Cottages
3/673/2 [1964] Blue Lake Cottages
3/673/3 [1964] Blue Lake Cottages in process of demolition
3/673/4 [1964] Blue Lake Cottages: wattle and daub panel
3/674/1 [1403] Knowle Parish Church. Certificate of Consecration
3/675/1 [1200] Grant of Dower. William de Arden to Amice de TraciDeed grants Amice de Traci the Manor of Knowle in dower for life. The earliest known document relating to Knowle. Tranlation.
3/676/1 King Edward I
3/677/1 King Richard II
3/678/1 King Henry IV
3/679/1 King Henry V
3/680/1 King Henry VI
3/681/1 King Henry VIII
3/682/1 King Edwar VI
3/683/1 Queen Mary Tudor
3/684/1 Queen Elizabeth I
3/685/1 Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester
3/686/1 King James I
3/687/1 [1927] King George V, Queen Mary, Duke of Windsor & Princess Royal
3/688/1 [1927] Queen Mary on a visit to Knowle and Packwood
3/689/1 [1927] Queen Mary driving through Knowle
3/689/2 King William I's coronation (painted for Edward IV)From 'The Royal Line of Succession'
3/689/3 King John (downloaded from the Internet)
3/689/4 King Edward I (downloaded from the Internet)
3/689/5 Queen Eleanor of Castille (tombstone in Westminster Abbey)
3/690/1 [1891] High St. looking north. Right: Curtis's to Chester HouseCurtis's as a private house. Kingscote with a shop window. Mrs. Jacques and companion on pavement. End of Victorian cottages on left. Photograph of painting by Mrs. Barbara Butcher of original photograph.
3/690/2 [1900] High St looking northChester House to Greswolde Hotel right. Near No. 1644 to the bend left. Children. Photograph of painting by Mrs. Barbara Butcher of original photograph.
3/690/3 [1891] High St looking southRight: Black and white cottages in foreground; Bank House and beyond to White Swan in distance.
Left: Part of Chester House in foreground; cottages adjacent; Curtis's in background.
Children on pavement.
Photograph of painting by Mrs. Barbara Butcher o
3/690/4 [1891] The White Swan (timbers exposed) and the Red LionPedestrians.
Photograph of painting by Mrs. Barbara Butcher of original photograph.
3/690/5 The Olde HouseShows the building as a private house with a small fence in front.
Photograph of painting by Mrs. Barbara Butcher of original photograph.
3/690/6 [1890] Grimshaw Hall, from painting by Mrs. Barbara ButcherPhotograph of painting by Mrs. Barbara Butcher of original photograph.
3/690/7 The Square from the southShows Maddocks as a private house, Eric Lyons butcher's shop and the Glover family home.
Photograph of painting by Mrs. Barbara Butcher of original photograph.
3/691/1 [1968] Mr. Horace Everitt
3/691/2 [1968] Mr. Horace Everitt
3/692/1 [1916] North Warwicks. War Work Depot at Copt Heath Golf ClubThe old club house.
3/693/1 Browns Lane/Widney Road juction
3/694/1 Fetherstone Grange, Glasshouse Lane, PackwoodFormerly known as Packwood Grange.
3/695/1 The Bell Inn, Packwood
3/696/1 [1987] Wilson Arms: Roof timbersPhotograph by Mr. Robert Vegnuti.
3/696/2 [1987] Wilson Arms: Roof timbers and wattle and daubPhotograph by Mr. Robert Vegnuti.
3/696/3 [1987] Wilson Arms: Roof timbers and wattle and daubPhotograph by Mr. Robert Vegnuti.
3/697/1 Knowle Church: Soldiers' Chapel (3 photos in one frame)1. Front pews and altar, showing decoration on west wall.
2. Screen and crucifix from north transept.
3. Front pews and altar, showing north and east windows and decoration on wall.
3/698/1 Blue Lake Farm. See also 3/698/2-15 & 3/699/1
3/698/2 Blue Lake Farm (outbuilding)(milking parlour?)
3/698/3 Blue Lake Farm (interior of milking parlour)
3/698/4 Blue Lake Farm (interior of milking parlour)
3/698/5 Blue Lake Farm (interior of milking parlour)
3/698/6 Blue Lake Farm (outbuildings and hayrick)
3/698/7 Blue Lake Farm (outbuildings and house in background)
3/698/8 Blue Lake Farm (outbuilding and cattle under tree)
3/698/9 Blue Lake Farm (outbuilding and cattle under tree)
3/698/10 Blue Lake Farm (cattle in paddock in front of house)
3/698/11 Blue Lake Farm (paddock with house and outbuildings behind)
3/698/12 Blue Lake Farm (Mr. Scriven with cow)
3/698/13 Blue Lake Farm (house with trees in front)
3/698/14 Blue Lake Farm (cows in field with house & builings behind)
3/698/15 Blue Lake Farm (close up of cow)
3/699/1 Blue Lake Farm (house and front garden from the gate)
3/700/1 Cleeve Court, Grove Road
3/701/1 Dykes family. Wedding D. Hines to D. Green. Shows R. Green
3/702/1 Dykes Cottage, Station Road. (in garden of No. 151)
3/703/1 Mr. & Mrs. Dykes and son Jack
3/704/1 Wilsons Row
3/705/1 Mrs. Margaret Thatcher opening Knowle Infants' SchoolDuplicate of 3/705/3.
3/705/2 Mrs. Margaret Thatcher opening Knowle Infants' SchoolShows Mrs. Thatcher as Secretary of State for Education and Science with Georgina Elliott, Linsey Weames and Dawn Stanley.
3/705/3 Mrs. Margaret Thatcher opening Knowle Infants' SchoolShows Mrs. Thatcher as Secretary of State for Education and Science with Dawn Stanley, Linsey Weames and Georgina Elliott. Also shows Lady Mayoress(?) and others in background.
3/706/1 Model of Grimshaw Hall. Shows frontage with timbers exposed
3/707/1 [1920] Wilsons Corner
3/708/1 Church interior from west door. Shows font in centre aisle
3/709/1 The Red Lion and The White SwanShows Red Lion rendered. White Swan with timbers exposed and 'Leamington Ales' notice on front. Shop (now Lyons) between the two inns. Berrow Homes far left. Motor car outside Red Lion.
3/710/1 The church (floodlit)
3/711/1 Knowle Bowling ClubIncludes: Jim Bosley, Henry Baulcombe, Billy Godson, Harry Hicken, Arthur Curtis, ? Baulcombe, Bert Reeves, Cliff Groves, Chris Hammond, Harvey Roberts, George Hicklin, Mr. Clarke, Bert Court, Jack Gimes, Billy Cresswell, Ernie Court; Fred Curtis, Phil
3/712/1 [1935] Knowle Infants' School GroupShows Billy Grimmett, Dorothy Cook, Joyce Halford, Geoff Scriven, Gordon Chambers, Bobby Allen, Fran Allen, Alan (or Eric) Grosvenor, Kathleen Cross, Olive James, Eddie Wood, Bob Whitlock, Frank Pratt, Dorothy Freeman, Dorothy James, Joyce Billson, Betty
3/713/1 Longdon Road (Waste Lane) looking towards Lodge RoadShows roadside trees.
3/714/1 Warwick Castle: The Ghost Room (Fulke Greville's Study)
3/715/1 Queen Eleanor sucking the poison from Edward I's arm at AcreCopied from the painting reproduced as the cover photo on the Journal of the Medical Defence Union Vol 5, Spring 1989 ISSN 0952-9934
3/716/1 [1928] Knowle Cricket ClubBack row left to right:
Dennis Clews, Harry Workman, Frank Glover (Sec.), Bill Aucote, Ernest Endall (from Solihull), Syd Jessop.
Front row, left to right:
Sam Snow, Dennis Harper, Ernest Neale, Fred Peach, Harry Merry, Jack Harper
Mounted on card.
3/717/1 Knowle School GroupShows Teresa Court, Doris Phillips, Betty Court and others.
Mounted on card.
3/718/1 Knowle School GroupShows George Bayliss, Fred Billingsley, Arthur Burton, Mary Smitten, Gladys Hicken, Nellie Cleverley, Charles Lane, Kathleen Clarke, Jessie Harding, Albert Billingsley, Gertie Hinks, Elsie Smitten, Marie Lane, Audrey Harding and others.
Mounted on card.
3/719/1 [1900] Mr. Peach in (Boer War) army uniform
3/720/1 [1900] Group of soldiers (inc. Mr. Peach) in Boer War army uniform
3/721/1 [1900] Group of soldiers (inc. Mr. Peach) in Boer War army kit
3/722/1 Knowle School Class II
3/723/1 Knowle Infants School (Class I?)
3/724/1 Knowle Infants School Class Ia
3/725/1 Knowle Old Boys Football ClubBack row, left to right:
Walter Davey, Jim Davey, Frank Glover, Fred Wilcox
Middle row, left to right:
Sid Gardner, Fred Church
Front row, second from left: George Statham
and others.
3/726/1 [1900] Knowle School GroupAddressed to Mrs. Harper of Hampton in Arden, from 'Alan'.
Postmark illegible, but apparently c. 1900.
3/727/1 [1914] Mr. Bird (headmaster of Knowle School) in army uniform
3/728/1 Mr. Horace Everitt and the former Miss Patricia JeffersonWedding photo.
3/728/2 The former Miss Adelaide Everitt and The Hon Parker
3/729/1 The Red Cross at Springfield House School
3/729/2 The Red Cross at Springfield House School
3/729/3 The Red Cross at Springfield House School
3/729/4 The Red Cross at Springfield House School
3/729/5 The Red Cross at Springfield House School
3/729/6 The Red Cross at Springfield House School
3/729/7 The Red Cross at Springfield House School
3/729/8 The Red Cross at Springfield House School
3/729/9 The Red Cross at Springfield House School
3/730/1 [1963] Church & Guild House in the snow (from Kenilworth Road)Photo: Dr. R. J. Bower
3/731/1 The White Swan & The Red Lion. Motor car outside Red LionWhite Swan with timbers exposed. Red Lion rendered. Lyons butcher's shop with sunblind. Berrow Homes far left.
3/732/1 [1904] The White Swan & The Red Lion. PedestriansWhite Swan with timbering exposed. Red Lion rendered. Pedestrians in road, one on crutches.
Christmas postcard addressed to Miss Davey from Lizzie Harrison and postmarked 1904.
3/733/1 [1920] Wilson's Corner. Cycle shop. Cottages beyond. TricycleShows Wilson's Corner after first restoration. Cycles visible in Wilson's Cycle Shop window. Tricycle outside one of cottages thought to belong to Mr. Willcox. Church & Guild House in distance.
3/734/1 [1920] Cycling home from BerkswellShows about nine people cycling along a country road.
3/735/1 Group of people, including Canon Downing
3/736/1 Group of peopleIncludes Eva Wootton, The Revd. & Mrs. Sharp, Gertie Hinks, Dorothy Glover, Miss Phipps and Mrs. Henry.
3/737/1 Group of peopleIncludes Eva Wootton, The Revd. & Mrs. Sharp, Gertie Hinks, Dorothy Glover, Miss Phipps and Mrs. Henry.
3/738/1 [1900] The Church ChoirThe Revd. James Hatton in centre with mortar board. Mr. Lees (schoolmaster) on right. Also shows Harry Glover.
3/739/1 Mrs. Sidney EverittWife of Major Everitt, later Mrs. Paxton. Seen here in the dress in which she was presented at Court.
3/739/2 Mrs. Sidney EverittMounted.
3/739/3 Mrs. Sidney Everitt, with her children (Horace and Adelaide)
3/740/1 [1920] Knowle Old Boys Football Team (2nd Eleven)Shows Walter Davey, Jim Phillips, Harry Peach, Dennis Harper and others. With Canon Downing. Framed.
3/741/1 [1913] Knowle Old Boys Football Team
3/742/1 Cricket team
3/743/1 Cricket teamShows Mr. Munro, Mr. Marston (of Parkfield), Dr. Whatley, Mr. Merry and others.
3/744/1 [1910] Cricket team
3/745/1 [1928] Knowle Cricket ClubShows Harry Cleverley, Harry Workman, Frank Glover, Bill Aucote, Sam Snow, Dennis Harper, Harry Peach, Jack Harper and others. Mounted.
3/746/1 Knowle School Group. School building in backgroundShows teachers Ethel Tracey (left) and Miss Davis, later Mrs. Faulkener (right). Centre row: tallest girl is Maria Heapy. Mounted.
3/747/1 Knowle School Group. East end of church in background
3/748/1 Framed portrait of unknown lady. Glover family?
3/749/1 Two photos in one frame. Glover family?One photo of a lady, the other of a gentleman.
3/750/1 Wedding group. Glover family?Framed.
3/751/1 Group of men. No other details known. Mounted
3/752/1 Group of men. No other details known. Mounted
3/753/1 [1914] Army group (inc. Charlie Willcox) in uniform
3/754/1 Portrait of man. Charlie Willcox? Mounted
3/755/1 Group of three boys. Charlie Willcox standing on leftMounted.
3/756/1 Family Group. Man, woman & two children. Willcox family?
3/757/1 [1913] Two portraits of Charlie Willcox in one mount
3/757/2 Army Group. Includes Charles Edward Willcox. Mounted
3/757/3 [1914] Charlie Willcox in army uniform in the garden at Kingscote
3/758/1 Sunnymount, Kenilworth Road: The Front
3/758/2 Sunnymount, Kenilworth Road: The Hall
3/758/3 Sunnymount, Kenilworth Road: The Drawing Room
3/758/4 Sunnymount, Kenilworth Road: Close up of house from garden
3/758/5 Sunnymount, Kenilworth Road: the house from the garden
3/759/1 Golden End House, Kenilworth Road. Shows mock timbering
3/760/1 House in Jacobean Lane
3/761/1 'Dunster', Jacobean Lane
3/762/1 Poultry Farm, Widney Road
3/763/1 Hill Farm Cottage, Chadwick End
3/764/1 Yew Tree Farm, Arbour Tree Lane
3/765/1 The Manor House (Drawing Room)
3/766/1 Kingscote: Mrs. King and a child in the Garden. Mounted
3/766/2 Kingscote: Mrs. King and a child in the Garden. Mounted
3/766/3 Kingscote: Mrs. King and a child in the Garden. Mounted
3/766/4 Kingscote: Mrs. King and a child in the Garden. Mounted
3/766/5 Kingscote: Mrs. King in the garden. MountedChurch in background.
3/766/6 Kingscote: Three people in the garden. Mounted
3/766/7 [1900] Kingscote: Mrs. King with Charlie Willcox in the Garden. MountedChild is Charles Edward Willcox, Mrs. King's grandson. Church tower in background.
3/767/1 [1952] The Manor House (front) (from 1952 sale brochure)
3/768/1 Longdon Hall
3/769/1 Norton Green Farm: The Farmhouse
3/769/2 Norton Green Farm: Outbuildings
3/769/3 Norton Green Farm: The Hall
3/769/4 Norton Green Farm: The Drawing Room?
3/770/1 Henwood Hall Farm. Mrs. Davy's car outside
3/771/1 Widney Cottage
3/771/2 Copt Heath Golf Club House
3/772/1 The Clough: Front
3/772/2 The Clough: Rear
3/772/3 The Clough: Drawing Room?
3/773/1 54, Lady Byron Lane: Front
3/773/2 54, Lady Byron Lane: Front
3/773/3 54, Lady Byron Lane: Rear
3/773/4 54, Lady Byron Lane: Drawing Room?
3/774/1 Ashdean: The Front
3/775/1 Paxcroft: From the rear garden
3/775/2 Paxcroft: The Drawing Room?
3/776/1 The Moat: The House (far view)
3/776/2 The Moat: The House (close up)
3/776/3 The Moat: The Hall
3/776/4 The Moat: The Music Room / The drawing Room?
3/776/5 The Moat: The Dining Room?
3/777/1 Packwood Grange: The House (far view)
3/777/2 Packwood Grange: The House (close up)
3/777/3 Packwood Grange: Dining Room?
3/777/4 Packwood Grange: The Garden, showing the conservatory
3/778/1 Manor Farm, Chadwick Lane
3/778/2 Manor Farm, Chadwick Lane
3/778/3 Manor Farm, Chadwick Lane
3/779/1 [1912] Springfield House: the entrance hall
3/779/2 [1912] Springfield House: the entrance hall
3/779/3 [1912] Springfield House: the ballroom/music room
3/779/4 [1912] Springfield House: front entrance looking towards Barston
3/779/5 [1912] Springfield House: the main entrance
3/779/6 [1912] Springfield House: the stable block
3/780/1 Group of Girl GuidesShows Hilda West and others.
3/780/2 [1929] Knowle RangersShows Eva Wootton, Kath Bayliss, Hilda West and others.
3/780/3 Group of Girl Guides
3/780/4 1st Knowle Girl Guides: Blackbird PatrolShows Ivy Edgington, Margaret Griffith, Hilda West, Mabel Freeman, Edith Cooper.
3/781/1 'Salute the Soldier' poster made by Mr. Percy Cox
3/782/1 Milverton Crescent
3/782/2 Milverton Crescent
3/782/3 Milverton Crescent
3/783/1 Group of Girl GuidesShows Eva Wootton, Mercia Monk, Miss Robinson and others.
3/784/1 Birmingham Road. Spinney left, cottages rightSpinney on left.
3/785/1 Knowle Village Cricket Club, Hampton RoadBack row, left to right: Norman Walton, Harold Brabham,
Jim Austin, Frank Coombs, Phil Austin, Les Gallett,
Nick Brabham, Don Eastham, Frank Lewis (umpire)
Front row, left to right: Jim Marshall, Tick Reynolds,
Mrs. F. Coombs (scorer), Jack Clarke, John B
3/785/2 Knowle Village Cricket Club: Frank Lewis, umpire & groundsman
3/785/3 Knowle Village Cricket Club, Hampton RoadBack row, left to right standing: Jim Powell, Ian Gregory, Alan Griffiths, Roy Donner.
Centre row, left to right: Richard Lewis, Frank Clipson, George Reynolds.
Front row, left to right: Chris Neilson, Phil Austin,
Tich Reynolds, Jim Austin, Jim Clipson.
3/785/4 Knowle Village Cricket Club, Hampton RoadBack row, left to right: Mrs. F. Lewis, George Reynolds, Frank Lewis, Mike Price, Acton Jnr., Norman Acton,
Ron Forward, Brian Lewis, Tim Reynolds, Mrs. B. Lewis.
Centre row: Jim Austin, Norman Walton, Harold Brabham,
Phil Austin, Roy Donner
Front row: Fr
3/785/5 Knowle Village Cricket Club, Hampton RoadBack row, left to right: George Reynolds, ??,
David Higgins.
Centre, left to right: Eddie Casewell, Roy Donner, Alan Griffiths, Frank Lewis
Front row, left to right: Jim Austin, ??, Tich Reynolds, Kendall Adie, Jimmy Clipson
3/786/1 Knowle Football Club, Hampton RoadBack row, left to right: Albert Aucote, Glendall, ??, ??, Brian Lewis, Tich Reynolds, Bill Aucote.
Front row sitting, left to right: ??, Hancox, Jack Woolman, ??, ??
3/787/1 Dell Farm
3/787/2 Dell Farm
3/787/3 Dell Farm
3/788/1 The Foresters' procession at Dorridge
3/789/1 [1990] Aerial view of central KnowleApproach to Knowle from Stripes Hill. Milverton Road left. Station Road/High Street junction centre. High Street wending through Knowle. Fields at the top of Stripes Hill right, showing possible remain of ridge and furrow. Kenilworth Road and the chur
3/790/1 Knowle Football ClubShows Albert Aucote (standing, extreme left), Bill Aucote (standing, extreme right), Bill Peach (centre, with ball) and others.
3/790/2 Group of people in front of J G Grove & Son, DorridgeLocation adjacent to Dorridge Station, at rear of present station car park.
3/790/3 [1935] House. Delivery van marked W H Davies, Bentley Heath outsideAlso marked The Mill Dairy. Van has union flag fixed t the front.
3/790/4 Chessetts Wood Stores. Lady at gate. Bicycle in front
3/790/5 Packwood Towers
3/790/6 Hockley Heath Post Office
3/790/7 Hockley Heath Post Office
3/790/8 Ayslesbury Road, Hockley Heath
3/790/9 Lapworth Church: Interior
3/790/10 Lapworth Church: The Lady Chapel
3/790/11 Old Lane, Lapworth
3/791/1 [1947] Knowle Youth Club
3/791/2 [1948] Knowle Youth Club at Solihull Carnival ('Youth and Age')
3/791/3 [1948] Knowle Youth Club at Solihull Carnival ('Youth and Age')
3/792/1 Tilehouse Green FarmNote re Knights family on reverse.
3/792/2 Tilehouse Green Farm. Laser copy of 3/792/1Laser copy of 3/792/1.
3/792/3 Tilehouse Green Farm. Copy of 3/792/1Laser copy of 3/792/1.
3/793/1 [1946] Lansdowne: the house from the garden
3/793/2 [1946] Lansdowne: the lounge hall
3/793/3 [1946] Lansdowne: the lounge
3/793/4 [1946] Lansdowne: the principal bedroom suite
3/793/5 [1946] Lansdowne: the garden
3/794/1 Home Farm: the bull
3/795/1 Home Farm: corn circle
3/796/1 Home Farm: the farmhouse
3/797/1 Alfred Davy at Home Farm. With two dogs
3/798/1 Home Farm: corn circle
3/799/1 Home Farm: harvestingUse Neg. No. 4/231/11a
3/800/1 Home Farm: stooksUse Neg. No. 4/231/12a
3/801/1 Home Farm: a child (Joyce Davy?) with a calfUse Neg. No. 4/231/14a
3/802/1 [1950] Alfred Davy on a tractor at Home Farm
3/803/1 Elvers Green Farm: firemen attending at arson attackMay be 1974 (newspaper cutting re other arson attacks have this date)
3/803/2 Elvers Green Farm: arson attack. Mr. Furlong and a fireman
3/804/1 Kixley Farm from the drive (before alterations)
3/804/2 Kixley Farm from the drive (post alterations)
3/804/3 Kixley Farm: close up of house
3/805/1 [1980] Cuttlepool Farm: the farmhouse from the garden
3/805/2 [1980] Cuttlepool Farm: the farm fields
3/805/3 [1980] Cuttlepool Farm: the farm fields
3/805/4 [1980] Cuttlepool Farm: the farmhouse from the drive
3/805/5 [1980] Cuttlepool Farm: the farmhouse from the garden
3/805/6 [1980] Cuttlepool Farm: cattle in the fields
3/805/7 [1980] Cuttlepool Farm: the barn
3/806/1 [1985] Cuttlepool Farm: the farmhouse from the drive
3/807/1 Cuttlepool Farm: the farmhouse
3/808/1 The Master's House, Temple Balsall: recording 'The Archers'At a village fete. Shows (left to right): John & Kay Dunkerley, Tony Shrine, The Revd. Ernest Palmer, 'Tom Forrest' (standing at table), Geoffrey Burman (standing), Hugh Worthington, Mrs. Palmer.
3/809/1 Cuttlepool Farm: the farm from the fields
3/809/2 Cuttlepool Farm: the farm from the fields
3/809/3 Cuttlepool Farm: the farmhouse
3/809/4 Cuttlepool Farm: cattle in the fields
3/809/5 Cuttlepool Farm: the barns
3/809/6 Cuttlepool Farm: the farmhouse and the barns
3/809/7 Cuttlepool Farm: the farmhouse from the garden
3/810/1 Waterfield Farm: Clare Burman with a lamb
3/810/2 Waterfield Farm: Mr. Geoffrey Burman with a cow and calf
3/810/3 Waterfield Farm: Sheep feeding
3/810/4 Waterfield Farm: Sheep feeding
3/810/5 [1950] Waterfield Farm: Harry Rose (shepherd) with new born lamb
3/811/1 [1950] Looking across to Widney Manor Road (before M42)
3/811/2 [1950] Looking across to Widney Manor Road (before M42)
3/811/3 Hayricks at L E Evans farm, Big Bentley alongside Smiths Lane
3/811/4 [1949] Kale crop at Little Bentley Farm 1949
3/811/5 [1950] Astons Wood, Copt Heath
3/812/1 [1945] Celebrating VE night - Bonfire built on Front MeadowShows Jack Tucker, Mr & Mrs Bill Mace & Miss Moore.
3/813/1 Grove Farm, Grove Road - Tractor and farm workersShows Len Cotterell, Lloyd, F Brazier & Joe.
3/813/2 Grove Farm, Grove Road - Hay cart
3/813/3 Grove Farm, Grove Road - Buildings
3/813/4 Grove Farm, Grove Road - Tractor and farm workers
3/813/5 Grove Farm - from Grove Road
3/813/6 Grove Farm, Grove Road - Hay cart and barns
3/814/1 The Olde House (Phillips/Bonhams)
3/815/1 Mr Norman with his horse drawn farm machine
3/816/1 [1900] Landers' Butcher's Shop. Horse and cart. Advert for LidgateUse Neg. No. 4/231/3A
3/817/1 [1910] High St. looking south. Chester Ho. to Arden Ho. InstituteLeft: close up of Chester House(rendered), Kimbell's grocery shop beyond, Arden House in far distance.
Right: Men's Institute. Sepia.
3/818/1 Washpits Farm
3/819/1 Washpits Farm
3/820/1 [1970] Washpits Farm. Painting by Eva Wootton
3/821/1 Washpits Farm Rickyard. Painting by Eva Wootton
3/822/1 Washpits Farm fields. Painting by Eva WoottonNow St. Lawrence Close.
3/823/1 [1951] View from left side of Elvers Green Lane
3/824/1 Framed photo of Canon Downing opening new extension to Middlefield Hospital
3/825/1 [1910] The canal. Shows barges moored near bridge (Kixley Lane?)
3/826/1 Knowle locks, looking from bottom towards Stripes Hill
3/827/1 Five views of KnowleThe Guild House; the canal wharf at Kenilworth Road; High Street looking south (Chester House left); Knowle church; The Wilson Arms showing Bass sign.
3/828/1 Colour postcard of The SquareWool and Card Shop in foreground . Donated by Miss E McGregor.
3/829/1 Postcard of Chester House4 copies. Also showing Knowle Sale Room.
3/830/1 Postcard of High Street Showing Greswolde Hotel, Chester House as an antiques shop & Knowle Library.
3/831/1 Greswolde Hotel3 copies. Also K Greenway shop.
3/832/1 Inside view of Coles NewsagentsMrs Cole and Gladys Pettit.
3/833/1 3 photos of Kixley Farm
3/834/1 [1894] 3 copies of painting of High Street looking southShows Church and Chester House. Painting belongs to Ivy Chamberlain.
3/835/1 [1894] Copy of painting of Wilson Arms
3/837/1 Warwick Castle Apartments and Caesar's Tower
3/838/1 Mrs Cole(right) - Owner of Coles Newsagents
3/839/1 Mr Sands of Kixley Farm on bridge
3/839/2 Mr Sands of Kixley Farm with lambs
3/839/3 Mr Sands of Kixley Farm with donkeys
3/840/1 [1894] High Street from painting
3/840/2 [1894] Wilson Arms from painting
3/841/1 Memorial bronze to Walter Cook in Knowle Parish Church
3/842/1 Wooden chest
3/843/1 Church interior from west door
3/844/1 Church interior from west door showing font in foregroundMounted on card.
3/845/1 Church tower and Guild House
3/846/1 Grimshaw Hall (front)
3/846/2 Grimshaw Hall (rear)
3/847/1 [1900] The Square showing Red Lion and White SwanMounted on firm card.
3/848/1 [1900] The Red Lion Sign Says 'The Red Lion, G Blakemore, Posting House'. Men, boys and policemen in foreground. Mounted on firm card.
3/849/1 [1900] Knowle School Class IV
3/850/1 Magazine picture of painting showing Queen Eleanor - Country Life Dec 1993
3/851/1 Knowle locks looking towards Stripes Hill
3/851/2 Knowle locks. Stripes Hill in background
3/851/3 Knowle locks. Stripes Hill in background
3/851/4 Knowle locks. Stripes Hill in background
3/852/1 Knowle Parish Church: Lion and UnicornPhotocopy from Batsford's 'English Church Craftsmanship' 1941, showing the Lion and Unicorn originally from Knowle Parish Church before their theft in the 1990's.
3/853/1 [1900] High Street showing Curtis Cottage2 copies.
3/854/1 The Square from the southStowe House as a guest house and adjacent cottages left; chemists to Guild House (restored) centre; Berrow Homes wall. Original water colour (framed).
3/855/1 [1991] Chester House: Knot Garden
3/856/1 Elm Avenue, Copt Heath
3/857/1 Jobs Close Park looking towards Nature Reserve
3/857/2 Jobs Close Park Childrens' Playground (big slide)
3/857/3 Jobs Close Park pond
3/858/1 Wrenson's Corner
3/858/2 Wrenson's Corner
3/858/3 [1984] Cottages in Kenilworth Road
3/858/4 [1983] Kenilworth Road weighbridge
3/859/1 Photograph album compiled by Eva WoottonIncludes many photographs of the church, High Street, etc., with notes by Miss Wootton, including useful dates. Some duplicates of earlier accessions in Wootton collection.
3/860/1 [1930] The Church and Guild House, with German gunPhotograph taken and dated by Eva Wootton.
3/862/1 [1941] The Guild House in the snow (side elevation)
3/863/1 [1921] The Soldiers' Chapel screen
3/864/1 [1921] Soldiers' Chapel, with cross from grave of Harvey WattsShows altar, east window and Flanders cross from the grave of Harvey Watts.
3/865/1 [1930] The Church and Guild House, with German gunAlso shows Monastery House. Snow on roof. Photograph taken and dated by Eva Wootton.
3/866/1 [1924] High St. looking north, new bank in foregroundRight: old post office with old surgery in distance.
Left : Midland Bank and adjacent cottage.
Dated by Eva Wootton.
3/867/1 [1951] Longdon Hall (front)Photograph taken by Revd. Anthony Upton. Dated by Eva Wootton.
3/868/1 The Bank House as a private house
3/869/1 [1936] High Street looking north, with Briskers' frontage rightPhotograph taken by Miss Mary Adams. Dated by Eva Wootton.
3/870/1 [1936] High Street looking south. Misses Blundell's cottages rightPhotograph taken by Miss Mary Adams. Dated by Eva Wootton.
3/871/1 [1972] Church and Guild House, with motor car on Guild House frontShows Guild House after restoration and part of Monastery House. Motor car on Guild House front. Appears to be dated 1972 in Miss Wootton's album.
3/872/1 [1972] The Square from the church gate. Card shop with sun blindsShows Stowe House and adjacent cottages (now the card shop) with sun blinds. Milverton House in the distance. From the collection of Miss Hancox.
3/873/1 Artillery Cottages
3/874/1 Ice House behind Dell Farm
3/875/1 [1904] Bridge over the River Blythe, Springfield HouseFrom 1904 sale brochure.
3/876/1 Dorridge Grove: The Hall
3/876/2 Dorridge Grove: The Dining Room
3/876/3 Dorridge Grove: The Garden
3/877/1 [1973] Knowle Precinct
3/878/1 Knowle Carnival. Horse drawn carriage at Wilson Arms corner
3/878/2 Knowle Carnival. Horse drawn vehicle at Wilson Arms corner
3/878/3 Knowle Carnival. Motor-drawn floats at Wilson Arms corner
3/878/4 Knowle Carnival. Motor float at Wilson Arms corner
3/878/5 Knowle Carnival. Motor float
3/878/6 Knowle Carnival. Motor float
3/878/7 Knowle Carnival. Motor float
3/878/8 Knowle Carnival. Motor float
3/878/9 Knowle Carnival. Group of people. Motor float in background
3/879/1 Mr. Bernard Hawkins (window cleaner)with his ladder
3/880/1 Class at Knowle School(?)
3/881/1 [1957] Knowle Parochial Mixed School panoramic group. Left side
3/881/2 [1957] Knowle Parochial Mixed School panoramic group. Right side
3/882/1 [1798] Poster re raising of troop of horse. Includes list of namesCopied from Pemberton's History of Solihull and Its Church.
Names mentioned: Joseph Harding, Thomas Chattock, Judd Harding, Joseph Weston, James Green, Joseph Cooke, Thomas Thompson, John Clarke, William Dawes, Thomas Compton, Thomas Adrian Jnr., Joseph C
3/883/1 [1963] British Legion DinnerShows Mr. Everitt, Canon Foster, Dr. Bower, Mr. Moulston and others.
3/884/1 [1942] Mrs. Myfanwy Parsons (nee Hotchkiss) in Wren's uniform
3/885/1 [1944] Lt. R.J. Bower RAMC in Burma16 Column, 10th Beds & Herts. In borrowed pack!
3/886/1 [1944] Flight Lt. John Whiteley
3/887/1 Clive Pitt, Jim Mills and George Burton in army uniform
3/888/1 Bob Pitt in Royal Navy uniform
3/889/1 Alf Collier in army uniform
3/890/1 Bill Boggis in army uniform
3/891/1 [1944] Cherry Curtis in WRAC uniform
3/892/1 [1942] George Curtis on leave in Cairo
3/893/1 School Group
3/894/1 Five people skating on fish pond at SpringfieldLocation is the fish pond at Temple Balsall on the Springfield Estate. Identity of skaters not known.
3/894/2 Skating on the fish pond at Springfield
3/895/1 [1951] Miss Minnie Elizabeth Scragg on board ship at Swanage
3/896/1 [1955] Miss Minnie Elizabeth Scragg at Westgate on Sea
3/897/1 [1949] Mr. R. L. Danks' staff outside his grocer's shop
3/898/1 [1947] The County Club High Street (old Congregational Chapel)Marked 'Prop. C. J. Walls 1947' on rear.
3/899/1 [1945] The Church, floodlit on V. E. Night
3/900/1 [1955] Maddocks Newsagents (side elevation)
3/901/1 Group of people in the function room of the Red Lion
3/902/1 Group of people at Middlefield
3/903/1 (Manor House?)School Group, showing Mr. H. G. Everitt
3/904/1 Memorial bronze to Walter Cook, Knowle Parish Church
3/905/1 [1648] Part of map of Warwickshire by Johan BlaeuShows River Blythe encircling Knowle.
3/906/1 [1537] Westminster Abbey c. 1537 (conjectural)
3/907/1 Rome
3/908/1 Ravenstone Church
3/909/1 Lichfield Cathedral
3/910/1 York Minster
3/911/1 Salisbury Cathedral
3/911/2 Salisbury Cathedral
3/911/3 Salisbury Cathedral
3/912/1 Chichester Cathedral
3/913/1 Wells Cathedral
3/914/1 Exeter Cathedral
3/914/2 Exeter Cathedral
3/914/3 Exeter Cathedral
3/914/4 Exeter Cathedral
3/915/1 [1927] Knowle Locks. Shows Pump House
3/916/1 [1927] Knowle Locks. Shows Pump House
3/917/1 [1927] Knowle Locks looking up the flight
3/918/1 [1918] Knowle Locks. Bottom Lock Cottage and Accommodation bridge
3/919/1 [1925] Knowle Locks. Shows Top Lock Cottage
3/920/1 The Black Boy Inn (canal frontage)and nearby bridge
3/921/1 [1935] Workmen who widened the locks. (At Hatton?)
3/922/1 Knowle Parochial School Group
3/923/1 Knowle Parochial School Group
3/924/1 Knowle Parochial School Group
3/925/1 Knowle Parochial School Group
3/926/1 Knowle Parochial School Group
3/927/1 Knowle Parochial School Group
3/928/1 Knowle Parochial School Group
3/929/1 Knowle Parochial School Group
3/930/1 Knowle Parochial School Group
3/931/1 Knowle Parochial School Group
3/932/1 The Elm Avenue, Copt Heath
3/933/1 Malthouse Row, Hampton Road
3/934/1 High Street looking northKingscote and the old post office right. Children on bicycles.
3/935/1 No. 30 Kenilworth Road
3/936/1 Drum & Monkey, Four Ashes. Men with bicycles outside
3/937/1 [1938] British Legion Church Parade. Group in Red Lion Upper Room
3/938/1 [1938] British Legion Church Parade. Group in Red Lion Upper Room
3/939/1 [1994] Job's close (greetings card from painting by C. Young)
3/940/1 [1860] Grimshaw Hall, from a painting by Maria Christopherson
3/941/1 [1860] Knowle Church (interior) from a painting by M Christopherson
3/948/1 [1924] Draining of Locks for maintenance and cleaningHarry Fitter on ladder, Jack Reynolds 3rd from right. Card mounted.
3/949/1 [1924] Draining of Locks for maintenance and cleaningJack Reynolds back row 3rd from left. Card mounted.
3/950/1 [1930] Locks before reconstruction 1930sCard mounted.
3/950/2 [1930] Locks during reconstruction 1930sCard mounted.
3/950/3 [1930] Locks after reconstruction1930sCard mounted.
3/951/1 [1936] Grand Union Canal Co boats Formax & Ra c.1936Card mounted.
3/952/1 Noky' Kent approaching Black Boy BridgeBarge is FMC motor boat towing a butty with forecabin. Card mounted.
3/953/1 Lock Keeper's Cottage
3/954/1 Lock Keeper's Cottage
3/955/1 [1952] Harry Fitter receiving prize
3/956/1 Harry Fitter sittting on one of the locks
3/957/1 A barge family. Thought to be Beattie.
3/958/1 Harry and Margaret Fitter
3/959/1 Group of men by locks
3/960/1 [1999] Henwood Bridge showing concrete structure
3/960/2 [1999] Henwood Mill House from footbridge
3/960/3 [1999] Copt Heath Wharf
3/960/4 [1999] Kixley Lane Bridge looking north
3/960/5 [1999] Lower exit of No 6 lock
3/960/6 [1999] From the bottom lock looking north
3/960/7 [1999] Re-building the old brickwork
3/960/8 [1999] Below Hampton Road Bridge looking south
3/960/9 [1999] Copt Heath Wharf from towpath looking north
3/960/10 [1999] Sheets of ice piling up 9 Feb 1999
3/960/11 [1999] Knowle bottom lock from east bank
3/960/12 [1999] Top lock and cottage
3/960/13 [1999] Kenilworth Road bridge and sign
3/960/14 [1999] Copt Heath Wharf sign on road bridge wall
3/960/15 [1999] Copt Heath Wharf from towpath looking north
3/960/16 [1999] Stephen Goldsbrough's boatyard
3/960/17 [1999] Stephen Goldsbrough's boatyard
3/960/18 [1999] Copt Heath Wharf from the bridge looking north
3/960/19 [1999] Hampton Road Bridge looking north
3/960/20 [1999] Copt Heath Wharf Waterside Cottage
3/960/21 [1999] The boatyard from the east bank
3/960/22 [1999] Knowle Hall Bridge, Kenilworth Road
3/960/23 [1999] Kixley Lane Bridge looking south
3/960/24 [1999] Underside of Kixley Lane Bridge
3/960/25 [1999] Kixley Lane Bridge from the road looking west
3/960/26 [1999] Three steps as shown in 1924 photo ref 3/948/1
3/960/27 [1999] Henwood Bridge looking north
3/960/28 [1999] Knowle Hall Wharf with sign
3/960/29 [1999] Footbridge over canal
3/960/30 [1999] Date stone showing 1913
3/961/1 [1999] Grove Farm Bridge showing farm, bridge and lake
3/961/2 [1999] Castle Bridge, north of Hampton Road
3/961/3 [1999] Iron footbridge showing 1913 date on pier
3/961/4 [1999] Bakers Lane bridge
3/961/5 [1999] Turnover Bridge
3/961/6 [1999] Rising Bridge, Lapworth
3/961/7 [1999] Canal at Black Boy Bridge
3/961/8 [1999] Black Boy Bridge
3/961/9 [1999] Grove Farm Bridge
3/961/10 [1999] Purnell's Brook ducted under canal
3/961/11 [1999] Iron footbridge steps down to footpath
3/961/12 [1999] Iron footbridge near Grimshaw Hall showing 1982 re-build
3/961/13 [1999] Iron footbridge showing old 1913 piers
3/961/14 [1999] Grove Farm Bridge
3/962/1 [1999] Warwick Road Bridge and Heron's Nest
3/963/1 [1999] Locks at Goldsbrough's yard
3/963/2 [1999] Kixley Lane Wharf, Hampton Road side
3/964/1 [1999] Heron's Nest
3/964/2 [1999] Kings Arms Bridge with engraving denoting rebuild in 1924
3/964/3 [1999] Black Boy from canal
3/964/4 [1999] Black Boy Chimney Sweep sign
3/964/5 [1999] Black Boy from rear
3/965/1 [1999] Top Lock Cottage
3/965/2 [1974] R Knight holding 1974 Lock and Bridge Competition certificate
3/965/3 [1991] R Knight holding 1991 Lock and Bridge Competition certificate
3/965/4 [1999] Old Top Lock House Blue bricks at base of greenery - all that remains.
3/966/1 [1993] The canal: Kenilworth Rd wharfPhoto by Alan Moore.
3/967/1 [1880] Part of Map of Locks 1880Shows 'coals' on opposite side to Wharf and former road from Kenilworth Road to Knowle Hall.
3/968/1 [1889] Part of OS map1889 showing Lime Kilns
3/969/1 [1988] Pole lowered into lime tunnelAlso showing Mr Cockayne, I Copt Heath Drive.
3/970/1 Kixley Lane bridgeFrom E F Wootton's book.
3/971/1 Heronfield BridgeUnder copyright wo Warwick County Record Office Ref CR367/129/23
3/972/1 [1953] Steam Dredger 'Alice' above Kenilworth Road BridgeDriver Mat Mortimer, Stoker Albert Smith.
3/972/2 [1953] Steam Dredger 'Alice' above Kenilworth Road BridgeDriver Mat Mortimer, Stoker Albert Smith.
3/973/1 Ice boat and 14 horsesNot taken in Knowle but similar would have been used.
3/974/1 [1999] Wild flowers around canals7 photos various sizes.
3/974/2 [1999] Wild flowers around canals6 photos various sizes.
3/975/1 [1999] Knowle Locks
3/976/1 River Blythe in flood
3/977/1 [1983] The Church and Guild House from the north
3/978/1 [1983] The Church from the south
3/979/1 [1983] The Church from the east
3/980/1 [1983] The Church, showing subway entrance and the Boswell tomb
3/981/1 [1860] The Church (interior), from a painting by Maria Christopherson
3/982/1 [1984] Christmas tree in The Square
3/983/1 [1979] Rear of 29-35 Kenilworth Road
3/984/1 [1860] From a painting of Grimshaw Hall before restoration
3/985/1 [1979] Rear of 29-35 Kenilworth Road
3/985/2 [1979] Kenilworth Road
3/986/1 [1979] Grimshaw HallPhoto of painting
3/987/1 [1967] Hickman's Farm, Baker's Lane
3/987/2 [1967] Chessetts Wood: The Canal at Chapel Lane
3/987/3 [1967] Darley Mill Pool
3/987/4 [1967] Burton's Cottage (Washpits Farm)
3/987/5 [1967] Packwood Tower
3/987/6 [1967] Packwood Barn
3/987/7 [1967] Four Ashes Farm
3/987/8 [1967] Dorridge School
3/987/9 [1967] Dorridge Church Hall, Poplar Road
3/987/10 [1967] St. Philip's Church, Dorridge
3/987/11 [1967] Carpenter's shop, Station Road, Dorridge
3/987/12 [1967] Dorridge: The Square
3/987/13 [1967] Dorridge: The Shopping Precinct (rear view)
3/987/14 [1967] Dorridge: Avenue Road Surgery
3/987/15 [1967] Dorridge: The Forest Hotel
3/987/16 [1967] Dorridge: The Station
3/987/17 [1967] Dorridge: The Woodlands, Dorridge Road
3/987/18 [1967] Dorridge: Ashley House, Knowle Wood Road
3/987/19 [1967] Dorridge: Car transport on the railway
3/987/20 [1967] Dorridge: The Shopping Precinct
3/987/21 [1967] Knowle & Dorridge Cricket Club
3/987/22 [1967] Dorridge Press. Ford Anglia car outside
3/987/23 [1967] Dorridge: Rodborough Road
3/987/24 [1967] Dorridge Methodist Church
3/988/1 [1954] St Anne's CottagePlus accompanying letter
3/988/2 [1954] St Anne's CottageShows 'Aunt Emmy'.
3/988/3 [1954] St Anne's CottageShows 'Aunt Emmy'
3/988/4 [1954] St Anne's CottageShows 'Aunt Emmy'
3/989/1 [1987] Wilsons Arms from NorthColour
3/990/1 [1987] Verger's HouseColour
3/991/1 Church from the westColour
3/992/1 [1987] Fingerboard High Street/Lodge RoadColour
3/993/1 [1987] High Street/Lodge Road cornerColour
3/994/1 [1987] Bank HouseColour. Shows Oyston/Shipways and Halifax BS
3/995/1 [1987] Cover of 'History of Knowle'Colour
3/995/2 [1987] Cover of 'The Collegiate Church of Knowle'Colour
3/996/1 [1987] St John's Close open spaceColour
3/997/1 [1987] Opening of Berrow HomesColour. Shows Rt Rev Hugh Montefiore
3/998/1 [1987] Verger's HouseColour
3/999/1 [1987] Eric Lyons shopColour
3/1000/1 Trehern Memorial, Knowle Parish Church
3/1001/1 Walter Savage Landor
3/1002/1 Gumley Wilson1000 years of Knowle exhibition.
3/1003/1 Kixley Lane1000 years of Knowle exhibition.
3/1004/1 Victoria Buildings - Corner of Station Road & Lodge Road1000 years of Knowle exhibition.
3/1005/1 [1849] Knowle Hall Estate Brochure cover1000 years of Knowle exhibition.
3/1006/1 [1989] Poplar Farm, Bakers Lane (Rising Sun House)1000 years of Knowle exhibition. 2 different sized photos.
3/1007/1 Fete at Knowle Hall1000 years of Knowle exhibition.
3/1008/1 Wilsons Row1000 years of Knowle exhibition.
3/1009/1 The Square1000 years of Knowle exhibition.
3/1010/1 [1993] High Street1000 years of Knowle exhibition.
3/1011/1 Remembrance Day Parade1000 years of Knowle exhibition.
3/1012/1 Nature Reserve1000 years of Knowle exhibition.
3/1013/1 High Street1000 years of Knowle exhibition.
3/1014/1 Ford at Elvers Green1000 years of Knowle exhibition.
3/1014/2 Ford at Elvers Green1000 years of Knowle exhibition.
3/1016/1 Springfield Farm1000 years of Knowle exhibition.
3/1017/1 [1918] Roll of Honour Board, Chadwick End2 different sized photoscopies.
3/1018/1 [1977] Copt Heath Farm
3/1021/1 The new schools from the tower
3/1022/1 Station RoadShowing Ron Court's birthplace.
3/1023/1 [1927] Knowle School 19272 photos plus names. Miss Hyman, Mander, Donald Price, Sidney Tarver, Les Moulston, Bill Smitten, Garth Jones, John Burton, Lane, Billingsley, Coton, Harding, Teresa Court, Nora Baldrey, Doris Phillips, Betty Court & Bygraves.
3/1024/1 [1925] Knowle School 19252 photos plus names. George Fletcher, Vic Franklin, Norman Young, Ron Court, Ron Franklin, Phillips, Stan Woodfield, Les Moulston?,Jim Dilley, Miss Chambers, Gloria Blundell, Flossie Howard, Muriel Henry, Doreen Hicken, Olive Jones, Margaret Griffiths, Ro
3/1025/1 [1930] Ron Court on motorbike2 photos.
3/1026/1 [1993] John & Elizabeth CourtPhoto by Alan Moore.
3/1027/1 J J Court 1882-19352 photos.
3/1028/1 [1930] Knowle Bowling Club 19302 photos plus names. Bosley, Groves, Godson (village sweep), Reeves, Bert Jones, Freddie Hotchkiss (licensee Red Lion),Cresswell, Harvey Watts (Chauffeur to H C Smith), Bert Court, Bert Rainbow, Leslie Clarke, John James Court, George Summers, Windsor, H
3/1029/1 [1938] Knowle British Legion Annual Church Parade - 13th November 1938Photo + copy with partial identification sheets. Matt Payne, Charlie Wilcox, Sgt Smith, Mr Cyprus, Rumbold, Alf Davey, Col Pattison, Jim Davy, Fred Curtis, Chris Hammond, French, Woodcock, Ernest Norman Snr, Harry Wall, Bill Hollis, George Smith, David Go
3/1030/1 Possibly Oddfellows meetingPhoto + copy with partial identification sheets. Matt Payne, ? Barlow, George Smith, Eddie Wilson, Coton, Tommy Hutchings, Bill Chamberlain, Sid Woods, Ern & Sid Burton.
3/1031/1 [1973] Waiting room at Knowle Surgery
3/1034/1 [1920] Court family wedding at Wilson Arms. Knowle Lodge at rearTaken from the side of the Wilson Arms.
Groom is member of Court family. Bride is sister of Eddie
Smith of Dell Farm. Best man is Eddie Smith (to left of
bridegroom).
3/1036/1 Kenilworth Road with Morris car
3/1040/1 Packwood Grange
3/1041/1 [1900] Landers' Butcher's Shop. Horse and cart. Advert for LidgateUse 4/231/3A.
3/1041/2 [1900] Landers' Butcher's Shop. Horse and cart. Advert for LidgateUse Neg. No. 4/231/3A
3/1056/1 [1938] Knowle British Legion Parade November 1938
3/1060/1 [1920] Wilson's Corner. Cycle shop. Cottages beyond. TricycleShows Wilson's Corner after first restoration. Cycles visible in Wilson's window. Tricycle outside one of cottages thought to belong to Mr. Willcox. Church & Guild House in distance.
3/1061/1 The Red Lion (rendered). Men outside. Two policemen right
3/1062/1 [1906] Knowle School GroupMounted. School (?) in background. List of names underneath, but not very legible. Includes Alan Hope, J. Tandy, Fred Wilcox, Topsy Wells, Cyril Tuby, George Peach, Syd Gardner, Nellie White, N. Sadler, D. White, ? Bloxham, Dora Phillips, Miss Lees, Mi
3/1063/1 [1929] Eva Wootton with her mother and auntMounted. Also Paddy the dog and Ginger the cat.
3/1064/1 [1913] Eva Wootton (portrait). Aged about 14Oval. Mounted.
3/1065/1 [1928] Knowle Bowling ClubFramed certificate, cup and set of bowls in front of group.
Shows H. Greenland, P. Wilson, C. Haycock, Fred Brazier, F. Hotchkiss, ? Hutchings, G. Gurley, S. Woods, C. Holland, F. Price, J. Millward, William Phillips, W. Smith, A. Jukes(?), Joe Lawrence,
3/1066/1 [1936] Eva Wootton's photograph album. Family and other photosBlack and yellow hardback.
Jess Robberds (nee Jemson); Wootton family; Sharp family; Groups with Mossy Smith, Mr. Chance, Mr. Sharp, Fred Willcox, Roland Smith, Mrs. Lee, Miriam Lee, Bernard Dickerson. Gertie Hinks. Dr. Whatley Snr. Mary Adams. Edna Dy
3/1067/1 [1970] Eva Wootton's photograph album. Photographs of KnowleRed hardback
Washpits Farm and land. Burton's milk cart with Jorrocks the horse. 140 Station Road. Job's Close Park. Old School. Elvers Green Lane. Kixley Lane. The canal. Elvers Green Ford. Joan Currall with her car. Mary Adams and Eva Wootton
3/1068/1 [1900] Eva Wootton's photograph album. Family and other photosBlack hardback.
Wootton family. Cresswell family. Chambers family. Hanworth/Milcote/138 Station Road. Norah Edwards (bank clerk). Victor Wareham. Jessie Robberds. Thompson family. Chamberlain family (of Bentley Mill). Arthur Hutchinson Etches. M
3/1069/1 [1900] The White Swan and the Red Lion. 1900Copy of colour painting by J. Mackay, dated 1900 (greetings card by Elgin Court Designs produced by The Priory Gallery, Cheltenham, Glos., with details re artist on reverse)
3/1070/1 [2002] Knowle BellringersShows Stephen Shipley and others.
3/1070/2 [2002] Knowle Bellringers
3/1070/3 [2002] Knowle Bellringers. With Stephen Shipley and one other
3/1070/4 [2002] Knowle Bellringers
3/1071/1 [1973] Knowle Festival: Morris Dancers
3/1071/2 [1973] Knowle Festival: Float in High St. Curtis's in background
3/1071/3 [1973] Knowle Festival: Carnival procession
3/1071/4 [1973] Knowle Festival: Carnival float
3/1071/5 [1973] Knowle Festival: Carnival float
3/1072/1 [1981] Floral display for Royal Wedding of HRH Prince of Wales
3/1073/1 The church: cedar tree
3/1073/2 The church: the tower
3/1073/3 The church: the tower
3/1073/4 The church: top of the tower
3/1073/5 The church: from the north
3/1073/6 The church: from the north
3/1073/7 The church: the churchyard (north side, bottom end)
3/1073/8 The church: the churchyard (north side, top end)
3/1073/9 The church: the churchyard (north side, top end)
3/1073/10 Aerial view: the church and the old bowling green
3/1074/1 [1979] The recast bells: one of the bells, given by the bellringers
3/1074/2 [1979] The recast bells: one of the bells, Jim Rusher & bellringersBell given by bellringers.
3/1074/3 [1979] The recast bells: one of the bells, Jim Rusher & bellringers
3/1074/4 [1979] The recast bells: one of the bells outside the churchWith children from Knowle School.
3/1074/5 [1979] The recast bells: one of the bells outside the churchWith Jim Rusher and one of the schoolchildren.
3/1074/6 [1979] The recast bells: raising one of the bellsWith children from Knowle School.
3/1074/7 [1979] The recast bells: raising one of the bells
3/1075/1 Lodge Road/Longdon Road corner in the snow
3/1075/2 Warwick Road (?) in the snow
3/1076/1 [1924] Staff at Knowle HallLeft to right: Jack Clements, Nell Hopcroft with niece Irene on lap, Minnie Clements (nee Dark) with daughter Joyce, Will Hopcroft. Taken outside the chapel at Knowle Hall.
3/1076/2 Clements family groupLeft to right: Minnie Clements (sister of Nell), Lily Dark (sister of Nell), Nell Hopcroft, Fred Dark (brother of Nell), Will Hopcroft, Nell Dark (sister-in-law of Nell)
3/1076/3 Will & Nell Hopcroft outside their cottage at Knowle Hall
3/1076/4 Will & Nell Hopcroft outside their cottage (at Knowle Hall?)On the occasion of their diamond wedding.
3/1077/1 [1900] Grove Cottage, Copt Heath (formerly Keepers Cottage)
3/1078/1 [1900] Henwood Water Mill
3/1079/1 The canal, looking south from Barston Lane bridgeWith horse-drawn barge in the distance.
3/1080/1 The canal: Grove Farm footbridge & swing bridge. With bargeSwing bridge was replaced by the present bridge in 1933.
3/1081/1 Bateman's monumental masons yard, High StreetShows the statues and part of Payne's shoe repairers next door.
3/1082/1 [1887] Eleanor West (nee Boultbee) and familyEleanor Cecile Roberts West (nee Boultbee) standing, with Leonard Roberts West (husband) and Elizabeth Louisa Roberts West (nee Alston)(sister-in-law). With notes.
3/1083/1 Grimshaw Hall. Timbers exposed
3/1084/1 [1900] The Square from the south: White Swan, Harpers, horse & cartShows part of Red Lion (rendered), White Swan (timbers exposed), Harpers Butchers and adjacent house, horse & cart outside the Red Lion.
3/1085/1 Illuminated page from the Register of the Guild of Knowle
3/1085/2 Illuminated page from the Register of the Guild of Knowle
3/1085/3 Page from the Register of the Guild of Knowle
3/1085/4 Page from the Register of the Guild of Knowle
3/1085/5 Register of the Guild of Knowle: front of book
3/1086/1 [1684] Page from the Parish Registers, 1684
3/1086/2 [1761] Page from the Parish Registers, 1761
3/1087/1 [1945] The Church, floodlit on V. E. Night
3/1088/1 The church interior: towards the chancel from the naveShows the circular stone in front of the chancel.
3/1089/1 The Guild House: front view
3/1090/1 [1989] Chessetts Wood Mission Church
3/1091/1 One of the stained glass windows
3/1092/1 A group on a choir outing to Northleach
3/1093/1 [1857] Part of poster for sale of the Bulls Head, Kenilworth RoadShows first school in Kenilworth Road, on the same site as the Victorian school opened in 1871.
3/1094/1 Plan from sale of Glebe Farm
3/1095/1 [2003] The Church interior: the organ
3/1095/2 [2003] The Church interior: the organ
3/1095/3 [2003] The Church interior: the organ
3/1095/4 [2003] The Church interior: misericords
3/1095/5 [2003] The Church interior: misericords
3/1095/6 [2003] The Church interior: misericords
3/1095/7 [2003] The Church interior: misericords
3/1095/8 [2003] The Church interior: misericords
3/1095/9 [2003] The Church interior: misericords
3/1095/10 [2003] The Church interior: Wilson memorial
3/1095/11 [2003] The Church interior: Wilson memorial
3/1095/12 [2003] The Church interior: Wilson memorial
3/1095/13 [2003] The Church interior: Wilson memorial
3/1095/14 [2003] The Church interior: Wilson memorial
3/1095/15 [2003] The Church interior: Wilson memorial
3/1095/16 [2003] The Church interior: Wilson memorial
3/1095/17 [2003] The Church interior: Wilson memorial
3/1096/1 [2003] The church from Kenilworth Road
3/1096/2 [2003] The church from Kenilworth RoadSecond copy (not as well printed) of 3/1096/1)
3/1097/1 High Street: Band & Meeks to Kingscote (Sieglinde Hiscox)Shows Knowle Fruit Stores, the Post Ofice and La Boutique Gaie between Band & Meeks and Sieglinde Hiscox.
3/1097/2 High Street: Band & Meeks and Knowle Fruit StoresAlso shows the timbered building attached to Band & Meeks and a small part of Chester House beyond.
3/1097/3 High Street: Band & Meeks
3/1097/4 High Street: Band & Meeks. With Mr. Meeks and staffShows Mr. Meeks (centre), John Thackway and another member of staff (Mary?) Also shows timbered building attached at left hand side.
3/1097/5 High Street: Band & Meeks. With Mr. Meeks
3/1098/1 [1920] Wilson's Corner with Mr. Henry Wilson outsideBicycles just visible in window. Motor car round the corner in Station Road.
3/1098/2 The Wilson Family
3/1098/3 Wilsons Corner from Warwick Road. From c. 1920 onwardsShows the Station Road side of the corner. Motor car in High Street. Milverton House on right.
3/1099/1 [1990] Station Rd/High St. corner in the 1990sShows Midland Copiers and the Chinese restaurant.
3/1100/1 [1940] High Street looking south. Cottages right, Chester House centreWith perambulator and three motor cars.
3/1101/1 [1936] Tilehouse Green Lane
3/1102/1 [1970] The Church choir. With Jim Rusher
3/1103/1 [1932] Collapse of the Greswolde Garage, 1932Entitled Collapse of the Greswolde Garage, but the present garage appears to be in process of building, with rubble on the ground.
3/1104/1 [1910] Knowle Cricket Club. With namesBack row, left to right:
Arthur Peach, Charlie Harrison, H. Greenland, Charles Sumner, George Blundell, Pip Wilson, Charlie Willcox, Neil Monro, Walter Davey, Harry Merry, Jack Greenland, Fred Peach, D. M. Crowe (umpire).
Seated, left to right:
Jack Milwa
3/1105/1 Knowle churchyard (north side): Wilson family vault
3/1105/2 Knowle churchyard (north side): Wilson family vault
3/1106/1 Olton HallFrom 'Green Peas at Christmas'
3/1106/2 Pauline Yolande Duvernay (ballet dancer)From 'Green Peas at Christmas'
3/1106/3 [1838] William Wilson on Go EasyFrom 'Green Peas at Christmas'
3/1106/4 [1844] North Warwickshire Foxhounds. William Wilson, MasterFrom 'Green Peas at Christmas'
3/1106/5 [1833] Gumley HallFrom 'Green Peas at Christmas'
3/1107/1 Deed box formerly belonging to Guy Fleetwood WilsonMarked as follows: Right Honourable Sir Guy Fleetwood Wilson G.C.I.E., K.C.B., K.C.M.G. Letters and Reviews.
Contained papers relating to Sir Guy's estate.
3/1108/1 [1857] Part of poster for sale of the Bulls Head, Kenilworth RoadShows first school in Kenilworth Road, on the same site as the Victorian school opened in 1871. Part of poster for Bulls Head with school land given by Wilson
3/1109/1 Nursing staff at Middlefield: Messrs Richards, Oliver & Owen
3/1109/2 Staff and patient at MiddlefieldLeft: Mr. Owen (nurse); centre: a patient; right: Chris Cassidy, a shoemaker who taught the patients.
3/1109/3 [1949] Middlefield: Mr. Owen (nurse, seated) and patientsGeorge Bloor (centre).
3/1109/4 [1950] Middlefield: Mr. Owen (nurse) and Tom Condon
3/1109/5 [1930] Middlefield fete: Alfred Ward (nurse)Mr. Ward was a friend of John (Jack) Owen.
3/1109/6 [1930] Middlefield fete: patients
3/1109/7 [1960] Middlefield: patients' band. Mrs. Lloyd at frontCharge Nurse Harrison took part in the brass band.
3/1110/1 The east front, Middlefield Hospital
3/1111/1 Middlefield: the staffSecond row from back: Mr.T. Cassidy, Mr. R. Brisland, Mr. W. Richards, Mr. West (chief nurse), Mr. J. Owen.
Third row: Miss V. Band (secretary)
3/1112/1 Mr. Horace Everitt in flying gear
3/1112/2 Mr. Horace Everitt in RAF uniform
3/1112/3 Mr. Horace Everitt in RAF uniform in front of his aeroplane
3/1112/4 Mrs. Pat Everitt (nee Jefferson) in WRAF uniform
3/1112/5 Mr. Horace Everitt in a boater
3/1113/1 Mary Moorcroft (nee Gimes) in dress uniformVoluntary Aid Detachment, British Red Cross Society.
3/1113/2 [1939] Mary Moorcroft (nee Gimes) in nursing uniformVoluntary Aid Detachment, British Red Cross Society.
3/1113/3 Mary Moorcroft (nee Gimes) in nursing uniform(head & should)
3/1113/4 [1939] Mary Moorcroft (nee Gimes) & Mary Shipley (nee Sharp)In nursing uniform of Voluntary Aid Detachment, British Red Cross Society.
3/1113/5 [1995] Mary Moorcroft (nee Gimes) on her 75th birthday. 10/5/95Wearing war medals.
3/1113/6 [1940] Mary Moorcroft (nee Gimes) in nursing uniform (head & shoulders)
3/1113/7 Mary Moorcroft (nee Gimes): display of medals etc.
3/1114/1 Capt. John Gimes MC MM, King's Shropshire Light Infantry
3/1114/2 Medals awarded to Capt. John Gimes
3/1115/1 John H. Gimes, in uniform of Royal Corps of Signals
3/1115/2 Medals awarded to John H Gimes
3/1116/1 Alan Gimes in uniform of RAF Bomber Command (navigator)
3/1117/1 [1940] The Gimes familyJohn (left), Royal Corps of Signals; Mary (centre), Alan (right - then too young to join the RAF); Mrs. Gimes in front, with Captain J. Gimes MC MM, Kings Shropshire Light Infantry.
3/1118/1 [1939] Warwick V.A.D. 46 Detachment at the Dial House
3/1119/1 Will Hollis in RAF uniform
3/1120/1 Group of airmen on motor cycles in RAF uniformWill Hollis (centre), Laurie Statham (right) and one other.
3/1121/1 [1942] Will Hollis (left) and companion in RAF uniform
3/1122/1 Will Hollis (right) and companion in RAF uniform
3/1123/1 Will Hollis, with the Spitfire in which he was shot down(Will Hollis was killed)
3/1124/1 Will Hollis (right) in RAF uniform with two companionsNB The man in the centre is in army uniform.
3/1125/1 Group of airman in front of a tent, including Will Hollis
3/1126/1 Bill Hollis
3/1126/2 Gertrude Hollis (wife of Bill)
3/1127/1 25 Kenilworth Road, home of the Hollis familyLooking across the road to the corner of Wilsons Road.
3/1128/1 [1950] The Manor House garden
3/1128/2 [1950] The Manor House gardenMr. Frewin (left), Mr. Hollis (centre).
3/1128/3 [1950] The Manor House garden
3/1129/1 Mr. Edward Jefferson
3/1130/1 [1968] Middlefield Fete
3/1131/1 [1942] Marion Neal (nee Lane) in Hampton RoadIn uniform as an ATS lance-corporal.
3/1132/1 [1943] Frank & Alice Lane, with Marion Neal holding Rita(later Nix
3/1133/1 Frank, Marion and Charles (Chick) Lane
3/1134/1 [1956] Philip Nix in RAF uniform at RAF West Kirby
3/1134/2 [1958] Philip Nix in RAF Military Police uniformAt RAF Police Post, RAF North Front, Gibralter.
3/1135/1 [1945] RAF Group. Alf Nix back row, 4th from left
3/1136/1 William Nix ('Grandad Nix')
3/1137/1 Private Albert Neal, Royal Warwickshire Regiment
3/1137/2 Lance-Corporal Albert Neal, Royal Warwickshire Regiment
3/1138/1 [1945] Harold Neal at Buckingham Palace after receiving his DSMWith his wife Florence and mother Sarah Ann Neal. Note the name of the ship is missing from his hat - a wartime practice to prevent the enemy being able to locate specific ships.
3/1139/1 John Curtis, Royal Marines, aged 19
3/1140/1 [1969] View to south east from tower. Old school in foregroundShows school unoccupied.
3/1140/2 [1969] View to north east from tower. New school
3/1140/3 [1969] View to south from towerShows Cluttons Cottage, Berrow Homes allotments and Milverton Crescent beyond.
3/1140/4 [1969] View to south west from towerShows wool shop and part of Red Lion, with part of bowling green and buildings beyond.
3/1140/5 [1969] View from tower. Red Lion and bowling green
3/1140/6 [1969] View to south west from towerShows Lyons, Chares, George Mason, National Provincial Bank, Midland Electricity shop with St. John's Close beyond.
3/1140/7 [1969] View to west from tower across roofs of Curtis's & Maddocks
3/1140/8 [1969] View to north west from towerShows rear of Curtis's and No. 1685, Wrensons, She, Bank House (Jo Peters), Midland Bank, precinct in process of building and Lodge Road buildings beyond.
3/1140/9 [1969] View to north west from tower. Similar to 3/1140/8
3/1141/1 [1950] Knowle Carnival 1950. In Lodge Road. Band in highland dress
3/1141/2 [1950] Knowle Carnival 1950. In Lodge Road
3/1141/3 [1950] Knowle Carnival 1950. In Lodge Road. Motor cycle
3/1141/4 [1950] Knowle Carnival 1950. In Lodge Road. John Lees as Bevans ?
3/1142/1 [1952] Knowle Carnival 1952. Highland band in Job's Close Park
3/1142/2 [1952] Knowle Carnival 1952. In High Street
3/1143/1 [1950] Knowle Carnival (Undated). Hampton Road corner (?)
3/1144/1 [1937] Ancient Order of Buffaloes Dance at the Red Lion
3/1145/1 Scout camp. With Reg (ferret) Edwards and John Whitlock
3/1146/1 Greswolde swimming pool. With Alec Empson
3/1146/2 Greswolde swimming poolWith Alec Empson, Peter Forrester & John Harwood.
3/1147/1 [1947] Royal British Legion Women's Section Dinner at the Red LionWith some names:
Mrs. Beesley, Mrs. May Stokes, Mrs. Olive Moulston, Mrs. Kathleen Nix, Mrs. Bernard Spencer, Mrs. L Chambers, Mrs. Barry Young(?), Mrs. C Vill, Mrs. Lander, Mrs. Hewins, Mrs. Curtis (Miriam Lee?), Mrs. Bott, Miss Wedge, Miss L Chamberlin,
3/1148/1 Lady Byron
3/1149/1 The Grove, Dorridge (formerly at rear of present precinct)
3/1150/1 Old cottage, Mill Pool Lane, Darley GreenKnowle Carnival 1950. In Lodge Road. John Lees as Bevans?
3/1151/1 [1939] The White Swan just before demolitionFrom Birmingham Mail. With associated newspaper cutting.
3/1151/2 [1939] Architects' drawing of new shops to replace White SwanDrawings by architects Ewen Harper Brother & Co. Shops to be built for George Mason, who have surrendered an area of land for road-widening.
3/1152/1 [1940] Home Guard party at the Manor House Solihull
3/1153/1 The Guild House
3/1154/1 Knowle Parish Church: Downing memorial window and font
3/1155/1 The Elm Avenue, Copt Heath
3/1156/1 The Elm Avenue, Copt Heath
3/1157/1 Fanny Willcox (later Smith) and family
3/1158/1 [1838] William Wilson on Go Easy by John FerneleyReproduced in Green Peas at Christmas (1/106/1). Photos from book are numbered 3/1106/1-
3/1158/2 [1838] William Wilson on Go Easy by John Ferneley
3/1159/1 Knowle Bowling Club outing. Motor car in backgroundSeated at front, left to right:
Harry Wall, F. W. Curtis, Mr. Hicken.
3/1160/1 Vice-Admiral Viscount Lord Nelson
3/1160/2 Emma Hamilton
3/1161/1 Drawing of church with carriage in The Square
3/1162/1 W Pitt, Horsebreakers. With May and Cis
3/1162/2 Chris Pitt driving the Bower family to Preston Bagot
3/1163/1 [1970] The old school
3/1163/2 [1970] The old school
3/1164/1 John Chinn, Malster (at Wilson Arms)
3/1165/1 [1868] Mr. & Mrs. Richard White
3/1165/2 [1868] Richard White
3/1165/3 [1869] Richard White
3/1165/4 [1923] White Poulter family
3/1165/5 [1960] Nancy White of Coventry
3/1166/1 [1930] Jack Johnson
3/1167/1 John (Jack) Johnson
3/1167/2 F J Johnson with his MG Magnette
3/1167/3 F J Johnson outside the new service reception
3/1168/1 [1937] Greswolde Garage
3/1168/2 Greswolde Garage: the petrol pumps
3/1168/3 Greswolde Garage: F J Johnson in the office
3/1169/1 1938 Morris 10
3/1170/1 Johnsons Garage: after conversion from the cinema
3/1170/2 Johnsons Garage: the forecourt
3/1170/3 Johnsons Garage: the show room
3/1171/1 Johnsons Garage: Ford breakdown truck
3/1172/1 Johnsons Garage: Moris Minor service van
3/1173/1 [1966] Johnsons Garage
3/1174/1 [1966] Johnsons Garage: selling Cleveland petrol
3/1174/2 [1966] Johnsons Garage: oil for sale
3/1174/3 [1966] Johnsons Garage: used cars for sale
3/1175/1 Johnsons Garage: Vic Upton's retirement presentation
3/1176/1 Johnsons Garage: Presentation to customer
3/1176/2 Johnsons Garage: Presentation to customer(admiring prize)
3/1177/1 Johnsons Garage: 1961 Morris Mini Minor
3/1178/1 Johnsons Garage: export sale to Bermuda
3/1179/1 [1977] Johnsons Garage: Float in Queen's Silver Jubilee Procession
3/1179/2 [1977] Johnsons Garage: Float in Queen's Silver Jubilee Procession
3/1179/3 [1977] Johnsons Garage: Float in Queen's Silver Jubilee Procession
3/1179/4 [1977] Johnsons Garage: Float in Queen's Silver Jubilee Procession
3/1179/5 [1977] Johnsons Garage: Float in Queen's Silver Jubilee Procession
3/1179/6 [1977] Johnsons Garage: Float in Queen's Silver Jubilee Procession
3/1180/1 J B Johnson & Liz Woods (nee Johnson)
3/1181/1 Shakespeare run: Liz Woods (nee Johnson) with Minor 1000
3/1182/1 [1979] Johnsons Garage: minivan sold to Spectrum
3/1182/2 [1979] Johnsons Garage: three vans sold to Protectall
3/1183/1 Johnsons Garage: exhibition at Copt Heath Golf Club
3/1183/2 Johnsons Garage: exhibition at Copt Heath Golf Club
3/1183/3 Johnsons Garage: exhibition at Copt Heath Golf Club
3/1184/1 Liz Woods (nee Johnson) in Minor 1000
3/1185/1 J B Johnson at Prescott Hill Climb
3/1186/1 [1996] Johnsons Garage: last years with Rover
3/1186/2 [1996] Johnsons Garage: last years with Rover
3/1186/3 [1996] Johnsons Garage: last years with Rover
3/1186/4 [1996] Johnsons Garage: last years with Rover
3/1186/5 [1996] Johnsons Garage: last years with Rover
3/1187/1 [1958] Johnsons Garage: advert re 25 years trading
3/1187/2 [1988] Johnsons Garage: cutting re 55 years trading
3/1187/3 [1989] Johnsons Garage: cutting re looking towards 1990s
3/1188/1 Dr. R. J. Bower. To 3/1188/7
3/1189/1 The garden at 72 Widney Road. To 3/1189/10
3/1190/1 Chester House restoration. To 3/1190/11
3/1191/1 [2006] Chester House: reception
3/1191/2 [2006] Chester House: reading room and computers
3/1191/3 [2006] Chester House: the knot garden showing the viewing platform
3/1191/4 [2006] Chester House: the knot garden showing rear of Chester House
3/1191/5 [2006] Chester House: plumber's mark (Tudor Rose) outside porch
3/1192/1 [2006] Schoolmaster's house: 3 Kenilworth Road
3/1192/2 [2006] Schoolmaster's house: 3 Kenilworth Road
3/1192/3 [2006] Kenilworth Road (church end)
3/1193/1 Baddesley Clinton church
3/1194/1 [1975] School group (colour)
3/1195/1 [1935] Lodge Road looking towards High Street. With The HolliesShows Knowle Lodge wall on left and cottages on right, including The Hollies and Nos. 29-33 Lodge Road.
3/1197/1 Grove Farm - Building and Dicken familyThree photographs.
3/1198/1 Knowle Parsonage House
3/1199/1 [1994] Middlefield Hospital with sketch showing room usage
3/1199/2 [1994] Middlefield Hospital with sketch showing room usage
3/1199/3 [1994] Middlefield Hospital
3/1199/4 [1994] Middlefield Hospital
3/1199/5 [1994] Middlefield Hospital
3/1199/6 [1994] Middlefield Hospital with sketch showing room usage
3/1199/7 [1994] Middlefield Hospital garden area
3/1200/1 [1994] Freshfields - temporary residence for Hollymoor patients
3/1200/2 [1994] Freshfields - Woodside Crescent
3/1200/3 [1994] Freshfields - Woodside Crescent
3/1200/4 [1994] Freshfields - Woodside Crescent and Downing Close
3/1201/1 [1947] Knowle bellringers 21st July 1947Eva Wootton, Mary Millington, Eric Wimblett, Albert Nix, Fred Wilcox?, Joe Lightfoot and Alfred Nix.
3/1202/1 'Hillcrest', Widney Road from front
3/1203/1 'Hillcrest', Widney Road from paddock at rear
3/1204/1 Dorothy Woodward in Nurses Uniform
3/1205/1 Austin Ambulance c 1940 (Driven by Dorothy Woodward)
3/1206/1 Front Door at 'Hillcrest'
3/1207/1 [1906] Harry Frank Woodward
3/1208/1 Sarah Power Woodward
3/1209/1 Backs of houses at corner Station Road/Widney Road
3/1210/1 Seymour family of Linwood Lodge (Sue, Walter, Edward and Mollie) and Eileen Milne
3/1211/1 [1890] 'Hillcrest', Widney Road
3/1211/2 [1890] 'Hillcrest', Widney Road
3/1211/3 [1890] Trees and Flowers at 'Hillcrest', Widney Road
3/1211/4 [1890] Drawing Room at 'Hillcrest', Widney Road
3/1214/1 Crossroads from Grove Road looking towards Bentley Heath
3/1215/1 Postcard showing Springfield V A D Hospital and Miss G Jackson O B E, Commandant
3/1216/1 Grimshaw Hall from rear
3/1217/1 Woodward family at 'Hillcrest' and vehicles
3/1218/1 The Wilson ArmsPhotograph originally sent by W.L. Court (proprietor of The Wilson Arms before John Wall) to Sir Guy Fleetwood Wilson in London. Photograph of postcard from W. Phillips Post Office.
3/1218/2 Chester HousePhotograph originally sent by W.L. Court (proprietor of The Wilson Arms before John Wall) to Sir Guy Fleetwood Wilson in London. Photograph of postcard from W. Phillips Post Office.
3/1218/3 Knowle Parish ChurchPhotograph originally sent by W.L. Court (proprietor of The Wilson Arms before John Wall) to Sir Guy Fleetwood Wilson in London. Photograph of postcard from W. Phillips Post Office.
3/1218/4 Entering Knowle from the Warwick Road (north)Photograph originally sent by W.L. Court (proprietor of The Wilson Arms before John Wall) to Sir Guy Fleetwood Wilson in London. Photograph of postcard from W. Phillips Post Office.
3/1219/1 Wilson family vault in Knowle churchyardPhotograph originally sent to John Wall proprietor of The Wilson Arms by Sir Guy Fleetwood Wilson in London.
3/1219/2 The Wilson ArmsPhotograph originally sent to John Wall proprietor of The Wilson Arms by Sir Guy Fleetwood Wilson in London.
3/1219/3 Greswolde Arms HotelPhotograph originally sent to John Wall proprietor of The Wilson Arms by Sir Guy Fleetwood Wilson in London.
3/1219/4 High Street looking North from the Berrow HomesPhotograph originally sent to John Wall proprietor of The Wilson Arms by Sir Guy Fleetwood Wilson in London.
3/1219/5 Knowle Parish ChurchPhotograph originally sent to John Wall proprietor of The Wilson Arms by Sir Guy Fleetwood Wilson in London.
3/1219/6 Guild HousePhotograph originally sent to John Wall proprietor of The Wilson Arms by Sir Guy Fleetwood Wilson in London.
3/1220/1 [1903] Staff at Middlefield 1903Rose Gertrude Winterbottom - Matron, Edith Mutime - Governess, Albert Henry Williams - House Governor, Amy Gertrude Blatch - Secretary
3/1221/1 [1935] Knowle Infant School 1935/62pp
3/1222/1 [2008] Knowle School - Local History visit March 20084pp
3/1223/1 Neale family 6pp
3/1224/1 [1975] Knowle Cubs Guard of Honour
3/1225/1 [2007] Aerial View of Paterson Court
3/1226/1 [1950] Knowle Carnival 1950s6pp
3/1227/1 [1917] Bernard Greenland of Lodge Road - missing in Action 1917
3/1228/1 [1916] Reginald Blakemore - died at the Battle of the Somme 1916
3/1229/1 [1980] Church and Verger's House from Kenilworth Road
3/1229/2 [1980] Church and Guild House from High Street & Kenilworth Road corner
3/1229/3 [1980] Path between Verger's House and Church entrance
3/1229/4 [1980] Graveyard towards rear of church
3/1229/5 [1980] Old School Grounds from Graveyard
3/1229/6 [1980] Garden of Berrow Cottage Homes looking towards Stowe House
3/1229/7 [1980] Garden of Berrow Cottage Homes looking towards Church
3/1229/8 [1980] Wool and Card Shop fom Kenilworth RdShop run for many years by Miss MacGregor
3/1229/9 [1980] Wool and Card Shop and Red Lion
3/1229/10 [1980] Wool and Card Shop from Red Lion Car Park
3/1229/11 [1980] Rear of Wool and Card ShopShop run for many years by Miss MacGregor
3/1229/12 [1980] Wool and Card Shop from Guild House cornerShop run for many years by Miss MacGregor
3/1229/13 [1980] Old school from the Childrens' Field
3/1229/14 [1980] View of Red LionColour
3/1229/15 [1980] View of Milverton Crescent, Wilsons RoadColour
3/1230/1 [1980] Old surgery redevelopment from Lodge Road cornerShowing Collins, Son & Harvey.
3/1230/2 [1981] Old surgery from Lodge Road cornerShowing Collins, Son & Harvey.
3/1230/3 [1981] Old surgery redevelopment from Lodge Road corner
3/1230/4 [1981] High Street from Lodge Road corner
3/1230/5 [1981] High Street from Lodge Road corner
3/1230/6 [1981] High Street from Lodge Road cornerShowing finger pointing road sign.
3/1230/7 [1981] Linwood Lodge from Lodge Road corner
3/1230/8 [1981] Bungalows on corner of Lodge Road & Longdon Road
3/1230/9 [1981] Job's Close House
3/1230/10 [1981] Chester House Library front entrance
3/1230/11 [1981] Chester House Library front entrance
3/1230/12 [1980] Old School in process of conversion to Paterson Court
3/1230/13 [1980] View of old school from playground
3/1231/1 [1981] High Street showing road sign direction Warwick etcColour
3/1231/2 [1981] Paterson Court, Kenilworth RoadColour
3/1231/3 [1981] Nos. 3 - 9 Kenilworth RoadColour
3/1231/4 [1981] Paterson Court & 3 - 9 Kenilworth RoadColour
3/1231/5 [1981] 9 - 21 Kenilworth RoadColour
3/1231/6 [1981] Yew Tree Cottage, 27 Kenilworth RoadColour
3/1231/7 [1981] Outhouse, Rear of Nos 35-39 Kenilworth RoadColour
3/1231/8 [1981] Outhouse, Rear of Nos 35-39 Kenilworth RoadColour
3/1231/9 [1981] Outhouse, Rear of Nos 35-39 Kenilworth RoadColour
3/1232/1 [1981] Road Sign at corner of Kenilworth Road/High Street, direction Balsall Common, WarwickColour
3/1232/2 [1981] Berrow Cottage HomesColour
3/1232/3 [1981] Stowe House from grounds of Berrow Cottage Homes showing gateColour
3/1232/4 [1981] Nos 26 - 32 Wilsons Road, Shirley VillasColour
3/1232/5 [1981] Nos 12 - 24 Wilsons RoadColour
3/1232/6 [1981] No 30 Kenilworth Road, corner Wilsons Road/Kenilworth RoadColour
3/1233/1 [1981] Nos 110 - 100 Station RoadColour
3/1233/2 [1981] Nos 92 - 86 Station RoadColour
3/1233/3 [1981] Nos 60 - 62 Station RoadColour
3/1233/4 [1981] Nos 26, 28 & 30 Station RoadColour
3/1234/1 [1981] Nos 77 & 79 Lodge RoadColour
3/1234/2 [1981] Nos 81 - 85 Lodge RoadColour
3/1234/3 [1981] Nos 81 - 85 Lodge RoadColour
3/1234/4 [1981] Nos 89 & 87 Lodge RoadColour
3/1234/5 [1981] No 95 Lodge RoadColour
3/1234/6 [1981] Nos 97 - 103 Lodge RoadColour
3/1234/7 [1981] Nos 105 & 107 Lodge RoadColour
3/1235/1 [1981] Semi-detached houses in Hampton RoadColour
3/1235/2 [1981] Nos 1603 - 1593 Warwick RoadColour
3/1235/3 [1981] No 1591 Warwick Road, Artillery CottagesColour
3/1235/4 [1981] Nos 1585 - 1575 Warwick RoadColour
3/1236/1 [1981] Wilson Arms before extension to connect the buildingsColour
3/1236/2 [1981] Old Surgery after renovationColour
3/1236/3 [1981] No 1612 High Street, Abbey National Building Society, Standley solicitorsColour
3/1237/1 [1981] Old Surgery after conversion showing Leeds Permanent Building offices on ground floorColour
3/1237/2 [1981] Old Surgery after conversion showing Leeds Permanent Building offices on ground floorColour
3/1237/3 [1981] Old Surgery after conversion showing Leeds Permanent Building offices on ground floorColour
3/1237/4 [1981] Old Surgery after conversion showing Leeds Permanent Building offices on ground floorColour
3/1237/5 [1981] Old Surgery after conversion showing Leeds Permanent Building offices on ground floorColour
3/1237/6 [1981] Old Surgery after conversion showing Leeds Permanent Building offices on ground floorColour
3/1237/7 [1981] Old Surgery after conversion showing Leeds Permanent Building offices on ground floorColour
3/1237/8 [1981] Old Surgery after conversion showing Leeds Permanent Building offices on ground floorColour
3/1237/9 [1981] Old Surgery after conversion showing Leeds Permanent Building offices on ground floorColour
3/1237/10 [1981] Old Surgery after conversion showing Leeds Permanent Building offices on ground floorColour
3/1237/11 [1981] Old Surgery after conversion showing Leeds Permanent Building offices on ground floorColour
3/1237/12 [1981] Old Surgery after conversion showing Leeds Permanent Building offices on ground floorColour
3/1237/13 [1981] Old Surgery after conversion showing Leeds Permanent Building offices on ground floorColour
3/1238/1 [1981] No 1612 High Street, Abbey National Building Society, Standley solicitorsColour
3/1239/1 [1981] Kingscote, Nos 1681-1683a & 1685-89 High StreetColour
3/1240/1 [1981] Nos 1608-1610 High Street, Bunters RestaurantColour
3/1241/1 [1981] High Street: Road sign direction Warwick / Balsall Common, Hockley HeathColour
3/1241/2 [1981] High Street: Road sign direction Warwick / Balsall Common, Hockley HeathColour
3/1241/3 [1981] Nos 1705-1707 High Street, Maddocks NewsagentsColour
3/1242/1 [1981] Road sign on corner of High Street/Kenilworth Road, direction Balsall Common Warwick.Colour. Berrow Cottage Homes behind wall.
3/1243/1 [1981] The Olde House, Station Road. Phillips Auctioneers, RenovationColour
3/1243/2 [1981] Rear of The Olde House, Station Road. Phillips Auctioneers, RenovationColour
3/1244/1 [1982] No 1671 High Street. Small Talk Tea ShopColour
3/1244/2 [1982] Rear of Wool & Card Shop, Nos 1678-1680 High StreetColour
3/1244/3 [1982] Forecourt of Guild House, showing church towerColour. Pale blue lorry on forecourt.
3/1244/4 [1982] Paterson Court from ChurchyardColour
3/1244/5 [1982] Paterson Court from ChurchyardColour
3/1244/6 [1982] Verger's house from ChurchyardColour
3/1244/7 [1982] Rear of Paterson court from Children's FieldColour
3/1244/8 [1982] Paterson Court, new frontage. Motor car parked on road.Colour. After conversion from the old school.
3/1244/9 [1982] Paterson Court, new frontage. Motor car parked on road.Colour. After conversion from the old school.
3/1244/10 [1982] Stowe House from Berrow Cottage Homes grounds showing Berrow Homes gate.Colour
3/1244/11 [1982] Berrow Cottage Homes gate from Stowe HouseColour
3/1244/12 [1982] Black & white cottages. No 80 Kenilworth RoadColour
3/1244/13 [1982] Nos 1689-1695 High Street. Sheldon Florists, MobalpaColour
3/1245/1 [1982] Nos 60 & 62 Station RoadColour
3/1245/2 [1982] Nos 64 - 68 Station RoadColour
3/1245/3 [1982] Nos 70 & 72 Station Road. White plaque reads 'The Cots'.Colour
3/1245/4 [1982] No 58 Station RoadColour
3/1245/5 [1982] Nos 7 - 23 Kixley LaneColour
3/1245/6 [1982] Nos 3 - 13 Kenilworth RoadColour
3/1245/7 [1982] Nos 15 - 19 Kenilworth RoadColour
3/1245/8 [1982] Nos 26 - 32 Wilsons Road, Shirley VillasColour
3/1245/9 [1982] Nos 12 - 24 Wilsons RoadColour
3/1245/10 [1982] The Spinney, Warwick Road. Fritillary, daffodils & Martigon lily in leafColour. April 1982
3/1245/11 [1982] The Spinney, Warwick Road. Daffodils planted in 1969Colour. April 1982
3/1245/12 [1982] The Spinney, Warwick Road. Celandines & daffodilsColour. April 1982
3/1245/13 [1982] The Spinney, Warwick Road. UndergrowthColour. April 1982
3/1245/14 [1982] The Spinney, Warwick Road. Wild Cherry blossomColour. April 1982
3/1246/1 [1982] Brown's Lane, The MoatColour. April 1982
3/1246/2 [1982] Brown's Lane, The MoatColour. April 1982
3/1246/3 [1982] Brown's Lane, The MoatColour. April 1982
3/1246/4 [1982] Smith's Lane, Site of proposed maisonettesColour. April 1982
3/1247/1 [1982] Site of proposed Knowle bypassFrom Wychwood Avenue/Langfield Road/Warwick Road island.

Colour. April 1982
3/1247/2 [1982] Site of proposed Knowle bypassFrom Wychwood Avenue/Warwick Road island showing houses in Langfield Road

Colour. April 1982
3/1247/3 [1982] Site of proposed Knowle bypassFrom Wychwood Avenue/Warwick Road island showing houses in Langfield Road.

Colour. April 1982
3/1247/4 [1982] Site of proposed Knowle bypassLooking towards Wychwood Avenue/Warwick Road/Langfield Road island.

Colour. April 1982
3/1247/5 [1982] Site of proposed Knowle bypass, Longdon Road end LH cornerColour. April 1982
3/1247/6 [1982] Site of proposed Knowle bypassLongdon Road end left-hand side.

Colour. April 1982
3/1247/7 [1982] Site of proposed Knowle bypassLongdon Road end right-hand side.

Colour. April 1982
3/1248/1 [1982] Trees at the old surgeryRetained at suggestion of Knowle Society. Lovell business sign.

Colour. June 1982
3/1249/1 [1982] Job's Close ParkSite of proposed Adventure Playground. Longdon Road houses.

Colour. June 1982
3/1249/2 [1982] Job's Close ParkSite of proposed Adventure Playground.

Colour. June 1982
3/1249/3 [1982] Job's Close Park pondColour. June 1982
3/1250/1 [1982] Jacobean GrangeColour. June 1982
3/1251/1 [1982] Batts Hall, The DriveColour. August 1982
3/1251/2 [1982] Looking across the fields from Batts HallColour. August 1982
3/1251/3 [1982] Looking across the fields from Batts HallColour. August 1982
3/1251/4 [1982] Looking across the fields from Batts HallColour. August 1982
3/1251/5 [1982] Looking across the fields from Batts HallColour. August 1982
3/1251/6 [1982] Batts Hall grounds, taken from 14 Cook CloseColour. August 1982
3/1251/7 [1982] Batts Hall grounds, taken from near 2a Cook CloseColour. August 1982
3/1251/8 [1982] Site of the proposed development at Batts Hall from the Vicarage windowColour. August 1982
3/1251/9 [1982] Site of the proposed development at Batts Hall from the Vicarage windowColour. August 1982
3/1252/1 [1982] View of graveyard looking towards rear of churchColour. August 1982
3/1252/2 [1982] The Rev. J.V.F. Rusher outside the Guild HouseColour. August 1982
3/1252/3 [1982] The Rev. J.V.F. Rusher outside the Guild HouseColour. August 1982
3/1253/1 [1982] View of High St showing a balloon advertising 'Manoah' in sky aboveColour. August 1982
3/1254/1 [1983] Nos 1709 - 1711 High St, Windridge's Chemist, Monastery HouseColour. February 1983
3/1254/2 [1983] Nos 1709 - 1711 High St, Windridge's Chemist, Monastery HouseColour. February 1983
3/1254/3 [1983] Nos 1709 - 1711 High St, Windridge's Chemist, Monastery HouseColour. February 1983
3/1254/4 [1983] Nos 1709 - 1711 High St, Windridge's Chemist, Monastery HouseColour. February 1983
3/1254/5 [1983] Nos 1709 - 1711 High St, Windridge's Chemist, Monastery HouseColour. February 1983
3/1254/6 [1983] Nos 1709 - 1711 High St, Windridge's Chemist, Monastery HouseColour. February 1983
3/1255/1 [1983] Roadworks in High StreetColour. March 1983
3/1255/2 [1983] Roadworks in High StreetColour. March 1983
3/1255/3 [1983] Roadworks in High StreetColour. March 1983
3/1255/4 [1983] Roadworks in High StreetColour. March 1983
3/1256/1 [1983] Looking across the fields from Batts HallColour. March 1983
3/1256/2 [1983] Looking across the fields from Batts HallColour. March 1983
3/1257/1 [1983] No 1707 High Street, Maddocks NewsagentsColour. March 1983
3/1257/2 [1983] Nos 1707 High Street - Knowle Church, Maddocks NewsagentsColour. March 1983
3/1257/3 [1983] Nos 1707 - 1713 High StreetColour. March 1983
Maddocks Newsagents, Windridge's Chemist, Monastery House, St. Anne's Cottage
3/1257/4 [1983] No 1707 High St - Guild HouseColour. March 1983
3/1258/1 [1983] Car park at rear of Milverton HouseColour. March 1983
3/1259/1 [1984] Brewhouse attached to No 12 Wilsons RoadColour. December 1984
3/1259/2 [1984] View down Wilsons Road showing the Brewhouse & Milverton CrescentColour. December 1984
3/1259/3 [1984] Front of Brewhouse from Wilsons RoadColour. December 1984
3/1259/4 [1984] Rear of Brewhouse attached to No 12 Wilsons Road. Washing on line.Colour. December 1984
3/1260/1 [1984] Knowle Society Christmas Tree looking towards churchColour. December 1984
3/1260/2 [1984] Knowle Society Christmas Tree from the Red LionColour
3/1260/3 [1984] Knowle Society Christmas Tree looking towards Eric Lyons butcher's shopColour
3/1261/1 [1984] Wilson family graveColour
3/1261/2 [1984] Wilson family graveColour
3/1262/1 [1984] Front of Norton Green FarmColour
3/1262/2 [1984] Side view of Norton Green FarmColour
3/1262/3 [1984] Side view of Norton Green FarmColour
3/1262/4 [1984] Norton Green Farm: Bedroom window & chimney potsColour
3/1262/5 [1984] Norton Green Farm: Dining room showing exposed ceiling beamsColour
3/1262/6 [1984] Norton Green Farm: Inglenook fireplaceColour
3/1262/7 [1984] Norton Green Farm: Inglenook fireplaceColour
3/1262/8 [1984] Norton Green Farm: Sitting room showing exposed ceiling beamColour
3/1262/9 [1984] Norton Green Farm: Sitting room showing exposed ceiling beamColour
3/1262/10 [1984] Norton Green Farm: StairwellColour
3/1262/11 [1984] Norton Green Farm: Bathroom showing exposed beamsColour
3/1262/12 [1984] Norton Green Farm: Bedroom showing exposed beamColour
3/1263/1 [1985] Mrs. Elaine Warner (Knowle Society) greeting the Mayor, Cllr Ronald Scannell, on his arrival2 May 1985. Colour.
3/1263/2 [1985] Mrs. Elaine Warner (Knowle Society) with the Mayor & Mayoress, Cllr & Mrs. Ronald Scannell.2 May 1985. Colour
3/1263/3 [1985] Dr. R.J. Bower, Mrs. Elaine Warner, Mrs. Valerie Morton, Cllr. Ronald Scannell2 May 1985. Colour
3/1263/4 [1985] Dr. R.J. Bower, Mrs. Scannell, Cllr. R. Scannell with members of the British Legion2 May 1985. Colour
British Legion flags.
3/1263/5 [1985] Dr. R.J. Bower, Mrs. Scannell, Cllr. R. Scannell with members of the British Legion2 May 1985. Colour
British Legion flags.
3/1263/6 [1985] Cllr & Mrs. Scannell with guests. Mrs. Stella Jarman RH bottom corner.2 May 1985. Colour
3/1263/7 [1985] Dr. R.J. Bower, Mrs. Scannell, Cllr. R. Scannell with members of the British Legion2 May 1985. Colour
British Legion flags.
3/1263/8 [1985] Dr. R.J. Bower giving his speech to guests. Mr. David Gimes behind Mrs. Scannell.2 May 1985. Colour
3/1263/9 [1985] Dr. R.J. Bower (Knowle Society) with the Mayor & Mayoress, Cllr & Mrs. Ronald Scannell.2 May 1985. Colour
3/1263/10 [1985] Wartime exhibition - guests2 May 1985. Colour
3/1263/11 [1985] Wartime exhibition - guests2 May 1985. Colour
3/1263/12 [1985] Wartime exhibition - guests2 May 1985. Colour
3/1263/13 [1985] Wartime exhibition - guests2 May 1985. Colour
3/1263/14 [1985] Wartime exhibition - guests2 May 1985. Colour
3/1263/15 [1985] Wartime exhibition - guests2 May 1985. Colour
3/1263/16 [1985] Wartime exhibition -guests including Mrs. Myfanwy Parsons2 May 1985. Colour
3/1263/17 [1985] Wartime exhibition guests including Mr. Kenneth Horne & Mrs. Eileen Arden2 May 1985. Colour
3/1263/18 [1985] Wartime exhibition guests2 May 1985. Colour
Mr. Kenneth Horne, Mrs. Eileen Arden, Mrs. Myfanwy Parsons, Mr. Alfred Vernon
3/1263/19 [1985] Wartime exhibition guests including Mrs. Ethel Hathaway2 May 1985. Colour
3/1263/20 [1985] Wartime exhibition - guests2 May 1985. Colour
3/1263/21 [1985] British Legion members including Mr. Alfred Vernon2 May 1985. Colour
3/1263/22 [1985] Cllr R. Scannell & Mrs. E. Warner, with Wartime Knowle Exhibition behind2 May 1985. Colour
3/1263/23 [1985] Wartime Knowle Exhibition: Names of those killed in the Great War & Second World War2 May 1985. Colour
3/1263/24 [1985] Guests viewing Wartime Knowle Exhibition2 May 1985. Colour
3/1263/25 [1985] Guests viewing Wartime Knowle Exhibition2 May 1985. Colour
3/1263/26 [1985] Guests viewing Wartime Knowle Exhibition2 May 1985. Colour
3/1264/1 [1985] Wilsons Arms Public House from Lodge RoadColour
3/1264/2 [1985] High Street looking towards Greswolde Arms Hotel & Chester HouseColour
Showing A-board advertising A.W. Lashford's (Butcher) sausages.
3/1264/3 [1985] Greswolde Arms Hotel, Nos 1659-61 High Street, Chester House Colour
3/1264/4 [1985] Nos 1659-1661 High StreetColour
Shops: Exchange Travel/Ellora Curry Centre/Shipways Estate Agents/Billy the Kid (children's clothes).
3/1264/5 [1985] Chester House, Nos 1671-1675 High StreetColour
Shops: Silverline Travel Centre/Richard Lukeman Fine Art.
3/1264/6 [1985] Side view of Chester House before construction of Greville CourtColour
3/1264/7 [1985] The CenotaphColour
3/1264/8 [1985] The CenotaphColour
3/1264/9 [1985] Berrow Homes, corner of Kenilworth Road & High StColour
3/1265/1 [1985] Ridge & furrow in a field behind Cook Close/Stripes HillColour
3/1265/2 [1985] Ridge & furrow in a field behind Cook Close/Stripes HillColour
3/1266/1 [1985] The church & Guild House in the snowColour
3/1267/1 [1986] The Brewhouse in process of demolition, adjacent No 12 Wilsons RoadColour
3/1267/2 [1986] The Brewhouse in process of demolition, adjacent No 12 Wilsons RoadColour
3/1268/1 [1986] Wilson's Arms showing Lodge Road junction with Warwick RoadColour
3/1268/2 [1986] Victoria Buildings, corner of Station Road/Lodge RoadColour
Shops: Turret Stores, R.K. Lyons Butcher, The Book Room.
3/1268/3 [1986] Victoria Buildings, corner of Station Road/Lodge RoadColour.
Shops: Turret Stores/R.K. Lyons Butcher/The Book Room.
3/1268/4 [1986] No 23 Station Road. Shops: Strachan Studio - Goodman's FurnitureColour
3/1268/5 [1986] Wrenson's Corner. Corner Station Road/Warwick Road. Milverton House on rightColour
3/1268/6 [1986] No 1644 High Street - Knowle Goldsmiths & residential cottageColour
3/1268/7 [1986] No 1626 High StreetColour
Shops: Shipways Estate Agents/Halifax Building Society/Opticians. Sign: Bank Hotel.
3/1268/8 [1986] No 1622 High St (Men's Institute) & Nos 1624-1628 High StreetColour
Shops: Bright Willis Estate Agents.
3/1268/9 [1986] No 1622 High St (Men's Institute) & Nos 1624-1628 High StreetColour
Shops: Bright Willis Estate Agents.
3/1268/10 [1986] Rear of No 1692 High Street, Soden's ButchersColour
3/1268/11 [1986] Nos 1707-1711 High Street. Shops: Maddocks Newsagents/Chemist. Monastery House.Colour
3/1268/12 [1986] No 1619 Warwick Road, before conversion to officesColour
3/1269/1 [1986] The Spinney & Warwick Road banK - Working Party 30 November 1986Colour.
Showing Dr. R. Bower, Mrs. E. Warner & Mrs. S. Jarman.
3/1269/2 [1986] The Spinney & Warwick Road bank - Working Party 30 November 1986Colour.
Showing Mrs. E. Warner.
3/1269/3 [1986] The Spinney & Warwick Road bank - Working Party 30 November 1986.Colour.
Showing Dr. R. Bower & Mars S. Jarman.
3/1269/4 [1986] The Spinney & Warwick Road bank. Working Party 30 November 1986.Colour.
Showing Dr R. Bower & Mrs E. Warner.
3/1270/1 [1987] Dismantling the Christmas TreeColour.
6 January 1987.
3/1270/2 [1987] Dismantling the Christmas TreeColour.
6 January 1987.
3/1271/1 [1987] Hampton Road loop near Waterfield FarmColour.
6 January 1987.
3/1272/1 [1987] Yew Tree Cottage, No 1405b Warwick Road, Copt HeathColour. Currently known as Keeper's Cottage.
Garden clearance & demolition of the yew tree.
3/1272/2 [1987] Yew Tree Cottage, No 1405b Warwick Road, Copt HeathColour. Currently known as Keeper's Cottage.
Garden clearance & demolition of the yew tree. January 1987
3/1272/3 [1987] Yew Tree Cottage, No 1405b Warwick Road, Copt HeathColour. Currently known as Keeper's Cottage.
Garden clearance & demolition of the yew tree. January 1987.
3/1272/4 [1987] Yew Tree Cottage, No 1405b Warwick Road, Copt HeathColour. Currently known as Keeper's Cottage.
Garden clearance & demolition of the yew tree. January 1987.
3/1272/5 [1987] Yew Tree Cottage, No 1405b Warwick Road, Copt HeathColour. Currently known as Keeper's Cottage.
Garden clearance & demolition of the yew tree. January 1987.
3/1272/6 [1987] Yew Tree Cottage, No 1405B Warwick Road, Copt HeathColour. Currently known as Keeper's Cottage.
Showing the stump of the demolished yew tree. January 1987.
3/1272/7 [1987] Yew Tree Cottage, No 1405B Warwick Road, Copt HeathColour. Currently known as Keeper's Cottage.
January 1987.
3/1273/1 [1987] Yew Tree Cottage, No 1405b Warwick Road, Copt HeathColour. Currently known as Keeper's Cottage.
Internal view.
3/1273/2 [1987] Yew Tree Cottage, No 1405b Warwick Road, Copt HeathColour. Currently known as Keeper's Cottage.
Internal view.
3/1273/3 [1987] Yew Tree Cottage, No 1405b Warwick Road, Copt HeathColour. Currently known as Keeper's Cottage
Internal view.
3/1273/4 [1987] Yew Tree Cottage, No 1405b Warwick Road, Copt HeathColour. Currently known as Keeper's Cottage.
Internal view.
3/1273/5 [1987] Yew Tree Cottage, No 1405b Warwick Road, Copt HeathColour. Currently known as Keeper's Cottage.
Internal view.
3/1273/6 [1987] Yew Tree Cottage, No 1405b Warwick Road, Copt HeathColour. Currently known as Keeper's Cottage.
Internal view.
3/1274/1 [1987] Knowle Society meetingColour.
4 February 1987
3/1274/2 [1987] Knowle Society meetingColour.
4 February 1987.
3/1274/3 [1987] Knowle Society meetingColour.
4 February 1987.
3/1274/4 [1987] Knowle Society meetingColour.
4 February 1987.
3/1274/5 [1987] Knowle Society meetingColour.
4 February 1987.
3/1275/1 [1987] Copt Heath: Replacement of elm avenue with forest trees (following Dutch elm disease)Colour
3/1276/1 [1987] Walkway, Browns Lane EstateColour
3/1276/2 [1987] The pond, Browns Lane EstateColour. At Knowle Society's suggestion the pond was retained when the new estate was built
3/1276/3 [1987] The pond, Browns Lane EstateColour. At Knowle Society's suggestion the pond was retained when the new estate was built
3/1277/1 [1987] Paterson Court from the Children's FieldColour
3/1278/1 [1987] Wash house at the rear of Wool & Card shop, No 1678 High StreetColour
3/1278/2 [1987] Wash house at the rear of Wool & Card shop, No 1678 High StreetColour
3/1279/1 [1987] Entrance to Football Club, Hampton LaneColour. Copper beech planted by Knowle Society
3/1279/2 [1987] Red Lion Car ParkColour. Purple beech hedging
3/1279/3 [1987] Knowle Village HallColour. Cedar planted on the grass at the front.
3/1279/4 [1987] Rear of the Bank HouseColour. Evergreen oak & Silver birch
3/1279/5 [1987] View from Red Lion Carpark towards the Bowling GreenColour.
Shows trees silhoutted against the sky.
3/1280/1 [1987] New build offices at 23 Station RoadColour.
Formerly Goodman's Furniture/Strachan Studio shop.
3/1281/1 [1987] 'The Parade', corner of Station Road & Warwick RoadColour.
Banks: Lloyds Bank Ltd, Barclays Bank. Shop: Barbara of London.
3/1281/2 [1987] 'The Parade', corner of Station Road & Warwick RoadColour.
Banks: Lloyds Bank Ltd, Barclays Bank. Shop: Barbara of London.
3/1282/1 [1987] Kixley Barn/The Old Barn House, corner of Kixley Lane & Kenilworth RoadColour
3/1283/1 [2000] Grimshaw Hall Colour
3/1283/2 [2000] Grimshaw Hall Colour
3/1283/3 [2000] Grimshaw Hall Colour
3/1283/4 [2003] Grimshaw Hall - Interior: Writing on windowsColour
3/1283/5 [2003] Grimshaw Hall - Interior: Writing on windowsColour
3/1283/6 [2003] Grimshaw Hall - Interior: Living roomColour
3/1283/7 [2003] Grimshaw Hall - Interior: Living roomColour
3/1283/8 [2003] Grimshaw Hall - Interior: Living roomColour. The picture on the easel is a print of 'Lady Agnew of Lochnaw' by John Singer Sargent. The original hangs in the National Gallery of Scotland.
3/1283/9 [2003] Grimshaw Hall - Interior: Living roomColour
3/1283/10 [2003] Grimshaw Hall - Interior: Living roomColour
3/1283/11 [2003] Grimshaw Hall - Interior: Living roomColour
3/1283/12 [2003] Grimshaw Hall - Interior: Living roomColour
3/1283/13 [2003] Grimshaw Hall - Interior: Living roomColour
3/1283/14 [2003] Grimshaw Hall - Interior: StaircaseColour
3/1283/15 [2003] Grimshaw Hall - Interior: StaircaseColour
3/1283/16 [2003] Grimshaw Hall - Interior: StaircaseColour
3/1283/17 [2003] Grimshaw Hall - Interior: StaircaseColour
3/1283/18 [2003] Grimshaw Hall - Interior: StaircaseColour
3/1283/19 [2003] Grimshaw Hall - Interior: Bed roomColour
3/1283/20 [2003] Grimshaw Hall - Interior: Bed roomColour
3/1283/21 [2003] Grimshaw Hall - Interior: Bed roomColour
3/1283/22 [2003] Grimshaw Hall - Interior: Bed roomColour
3/1283/23 [2003] Grimshaw Hall - Interior: Bed roomColour
3/1283/24 [2003] Grimshaw Hall - Interior: FireplaceColour
3/1284/1 [1995] Wartime Knowle Exhibition - displayColour
3/1284/2 [1995] Wartime Knowle Exhibition - displayColour
3/1284/3 [1995] Wartime Knowle Exhibition - displayColour
3/1284/4 [1995] Wartime Knowle Exhibition - displayColour
3/1284/5 [1995] Wartime Knowle Exhibition - displayColour
3/1284/6 [1995] Wartime Knowle Exhibition - Dr Bower and British Legion representativesColour
3/1284/7 [1995] Wartime Knowle Exhibition - guests: Elizabeth Stanley and Les Kyles in foregroundColour
3/1285/1 [1995] VE/VJ Day 50th anniversary celebrations: showing Dr And Mrs Bower, Elizabeth StanleyColour
3/1285/2 [1995] VE/VJ Day 50th anniversary celebrationsColour
3/1286/1 [2002] Golden Jubilee Celebrations in High Street: Morris DancersColour
3/1286/2 [2002] Golden Jubilee Celebrations in High Street: Sea ScoutsColour
3/1286/3 [2002] Golden Jubilee Celebrations in High Street: actors in period costumeColour
3/1286/4 [2002] Golden Jubilee Celebrations in High Street: Knowle SinfoniaColour
3/1286/5 [2002] Golden Jubilee Celebrations in High Street: NSPAA stallColour
3/1286/6 [2002] Golden Jubilee Celebrations in High Street: RNLI LifeboatColour
3/1286/7 [2002] Golden Jubilee Celebrations in High Street: bouncy castle outside Chester HouseColour
3/1286/8 [2002] Golden Jubilee Celebrations in High Street: Ye Olde Knowle Bowling Club stallColour
3/1286/9 [2002] Golden Jubilee Celebrations in High Street: Punch & JudyColour
3/1286/10 [2002] Golden Jubilee Celebrations in High Street: Stilt WalkerColour
3/1286/11 [2002] Golden Jubilee Celebrations in High Street: Knowle Society gazebo on the greenColour
3/1286/12 [2002] Golden Jubilee Celebrations in High Street: Knowle Society gazebo on the greenColour
Gary Masters, Leighton Jones, Lady Mayoress.
3/1286/13 [2002] Golden Jubilee Celebrations in High Street: outside Curtis'sColour
3/1286/14 [2002] Golden Jubilee Celebrations in High Street: outside Curtis's with members of Curtis familyColour
3/1286/15 [2002] Golden Jubilee Celebrations in High Street: outside Guild HouseColour
3/1286/16 [2002] Golden Jubilee Celebrations in High StreetColour
3/1286/17 [2002] Golden Jubilee Celebrations in High Street: wedding car preceded by 'Town Crier', Phil VinceColour
3/1286/18 [2002] Golden Jubilee Celebrations in High Street: Knowle Society gazeboColour.
Susan Trucchi, Sandra Lea, Gary Masters, Leighton Phillips and Phil Vince.
3/1287/1 Bowling GreenColour
3/1287/2 [1994] Bowling GreenColour
3/1287/3 Bowling GreenColour
3/1287/4 Bowling GreenColour
3/1287/5 Bowling GreenColour
3/1288/1 [1994] Greswolde Arms HotelColour
3/1288/2 [1994] Greswolde Arms HotelColour
3/1288/3 [1996] Greswolde Arms HotelColour
3/1288/4 Flower display outside the Greswolde ArmsColour
3/1288/5 [1996] Flower display outside the Greswolde ArmsColour.
Knowle Precinct entrance, Casson and Toni's.
3/1289/1 Lloyds Bank, Station Rd - For SaleColour
3/1289/2 Lloyds Bank, Station Road showing gargoyle detailColour
3/1290/1 [1996] Lloyds Bank, High StColour
3/1292/1 Flower basket outside Minits, Knowle Goldsmiths and PalmersColour
3/1293/1 Flower basket outside MinitsColour
3/1294/1 Flower basket outside Chester HouseColour
3/1295/1 [2002] Red LionColour
3/1295/2 [2002] Red Lion fireplaceColour
3/1295/3 Red Lion SignColour
3/1296/1 Chester House Knot GardenColour
3/1297/1 [1987] Knowle Society Silver Jubilee Awards - Platform partyColour.
Includes Iain Mills MP, Cllr D Holl Allen, Dr R J Bower, Rev S Seamer
3/1298/1 [1987] Knowle Society Silver Jubilee Awards - Award WinnersColour
3/1298/2 [1987] Knowle Society Silver Jubilee Awards - Award WinnersColour
3/1298/3 [1987] Knowle Society Silver Jubilee Awards - Award WinnersColour
3/1298/4 [1987] Knowle Society Silver Jubilee Awards - Award WinnersColour
3/1298/5 [1987] Knowle Society Silver Jubilee Awards - Award WinnersColour
3/1298/6 [1987] Knowle Society Silver Jubilee Awards - Award WinnersColour
3/1298/7 [1987] Knowle Society Silver Jubilee Awards - Award WinnersColour
3/1298/8 [1987] Knowle Society Silver Jubilee Awards - Award WinnersColour
3/1298/9 [1987] Knowle Society Silver Jubilee Awards - Award WinnersColour
3/1298/10 [1987] Knowle Society Silver Jubilee Awards - Award WinnersColour
3/1298/11 [1987] Knowle Society Silver Jubilee Awards - Award WinnersColour
3/1298/12 [1987] Knowle Society Silver Jubilee Awards - Award WinnersColour
3/1298/13 [1987] Knowle Society Silver Jubilee Awards - Award WinnersColour
3/1298/14 [1987] Knowle Society Silver Jubilee Awards - Award WinnersColour
3/1298/15 [1987] Knowle Society Silver Jubilee Awards - Award WinnersColour
3/1299/1 [1987] Knowle Society Silver Jubilee Awards - GuestsColour
3/1299/2 [1987] Knowle Society Silver Jubilee Awards - GuestsColour
3/1299/3 [1987] Knowle Society Silver Jubilee Awards - GuestsColour
3/1300/1 [1987] Knowle Society 1962-87: Commemorative cakeColour
3/1300/2 [1987] Knowle Society 1962-87: Commemorative cakeColour
3/1300/3 [1987] Knowle Society 1962-87: Commemorative cakeColour.
Cllr D Holl Allen and Dr R J Bower
3/1301/1 [1987] Mrs Joseph sitting on commemorative seat to Basil Joseph, Knowle Society memberColour.
Seat inscribed 'Remember Basil Joseph 1986 - Donated by the Knowle Society'
3/1301/2 [1987] Mrs Joseph sitting on commemorative seat to Basil Joseph, Knowle Society memberColour.
Seat inscribed 'Remember Basil Joseph 1986 - Donated by the Knowle Society'
3/1301/3 [1987] Mrs Joseph & Dr R J Bower sitting on commemorative seatColour.
Seat inscribed 'Remember Basil Joseph 1986 - Donated by the Knowle Society'
3/1301/4 [1987] Basil Joseph's commemorative seatB & W.
Seat inscribed 'Remember Basil Joseph 1986 - Donated by the Knowle Society'
3/1302/1 [1987] Wilsons Arms during alterationsColour
3/1303/1 [1987] Cowslip Field near Wychwood AvenueColour
3/1303/2 [1987] Cowslip Field near Wychwood AvenueColour
3/1304/1 [1987] Footpath, Hampton LaneColour
3/1304/2 [1987] Footpath, Hampton LaneColour
3/1305/1 [1987] Canal from Kixley BridgeColour
3/1306/1 [1987] Footpath through ChurchyardColour
3/1307/1 [1987] Church roof replacementColour
3/1307/2 [1987] Church roof replacementColour
3/1307/3 [1987] Church roof replacementColour
3/1308/1 [1987] Aerial view from Church tower towards Berrow HomesColour
3/1308/2 [1987] Aerial view from Church tower towards Arden SchoolColour
3/1308/3 [1987] Aerial view from Church tower looking northColour
3/1308/4 [1987] Aerial view from Church tower towards ParkColour
3/1308/5 [1987] Aerial view from Church tower towards Kenilworth RoadColour
3/1308/6 [1987] Aerial view from Church tower towards High StreetColour
3/1308/7 [1987] Aerial view from Church tower towards Library Car ParkColour
3/1309/1 [1987] Turret Stores, Station RoadColour
3/1310/1 [1987] Chester House from rear prior to Greville Court developmentColour
3/1311/1 [1986] 159 Station RoadColour
3/1312/1 [1987] Station Road/ High Street corner Colour.
Showing Midland Copiers Business Systems and Bangal Restaurant
3/1313/1 [1987] Station Road/ High Street corner Colour.
Showing Barclays Bank and Lloyds Bank
3/1314/1 [1987] Planting of Walnut Tree, St John's CloseColour
3/1314/2 [1987] Planting of Walnut Tree, St John's CloseColour
3/1315/1 [1987] Jet petrol stationColour
3/1315/2 [1987] Jet petrol stationColour
3/1315/3 [1987] Jet petrol stationColour
3/1316/1 [1987] High StreetColour.
Showing Knowle Photographic.
3/1317/1 [1987] Yew Tree CottageColour
3/1317/2 [1987] Yew Tree Cottage groundsColour
3/1318/1 [1987] Cook CloseColour
3/1319/1 [1987] Tiddlewink Barn, Grove FarmColour
3/1319/2 [1987] Tiddlewink Barn, Grove FarmColour
3/1320/1 [1987] 1619 Warwick RdColour
3/1320/2 [1987] 1619 Warwick RdColour
3/1321/1 [1987] Presentation to Dr R J Bower for 25 years service as Chairman of Knowle SocietyColour
3/1321/2 [1987] Presentation to Dr R J Bower for 25 years service as Chairman of Knowle SocietyColour.
Shows Mrs M J Bower & Stella Jarman
3/1321/3 [1987] Presentation to Dr R J Bower for 25 years service as Chairman of Knowle SocietyColour.
Shows Dr R J Bower and Myffy Parsons
3/1322/1 [1987] Shops in High StreetColour.
Shows Tony Letterese, Toffs, Morton's Newsagents, Graham Lovesey, Billy the Kid
3/1322/2 [1988] Shops in High StreetColour.
Shows Toffs & Morton's Newsagents
3/1323/1 Guild HouseColour
3/1324/1 Chester House AntiquesColour.
Building with supporting props
3/1325/1 [1963] Dell Farm demolitionColour
3/1326/1 [1971] View from Jobs Close to Tilehouse Green Lane and Burton's FarmColour
3/1327/1 [1973] View from Church Tower across Junior School to FillongleyColour
3/1328/1 [1973] View from Church Tower looking north Colour.
Solihull Church and the Rotunda just visible
3/1329/1 [1973] Milverton Farm BarnsColour
3/1330/1 [1967] 1606 High St demolitionColour.
Showing Bettawalls and old road direction sign
3/1331/1 Melvin Poel and Thackery shopsColour
3/1332/1 The Gallery RestaurantColour
3/1333/1 [1968] Rear of Bethell & Johnson latterly Bright WillisColour.
During early development
3/1333/2 [1968] Rear of Bank HouseColour.
During early development
3/1334/1 [1984] Maddocks NewsagentsColour
3/1335/1 Curtis's shops Colour.
Taken from upper storey across High Street.
3/1335/2 High Street showing Fen End Nurseries, Arden Jewellers, La Boutique going down to Chester HouseColour
3/1335/3 High Streets showing Billy the Kid and David Stewart (Halifax BS)Colour
3/1335/4 High Street showing The Village PantryColour
3/1336/1 [1970] Daffodils and bluebells in the Spinney, Warwick RoadColour
3/1336/2 [1982] The Spinney, Warwick RoadColour
3/1336/3 [1982] The Spinney, Warwick RoadColour
3/1336/4 The Spinney, Warwick RoadColour
3/1337/1 [1977] Jubilee Tree PlantingColour
3/1337/2 [1977] Jubilee Tree PlantingColour
3/1337/3 [1977] Jubilee Tree PlantingColour
3/1338/1 Elm Tree, Barcheston RoadColour
3/1339/1 [1973] Milverton barnsColour
3/1340/1 [1975] Orchids in the Nature ReserveColour
3/1340/2 [1975] Marsh Marigolds in the Nature ReserveColour
3/1341/1 [1989] Woodland near Wychwood AvenueColour
3/1342/1 [1983] Kixley Lane beyond the bridgeColour
3/1342/2 Kixley Lane BridgeColour
3/1343/1 [2002] Canal at Knowle WharfColour
3/1343/2 [2002] Canal at Kenilworth Road showing Towpath Walk signColour
3/1344/1 [1989] Grove Farm, Jacobean LaneColour
3/1345/1 [1989] Lansdowne FarmColour
3/1346/1 [1989] Cuttlepool Farm BarnColour
3/1346/2 [1989] Cuttlepool Farm BarnColour
3/1347/1 HarvestingColour
3/1348/1 Greswolde Hotel SignColour
3/1349/1 Wilsons Arms SignColour
3/1349/2 Wilsons Arms Colour
3/1350/1 Elvers Green Lane FordColour
3/1350/2 Elvers Green Lane FordColour
3/1350/3 [2002] Elvers Green Lane FordColour
3/1350/4 [2002] Elvers Green LaneColour
3/1350/5 [2002] Elvers Green Lane BridgeColour
3/1351/1 Linwood Lodge, Warwick RoadColour
3/1352/1 [1970] Rear of Artillery CottagesColour
3/1353/1 [1973] Police StationColour
3/1354/1 Station RoadColour
3/1354/2 32-38 Station Road. Grove PlaceColour
3/1355/1 [1989] Knowle Festival. Knowle Society FloatColour
3/1355/2 [1989] Knowle Festival. Knowle Society FloatColour
3/1356/1 [1980] Knowle Festival. Knowle Society FloatColour
3/1356/2 [1980] Knowle Festival. Knowle Society FloatColour
3/1356/3 [1980] Knowle Festival. Knowle Society FloatColour
3/1357/1 [1978] Chester HouseColour
3/1358/1 High Street showing Chester House and Greswolde ArmsColour
3/1358/2 High Street showing shop adjacent to former Post OfficeColour
3/1359/1 Allotment rear of Bay TreeColour
3/1360/1 Rear of Wool ShopColour
3/1361/1 Rookery Fence. Station Road/St Johns CloseColour
3/1362/1 5 Kenilworth RoadColour
3/1363/1 Windridges ChemistColour
3/1364/1 Old SurgeryColour
3/1365/1 [1980] Aerial view from Church tower looking across Junior SchoolColour
3/1365/2 [1980] Aerial view from Church tower looking down Kenilworth RoadColour
3/1365/3 [1980] Aerial view from Church towerColour
Showing new verger's cottage and rear of Kimbells Walk development.
3/1366/1 [1979] Gilbys Inn latterly Bridgewater Hotel and Heron's NestColour
3/1367/1 Waterfield FarmColour
3/1368/1 Wilsons RowColour
3/1369/1 [2002] Millennium PostColour
3/1369/2 [2002] Millennium PostColour
3/1369/3 [2002] Millennium PostColour
3/1370/1 Local History CentreColour
3/1371/1 Norton Green FarmColour
3/1371/2 Norton Green FarmColour
3/1371/3 Norton Green FarmColour
3/1371/4 Norton Green Farm BarnColour
3/1371/5 Norton Green Farm. InsideColour
3/1372/1 [1978] Conservation FairB & W.
Stamped copyright to Solihull News
3/1373/1 [1980] Festival ExhibitionB & W.
Stamped copyright to Solihull News
3/1374/1 [1980] Cowslip RescueB & W.
Stamped copyright to Solihull News
3/1375/1 [1978] Nature Reserve - with Miranda the DonkeyB & W.
Stamped copyright to Solihull News
3/1376/1 [1972] Knowle Society's 10th BirthdayB & W.
Shows Dr Bower, Myffy Parsons, Stella Jarman, Basil Joseph
3/1377/1 Chester House Civic Trust AwardB & W.
Stamped copyright to Bham Post & Mail
3/1378/1 Chester House SeatB & W.
Stamped copyright to Solihull News
3/1379/1 [1979] Peter Davy, Auctioneer for KS Book Sale & AuctionB & W.
Stamped copyright to Solihull News
3/1381/1 Rotten Row Barn from Warwick RoadColour.
Before development
3/1381/2 Rotten Row Barn from farmyardColour.
Before development
3/1381/3 Rotten Row Barn from farmyardColour.
Before development
3/1381/4 Rotten Row Barn from farmyardColour.
Before development
3/1381/5 Rotten Row Barn from farmyardColour.
Before development
3/1381/6 Rotten Row Barn internal viewColour.
Before development
3/1381/7 Rotten Row Barn internal viewColour.
Before development
3/1381/8 Rotten Row Barn showing sheep pensColour
3/1381/9 Rotten Row Barn Colour
3/1381/10 Rotten Row Barn Colour
3/1382/1 [1988] Waterfield FarmColour
3/1382/2 [1988] Waterfield Farm from loop roadColour
3/1383/1 [1981] Footpath between Churchyard/SchoolColour
3/1383/2 [1981] Footpath entrance to ParkColour
3/1383/3 [1981] Footpath around pond in ParkColour
3/1383/4 [1981] Footpath between Kixley Lane and Hampton RoadColour
3/1383/5 [1981] Footpath between Kixley Lane and Hampton RoadColour
3/1383/6 [1981] Footpath Tilehouse Green Lane/WidneyRoad cornerColour
3/1384/1 [1988] Stripes Hill showing footpath signColour
3/1384/2 [1988] Stripes Hill BarnColour
3/1385/1 [1988] Stripes Hill Nursery (Wyndley) Pet FoodsColour
3/1385/2 [1990] Knowle Garden Centre (Wyndley)Colour
3/1385/3 [1990] Knowle Garden Centre (Wyndley)Colour
3/1386/1 [1984] Brewhouse, Kenilworth RoadColour
3/1387/1 [1984] Collins, Son & Harvey, Estate AgentsColour
3/1388/1 [1984] Wool shop, The SquareColour
3/1389/1 [1987] R K Lyons - family butcher, Station RoadColour
3/1390/1 [1988] Curtis's BakeryColour
3/1390/2 [1988] Curtis's Bakery - detail of front doorColour
3/1390/3 [1988] Curtis's Bakery & Knowle PhotographicColour
3/1391/1 [1988] Wilsons Arms SignColour
3/1391/2 [1990] Wilsons Arms wall plaqueColour
3/1392/1 [1988] Greville Court - Savoir Fayre & Ideal Dry Cleaners, Colour
3/1392/2 [1988] Greville Court - Flair Interiors & KestertonsColour
3/1393/1 [1988] Ideal Dry Cleaners, Harris & Rowley JewellersColour
3/1393/2 [1988] Hogg Robinson Travel & Flair InteriorsColour
3/1393/3 [1988] Post Office, S Hiscox, Dixons, Ideal Dry Cleaners, Harris Shoes & Rowley JewellersColour
3/1393/4 [1988] High Street looking northColour
3/1393/5 [1989] Harris Shoes InteriorColour.
Showing interior beam
3/1394/1 [1988] Croft House, Station Road - Imagine shop (Simon Paul)Colour
3/1395/1 [1990] Bridgewater Hotel (Heron's Nest)Colour
3/1395/2 [1990] Bridgewater Hotel (Heron's Nest)Colour
3/1396/1 [1990] High Street showing Ritz Video and Kimbells WalkColour
3/1396/2 [1990] High Street showing Kimbells WalkColour
3/1396/3 [1990] High Street showing Lukemans, Post Office, SmartysColour
3/1396/4 [1990] High Street showing Greswolde Arms, Hogg Robinson, Ellora, Flair InteriorsColour
3/1397/1 [1990] The Causeway, 1343 Warwick RoadColour.
During modification
3/1398/1 [1990] Chadwick End NurseryColour
3/1399/1 [1990] Middlefield CottagesColour.
Showing satellite dish!
3/1400/1 [1990] Greswolde Arms HotelColour.
Also Hogg Robinson
3/1401/1 [1990] Knowle Village HallColour
3/1402/1 Curtis's Bakery InteriorColour
3/1402/2 Curtis's Bakery InteriorColour
3/1402/3 Curtis's Bakery InteriorColour
3/1402/4 Curtis's Bakery InteriorColour
3/1402/5 Curtis's Bakery InteriorColour
3/1403/1 [1991] War Memorial Armistice DayColour
3/1404/1 [1989] Yew Tree CottageColour
3/1404/2 [1989] Yew Tree CottageColour
3/1404/3 [1989] Yew Tree CottageColour
3/1404/4 [1989] Yew Tree CottageColour
3/1405/1 [1989] Site of new Church HallColour
3/1405/2 [1989] Site of new Church HallColour
3/1405/3 [1989] Site of new Church HallColour
3/1405/4 [1989] Site of new Church HallColour
3/1406/1 Elvers Green FordColour
3/1406/2 [1987] Elvers Green Ford in winterColour
3/1406/3 [1987] Elvers Green Ford in winterColour
3/1406/4 Elvers Green FordColour
3/1407/1 [1989] Wychwood Road/Warwick Road RoundaboutColour
3/1407/2 [1989] Wychwood Road/Warwick Road RoundaboutColour
3/1408/1 [1990] Tesco's Car ParkColour
3/1409/1 [1987] Grove Farm barns, Grove RoadColour
3/1409/2 [1987] Grove Farm barns, Grove RoadColour
3/1409/3 [1987] Grove Farm barns, Grove RoadColour
3/1409/4 [1987] Grove Farm barns, Grove RoadColour
3/1409/5 [1987] Grove Farm barns, Grove RoadColour
3/1409/6 Grove Farm barns, Grove Road. Small barnColour
3/1409/7 Grove Farm barns, Grove RoadColour
3/1409/8 Grove Farm barns, Grove RoadColour
3/1409/9 Grove Farm barns, Grove RoadColour
3/1409/10 Grove Farm barns, Grove RoadColour
3/1409/11 [1985] Grove Farm barns, Grove Road. Cattle yardColour
Grove Farm Cattle Yard with Charolais Bull, Grove Road, Knowle (Mrs Davey (sic). Photo by Stella Jarman 26.2.85
3/1409/12 Grove Farm barns, Grove Road. InteriorColour
3/1410/1 Elvers Green Farm Colour
3/1410/2 Elvers Green Farm StablesColour
3/1411/1 Springfield FarmColour
3/1411/2 Springfield FarmColour
3/1412/1 Waterfield FarmColour
3/1412/2 Waterfield FarmColour
3/1413/1 Kixley BarnColour
3/1414/1 Grove Farm, Jacobean LaneColour
3/1414/2 Grove Farm, Jacobean LaneColour
3/1414/3 Grove Farm, Jacobean Lane. Colour
3/1414/4 Grove Farm barn, Grove Road, KnowleColour
Earlier reference in description to 'Grove Farm, Jacobean Lane. Interior showing pulley wheel' deleted and replaced by current description. Subject changed from Grove Farm (Jacobean Lane) to Grve Farm (Grove Road).
3/1415/1 Cuttlepool FarmColour
3/1415/2 Cuttlepool FarmColour
3/1415/3 Cuttlepool FarmColour
3/1416/1 Norton Green FarmColour
3/1417/1 Dial HouseColour
3/1417/2 Dial HouseColour
3/1418/1 Pear Tree FarmColour
3/1419/1 Longdon HouseColour.
The medieval barn collapsed Feb 1985
3/1420/1 Norton Green LaneColour
3/1420/2 Norton Green LaneColour
3/1420/3 Norton Green LaneColour
3/1421/1 Manor FarmColour
3/1422/1 [1989] High Street showing GA Property Services, John Pearce holdings, Dillon InsuranceColour
3/1422/2 [1989] High Street showing Precinct entrance, Casson, Bumpsadaisy, ChloeColour
3/1422/3 [1989] High Street showing Bilash, Jade palaceColour
3/1422/4 [1989] High Street showing Coventry Building Society, Mad Hatters Tea Room Colour
3/1422/5 [1989] High Street showing Midland BankColour
3/1422/6 [1989] High Street showing Bank Hotel, Shipways, Halifax Building Society, Greys Opticians,Colour
3/1422/7 [1989] High Street showing Studio Four, Status Quo, She hairdressers, The Bay TreeColour
3/1422/8 [1989] High Street showing Mister Minit, Knowle Goldsmiths, Studio FourColour
3/1422/9 [1989] High Street showing J & O Cameron, Maiden's hardware, Mister MinitColour
3/1422/10 [1989] High Street showing Covent Garden, Latymer HouseColour
3/1422/11 [1989] High Street showing Curtis Electrical, Dillons, Covent GardenColour
3/1422/12 [1989] High Street showing Eric Lyons, Chare & SonsColour
3/1422/13 [1989] High Street showing Red LionColour
3/1422/14 [1989] High Street showing UK Barbers, Open Fire CentreColour
3/1422/15 [1989] High Street showing Vanessa fashion shop, Curtis's bakeryColour
3/1422/16 [1989] High Street showing Ritz Video, Princess Kitchens, Sheldon FloristColour
3/1422/17 [1989] High Street showing Smarty's fashions, Sieglinde Hiscox, Dixons Estate AgentsColour
3/1422/18 [1989] High Street showing Antique shop, Post OfficeColour
3/1422/19 [1989] High Street showing Richard Lukeman Fine ArtColour
3/1422/20 [1989] High Street showing Chester HouseColour
3/1422/21 [1989] High Street showing Hogg Robinson, Ellora, Flair InteriorsColour
3/1422/22 [1989] High Street showing Greswolde ArmsColour
3/1423/1 [1989] Station Road showing Barclays BankColour
3/1423/2 [1989] Station Road showing Phillips AuctioneersColour
3/1424/1 [1989] The Square showing the ChurchColour
3/1424/2 [1989] The Square showing the Guild House and WindridgesColour
3/1424/3 [1989] The Square showing Maddocks, WindridgesColour
3/1425/1 [1989] Milverton HouseColour
3/1426/1 Rifle trophy found at Mens InstituteB & W.
2 copies.
Shows David G Lewis, Mick Hogan, Rev J V F Rusher. Found under floorboards
3/1427/1 [1987] Wilsons Arms - before extensionColour
3/1427/2 [1987] Wilsons Arms - after extensionColour
3/1428/1 [2000] High Street/Briskers Court showing John Shepherd, Blockbusters, Travel AgencyColour
3/1428/2 [2000] High Street showing Café Saffron, Bratz Childens wear and Theo GeorgioColour
3/1428/3 [2000] High Street from Sieglinde Hiscox to Greswolde Arms and ShipwaysColour
3/1428/4 [2000] High Street - The Bank Hotel building containing Shipways and The VaultsColour
3/1428/5 [2002] High Street - Phaze 2, Sieglinde Hiscox, Travel Agents, Brisker CourtColour
3/1428/6 [1993] Toni Letterese HairdressersColour
3/1428/7 [1991] Bay Tree Wholefoods development, The Vaults wall signColour
3/1428/8 [1993] The Vaults with banner 'CAMRA Winners1992/93'Colour
3/1428/9 [2002] HSBC Bank formerly Midland BankColour
3/1428/10 [1992] Curtis's BakeryColour
3/1428/11 [2002] Knowle GoldsmithsColour
3/1428/12 Ripples SignColour
3/1428/13 Blockbuster SignColour
3/1429/1 [2000] Greville Court. Showing Ideal Cleaners and Limited EditionsColour
3/1429/2 [2000] Greville Court. Showing Limited EditionsColour
3/1429/3 [2000] Greville Court. Showing rear of John HewinsColour
3/1429/4 [2002] Greville Court. John HewinsColour
3/1430/1 [2002] Wilsons ArmsColour
3/1431/1 Melox Marvels dog food sign on wall. Station Rd over Dorridge AutosColour
3/1432/1 Hollands Windmill - Floor decorationColour
3/1433/1 Chapel as Knowle Indian BrasserieColour
3/1434/1 Dykes Cottage, 151 Station RoadColour
3/1434/2 Dykes Cottage, 151 Station RoadColour
3/1434/3 Dykes Cottage, 151 Station RoadColour
3/1435/1 Reginald Blakemore's grave in FranceColour
3/1436/1 [1994] Haymaking at the Nature ReserveColour
3/1437/1 [2001] Sodens Butchers Shop from streetColour
3/1437/2 [2001] Sodens Butchers Shop from streetColour
3/1437/3 [2001] Sodens Butchers Shop courtyard - Reg SmithColour
3/1437/4 [2001] Sodens Butchers Shop courtyardColour
3/1437/5 [2001] Sodens Butchers Shop courtyardColour
3/1437/6 [2001] Sodens Butchers Shop courtyardColour
3/1437/7 [2001] Sodens Butchers Shop courtyardColour
3/1437/8 [2001] Sodens Butchers Shop rearColour
3/1437/9 [2001] Sodens Butchers Shop rearColour
3/1437/10 [2001] Sodens Butchers Shop rearColour
3/1437/11 [2001] Sodens Butchers Shop rearColour
3/1437/12 [2001] Sodens Butchers Shop: Interior showing Fred SmithColour
3/1437/13 [2001] Sodens Butchers Shop: Interior Colour
3/1437/14 [2001] Sodens Butchers Shop: Interior showing scalesColour
3/1437/15 [2001] Sodens Butchers Shop: Interior showing price listColour
3/1437/16 [2001] Sodens Butchers Shop: Interior showing cash tillColour
3/1437/17 [2001] Sodens Butchers Shop: Back roomsColour
3/1437/18 [2001] Sodens Butchers Shop: Back roomsColour
3/1437/19 [2001] Sodens Butchers Shop: Back roomsColour
3/1437/20 [2001] Sodens Butchers Shop: Back roomsColour
3/1437/21 [2001] Sodens Butchers Shop: Back roomsColour
3/1437/22 [2001] Sodens Butchers Shop: Back roomsColour
3/1437/23 [2001] Sodens Butchers Shop development after closureColour
3/1437/24 [2001] Sodens Butchers Shop development after closureColour
3/1438/1 [2001] Maddocks Newsagents: showing Maddocks familyColour
3/1438/2 [2001] Maddocks Newsagents: InteriorColour
3/1438/3 [2001] Maddocks Newsagents: InteriorColour
3/1438/4 [2001] Maddocks Newsagents: InteriorColour
3/1438/5 [2001] Maddocks Newsagents: InteriorColour
3/1438/6 [2001] Maddocks Newsagents: InteriorColour
3/1438/7 [2001] Maddocks Newsagents: InteriorColour
3/1438/8 [2001] Maddocks Newsagents: ExteriorColour
3/1439/1 [2002] Knowle Card Shop formerly Wool Shop; To Let sign on wallColour
3/1439/2 [1992] Knowle Card Shop reroofingColour
3/1439/3 [1992] Knowle Card Shop reroofingColour
3/1439/4 [1992] Knowle Card Shop reroofing also The Open Fire PlaceColour
3/1439/5 [1992] Knowle Card Shop reroofing from Church towerColour
3/1439/6 [1992] Knowle Card Shop restored wash houseColour
3/1439/7 [1992] Knowle Card Shop garden with old wash houseColour
3/1439/8 [1992] Knowle Card Shop exterior from Red Lion upstairsColour
3/1439/9 [1992] Knowle Card Shop interior showing Edna McGregorColour
3/1439/10 [1992] Knowle Card Shop interiorColour
3/1439/11 [1992] Knowle Card Shop interior 1st floorColour
3/1439/12 [1992] Knowle Card Shop interior 1st floorColour
3/1439/13 [1992] Knowle Card Shop interior 1st floorColour
3/1440/1 Milverton House, building works at rearColour
3/1441/1 [2002] Station Road / High Street looking towards roundaboutColour
3/1442/1 [2002] Knowle Village Hall Car Park (East)Colour
3/1443/1 [1992] Jet Petrol Station, Kenilworth RoadColour
3/1444/1 Rotten Row FarmColour
3/1445/1 [1992] Knowle Church: Reguilding in the Soldiers ChapelColour
3/1445/2 [1991] Knowle Church: The AltarColour
3/1445/3 Knowle Church: Churchyard under snowColour
3/1445/4 [2002] Knowle Church: The FountainColour
3/1445/5 [2002] Knowle Church: Oak tree in ChurchyardColour
3/1445/6 [2002] Knowle Church: St John's HallColour
3/1446/1 Middlefield after closure - Cupola from roofColour
3/1446/2 Middlefield after closure - HallColour
3/1446/3 Middlefield after closure - HallColour
3/1446/4 Middlefield after closure - WashroomsColour
3/1446/5 Middlefield after closure - WashroomsColour
3/1446/6 Middlefield after closure - Shop entranceColour
3/1446/7 Middlefield after closure - KitchenColour
3/1446/8 Middlefield after closure - communal roomColour
3/1446/9 Middlefield after closure - communal roomColour
3/1446/10 Middlefield after closure - communal roomColour
3/1446/11 Middlefield after closure - communal roomColour
3/1446/12 Middlefield after closure - communal roomColour
3/1446/13 Photo of Middlefield Foundation StoneColour
3/1446/14 Photo of documents relation to laying of Foundation stone with Masonic honoursColour
3/1446/15 Photo of documents relation to laying of Foundation stone with Masonic honoursColour
3/1446/16 Photo of documents relation to laying of Foundation stone with Masonic honoursColour
3/1447/1 [1991] Linwood Lodge - with For Sale signColour
3/1447/2 [1991] Linwood Lodge - with For Sale signColour
3/1448/1 [2006] Milverton House Interior - FireplaceColour
3/1448/2 [2006] Milverton House Interior - FireplaceColour
3/1448/3 [2006] Milverton House Interior - FireplaceColour
3/1448/4 [2006] Milverton House Interior - Wooden beam detailColour
3/1448/5 [2006] Milverton House Interior - Wooden beam detailColour
3/1448/6 [2006] Milverton House Interior - Wooden beam detailColour
3/1448/7 [2006] Milverton House Interior - Wooden beam detailColour
3/1448/8 [2006] Milverton House Interior - Wooden beam detailColour
3/1448/9 [2006] Milverton House Interior - Wooden beam detailColour
3/1448/10 [2006] Milverton House Interior - Wooden beam detailColour
3/1448/11 [2006] Milverton House Exterior - Wooden beam detail Colour
3/1449/1 [2002] 1619 Warwick RdColour
3/1450/1 [1992] Remembrance Sunday 1992 - Dr Bower and David BowerColour
3/1450/2 [1992] Remembrance Sunday 1992 - Esca Allday laying the wreath Colour
3/1450/3 [1992] Remembrance Sunday paradeColour
3/1451/1 Local History Centre - showing layoutColour
3/1451/2 Local History Centre - showing picturesColour
3/1451/3 Local History Centre - showing picturesColour
3/1451/4 Local History Centre - showing Malvern Hall pictureColour
3/1451/5 Local History Centre - showing fingerpostColour
3/1451/6 Local History Centre - showing Knowle Institute signColour
3/1451/7 Local History Centre - showing visit by schoolchildrenColour
3/1452/1 Thumbnail prints of visit to GumleyColour.
4 pages.
3/1453/1 [2001] Boxing Day Walk 2001Colour
3/1453/2 [2001] Boxing Day Walk 2001Colour
3/1453/3 [2001] Boxing Day Walk 2001Colour
3/1454/1 Elizabeth House, Grove RoadColour
3/1454/2 New building Grove RoadColour
3/1455/1 [1992] Verger's House from new Church porchColour
3/1456/1 The Cedars, Station RoadColour.
Shows Dr Bower and the Mayor Cllr Ken Meeson. Outsize photo.
Foundation Stone laying ceremony?
3/1457/1 [1989] Knowle Festival 1989 - Knowle Society Trophy WinnersColour
3/1457/2 [1989] Knowle Festival 1989 - Knowle Society Trophy WinnersColour
3/1457/3 [1989] Knowle Festival 1989 - FloatsColour
3/1457/4 [1989] Knowle Festival 1989 - FloatsColour
3/1457/5 [1989] Knowle Festival 1989 - FloatsColour
3/1457/6 [1989] Knowle Festival 1989 - FloatsColour
3/1457/7 [1989] Knowle Festival 1989 - FloatsColour
3/1457/8 [1989] Knowle Festival 1989 - FloatsColour
3/1457/9 [1989] Knowle Festival 1989 - FloatsColour
3/1457/10 [1989] Knowle Festival 1989 - FloatsColour
3/1458/1 Completion of Kimbell's WalkColour
3/1459/1 [1994] Middlefield Foundation Stone 1928Colour
3/1460/1 [1994] Last days of MiddlefieldColour
3/1460/2 [1994] Last days of MiddlefieldColour
3/1460/3 [1994] Last days of MiddlefieldColour
3/1460/4 [1994] Last days of MiddlefieldColour
3/1460/5 [1994] Last days of MiddlefieldColour
3/1460/6 [1994] Last days of MiddlefieldColour
3/1460/7 [1994] Last days of MiddlefieldColour
3/1460/8 [1994] Last days of MiddlefieldColour
3/1460/9 [1994] Last days of MiddlefieldColour
3/1460/10 [1994] Last days of MiddlefieldColour
3/1461/1 Knowle Village HallColour
3/1461/2 Knowle Village HallColour
3/1462/1 [2002] Winners of Knowle Society Competition 2002Colour
3/1462/2 [2002] Winners of Knowle Society Competition 2002Colour
3/1463/1 Norman Smith - Patient at MiddlefieldColour
3/1464/1 [2005] Releading of church roofColour
3/1465/1 [2005] Norton Green FarmColour
3/1465/2 [2005] Norton Green FarmColour
3/1466/1 [2004] Antique Shop, High Street on closureColour
3/1466/2 [2004] Antique Shop, High Street on closureColour
3/1467/1 [2004] Knowle Bowling ClubColour
3/1468/1 [2003] Grove Rd Farm , Barn ConversationColour
3/1469/1 [2002] Highfield', Station Road - Middlefield siteColour
3/1470/1 [2002] Tree of Heaven' after blown downColour
3/1471/1 [2002] Kixley LaneColour
3/1472/1 [2003] Rear of Red LionColour
3/1473/1 [2003] Loch FyneColour
3/1474/1 [2000] Knowle 2000Colour
3/1474/2 [2000] Knowle 2000Colour
3/1474/3 [2000] Knowle 2000Colour
3/1475/1 [2005] Knowle Wharf and WeighbridgeColour
3/1475/2 [2005] Knowle Wharf and WeighbridgeColour
3/1476/1 [1995] Springfield House and Cedar Tree disasterColour
3/1476/2 [1995] Springfield House and Cedar Tree disasterColour
3/1476/3 [1995] Springfield House and Cedar Tree disasterColour
3/1477/1 [1995] Red Lion internal alterationsColour
3/1477/2 [1995] Red Lion internal alterationsColour
3/1477/3 [1995] Red Lion internal alterationsColour
3/1477/4 [1995] Red Lion internal alterationsColour
3/1477/5 [1995] Red Lion internal alterationsColour
3/1477/6 [1995] Red Lion internal alterationsColour
3/1477/7 [1995] Red Lion internal alterationsColour
3/1477/8 [1995] Red Lion internal alterationsColour
3/1478/1 [2005] Bentley Heath School conversion to officesColour
3/1478/2 [2005] Bentley Heath School conversion to officesColour
3/1479/1 [2005] Evesons Coal Merchants, Station Road, DorridgeColour
3/1479/2 [2005] Evesons Coal Merchants, Station Road, DorridgeColour
3/1479/3 [2005] Evesons Coal Merchants, Station Road, DorridgeColour
3/1479/4 [2005] Evesons Coal Merchants, Station Road, DorridgeColour
3/1480/1 [2002] Grove Farm, Jacobean Lane - FireplaceColour
3/1480/2 [2002] Grove Farm, Jacobean Lane - HallwayColour
3/1480/3 [2002] Grove Farm, Jacobean Lane - YardColour
3/1480/4 [2002] Grove Farm, Jacobean Lane - Front of houseColour
3/1480/5 [2002] Grove Farm, Jacobean Lane - BarnColour
3/1480/6 [2002] Grove Farm, Jacobean Lane - Front of houseColour
3/1480/7 [2002] Grove Farm, Jacobean Lane - Living roomColour
3/1480/8 [2002] Grove Farm, Jacobean Lane - View from living roomColour
3/1480/9 [2002] Grove Farm, Jacobean Lane - Living roomColour
3/1480/10 [2002] Grove Farm, Jacobean Lane - FireplaceColour
3/1480/11 [2002] Grove Farm, Jacobean Lane - InsideColour
3/1480/12 [2002] Grove Farm, Jacobean Lane - InsideColour
3/1480/13 [2002] Grove Farm, Jacobean Lane - FireplaceColour
3/1480/14 [2002] Grove Farm, Jacobean Lane - Roof spaceColour
3/1480/15 [2002] Grove Farm, Jacobean Lane - Roof spaceColour
3/1480/16 [2002] Grove Farm, Jacobean Lane - HallwayColour
3/1480/17 [2002] Grove Farm, Jacobean Lane - Living roomColour
3/1480/18 [2002] Grove Farm, Jacobean Lane - Living roomColour
3/1480/19 [2002] Grove Farm, Jacobean Lane - KitchenColour
3/1480/20 [2002] Grove Farm, Jacobean Lane - KitchenColour
3/1480/21 [2002] Grove Farm, Jacobean Lane - Living roomColour
3/1480/22 [2002] Grove Farm, Jacobean Lane - Bay window from outsideColour
3/1480/23 [2002] Grove Farm, Jacobean Lane - Living roomColour
3/1480/24 [2002] Grove Farm, Jacobean Lane - Inside barnColour
3/1480/25 [2002] Grove Farm, Jacobean Lane - from yardColour
3/1481/1 [2002] Wilsons RoadColour
3/1482/1 [2002] St Lawrence HouseColour
3/1483/1 [2002] 1622 High StreetColour
3/1484/1 [2002] St John's CourtColour
3/1485/1 Photograph of a postcard of Greswolde Swimming PoolSepia
3/1486/1 Newspaper drawing of 'Laying the Foundation Stone of the Asylum for Idiots at Knowle, Warwickshire'B/W - unknown newspaper article on rear
3/1486/2 Newspaper drawing of 'Laying the Foundation Stone of the Asylum for Idiots at Knowle, Warwickshire'B/W - blank on rear
3/1487/1 [2007] Thumbnail photos of Knowle School Project - visit to LHC. March 2007Colour. Laminated
3/1488/1 Photograph of H R Poynton's shopDonated by Maria Cook, 76 Chantry Heath Crescent.
3/1488/2 Photograph of H R Poynton's photographic shop, High StreetDonated by Maria Cook, 76 Chantry Heath Crescent.
3/1489/1 [2009] Processional tunnel from outside
3/1489/2 [2009] Processional tunnel from inside Chancel (South side) during replastering
3/1489/3 [2009] Processional tunnel from inside Chancel (South Side) after replastering
3/1490/1 [1928] Picture Playhouse in Station Road c.1928Then & Now Exhibition 2008
3/1491/1 [2008] Chester House & High Street looking south Then & Now Exhibition 2008
3/1492/1 [2008] Knowle Surgery - The Site of Knowle LodgeThen & Now Exhibition 2008
3/1493/1 [2008] Guest Alfa Romeo - Site of Picture PlayhouseThen & Now Exhibition 2008
3/1494/1 [2008] Greswolde Arms, Chester House & High StreetThen & Now Exhibition 2008
3/1495/1 [2007] Greswolde ArmsThen & Now Exhibition 2008
3/1496/1 [2007] Wilson ArmsThen & Now Exhibition 2008
3/1497/1 [2008] Chester HouseThen & Now Exhibition 2008. Also showing Retreat Beauty salon, John Hewins & Ellora
3/1498/1 [2008] Site of Jubilee Field & Station RoadThen & Now Exhibition 2008. Also showing Hollands Garage
3/1499/1 [2008] Kenilworth RoadThen & Now Exhibition 2008
3/1500/1 [2007] Guild HouseThen & Now Exhibition 2008
3/1501/1 [2007] Milverton HouseThen & Now Exhibition 2008
3/1502/1 [2008] 1602-1606A High StreetThen & Now Exhibition 2008. Shows entrance to Knowle Shopping Centre, Burchell Edwards, Le Scarpe, Toni Hairdressers & Wheelers
3/1503/1 [2008] Site of original 1602-1606 High Street now 1604-1606AThen & Now Exhibition 2008. Shows Wheelers, Toni Hairdressers and Le Scarpe
3/1504/1 [2008] Lodge Road - Longdon Road CornerThen & Now Exhibition 2008
3/1505/1 [2008] Nat West Bank (Site of White Swan) & Red LionThen & Now Exhibition 2008. Also shows Eric Lyons and Katie Joyce
3/1506/1 [1993] Milverton House James & Lister Lea Estate Agents in residence
3/1507/1 [1948] Aerial view 1948Outsized
3/1508/1 [1967] Knowle Operatic & Musical Society - Photograph from 'Trial by Jury'Mounted. Taken by C A Joiner
3/1508/2 [1967] Knowle Operatic & Musical Society - Photograph from 'Trial by Jury'Mounted. Taken by C A Joiner
3/1508/3 [1967] Knowle Operatic & Musical Society - Photograph from 'Trial by Jury'Mounted. Taken by C A Joiner
3/1508/4 [1967] Knowle Operatic & Musical Society - Photograph from 'Trial by Jury'Mounted. Taken by C A Joiner
3/1509/1 [1968] Knowle Operatic & Musical Society - Photograph from 'Pirates of Penzance' 1968
3/1510/1 [1905] Gravestone of Rebecca Mary Spokes Richards of Batts HillSited at Warstone Cemetery, Birmingham
3/1511/1 Don Burgoyne in his aeroplane (image only)Cover of 'Aviation in Warwickshire Between the Wars' by Alfred J Jenks. Plane is a Pou - du- Ciel G-AECN
3/1512/1 [2009] Closure of Covent Garden GreengrocersImage only
3/1512/2 [2009] Closure of Covent Garden GreengrocersImage only. Showing Janet & John Bradnock
3/1512/3 [2009] Closure of Covent Garden GreengrocersImage only
3/1513/1 [2009] Knowle Festival 20 June 2009Image only. Showing Local History Gazebo
3/1513/2 [2009] Knowle Festival 20 June 2009Image only. Showing Local History Gazebo
3/1513/3 [2009] Knowle Festival 20 June 2009Image only. Showing Local History Gazebo and Janet Erzen
3/1513/4 [2009] Knowle Festival 20 June 2009Image only. Showing Local History Gazebo
3/1514/1 [1960] Knowle Lodge Estate developmentBaby is Roger Bowser, son of Donald Bowser the builder of Knowle Lodge estate, taken at their home at 36 Blackdown Road. Warwick Road houses still to be built. Police Station roof in the distance. Wilsons Arms in background
3/1514/2 [1962] Knowle Lodge Estate developmentRoger Bowser and friends in garden at Blackdown Road (garden extends past flower border). Police Station to left. Shows 6 Lodge Road home of the Nock family. Small girl is a relation of the Bowsers, taller girl is grand-daughter of George Wadhams of Lodge
3/1515/1 [1978] Flats at Newton RoadConsists of one maisonette at Warwick Road end (retained by the Estate Agents for letting) and the rest flats.
3/1516/1 Donald Bowser
3/1516/2 Harold Bowser
3/1516/3 Harold & Donald Bowser with their father
3/1517/1 Compilation photo of people from Local History ArchivesHarry Rose, Eva Wootton, Mrs Sydney Everitt, Rev J Hatton, West/Boultbee family, Bill Hollis, Dr Tait, John Gimes. Outsize folder 7
3/1518/1 Compilation photo of transport from Local History ArchivesOutsize folder 7
3/1519/1 'Historic Knowle' display header
3/1520/1 [1983] High Street looking southShowing Post Office, Smarty Pants, Sieglinde Hiscox, Dixons, Aspen Windows
3/1521/1 192 Station Road - frontImage on CD only. Built by and home of the Bowser family
3/1521/2 192 Station Road - rearImage on CD only. Built by and home of the Bowser family
3/1521/3 192 Station Rd - view from garden across future Starbold Crescent areaImage on CD only. Built by and home of the Bowser family
3/1521/4 192 Station Rd - view from garden across future Starbold Crescent areaImage on CD only. Built by and home of the Bowser family
3/1522/1 [1946] The County Club, High Street (Old Congregational Church)Image on CD only. Percy Hemming far left, Harold Bowser 2nd left
3/1523/1 Master Builders Federation Meeting late 1950sImage on CD only. Harold Bowser far left
3/1524/1 Tommy and Dot Deeman - proprietors of Wilson Arms 50s/60sImage on CD only. In centre - not taken at Wilson Arms
3/1525/1 [1951] Aerial View of Central KnowleHard copy from CD
3/1526/1 CA Gardner - Grocer's shop, High StreetOn Dillons site, next door to White Swan
3/1526/2 [1936] CA Gardner - Grocer's and Cuttriss shops, High StreetDecorated for George V's Coronation
3/1527/1 1709-1711 High Street, Rice's Pharmacy and Monastery Cottage
3/1528/1 [1902] Henry TonksTaken by George Charles Beresford. Laminated
3/1528/2 [1922] Henry TonksTaken by George Charles Beresford. Laminated
3/1528/3 Edmund TonksLaminated
3/1529/1 Wilson Arms c. 1980s
3/1530/1 Lodge/Warwick Road Junction c. 1980s
3/1531/1 The Greswold Arms Hotel c. 1980s
3/1532/1 High Street looking north c. 1980sMildand Bank; Village Pantry; Greswolde Hotel and Garage
3/1532/2 High Street looking north c. 1980sBank Hotel; Shipways; Dixon, Dobson & Carver; Greswolde
3/1532/3 High Street looking north c. 1980sKnowle Photographic; Curtis's
3/1532/4 High Street c. 1980sChester House; Silverline, Billy the Kid
3/1533/1 Red Lion c. 1980sAlso Eric Lyons, H Chare & Son
3/1534/1 Knowle Church and Guild House c. 1980s
3/1534/2 Knowle Church and Guild House c. 1980s
3/1534/3 Knowle Church and Guild House c. 1980s
3/1535/1 Knowle Wool & Card Shop c. 1980s
3/1536/1 The Square c. 1980s
3/1537/1 Berrow Homes, Kenilworth Road
3/1538/1 Milverton Crescent
3/1539/1 Crabmill Close c. 1980s
3/1539/2 Crabmill Close c. 1980s
3/1540/1 Christmas card showing Knowle Church and Guild HousePrinted by Solihull Council and drawn by staff member Bob Park. Showing Victorian figures. Sent in 1989
3/1541/1 Marjory Blackburn
3/1542/1 Blackdown Road when part of new estateWhitacre Road to right and Newton Road in distance
3/1543/1 Blackdown Road when part of new estateFields in distance, future Langfield Road estate
3/1544/1 Thomas Truelove, Coal Merchant with copy of photograph approx.1890sAlso correspondance with Mick Shearman who found the photo
3/1545/1 [2010] Knowle Church in snow. January 2010Image only
3/1545/2 [2010] Christmas Tree and Millennium Post in snow. January 2010Image only
3/1546/1 4 Photos of Lander's Dairy, Mill LaneImages only
3/1547/1 [2010] Barston Lane Bridge No 76
3/1547/2 [2010] M42 Bridge No 75bImages only
3/1547/3 [2010] M42 Bridge No 75aImages only
3/1547/4 [2010] Grove Farm Bridge No 75Images only
3/1547/5 [2010] Castle Bridge No 74Images only
3/1547/6 [2010] Waterfield Bridge No 73Images only
3/1547/7 [2010] Waterside Cottage, Copt Heath Wharf
3/1547/8 [2010] Top Lock
3/1547/9 [2010] Top Lock Cottage
3/1547/10 [2010] Pump House
3/1547/11 [2010] Bottom Lock Cottage
3/1547/12 [2010] Storage Shed - LocksImages only
3/1547/13 [2002] Black Buoy Cruising Club Rally
3/1547/14 [2010] 200 Kenilworth Road From canal
3/1547/15 [2010] 200 Kenilworth Road From road
3/1547/16 [2010] M42 Bridges - 75a & b
3/1547/17 [2010] The Cottage' and 'Far End' behind Kixley WharfNorth of Kixley Lane Bridge
3/1547/18 [2010] Kixley Lane Bridge
3/1547/19 [2010] Copt Heath Wharf
3/1547/20 [2010] Heron at lake by Grove Farm bridge
3/1547/21 [2010] Kixley WharfFrom Kixley Lane Bridge
3/1547/22 [2010] OverflowNorth of Kixley Footbridge
3/1547/23 [2010] Inscription of side of canalNorth of Kixley Footbridge '1934 ?? BWLDREDGE 3 FT 6 INS
3/1547/24 [2010] Narrowboat under Kixley Footbridge
3/1548/1 [2010] Heronfield Rescue Centre
3/1548/2 [2010] Heronfield Rescue CentreShowing pony
3/1549/1 [2010] Herons NestTaken from front
3/1550/1 Five views of KnowleWarwick Road, Copt Heath, Guildhouse, Parish Church, The Greswolde Hotel and High Street, Wrenson's Corner
3/1551/1 Chester HouseKnowle Library next door
3/1552/1 High Street looking NorthCovent Garden, Dorothy, J & O Cameron, Maidens etc
3/1553/1 Wilson ArmsBass and Worthington Ales on front wall
3/1554/1 Hunt assembled outside Inn
3/1555/1 White Swan and Red Lion Motor bus outside Red Lion
3/1556/1 Aerial view of central Knowle - low levelColour, undated - all central Knowle including precinct development shown
3/1556/2 Aerial view of south Knowle - low levelColour, undated - Milverton Crescent, Station Road shops, Stripes Hill
3/1556/3 [1971] Aerial view of Knowle, Dorridge and Bentley Heath - high level
3/1556/4 Aerial view of Bentley Heath, E. Knowle, N. Dorridge - high levelUndated - no housing developments off Tilehouse Green Lane
3/1556/5 [1950] Aerial view of Bentley Heath, E. Knowle, N. Dorridge - high level
3/1556/6 Aerial view of Bentley Heath, E. Knowle, N. Dorridge - high levelUndated - shows Wychwood Avenue and Newton Road estates
3/1557/1 Burton family of Copt Heath FarmFound in chimney at Copt Heath Farm by new owners Mr & Mrs Pemberton 2010
3/1557/2 Patricia & Sarah Burton of Copt Heath FarmFound in chimney at Copt Heath Farm by new owners Mr & Mrs Pemberton 2010
3/1557/3 Unidentified lady with dog possibly Burton of Copt Heath FarmFound in chimney at Copt Heath Farm by new owners Mr & Mrs Pemberton 2010
3/1557/4 Unidentified girl in Pearly King outfit possibly Burton of Copt Heath FarmFound in chimney at Copt Heath Farm by new owners Mr & Mrs Pemberton 2010
3/1557/5 Burton family of Copt Heath FarmFound in chimney at Copt Heath Farm by new owners Mr & Mrs Pemberton 2010
3/1558/1 High Street showing White Swan and the Red LionGreetings Card of painting by Thomas Mackay 1900
3/1559/1 W J Hollis
3/1559/2 W J Hollis and child
3/1560/1 Chester House and Knowle Sale RoomB/W. From postcard series - Chester House named as 'Old World Cottage' and in use as an antique shop
3/1561/1 [1928] 1st Knowle Scout Troop in Camp 1928With name sheet. Ernest Harding hanged in 1955 for child murder
3/1561/2 [1928] 1st Knowle Scout Troop in Camp 1928
3/1561/3 [1928] 1st Knowle Scout Troop in Camp 1928
3/1562/1 Thomas Dodwell and father after collecting his DSO from Buckingham PalaceTB Dodwell most decorated Knowle resident WW1
3/1563/1 [2010] Compilation from Knowle & Dorridge Building Supplies, Kenilworth Road closure Nov 2010
3/1564/1 [1910] The Elms - Postcard frontPostcard to Charles Dicken, Grove Farm
3/1564/2 [1910] Postcard back re 3/1564/1/ELMS/1910Postcard to Charles Dicken, Grove Farm
3/1565/1 Postcard of Chester HouseAlso Small Talk, Toy Box, Ellora
3/1566/1 Photo of a portrait of Henry Greswold Lewis
3/1567/1 Postcard - colour painting of unidentified pond and cottages in Knowle
3/1568/1 [1962] Village Hall Christmas Party c 1962Tom Bryson as Father Christmas, also Andrew & Robin Bryson
3/1569/1 [1919] Founders of 1st Knowle Guide CompanyDorothy Hill, Phyllis Davy and Lily Smith
3/1570/1 Ted Wootton, Scoutmaster with four scouts1930s
3/1571/1 [1922] Ist Knowle Scout Camp WeymouthSM Davy & ASM Phillips
3/1571/2 [1922] Ist Knowle Scout Camp WeymouthSM Davy
3/1571/3 [1922] Ist Knowle Scout Camp Weymouth
3/1571/4 [1922] Ist Knowle Scout Camp Weymouth
3/1572/1 [1927] Ist Knowle Scout Troup Springfield
3/1572/2 [1927] Ist Knowle Scout Troup Springfield
3/1572/3 [1927] Ist Knowle Scout Troup Springfield
3/1572/4 [1927] Ist Knowle Scout Troup Rover Jack Williams
3/1572/5 [1927] Ist Knowle Scout Troup
3/1573/1 [1932] Ist Knowle Scout Troup at Malvern
3/1574/1 [1969] Ist Knowle Scout Camp New ForestA Hess, A Edgington, M Laundry, M Jones, J Wells, R Evans
3/1574/2 [1969] Ist Knowle Scout Camp New ForestJ Wells
3/1574/3 [1969] Ist Knowle Scout Camp New ForestM Harvey, J Skinner, R Evans
3/1574/4 [1969] Ist Knowle Scout Camp New ForestJ Hess, M Jones
3/1574/5 [1969] Ist Knowle Scout Camp New Forest
3/1574/6 [1969] Ist Knowle Scout Camp New Forest
3/1574/7 Scouts Bookcase within Knowle Church
3/1574/8 Scouts Bookcase within Knowle Church
3/1575/1 [1968] Ist Knowle Scout Troup Outside Hut
3/1576/1 [1926] Springfield Hounds at Lovelace Hill, Solihull
3/1577/1 [1917] Ist Knowle Scout Troup
3/1578/1 Aerial View of Central KnowleLooking North. Shows Jet petrol station in construction
3/1579/1 Knowle Church inside showing choir
3/1579/2 Knowle Church inside showing choir
3/1579/3 Knowle Church inside showing bellringers
3/1579/4 Knowle Church inside showing lectern
3/1579/5 Revd. Stephen Seamer outside Guild House
3/1579/6 Revd. Michael Parker
3/1580/1 Arden School & Language College
3/1581/1 St John's Hall laying of foundation stone
3/1581/2 St John's Hall inside
3/1581/3 St John's Hall outside
3/1581/4 Opening of St John's HallBishop Mark Santer
3/1582/1 High Street from Church Tower
3/1582/2 Precinct from outside Plumb's greengrocers
3/1582/3 High Steet looking south showing planters
3/1583/1 High Steet looking south
3/1584/1 Jasper Carrot at Xmas light switch on
3/1585/1 Photograph of Knowle School early c19Charlotte Anne Wilson bottom left
3/1586/1 The White Lion (Drum & Monkey)c 1930
3/1587/1 [1909] Pear Tree Cottage with Higton familySydney, Doris, Emily & Leslie Higton
3/1588/1 [1918] Knowle & Dorridge Volunteers 1918Charles & Henry Myers
3/1589/1 [2011] Masonic Hall and Wilson ArmsPainted by Mike Humphreys. Used in Calendar 2011
3/1589/2 [2011] Grimshaw HallPainted by Mike Humphreys. Used in Calendar 2011
3/1589/3 [2011] High Street including Chester HousePainted by Mike Humphreys. Used in Calendar 2011
3/1589/4 [2011] Church and Guild HousePainted by Mike Humphreys. Used in Calendar 2011
3/1589/5 [2011] BakeryPainted by Mike Humphreys. Used in Calendar 2011
3/1589/6 [2011] Chester HousePainted by Mike Humphreys. Used in Calendar 2011
3/1589/7 [2011] Church in snowPainted by Mike Humphreys. Used in Calendar 2011
3/1589/8 [2011] High Street and precinctPainted by Mike Humphreys. Used in Calendar 2011
3/1589/9 [2011] Red LionPainted by Mike Humphreys. Used in Calendar 2011
3/1589/10 [2011] CanalPainted by Mike Humphreys. Used in Calendar 2011
3/1589/11 [2011] Milverton VillasPainted by Mike Humphreys. Used in Calendar 2011
3/1589/12 [2011] Milverton HousePainted by Mike Humphreys. Used in Calendar 2011
3/1590/1 The Avenue and Copt Heath Golf ClubColour postcard
3/1591/1 Dorridge & District Horticultural Show c 1975Fred and Nan Hollis. Copyright Solihull News
3/1591/2 Dorridge & District Horticultural Show c 1975Fred and Nan Hollis, Alistair Scott. Copyright Solihull News
3/1592/1 Sydney Brysonc 1960s
3/1592/2 Sydney Brysonc 1960s
3/1593/1 Postcard of Knowle ChurchWriting on back but unstamped
3/1594/1 [1967] Photographs of staff Knowle Primary School 1967Long,Walker, Newey, Furniss, Wilkes, Fletcher,Evans, Morgan, Woodall, Bannesley
3/1594/2 [1973] Photographs of staff Knowle Primary School 1973Bosanko, Morgan, Brown, Davies, Woodal, Else, Williams
3/1594/3 [1977] Photographs of staff Knowle Primary School 1977Grant, Sharrock, Beech, Gerhard, Fowler, Knight, Newey, Morgan, Long, Furniss, Knight, Griffiths, Haynes, Thackway, Herbert
3/1595/1 [1966] Official Opening of Knowle Primary School 1966Canon Foster, Dr & Mrs Bower
3/1595/2 [1966] Class ready for official opening by Mrs Thatcher
3/1596/1 [1980] Knowle Primary School Class Photo 1980Murton, Nicklin, Bramwell,Skinner, Honeysett, Hutchings, Marston, Wilkinsin, Robinson, Lennon, Dadd, Gentle, Erzen, Burrows, Gregory, Peake, May, Hankin, Nicum, Nicholson, Foster, Harrison, Lidgate, Smith, Chick.
3/1597/1 [1968] Gospel Oak, Chadwick EndThe Boundary Oak, Cummins, Priest Park Farm
3/1598/1 [1912] Postcard of the Punch Bowl, LapworthPostmarked 1912
3/1599/1 [1946] Aerial view of KnowleLooking South above golf course. Ardenvale Estate being built
3/1600/1 [1977] Silver Jubilee Tree PlantingSonia Hart
3/1601/1 High Street looking northThe Greswolde in the distance
3/1602/1 Wilson's corner
3/1603/1 High Street looking south. c 1900sGreswolde to Chester House. Carberry tea shop front right
3/1604/1 High Street showing the Stopped Clock café (Bank House) c 1920s
3/1605/1 Malthouse Row, Hampton Road The Wilson Arms at the end of the road
3/1606/1 Curtis Electrical Engineer. High Street. c 1930s
3/1607/1 High Street looking north c1900sA Kirk cycle shop front right
3/1608/1 Wilson Arms and garage Knowle MotorsDares bitter beer advert
3/1609/1 [2012] High Street looking south Mostly west side from Hunters to Nat West Bank
3/1610/1 [1980] Knowle Primary School Class Photo - 1st Year JuniorsMunton, Nicklin, Brumwell, Skinner, Honeysett, Hutchings, Marston, Wilkinson, Robinson, Lennon, Dadd, Gentle, Erzen, Burrows, Gregory, Peake, May, Hanlin, Nicum, Nicholson, Foster, Harrison, Lidgate, Smith, Chick
3/1611/1 [1986] Knowle Primary School Class Photo - 1986-7Smith, Nenning, Heard, Simpson, Watson, Leivers, Hanson, Dainty, Antony, Wilson, Wood, Waddams, Burns, Soni, Good, Richardson, Young, Harshaw, Floate, Constantinou, Cove, Hall, Mowl, Hunter, Curry, Telford, Bower, Checkley
3/1612/1 Postcard showing Church, Grimshaw Hall and Copt Heath Avenue
3/1612/2 Postcard showing Church
3/1612/3 Postcard of Solihull including Copt Heath and Church
3/1612/4 Postcard showing Mell Square, Solihull
3/1612/5 Postcard showing Council House and Civic Hall, Solihull
3/1612/6 Postcard showing St John's Close
3/1613/1 Knowle Bowling ClubA Reeve, A Reeves, Mr Davy, Mr Court, Mr Lyons
3/1614/1 Albert Neville Reeve in uniformOf Copt Heath
3/1614/2 Grave of Albert ReeveLijssenthoek, Belgium
3/1614/3 Gravestone of Albert Reeve
3/1614/4 [1912] Postcard sent by Albert Reeve to his sister in 1912Lady on front
3/1614/5 Postcard sent by Albert Reeve to his motherLife in Bulford Camp 61st Batt RFA on front
3/1614/6 Frederick Reeve (in uniform), wife and childOf Copt Heath
3/1615/1 Harry Poole (In uniform of Royal Horse Guards)Of Chadwick End
3/1616/1 Sunnymount, Kenilworth Road
3/1617/1 [1935] Horace George Everitt in Flying Uniform
3/1618/1 [1947] Knowle School Football Team 1947-8Identified:- Mr Wright, Grimmett, Oshea, Wright, Tuffnell, Chatterley
3/1618/2 [1947] Knowle School Football Team 1947Identified:- Mr Spencer, Grimmett, , Tuffnell, Chatterley, Tarver, White, Mr Wright
3/1618/3 [1947] Knowle School Identified:- Cantrell, Rose, Emerson, Sutton, Grimmett, Tarver, Young, Sagar, Chatterley, Reynolds, Bishop, Harris, Austin, Guise, Hall, Fitter, Hawkesford, Ingram
3/1619/1 [1981] Canal at Kenilworth Road bridge
3/1620/1 Mrs Bannister in garden at 82 Station Road - late 1950s
3/1621/1 Steam Roller in Station Road - 1970s
3/1621/2 Steam Roller in Station Road - 1970s
3/1621/3 Steam Roller in Station Road - 1970s
3/1622/1 [1960] Pam Watson in Guide Uniform
3/1623/1 [1981] St Johns Close in snow
3/1624/1 [1981] Station Road in snow
3/1625/1 [1977] 78-82 Station Road with Jubilee flags and bunting
3/1625/2 [1977] 76-82 Station Road with Jubilee flags and bunting
3/1625/3 [1977] 78-84 Station Road with Jubilee flags and bunting
3/1625/4 [1977] 78 Station Road with Jubilee flags and bunting
3/1626/1 [1952] Knowle School Photos with names
3/1626/2 [1952] Maypole dancing group named
3/1626/3 [1952] May Queen and attendants 1952 & 1953
3/1627/1 Geoffrey Higton
3/1627/2 Geoffrey Higton
3/1627/3 Geoffrey Higton
3/1628/1 [2013] Knowle U13 football 2012/13 season named
3/1629/1 [1940] Curtis's Electrical Shop, High Streetshowing Arthur and Victor Curtis
3/1630/1 [1938] Jack Johnson outside Greswode Garage
3/1631/1 Higton family outside Pear Tree CottageSidney, Emily, Doris & Leslie
3/1632/1 Curtis family outside Pear Tree CottageMr & Mrs Fred Curtis, Lily & Mary
3/1633/1 Tuby family c 1915
3/1633/2 Tuby family c 1915Lucy Tuby + ? Cyril, Alice and Margaret
3/1634/1 [1919] Various photos of the Thompson family. One taken by H Power of Monastery House, Knowle and one by E Phillips of Knowle
3/1634/2 [1930] 2 x Photographs - West View School, Knowle Probably Muriel Thompson included
3/1634/3 Various postcards from Europe to Miss Gladys Thompson
3/1635/1 [1967] Photo of WI membersSome names
3/1636/1 Road accident Station Road/Station Approach, Dorridge c 1920sCar and motorbike and sidecar
3/1636/2 [1927] Freight train approaching Knowle & Dorridge StationR Carpenter collection
3/1636/3 [1926] Knowle & Dorridge Station
3/1637/1 William Bromwich
3/1637/2 William Bromwich and family Sarah, Kathleen (Playdon) and Winifred (Kelly)
3/1638/1 Dionysius Boston
3/1639/1 Jobs Close
3/1639/2 Jobs Close
3/1639/3 Jobs Close - Dining Room
3/1640/1 [1957] Knowle Library advert (before relocation to Chester House)Taken from Jobs Close Opening Programme
3/1641/1 Knowle Carnival float 'The WI in the Commonwealth'Todd, Coton, Evans, Smitten
3/1642/1 Mary Ann Fitter (née Knibb) and Gertie Rogers (servant) outside Charon's Cottage, Station Road
3/1643/1 Drawing of The Swan and other buildings to south by W H BidlakeIllustration in unidentified book
3/1644/1 Sunnymount - Front DriveDavy Collection
3/1644/2 Sunnymount - Drawing RoomDavy Collection
3/1644/3 Sunnymount - HallDavy Collection
3/1644/4 Sunnymount - Croquet LawnDavy Collection
3/1644/5 Sunnymount - Dining RoomDavy Collection
3/1644/6 Sunnymount - Tennis Lawn and StablesDavy Collection
3/1644/7 [1945] Barston Home Guard plus photographer's documentsDavy Collection
3/1644/8 [1911] Brigadier General William Peyton, Delhi Herald of Arms Extraordinary 1911Davy Collection
3/1645/1 Jasper Cecil Fullerton Hankinson
3/1645/2 Jasper Cecil Fullerton Hankinson
3/1646/1 Knowle Bowling ClubShowing Reeve, Court, Lyons, Davy
3/1647/1 [2012] Knowle Traditional Sweet Shop
3/1648/1 [1987] Conservation Fair
3/1649/1 [2004] Local Nature Reserve Celebration, Jobs CloseStella Jarman, Sheila & Reg Elliott
3/1650/1 [2010] Local Nature Reserve, Jobs Close
3/1650/2 [2010] Local Nature Reserve, Jobs Close
3/1650/3 [2010] Local Nature Reserve, Jobs Close
3/1650/4 [2010] Local Nature Reserve, Jobs Close
3/1651/1 [2003] Local Nature Reserve, Jobs CloseStella Jarman, Reg Elliott, Sue Owen, Roger King
3/1652/1 [1983] High Street Sewer Replacement
3/1652/2 [1983] High Street Sewer Replacement
3/1652/3 [1983] High Street Sewer Replacement
3/1653/1 Higton Family - photos
3/1654/1 Knowle Hall1980s
3/1654/2 Knowle Hall1980s
3/1654/3 Knowle Hall1980s
3/1654/4 Knowle Hall1980s
3/1654/5 Knowle Hall1980s
3/1654/6 Knowle Hall1980s
3/1654/7 Knowle Hall1980s
3/1654/8 Knowle Hall1980s
3/1654/9 Knowle Hall1980s
3/1655/1 [1915] Wilson Arms
3/1656/1 Manor House – from garden
3/1656/2 Manor House – from garden
3/1656/3 Manor House garden
3/1656/4 Manor House garden
3/1656/5 Manor House garden
3/1656/6 Manor House garden
3/1656/7 Manor House garden
3/1656/8 Manor House garden
3/1656/9 Manor House garden
3/1656/10 Manor House garden
3/1656/11 Manor House inside
3/1656/12 Manor House inside
3/1656/13 Manor House inside
3/1656/14 Manor House inside
3/1657/1 [1903] Postcard of Batts HillFrom Mr & Mrs Kimbell
3/1658/1 [1982] Opening of Berrow Homes Paterson Court
3/1658/2 [1982] Opening of Berrow Homes Paterson Court
3/1658/3 [1982] Opening of Berrow Homes Paterson Court
3/1658/4 [2009] Mary Galloway House, Berrow Homes
3/1659/1 [2015] Flush Bracket on south wall of Paterson Court
3/1660/1 Edward Nicholson in RAF uniform
3/1661/1 [2015] Jobs Close from outside
3/1661/2 [2015] Jobs Close Interior
3/1661/3 [2015] Jobs Close Interior
3/1661/4 [2015] Jobs Close Interior
3/1661/5 [2015] Jobs Close Interior
3/1661/6 [2015] Jobs Close Interior
3/1661/7 [2015] Jobs Close Interior
3/1661/8 [2016] Jobs Close Inscription 'Virtuese always Enobles'
3/1662/1 [2014] Chester House Interior – Leaded Light Window
3/1662/2 [2014] Chester House Interior – Roof
3/1662/3 [2014] Chester House Interior – Roof
3/1662/4 [2014] Chester House Interior – Roof
3/1662/5 Chester House as Antique Shop
3/1663/1 The Olde HousePhoto of painting by Wm Hill
3/1663/2 The Olde House - Rear
3/1664/1 Milverton House Photo of drawing
3/1664/2 [1976] Milverton House during renovations
3/1664/3 Milverton House James & Lister Lea estate agents' premises
3/1665/1 Wrenson's CornerShowing the Olde House, Taylor's Music, Furnishing Shop
3/1666/1 W E Haines
3/1666/2 W E Haines
3/1666/3 W E Haines' tent
3/1666/4 Charles Haines (standing)
3/1667/1 [1930] Knowle Parochial School c. 1930Showing ? George Curtis and Les Moulson
3/1668/1 Stowe House and old Chapel (Robert E Lee shop)
3/1669/1 Mary Ann Fitter (nee Knibb)
3/1669/2 [1911] Mary Ann Fitter (nee Knibb) and daughter Gladys
3/1669/3 [1903] Arthur and Gladys Fitter
3/1669/4 [1912] Charlie Sumner, Arthur Fitter, Percy Wilson and Billy McKuanIn Australia
3/1670/1 Mary Ann McKellar (nee Stokes)
3/1671/1 Four scouts who died in WW1Harvey Watts, Alfred Barber, John Nix & Alfred Hall. Also Arthur Willcox
3/1672/1 Four scouts Harvey Watts, Alfred Barber, Jack Tandy & Victor Houghton
3/1673/1 William Haines and Irene Benfield
3/1673/2 William Haines
3/1674/1 Arthur Palmer half brother of William Haines
3/1675/1 Albert Edward Mangham and Annie Marie (nee Garbett)
3/1675/2 [1947] Albert Edward Mangham
3/1675/3 [1927] Albert Edward Mangham at visit of Duke and Duchess of Kent in Ledbury
3/1676/1 [1939] Alfred Band and Ethel Edin
3/1677/1 Lawrence Edgar Beaufoy
3/1678/1 Thomas William Taylor
3/1679/1 Mary Ann McKellar (nee Stokes) with Polly
3/1680/1 Richard Wm Barnardiston Crowther-Beynon
3/1680/2 Richard Wm Barnardiston Crowther-Beynon in uniform
3/1680/3 Unidentified ship - the command of RWB Crowther-Beynon
3/1681/1 The Riddings, Knowle Road8 pages of photographs showing Neville Middleton, Mrs H Middleton ( nee Gladstone), Leonard Houghton, Mrs K Houghton (nee Gladstone), Eliza Gladstone, Mrs A Gladstone
3/1682/1 The Villa, Middlefield Hospital
3/1683/1 Greswolde Swimming Pool
3/1683/2 Greswolde Arms, Swimming Pool and Garage
3/1684/1 [1900] High Street looking north. The Parsonage on right
3/1684/2 [1960] High Street looking north.
3/1685/1 Mary Keatley
3/1686/1 High Street taken from Soden's butchers showing the Chapel next door. Motorbike in road with rider, policeman and another. C mid 1930s
3/1686/2 Row of shops/houses including butchers (Keat & Sodens) on High Street with bunting possibly 1936 Jubilee
3/1687/1 Mr & Mrs Mullard (Butcher)
3/1688/1 [2014] WW1 100 years Party - The Knowle Society Trustee Director as waitersBill Bohanna, David Watson, Charles Robinson, John Rowley, Leighton Jones, Peter Ewin, Dave Pinwell, Ian Simmonds
3/1689/1 Everitt family outside Knowle Hall
3/1690/1 Victor Barlow
3/1691/1 [2012] Diamond Knowle – Knowle Society Gazebo
3/1691/2 [2012] Diamond Knowle – Knowle Society Gazebo
3/1691/3 [2012] Diamond Knowle –Tommy Godwin, Olympic Cyclist
3/1691/4 [2012] Diamond Knowle – Knowle Society King and Queen stand
3/1691/5 [2012] Diamond Knowle – High Street outside Red Lion. Showing Round Table stall and Van Buren stage
3/1691/6 [2012] Diamond Knowle – High Street outside Lyons
3/1691/7 [2012] Diamond Knowle – High Street looking north
3/1691/8 [2012] Diamond Knowle – High Street looking north
3/1691/9 [2012] Diamond Knowle – Outside Guild House showing Knowle Astronomical Society
3/1691/10 [2012] Diamond Knowle – Showing Tommy Godwin outside Van Buren Stage
3/1691/11 [2012] Diamond Knowle – Showing crowd awaiting magician Van Buren's performance
3/1692/1 Eric Beaufoy in uniform
3/1693/1 Percy Reynolds in uniform
3/1694/1 Charles Seymour Watts in uniform
3/1695/1 H C Smith Snr1st Chairman of Solihull UDC
3/1695/2 H C Smith Jnr
3/1695/3 Mrs H C Smith (nee Davy)
3/1696/1 James W Davy2nd Mayor of Solihull
3/1697/1 M C Wade. MC
3/1698/1 Frederick Norman
3/1698/2 Ernest H Norman
3/1699/1 Howard J Reynolds
3/1700/1 Charlie Willcox
3/1701/1 Elvers Green Lane fordTwo children playing
3/1702/1 [1994] Midland BankFrom report into listed status
3/1702/2 [1994] Midland Bank - InteriorFrom report into listed status
3/1702/3 [1994] Midland Bank - InteriorFrom report into listed status
3/1702/4 [1994] Midland Bank - InteriorFrom report into listed status
3/1703/1 [1992] Red Lion Bowling GreenFrom report into listed status
3/1703/2 [1992] Red Lion Bowling GreenFrom report into listed status
3/1703/3 [1992] Red Lion Bowling GreenFrom report into listed status
3/1704/1 [1935] Knowle Stores, 1584-6 High Street with bunting for JubileeTaken from uncatalogued negative 99/612/1
3/1704/2 [1935] Station Road with street decorations for Jubilee
3/1705/1 High Street showing Lloyds Bank and Silverline Travel 1980/90s
3/1706/1 High Street showing Tony Letterese Hairdressers 1980/90s
3/1707/1 High Street showing Ellora, Hogg Travel and Greswolde Arms 1980/90s
3/1708/1 Station Road showing Knowle Fish Bar, The Carpet Shop and David Aitchison 1980/90s
3/1709/1 Knowle Precinct showing Tom Li Chinese takeaway, Mister Plum greengrocers and Lashford butchers.1980/90s
3/1709/2 Knowle Precinct showing Dorothy Fashions, Inspirations 1980/90s
3/1709/3 Knowle Precinct showing Bannister Opticians, Arkwrights, John Clarke electricals 1980/90s
3/1710/1 Milverton House 1980/90s
3/1711/1 Chester House 1980/90s
3/1712/1 High Street showing Curtis' bakery, Red Lion and Nat West Bank 1980/90s
3/1713/1 High Street showing Post Office, La Boutique Gaie, Sieglinde Hiscox 1980/90s
3/1714/1 High Street showing Richard Lukeman Antiques, Post Office, Smartys 1980/90s
3/1714/2 High Street showing Richard Lukeman Antiques, Silverline Travel 1980/90s
3/1715/1 High Street showing Mister Minit, Carlys, J & O Cameron, Latymer House, Covent Garden, Dillons Newsagents1980/90s
3/1716/1 Interior of Band & Meeks shop, 1980/90s
3/1716/2 Interior of Band & Meeks shop showing John Thackway,1980/90s
3/1717/1 Bank Hotel – Shipways and Burchell Edwards,1980/90s
3/1718/1 High Street showing Midland Bank and Mad Hatter's Tea Room,1980/90s
3/1719/1 High Street showing Jade Palace and Bilash takeaways 1980/90s
3/1720/1 Station Road showing Victoria Wine Co and Phillips Auctioneers 1980/90s
3/1720/2 Station Road showing Hintons and Grocers 1980/90s
3/1721/1 Station Road showing Turret Stores and houses beyond
3/1722/1 18-24 Kenilworth Road 1980/90s
3/1722/2 18-20 Kenilworth Road 1980/90s
3/1723/1 High Street looking North showing Greswolde Arms, Greswolde Garage, cottages to right and Men's Institute sign on left.
3/1724/1 [1953] Coronation celebrations Procession gathering. Oddfellows at front
3/1724/2 [1953] Coronation celebrations. Procession outside Curtis's. Air Cadets and Police
3/1724/3 [1953] Coronation celebrations. Procession outside Curtis's. Brownies and Cubs
3/1724/4 [1953] Coronation celebrations. Procession going into church
3/1724/5 [1953] Coronation celebrations. Pensioners' coach outing to London to view decorations
3/1726/1 Grimshaw Hall
3/1727/1 Knowle Lodge
3/1728/1 High Street looking North showing Greswolde Arms and Bank House
3/1728/2 High Street looking North
3/1728/3 High Street looking North showing the parsonage
3/1729/1 Frank Harper in his butcher's shop
3/1730/1 [1950] Jobs Close School
3/1731/1 [1981] The Square decorated for Royal Wedding
3/1732/1 [2016] Hampton Road housing developmentMiller Homes
3/1732/2 [2016] Hampton Road housing developmentMiller Homes
3/1733/1 White Swan Inn. Turn of 19/20th centuryLeamington Ales and Spratts Dog Cakes advertisements
3/1734/1 Knowle Church c. 1824A drawing from the Aylesford Collection
3/1734/2 Knowle ChurchOld postcard
3/1734/3 Knowle Church and Guild House. 'Church and Church House'Old postcard
3/1734/4 Knowle Church and Guild House.1870Old postcard
3/1734/5 Knowle Church. Old car in frontOld postcard
3/1735/1 Guild House - 'Old House at Knowle'Old postcard
3/1736/1 Forest Hotel, Dorridge. Early 20th centuryPostcard
3/1737/1 Chester House and Auction Sale Rooms next door. 'Old World Cottage'Postcard
3/1738/1 Knowle Hall Postcard
3/1739/1 Frank Smitten
3/1739/2 Sailors aboard The Black Prince
3/1740/1 Chester House when two cottages. Wolseley Landaulette outside
3/1741/1 Knowle Card shop drawn printed notelet
3/1742/1 Station Road showing Turret Stores, two other shops (Davies boarded up) and houses beyond
3/1743/1 Jobs Close
3/1744/1 [1925] Church and Guild House with canon in front and Standard Piccadilly saloon in roadwayIllustrated London News 14 Mar 1925
3/1745/1 Batts Hill
3/1746/1 Knowle Bowling Club late 1960sHarriman, Neary, Naylor, Isaacs, Rooke, Mander, Holland, Johnson, Davis, Newton, Frean, Lee, Hammond, Knibbs, Pendry, Phelps, Pincham, Hodson
3/1747/1 Group photo showing Mrs Louisa Hicken c 1920s
3/1748/1 Knowle Cricket Team? 1970S
3/1749/1 [1945] Colour drawing of George Stubbs in uniformChetto 1945 Italia
3/1750/1 2nd Lt P L Patterson in uniform,The Ards, KnowleThe Graphic 16 Dec 16
3/1751/1 High Street and Post Office c 1970sAlso Cox Brothers Grocers, La Boutique Hair, Arden Jewellers and Fen End Nurseries
3/1752/1 [2016] Photos from the presentation evening for the Queens Award for Voluntary Service to Knowle Society
3/1753/1 [2010] Grimshaw Hall – front
3/1753/2 [2010] Grimshaw Hall – front
3/1753/3 [2010] Grimshaw Hall – front
3/1753/4 [2010] Grimshaw Hall – front
3/1753/5 [2010] Grimshaw Hall – front
3/1753/6 [2010] Grimshaw Hall – front
3/1753/7 [2010] Grimshaw Hall – front
3/1753/8 [2010] Grimshaw Hall – front
3/1753/9 [2010] Grimshaw Hall – front
3/1753/10 [2010] Grimshaw Hall – rear
3/1753/11 [2010] Grimshaw Hall – rear
3/1753/12 [2010] Grimshaw Hall – rear
3/1753/13 [2010] Grimshaw Hall – rear
3/1753/14 [2010] Grimshaw Hall – rear
3/1753/15 [2010] Grimshaw Hall – side viewRoger Hancox
3/1753/16 [2010] Grimshaw Hall – side view
3/1753/17 [2010] Grimshaw Hall – side viewRoger Hancox
3/1753/18 [2010] Grimshaw Hall – side view
3/1753/19 [2010] Grimshaw Hall – outbuildings
3/1753/20 [2010] Grimshaw Hall – gardens
3/1753/21 [2010] Grimshaw Hall – gardens
3/1753/22 [2010] Grimshaw Hall – gardens
3/1753/23 [2010] Grimshaw Hall – gardens
3/1753/24 [2010] Grimshaw Hall – gardens
3/1754/1 [1963] Photo from The Report into the Railway Accident
3/1754/2 [1963] Photo from The Report into the Railway Accident
3/1755/1 [1893] Photo of a painting of George Allen Everitt 1823-1905G Allemand artist
3/1756/1 Edith Mary Cammack
3/1757/1 Edward Bower
3/1758/1 [1915] Postcard from Canon Downing to Mrs F Collins of Chideock Vicarage, Bridport. Own photograph on front
3/1759/1 Clarence Sinclair Smith
3/1760/1 The Wilsons Arms inside 50s/60s
3/1760/2 The Wilsons Arms inside 50s/60s
3/1760/3 The Wilsons Arms inside 50s/60s
3/1760/4 [1958] Group of unidentified people at The Wilson c 60sStamped on back Photograph by ? Cocks, Stratford ? Herald
3/1760/5 Publicity card for The Wilsons Arms
3/1760/6 Publicity card for The Wilsons ArmsDiscarded' poem on back
3/1760/7 The Wilsons Arms inside 1950s/60s
3/1760/8 The Wilsons Arms inside 1950s/60s
3/1760/9 The Wilsons Arms inside 1950s/60s
3/1760/10 The Wilsons Arms outside 1950s/60s
3/1760/11 The Wilsons Arms outside 1950s/60s
3/1760/12 The Wilsons Arms outside 1950s/60s2 copies both damaged
3/1760/13 The Wilsons Arms outside 1950s/60s
3/1760/14 The Wilsons Arms outside 1950s/60s
3/1760/15 The Wilsons Arms outside 1950s/60s
3/1760/16 The Wilsons Arms outside 1950s/60s
3/1760/17 The Wilsons Arms outside 1950s/60s
3/1760/18 The Wilsons Arms outside 1950s/60s6 people and cars
3/1760/19 The Wilsons Arms outside 1950s/60sBarrels on Bass lorry
3/1760/20 The Wilsons Arms outside 1950s/60sOld car outside
3/1760/21 The Wilsons Arms outside 1950s/60sFrom Lodge Rd corner
3/1760/22 The Wilsons Arms outside 1950s/60sLooking towards High Street
3/1760/23 The Wilsons Arms outside 1950s/60sShowing buildings at back and old car park
3/1760/24 The Wilsons Arms outside 1950s/60s
3/1760/25 The Wilsons Arms outside 1950s/60s
3/1760/26 Christmas Card showing The Wilsons Arms staff
3/1761/1 Mr & Mrs Deeman outside church
3/1761/2 Mr Deeman and others
3/1761/3 Thomas Deeman, in naval uniform with monkey. Proprietor of The Wilsons 1960s
3/1761/4 Thomas Deeman on right, in naval uniform .Proprietor of The Wilsons 1960s
3/1761/5 Mr Deeman and another gentleman with drawing of Mr Deeman
3/1762/1 Parade headed by scouts and British Legion? Remembrance Day1950s/60sTaken from The Wilsons Arms towards Lodge Road
3/1763/1 The Bull’s Head at Barston outside c. 1950sThomas Deeman proprietor before coming to The Wilson Arms
3/1763/2 The Bull’s Head at Barston outside c. 1950s
3/1763/3 The Bull’s Head at Barston outside c. 1950sDrayman and Thomas Deeman
3/1763/4 The Bull’s Head at Barston outside c. 1950sLarge group with penny farthings
3/1763/5 The Bull’s Head at Barston outside c. 1950sMen with comedy teeth
3/1763/6 The Bull’s Head at Barston inside c. 1950s7 photos
3/1763/7 The Bull’s Head at Barston outside c. 1950s2 men with penny farthings and comedy teeth
3/1764/1 Postcard of Midland Counties Asylum, Knowle
3/1764/2 Middlefield, Knowle
3/1765/1 [2018] Wootton Close, Hampton Road
3/1766/1 [2018] Packwood Mews, Hampton Road
3/1767/1 [2018] New housing Hampton Road
3/1768/1 [2018] High Street showing Knowle Sweet Shop, Glasstower Jewellery and Leven
3/1768/2 [2018] High Street showing Ale Rooms, Viola and Hairology
3/1768/3 [2018] High Street showing 1683 Chocolate shop and Journey the World
3/1769/1 [2018] Knowle Precinct showing Shipways and Knowle Interiors
3/1769/2 [2018] Knowle Precinct showing Cristal
3/1769/3 [2018] Knowle Precinct showing Royle Household
3/1770/4 [2018] Knowle Precinct showing Loch Fyne
3/1771/1 [2018] Arden GrangeMcCarthy and Stone development. On site of Greswold Garage
3/1772/1 Chester HouseColour postcard. Greville Court sign on side
3/1773/1 Knowle ChurchPostcard of framed photograph. Shows graveyard to front of church
3/1774/1 [1958] Aerial view of KnowleShowing Church and Primary School. Taken by Paul Harris
3/1774/2 [1958] Aerial view of KnowleShowing bus terminus and Station Road. Paul Harris
3/1774/3 [1958] Aerial view of KnowleFrom Kenilworth Road towards village. Paul Harris
3/1774/4 [1959] Aerial view of KnowleShowing Church, Guild House, Scouts Field and Caravan Park and Red Lion
3/1774/5 [1966] Aerial view of KnowleFrom Church Tower along Kenilworth Road. Paul Harris
3/1775/1 Aerial view of Knowle. Approx mid 1960sTaken from Church Tower looking down Kenilworth Road
3/1775/2 Aerial view of Knowle. Approx mid 1960sTaken from Church Tower looking North along High Street. Before precinct
3/1776/1 Midland Red bus crashed into Joseph Harris dry cleaners
3/1777/1 [1989] Carnival float procession9 photos
3/1778/1 Grimshaw Hall late 1940s6 photos
3/1779/1 [2000] Carnival float procession8 photos. Including Carnival Queen, Scouts, Knowle FC, Knowle URC, Pipe Band
3/1780/1 Milverton House
3/1781/1 Greswolde Garage
3/1782/1 Two Cottages on Warwick Road
3/1783/1 Stowe House
3/1783/2 Stowe House and Chapel (as shop before Knowle Brasserie)
3/1784/1 Kimbells WalkShowing Aspen Windows and Dixons Estate Agents
3/1785/1 Precinct Car ParkShowing recycling bins and building work
3/1786/1 Photograph of Grant of Dower c 1200
3/1787/1 [1999] Canal locks in summer
3/1787/2 [1999] Canal locks in summer
3/1787/3 [1999] Goldsworthys yard in summer
3/1787/4 [1999] Goldsworthys yard in winter
3/1788/1 [2019] Library Forecourt3 photos
3/1789/1 [2019] High Street showing Knowle Travel, Ivory Tower, Knowle Brasserie (part)
3/1789/2 [2019] High Street showing Glasstower Jewellery and Knowle Traditional Sweet Shop
3/1789/3 [2019] High Street showing Phase 2, 1683 Chocolate Place and Journey the World
3/1789/4 [2019] High Street showing Elderberry Black's Cafe
3/1789/5 [2019] High Street showing William Hill and Bread Collection
3/1789/6 [2019] High Street showing Soni Milano, Saffron and Phase 2
3/1789/7 [2019] High Street showing John Shepherd to Bread Collection
3/1789/8 [2019] High Street showing Knowle Traditional Sweet Shop
3/1789/9 [2019] High Street showing Dillons, Peters Healthcare, Bliss Cakes and Pharmacy (part)
3/1789/10 [2019] High Street showing Ale Rooms
3/1789/11 [2019] High Street showing Eric Lyons after refit. Lyons family outside
3/1790/1 [1992] Shop Redevelopment High Street West to be Lloyds Bank and Cafe Saffron
3/1790/2 [1992] Shop Redevelopment High Street East Knowle Card Shop
3/1790/3 [1992] High Street showing Knowle Post Office, new development and Smarty's
3/1790/4 [1992] High Street showing Aspen Windows and Ritz Video Film Hire
3/1790/5 [1992] High Street showing empty shop to let beside Ritz and Sheldon Florist
3/1791/1 [1992] 70 and 72 Station Road
3/1792/1 [1992] Lansdowne House Boat House and lake3 photos
3/1793/1 [1992] Berkswell stocks3 photos
3/1794/1 [1999] Grimshaw Hall prior to sale25 photos
3/1795/1 [2019] Christine Hazel and Betty Ewin of Knowle Society Local History with winner of quiz, her mother and owner of Chocolate Place
3/1795/2 [2019] Visit by Harbury Local History Society 18th May 2019Guild House. 3 photos
3/1796/1 [2019] 29 photographs of sculptures by John Letts of 160 Tilehouse Green LaneReligious figures, the Queen etc
3/1797/1 1 St John's Close
5/1/1 [1949] Carnival advertising board. Endorsed G. Curtis
5/2/1 [1977] Brief life history of Miss Eva Wootton. (Gerald Asbury)
5/3/1 [1977] The Guild of Knowle: A Brief History (Eva Wootton)
5/4/1 [1977] The Royal Connections of Knowle. 3pp
5/5/1 [1927] Newspaper cutting: Queen Mary's visit to KnowleMentions visit to Grimshaw Hall. 2 pp
5/6/1 [1927] Newspaper cutting: Queen Mary's visit to KnowleMentions visit to Grimshaw Hall.
5/7/1 [1798] Boston family papers: invoice headed Society of Knowle ClubTyped with place for signature of William Boston. Endorsed with unsigned handwritten note re picture, German silver cream jug and walking stick.
5/7/2 [1805] Boston family papers: letter re death of John BostonWritten from George Pettitt to J. S. Lindop. Refers to death of Mr. Boston, possibly at Tongagabbertoo, apparently shipwrecked.
5/7/3 Boston family papers: family tree with notes on individualsAlso includes members of Pontifex family. 7pp
5/7/4 Boston family papers: notes on the Cotterrell family. 4pp
5/7/5 Boston family papers: notes by Mrs. KingIncludes: note re Dionisius Boston, born in 1748; The Priory (Guild House); death of Mrs. King's great-grandfather on voyage to Sandwich Islands; the Trehernes' school at the Manor House; Bullivant family; St. Thomas's Day dole. Signed longhand version a
5/8/1 Brisker family papers: family treeComiled by Mr. Robert Brisker.
5/8/2 Brisker family papers: notes on individuals. 52pp
5/9/1 Kimbell family papers: list of individuals. 2ppCompiled by Dr. Crowle Smith. 3 accompanying letters.
5/9/2 Kimbell family papers: details of family relationships. 36pp
5/10/1 [1927] Knowle Church Appeal for £200: appeal letter. 2ppAppeal for cost of oak brackets in the roof, treatment of roof timber with beetle fluid, installation of electric light and an electric blower for the organ. Typed copy. Space for signatures of Canon Downing, Arthur Williams and Hubert Wilson (churchwar
5/10/2 [1927] Knowle Church Appeal for £200: 1st list of subscribersList of names as follows: Major Everitt, Canon Downing, Miss Lea, Miss Clementson, Mr. F. H. Viney, Mr. & Mrs. Martin, Mr A. J. Johnson, Mr. Edward Jefferson, Mr. A. D. Melson, Mr. & Mrs. Norton, Mr. & Mrs. Bolding, Mr. R. G. E. Freeman, Lady Reynolds, S
5/10/3 [1927] Knowle Church Appeal for £200: 2nd list of subscribersList of names as follows: Mrs. Kingsnorth, Mr. & Mrs. Abrahan, Mr. & Mrs. A. E. Williams, Miss Williams, Mr. H. M. Williams, Mr. C. T. Clarke, Mr. & Mrs. Hubert Wilson, Mr & Mrs. Chinn, Dr. R. Bower, Miss M. Bower, Miss Mitchell, Mr. J. & Miss Matthews, M
5/10/4 [1927] Knowle Church Appeal for £200: receipt to Mr. B. Pontifex
5/11/1 Knowle Parish Church: Financial statementRefers to shortfall of £90 in income to meet essential expenditure. Mentions C. T. Clarke, J. Walter Davey, A. E. Williams and W. E. Mullard.
5/12/1 [1927] Dorridge Parsonage Fund: Appeal notice. 2ppMentions Mr. Bidlake & C. J. Grove & Sons. Signaturies are Revd. J. W. Sharp, J. J. James & C. A. Mason (churchwardens) and H. T. Ollard (Hon Sec.)
5/12/2 Dorridge Parsonage Fund: list of donationsList of names as follows: Aldridge, Anthony, Ash, Baylay, Bicknell, Bower, Button, Cashmore, Clarke, Lady Curtis, Davie, Downing, Dugard, Everitt, Harper, Harris, Heinrich, Hollick, Hoskins, Hossell, Jackson Mr. G. F., James, Loach, Melson, Morris, Musgro
5/13/1 [1927] Newspaper cutting: The old churches of Warwickshire. 2ppIncludes Temple Balsall and Knowle. Undated, but mentions that the vicar at the time had been in Knowle for about 25 years and found the Guild House in a state of dilapidation. (Canon Downing came to Knowle in 1902)
5/14/1 [1927] Newspaper cutting: The founder of Knowle ChurchWalter Cook.
5/15/1 [1969] Knowle Festival Programme (part) 7ppIncludes details of 'Open Houses' day.
5/16/1 [1966] Knowle Festival Programme
5/17/1 [1937] Programme: Knowle coronation celebrations
5/18/1 [1902] Programme: Knowle coronation celebrations
5/19/1 [1976] Service sheet: Knowle United Reformed Church centenary
5/20/1 [1977] Service sheet: Silver Jubilee celebrations
5/21/1 [1977] Service sheet: Silver Jubilee celebrations
5/22/1 [1977] Programme: Knowle & Dorridge Jubilee celebrations
5/23/1 [1976] Service sheet: Knowle United Reformed Church centenary
5/24/1 [1966] Knowle Festival Programme
5/25/1 [1977] Knowle Society Jubilee Tree Planting: programme
5/25/2 [1977] Knowle Society Jubilee Tree Planting: telegram to the Queen
5/25/3 [1977] Knowle Society Jubilee Tree Planting: reply from the Palace
5/26/1 [1977] Knowle Society Jubilee Tree Planting: programme
5/27/1 [1931] Knowle Church: calendar/blotter
5/28/1 [1935] Knowle Church: calendar/blotter
5/29/1 [1937] Knowle Church: calendar/blotter
5/30/1 [1902] 'An Excursion to Knowle, Temple Balsall and Berksell in 1902In the Year 1902 An article copied from the journal of Birmingham Archaeological Society.
5/31/1 'The Old Houses in Our Neighbourhood' by Allen G. EverittAn article by Allen E. Everitt, copied from the journal of Birmingham Archaeological Society. Includes references to Baddesley Clinton, Temple Balsall, Berry Hall and Grimshaw Hall.
5/32/1 Guild House embossing tool (sample)
5/33/1 Literature re Chessetts Wood Mission Church
5/34/1 [1927] Service sheet: Knowle Church 525th anniversary
5/35/1 [1978] Letter from Eva Wootton
5/36/1 [1935] Knowle Celebrations: Silver Jubilee King George VKnowle celebrations, 6th May 1935.
Statement of Accounts
List of contributions to the Knowle Jubilee Fund
5/37/1 Article re Mr. Mullard
5/38/1 [1912] Knowle Parish Magazine:cutting re restoration of Guild House
5/39/1 [1905] Programme: organ recital to celebrate re-opening of organ
5/40/1 [1978] Programme: opening of Solihull Central Library
5/41/1 Nine Book of poems by Mr. J. Hopkins (5/41/1 - 5/41/9)
5/41/2 Book of poems by Mr. J. Hopkins
5/41/3 Book of poems by Mr. J. Hopkins
5/41/4 Book of poems by Mr. J. Hopkins
5/41/5 Book of poems by Mr. J. Hopkins
5/41/6 Book of poems by Mr. J. Hopkins
5/41/7 Book of poems by Mr. J. Hopkins
5/41/8 Book of poems by Mr. J. Hopkins
5/41/9 Book of poems by Mr. J. Hopkins
5/42/1 [1987] Paper: The Royal British Legion (Knowle): 60 Glorious Years
5/43/1 Brochure: Samuel Welsh Home for Retired Nurses
5/44/1 Newspaper cutting: Memories of Pubs Gone ByIncludes reference to inn/tavern tokens.
5/45/1 Newspaper cutting: Memories of Pubs Gone ByIncludes reference to tavern tokens.
5/46/1 [1978] Programme: Dorridge Church Centenary Flower Festival
5/47/1 [1978] Programme: Dorridge Church Centenary Flower Festival
5/48/1 [1953] Ration book for Miss E. Hancox in leatherette case
5/49/1 'The Romance of Road Names' hand written by Eva WoottonIncludes short history of Knowle and refers to naming of roads by Knowle Society.
5/50/1 [1995] Mrs. Olive Moulston: British Legion Service History
5/51/1 [1940] Footpath Survey: List of symbols
5/51/2 [1940] Instructions for Footpath SurveyThe Commons, Open Spaces & Footpaths Preservation Society
Ramblers' Association
5/51/3 [1940] Map of footpaths in wider Knowle AreaHand-marked footpaths and main roads on unspecified published map base.
5/52/1 [1965] Domestic weekly Shopping OrderMrs Griffith
5/53/1 [1896] Knowle Institute Bible Class: Member's TicketTea & Entertainment event
Wednesday 15th January 1896
5/54/1 [1918] Postcard from Knowle to Pte White from his wifeTo Pte White from his wife while he is on active service.
5/55/1 [1919] Programme for World War 1 Peace Celebrations
5/56/1 [1912] Gun Licence 1912Issued to Sidney Ronald Burton (Rotten Row Farm)
5/56/2 [1913] Gun Licence 1913Issued to Sidney Ronald Burton (Rose Farm)
5/56/3 [1916] Gun Licence 1916Issued to Sidney Ronald Burton (Rose Farm)
5/56/4 [1917] Carriage Licence 1917Issued to Sidney Ronald Burton (Rose Farm)
5/56/5 [1919] Gun Licence 1918Issued to Sidney Ronald Burton
5/57/1 [1890] Newspaper supplement: Jacques photographsEvening Mail supplement Good Friday, undated later half of 20th Century, of photographs from the Edwin Howard Jacques collection.
Knowle Station, Poplars Farm
5/58/1 [1996] Customs of the Manor 1574Transcribed and translated by John R. Jarman.
5/59/1 [1935] Daily Mail: 1935 Silver Jubilee Edition
5/62/1 [1945] Programme: Felons Centenary Dinner 1945
5/62/2 [1945] Text of speech by John Burman at Felons Centenary Dinner
5/62/3 [1950] Programme: Felons 150th Annual Dinner 1950
5/62/4 [1960] Programme: Felons Annual Dinner 1960
5/62/5 [1970] Programme: Felons Annual Dinner 1970
5/62/6 [1945] Programme: Felons Centenary Dinner 1945
5/62/7 [1945] Text of speech by John Burman at Felons Centenary Dinner
5/62/8 [1960] Programme: Felons Annual Dinner 1960
5/62/9 [1970] Programme: Felons Annual Dinner 1970
5/63/1 [1950] Booklet - Rules and Articles for Regulation of the Knowle FelonsIncludes list of members
5/67/1 [1966] Knowle Festival Programme4th -11th June 1966.
5/68/1 [1979] Order of Service - Rededication of BellsTuesday 20th November 1979, Knowle Parish Church.
Dedication by the Lord Bishop of Birmingham.
3 copies.
5/71/1 [1844] Sermon by W. Hood at the death of Mrs BowerPrinted as a booklet after the delivery of the sermon at the Salem Chapel, Knowle.
5/71/2 [1844] Sermon on death of Mrs BowerCopy of 5/71/1
5/71/3 [1844] Sermon on death of Mrs BowerSecond copy of 5/71/1
5/74/1 [1868] Ticket for Red Lion Ball
5/76/1 [1957] Opening of Jobs Close
5/77/1 [1935] Midland Counties Institution: Hist. Notes & Developments
5/77/2 [1939] Midland Counties Institution: Report 1939
5/77/3 [1936] 'Industries for the Feebleminded'
5/77/4 [1966] Middlefield Hospital: Brief History
5/77/5 [1897] 'Brief Description of the Midland Counties Idiot Asylum'
5/77/6 [1983] 'Middlefield News'. With drawing of laying foundation stone
5/77/7 [1966] Middlefield Hospital: Brief History
5/77/8 [1992] Middlefield: Brief article re closure
5/78/1 [1892] Horticultural Society document
5/79/1 [1949] Midland red bus timetable
5/81/1 [1935] White Swan - application for removal & licence
5/82/1 Historical Notes Relating to the Manor of LongdonCompiled by W. G. B. Whitehouse A list of the Lords of the Manor from 1066 until the present day, with brief notes on each.
5/83/1 [1980] Arden Club Dinner
5/84/1 [1980] Arden Club Dinner
5/85/1 [1980] Arden Club dinner
5/86/1 [1950] Bowling Club documents
5/87/1 [1957] Bowling Club ticket
5/88/1 [1959] Document re. Knowle Village Hall
5/89/1 Village Hall & leaflet for Bunter's Restaurant
5/90/1 [1952] Knowle Festival ProgrammeOrganised by Knowle Community Association.
Copy of an original lent by Mr Peter May.
5/91/1 [1973] Knowle Festival Programme16th -23rd September 1973 organised by Knowle & Dorridge Round Table.
5/92/1 Parish Magazine - 1931-1966 reviewKnowle Church Magazine - Notes from Parish Magazines 1932 (sic) - 1966
5/93/1 [1891] Programme - Tableaux Vivants & Wax WorksCast list of entertainment (possibly at Knowle Lodge).
Includes members of the Bower family plus Kimbell, Tonks, Taunton & Foster
5/93/2 [1891] Programme - Tableaux Vivants & Wax WorksCopy of 5/93/1
5/93/3 [1891] Programme - Tableaux Vivants & Wax WorksCopy of 5/93/1.
5/94/1 [1980] Knowle Festival Concert ProgrammeHeld in Knowle Parish Church, 6th May 1980.
5/94/2 [1980] Knowle Festival Concert ProgrammeCopy of 5/94/1.
5/100/1 [1942] Leaflet for Horse Show, Gymkana, Auction & Agricultural Show at Chadwick EndHeld at Hunter and Pony Stud Farm, Chadwick End, Saturday 5th September 1942.
5/101/1 [1943] Knowle Holidays at HomeEquestrian Sports and Pony Races, Saturday 14th August 1943, held at Knowle Hall
5/102/1 [1928] Menu: Knowle British Legion 1st annual dinner at Wilson Arms
5/103/1 [1979] Arden School May Fair ProgrammeSaturday 19th May 1979 - Opened by Paul Daniels
5/104/1 [1980] Arden School May Fair ProgrammeSaturday 17th May 1980 opened by Little & Large
5/105/1 [1980] Dorridge Day ProgrammeSaturday 13th September 1980.
5/107/1 [1981] Knowle Pageant: draft script
5/109/1 [1980] Knowle Festival Programme4-10 May 1980
5/110/1 [1980] Knowle Festival Programme4-10 May 1980 - Duplicate of 5/109/1
5/111/1 [1980] 'The Knowle Bowler', Bicentenary Ed. Includes history of clubApil 1980
5/112/1 [1971] County Borough of Solihull - Official Guide
5/113/1 [1977] A-Z Trade Directory - Solihull
5/114/1 [1977] Bus Timetable - Solihull Area
5/115/1 [1981] History of Bentley Heath Cottages, Tilehouse Green Lane
5/116/1 [1975] Guide to Knowle Parish Church by Eva Wootton. 3rd EditionWritten by Eva Wootton. Undated, but post-1972 (refers to 'The History of Knowle') and before 1982 (written in the incumbency of Revd. J.V.F. Rusher).
5/117/1 [1963] Letter from Reg Phillips re. High StreetLetter to Dr Bower at the formation of The Knowle Society mentioning:
Swan Hotel, Lodge Road, Parish Hall, Oil painting of High Street, Greswolde Hotel, Kimbell, boys playing soldiers during the Boer War.
5/118/1 [1] Letter from R Brotherton re. Cotterrell familyWritten to Mrs Wilson 7th March 1980.
5/119/1 [1980] Letter from R Brotherton re. Cotterrell FamilyWritten to Mrs Wilson.
5/120/1 [1981] Letter from Dr. Stephanie Fleming re. Yew Tree Farm
5/121/1 [1848] An Extract from 'No Hero, I Confess'Written by Christopher Norton Wright, 1848. An account of a visit to the Cotterell family at Knowle, with an overnight stop at the Mermaid (Greswolde).
5/122/1 Dorothy Ward, actress - newspaper obituary
5/124/1 [1902] Quincentenary of Knowle Church - newspaper reportOne article in two cuttings.
A history and description of the church.
5/125/1 [1902] Quincentenary of Knowle Church - newspaper reportOne article in one cutting.
A history and description of the church including reference to a new organ.
5/126/1 [1902] Quincentenary of Knowle Church - newspaper reportOne article in one cuttings.
A further history and description of the church following article in 1/124/1.
5/127/1 Newspaper article on KnowleTitled: Warwickshire Villages - 20
The Manor of Knowle, Some Former Inhabitants.
c. 1930's
5/128/1 Newspaper article on KnowleTitled: Warwickshire Villages - 21
Knowle's Ancient Church, a Beneficent Founder
c. 1930's
5/129/1 [1932] The Late Canon Downing - An appreciation (Newspaper cutting)
5/129/2 [1932] Canon Downing's funeral - attendanceIncomplete copy.
5/129/3 [1932] Newspaper report on Canon Downing's funeralA Village in Mourning - Big gathering at funeral of Knowle Vicar - Dog at graveside.
5/130/1 [1932] Canon Downing - WillFuneral directions and bequests to parishioners.
5/131/1 [1932] Canon Downing - Funeral service sheet23rd July 1932.
Also copy of front sheet of the above.
5/132/1 [1934] Dedication Service Sheet for memorial window to Canon DowningKnowle Church - 23rd June 1934.
Cover page only.
5/133/1 [1936] Remembrance Service Sheet - King George VService of Remembrance and Hope - 2nd February 1936, for King George V.
Cover page only.
5/134/1 [1926] Draft letter from S G Everitt to Warwickshire CC10 Sept 1926. 3 pp
5/134/2 [1926] Copy of draft letter from S G Everitt to Warwickshire CC 10 Sept 1926. 3 pp
5/134/3 [1926] Draft letter from S G Everitt to Warwickshire CC 18th Sept 1926
5/134/4 [1926] Copy of letter from S G Everitt to Warwickshire CC 28th Sept 1926
5/134/5 [1926] Letter from Jeffrey Parr, Hasell & Parr, Solicitors to S G Everitt5th Oct 1926
5/134/6 [1926] Letter from Warwickshire CC to S G Everitt15th Oct 1926
5/134/7 [1926] Letter from Jeffrey Parr, Hasell & Parr, Solicitors to S G Everitt16th Oct 1926
5/134/8 [1926] Letter from Jeffrey Parr, Hasell & Parr, Solicitors to S G Everitt21st Oct 1926
5/134/9 [1926] Letter from Warwickshire CC to S G Everitt17th Nov 1926
5/134/10 [1926] Letter from Warwickshire CC to S G Everitt3rd Dec 1926
5/134/11 [1926] Letter from Warwickshire CC to S G Everitt6th Dec 1926
5/134/12 [1926] Letter from Warwickshire CC to S G Everitt8th Dec 1926
5/134/13 [1926] Letter from Mrs H G (Pat) Everitt to Dr BowerMar 20th 1982
5/136/1 [1919] Knowle Great War certificate for Pte. William White R.A.S.C.
5/138/1 [1982] Programme: Opening of Paterson Court
5/138/2 [1982] Programme: Opening of Paterson CourtDuplicate of 138/1.
5/138/3 [1982] Programme: Opening of Paterson CourtDuplicate of 138/1.
5/138/4 [1982] Programme: Opening of Paterson CourtDuplicate of 138/1.
5/141/1 [1980] Order of Service: Ordination of Revd. David Pitkeathly15th February 1980 at Knowle United Reformed Church.
5/142/1 [1903] Letter: Donors to wedding present for Miss MarstonChessetts Wood Church gift of silver candlesticks on the marriage of Miss Maud Marston.
5/143/1 [1951] Solihull News: Children's talent competitionWilson Arms Assembly Hall.
5/145/1 [1983] Service Sheet: Induction of Revd. Stephen Seamer
5/145/2 [1983] Service Sheet: Induction of Revd. Stephen SeamerDuplicate of 5/145/1
5/145/3 [1983] Service Sheet: Induction of Revd. Stephen SeamerDuplicate of 5/145/1
5/148/1 [1919] Knowle Parish Council Agenda3rd December 1919.
5/149/1 [1982] Service Sheet - Memorial service for H G Everitt2nd March 1982.
5/150/1 [1946] Knowle Picture House - Programme October 1946
5/151/1 [1898] Post Office Telegram to Mr & Mrs Robinson of Packwood GrangeCongratulatory telegram presumed on the occasion of a wedding from Mrs Emmie?
5/151/2 [1898] Post Office Telegram to Mr & Mrs Robinson of Packwood GrangeCongratulatory telegram presumed on the occasion of a wedding from Mrs Isherwood.
5/151/3 [1898] Post Office Telegram to Mr & Mrs Robinson of Packwood GrangeCongratulatory telegram presumed on the occasion of a wedding from Maison?
5/151/4 [1898] Post Office Telegram to Mr & Mrs Robinson of Packwood GrangeCongratulatory telegram presumed on the occasion of a wedding from Mrs Wilson.
5/151/5 [1898] Post Office Telegram to Mr & Mrs Robinson of Packwood GrangeCongratulatory telegram presumed on the occasion of a wedding from top table Garden Restaurant.
5/152/1 [1982] Knowle Village Cricket Club - Centenary Programme1982 programme includes photograph of 1980 team.
5/153/1 [1970] Knowle & District Community Association 26th Annual ReportReports from member groups including The Knowle Society.
5/154/1 [1905] Postcard to Miss Vickers (maid) at Knowle LodgeFrom her brother.
5/155/1 Guide to Knowle Parish Church (Canon Downing, E.H. Freeman)
5/156/1 Vesper hymn for use in time of war
5/157/1 [1888] Lecture re History of Knowle Church by Canon HoweIncludes brief history of the Manor of Knowle.
5/157/2 [1888] Lecture re History of Knowle Church by Canon HoweCopy of 5/157/1
5/158/1 [1926] Notice: presentation to Canon Downing by Sunday SchoolTo mark 25th years as Vicar of Knowle.
5/159/1 [1932] Service sheet: funeral of Canon DowningThis item now re-numbered as 5/131/1/DOWN/1932
5/160/1 [1933] Service sheet: institution of Mr. Sharp as Vicar of Knowle
5/161/1 [1921] Letter: T W Downing to Mrs. Foster re war memorial, etc.Mentions war memorial, Guy (Jackson?), Mrs. Brace.
5/161/2 [1921] Letter: T W Downing to Mrs. Foster re war memorial, etc.Mentions war memorial and new neighbours, Dr. (Foster?), Taunton family and death of Mr. Taunton, Batts Hill, Jackson family and his own sister Dolly.
5/162/1 [1921] Leaflet: Soldiers' Chapel
5/163/1 St. John Ambulance Assoc. first aid examination questions
5/164/1 [1914] British Red Cross Society: Notes on the Geneva Convention
5/165/1 [1917] British Red Cross Soc: Certificate awarded to Miss M. Bower
5/166/1 [1914] British Red Cross Soc: V.A.D. Warwick 46 Rules
5/166/2 [1914] British Red Cross Soc: Plan of Knowle School as VAD hospital
5/167/1 [1916] Card from Knowle Sunday School children to HMS Black Prince
5/168/1 [1981] Knowle Pageant programme November 1981
5/169/1 [1977] Knowle & Dorridge Silver Jubilee Celebrations programme of eventsMonday 6th June and Tuesday 7th June 1977 with preceeding events.
Includes stapled slip of updates to events and visit of the Mayor, Nornan Green.
5/170/1 [1977] Order of Service for 1977 Jubilee Service at Knowle Parish Church5th June 1977
5/171/1 [1969] Knowle Festival programme 1969May 17-24 1969, includes current photographs of local historic houses.
5/172/1 [1983] Knowle Junior School summer feteWhack the woodword and mend the masonry.
5/173/1 [1983] Knowle Junior School summer feteWhack the woodword and mend the masonry. Duplicate of 5/172/1.
5/174/1 [1919] Knowle Great War Certificate awarded to Sergt. Chas Beesley
5/177/1 [1972] 'The History of Knowle': Manuscript
5/177/2 [1972] 'The History of Knowle': Typescript with photosIn binder.
5/177/3 [1972] 'The History of Knowle': Typescript
5/177/4 [1972] 'The History of Knowle': Spare typescript
5/177/5 [1972] 'The History of Knowle': Typescript (paper cover)
5/177/6 [1972] 'The History of Knowle': Galley proof/photos
5/177/7 [1972] 'The History of Knowle': Account book
5/177/8 [1972] 'The History of Knowle': Manuscript (Draft?)Dark red hardback exercise book.
5/177/9 [1972] 'The History of Knowle': Manuscript indexBlack hardback exercise book.
5/177/10 [1972] 'The History of Knowle': Order bookBlack hardback exercise book.
5/177/11 [1980] 'The History of Knowle': Subscription list for 1980 reprintRed hardback exercise book.
Reprint was paid for by pre-publication subscription list organised by The Knowle Society. Two separate (not identical) lists of subscribers were kept, of which this is the one compiled by Mrs. Beryl Wilson.
5/178/1 [1972] The History of Knowle':
5/179/1 [1972] The History of Knowle':
5/180/1 [1972] The History of Knowle':
5/181/1 [1972] The History of Knowle':
5/186/1 [1905] Calendar from the Wootton family shop in Victoria Buildings'Sweet Reflections' (a model in Grecian pose). Christmas 1904.
5/186/2 [1905] Calendar from the Wootton family shop in Victoria Buildings'A Labour of Love' (a model in Grecian pose). Christmas 1904.
5/188/1 [1914] Notice re Government War Loan
5/188/2 [1915] Notice re public meeting to form Volunteer Force
5/188/3 [1915] Newspaper cutting re rifle corps (source of 5/198/1)
5/188/4 [1916] Newspaper cutting: death of W Bird & G Thompson
5/188/5 [1917] Service sheet: Unveiling of Black Prince Memorial Tablet
5/188/6 [1917] Newspaper cutting: Roll of Honour (Death of Jack Williams)
5/188/7 [1917] Newspaper cutting: Knowle Institute
5/188/8 [1918] Springfield V.A.D. Alphabet (poem by Mr. Whybrow)
5/188/9 [1919] Notice: Subscriptions for war memorials
5/188/10 [1919] Notice: World War 1 Peace celebrations
5/188/11 [1919] Newspaper cutting: Knowle Institute (peace celebrations fund)
5/188/12 [1920] Notice: Knowle Institute War Memorial Tablet
5/188/13 [1921] Parish Magazine article: Knowle war memorial (inc list of names)
5/188/14 [1918] Newspaper cutting: local cricketers join army
5/189/1 [1902] Call for public subscriptions to celebrate the coronation of King Edward VIILeaflet produced by a meeting of the parishioners of Knowle Church calling for subscriptions for acelebration of the coronotion, not to exceed £150. Includes a list of initial subscribers and committee. Signed by Canon T W Downing, C T Clarke and J Inger
5/189/2 [1902] Programme of events to celebrate the coronation of King Edward VIIChurch service, processions, dinner, sports, bonfire and fireworks. Location unspecified. Planned for 26-27 June 1902 but postponed until August because of the King's appendicitis.
5/189/3 [1902] Programme of events (rescheduled) to celebrate the coronation of King Edward VIIRevised and rescheduled programme of events to celebrate the coronation of King Edward VII on Saturday 9th August 1902.
5/189/4 [1911] Call for public subscriptions to celebrate the coronation of King George VLeaflet produced by a meeting of the parishioners of Knowle Church calling for subscriptions for acelebration of the coronotion. Signed by Canon T W Downing, C T Clarke and W A J Bird.
5/189/5 [1911] Programme of events to celebrate the coronation of King George VChurch service, processions, dinner, sports, bonfire, fire balloon, fireworks, fire brigade display and torch-lit procession held in the Jubilee Field. Thursday 22nd June 1911.
5/189/6 [1911] Statement of Accounts & List of Contributors for celebration of the coronation of King George VTotal cost £260 3s 1d.
5/190/1 [1912] Invitation to parishioners to the re-opening of the Guild HouseFollowing the gift of the Guild House by G F Jackson to the church. Opening by the Lord Bishop of Birmingham 24 February 1912.
5/190/2 [1912] Invitation to tea at Knowle School after the re-opening of the Guild HouseInvitation to Mr & Mrs Clarke by Mrs G F Jackson
5/190/3 [1912] Newspaper cutting on the re-opening of the Guild House
5/190/4 [1912] Newspaper cutting on the re-opening of the Guild House
5/190/5 [1912] Newspaper cutting on the re-opening of the Guild HouseReport on a workmen's supper for the restorers of the Guild House.
5/190/6 [1921] Service Sheet for the dedication of the war memorialService Sheet and list of those who died in the Great War. (8 pp/loose sheets)
5/190/7 [1921] Extract from Parish Magazine July 1921 re. dedication of war memorial7 pp/loose sheets.
5/190/8 [1929] Newspaper cutting of sermon given at the dedication a new pulpitKnowle Church, new pulpit in memory of Mr Lewis Richards of Batts Hill. Address by the Lord Bishop of Birmingham.
5/190/9 [1932] Newspaper cutting on the induction of Revd. J Sharp as Vicar of KnowleIncludes a tribute to Canon Downing as former Vicar by the Bishop of Birmingham, Dr. E W Barnes.
5/190/10 [1934] Newspaper cutting on the imminent dedication of a memorial window to Canon DowningWindow designed by Miss Salusbury.
5/190/11 [1934] Invitation to tea after the dedication of the memorial window to Canon DowningInvitation to Mr & Mrs Clarke, 23rd June 1934.
5/190/12 [1934] Invitation to the dedication of the memorial window to Canon DowningInvitation to Mr & Mrs Clarke, 23rd June 1934.
5/190/13 [1934] Service sheet for the dedication of the memorial window to Canon Downing3pp/loose sheets.
5/191/1 [1905] Newspaper cutting. Knowle Bowling Club A.G.M.Cuttings from Clarke Scrap Books.
Meeting held at Greswolde. Names: Downing, Haden, Wilson,
Wilkins, Kimbell, Clarke, Williams, Thompson, Willcox,
Finley, Cattell, Bower.
5/191/2 [1905] Newspaper cutting. Knowle Bowling Club 137th Venison DinnerMeeting held at Greswolde. Names: Downing, Freeman,
Wakefield, Cattell, Dodwell, Wilson, Horne, Kimbell, Bower, Finley, Clarke. Mentions death of Lord Leigh and tradition of having a haunch of venison from Stoneleigh for the dinner going back over 100 y
5/191/3 [1906] Newspaper cutting. Knowle Bowling Club 138th Venison DinnerCutting not dated. Heading reads '139th'. Remainder of text refers to '138th'. 137th was in 1905. Names: Downing, Savage, Foster, Pemberton, Bower, Freeman, Muskett, Coxwell Clarke, Mason, Whittle, Kimbell, Merry, Fullard, Radford,
Wilson, Clews, Horne
5/191/4 [1909] Newspaper cutting. Knowle Bowling Club 141st Venison DinnerNames: Downing, Bower, Freeman, Seymour, Whatley, Mason, Smith, Kimbell, Chamberlain, Bird, Radford, Williams, Clarke, Whitehead, Greaves, Newbery, Sumner, Willcox, Thompson, Owen, Lumb, Lander, Martin, Bontron, Arnold, Measures, Baulcombe, Baker.
5/191/5 [1910] Newspaper cutting. Knowle Bowling Club 142nd Venison DinnerMentions Mrs. Edmondson's prize. Names: Sumner, Wilson, Clarke, Lumb, Radford, Kimbell, Greenland, Seymour, Newbery
5/191/6 [1926] Newspaper cutting. Ye Olde Knowle Bowling Club matchNot dated. Refers to opening match between teams captained by the president (Major Everitt) and C.T. Clarke. Mentions the following: adjourning to Greswolde for supper; Horace Everitt Challenge Cup. Mames include: Cook, Bosley,
Jeffries, Hamilton, Dar
5/191/7 [1926] Newspaper cutting. Ye Olde Knowle Bowling Club matchNames: Everitt, Clarke, Jeffries, Davy, Johnson, Sumner Hicken, Blundell, Hartwell, Chamberlain, Hartwell, Weller, Court, Phillips, Godson, Court, Lyons, Woods, Harding, Lissiman, Bosley, Hicklin, Davy, Jones, Davies, Cresswell, Stock, Groves, Davis, Fle
5/191/8 Newspaper cutting. Knowle Bowling Club Venison DinnerMentions absence of Canon Downing. Also Clarke, Freeman, Wade, Seymour, Freeman, Brown, Wakefield, Green, Brown, Davey, Toft, Greenland, Wilson, Vaughan, Newbery, Lumb.
5/192/1 [1886] Notification of proposal to establish the Knowle InstituteLists of committee members and donations.
5/192/2 [1886] Newspaper cutting of opening of Knowle InstituteReports the opening by Lord Leigh and the earlier reading room started by Canon Howe.
5/192/3 [1900] Financial report of the Knowle Institute & Reading Room for 1900
5/192/4 [1904] Announcement of Special General Meeting of Knowle InstituteCall to raise funds for purchase of freehold and enlargement of the premises.
Also a Donation and Weekly Subscription form (minimum 1/2d per week)..
5/192/5 [1904] Newspaper report of SGM of Knowle InstituteCutting of Tuesday 8th March 1904. Describes negotiations for freehold which was to expire in 1907. Appointment of Trustees, Revd. Downing, Dr. R H Foster and John Marston. £100 donation received from Miss Wills living at 'The Ards'.
5/192/6 [1904] Appeal letter for Knowle Institute freehold and developmentIncludes list of initial donations.
5/192/7 [1904] Appeal letter for Knowle Institute freehold and developmentCopy of 5/192/6
5/192/8 [1905] Poster for opening of new recreation room at Knowle InstituteOpening January 23rd 1905 by Sir P. Albert Muntz Bart. MP.
5/192/9 [1905] Newspaper cutting of opening of new recreation room at Knowle InstituteBuilt by C J Grove & Sons of Dorridge. Architect Mr T A Turner of Hockley Heath. Describes early history of the Institute, including initial period of renting from Mr Haines.
5/192/10 [1905] Newspaper cutting of opening of new recreating room of Knowle InstituteDescribes property deal for the extention of the premises.
5/192/11 [1905] Newspaper cutting of opening of new recreating room of Knowle InstituteMentions admission of boys from 1889 and decision to purchase the freehold in 1904.
5/192/12 [1905] Newspaper cutting of AGM of Knowle InstituteCutting date 28 February 1905.
5/192/13 [1905] Programme for Bazaar at Vicarage garden for Knowle Institute4pp. 7-8 July 1905. Includes list of committee members, stallholders and brief report on the Institute.
5/192/14 [1905] Newspaper cutting reporting on Bazaar for Knowle Institute
5/192/15 [1905] Newspaper cutting on Bazaar for Knowle InstituteReports the clearing of the debt on the freehold purchase and new recreation room.
5/192/16 [1905] Newspaper cutting on Bazaar for Knowle InstituteDescribes possible purchase of a billiard table with surplus towards a recreation ground for children.
5/192/17 [1905] Knowle Institute letter calling in promised donationsCall for payment of promised funds towards building fund.
5/192/18 [1905] Newspaper cutting of prize-giving for games at Knowle InstitutePrizes awarded by Mrs G F Jackson.
5/192/19 [1906] Newspaper cutting of Annual Meeting of Knowle InstituteCutting, Feb 13 1906. Reports clearance of debt on freehold and new recreation room. Building cost £322. Retirement of Secretary H C Wilson.
5/192/20 [1906] Newspaper cutting on presentation to H C Wilson retiring from Knowle InstituteRetirement of Secretary. Acquisition of full-sized billiard table.
5/192/21 Newspaper cutting on presentation to H C Wilson retiring from Knowle InstituteKnowle Working Men's Institute was conceived by H C Wilson (Secretary) in his blacksmith's shop. Decsribes meeting to consider formation of a rifle club.
5/192/22 [1906] Programme for Knowle InstituteTwo copies of 3pp each. Includes letter from officers, programme for 1906-7 and details of entertainment.
5/192/23 [1906] Newspaper cutting of opening of new session at Knowle InstitutePrizes given by Miss Wade.
5/192/24 [1906] Newspaper cutting of bowls prizegiving at Knowle InstitutePrizegiving by Miss Wade.
5/192/25 [1907] Newspaper cutting of AGM at Knowle InstituteStart of air gun club and death of Dr. Savage. Prizegiving by Miss Wade.
5/192/26 [1907] Newspaper cutting of AGM of the Rifle Club at Knowle Institute
5/192/27 [1907] Programme for 1907-8 session of Knowle Institute
5/192/28 [1908] Newspaper cutting of AGM of the Knowle Institute
5/192/29 [1909] Newspaper cutting of AGM of the Knowle InstituteConsideration of further extension of the Institute. Birth of Horace C Everitt announced.
5/192/30 [1909] Newspaper cutting of annual prizegiving at Knowle InstitutePrizes given by Mrs J N Bower. Refers to small reading room next to the Priory, then occupied by Mr S Brierley. Cutting of 9th October 1909.
5/192/31 [1910] Programme for 1909-10 session of Knowle Institute
5/192/32 Cover letter for programme for 1910-11 session of Knowle InstituteAnnounces plans for formal opening of new extension.
5/192/33 [1910] Newspaper cutting of opening of new extension at Knowle InstituteBirminghaming Daily Post - 14 October 1910. Opened by the Earl of Huntingdon.
5/192/34 [1910] Accounts and donation list for extension building fund of Knowle Institute2pp.
5/192/35 [1910] Newspaper cutting of opening of new extension at Knowle InstituteOpening by the Earl of Huntingdon.
5/192/36 [1910] Newspaper cutting of opening of new extension at Knowle Institute
5/192/37 [1911] Newspaper cutting of AGM of the Knowle InstituteMentions the affiliation of the cricket and football clubs.
5/192/38 [1911] Appeal for funds for extension to Knowle InstituteLetter from C T Clarke challenging recipients to provide balance of £200 on an offer of £100 from G F Jackson to fund the extension.
2pp.
5/192/39 [1911] Newspaper cutting of annual prizegiving at Knowle InstitutePrizegiving by Mrs Brace. Describes provision of cycle shed and improved Junior Room.
5/192/40 [1911] Newspaper cutting of 25th anniversary of Knowle Institute
5/192/41 Programmes for 1910-11 & 1911-12 sessions of Knowle Institute
5/192/42 [1912] Newspaper cutting of AGM of the Knowle InstituteDescribes the opening of the Junior Room by S G Everitt, the start of a brass band and a prize in memory of G Everitt.
5/192/43 [1914] Letter altering Winter Programme of Knowle Institute
5/192/44 Newspaper cutting of AGM of the Knowle InstituteSometime during the 1914-18 War.
5/192/45 [1924] Table plan for function in connection with Knowle Institute16 June 1924.
5/192/46 [1926] Newspaper cutting of Presentation to Canon Downing of the Knowle InstituteFollowing 25 years of his life and work in Knowle. 3 March 1926.
5/192/47 Newspaper cutting of Whist Drive and Billiards Match at the Knowle Institute
5/192/48 Newspaper report of Venison Dinner at Greswolde ArmsMen's Institute - Chairman C T Clarke.
5/192/49 [1909] Newspaper Report of 141st Venison DinnerRevd. Downing presided.
5/192/50 [1910] Newspaper Report of 142nd Venison Dinner at Greswolde Arms
5/192/51 [1917] Newspaper report of Men's Institute AGM 1917
5/192/52 [1917] Original documents of 5/192/511886-1924
5/193/1 [1905] Programme for Dramatic Entertainment at the Greswolde Arms Hotel16 & 17 February 1905. In aid of the Men's Institute Building Fund. Includes Miss Wade & Mrs G F Jackson. 3pp
5/193/2 [1905] Newspaper cutting reporting Dramatic Entertainment at the Greswolde Arms Hotel
5/193/3 [1906] Programme for Black & White Concert Party at the Greswolde Arms HotelIn aid of the Men's Institute Brass Band. 26 January 1906.
5/193/4 [1907] Programme for Black & White Concert Party at the Greswolde Arms Hotel5 April 1907. 2pp.
5/193/5 [1907] Newspaper cutting reporting Dramatic Entertainment at the Greswolde Arms Hotel
5/193/6 [1907] Programmme of Entertainment at Grewolde Arms Hotel14 December 1907. Mrs Gorringe's Necklace
5/193/7 Ticket for Entertainment at Grewolde Arms Hotel14 December 1907. Mrs Gorringe's Necklace
5/193/8 [1909] Cast list of Entertainment26-28 January 1909. Lady Huntworth's Experiment.
5/193/9 [1927] Programme of Entertainment at the Wilson's Arms22 February 1927. 2pp.
5/193/10 [1927] Newspaper cutting reporting Entertainment at the Willson's Arms
5/193/11 Newspaper cutting reporting Entertainment at Solihull
5/193/12 Programme of EntertainmentJack Straw by W S Maugham
5/193/13 [1907] Programme of EntertainmentThe Importance of being Earnest - Oscar Wilde. 7-9 February.
5/193/14 Programme of EntertainmentMrs Dot by W S Maugham.
5/194/1 [1904] Newspaper obituary of Dr Badger
5/194/2 [1912] Newspaper obituary of T H Bower
5/194/3 Newspaper obituary of C T Clarke
5/194/4 Parish Magazine obituary of C T Clarke
5/194/5 Local Will of William Corbett
5/194/6 Newspaper report of interment of Arthur Etches
5/194/7 [1905] Parish Magazine report of interment of George Everitt
5/194/8 [1905] Newspaper obituary of G A Everitt
5/194/9 [1905] Newspaper obituary of G A Everitt
5/194/10 Newspaper obituary of A W Freeman
5/194/11 Newspaper obituary of Jonathan Kimbell
5/194/12 Newspaper obituary of Schoolmaster Mr Lees
5/194/13 [1911] Newspaper obituary of A J O 'ConnorIncludes photograph.
5/194/14 [1911] Newspaper obituary of Mr Tait
5/194/15 [1911] Newspaper obituary of Dr Tait
5/194/16 [1908] Newspaper obituary of J WakefieldIncludes photograph.
5/194/17 [1908] Newspaper report o funeral of J Wakefield
5/194/18 Newspaper report of wedding of Mr J R Earle &Miss P Davy
5/194/19 [1927] Newspaper report of the wedding of Mr A Murray and Miss P WhatelyIncludes list of wedding guests and their gifts inc. Baron Ash of Packwood House. April 1927.
5/194/20 [1906] Newspaper report on presentation to P.C. Tibbs on his retirement20 Feb 1906
5/194/21 [1907] Call for doantions for Dr & Mrs Foster on leaving KnowleLetter from Canon Downing requesting contributions to the Foster Testimonial Fund.
5/194/22 [1907] Foster Testimonial Fund refusal letterAnonymous handwritten reply on response form.to request for donations.
5/194/23 [1907] Newspaper report on presentation to Dr FosterCheque for £340, silver salver and diamond brooch given on retirement of Dr Foster.
5/194/24 [1907] Newspaper report of presentation to Dr Foster2 cuttings.
5/194/25 [1908] Newspaper report of 21st annual meeting of Knowle InstituteIncludes report of presentation to Major S G Everitt on his marriage to Miss Bel Gibson.
5/194/26 [1926] Letter describing gifts to Canon DowningFebruary 1926 letter telling subscribers of collection of £257 1s and illuminated book of names of subscribers given to Canon Downing.
5/194/27 Newspaper portrait of H C SmithBirmingham News (after 1921). Includes photograph.
Chairman of Knowle & Solihull branch of the Farmers' Union. Solihull District Council and Board of uardians. Knowle Parish Council & Warwickshire County Council.
5/194/28 [1927] Newspaper article on Walter Cook of Knowle ChurchBirmingham Post 4 April 1927
5/194/29 [1928] Newspaper article reporting letter from Canon DowningReports a letter 28 July from Canon Downing to the Birmingham Post correcting earlier article on the Royal Archeological Institute's visit to Knowle and issues about the Guild of St Anne.
5/194/30 [1908] Newspaper report on the wedding of Major S G Everitt to Miss M B GibsonReports that 400 presents were given.
5/195/1 [1910] Newspaper report of annual dinner of the FelonsLists members attending the 65th dinner and meeting. Chairman Revd. Downing.
5/195/2 [1915] Newspaper report of annual dinner of the FelonsLists members attending the 70th dinner and meeting. Chairman G F Jackson.
5/195/3 [1922] Newspaper report of annual dinner of the FelonsLists members attending the 77th dinner and meeting. Chairman Samuel Davy.
5/195/4 [1939] Newspaper report of annual dinner of the FelonsLists members attending the 94th dinner and meeting. Mentions names of members and their relatives serving in the forces in WWII. Revd. Sharp proposed the toast to 'The Association'..
5/195/5 [1945] Newspaper report of annual dinner of the FelonsLists members attending the 100th dinner and meeting. Mentions that two members had been awarded the DSO. Chairman J Burman. The (Birmingham) News.
5/195/6 [1945] Newspaper report of annual dinner of the FelonsDescribes the 100th dinner and meeting. The Birmingham Weekly Post 25 Jan 1945 (suspect month - probably November).
5/195/7 [1946] Newspaper report of annual dinner of the FelonsDescribes the 101st dinner and meeting. Chairman C L Clarke. Reports death of Charles Hull (garage owner?) of Hockley Heath in a road accident. 16 November 1946 (Birmingham) News.
5/195/8 [1941] Newspaper report of annual dinner of the FelonsDescribes the 96th dinner and meeting.
5/196/1 [1890] Birmingham & Midland Bank - 54th AGM report - establishment of Knowle branch of Midland bank20 January 1890, 6pp. Report of AGM noting establishment of new barnch in Knowle.
Includes 1979 description of the early history of the branch in Knowle. Director - G A Everitt, Manager C T Clarke.
5/196/2 [1906] Newspaper cutting of Solihull Council's application for Knowle to join the Birmingham water supply
5/196/3 [1907] Newspaper cutting of Knowle Brass Band's 4th AGM7th March 1907. Band Master E T Buttery.
5/196/4 [1904] Newspaper cutting of Knowle Military Band AGM
5/196/5 [1907] Notice of laying foundation stone of Chadwick End Institute16 February 1907. Foundation stone laid by Mrs J A Watson.
5/196/6 Letter to C T Clarke from Fred Crawford about his cousins in Knowle
5/196/7 [1913] Spoof 'In Memoriam' notice of 'The Married Cricketers' of Dorridge20th September 1913. Retained in display holder.
5/196/8 [1921] Knowle & Dorridge Womens' Institute & Club - Sports & Garden Fete programme30th July 1921. Springfield House. Opened by Lady Ilkeston. Judges: Canon Downing, G F Jackson & J W Murray, Referee: C T Clarke. 3pp.
5/196/9 [1924] Newspaper cutting on the acquisition of the Lordship of the Manor29th November 1924. Presumed to be the acquisition of the Lordship by G A Everitt. Item describes the history of the Lordship of the Manor through the Greswolde, Unett and Westwood families.
5/197/1 Card to Jennie Evans: 'I said to the man who stood ... '
5/197/2 [1940] Card to Jennie Evans: 'We shall go on to the end ..'
5/197/3 [1940] Card sent to Jennie Evans: an American's prayer for England
5/197/4 [1941] Ministry of Labour & National Service card for Jennie Evans
5/198/1 [1915] Cutting: Inspection of Rifle Corps & opening of rifle range
5/198/2 [1916] Newspaper cutting: death of W A J Bird and G L Thompson
5/198/3 [1917] Newspaper cutting: death of Jack Williams and A E LewisDeath of J Williams (son of Middlefield sec.)
5/198/4 [1919] List of men who died in Great War (in order of death?)
5/198/5 [1918] Letter: Canon Downing to Jim Davy re soldiers (inc H. Watts)Mentions death of Harvey Watts, also Astley, Tommy Parson(s), John Meers, Charlie Vaughan, Jim Phillips, Jack Phillips, Harry Hicken, Bill Meere, Mr. Bird, Tandy, John Nix, Charlie Haynes, Tom Haynes, George Lindon, George Thompson, Charlie Sumner, Bernar
5/198/8 [1918] Newspaper cutting: 15 local cricketers join the army
5/199/1 [1984] Rotary Club International - 'Welcome to Knowle' brochureWelcome booklet produced when Rotary International held its conference at the NEC in June 1984. Includes contemporary sketches by George Busby and local photogarphs - Church, Guild House, Chester House, Greswolde Arms Hotel, Red Lion, Milverton House and
5/199/2 [1984] Rotary Club International - 'Welcome to Knowle' brochureCopy of 5/199/1
5/201/1 Newspaper report of retirement of Bentley Heath headmistressMiss E Horne retires after 32 years at Bentley Heath School. Mounted.
5/201/2 Newspaper report of retirement of Bentley Heath headmistressMiss E Horne retires after 32 years at Bentley Heath School. Mounted.
5/202/1 Newspaper report on long service of Milk Roundsman Arthur LanderArthur Lander, dairyman and farmer of Landers Farm, Tilehouse Green Lane - 45 years with no Sunday off. Partial cutting, mounted.
5/203/1 Newspaper report of 'Hobo Hall' social of Knowle Youth ClubSolihull News - photo by Cliff Joiner. Mounted.
5/204/1 [1952] Newspaper report of WI produce Guild meetingMounted.
5/205/1 [1951] Newspaper report on missed visit to Festival of BritainNo cooked meal or accommodation, so no school visit to the Festival. Visit to Cheddar Gorge instead. Solihull News 3 March 1951. Mounted.
5/205/2 Newspaper report of joint parent/pupil school eventQuiz and Spelling Bee at Knowle School. Mounted.
5/205/3 [1950] Newspaper report on Knowle School exhibition of workMounted.
5/205/4 [1950] Magazine report on Knowle School exhibition of workIncludes photographs of models. Mounted.
5/206/1 [1969] Newspaper article on Eastcote farm wildlifeSunday Mercury, 18 May 1969. Includes photograph of Eastcote House date plaque. Describes the world of owls and moles.
5/206/2 [1940] Programme for concert at the Geswolde ArmsIn aid of Congegational Church Sunday School Funds and St Dunstans. 9 & 10 March 1940.
5/207/1 [1984] Ticket blank for Knowle Festival 1984Blue.
5/207/2 [1984] Ticket blank for Knowle Festival 1984Yellow.
5/207/3 [1984] Ticket blank for Knowle Festival 1984Pink.
5/207/4 [1984] Entry Form for Knowle Festival Run
5/207/5 [1984] Headed notepaper for Knowle Festival 1984
5/207/6 [1984] Poster for Knowle Festival concertArden Consort and Chancel Singers. 8 May 1984 at Knowle Parish Church.
5/208/1 [1981] Knowle Pageant Programme 1981With cast list. 10-14 November 1981.
5/209/1 [1980] Knowle Festival Programme 1980Booklet with events and list of Knowle organisations. Contains advertisements. 4-10 May 1980.
5/209/2 [1980] Knowle Festival Programme 1980Booklet with events and list of Knowle organisations. Contains advertisements. 4-10 May 1980. Duplicate of 5/209/1
5/210/1 [1985] Knowle Knosh - Knowle School Parents' Association Recipe BookBooklet. Knowle Junior School. August 1985.
5/211/1 [1978] Opening Service for Bentley Heath SchoolOpened by Bishop Hugh Montefiore. 4 October 1978.
5/212/1 [1934] Letter from Warwickshire CC to Eva Wootton re. Coat of ArmsCovering letter enclosing copy of Warwickshire coat of arms from L. Edgar Stephens, Clerk to Warwickshire County Council.
5/212/2 [1934] Copy of Warwickshire coat of armsColour print.
5/213/1 [1917] Service sheet: unveiling of Black Prince memorial tablet
5/214/1 [1952] Service Sheet - 550th Anniversary of Consecration of Knowle Church24 February 1952.
5/215/1 [1912] Newspaper cutting of opening of restored Guild HouseOpened by the Bishop of Birmingham.
5/216/1 [1896] Programme of Knowle Parochial School Grand BazaarGrand Bazaar in aid of Knowle School at hall adjoining Knowle Station. Programme of events; contains advertisements. 11-13 June 1896.
5/217/1 [1896] Programme of Knowle Parochial School Grand BazaarGrand Bazaar in aid of Knowle School at hall adjoining Knowle Station. Programme of events; contains advertisements. 15-17 June 1899.
5/218/1 [1942] Ticket for Agricultural Gift Auction SaleHorse Show, Gymkhana and Agricultural Gift Auction in aid of RAF and Red Cross funds.
5/219/1 Promotional blotting paper for MiddlefieldMidland Counties' Institution - advertising chair repair services.
5/220/1 [1909] Letter from Gertrude Bower to Nellie Kimbell re sale of work and entertainmentFrom Gertrude Bower to Nellie Kimbell re sale of work and entertainment. 5 June 1909.
Written from Craigie Lea (now 370 Station Road, Dorridge).
5/220/2 [1909] Letter from Gertrude Bower to Nellie Kimbell re sale of work and entertainmentFrom Gertrude Bower to Nellie Kimbell re sale of work and entertainment. 9 July 1909.
Written from Craigie Lea (now 370 Station Road, Dorridge).
5/221/1 [1816] Letter from H G Lewis, Malvern Hall re. marriage of Mary FreerHenry Greswold Lewis expresses concern about proposed marriage by H Galton to Mary Freer. 4 September 1816.
5/221/2 [1816] Letter from H G Lewis, Malvern Hall to unknown re. marriage of Mary FreerHenry Greswold Lewis expresses concern about proposed marriage by H Galton to Mary Freer. 11 September 1816.
5/222/1 [1920] Letter from Canon Downing to the Baxter familyLetter exhorting Mrs Baxter to encourage Mary to consider Confirmation and the need to take Holy Communion. Includes envelope. 17 May 1920.
5/222/2 [1931] Letter from Canon Downing to the Baxter familyLetter to Mrs Baxter about a house called Alscot - being researched by Canon Downing. 25 August 1931.
5/222/3 [1931] Letter from Canon Downing to the Baxter familyGeneral letter including comments on cold remedies, the minds of people who do not worship in church and the arrival of new bells at the church. 1 September 1931.
5/222/4 [1931] Letter from Canon Downing to the Baxter familyGeneral letter, refers to arrival of new bells and to the hour glass. 7 September 1931.
5/222/5 [1931] Letter from Canon Downing to the Baxter familyPersonal and rather strange letter with thoughts on girls in 'sleeoing suits', the effects of lipstick and the thrift of very poor people saving for their funeral. 12 September 1931.
5/222/6 [1931] Letter from Canon Downing to the Baxter familyGeneral letter ruminating on church protocol at a service for the hanging of the new bells and subsequent celebrations at the Red Lion. 23 September 1931.
5/222/7 [1932] Letter from Canon Downing to the Baxter familyGeneral letter describing impending excursion, getting up late in the morning when older and the short tales on the back of Englands Glory matchboxes. 16 February 1932.
5/222/8 [1932] Letter from Canon Downing to the Baxter familyGeneral letter ruminating on cigarettes, keeping the Faith, moving the font and the falling congregation at church. 8 March 1932.
5/222/9 [1932] Letter from Canon Downing to the Baxter familyGeneral letter about illness and racing (horses and boats). 16 March 1932.
5/222/10 [1932] Letter from Canon Downing to the Baxter familyGeneral letter about a visit to Sussex and a moan about Knowle. 24 April 1932.
5/222/11 [1932] Letter from Canon Downing to the Baxter familyGeneral letter about his garden, comments about gossip in Knowle, reference to Mary and his grandmother's burial in Chipping Norton. 26 April 1932.
5/222/12 [1932] Letter from Canon Downing to the Baxter familyGeneral letter about illnesses, people holidaying in Spain on liners, the font removal and bemoaning 'these Godless days'. 3 May 1932.
5/222/13 [1932] Letter from Canon Downing to the Baxter familyGeneral letter about a row with a young man who wanted to get married but was refused permission. 11 May 1932.
5/222/14 [1932] Letter from Canon Downing to the Baxter familyGeneral rambling letter. 16 June 1932.
5/222/15 Letter from Canon Downing to the Baxter familyGeneral letter refers to his chairmanship of the Midland Counties Institute (MCI) at Middlefield. School closed for measles. 2 March.
5/223/1 [1925] Letter from Canon Downing to Mary (Baxter?)General letter. 6 June 1925.
5/223/2 [1928] Letter from Canon Downing to Mary (Baxter?)General letter about travel to Romsey, dental problems (solved by extraction!) and fly fishing. 25 May 1928. 2pp.
5/223/3 [1929] Letter from Canon Downing to Mary (Baxter?)General letter about gardens, village gossip including Barbara Whatley's new dog and tarmacing with a steam roller and his own dog Rob. 30 September 1929. 2pp.
5/223/4 [1932] Letter from Canon Downing to Mary (Baxter?)General letter about point-to-point racing with Dr. Hollick, the Medical Club, laying the foundation stone of the new non-conformist chapel in Station Road Knowle (?), widening of the locks and knocking down of a chimney there. 9 May 1932.
5/224/1 [1929] Letter from Canon Downing William (Baxter?)General letter moaning about parishioners' perceived need for pastoral visits. 13 September 1929.
5/225/1 [1932] Solihull UDC Elections - canvass letter for Knowle WardCanvassing letter from G A Clementson, Samuel Davy & H C Smith.
5/225/2 [1932] Solihull UDC Elections request for votes from candidatesCanvassing letter from G A Clementson, Samuel Davy & H C Smith.
5/225/3 [1932] Solihull UDC Elections - canvass letter for Knowle WardCanvassing letter from G A Clementson, Samuel Davy & H C Smith.
5/225/4 [1932] Solihull UDC Elections - canvass letter for Knowle WardCanvassing letter from G A Clementson, Samuel Davy & H C Smith.
5/226/1 [1982] Knowle Cricket Club Centenary - Souvenir history and programmeBooklet 22pp, contains local advertising, articles cartoons (includng Peter Rowley) & team photographs. Pictures include Mr Charles Marston & Dr James Whatley, father of Dr J L Whatley, Revd. J C Bedford.
5/227/1 [1986] Service Sheet: Community Thanksgiving6 July 1986. Contains single A5 hymn sheet.
5/228/1 [1942] Dance ticket: R.A.S.C. band at the Red Lion
5/229/1 Poem by Joseph Hopkins - Sun-Down O'er RavenshawOne of a series of 'Rural Verse in Fact and Fiction'
5/229/2 Poem by Joseph Hopkins - Jane's Epilogue (Soliloquy)One of a series of 'Rural Verse in Fact and Fiction'. Includes letter from Sheila White to Dr R J Bower enclosing the poems by Joseph Hopkins.
5/229/3 Poem by Joseph Hopkins - Ill-Fated Forester (The Cannon-Hill Stone)One of a series of 'Rural Verse in Fact and Fiction'
5/229/4 Poem by Joseph Hopkins - Warden of the RoostOne of a series of 'Rural Verse in Fact and Fiction'
5/229/5 Poem by Joseph Hopkins - The AntagonistsOne of a series of 'Rural Verse in Fact and Fiction'
5/229/6 Poem by Joseph Hopkins - Moonlight Gala Fairy Fantasy)One of a series of 'Rural Verse in Fact and Fiction'
5/229/7 Poem by Joseph Hopkins - Future IncertitudeOne of a series of 'Rural Verse in Fact and Fiction'
5/229/8 Poem by Joseph Hopkins - Barston's Imperial OakOne of a series of 'Rural Verse in Fact and Fiction'
5/229/9 Poem by Joseph Hopkins - Twilight RamblersOne of a series of 'Rural Verse in Fact and Fiction'
5/229/10 Poem by Joseph Hopkins - Chaos in the RookeryOne of a series of 'Rural Verse in Fact and Fiction'
5/229/11 [1983] Poem by Joseph Hopkins - Lucia of Fen End (Minature Obelisk)One of a series of 'Rural Verse in Fact and Fiction'
5/229/12 Poem by Joseph Hopkins - Stone-Cracker DanOne of a series of 'Rural Verse in Fact and Fiction'
5/229/13 Poem by Joseph Hopkins - Sun DownOne of a series of 'Rural Verse in Fact and Fiction'
5/229/14 Poem by Joseph Hopkins - Sun DownOne of a series of 'Rural Verse in Fact and Fiction'
5/229/15 Poem by Joseph Hopkins - Conversion of Fur-Trapper JackOne of a series of 'Rural Verse in Fact and Fiction'
5/229/16 Poem by Joseph Hopkins - Kenilworth Myth (Restless Apparition)One of a series of 'Rural Verse in Fact and Fiction'
5/229/17 [1940] Poem by Joseph Hopkins - Phantom BrigadeOne of a series of 'Rural Verse in Fact and Fiction'
5/229/18 Poem by Joseph Hopkins - April Sun-BeamOne of a series of 'Rural Verse in Fact and Fiction'
5/229/19 Poem by Joseph Hopkins - Unpredictable AssOne of a series of 'Rural Verse in Fact and Fiction'
5/229/20 Poem by Joseph Hopkins - Twilight RamblersOne of a series of 'Rural Verse in Fact and Fiction'
5/229/21 Poem by Joseph Hopkins - In Memoriam PerpetuumOne of a series of 'Rural Verse in Fact and Fiction'
5/229/22 Poem by Joseph Hopkins - Shepherd's LamentOne of a series of 'Rural Verse in Fact and Fiction'
5/229/23 Poem by Joseph Hopkins - Meditation
5/229/24 Poem by Joseph Hopkins - Ogre's Last Stand
5/229/25 Poem by Joseph Hopkins - Belladonna
5/229/26 Poem by Joseph Hopkins - May Day in Knowle
5/229/27 Poem by Joseph Hopkins - Sheila's Oration
5/229/28 Poem by Joseph Hopkins - Hibernating Hedgehog
5/229/29 Poem by Joseph Hopkins - Tale from the Olde White Swan
5/229/30 Poem by Joseph Hopkins - Henry's recollection
5/229/31 Poem by Joseph Hopkins - Juliet's Letter to Santa Claus
5/229/32 Poem by Joseph Hopkins - Pensive Mood (Emily Atherton)
5/229/33 Poem by Joseph Hopkins - Pandemonium
5/230/1 [1987] Service sheet: Revd Seamer's leaving to Brussels23 August 1987. Includes A5 copied photograph of family.
5/231/1 [1986] Programme: Knowle Operatic Society 'My Fair Lady'13-18 October 1986 at Solihull Library Theatre. Includes local advertising.
5/232/1 [1916] Service sheet: 2nd anniversary of outbreak of Great War
5/233/1 [1925] Service sheet: St Annes Day 1925
5/234/1 [1932] Service sheet: Memorial service for Canon Downing23 July 1932.
5/235/1 [1934] Service sheet: Dedication of Memorial window - Canon Downing23 June.1934.
5/236/1 [1938] Statement of Accounts: Knowle Churchyard TrustAccounts for 1938 with schedule of graves and sums for upkeep of these graves which have been paid into the trust.
5/237/1 [1977] Letter From Eva Wootton to Dr R J BowerThanks to Myffanwy Parsons and the Committee following receipt of 'honour' presumably from The Knowle Society.
5/238/1 [1969] Programme Knowle Festival 1969Programme of events with history of Knowle and the Church and photographs of the Church and other major buildings. Contains three inserts: properties open for viewing, flyer for History of Knowle book and additional events. Artwork by Peter Rowley.
5/239/1 [1973] Programme Knowle Festival 197316 -23 September 1973. Programme of events, history of Knowle, local advertising and photograph of Festival Queen and attendants. Artwork by Peter Rowley.
5/240/1 [1986] Invitation to luncheon: Berrow Homes CentenaryCard to Dr & Mrs R J Bower (written incorrectly as Bowers) - Luncheon at the Guild House - Centenary of the Foundation of Berrow Homes 22 March 1986.
5/240/2 [1986] Berrow Homes Centenary Lunch menu22 March 1986
5/240/3 [1986] Berrow Homes Centenary Lunch menu22 March 1986
5/240/4 [1986] Berrow Homes Centenary Lunch menu22 March 1986
5/240/5 [1978] Programme: Berrow Homes Jubileee extension - Dedication and Opening16 April 1978. Programme of events and history of the Berrow Homes. Cover photograph of the Homes.
5/241/1 [1986] Programme: Fun Day Knowle Park12 July 1986. List of events organised by Knowle & Dorridge Lions, local advertising.
5/242/1 [1987] Programme: Fun Day Knowle Park11 July 1987. List of events organised by Knowle & Dorridge Lions (President: Charles Jukes), local advertising.
5/243/1 [1988] Service sheet: Collation and Induction of Rev Dow26 April 1988.
5/243/2 [1988] Service sheet: Collation and Induction of Rev Dow26 April 1988.
5/244/1 [1902] Bill for funeral of Sophia DykeBill (presumably from Bragg's Undertakers, 74 Station Road, Knowle). Coffin, furniture, shroud, attendance and bearers & burial fees..
5/245/1 [1867] Request for birth certificate: Robert Henry Green
5/245/2 [1867] Birth certificate: Robert Henry GreenMother's maiden name: Dyke.
5/246/1 [1947] Newspaper article on Knowle HistoryBirmingham Weekly Post 11 April 1947. Full page copy.
5/247/1 [1982] Programme for official opening of Paterson CourtRoyal British Legion Housng Association. 5 June 1982. Includes biography of Colonel Paterson.
5/248/1 Knowle Ladies Society - various original invoices etc.Collection of around 100 receipts and invoices issued to the Ladies Society.
5/248/2 Knowle Ladies Society - various original invoices etc.Collection of around 100 receipts, invoices and petty cash vouchers issued to and from the Ladies Society.
5/249/1 [1984] Service sheet: Induction of Revd Graham SpicerChrist Church, Solihull - also minister of Knowle United Reformed Church. 6pp. 21 January 1984.
5/250/1 [1979] Service sheet: Rededication of the Bells20 November 1979.
5/251/1 [1931] Pantomime programme: 'Sing a Song of Sixpence' Solihull Scout AssociationWilson Arms. 17 February 1931.
5/252/1 [1988] In Memoriam card - Nellie CourtEllen (Nellie) Teresa Court died 10 November 1988 aged 98.
5/253/1 [1939] The Times for September 4th 1939Issue announcing the declaration of war.
5/254/1 [1940] Booklet of poems 'The Spirit of Britain'Poems of the War from Knowle by Harry F Roberts of Kenilworth Road, gardener to H C Smith of Sunnymount, belonged to the Buffs. Includes handwritten accession note by Dr. R J Bower. 1943 'Wings of Victory' poem refers to Flight-Lieutenant Everitt and to P
5/254/2 The Spirit of Britain' Poems of the War from Knowle Warwickshire - H F Roberts
5/255/1 [1988] Programme: Fun Day9 July 1988. Includes events and local advertisements.
5/256/1 Monumental InscriptionRichard Makepeace d. 1584
5/256/2 The Makepeace Family In England - a short history 16th & 17th centuries4pp.
5/256/3 Extract from Arthur Mee's 'The King's England' on KnowleMentions Church and Guild House. 2pp.
5/256/4 Makepeace family record - 1591-16857pp. Database extract.
5/256/5 Makepeace family record - 16th & 17th centuries21pp. Database extract.
5/256/6 Extract from book 'The Gustine Compendium'Relating to the Makepeace Family. Includes the Will of Thomas Makepeace, died in Boston USA, 1667. 3pp.
5/256/7 List of emigrants to USA including Thomas MakepeaceLists emigrants to USA from Warwickshire 1620-1650 - includes Thomas Makepeace. 2pp.
5/256/8 [1933] Booklet: 'Sulgrave Manor and the Washingtons'10pp. Sulgave Manor purchased by Lawrence Makepeace in 1610.
5/256/9 Makepeace Family Tree - 1584-16503pp. Extracted from the College of Arms records, London.
5/257/1 Advertisement for Turtle Oil
5/258/1 [1943] Postcard of LynmouthTo Mr & Mrs Gwynne, Old Swan Buildings, High Street.
5/259/1 [1941] Application for medical card (Ideal Benefit Soc: J M Gwynne)Application for medical card. J Gwynne, White Swan No 3 Flat
5/260/1 [1941] World War 2 Fire Guard card (J M Gwynne, 3 White Swan Flats)
5/261/1 Leaflet re World War 2 fire fighting parties
5/262/1 Leaflet re World War 2 fire precautions
5/263/1 [1937] Statement of Account for 1936: Knowle Parachial Church Council
5/264/1 [1939] Statement of Account for 1938: Knowle Parachial Church Council
5/265/1 [1940] Statement of Account for 1939: Knowle Parachial Church Council
5/266/1 [1956] Order of Service: Memorial Service Samual Davy11 January 1956.
5/267/1 [1932] Flyer: Garden fete at Knowle Vicarage in aid of Knowle British Legion2 July 1932. In aid of The Benevolence Fund.
5/268/1 'To a Child who Inquires' by Olga Petrova
5/269/1 [1966] Notes from the Parish Magazine 1932-1966
5/270/1 [1971] Parish Magazine - St Giles, Packwood & St Thomas, Hockley HeathOctober 1971. Includes local advertisements.
5/271/1 Knowle Parish Church - List of Regular ServicesVicar, Canon Foster.
5/272/1 [1907] Programme: Mrs. Peace's 11th Concert at Greswolde Hotel
5/273/1 [1947] Notice: Election of Knowle councillors to Solihull UDC
5/274/1 Telephone directory cover & instructions for using telephoneIncludes advertisements for shops, businesses etc., similar to those found in Knowle Parish Magazine.
5/275/1 [1903] Framed certificate presented to Mrs. King on her retirement
5/276/1 [1990] Service sheet: Centenary of Knowle Parish Magazine
5/276/2 [1890] Knowle Parish Magazine: Facsimile of 1st issue
5/277/1 [1987] Obituary: Dorothy Ward (B'ham Mail)
5/278/1 [1919] 1st Knowle Scouts: Troop RegistrationChaplain: Canon Downing; Scoutmaster: Dr. Whatley;
Assistants: Dr. Hollick, A Victor Astley
5/278/2 [1925] 1st Knowle Cubs: Pack RegistrationCub Mistress: Phyllis Davy

5/278/3 [1928] 1st Knowle Scouts: Annual Group Re-registrationScoutmaster: Dr. Hollick; Cub Mistress: Miss Wootton
5/278/4 [1928] 1st Knowle Scouts: Change in Group Registration
5/278/5 [1937] 1st Dorridge Cubs: Scout Group Registration
5/278/6 [1938] 1st Dorridge: Change in Group Registration
5/278/7 [1964] 2nd Dorridge Cubs: RegistrationCub Mistress: Mrs. Janet Elizabeth Yapp
5/278/8 [1965] 3rd Knowle Scouts: RegistrationGroup Scoutmaster: Revd. Robin May; Cub Mistress: Mrs. Edna Gay Wickham; Assistant: Mrs. Nancy May Hawkins
5/278/9 [1972] 3rd Knowle Scouts: Re-registration?Group Scout Leader: John Stevenson; Scout Leader: Frank Henderson
5/278/10 [1972] 3rd Knowle Scouts: Re-registration?Group Scout Leader: John Stevenson; Scout Leader: Frank Henderson.
5/278/11 [1974] 2nd Knowle Scouts (Springfield House): Registration?
5/278/12 [1975] 4th Knowle Sea Scouts: Registration?Leaders: Helen Rosemary Clarke, Peter Douglas Clarke.
5/278/13 [1979] Hampton, Knowle & Dorridge Venture Scout Unit: Registration?Leaders: Christopher Rigby, Edwin Jones, Stuart Jeffries.
5/279/1 [1990] Programme: Knowle Probus Club 10th Anniversary LuncheonDr R J Bower's copy
5/279/2 [1990] Programme: Knowle Probus Club 10th Anniversary Lunch (Hunter
5/280/1 [1977] History of Cotterrell family of Rotten Row from 1690Includes: family tree; notes on individual family members; extracts from deeds and other information re Rotten Row Farm; information re other properties owned by Cotterrell family; information re Jackson family (of Norton Grange later Springfield); family
5/281/1 [1974] Cutting: Arson at local farms (Birmingham Evening Mail)Elvers Green Farm
Copt Heath Fram
5/281/2 [1974] Newspaper Cutting: Arson at local farms (Solihull News)
5/282/1 Newspaper Cutting: Arson at Copt Heath & Elvers Green farms
5/282/2 [1946] Newspaper Cutting: Arson at Copt Heath Farm (Warw. Co New)
5/283/1 Newspaper Cutting: Polled Herefords at Copt Heath Farm
5/283/2 [1948] Newspaper Cutting: Pedigree grass at Copt Heath Farm (News)
5/283/3 [1948] Newspaper Cutting: Pedigree grass at Copt Heath Farm (Sunday Mercury)
5/283/4 [1954] Cutting: Storage system at Copt Heath Farm (Farmers Weekly)
5/283/5 [1955] Cutting: Grass cutting at Copt Heath Farm
5/284/1 [1928] Wilson Arms: Receipt for cutlery (Mr. & Mrs. W L Court)
5/285/1 [1899] Ticket: Knowle Dancing Class Soiree
5/286/1 [1670] Charter: Hospital of Lady Katherine Leveson, Temple BalsallExtract from Dugdale.
5/287/1 [1989] Chester House: invitation to opening of Knot Garden (Bower)
5/287/2 [1989] Leaflet: Chester House Knot Garden
5/287/3 [2007] The Knot Garden at Chester House (leaflet)Issued by Solihull MBC, contact Librarian Knowle
5/288/1 Embossed stamp: W H J Partridge
5/289/1 [1990] Programme: Red Lion Victorian Fayre
5/290/1 [1928] Knowle British Legion: receipt for subscription (R Hawnt)
5/291/1 Rex Cinema: Programme 'The Razor's Edge'
5/292/1 Brochure: Birmingham Cripples Union
5/292/2 [1902] Birmingham Cripples Union: extract from 3rd Annual Report
5/292/3 [1906] Birmingham Cripples Union: extract from 7th Annual Report
5/292/4 [1907] Birmingham Cripples Union: extract from 8th Annual Report
5/292/5 [1908] Birmingham Cripples Union: extract from 9th Annual Report
5/292/6 [1919] Birmingham Cripples Union: Article from B'ham Mail
5/292/7 Birmingham Cripples Union: Ext. from 'Life of Geo. Cadbury'
5/293/1 [1926] Letter: Canon Downing to Miss Marjorie Bowerre present from Sunday School.
5/293/2 [1926] Letter: Canon Downing to Miss M Bower re chuch sittings
5/293/3 [1926] Letter: Canon Downing to Miss Bower re Bower memorial crossIncludes explanation of symbols on cross. Letter not dated, but date on cross is 1926.
5/293/4 [1926] Pencil notes re symbols on Bower memorial cross
5/293/5 [1928] Letter: Canon Downing to Miss M Bower re missionary plays
5/293/6 [1932] Letter: Canon Downing to Miss M Bower re family holiday
5/293/7 [1932] Parish Mag. with item re death of Canon Downing
5/293/8 [1932] Newspaper cutting: death of Canon Downing
5/293/9 [1932] Cuttings, etc. re death of Canon Downing, inc report re will
5/293/10 [1933] Ticket for tea at Knowle Hall after institution of Mr. Sharp
5/293/11 [1934] Parish Mag Extract: Letter from Mr. Sharp, 1934
5/294/1 [1992] Brochure: Sunnymount Residential Home, Kenilworth RdContents: Sunnymount; Orchard View; Paddock View; the farm; care/social activities; administrative procedures.
5/295/1 Notes re Samuel Welsh Memorial Homes for Retired Nurses
5/296/1 Avertisement: Marjorie Slade (milliner) & West View School
5/296/2 Avertisement: Marjorie Slade (milliner) & West View School
5/297/1 [1951] Programme: 'Revels in Arden'. Includes photographs
5/298/1 [1937] Account card from Payne's (now Mr. Minit)
5/299/1 [1962] Programme: Opening of Solihull Civic Hall by H.M. the Queen
5/300/1 [1960] Notes re history of Mercia and Balsall by Miss Ulyth Francis
5/301/1 [1826] Charity Commissioner's Report (Knowle)Gives details of all Knowle charities viz: Hon Sarah Greville (refers to further details under Warwick), Hon. Algernon Greville, Fulke Grevillem Lord Brookem Thomas Harborne, Andrew Palmer, Leonard Freckleton, John Symons, Frances Fisher, Marsh, Rising Br
5/301/2 [1857] Mr. Hares report on Wilson's and Boston's charities
5/301/3 [1889] 'Knowle United Charities: Number, Value and Mode of Distribution'
5/301/4 [1895] Letters between Charity Commissioners and Vicar re schoolVicar and trustees contend that the parochial school has always been a church school and that the parochial clergy should be ex officio members of the new body of school trustees. Gives history of school, including building of the first school building o
5/302/1 Brochure: Knowle C of E Schools
5/303/1 [1886] Berrow Cottage Homes: Rules for Inmates
5/304/1 [1863] Receipt for church vault: William Berrow
5/305/1 Eva Wootton's Nature Ramble via canal, Grove Farm & Job's Cl
5/306/1 Article re Leeds Castle, with references to Queen Eleanor
5/307/1 [1987] Newspaper article: memories of the late Mrs. E. Court
5/308/1 [1983] Parish Mag article: Springfield House (for Knowle Soc exhib)
5/309/1 [1972] Newspaper cutting: launch of 'The History of Knowle'
5/310/1 Letter heading: Knowle Wool Shop (M. MacGregor)
5/311/1 [1966] Handbill: publication of 'Knowle Collegiate Church' (Upton)
5/312/1 [1966] Handbill: publication of 'Knowle Collegiate Church' (Upton)
5/313/1 [1872] Middlefield Hospital Foundation Stone, wording and sizesDrawing for wording of foundation stone to be laid by Lord Leigh, 2nd May 1872.
Reference to Kingscote Garden on acquisition form.
5/314/1 [1792] Notification of application to Parliament for Bill to construct Warwick to Birmingham canaLAris's Birmingham Gazette
5/314/2 [1792] Protest meeting against proposed canal held at Mermaid InnProtest meeting held at the Mermaid Inn (now The Greswolde Hotel), signed by William Cattell of Knowle Hall. 27th December 1792.
5/314/3 [1793] Resolutions of protest meeting against canal held in Temple Row, BirminghamNot specific to Knowle.
5/315/1 Drawings of canal locksNot specific to Knowle.
5/316/1 [1894] Lent Services and Preachers at Knowle, Dorridge and Chessetts Wood Mission ChapelCombined list from three local churches, Knowle Parish Church, Chessett (sic) Wood Mission Chapel and St Philip's Dorridge, 1894.
5/317/1 [1895] Knowle Parish Church Choir listing of Hymns and Carols Christmas Day service 1895
5/317/2 [1895] Knowle Parish Church Choir listing of Hymns and Carols 29th December 1895
5/317/3 [1896] Knowle Parish Church Choir listing of Hymns Good Friday service 1896
5/317/4 [1896] Knowle Parish Church Choir listing of Hymns 29th March 1896
5/317/5 [1896] Knowle Parish Church Choir listing of Hymns 19th April 1896
5/317/6 [1896] Knowle Parish Church Choir listing of Hymns 26th April 1896
5/317/7 [1953] Knowle Parish Church Choir listing of Hymns 31st May 1953
5/318/1 [1896] Invitation to laying of Foundation Stone for enlargement of St Philip's Church, Dorridge14 July 1896.
5/319/1 [1897] Service and events for St Philips Church Dedication of New Buildings
5/320/1 [1897] Report on enlargement of St Philips Church, DorridgeList of donations and accounts for enlargement of St Philip's Dorridge. Committee included Rev'd Hatton and T. H. Bower.
5/321/1 [1898] Photograph of The Right Rev. John James Stewart Perowne, D.D. The Lord Bishop of Worcester.Knowle Parish Magazine
Knowle and Dorridge were in Worcester Diocese at this time, Birmingham Diocese was formed in 1905.
5/322/1 [1902] Newspaper cutting - 500th anniversary of Knowle ChurchDescription of the history and features of Knowle Church and details of the quincentenary service.
5/323/1 [1902] Newspaper cutting - 500th anniversary of Knowle ChurchDescription of the history and features of Knowle Church and details of the quincentenary service.
5/324/1 [1902] Newspaper cutting - 500th anniversary of Knowle ChurchDescription of the history and features of Knowle Church and details of the quincentenary service.
5/325/1 [1902] Programme of Organ Recital. Re-opening of the Organ, Knowle Church26th September 1905
5/326/1 [1913] Carol Sheet, Knowle Parish Church 1913
5/327/1 [1917] Service sheet - Unveiling of the Black Prince memorial Tablet, Knowle ChurchUnveiling of memorial tablet by Lady Jellicoe, 17th May 1917
5/328/1 [1928] Leaflet on the Soldiers Chapel, Knowle ChurchArmistice Day 1928. Three photographs and a prayer.
5/328/3 [1928] Leaflet on the Soldiers Chapel, Knowle ChurchArmistice Day 1928. Three photographs and a prayer.
5/329/1 [1927] Service sheet 525th Anniversary of Knowle Church & Dedication of BronzeTablet in Memory of Walter Cook
5/330/1 [1929] Wedding Hymn Sheet 17th July 1929GP & EH marriage.
5/331/1 [1932] Service Sheet - Memorial service Canon Downing 23rd July 1932
5/332/1 [1932] Newspaper cutting - Funeral of Canon Downing July 1932
5/333/1 [1932] Newspaper cutting - Funeral of Canon Downing July 1932Reference to Canon Downing's Aberdeen Terrier (Rob) at the graveside.
Birmingham Gazette
5/334/1 [1932] Newspaper cutting - Will and funeral directions of Canon Downing July 1932Details bequests, value of estate and disposal of body.
Birmingham Mail 3rd October 1932
5/335/1 [1932] Newspaper cutting - Tribute to Canon Downing July 1932Tribute by A. E. Williams, churchwarden.
5/336/1 [1934] Service sheet - Dedication of Memorial window to Canon Downing23rd June 1934
5/337/1 [1933] Service sheet - Institution of Rev'd J W Sharp28th January 1933
5/338/1 [1933] Finance Report of Knowle Parochial Church Council 31st December 1932
5/339/1 [1936] Service Sheet - Service of Remembrance and Hope on death of King George V2nd February 1936
5/340/1 Carol 'In the Field with their Flocks Abiding' with sheet music
5/340/2 Carol 'In the Field with their Flocks Abiding' with sheet music
5/341/1 [1892] Exhibitor's ticket - Knowle & District Horticultural Society1st August 1892
5/342/1 [1846] Newspaper proof copy - Mr Hill's 2nd Lecture on Prisons and Prison DisciplineMidland Counties Herald 14 May 1846.
Mr Hill - Architect of Birmingham Borough jail.
5/343/1 Bookmark. Miscellaneous retailers
5/344/1 Bookmark. Wright's Coal Tar Soap
5/345/1 [1950] Four Petrol Coupons
5/345/2 [1950] Fourteen Petrol Coupons
5/345/3 [1957] Six Petrol Coupons
5/346/1 Wartime economy labels
5/347/1 [1918] The Names of those Who died in The Great WarCopy of Royal British Legion book in the Soldiers' Chapel. Five sheets mounted on single piece of black card.
Located in Outsize Folder.
5/347/2 [1945] The Names of those Who died in The Second World WarCopy of Royal British Legion book in the Soldiers' Chapel. Two sheets mounted on single piece of black card.
Located in Outsize Folder.
5/348/1 [1995] Service Sheet - To mark 50th Anniversary of the end of WW2A Service of Remembrance and Commitment.
4pp. 20th August 1995
5/349/1 [1944] Programme of Events - Salute the Soldier Week20th-27th May 1944
5/350/1 Leaflet 'After the Raid'. Metropolitan Borough of HampsteadNo obvious direct connection with Knowle.
5/351/1 [1940] 1st Knowle Guides - Diary entries during wartimeHandwritten notes by D. E. Hill, Captain.
5/352/1 [1995] History of The Soldier's Chapel by Bob CurryDescription and history of the Soldiers' Chapel by R. W. Curry.
5/353/1 [1941] Jennie Evans' exercise book - Knowle SchoolSchool essays from 10 September 1941 to 27 March 1942.
5/354/1 [1941] The Star
5/355/1 [1947] Picture Post
5/356/1 [1995] Service sheet - Dedication of St John's Hall. 15th October 1995
5/357/1 Extract from book 'The Grand Union Days' - mentioning Knowle and Heronfield
5/358/1 [1966] Newspaper cutting - publication of Anthony Upton's book on Knowle ChurcHSolihull News
5/358/2 [1966] Newspaper cutting - publication of Anthony Upton's book on Knowle ChurcHSolihull News
5/358/3 [1966] Newspaper cutting - publication of Anthony Upton's book on Knowle ChurchSolihull News
5/359/1 [1950] Letter from F Peach announcing a Bring and Buy Sale with proceeds to Churchyard upkeep
5/360/1 [1951] Announcement of a series of Church Architecture lectures by G Forsyth Lawson FRIBAHeld at the Guildhouse commencing 19th September 1951
5/361/1 [1953] Order of Service for 31st May 1953 (Sunday before the Coronation)
5/362/1 [1954] Information for Solihull Borough Council - Service at Knowle Church on 19th September 1954Borough of Solihull guidance to Council members and officers - Morning Service at Knowle Church on 19th September 1954.
5/363/1 [1956] Appeal for £5000 - Knowle Church September 1956Appeal for the Soldiers' Chapel (damp and Death Watch Beetle), the new Vicarage and the Bishop's Appeal.
5/364/1 [1962] 'Our Church' leaflet - appealing for fundsAppeal for stonework including pinnacles.
5/365/1 [1963] 'Knowle Church 1402-?' - appealing for fundsGeneral appeal for funds.
5/366/1 [1966] Parish magazine noting events from 1932-1966Supplementary report of notable events in the church and public life in the cover style of the magazine.
5/367/1 [1972] Order of Service for Rededication of the Organ 20th December 1972Recital by Roy Massey. Includes specification of the organ at Knowle Parish Church.
5/368/1 Newspaper cutting - Service of dedicationReport of annual dedication service outside the Guild House.
5/369/1 Chessetts Wood Church . Thank offering box leafletLabel for wrapping around collection box.
5/370/1 [1947] Warwickshire Federation of Women's Institutes - Carol Service sheet 18th December 1947Service at Knowle Parish Church, 18th December 1947.
5/371/1 [1950] Newspaper cutting - Picture of Chester HouseBirmingham Post, 6th October 1950
5/372/1 [1950] Announcement of AGM at The Men's Institute on behalf of Knowle Community Association16th February 1950
5/373/1 [1951] Programme for Babes in the Wood at Wilson Arms Assembly Hall9th-11th January 1951
5/373/2 [1951] Newspaper cutting - Babes in the Wood at Wilson Arms Assembly Hall9th-11th January 1951. The first pantomime to be held in Knowle and put on in aid of the Knowle Community Association.
5/373/3 [1951] Newspaper cutting - Babes in the Wood at Wilson Arms Assembly Hall9th-11th January 1951. Birmingham Mail. Funding the Community Association.
5/374/1 [1951] Programme Knowle Fair29th October - 3rd November 1951.
5/375/1 [1952] Programme for Aladdin at Wilson Arms Assembly Hall9th-12th January 1952.
5/376/1 [1952] Newspaper Cutting - 'Revels in Arden' carnival.Includes picture of un-named Morris dancers.
5/377/1 [1952] Order of Service. Funeral of Arthur Edward Williams, Churchwarden
5/378/1 [1954] Exhibition entry form. 'Revels in Arden' carnival22nd May 1954
5/378/2 [1954] Programme 'Revels in Arden' carnival22nd May 1954
5/379/1 [1956] Programme - Boys' Brigade (1st Knowle Company) Inspection and DisplayFull list of Boys' Brigade officers and squads. 23rd May 1956.
5/380/1 [1959] Newspaper cutting - Knowle InstituteIncludes pictures of the Men's Institute and its billard table. Solihull News, 31st January 1959.
5/381/1 [1950] Newspaper cutting. Les Wilmott competition cyclist.Birmingham Despatch, 15th August 1955.
5/382/1 [1960] Solihull Council Election canvassing leaflet - Tom BrysonIncludes photograph of candidate.
5/383/1 [1960] Service of Dedication of Arden High SchoolKnowle Church. 4pp, 15th September 1960.
5/384/1 [1960] Service of Dedication of Arden High School4pp, 15th September 1960.
5/385/1 [1960] Order of Service - Laying Up and Dedication of the new Standard4pp, 18th September 1960
5/386/1 [1959] Invitation to AGM of Knowle Community AssociationLeaflet on rapid development of Knowle village and invitation to KCA AGM. 26th March 1959.
5/387/1 [1962] Knowle Society membership application form
5/388/1 Letter from Knowle By-pass Protest Committee requesting support
5/389/1 Programme Knowle Operatic Company - Concert of Christmas MusicIn Knowle Parish Church. Promoted by Horace G Everitt. Organist Vic Hammett, 21st December.
5/390/1 [1960] Newspaper cutting - Knowle Community Association special evening services for youngstersAccount of special services for young people in Knowle Parish Church.
5/391/1 Programme of events: West Bromwich Motor Cycle and Car ClubMeeting at Hall Farm, Knowle. 4pp
5/392/1 [1947] Newspaper cutting - Account of Rare Book Exhibition including Register of the Guild of KnowleSociety of Artists' Galleries, New St., Birmingham.
5/393/1 Newspaper cutting - Description of the Warwick Road from Knowle to Hatton
5/394/1 [1960] Newspaper cutting - Report of football match between Knowle FC and Baddesley CollieryIncludes photograph of Knowle Football Club. Sports Final Edition of the Birmingham Mail, 9th January 1960.
5/395/1 Newspaper cutting - Account of a journey passing through KnowleDescribes Greswolde Arms, the swimming baths, bowling green and costs of local accommodation. The Daily Telegraph - article by 'Bon Viveur' on eating places.
5/396/1 Greswolde Hotel information bookletProbably 1960's. Includes history of the hotel referencing Petty Sessional Courts. Includes photographs of the frontage and public rooms and descriptions of the ballroom, swimming pool and bowling green.
5/397/1 [1951] Newspaper cutting - Greswolde Arms auction saleDescribes failed bidding for the hotel at auction and the move of Petty Sessions to the George Hotel Solihull in 1839.
5/398/1 Newspaper cutting - Greswolde Hotel granting of building licence for extensionsBirmingham Mail.
5/399/1 [1952] Newspaper advert - Red LionSunday Mercury, 1st June 1952
5/400/1 [1952] Newspaper advert - Midland BankThe Scouter magazine October 1952
5/401/1 [1960] Advertisement - Knowle shopsPromotional leaflet for Knowle area businesses.
5/402/1 [1965] Promotional leaflet for opening of Wrensons
5/403/1 Promotional leaflet for LashfordsIncludes national mileage chart on reverse.
5/404/1 Promotional leaflet for LashfordsIncludes national mileage chart on reverse.
5/405/1 [1938] The Knowle Scout Hymn Book48pp.
5/406/1 [1951] Order of Service - Solihull Boy Scouts AssociationSt Georges Day Service 22nd April 1951
5/407/1 [1959] Events circular - Knowle Old ScoutsGolden Jubilee of the Knowle Group. Announcement signed by Percy Cox of dinner and thanksgiving service for old members of Knowle Scouts.
5/407/2 [1959] Events circular - Knowle Old ScoutsGolden Jubilee of the Knowle Group. Announcement by Percy Cox of dinner and thanksgiving service for old members of Knowle Scouts - unsigned copy.
5/407/3 [1959] Programme of events and menu, Jubilee Dinner 1909-1959, Knowle Old Scouts4th April 1959
5/407/4 [1959] Order of Service - 1st Knowle Scout Group. Service of Thanksgiving Golden Jubilee5th April 1959. Dedication of new colours.
5/408/1 [1969] Acknowledgement of donation towards gift to Knowle Church.1st Knowle Scouts Diamond Jubilee September 1969. Letter of thanks from Scout leader P.A. Collins to donor Tony Upton.
5/408/2 [1969] Ticket to 1st Knowle Scouts Diamond Jubilee Dinner27th September 1969.
5/408/3 [1969] Programme of events and menu. Diamond Jubilee Dinner 1909-1969 1st Knowle Scouts27th September 1969
5/408/4 [1969] Order of Service - 1st Knowle Scout Group. Service of Thanksgiving Diamond Jubilee28th September 1969
5/409/1 [1966] 'The Collegiate Church of Saints John the Baptist, Laurence and Anne' by A. UptonTypescript. Filed in Outsize
5/409/2 [1966] 'The Collegiate Church of Saints John the Baptist, Laurence and Anne' by A. UptonGalley proof. Filed in Outsize
5/409/3 [1966] 'The Collegiate Church of Saints John the Baptist, Laurence and Anne' by A. UptonGalley proof corrected. Filed in Outsize
5/409/4 [1966] 'The Collegiate Church of Saints John the Baptist, Laurence and Anne' by A. UptonGalley proof of illustrations and cover. 13 items.
5/409/5 [1966] Order form: 'The History of Knowle Parish Church' by Anthony Upton
5/409/6 [1966] Order form: 'The History of Knowle Parish Church' by Anthony Upton
5/410/1 Fisher family of Packington - Extract from unidentified book
5/411/1 [1999] Book: 'Entertaining for 50 years' the Revels Drama Group by Chris Adderley
5/411/2 [2009] Book: The Next Act. The Revels Drama Group 1999-2009 Chris Adderley
5/412/1 [1920] WWI Register 1920-1928Names and addresses of Knowle residents compiled in the late 20th Century by Jennie Evans whose aunt Miss Scragg ran a shop in Kenilworth Road and lived in Wilsons Road.
5/412/2 [1920] WWI Register 1920-1928Names and addresses of Knowle residents compiled in the late 20th Century by Jennie Evans whose aunt Miss Scragg ran a shop in Kenilworth Road and lived in Wilsons Road.
5/412/3 [1920] WWI Register 1920-1928Names and addresses of Knowle residents compiled in the late 20th Century by Jennie Evans whose aunt Miss Scragg ran a shop in Kenilworth Road and lived in Wilsons Road.
5/413/1 [1999] Letter with WWII memories from Muriel Thompson
5/414/1 [1989] Programme - Knowle Festival 1-20 May 1989Lists all local clubs and societies. Photographs of Knowle High Street. Advertisements for local businesses.
5/415/1 [1989] Programme - Knowle Festival 1-20 May 1989Lists all local clubs and societies. Photographs of Knowle High Street. Advertisements for local businesses.
5/416/1 [1939] Newspaper cutting - Demolition of White Swan and proposed George Mason storeBirmingham Mail 15 June1939.
5/417/1 [1994] Obituary of Marjorie Brooks (née Blackburn)Excerpt from Parish Magazine. Includes photograph of Marjorie Blackburn and Jennie Evans.
5/418/1 [2000] Newspaper Cutting - Obituary of Betty WaldenBirmingham Post - Died 16th February 2000
5/418/2 [2000] Order of Service - Memorial Service for Betty Walden28th February 2000
5/419/1 [1944] Newspaper Cutting - Colonel Guy Jackson accident on active serviceBirmingham Post 13 September 1944.
5/420/1 [1965] 'The New-Fashioned Village' - original lyrics written for Knowle W I choir
5/421/1 [2000] Programme - Knowle 200014-27 May 2000
5/422/1 Midland Bank PapersReport of the Directors - 1890
History of the Knowle Branch - 1979
5/423/1 [1934] Letter requesting birth certificate for Ellen Humphries from son J B Warren
5/424/1 [1996] Programme - Knowle Pageant 19th - 23rd November 1996
5/425/1 [1996] Order of Service - Dedication of the Cenotaph 1996
5/425/2 [1996] Order of Service - Dedication of the Cenotaph 1996
5/426/1 [1935] Programme - Solihull Group N F W I Garden Meeting5th July 1935. National Federation of Womens Institutes.
Includes tableaux in which Miss Shuttleworth (cook at Knowle Hall) took part.
5/426/2 [1935] Community Song Sheet - Solihull Group N F W I Garden Meeting5th July 1935. National Federation of Womens Institutes.
5/427/1 [1995] Papers re. Baddesley ClintonIncludes cover note by John Jarman.
Inventory and glossary of Church Goods at the time of Edward VI.
5/428/1 [1996] Promotional leaflet for Knowle & Dorridge Cricket Club centenary 1896 - 1996Includes colour photographs of the clubhouse.
5/429/1 [1998] Order of Service - Collation and Induction of Rev. Michael Parker31st March 1998
5/430/1 Service sheet - Remembrance Sunday ServiceUsed for about ten years, withdrawn c. 2005.
5/431/1 [1998] Menu and toasts - Berrow Homes Trust 20th Anniversary Luncheon20th April 1998
5/431/2 [1998] Menu and toasts - Berrow Homes Trust 20th Anniversary Luncheon20th April 1998
5/432/1 [1926] Article re. Knowle Fire Brigade at Stratford-upon-AvonDescribes help by Knowle Fire Brigade at a fire at Shakespeare Memorial Theatre.
The Birmingham Post 15 August 1998, reproducing pages from the same paper in 1926.
5/433/1 [1997] Magazine article on the Eleanor CrossesPage from This England, Winter 1997.
5/434/1 [1997] Magazine article: Lord ByronBritish Medical Journal, 20 December 1997. Connects Lord Byron with Lady Byron Lane (Caroline Lamb).
5/435/1 Certificate of Consecration
5/436/1 Copy of IndulgenceIllustrated script.
5/437/1 Map of England and Wales showing Pre-Reformation Dioceses (13th Century)Outline map.
5/438/1 [2002] Celebratory Bellringing in Knowle (from Churchwardens' Accounts 1672-1763)Modern transcription of original text.
5/439/1 [1981] Account of visit to see Royal Wedding - Bob GaukrogerTranscription for exhibition use of article in Knowle Parish Magazine.
5/439/2 [1981] Account of visit to see Royal Wedding - Bob GaukrogerTranscription for exhibition use of article in Knowle Parish Magazine (larger size than 5/439/1.
5/439/3 [1981] Account of visit to see Royal Wedding - Bob GaukrogerExtract from Knowle Parish Magazine
5/440/1 [1928] Leaflet: The Soldiers Chapel, Knowle ChurchArmistice Day 1928, includes three photographs and a prayer. Also separate enlargement of the prayer and one photograph for exhibtion use.
5/441/1 [1934] Service sheet - Dedication of Memorial window to Canon Downing23rd June 1934
5/442/1 [1936] Booklet - Special Forms of Service in Commemoration on death of King George V
5/443/1 [1986] Order of service - Memorial Service for Dr James Lawson ('Loy') Whatley22nd November 1986. 4 Dec 1909 - 14 Nov 1986.
5/444/1 [1989] Hymn Sheet - Festival Praise and Village Picnic 21st May
5/445/1 [1977] 'Know your Knowle' folderFolder prepared by Knowle Parish Church and distributed to newcomers to Knowle through street-based liaison officer network. Includes Parish Magazine for May 1977. Includes unrelated personal notes to the original recipient (Eva).
5/446/1 A Walk Through Fields and Lanes in Knowle, Warwickshire'Yellowing display map with colour photographs, paintings of local birds and wildflowers and lists of local flora and fauna. Plastic coated in parts and deteriorating Sellotape.
5/447/1 [1920] Letter re. War Memorial Tablet at Knowle InstituteLetter to Revd Thomas Downing from W H Bidlake (architect).
5/447/2 [1920] Letter re. War Memorial Tablet at Knowle InstituteTranscript of handwitten letter in 5/447/1
5/448/1 Skelsey family informationFamily History of the Skelsey family, resident at 'One Elm' Kenilworth Road and later built 'Hollin Brow'.
5/449/1 [1940] Midland Red Timetable 19402pp. National Emergency, Petrol Rationing timetable commencing 25 May 1940.
5/450/1 [1940] 'Woollies for the RAF', Knitting Patterns20pp. Flying stockings, helmets, fingerless gloves and pullovers. Weldon Knitting Series No. 15.
5/451/1 [2001] Letter advising account customers of closure of Maddocks News and transfer to DillonsLetter from Maddacks.
5/451/2 [2001] Letter advising account customers of closure of Maddocks News and transfer to DillonsLetter from Dillons.
5/452/1 [1977] Thank you card from Eva Wootton to Stella JarmanFollowed visit to Die Fliedermaus.
5/453/1 [1978] Customer's Statement from R K LyonsTo Mrs Jarman.
5/454/1 [1980] Envelope with Knowle Festival postal franking stampHand stamped envelope without postage stamp.
5/455/1 Christmas Card from Children of Knowle Sunday School to All Aboard 'HMS Black Prince'
5/456/1 [1917] Service sheet - Unveiling of the Black Prince Memorial Tablet, Knowle Church 17th May 1917Photographic print copy.
5/457/1 [2001] Booklet - Caroline and Archer CliveShirley Parish Magazine, 28pp. History of the Clive family - landowners around Knowle, Rector of Solihull.
5/458/1 [1973] Knowle Festival Programme 1973, with article by Mrs. ParsonsIncludes article on the history of Knowle by Myffy Parsons.
5/459/1 Kodak photo wallets from C J Hill, Station RoadEmpty wallet (card) that was provided with developed film and prints by photographic retailer - in this case printed with C. J. Hill - chemist Station Road, Knowle.
5/459/2 Kodak photo wallets from A H WindridgeEmpty wallet (card) that was provided with developed film and prints by photographic retailer - in this case printed with A. H. Windridge, The Pharmacy, Knowle.
5/459/3 Kodak photo wallets from A H WindridgeEmpty wallet (card) that was provided with developed film and prints by photographic retailer - in this case printed with A. H. Windridge, The Pharmacy, Knowle.
5/460/1 [1793] List of Shareholders - Warwick & Birmingham Canal3pp Modern transcription, includes Bower, Lewis, Wigley.
5/461/1 Leaflet: Jobs Close, reprinted from Knowle Parish Magazine
5/462/1 [1985] 1706 Warwick Road: notes on the deedsMentions Samuel Davy's estate bought from Hugh Goodwin Newton. No. 1706 ('Endun') and adjacent five houses built in 1933. First occupant was William Phillips (the post master). Also mentions that Arthur Williams (churchwarden) lived at 167 Station Road
5/463/1 Paper: a bronze flanged axe head from Darley GreenReprinted from the magazine of Solihull Archaeological Group (SAGMAG 2).
5/464/1 Paper: the motorway and the priory of HenwoodReprinted from the magazine of Solihull Archaeological Group (SAGMAG 2).
5/465/1 Extract from Perambulations of Parish of SolihullBy Revd. Henry Greswold 1662-1674. Reprinted from
SAGMAG 5.
5/466/1 Guide to Knowle Parish Church (Miss Freeman)Notes by Canon Downing edited by Miss Freeman.
5/467/1 [1973] Knowle Festival ProgrammeTwo proof copies (3pp each) of Knowle Festival programme. Includes article on Knowle by Myffy Parsons.
5/468/1 [1921] Letter Book 4 Feb 1921 - 3 May 192?Index of customer letters for Davy Auctioneers - 11 pp
5/468/2 [1925] Letter Book 18 October 1924 - 27 August 1925Index of customer letters for Davy Auctioneers - 24 pp
5/468/3 [1929] Letter Book 2 May 1929 - 13 Sept 1930Index of customer letters for Davy Auctioneers - 28 pp
5/468/4 [1933] Letter Book 3 October 1933 - 1 August 1934Index of customer letters for Davy Auctioneers - 26 pp
5/468/5 [1934] Letter Book 3 August 1934- 27 April 1935Index of customer letters for Davy Auctioneers - 27 pp
5/469/1 Papers re Kimbell familyNotes on the family by the Revd. John Partington, includes family tree - 8 pp
5/469/2 Papers re Kimbell familyNotes on the family by the Revd. John Partington, includes family tree - 10 pp Mostly duplicates 5/468/1.
5/470/1 Henwood Priory - notes on boundariesHistory and description of the area around Henwood Priory with particular reference to boundaries and the impact of the new M42; includes copies of maps - 6 pp
5/471/1 [2002] Knowle British Legion 75th Anniversary Dinner Dance programme 18th May 20024 pp
5/472/1 [1901] Grove Farm - Bills received 1901-1908Bills received by J Dickin, Grove Farm - 5 pp
5/473/1 List of War Graves in Knowle Churchyard3 pp
5/474/1 [1685] Freckleton's Charity - Payees 1685-1852List of historical payees of Freckleton's Dole upon the Springfield Property. Mounted for exhibition.
5/474/2 Telegram from Thomas Downing accompanying 474/1Letter from Canon Downing to Mr Jackson enclosing 5/474/1.
5/474/3 Freckleton's Charity - Charity Commissioners Reports 1829-1875Handwritten transcription of the charity's objects from Charity Cimmissioners Reports.
5/475/1 [1983] Newspaper Cutting - Knowle Society Inns Exhibition. Solihull Times 14 Jan 1983
5/476/1 Dr Bower's memories of KnowleResponse by Dr R J Bower at the B93 award ceremony on 10 July 2004 on receiving the Special Community Contribution Award. 4 pp
5/477/1 Bower Family historyFamily history written by Eileen Gilson. Includes family trees, photographs of family homes and notes by Dr R J Bower. Details of Knowle Lodge, floor plan, house and garden. 63 pp
5/478/1 History of Knowle WI with photograph2 pp extract from Knowle Parish Magazine, includes 1954 photograph of Knowle WI members.
5/479/1 [1955] Chessetts Wood Church - report in Knowle Parish Magazine1pp extract from Knowle Parish Magazine December 1955. Report on Chessetts Wood mission church.
5/480/1 Newspaper Cuttings - Knowle Institute 1886-19124 pp
5/481/1 Gild of St Anne by Kyle RaeHistory of the Gild of St Anne - 21pp poor copy typescript including bibliography.
5/482/1 [1925] Programme 'Cinderella' in aid of 1st Knowle Brownies2 pp poor copy.
5/483/1 [2003] Order of Service - 600th Anniversary Festival Service - Knowle Church4 pp service sheet and 4pp pew notice sheet for 2 March 2003.
5/483/2 [2003] Programme- '600 years brought alive in light, sound & vision'2 pp Produced by Margaret Fulford (not acknowledged on programme). No formal recording was made of this event.
5/484/1 Article from Jean Powrie on Eleanor of CastileLetter (1pp) Dr Bower enclosing article (2pp) on Queen Eleanor.
5/485/1 Outline map of Manors and Parishes of Solihull2 pp. Includes list of sale prices of wood, cereals, poultry and stock.
5/486/1 Notes on Medical Practice in Knowle 1706 - 19474 pp probably written by Dr R J Bower.
5/487/1 [1967] Bills from George MasonsNine bills to Mrs Jarman.
5/488/1 [1870] Article: 'Midland Middle Class Idiot Asylum'Illustrated Midland News 15 October 1870
5/489/1 [1994] 'Village in View' magazine26 pp Articles on Knowle Royal British Legion, Knowle Fun Run, A future for Henwood Mill, Surgery raffle and cover photograph of Grimshaw Hall.
5/490/1 [1918] Letter from Thomas Downing to serviceman4 pp Mentions killed and missing - Nix, Haynes, Tandy, Watts, Bird, Lindon, Thompson, Sumner and Greenland. Also mentions Jack Phipps, Harry Hicken, Walter Davy and Fred Church.
5/491/1 [1947] Newspaper Cutting - Middlefield HospitalSolihull News 3rd May 1947
5/492/1 [1864] Will of Mrs Mary WillcoxDated 14th June 1864, 2 pp
5/492/2 [1884] Particulars of Estate of Mrs Mary WillcoxWitnessed by John Kimbell.
5/492/3 [1883] Valuation of buildings and land on Kixley Lane belonging to Mary Willcox2 pp
5/493/1 [1796] Will of John WillcoxDated 28th November 1796
5/494/1 [1882] Statement of Settling of Joseph Bolton's estate2 pp
5/495/1 [1883] Particulars of Estate of William Willcox
5/495/2 [1858] Receipt for half a year's interest from Executors of William Willcox's estate
5/495/3 [1882] Bill for funeral of William Willcox2 pp
5/495/4 Inventory of Estate of William Willcox2 pp Inventory by Thomas Glover, Appraiser.
5/495/5 [1882] Medical bill for William Willcoxx
5/496/1 [1815] Particulars of Estate of Thomas Willcox2 pp List of acreage of enclosurse of land in Knowle.
5/497/1 [1856] Agreement between William Willcox & Thomas Keen for purchase of land at Chessetts Wood4 pp
5/498/1 [1864] Letter to William Willcox: Property negotiations for Knowle ManorTypeset letter from (solicitors?) in Birmingham advising of meeting at Greswolde Arms Hotel with William Willcox, farmer of Baker's Lane.
5/499/1 Particulars of mortgaged property belonging to William Willcox deceased
5/500/1 [1881] Bill for coal delivered to Knowle Station
5/501/1 [1938] St George & St Teresa Annual Book 193812 pp Annual Book of St George & St Teresa Roman Catholic Church includes 4pp insert of blotting card. Picture of new window designed by Patrick A Feeny of John Hardman Studios, of former priest Father William Perry, of the Shrine of St Philomena and high
5/502/1 Notes on Maddocks shop (Rose Cottage)Note provided by David Maddocks.
5/503/1 [1921] Service Sheet - Dedication of the War Memorial - 5th June 19212 pp Lists names of those who died in the Great War.
5/504/1 [1966] Booklet - Care & Distribution of WRVS Processed Clothing - WRVS 20 pp
5/504/2 [1966] Booklet - The Care of Homeless People - WVS Civil Defence82 pp
5/504/3 [1964] Booklet - Emergency Cooking - WVS Civil Defence 40 pp Includes insert on how to survive in a nuclear war.
5/505/1 [2004] Notes on Temple Balsall - Jennie Evans4 pp
5/506/1 [1997] Programme - Old England XI at K&D Crcket Club25th May 1997, 22 pp. Includes history of K&D Cricket Club with team photographs of 1900, 1919, 1952, 1968, 1978 & 1995.
5/507/1 [2004] Programme - B93 Community Awards 10th July 200416 pp Winner of Special Community Contribution Award was Dr R J Bower.
5/508/1 The Spirit of Britain' Poems of the War from Knowle, Warks by H F Roberts12 pp. Poem 'Knowle 1940' and others.
5/509/1 [2004] Introductory notes to The Wilson Collection with photosIncludes photographs (3 copies) of tin trunk in which the documents were received, inscribed 'RIGHT HONOURABLE GUY FLEETWOOD WILSON C.G.I.E., K.C.B., K.C.M.G. LETTERS AND REVIEWS'.
From 2004 the Collection was accepted into the Warwick County Record Offic
5/509/2 [2004] Background to The Wilson Collection
5/510/1 [2004] Review of papers of Sir Guy Wilson 1850 to 19407 pp, main contents incude:
Sir Guy's intestacy and family correspondence and The 'Wilsons of Etton and Knowle'.
5/510/2 [2004] Review of papers of Sir Guy Wilson 1850 to 19419 pp mainly comprising correspondence with Guy Wilson, some having been translated from the French.
5/511/1 Descendants of William Wilson2 pp of family tree 'Descendants of William Wilson' - prepared in format of 'Family Tree Maker' program.
5/512/1 [1887] Death Certificate of William H B J Wilson2 copies
5/512/2 [1887] Note stating 'Certificate of Death of William Williams alias HBJ Wilson'2 copies
5/513/1 [1887] Bill of Sale from Jane Williams to Guy F WilsonSale of miscellaneous household items signed over a postage stamp..
5/514/1 [1887] Bill for inventory re home of Capt Wm H B J Wilson deceasedBill for inventory of 24 Gerald Road, Eaton Square, London, signed over a postage stamp.
5/515/1 [1881] Letter from Wm H B J Wilson4 pp plus A4 handwritten pencil transcription of original letter. Letter from Gumley Wilson to Sir Guy Wilson.
5/516/1 [1887] Letter from Jane Williams accepting office of Executor for husband 's estate
5/517/1 [1887] Probate certificate - Wm H B J Wilson
5/518/1 [1881] Census showing entry for Wm H and Jane Williams (Wilson)
5/519/1 Newspaper Cutting: Charge of Bigamy against Mrs Barbara K Wilson
5/520/1 [1914] Letter from Canon Downing to Sir Guy Fleetwood WilsonCovering letter for an unknown enclosure probably referring to Canon Downing's book 'The Records of Knowle'.
5/521/1 [1937] Letters between Rev Sharp and Sir Guy F Wilson re Wilson family crest5 pp
5/522/1 [1935] Letters to Sir Guy F Wilson from W L Court, Wilson Arms HotelThree letters (4pp) from W.L.Court (proprietor of The Wilson Arms before John Wall) to Sir Guy Fleetword Wilson in London, incuded photographs, see cross references for photographs.
5/523/1 [1938] Letter from John Wall (The Wilson Arms) to Sir Guy Fleetwood Wilson14 May 1838. From John Wall proprietor of The Wilson Arms re. formation of Bowling Club, inviting Sir Guy to be Vice-President.
5/523/2 [1938] Letter from Sir Guy Fleetwood Wilson to John Wall18 May 1938. Reply tp 5/523/1 refusing invitation to be Vice-President of the Bowling Club at The Wilson Arms, Knowle
5/523/3 [1938] Letter from Sir Guy Fleetwood Wilson to John Wall20 June 1938. Second reply to 5/523/1 again refusing invitation to be Vice-President of the Bowling Club at The Wilson Arms, Knowle but this time offering a prize (trophy?)
5/523/4 [1938] Letter from John Wall to Sir Guy Fleetwood Wilson22 June 1938. Re. Bowling Club prize.
5/523/5 [1938] Letters between Sir Guy F Wilson and John Wall, The Wilson Arms with photos17 pp
5/523/6 [1938] Letter from Sir Guy Fleetwood Wilson to John Wall enquiring about family crest2pp. Re. family crest on Wilson tomb in Knowle churchyard.
5/523/7 [1937] Letter from John Wall to Sir Guy Fleetwood Wilson re. photographs and book
5/523/8 [1937] Letter from Sir Guy Fleetwood Wilson to John Wall, re. book and family crestWrites about sending a bound copy of a book and about the family coat of arms on the Wilson tomb in Knowle churchyard.
5/523/9 [1937] Letter from John Wall to Sir Guy Fleetwood Wilson thanking him for a book
5/523/10 [1937] Letter from Sir Guy Fleetwood Wilson enclosing another unbound copy of a bookThe earlier bound copy not having arrived, an ordinary copy is sent as well.
5/523/11 [1937] Letter from John Wall to Sir Guy Fleetwood Wilson thanking him for books
5/524/1 [1938] Correspondence re Sir Guy F Wilson's order for photos of Wilsons Arms10 pp
5/525/1 [1938] Letter from Rev Sharp to Sir Guy F Wilson re demolition of 'White Swan'2 pp Letter lamenting inevitable but regretable plans to demolish the White Swan.
5/526/1 [1887] Letter from G F Wilson to cousin William Le Hunte Wilson14 pp. 12 October 1887. G F Wilson, nephew of Gumley Wilson, writing to William Wilson, son of Gumley Wilson.
5/526/2 [1887] Letter from G F Wilson to cousin William Le Hunte Wilson - Transcript5 pp Handwritten transcript (with gaps) of 5/525/1.
5/527/1 [1923] Executor notes of G F Wilson - detailing loss of family wealth12 pp
5/528/1 [1923] Will memorandum of G F Wilson - detailing arrangements for family papers3 pp
5/529/1 [1989] Letter from Knowle Society acknowledging receipt of Wilson collection
5/530/1 [1995] Knowle Society notes on Wilson collection and family tree8 pp The originals of the collection were subsequently deposited with Warwick County Record Office and The Knowle Society retained copies of the same.
5/531/1 [1927] Envelope from original papers of Wilson collection
5/532/1 [2005] Service Sheet - Memorial service of Dr R J Bower 20.12.1918-4.04.20052 copies
5/533/1 [1955] Service Sheet - Memorial service of Edward Jefferson 1888-1955
5/534/1 Contribution card - F L Holliss Ancient Order of ForestersWarwickshire Central District.
5/535/1 [2004] A Magazine Article on KnowleMidland Property Homes and Gardens, Sept 2004 2 pp
Contains photographs including Walter Moody knitting outside the Berrow Homes.
5/536/1 [1987] Newspaper cutting:'Middlefield in Focus'26th June 1987. Solihull Times with photos
5/537/1 [1978] Brief History of Middlefield 1867 - 19782 copies Middlefield continued to exist beyond 1978.
5/538/1 [1952] Staff List at Middlefield 1891-19462 pp
5/539/1 [1999] Notes on Harpers butchers Shop (later Lyons)7 pp Notes provided by Stanley R Jones on the medieval house later occupied by Harpers, then Lyons.
5/540/1 [2005] Programme - Knowle Street Party 60th Anniversary of end of WWII2 pp
5/541/1 [1919] Certificate of thanks to those from Knowle who served in the Great WarCertificate for Fitter Christopher Anderson, R.F.A.
5/542/1 Extract from diary of Revd Mark Noble
5/543/1 [1977] Solihull Retailers Guide48 pp
5/544/1 Account of Don Burgoyne and his Flying Flea aircraft with photos
5/545/1 [1936] Knowle Church Year Book 1936-3710 pp Calendar, Blotter and Year Book, Contains full church Electoral Roll for 1936.
5/546/1 [1936] HGV Drivers Test Report - Cpl Albert Neal
5/547/1 [1960] RAF Certificate of Service - Philip Nix6 pp
5/548/1 [1945] Soldier's Service and Pay Book - Albert Neal18 pp Includes photograph of Albert Neal.
5/549/1 [1946] Soldier's Release Book - Albert Neal4 pp
5/550/1 National Savings Certificate Book - Albert Neal4 pp
5/551/1 Post Office Savings Bank Book - Albert Neal
5/552/1 [2006] Magazine Article on Dorridge 'The Place Where I Grew Up' Womens Weekly
5/553/1 [2006] Programme Knowle Junior School's 40th Anniversary Summer Fair10th June 2006
5/554/1 [2006] Magazine Article on Knowle and Dorridge. The Exclusive Magazine September 20062 pp Includes rear view of Moat Manor (Four Ashes Road).
5/555/1 [2006] Magazine Article on Knowle. Warwickshire Life June 20063 pp
5/556/1 [1897] 'Brief Description of the Midland Counties Idiot Asylum'15 pp.
5/557/1 'A Brief History of Middlefield Hospital'6 pp History, description of facilities, costs of patient care and hospital overheads. Includes handwritten note by Dr R J Bower who attended patients at the hospital for many years.
'Patients were xxxed from Local Authorities over a wide area who paid fo
5/558/1 Notes on the demolition of Middlefield19 pp Written by near neighbour Gill Knight.
5/559/1 [1985] Newspaper Article on expansion of Middlefield
5/560/1 Newspaper Article on closure of Middlefield
5/561/1 Newspaper Article on closure of Middlefield
5/562/1 Newspaper Article - Open day at MiddlefieldSolihull News Includes photograph of Pat & Horace Everitt (Right).
5/563/1 [1959] Newspaper Article on Middlefield. The News 2nd May 1959
5/564/1 [1993] Street Map showing Middlefield HospitalPrepared for sale of land following demolition of Middlefield Hospital.
5/565/1 [1993] Map showing Middlefield HospitalZoomed-in version of 5/564/1.
5/566/1 [1993] Plan of proposed housing on Middlefield site - Redrow/Bovis Homes
5/566/2 [1993] Plan of proposed housing on Middlefield site - Redrow/Bovis Homes
5/567/1 [1992] Tree Preservation Order - Middlefield Hospital 1992Correspondence in connection with and including the TPO. 14pp.
5/568/1 [1995] Quote for Tree Surgery Middlefield site - T Mousley & Sons3pp. Lists trees at the site.
5/569/1 [1992] Map showing position of trees at Middlefield and partial description2 pp Map of Middlefield Hospital site with trees marked.
5/570/1 [1991] Newspaper Article: Withdrawal of plans to redevelop MiddlefieldSolihull News 18th Jan 1991.
5/571/1 Newspaper Article: Plans to build homes on Middlefield siteReport on controversial development; The Knowle Society quoted on green belt policy.
5/572/1 [1993] Public Consultation Meeting: Identification of land to meet long term housing needs8 pp Presentation by officers of Solihull MBC at Knowle Village Hall on 29 July 1993.
5/573/1 1841 Tithe Map19pp Poor quality overlapping copies of sections of the original.
5/574/1 [1991] 'A Pageant of Knowle' - Draft scriptTyped revision script for Knowle Pageant. Draft printed script for third production of Knowle Pageant (Original electronic copy held by David Bower).
5/575/1 [1993] 'A Short Guide to Central Knowle' - Draft38pp. Proof copies of pages, quality original line drawings of Knowle building, 3.3' Floppy Disc of Wordstar 4 files, correspondence with printer.
5/576/1 [2006] Woodward and Bull Photographic Slide Collection inventoryA record of the slide collections of Frank Woodward and Geoff Bull (family friend) donated by Piers Milne (son of Eileen Milne née Woodward) to Birmingham City Library, Local History Department, photographic sub-section. Includes slides of Knowle, Solihul
5/577/1 [1882] Coal Invoice from Thomas Willcox, Kexley WharfPhotograph of invoice. Kexley (sic) Wharf.
5/578/1 [1972] Letter to accompany artifact 2/13/1/POT- Knowle Brickwork apprentice piece - Henry KeelPot made by Henry Keel of Lodge Road, apprentice at Knowle Brick Works. 2pp.
5/579/1 [1944] History of 219 Squadron and notes on Mosquito plane crash in Knowle 19442pp.
5/580/1 [2006] Booklet - Snow Hill (Birmingham) To Leamington Spa - A view from the carriage window by David Howe
5/581/1 [2008] Programme - Knowle Park Festival 23 June 200720pp.
5/582/1 [2008] Leaflet - Eric Lyons LtdIncludes photographs of Peter, David & John Lyons and the shopfront.
5/583/1 [1829] Document - Admittance of Elizabeth Bullivant to Lands late LoudsCourt Leet & Court Baron. Vellum with seal. 16.Oct 1829. Handwritten (script) legal document.
5/584/1 [1881] Will of William Henry Bowen Jordan Wilson (Squire Gumley)Photograph of first page. Used in exhibition of Squire Gumley in 2004.
5/585/1 [1947] Programme - Picture House June 1947
5/586/1 [2008] Programme - Knowle Fun Run - 11th May 200872pp
5/586/2 [2010] Programme - Knowle Fun Run - 16 May 2010
5/587/1 [1961] Newspaper advertisement - B & C Pearson Motorcycles
5/588/1 [2008] Programme - Knowle Park Festival 21 June 2008Shop Advertisements. 32pp.
5/588/2 [2010] Programme - Knowle Park Festival - 20 June 2010
5/588/3 [2011] Programme - Knowle Park Festival 19 June 2011
5/589/1 [2008] Cottages in Knowle' - Exhibition of Knowle Local History SocietyAdvertising leaflet for exhibition by Knowle Local History Society. (Note: This is a different organisation to The Knowle Society's own Local History Centre).
The exhibition described buildings and inhabitants.
Families mentioned from 1841 census:-
Adkins
5/590/1 [1919] Newspaper reports of The Everitt Divorce Suit3pp. Wife's Charge of Cruelty - The Times 22 Oct 1919
5/590/2 [1919] Newspaper reports of The Everitt Divorce Suit4pp. The Wife Cross Examined - The Times 23 Oct 1919
5/590/3 [1919] Newspaper reports of The Everitt Divorce Suit4pp. Evidence of the Husband - The Times 24 Oct 1919
5/590/4 [1919] Newspaper reports of The Everitt Divorce Suit4pp. Cross Examination of the Husband - The Times 25 Oct 1919
5/590/5 [1919] Newspaper reports of The Everitt Divorce Suit4pp. Dr Whatley's Visits - The Times 29 Oct 1919
5/590/6 [1919] Newspaper reports of The Everitt Divorce Suit4pp. Cross Examination of the Wife - The Times 30 Oct 1919
5/590/7 [1919] Newspaper reports of The Everitt Divorce Suit3pp. Both Suits Dismissed - The Times 30 Oct 1919
5/590/8 [1919] Newspaper reports of The Everitt Divorce Suit1pp. Decree granted to Army Officer - The Times 18 July 1922
5/591/1 [1831] Newspaper reports of fire at Barston Park, near Knowle1pp. Arsonists: two brothers named Hughes and Cox, their brother in law. Birmingham Gazette 7 December 1831.
5/592/1 [1927] Report on unveiling of memorial bronze to Walker Cook1pp. 28/02/1927
5/593/1 [1966] Solihull CBC -' Suggested Plan of Organisation of Schools on a Comprehensive system in the County Borough of Solihull'June 1966. Proposes a new school called Knowle Comprehensive School 11-18 years on a new site in Knowle
5/594/1 [1964] Knowle Society Membership CardMrs R J Bower October 1964. Hon Sec: Mrs K M Fischer, 1712 Warwick Rd
5/595/1 [1970] Knowle & District Community Association Membership CardMrs R J Bower 1970. Possibly Village Hall Committee Chairman: Judeen Clarke (Signed)
5/596/1 [2007] Newspaper Cutting: Knowle School Project visit to LHCSolihull Times 7 March 2007. Photograph shows Elizabeth Stanley, Jordan Amado-Taylor and Jade Mionett
5/597/1 [1967] Correspondence between Knowle Society and Solihull CBC concerning the naming of Crabmill Close3 letters
5/598/1 [1994] Correspondence between Knowle Society and Solihull MBC re. naming new roads on Middlefield estate2 letters
5/599/1 [1989] Knowle Festival Souvenir Programme 19891st-20th May
5/600/1 [1979] Newspaper cutting with picture taken in Chester House.1st Knowle Scouts 70th AnniversarySolihull News 7th July 1979. John Gimes, Pauline Broadbridge, Sue Rigby, Mark Broadbridge, Sue Slater
5/601/1 [2009] Web site printout about Knowle12pp. History General, Church, Chester House, Inns, Grimshaw Hall, Dial House, Farms, Manor of Knowle, Charities, Berrow Homes.
Harborns, Palmer, Marsh, Symons, Bent, Tallis, Treherne, Wilson, Boston, Wheeler, Slater, Berrow, Mulllins.
5/602/1 [2009] Web site printout about The College of Knowle3pp. History of the College of Knowle including Walter Cook, Wardens - Gilbert Fowler, Wm Bulker, Richard Bryan, Thomas Rewle, Thos Kyxley, Wm Dee, John Wryght, John Townesend. Priests - Wm Wright, John Browne, Ralph Marshall, Ralph Wydford, John Whitmore
5/603/1 [1952] Illustrated article on Band & Meeks64pp. The Grocers' Gazette and Provision Trades News - 12 July 1952, p 22-24
5/604/1 [2009] Family Tree of Tonks Family
5/604/2 [1935] Will of Henry Tonks 3pp.
5/604/3 [1870] Will of William Tonks 2pp.
5/604/4 [1898] Will of Edmund Tonks 6pp.
5/604/5 [1898] Death certificate of Edmund Tonks
5/604/6 [1845] Death certificate of John Tonks
5/604/7 [1878] Death certificate of Julia Ann Tonks
5/604/8 [1855] Marriage certificate of Edmund Tonks & Julie Ann Johnson
5/604/9 [2009] Notes on the Johnson family5pp.
5/604/10 [1937] Death Certificate of Henry Tonks
5/604/11 [1862] Birth Certificate of Henry TonksLaminated
5/605/1 [2009] Magazine cutting about book by Eileen Gooder 'Temple Balsall from Hospitallers to a Caring Community 1322 to Modern Times'. Select MagazineSelect Magazine
5/606/1 Will of Nicholas Grimshaw3 pp
5/606/2 Estate of Nicholas Grimshaw6 pp
5/606/3 [1933] Magazine Article about Grimshaw HallCountry Life magazine 16th Sept 1933. 5 pp
5/607/1 [1933] AA Route Map Knowle to Chester 19th May 1933Donated by Maria Cook, 76 Chantry Heath Crescent.
5/608/1 Knowle Operatic & Musical Society - Programme 'HMS Pinafore'Donated by Maria Cook, 76 Chantry Heath Crescent.
5/608/2 [1966] Knowle Operatic & Musical Society - Programme 'Patience'. 1966Donated by Maria Cook, 76 Chantry Heath Crescent.
5/608/3 [1966] Newspaper cutting of Knowle Operatic Society's production of 'Patience' 1966Donated by Maria Cook, 76 Chantry Heath Crescent.
5/608/4 [1966] Knowle Operatic & Musical Society - Programme 'Carmen' 1966Donated by Maria Cook, 76 Chantry Heath Crescent.
5/608/5 [1970] Knowle Operatic & Musical Society - Programme 'Iolanthe'. 1970Donated by Maria Cook, 76 Chantry Heath Crescent.
5/609/1 [1977] Knowle Lodge 8001, Ladies Evening 11th February 1977Donated by Maria Cook, 76 Chantry Heath Crescent.
5/609/2 [1987] Knowle Lodge 8001, Ladies Evening 14th March 1987Donated by Maria Cook, 76 Chantry Heath Crescent.
5/610/1 [1994] Notes re. Knowle Hall by Jean PowrieFor National Archeology Day
5/611/1 [1994] Newspaper cutting: Henwood MillSolihull Times 21 Jan 1994
5/612/1 [1993] Report from English Heritage on glass window from Milverton HouseWith photograph
5/613/1 Magazine article on Allen Edward Everitt, artist and antiquarian (1824-1882)Cousin of George Everitt of Knowle Hall. Includes his drawings/paintings of Grimshaw Hall; Hillfield Hall; Castle Bromwich Hall Gardens; Old Berry Hall; St Mary's Church and Old Hall, Temple Balsall; Packwood House Gardens
5/614/1 [2000] Correspondence and family tree of Phillips familyEdith and Harry (Dick) Phillips of 63 Mill Lane
5/615/1 [2002] Notes on Judd family, members of Knowle Guild
5/616/1 Notes on Harris family BMDs 1704-1911
5/617/1 Correspondence and memories from Stanley Neal
5/618/1 Notes on Fitter family from Margaret Stokes (nee Fitter)
5/619/1 Notes on Culver and Carter families of Springfield Hall
5/620/1 Notes on Cheshire/Chesshire family
5/621/1 Notes on Chataway family
5/622/1 Notes on Chamberlain family
5/623/1 Notes and family tree of Beaufoy family
5/624/1 Notes on Boultbee family
5/625/1 Notes on Brisker family
5/626/1 Notes on Boston family
5/627/1 Notes on Glover family
5/628/1 Notes on Greswolde family
5/629/1 Notes on Dyke's family
5/630/1 Notes on Eagles family
5/631/1 Notes on Turner/Laxon/Willcox/Maycock familiesPicture of Mary Elizabeth Turner 1868 aged 14
5/632/1 Notes on St Nicholas family
5/633/1 Notes on Satchwell family
5/634/1 Notes on White family
5/635/1 Notes on Dorothy Ward
5/636/1 Notes on Fleetwood Wilson family
5/637/1 Notes on Willcox family
5/638/1 [1984] Programme: Knowle Festival 6-19th May 1984
5/639/1 [1983] Newspaper article on Eastcote Hall
5/639/2 [1984] Newspaper article on Eastcote Hall
5/640/1 Newspaper article on Eastcote Grange c.1980s
5/641/1 Letter from Roy Andrews concerning ancester George AndrewsGeorge Andrews killed in accident at Littlefield (Waterfield) Farm
5/642/1 [2001] Newspaper article on 199 Station RoadPlus advert for 201 Station Road
5/643/1 Notes on ownership of land of Goodmans Shop, Station Road
5/644/1 Notes on Wrenson's Corner
5/645/1 Notes on The Olde House
5/646/1 Notes on Howard Place (Wine Shop/Bonhams), Station Road
5/647/1 Notes on 32-38 Station Road
5/648/1 Notes on 58-68 Station Road
5/649/1 Notes on Hollands Corner
5/650/1 Notes on Victoria Buildings
5/651/1 Letter re Wilsons Corner from Winnie MannersMr Cooper the Blacksmith; Bert Wilson; H C Wilson; Bentley Farm, Mr Taylor
5/652/1 Notes on 'The Laurels', 1637 High Street
5/653/1 Notes on 1659/61 High StreetHogg Robinson/Oxfam and Ellora
5/654/1 Notes on 1663/65 High Street (Greville Court)
5/655/1 Notes on Chester House
5/656/1 Notes on 1667/69 High Street
5/657/1 Notes on Band & Meeks
5/658/1 Notes on Post Office / Fruit Stores
5/659/1 Notes on Kingscote
5/660/1 Notes on 1685/1689 High Street (Brisker Court)
5/661/1 Notes on 1699/1107 High Street (Curtis's Bakery)
5/662/1 Notes on Kenilworth Road (North Side)
5/662/2 Notes on Kenilworth Road (South Side)
5/663/1 Newspaper cutting: sale of 168/170 Kenilworth Road
5/664/1 Notes on The Manor House, Kenilworth Road
5/665/1 Notes on Knowle HallIncluding article on Jean Powrie.
5/665/2 Newspaper cutting: Copy of Painting 'In the Park, Knowle, Warwickshire' by Henry Jutsum (1816-1896)Country Life Oct 8th 1981. Plus accompanying letter.
5/666/1 [2001] Newspaper cutting: Sale of 23 Kixley Lane
5/667/1 Letter re. Horace Houson and 'Lyncroft', Browns Lane
5/668/1 [1996] Newspaper article on Bentley HeathBirmingham Post 22 June 1996.Shows Blyth House, Conker Lane, Millstone in Milton Close, Edna Handley outside original Bentley Heath School, Bob Mudd in Community Hall, Steve Scott, Solihull Riding Club and John Trangmar.
5/669/1 [1988] Notes on Cuttle Pool Farm
5/670/1 [2005] Newspaper cutting: Auction of land at Stripes Hill/Kenilworth Road20 July 2005
5/671/1 [2004] Letter regarding aircraft landing strip at Mr Burgoyne's field in HeronfieldFrom Malcolm Barratt, 37 Charter Avenue, Coventry
5/672/1 Notes on Rising Sun House, Baker's Lane
5/673/1 [1985] Newspaper article on sale of The Dial House
5/674/1 Newspaper article on Yew Tree Cottage, Warwick Road and tree felling policy
5/675/1 Notes on Lady Byron Lane
5/676/1 Coat of Arms of members of Knowle GuildFrom Dugdale's Antiquities
5/677/1 Notes on Artillery Cottages, Warwick Road
5/678/1 [1832] Act of Parliament relating to Wilson and Greswolde To establish a Partition between WHBJ Wilson and EMW Greswolde. Lists freeholders and leaseholders in Knowle
5/678/2 [1844] Act of Parliament relating to Wilsons MarriageEnabling Trustees under the Marriage Settlement of WHBJ Wilson to sell Estates mentioned therein
5/679/1 [2009] Notes to accompany photographs on Disc 16/6/1/RICE. Family details
5/680/1 Promotional calender: E Wootton, Universal Supply Stores, Station Road2 copies. Outsized
5/681/1 Postcard : Interior of St Mary's Church, Temple Balsall
5/682/1 [1967] Knowle Operatic & Musical Society - Programme 'Pirates of Penzance' 1967Advertisements
5/683/1 [1968] Knowle Operatic & Musical Society - Programme 'The Mikado' 1968Advertisements
5/684/1 Illustrated Newspaper Cutting: Knowle Operatic Society 'Gondoliers'
5/684/2 Illustrated Newspaper Cutting: Knowle Operatic Society 'Gondoliers'Janita Moulder, George Thorpe, Elizabeth Rickell, Rosemary Currall
5/685/1 [1967] Illustrated Newspaper Cutting: Knowle Operatic Society 'Pirates of Penzance'; 1967
5/686/1 [1967] Newspaper Cutting: Knowle Operatic Society. Loss of Costumes and offer by police
5/687/1 Illustrated Newspaper Cutting: Knowle Operatic Society 'Patience'
5/688/1 [1967] Illustrated Newspaper Cutting: Knowle Operatic Society. Concert Nov 1967Solihull News 11 Nov 1967
5/689/1 [1970] Newspaper Cutting: Knowle Operatic Society 'Iolanthe' . 1970Solihull News 28 Mar 1970
5/690/1 [1967] Knowle Operatic & Musical Society - Cast list 'Faust' and 'Trial by Jury'
5/691/1 [1970] Signed programme :Presentation of Charter to Rotary Club of Knowle & Dorridge 9 Nov.1970Lists Founder Members and professions
5/692/1 [2009] Programme: Knowle Fun Run 10 May 2009
5/693/2 [2009] Knowle Park Festival Programme 20 June 2009Advertising
5/694/1 [1911] Census return for Packwood HouseAlfred & Emily Ash
5/695/1 [2009] The Knowle & Dorridge Directory March 2009Advertising & Community News
5/696/1 [2009] Notes on Knowle Cinema and Solihull Cinema
5/697/1 [2009] Magazine Article on Knowle & DorridgeWarwickshire Life May 2009
5/698/1 [1951] Programme: Tudor Cinema, Knowle Oct 1951Bought on ebay for £1 by Hugh Wright formerly of 41 Milverton Road
5/699/1 Notes on Aylesbury House and its Family
5/700/1 Notes on Knowle Manor from National ArchivesRef: 796/148-171 (1638-1766). Also mentions: Lord Brooke; Feild; Noel; Sanders; J Symonds; Busbee; Eglionby; Dadley; Wheigham; Harborne; Taylor; Lawton; Wilson; Francis Bente; Norton; Smyth; Westcoate; Bridges; Hunte; Holbroke; Eade; Martin; Perkins; Bake
5/701/1 Expanded History of Dorridge
5/702/1 Correspondence re. Thomas H Truelove, Coal MerchantCorrespondence with Mick Shearman of Kent who found a photo of Thomas Truelove.
5/703/1 [2010] Knowle Village Centre - Development Proposal
5/703/2 [2010] Knowle Village Centre DevelopmentPublic Exhibition Invitation 15/16 Jan 2010
5/703/3 [2010] Knowle Village Centre -St Johns Close DevelopmentPublic meeting 5 Mar 2010
5/704/1 [2010] Article from Parish Magazine on new Covent GardenPaul Taylor Greengrocer
5/705/1 [1963] Newspaper report of murder in Friday LaneTimes online 11 March1963
5/706/1 Notes on Hasluck Family of Jobs Close
5/707/1 [1968] Warwickshire Farmer March 1968Magazine of the National Farmers' Union. Contains pictures of past presidents. History of Knowle and Solihull Branch.
5/707/2 [1969] Warwickshire Farmer Sept 1969Magazine of the National Farmers' Union
5/707/3 [1970] Warwickshire Farmer Aug 1970Magazine of the National Farmers' Union
5/707/4 [1970] Warwickshire Farmer Dec 1970Magazine of the National Farmers' Union
5/707/5 [1971] Warwickshire Farmer Jan 1971Magazine of the National Farmers' Union
5/707/6 [1971] Warwickshire Farmer May 1971Magazine of the National Farmers' Union
5/707/7 [1971] Warwickshire Farmer July 1971Magazine of the National Farmers' Union
5/707/8 [1971] Warwickshire Farmer Dec 1971Magazine of the National Farmers' Union
5/707/9 [1973] Warwickshire Farmer Jan 1973Magazine of the National Farmers' Union
5/707/10 [1978] Warwickshire Farmer May 1978Magazine of the National Farmers' Union
5/707/11 [1978] Warwickshire Farmer Aug 1978Magazine of the National Farmers' Union
5/707/12 [1982] Warwickshire Farmer Jan 1982Magazine of the National Farmers' Union
5/708/1 [1979] Service of Thanksgiving of the 1st Knowle Scout Group - 70th Anniversary 1979Knowle Parish Church, 6 May 1979
5/708/2 [1984] Scouts Re-Union Dinner - 75th Anniversary 1984Red Lion, 26 May 1984
5/708/3 [1984] 1st Knowle Scouts - 75th Reunion Dinner Programme 26 May 1984
5/708/4 [1984] 1st Knowle Scouts - 75th Reunion Dinner Letter
5/709/1 [1948] Agricultural Wages Act 1948
5/710/1 [1966] NFU Knowle & Solihull Branch Programme 1966
5/711/1 [1987] Rotary Club of Knowle & Dorridge - list of members 1986/740 members with professions and addresses
BRAGG, JOHNSON, LYONS, TALLIS, THACKER, WHATLEY
5/712/1 [1934] Ticket for 1st Knowle Boy Scouts Dinner at Knowle Hall 7 August 1934 Originally owned by Horace Everitt
5/712/2 [1938] Magazine: The Rovers World April 1938 Originally owned by Horace Everitt
5/712/3 [1938] Magazine: The Rovers World June 1938Originally owned by Horace Everitt
5/712/4 [1957] Booklet: Scouting on the Bear Trail. A history of Warwickshire Scouts 1907-1957Originally owned by Horace Everitt. Includes item on Knowle Scouts and picture of 1st Knowle Troop at Peace Celebration 1919
5/712/5 [1957] Booklet: No Mean Achievement. The Story of Packington Park Camp 1957 by Roger Burdett WilsonOriginally owned by Horace Everitt
5/712/6 Booklet: Camping StandardsOriginally owned by Horace Everitt
5/712/7 Booklet: Rover Quests in Practice. The Boy Scout AssociationOriginally owned by Horace Everitt
5/712/8 [1934] Booklet: First Steps in Scouting 1934Originally owned by Horace Everitt
5/712/9 [1943] Booklet: Prayers for use in the Brotherhood of ScoutsOriginally owned by Horace Everitt
5/712/10 [1957] Booklet: Portrait of B.P.by Jack CoxOriginally owned by Horace Everitt
5/712/11 [1937] The Scout Magazine 21 August 1937Originally owned by Horace Everitt
5/713/1 [1981] Newspaper picture of Knowle Pageant 1981 and ticketShowing Joe Norris, Joan Lovell, Michelle Parker and Joanna Wilkes
5/714/1 [2010] Programme Knowle Fun Run 16-May-10
5/715/1 [2010] Programme Fesitval in the Park16-May-10
5/716/1 [1863] Letters from Copt Heath School 1862-1863Letters home from William and Thomas Reading at Copt Heath School
5/717/1 [1872] Ceremonial to be Observed at the laying of the Foundation Stone of the Middle Class Idiot Asylum at Knowle 2 May 1872
5/718/1 [2000] Solihull Street AtlasA-Z of roads in Solihull
5/719/1 Part of Ration Book in the name of The Rt Hon The Viscount AstorReturned to donor in 2019.
5/719/2 Part of Ration Book in the name of Nancy Langhorne AstorReturned to donor in 2019.
5/719/3 Part of Ration Book in the name of HRH Princess Royal - VictoriaReturned to donor in 2019.
5/720/1 [1917] Newspaper - Sunday Pictorial 22 Jul 1917Wartime investiture of 32 VCs
5/721/1 [1926] Newspaper - British Gazette 12 May 1926General Strike
5/722/1 [1969] Newspaper - The Guardian 20 Jul 1969Landing on the moon
5/723/1 [1969] Newspaper - The Scotsman 30 Jul 1969First pictures from the moon
5/724/1 [1989] The Rotary Club Of Knowle and Dorridge - Community Service Committee Meeting Minutes 20 Oct 1989
5/725/1 [1984] 1st Knowle Scouts - AGM 3 May 1984 Agenda
5/725/2 [1985] 1st Knowle Scouts - AGM 2 May 1985 Agenda
5/726/1 [1985] Jobs Close OPH Management Committee Minutes 16 Oct 1985
5/727/1 [1968] Arden High School Association - appointment of bankers formSigned by: Robert Grey and Ernest Claydon
5/727/2 [1973] Arden High School Association - cheque made out to Ardenvale Tours
5/728/1 [1942] Copy of ration book in name of Patricia BurtonFound in chimney at Copt Heath Farm by new owners Mr & Mrs Pemberton 2010
5/728/2 [1942] Copy of ration book in name of Sarah Jane BurtonFound in chimney at Copt Heath Farm by new owners Mr & Mrs Pemberton 2010
5/728/3 [1942] Letter found at Copt Heath Farm addressed to PatFound in chimney at Copt Heath Farm by new owners Mr & Mrs Pemberton 2010
5/728/4 RAF shoulder EagleFound in chimney at Copt Heath Farm by new owners Mr & Mrs Pemberton 2010
5/728/5 Christmas cardFound in chimney at Copt Heath Farm by new owners Mr & Mrs Pemberton 2010
5/728/6 Birmingham Co-Operative Society Membership CardIn name of Sarah J Burton
5/729/1 [1939] Application for Electricity Supply - 25 Kenilworth RoadCity of Birmingham Electric Supply Department
5/729/2 [1939] Order to Carry Out Electrical Installation - 25 Kenilworth RoadThe Lamco Electric
5/729/3 [1944] Telegram from Bill Hollis, overseas to Mrs Hollis, 25 Kenilworth Road
5/729/4 [1947] Bill from H Bateman, Monumental Sculptor to Mrs Hollis
5/730/1 [2010] Notes on Jobs Close house and Hasluck family
5/731/1 [1937] Programme of 'Victorian Regina'Performed at Lyric Theatre, London 21 June 1937
5/732/1 [1893] Newspaper Special Edition - Royal Wedding of Prince George and Mary of Teck 1893
5/733/1 [1901] 'The Graphic' Special Edition - The Life of HM The Queen 1901
5/734/1 [1901] 'The Sphere' Special Edition - The Accession of Kind Edward VII
5/735/1 [1901] 'The Graphic' Special Edition - Funeral of Queen Victoria 1901
5/736/1 [1911] 'The Sphere' Special Edition - Preparing for the Coronation of King George VI
5/736/2 [1911] 'The Sphere' Special Edition - Coronation of King George VI
5/737/1 [1935] Daily Telegraph Supplement - Weddings in the Royal Family
5/738/1 [1935] Daily Telegraph Supplement - Investiture of The Prince of Wales (Duke of Windsor)
5/739/1 [1935] Daily Telegraph Supplement - Silver Jubilee - King George VI
5/740/1 [1987] A Brief History of Knowle Nature Reserve
5/741/1 [2010] Invoice from Knowle Decorating & Buildings Supplies
5/742/1 [2011] Notes on Glover family
5/743/1 [1894] Announcement of death of J H Kimbell - BMJ
5/744/1 [1897] Announcement of death of T Bell Fletcher - BMJ
5/745/1 [1869] Proposal of Idiot Asylum for the Midland Counties - BMJ
5/746/1 [2011] Notes on Guy Fleetwood WilsonFrom auction details of medal sale
5/747/1 [2011] Village Hall 50th Anniversary Celebrations 9 Apr 2011Various documents and thumbnail photos from day's events. Revels, Friends In Retirement, Dell Farm Quilters, Strolling Players. Knowle Flower Club
5/747/2 [2011] Knowle Village Hall 1951-201150th Anniversary booklet
5/748/1 [1922] Wrench family agreement Re. intestate death of James S Wrench in WWI
5/749/1 [1891] Copies from a Lindon family BibleLists B,M & D of Lindon family of Knowle
5/750/1 [1919] History of 1st Guide Company 1919-1930Guide Leaders, P Davy, D Hill, L Smith, E Wootton, M Willis, D Mellor, D Freeman
5/750/2 [1944] Knowle 1st Scout Company Membership 1944-1979Names and addresses of scouts
5/751/1 [1977] Parish Magazine June 1977Silver Jubilee Celebrations
5/752/1 [2011] Programme Knowle Fun Run 2011
5/753/1 [1920] Ist Knowle Scout Troup List of members
5/753/2 Ist Knowle Scout Troup - Scouts Social Camp undated
5/753/3 [1932] Letter from Canon Downing to ? WilsonMentions scouts
5/753/4 [1936] Ist Knowle Scout Troup List of members
5/753/5 [1956] Programme: Solihull Boy Scouts Rally & FeteMalvern Park 9 June 1956
5/753/6 [1960] Ist Knowle Scout Troup List of members
5/753/7 [1961] Ist Knowle Scout Troup Event Card 1961
5/753/8 [1964] Ist Knowle Scout Troup Social Sub Committee members
5/753/9 [1965] Programme : 1st Knowle Scouts Grand FeteLandsdowne, Knowle 22 May 1965
5/753/10 [1972] Memorial Service Sheet: Jack Harper Boyden, Scout Master
5/753/11 [1975] Programme: 1st Knowle Scouts Grand FeteBatts Hall, Knowle 6 Sep 1975
5/753/12 [1976] Ist Knowle Scout Troup AGM Agenda
5/753/13 [1977] Ist Knowle Scout Troup: Programme of Events
5/753/14 [1979] Ist Knowle Scout Troup: Service of Thanksgiving 70th Anniversary
5/753/15 [1984] Ist Knowle Scout Troup: Accounts 1984
5/754/1 [2011] Waitrose Revised Plans for Knowle Village Centre
5/755/1 [2011] Barging Through Time. The Changing History of Warwickshire Canals
5/756/1 [1970] The Interim Rotary Club of Knowle & Dorridge - dinner 29 Jun 1970
5/757/1 Street map of Solihull
5/758/1 AA Route Map Knowle to Torquay
5/758/2 AA Route Map Torquay to Knowle
5/759/1 Map of KnowleAdvert of front - Lander & Son, Dairy
5/760/1 [1927] Medical CardDorothy Humphreys nee Haycock, Bakers Lane
5/760/2 National Identity CardDorothy Humphreys nee Haycock, Bakers Lane
5/760/3 [1944] National Health and Pensions Insurance CardDorothy Humphreys nee Haycock, Bakers Lane
5/760/4 [1949] National Insurance CardDorothy Humphreys nee Haycock, Bakers Lane
5/760/5 Priority Docket for Utility MattressDorothy Humphreys nee Haycock, Bakers Lane
5/760/6 [1946] Letter from War Office accompanying photographs of Gunner Haycock's grave in Italy
5/760/7 [1965] Letter from Commonwealth War Graves Commission giving details of location of Gunner Haycock's GraveWith franked envelope
5/760/8 [1944] Telegram confirmatory copy to Mr & Mrs Humphries, Bakers LaneDorridge PO, with envelope
5/760/9 [1944] Telegram confirmatory copy to Mr & Mrs Humphries, Slater RoadDorridge PO, with envelope
5/760/10 [1942] Letter from Gunner A Haycock to Miss D HaycockWith stamped envelope
5/761/1 [1981] Eva Woottons Will
5/762/1 Various WI documents 1920 onwards
5/763/1 [2011] Revised proposals for Knowle Village CentreKimberley Developments
5/764/1 Notes on Knowle Enclosure 1815
5/764/2 Notes to accompany 1817 Enclosure Map
5/765/1 Newspaper Report on Dorridge & District Horticultural Show c 1975Hollis family
5/766/1 Unidentified press cutting showing Sydney BrysonAlso Karen Bryson and Mrs M and J H Moorcroft
5/767/1 [1940] Newspaper Report on funeral of Frank Impey of Copt Heath HouseThe Herald 2 Mar 1940
5/768/1 [1807] Newspaper Report of Bankrupt Richard SowleyHereford Journal 1 Aug 1807
5/769/1 [1806] Newspaper Death notification - Catherine DadleyNorthampton Mercury 29 Mar 1806
5/769/2 [1806] Newspaper Marriage notification - Miss Elizabeth DadleyNorthampton Mercury 7 Jun 1806
5/770/1 [1895] Newspaper Report of Court Proceedings against Albert Reece JacksonB'ham Daily Post 23 Mar 1895
5/771/1 [1812] Newspaper Marriage notification - Miss Cattell of Knowle HallNorthampton Mercury 25 Jan 1812
5/772/1 [1895] Newspaper Report of death of Violet Iris Greaves aged 3 of Waterfield FarmBham Daily Post 23 Mar 1895
5/773/1 [2010] Knowle Green Community Project - A Public Consultation
5/774/1 [2012] Diamond Jubilee CelebrationsMini Kings Queens Competition Advert
5/774/2 [2012] Diamond Knowle ProgrammeKnockout Knowle, Garden Party, Church Service, Street Fair
5/774/3 [2012] Diamond Knowle Street Party Stallholders
5/774/4 [2012] Diamond Knowle Street Party Stallholders siting
5/774/5 [2012] Diamond Knowle Street Party Entertainments
5/774/6 [2012] Diamond Knowle leafletYour Guide to Jubilee Events 2nd-4th June 2012
5/774/7 [2012] Diamond Knowle stall plan
5/775/1 [2012] Any Questions?Radio 4 Broadcast from Arden Academy 17 Feb 2012
5/775/2 [2012] Any Questions? Flyer and ticket details
5/776/1 [2012] Knowle Fun Run Programme13th May 2012
5/777/1 [2000] Newspaper Feature on Knowle 2000 Celebrations Solihull News
5/778/1 [1953] Pop-up Coronation Carriage ProcessionOn Permanent loan from Peter & Betty Ewin
5/778/2 [1993] Radio Times Coronation 40th Anniversary Souvenir IssueOn Permanent loan from Peter & Betty Ewin
5/778/3 [2012] Radio Times Golden Jubilee Souvenir IssueOn Permanent loan from Peter & Betty Ewin
5/779/1 [2012] Letter to Medal News magazine from David Gimes Notes wartime heroes buried in Knowle churchyard
5/780/1 [2012] 50 Years of Knowle Society 1962-2012. A glimpse into the past
5/781/1 [1988] Letter to Gill Morgan from pupils at Knowle Primary School who played football at WembleyWragg, Hendry, Barrett, Coggan, Collison, Porter, Hudson, Gavin ?
5/782/1 [1918] Handbook on Canals with maps
5/783/1 Pages from the Register of the Guild of St Anne4 pages
5/784/1 [1917] Newspaper Report - Sgt J Johnson award of Decoration Militaire (Belgium)The Midland Daily Telegraph 25 Sep 1917
5/785/1 [1975] Knowle Institute Management Committee Minutes 22.7.1975
5/785/2 [1974] Knowle Institute Accounts 31.12.1974
5/785/3 [1983] Knowle Institute Management Committee Minutes 4.3.1983
5/785/4 [1982] Knowle Institute Accounts 31.12.1974
5/785/5 [1982] Knowle Institute AGM Minutes 29.1.1982
5/786/1 [1977] Curtis's Electrical InvoiceTo Hasker and Hall re. Downing Hall
5/787/1 [2011] Article re new citizens in USADon & Holly Doble of Knowle - Boston Globe 15/4/2011
5/788/1 [1977] Knowle By-Pass Protest Committee documents, Solihull & WMCC Transport Plans, Report of Advisory Committee on Trunk Road Assessment.
5/789/1 [2013] Hinman Family details1729-1848
5/790/1 [2013] Jack Slater memoriesSupplied by Diane Slater
5/791/1 [2013] Knowle Fun Run Programme12th May 2013
5/792/1 Knowle By-Pass Protest Committee Reportc 1960s
5/793/1 [1957] Newpaper report of Revels' Pantomime - Robinson Crusoe'The News (Solihull) 26.1.1957
5/794/1 Telephone Dialling Codes from Knowle
5/795/1 Wychwood Club Newsletter No 2Chairman Howard Gunstone
5/796/1 [1980] Newspaper article Knowle Carnival 1980 with picturesPictured are: Geoffrey Phillips, Sharon Bayley, Jonathan Holweger, Ian Reid, Paul and David Howes, Thomas Heaps, PC Keeling, Melanie Blackshaw, Susie Thompstone, Elizabeth Anderson, Carolyne Tophamk and David Smith.
5/797/1 [2011] Booklet on Local Elections and Referendum
5/798/1 [2013] Notes on Bates familyJohn and Joan
5/799/1 [1964] Newspaper report on Knowle Society meeting decision to preserve historic Knowle buildings plus photograph of committee membersSolihull News 17.10.1964, Shows Mr Gaukroger, Dr Bower, Mr Goddard, Mr Furniss, Mrs Atherton, Miss Wootton, Miss Woodward, Miss Adams, Mrs Fischer
5/800/1 [1953] Warwickshire Coronation Pageant Plus supplement
5/801/1 [1939] Newspaper photos of White Swan and plans for new store on site
5/802/1 [1762] Will of William Shakespeare of Knowle HallDated 16.4.1762
5/803/1 [2013] Newspaper cutting of Knowle FC U13s open bus tour
5/804/1 [1965] The Arden Club - the first 85 years 1880-1965
5/805/1 [2013] Programme - Dorridge Day 8th Sept 2013
5/806/1 [1963] Newspaper article on train crash at Dorridge station 15.8.1963Solihull News 30.8.2013
5/807/1 [1993] Letter from English Heritage re Milverton glass
5/808/1 [2013] The Waters about the Cuttle Brook near Temple Balsall, WarwickshireResearched by John Brace
5/809/1 [1886] Rules for inmates at Cottage Homes
5/810/1 Newspaper cutting re Michael Harrison's forthcoming book The Price a Parish Paid
5/811/1 [1995] A Walk around Wartime Knowle
5/812/1 The GI 'Occupation of Knowle'Parish Magazine article
5/813/1 Knowle WalksKnowle Society Walks
5/814/1 [1918] Invoice from Midland Counties Institution
5/814/2 [1924] Invoice from Knowle Motor Company for petrol and carrier - Mrs Thompson
5/814/3 [1919] Ministry of Food National Ration Book - Horace Thompson
5/814/4 Ministry of Food National Ration Book - Miss Thompson
5/814/5 Ministry of Food National Ration Book - Thompson
5/814/6 Ministry of Food National Ration Book - Thompson
5/814/7 [1918] Solihull Rural District - Local Food Committee Ration Card - George Thompson
5/814/8 [1915] National Registration Card - Caroline T Thompson
5/814/9 [1915] National Registration Card - George L Thompson
5/814/10 [1915] National Registration Card - G A Thompson
5/814/11 [1919] Discharge Certificate - Horace Thompson
5/814/12 [1914] War Badge award to Horace Thompson
5/814/13 [1962] Rates Receipt - 152 Station Rd
5/814/14 [1910] Letter to Gladys Thompson from her brother George, stationed in Scotland in envelope
5/814/15 [1919] Letter to Gladys Thompson from 'Charlie' in envelope
5/814/16 Letter to Canon Downing. Informing him of the death of L/Cps Bird and Thompson in envelope
5/814/17 [1909] Various wedding 'calling cards' and other items from Thompson collection
5/814/18 [1910] Various business documents - Thompsons
5/814/19 [1901] Index from Thompson Ledger 1/160/1/THOM/1901
5/815/1 [1984] Newspaper Article: Knowle WISolihull News: 27.7.1984. Photo of Jennie Evans & Marjorie Blackburn
5/815/2 [1933] Documents concerning the aquisition and use of the WI hut, Station Road1933-1968
5/816/1 [1930] Newspaper article: Spirit of Warwickshire PageantDaily Sketch 16.7.1930. Shows Lady Reynolds of Lansdowne
5/817/1 [2013] Knowle Christmas Lights Switch on AdvertisementThe Observer 21.11.2013
5/818/1 [2013] Parking Ticket issued first day of Pay and Display system 06.11.2013
5/819/1 [1962] Solihull & District Directory ExtractLists High Street Properties
5/820/1 [2014] Knowle Ecclesiastical Boundary
5/821/1 The Great War Certificate - William M Bromwich
5/822/1 [1957] Various documents re. Jobs Close 1957-1969
5/822/2 [1957] Opening of Jobs Close: Souvenir Programme
5/822/3 Jobs Close ProspectusApprox 1990s
5/823/1 [2014] Knowle Fun Run Booklet 2014
5/824/1 [2014] Smoode Coffee Shop flyer
5/825/1 [1914] Extract from 'Life in Knowle' by Wilfred Whitehouse3 sheets
5/826/1 [1940] Calendar, Blotter and Year BookDavy Collection
5/826/2 Advert for West View Preparatory School, Station Road, KnowleDavy Collection
5/826/3 Advert for Bridge Cafe, HeronfieldDavy Collection
5/826/4 [1956] Programme - Revels Pantomime 'Humpty Dumpty'Davy Collection
5/826/5 [1962] Royal visit to Solihull - draft invitation list and day's scheduleDavy Collection
5/826/6 [1954] Programme - Charter Day Borough of SolihullDavy Collection
5/826/7 [1936] The Story of The Parish Church of St Alphege, SolihullDavy Collection
5/826/8 [1947] Solihull UDC - Local Election Communication Knowle WardDavy Collection
5/826/9 'What is the Home Guard'Davy Collection
5/827/1 [2014] Publicity leaflet for Gillian Wesley Design and the Catwalk Cafe
5/828/1 [2014] Solihull Brickworks - NotesBy Edna Handley
5/828/2 [2014] The Palmer Charity School, Solihull -NotesBy Edna Handley
5/829/1 [2014] Newspaper Advertisement – The Observer 24 July 2014Viola Coffee, Blow Hair, Blowkes Barbers, Francesco Hair, Thiry One Kitchens, Zebra Kids, Tirebuck, Knowle Goldsmiths, The Shoe Box, Ripples
5/830/1 [1895] Newspaper Report of Murder and Suicide. Violet Greaves and Bridget GavinWorcester Journal 30 Mar 1895
5/830/2 [1895] Newspaper Report of Murder and Suicide. Violet Greaves and Bridget GavinBham Post 23 Mar 1895
5/831/1 [1873] Newspaper Report of death of Henry Bate at Knowle StationBham Post 29 Dec 1873
5/832/1 Article 'Our Village Where Does It Stand'Knowle Parish Magazine approx 1970s
5/833/1 [1985] Newspaper article – Sale of 54 Tilehouse Green LaneSolihull Property Times
5/833/2 [1985] Newspaper article – Sale of 54 Tilehouse Green LaneThe Times 6 Sep 1985
5/834/1 [1917] Aviator's Certificate – Graham Baron Ash
5/835/1 [1954] Borough of Solihull – Charter Day 19794
5/836/1 [2015] Knowle Society Newsletter50 Years 1962-2012
5/837/1 [2014] 'Your piece of history'Historic Royal Palaces Tower of London booklet. Accompanied exhibition poppy
5/838/1 [1955] Knowle Carnival Programme – Revels in Arden
5/839/1 [1953] Poster for K & D Community Association Coronation Carnival Queen Dance19473
5/839/2 [1953] Transcript of a telegram sent to Buckingham Palace on the occasion of the coronation with reply19511
5/840/1 [1959] Newspaper articles - Knowle's new village hall modelThe News 4 Apr 1959
5/840/2 [1959] Newspaper articles - Knowle's new village hallThe News 21 Mar 1959
5/840/3 [1961] Newspaper article - Knowle's Village Hall Opening CeremonyThe News 15 Apr 1961
5/840/4 [1961] Newspaper article - Knowle's Village Hall pictures inside and outsideThe News 15 Apr 1961. Also advertisements for first events at Village Hall
5/841/1 [1952] Newspaper article - AGM Men's Institute
5/842/1 Newspaper cutting - Knowle in the News: Businessmen and the Community
5/843/1 [2014] Magazine Article - Homes & Gardens.Pictures of Brisker Court, Church and Guild House, Kixley Lane and High Street
5/844/1 Family notes - W E Haines
5/844/2 Certificate of Transfer to the Army Reserve
5/844/3 Record of Service
5/844/4 Army Service of Spr W E Haine
5/844/5 Soldier's Release Book16 pp
5/845/1 [2015] Knowle Fun Run Programme 201542141
5/846/1 [1886] Cottage Homes - Rules for inmates
5/847/1 [1933] Newspaper Article and picture of Knowle CE School c. 1933Solihull Times 4 May 2001
5/848/1 Advertising flyer Paterson Court
5/849/1 Berrow Homes - Information for prospective Residents
5/850/1 [2015] Family tree of Beaufoy family of Knowle, Packwood and Barston
5/851/1 [2015] Invitation to exhibition on proposals for land north of Middlefield EstateTaylor Wimpey
5/852/1 [2011] Knowle Society 50 years anniversary calendarPictures by Mike Humphreys
5/853/1 [2015] Everitt family tree
5/854/1 [1919] Article about Everitt divorce case: Picture of Maj. S EverittYorkshire Telegraph & Star 24 Oct 1919
5/855/1 [2015] Notes on the Fletcher family
5/856/1 Newspaper cutting. Chantry Heath Crescent residents' floatBrian Webster, Jane Roberts and Judy Nash
5/857/1 [1921] Letter to Canon Downing from Douglas Blakemore re. memorial tablet in respect of his brother Reginald
5/858/1 Letter to Canon Downing from ? Baulcombe re. memorial in respect of Frank and Frederick Baulcombe
5/859/1 Nix family details
5/860/1 [1900] Newspaper cutting - court report of Emma Maris Hicken being drunk and disorderly and assaulting Sarah HickenFined 40s. Birmingham Post 15 Aug 1900
5/861/1 [2003] 'Remember Walter Cook. The Founder of Knowle Church Warwickshire' by Anthony UptonPaper copy
5/862/1 [1981] Arden School Certificate presented to Richard Ewin to commemorate the wedding of HRH Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer
5/863/1 [1981] Newspaper Article with picture: Knowle Junior School winning general knowledge quizSolihull News March 1981
5/864/1 [2016] Letter from Edna MacGregor re. Wool and Card shop
5/865/1 [2004] Butterfly survey in Knowle 1997-2004
5/866/1 [1997] Limestone Workings in KnowleStella Jarman's notes of conversation with Jack Dicken of Dicken's Farm
5/867/1 [1989] Geology of KnowleStella Jarman's notes of meetings with Prof Fred Shotton
5/868/1 [2016] Knowle Fun Run programme 2016
5/869/1 [1940] Newspaper report of fire at 'The Thatched House, Warwick Road, Copt HeathBirmingham Mail 23 April 1940
5/870/1 [1926] Ledger entry of purchase of gun by Maj. S Everitt for son HoraceDonated by Andy Richardson who has original gun in case.
5/871/1 [1881] Newspaper report of Inquest of William Edgington aged 4 of Bentley HeathBirmingham Post 18 Jun 1881
5/872/1 [1860] Newspaper report of restoration of Knowle ChurchBirmingham Journal July 1860
5/873/1 [2016] Notes on ownership of Longdon Hall
5/874/1 [2016] Dorridge Day programme
5/875/1 [1932] Knowle Felons – Rules and Articles
5/875/2 [1950] Knowle Felons – Rules and Articles
5/875/3 [1937] Knowle Felons – Annual Dinner Menu16 Nov 1937. List of members
5/875/4 [1945] Knowle Felons – Annual Meeting and Dinner Menu 20 Nov 1945. Includes history, speech by J Burman
5/875/5 [1950] Knowle Felons – Annual Meeting and Dinner Menu 21 Nov 1950. List of members
5/875/6 [1960] Knowle Felons – Annual Meeting and Dinner Menu 15 Nov 1960. List of members
5/875/7 [1955] Knowle Felons – Birmingham Municipal Bank book1933-1955 Kings Heath Branch
5/875/8 [1972] Knowle Felons – Birmingham Municipal Bank book1957-1972. Small Heath Branch
5/876/1 [1912] Invitation to opening of St Philip's Church room - Mr & Mrs C T Clarke4655
5/877/1 Poster to raise a civilian force among the men of Knowle
5/877/2 Postcard notification of Public Meeting re formation of Volunteer Force5533
5/878/1 [1919] Peace Celebrations – notification and list of contributors
5/879/1 [1919] Request to subscribe to War memorialCommittee and list of initial contributors
5/880/1 [1913] Black edged card in remembrance of The Married Cricketers of Dorridge
5/881/1 [1912] Invitation from Mrs G Jackson to Mr & Mrs Clarke to opening of the Guild House4438
5/882/1 [1907] Knowle Institute and Rifle Club – Members' Card and programme1907-8
5/882/2 [1908] Knowle Institute and Rifle Club – Members' Card and programme1908-9
5/882/3 [1910] Knowle Institute and Rifle Club – Members' Card and programme1910-11
5/882/4 [1911] Knowle Institute and Rifle Club – Members' Card and programme1911-12
5/882/5 [1912] Knowle Institute and Rifle Club – Members' Card and programme1912-13
5/882/6 [1913] Knowle Institute and Rifle Club – Members' Card and programme1913-14
5/883/1 [1911] List of subscriptions and donations, church roof and repairs fund and donations to extension fund
5/884/1 Service Record of Frank Smitten
5/885/1 [2014] Correspondence between KS Chairman and D Gimes re name of WW1 Exhibition
5/886/1 Cover of “Miniature Views of Knowle”, bromide photographsPublished by W Phillips, The Post Ofice, Knowle
5/887/1 Postcard to Mr Barlow from E Phillips
5/888/1 [1835] Local newspaper cutting of Knowle Venison FeastHeld at the Mermaid - Mr Marshall proprietor
5/889/1 [1928] Newspaper article re plans for by-passThe Sketch 27 Jun 1928
5/890/1 Anonymous notes on wartime airplane crash at KnowleAuthor “PW”
5/891/1 Bi-centenary Charity Bowls Match programme – Ye Olde Knowle Bowling Club v Sports Argus All Stars
5/892/1 [2016] Letter from Knowle Village Hall congratulating KS on Queen's 90th Birthday celebrations
5/893/1 [1945] Letter to schoolchildren from King George VI re end of warDated 8 Jun 1946. Important, has dates on back.
5/894/1 [1937] Magazine picture of the wedding of Adelaide Everitt of Knowle Hall and S ParkerBystander 13 Oct 1937
5/895/1 [1963] Magazine picture and text of the train crash at Knowle and Dorridge StationThe Sphere 24 Aug 1963
5/896/1 [1936] Magazine picture of the wedding of Diana Jefferson of the Manor House and Douglas HalfheadBystander 4 Oct 1936
5/897/1 [1924] Magazine picture of Mrs Grew of Spring Coppice, KnowleThe Tatler 21 Sep 1924. With champion deerhounds
5/898/1 [2017] Knowle Fun Run programme 201742876
5/899/1 [1963] Report on the collision that occurred on 15th August 1963 at Knowle and DorridgeMinistry of Transport. HMSO. On loan from Steve Chaplin
5/900/1 [1893] Newspaper report on trial of Edward Murray RN of Chadwick End FarmObtaining money by false pretence. Northern Daily Telegraph 19 Jan 1893
5/901/1 [1885] Marriage announcement between James Noble Bower and Gertrude Howe5 Feb 1885. John Bull 14 Feb 1885
5/902/1 [1884] Newspaper report on Slander case between Wm Harrison of Uplands, Knowle and Dr PageBolton Evening News 12 Mar 1884
5/902/2 [1884] Newspaper report on Divorce hearing Mr & Mrs Harrison of UplandsNorthern Whig 6 Dec 1884
5/903/1 [1880] Newspaper report of trial of Wm Edward Weale of Knowle Hall Farm for sheep stealingLeamington Courier 10 Jul 1880
5/904/1 [1886] Newspaper report of the opening of Berrow HomesLeamington Courier 23 Oct1886
5/905/1 [1859] Newspaper report of fatal rail accident to George Morris, servant to George MuntzLeamington Courier 25 Jun 1859
5/906/1 [1943] Newspaper report of fatal air crash at Hockley HeathCoventry Evening Telegraph 5 Aug 1943
5/906/2 [1943] Newspaper report of fatal air crash at Hockley HeathBirmingham Mail 3 Aug 1943
5/907/1 [1932] Sheet music 'Somebody Else Took You Out of my Arms'Dorothy Ward picture on front. Outsize
5/908/1 [2017] Cornfield Magazine Shop AdvertisementsMarch 2017. The Ale Room, Glasstower Jewellery, PSL Probate Solicitors
5/909/1 [1792] Warwickshire Hemp & Flax Tax 1792Oxford Journal 22 September 1792
5/910/1 [1989] Will of George F Muntz of Umberslade Park Knowle London Illustrated News 3 September 1898
5/911/1 [1937] Newspaper article re. the German howitzer that stood outside the church being sold for scrap ironNottingham Evening Post 1 October 1937
5/912/1 [1939] Funeral of Capt. Charles Wrighton of DorridgeBirmingham Daily Post 21 August 1939
5/913/1 [2017] Dorridge Day programme 10-Sep-17
5/914/1 Early Chancery Proceedings extractThomas Rule, Richard Bryan - wardens of St. Anne's Chapel. Robert Arnecote, John Spensell and Walter Coke
5/915/1 [1749] Extract from Rev J Wesley's Diary mentioning KnowleThurs 6th November 1749
5/916/1 [1943] Newspaper Report on Wartime airplane crash at Hockley HeathBirmingham Post 5 August 1943
5/917/1 [1911] Enumerator’s Summary Book166 dwellings; population 603
5/918/1 [1921] Newspaper report of commemoration of parish memorial chapel in ChurchWarwick & Warwickshire Advertiser 11 June 1921
5/919/1 Identity card of Thomas Deeman, proprietor of The Wilsons
5/919/2 Wartime Service Record of Thomas Deeman, proprietor of The Wilsons
5/919/3 Newspaper report on Thomas Deeman leaving The Wlsons Arms
5/919/4 Newspaper report on buffet dance at The Wilsons Arms
5/919/5 A Christmas Carol' poem about The Wilsons Arms and Tommy Deeman
5/919/6 Pen and ink sketch of man at pub bar.Thought to be Mr Deeman Snr.
5/920/1 [2018] Newspaper article on the history and sale of the Lordship of the Manor of KnowleSolihull Observer 2 January 18
5/921/1 [1903] Birth certificate of John Wyndham Author of ‘Day of the Triffids’, born in Dorridge
5/922/1 [2018] Programme for production of Treasure Island by Revels Drama Group and Ticket
5/923/1 [1941] Transfer of Cpl F L Hollis from Knowle Ptn to Solihull HQ co.
5/923/2 [1945] Documents on the death and burial in Italy of W/O W H Hollis6 sheets
5/923/3 Memorial to W/O W H Hollis in Knowle Churchyard also Pam Watson nee Hollis2 sheets
5/924/1 Front of Christmas Card of Wool shop, adjacent buiildings and Milverton HouseKnowle Society – Drawn by Erica Martineau
5/925/1 [1907] Card announcing the 'Laying of foundation stone at Chadwick End Institute'16 February 1907. Sent to Mr Clark, Bank House
5/926/1 [1940] Schedule of documents handed to Midland Bank, Pall Mall. SW1 re Sir Guy Fleetwood Wilson06-May-40
5/927/1 Notes on Walter West2 sheets
5/928/1 Notes on Charles Haycock
5/929/1 [1972] Letter to Eva Wootton from Colin Green re. photos for her book
5/930/1 [1944] Notes on airplane crash in Hockley Heath 10 June 1944Researched by Steve Chaplin
5/931/1 [1843] Newspaper Article: Lady in stocks in KnowleWorcester Journal 1.June 1843
5/932/1 [1877] Newspaper Article: Burglary in Alcester, accused traced to KnowleAlcester Chronicle 5 May 1877
5/933/1 [1875] Newspaper Article: Vicar defrauding rail company involving Knowle StationAlcester Chronicle 5 May 1875
5/934/1 [1939] Newspaper Article: Report on floggings instigated by Magistrate Mr Colmore of KnowleBirmingham Mail 18 Feb 1939
5/935/1 [1858] Newspaper Article: Thomas Jones of Knowle vagrant committed to Monmouth GoalPolice Gazette 9 July 1858
5/936/1 [1939] Newspaper Article: Theft of safe at garage in KnowleBirmingham Gazette 4 Jan 1939
5/937/1 [1883] Newspaper Article: Death of Eleanor Grosvenor due to bee stingLeeds Times 18 Aug 1883
5/938/1 [1870] Newspaper Article: Attempt by a nun to escape from Baddesley Clinton conventTralee Chronicle
5/939/1 [2018] Knowle Fun Run programme 201820-May-18
5/940/1 [2018] Dorridge Day programme 201816-Sep-18
5/941/1 [1950] Programme : Spirit of England Revels at Knowle14-20 May 1950. Knowle Community Association
5/942/1 [2018] Documents concerning the refurbishing of the War Memorial
5/943/1 [2019] Knowle Fun Run Programme
5/944/1 [1969] Knowle Festival Programmme17-24 May 1969.
5/945/1 Rules for Knowle and District Building Trade
5/946/1 [1966] Service for dedication of Chapel of St John BaptistOrder of service, dedication in memory of Revd J W Sharp
6/1/1 [1890] Knowle Parish Magazines1890-1900
6/2/1 [1901] Knowle Parish Magazines1901-1910
6/2/2 [1907] Extract re Harvest Festival (November issue)
6/3/1 [1911] Knowle Parish Magazines1911-1920
6/3/2 [1912] Extract re opening of Guild House (March issue)
6/4/1 [1921] Knowle Parish Magazines1921-1930
6/5/1 [1931] Knowle Parish Magazines1931-1940
6/6/1 [1941] Knowle Parish Magazines1941-1950
6/7/1 [1951] Knowle Parish Magazines1951-1960
6/8/1 [1961] Knowle Parish Magazines1961-1970
6/9/1 [1971] Knowle Parish Magazines1971-1980
6/10/1 [1981] Knowle Parish Magazines1981-1990
6/11/1 [1991] Knowle Parish Magazines1991-2010
6/12/1 [2001] Knowle Parish Magazines2001-2010
6/13/1 [2011] Knowle Parish Magazines2011-2020
7/1/1 [1938] Sale brochure: Estate of James & J F Cotterrell decd. (11 lots)Estate of James Cotterrell & John Featherstone Cotterrell dec'd. 11 lots.

Copy of Knowle related parts of 7/283/1

Lot 1: Hillside Cottages, Birmingham Road
Lot 2: Two shops and houses High Street / Lodge Road corner
Lot 3: Dell Farm, High Street
L
7/2/1 [1849] Knowle Hall Estate BrochurePartial copy of 7/7/1

Lot 1 : Farm and cottages
Lot 2 : The Wilsons Arms and farm buildings
Lot 3 : House & garden near The Greswolde Arms
Lot 4 : House, butcher's shop & slaughterhouse (near Berrow Homes)
Lots 5-6
7/3/1 [1868] Site of Bentley Heath School and schoolmaster's houseConveyance: Revd. J. H. Short to Trustees of the Solihull Charity Estates, 1868
7/3/2 [1902] Bentley Heath SchoolConveyance: W. A. Upton to Governors of Solihull United Charities.
7/4/1 [1980] 92/94 Kenilworth Road (Linby Cottage)Sale brochure, 1980.
7/5/1 [1981] The Manor HouseSale brochure, 1981
7/6/1 [1982] Eastcote GrangeSale brochure
7/6/2 [1982] Eastcote GrangeMap
7/6/3 [1982] Eastcote GrangeGrant of Planning Permission
7/7/1 [1982] Knowle Hall (building)Sale brochure 1982.
7/7/2 [1982] Knowle Hall (building)Sale brochure 1982 (with prices)
7/8/1 [1975] Cottagers at Knowle in 1605, based on 1605 surveyAn analysis based on a survey of the Manor of Knowle in 1605. Copied by kind permission of Dr. D. Grey, Univ. of B'ham.

[This record was previously 7/8/2/COTT/1605 with the following similar text but cannot be located physically. Record 7/8/1 did not pre
7/9/1 [1843] Will: Louisa Maria Blyth (dau. of Revd. Thomas Blyth)Will: Louisa Maria Blyth (dau. of Revd. Thomas Blyth), 19th May 1843.
7/10/1 [1845] Will: Elizabeth Blyth (dau. of Revd. Thomas Blyth)Will: Elizabeth Blyth (dau. of Revd. Thomas Blyth), 12th Aug 1845.
7/11/1 [1884] Will: Charles Dethick Blyth (son of Revd. Thomas Blyth)Will: Charles Dethick Blyth (son of Revd. Thomas Blyth), 10th March 1884.
7/12/1 [1887] Knowle Lodge: Abstract of Title of Moore familyMoore family are descendants of Revd. Thomas Blyth. Describes all property, inc. field names from 1849.
7/13/1 [1887] Knowle Lodge: Estate brochureLot 1 Eight cottages & gardens (Malthouse Row,Hampton Rd)
Lot 2 Garden adjoining Wilson Arms (now pub car park)
Lot 3 Land at rear 197-223 Station Road
Lot 4 Land adjacent drive to Washpits Farm
(now St. Lawrence Close)
Lot 5 Land adjace
7/13/2 [1887] Knowle Lodge: Map relating to above (black and white)3rd May 1887. Relates to 7/13/1.
7/13/3 [1887] Knowle Lodge: Map relating to above (colour)3rd May 1887, colour.
7/14/1 [1887] Knowle Lodge: Estate brochureDuplicate of 7/13/1.
Lot 1 Eight cottages & gardens (Malthouse Row,Hampton Rd)
Lot 2 Garden adjoining Wilson Arms (now pub car park)
Lot 3 Land at rear 197-223 Station Road
Lot 4 Land adjacent drive to Washpits Farm
(now St. Lawrence Close
7/15/1 [1887] Knowle Lodge: Conveyance Moore to Bower. (front & back)Major Richard St. Leger Moore and others to Thomas Hubert Bower and others. Plan.
15th July 1887.
7/16/1 [1887] Knowle Lodge: Queries re property by Misses Bower & replies14th November 1887.
7/17/1 [1935] Knowle Lodge: Sale brochure (furniture)19th February 1935.
7/18/1 [1935] Knowle Lodge: Abstract of Title of S H Bower & H J BowerStanley Hatton Bower and Harold James Bower. Describes property fully and events re Blyth and Bower families from 1865 on. Plan.
15th February 1935.
7/19/1 [1936] Knowle Lodge: Sale brochureLot 1 House, gardens, outbuildings, etc. and five enclosures of land.
Lot 2 Piece of garden ground next to Wilson Arms (now pub car park)
23 July 1936.
7/19/2 [1936] Knowle Lodge: Plan relating to above23 July 1936.
7/19/3 [1936] Knowle Lodge: Sale brochureLot 1 House, gardens, outbuildings, etc. and five enclosures of land.
Lot 2 Piece of garden ground next to Wilson Arms (now pub car park)
23rd July 1936.
7/19/4 [1936] Knowle Lodge: Plan relating to above23rd July 1926.
7/20/1 [1955] Knowle Lodge: Abstract of Title S H Bower & supplementalAbstract of Title of Stanley Hatton Bower (1936) and supplemental Abstract of Title (1955) both amended by hand. Describes property fully. Mentions all events re property and Blyth and Bower families from 1865 on. Supplemental abstract includes details
7/21/1 Knowle Lodge: Miscellaneous papers not individually numberedIncludes: schedule of deeds; conveyances by Bower family & miscellaneous family papers; various papers re Bowser Bros.; agreement with Solihull Council re Warwick Road (1960); search applications; planning notifications.
7/22/1 [1899] Sale brochure: Widney Estates(Lots 20-44)(Lovelace estate)ex Earl of Lovelace and Lady Anne Blunt.

Lot 20 : Land on Warwick Road near Sandal's Bridge
Lot 21 : Cottage at Tilehouse Green Lane/Brown's Lane junction
Lots 22-26: Five pieces of land occupying corner between Lady Byron Lane and Brown's Lane, be
7/22/2 [1899] Map relating to 7/22/1 (all lots except No. 27)
7/22/3 [1899] Map relating to 7/22/1 (Lot 27 - Longdon Hall Farm)
7/23/1 [1904] Springfield Hall Estate Sale Brochure 1904, 14 lotsLot 1 : Springfield Hall and grounds
Lot 2 : Five parcels of land bounded by Kenilworth Road, Elvers Green Lane, the canal and Lot 7
Lot 7 : Land known as 'Broom Close' between the canal and Elvers Green Lane and adjoining Lots 2 - 6
Lot 8 : Hall
7/23/2 [1904] Map relating to above (Springfield Hall Estate)Lot 1 and Lot 14
7/23/3 [1904] Map relating to above (Springfield Hall Estate)Lots 2 - 9
7/23/4 [1904] Map relating to above (Springfield Hall Estate)Lots 10 - 13
7/24/1 [1904] Estate of Joseph Gillot, Esq. Deceased - Sale Brochure (part - Lots 25-32)Lot 25 : Land near Copt Heath Wharf on Barston Lane
Lot 26 : Ten closes of land on the Warwick Road at Copt Heath, between Jacobean Lane and Barston Lane, opposite 'Bylythehurst'
Lot 27 : Henwood Hall and 17 enclosures of land, with frontage on Barston La
7/25/1 [1912] Estate of the Late John Gladstone - Sale BrochureSale Brochure 1912, with integral plan of Grimshaw Hall area. 5 Lots.

Lot 1 : Henwood Hall Farm
Lot 2 : Grimshaw Hall and 11 enclosures of land on both sides of Hampton Road
Lot 3 : Eight enclosures of land bounded by Hampton Road and the River Blythe
Lo
7/26/1 [1917] Estate of the Late John Burton - Sale BrochureCopy of 7/138/1

Lot 1 : Rose Farm, Rotton Row
Lot 2 : 'Oak Villas', Rotten Row
Lot 3 : Plot of land near Lot 2, fronting Warwick Road
Lot 4 : Plot of land adjoining Lot 3, fronting Warwick Road
7/27/1 [1918] Sale brochure: The Manor House; land; four cottagesInc. Plan

Lot 1 : Land at rear of the Manor House and Lots 2-5
Lots 2-5 : Four plots of land on canal side of the Manor House, with frontages on Kenilworth Road.
Lot 6 : No. 94 Kenilworth Road and three cottages at rear (now one) No. 92 Kenil
7/28/1 [1918] Knowle Glebe FarmSale Brochure 1918 - 1 lot.
Land and two cottages (now demolished) at Copt Heath
7/29/1 [1919] 'Bentley Croft', Wilsons Corner and Victoria BuildingsSale Brochure 1919. Copy of 7/145/1

Lot 1: 'Bentley Croft', Widney Rd (between Station Rd and Tilehouse Green Lane - Upton
Lot 2: Properties at corner Station Rd/Warwick Rd (s side)
Shop, dwelling house, 2 motor repair shops, garage & petrol
7/30/1 [1919] Copt Heath Estate Brochure. Lot 21Copy of 7/146/1.

Lot 1 : Henwood Greaves Farm and 10 enclosures of land (Solihull side)- Clementson (1,2,5,8)
Lot 2 : Plot of land on corner Warwick Rd/Jacobean Lane (abutting Lot 1) - Clementson (1,2,5,8)
Lots 3-4 : Houses between Jacobean Lane
7/30/2 [1919] Map relating to the above
7/31/1 [1919] Sale Brochure: Two cottages in Lodge Road and a pleck of pasture land
7/32/1 [1920] Sale Brochure: Elvers Green FramWith 14 enclosures of land
7/33/1 [1920] Sale Brochure: Miscellaneous PropertiesCopy of 7/152/1

Lot 1 : 'Hillcrest', Chessetts Wood
Lot 8 : Not Knowle
Lot 9 : Not Knowle
Lot 10 : 'Heronfield Cottage', Warwick Road
Lot 11 : 'Hanworth', Station Road, Knowle
7/34/1 [1920] Sale brochure: The Manor House and four plots of landLot 1 : 'The Manor House'
Lot 2 : Land adjoining Lot 1
Lot 3 : Land at corner of Tilehouse Green Lane and Widney Road (not Widney Manor Road)
Lot 4 : Land adjoining Lot 3
Lot 5 : Land adjoining Lot 4
7/35/1 [1921] Sale of Norton Grange Estate. Lot 7 (called Rotten Row Farm)Copy of 7/160/1

Lot 1: Four cottages in Blue Lake Road
Lot 2: Plot of land, corner Blue Lake Rd/Norton Green Lane
Lot 3: Laburnum Cottage and paddock, Baker's Lane
Lot 4: Norton Grange, with stabling, garage, garden, orchard and two paddocks
Lot 5:
7/35/2 [1921] Map relating to the aboveCopy of 7/160/2
7/36/1 [1921] Estate of Matilda Webb, deceasedCopy of 7/162/1

Lot 1: Three cottages and gardens in High Street - Boldry, Cozens, Galloway
Lot 2: Two houses and gardens in Station Rd - Godson, Sumner
Lot 3: House in Station Rd adjoining Lot 2 - Davis
Lot 4: Cottage in Lodge Road - Turner
Lot 5:
7/37/1 [1923] Stripes Hill HouseCopy of 7/173/1

Lot 1a: Stripes Hill House, pleasure grounds & two paddocks
Lot 1b: Small holding with cottage, garden & three fields
('Maggins')
Lot 2 : Three cottages in Poplar Road [Not copied]
7/38/1 [1923] 'Haldon', Station Road
7/39/1 [1926] Two cottages in Lodge Road
7/40/1 [1927] Estate of Miss Emily Wright Richards, deceasedPlan.
Lot 1 : Arden Lodge, High Street
Lot 2 : Retail shop and dwelling house, High Street (was later Harris Shoes)
7/41/1 [1927] Miscellaneous SalesLot 1: 'Northend Cottages' (estate of Thomas Pendleton)
Lot 2: Cottage, Poplar Rd (estate of Thomas Pendleton)
Lot 3: 'Hill Crest', Chessetts Wood
Lot 4: Four cottages, Poplar Rd (est of Thomas Brierley)
Lot 5: Plot of land, Avenue Rd
Lot 6: Plot of
7/42/1 [1927] Freehold Country propertiesPlan
Lot 7 : Small farm, Bakers Lane
Lots 8-10 : Three plots bounded by Blue Lake Road, Clyde Road and Dorridg Road
7/43/1 [1927] Estate of Thomas Chamberlain, deceased and othersCopy of 7/204/1

Lot 1: 'Woodside Cottages', Tilehouse Green Lane - Aldsworth, Allard, Binley, Brown, Castle, Finch, French, Nason
Lot 2: Pair of houses, Mill Lane, Bentley Heath
Lot 3: Two cottages and land, Mill Lane, Bentley Heath
Lot 4: Pair of ho
7/44/1 [1928] Miscellaneous SalesCopy of 7/208/1

Lot 1: 'Westbourne' and 'Greenbank', Station Rd
Lot 2: Land at Five Ways, Haseley
Lot 3: Plot of land in Lodge Rd
7/45/1 [1928] Estate of John Corbett, deceasedCopy of 7/210/1

Lot 1: 'Greenfield', Station Rd
Lot 2: Plot of land adjoining Lot 1, Station Road
Lot 3: Two cottages in Station Road, near Lodge Rd, adj. Woodbine Cottage
In occuption of Mr. H. Smith and Mrs. Atkins
Lot 4: Shop, High St. In
7/46/1 [1929] Estate of James Edward Fisher, deceasedCopy of 7/216/1
Plan
Lot 1: 'Yarnall House', yard, outbuild'gs & field, Lodge Rd
Lot 2: Two field adjoining Lot 1, Lodge Rd
Lot 3: 'Victoria Cottages', Mill Lane, Bentley Heath
Lot 4: Two houses in Mill Lane, Bentley Heath
Lot 5: House in Mill Lane, Bentl
7/47/1 [1931] Estate of the Late Mr. John EdwardsLot 1: Two cottages, Bentley Heath.
Let to Messrs Woodward and Partridge
Lot 2: Plot of land adjoining Lot 1
Lot 3: Farm buildings and pasture land at Heronfield
7/48/1 [1932] Tilehouse Farm and building land. Lots 7 & 8Copy of 7/228/1
Lot 7: Tilehouse Farm and 7 enclosures
Lot 8: Land corner Station Rd/Grove Rd (opp cricket club)
7/49/1 [1932] Miscellaneous PropertiesCopy of 7/229/1
Lot 3: 'Prop Cottage', Tilehouse Green
Lot 4: 'Silver Birch', Mill Lane
Lot 5: Semi-detached house, Lodge Rd
Lot 6: 'The Wood', Tilehouse Green
7/50/1 [1933] Estate of the Late J. W. RylandPart copy of 7/240/1
Plan
Lot 7: Arden Lodge, High St, Knowle
Lot 8: Shop & dwelling house (Brisker's Shoe Shop)
Lot 9: 'Hanworth', Station Rd.
7/51/1 [1933] 'Haldon', Station Road
7/52/1 [1933] Estates of W. S. Mullard and F. J. Ward, deceasedCopy of 7/241/1
Lot 1: Butcher's shop and dwelling house in High St, adjacent to old chapel
(Mullard's)
Lot 2: Plot of land in Station Rd, Dorridge

(Estate of F J Ward - cataloguing error ???)
7/54/1 [1934] Two enclosures of pasture land at Rotten RowAdjoining 'Oak Villas'
7/55/1 [1934] Miscellaneous PropertiesLot 1 : Kixley Lane Farm and 4 enclosures of land
Lot 2 : Stowe House, High Street
7/55/2 [1934] Plan relating to above
7/56/1 [1934] Longdon Hall and 7 enclosures of landCopy of 7/250/1
In the occupation of Mr. G. Clementson.
Gives historical details of house and manor. Also a note re land to be given up to the Council in order to widen Waste Lane.
7/56/2 [1934] Plan relating to above
7/57/1 [1934] Nine houses in Tilehouse Green Lane
7/58/1 [1935] 70, Widney Road ('Wendover')[This is recorded incorrectly as Widney Manor Road]
7/59/1 [1935] Ivy House, Station Road (Now Bonhams)Copy of 7/254/1
Lot 1 : Ivy House, Station Rd occupied by Mrs. Beasley
Ivy Cottage (adj), occupied by Mrs. Emma Wilcox
[Formerly Phillips then Bonhams)
7/60/1 [1935] Building LandLot 2 : Land fronting on to Waste Lane
Lot 9 : Land at corner of Station Road and Grove Road
7/61/1 [1935] Estate of R. C. Smith, deceasedLot 1 : Cottage in Kenilworth Road, with another cottage at rear
(no. 94 Linby Cottage, and No. 92)
Lot 2 : Land in Hampton Road, divided into 50 allotments

Lot 3 by another direction
7/62/1 [1937] The White SwanMounted on card
7/62/2 [1937] Plan relating to aboveMounted on card
7/63/1 [1937] The White Swan
7/63/2 [1937] Plan relating to above
7/64/1 [1937] By Direction of Wheeler's TrustCopy of 7/269/1
Lot 1: 'The Ferns', Knowle Wood Rd. In occ of Mr Newell
Lot 2: 'Grove Cottages' (adjoining Lot 1)
Let to Messrs Richards, Cassidy & Owen. 3 vacant.
Lot 3: 'The Firs', Station Rd. Let to Solihull Gas Co.
Lot 4: 'Grove Place',
7/65/1 [1937] Nos 9 - 25 Hampton RoadMalthouse Row - 8 cottages
7/66/1 [1937] Two cottages in Waste Lane
7/67/1 [1937] Reynmede Poultry Farm, Copt Heath
7/68/1 [1937] Copt Heath Farm and 12 enclosures of landPlan
7/68/2 [1938] Plan relating to above
7/69/1 [1938] Estate of James Cotterrell and John Featherstone Cotterrell deceasedCopy of 7/283/1
Lot 1: 'Hillside Cottages', Birmingham Rd
Lot 2: 2 shops & dwelling houses, corner High St/Lodge Rd
Lot 3: Dell Farm, High St (adj. Lot 1)
Let to Mrs. Frances Smith. Part of frontage sub-let to H. Bateman, Monume
7/70/1 [1938] Miscellaneous PropertiesLot 4 : Two fields to rear of White Swan
Lot 5 : Land in Grange Road, Dorridge
7/71/1 [1939] 112 - 118 Tilehouse Green Lane
7/72/1 [1939] Heronbrook HouseBakers Lane, with entrance lodge, gardener's cottage and grounds.
7/73/1 [1939] Miscellaneous PropertiesLot 1 : Butcher's shop and dwelling house, High Street (Soden's)
Lot 2 : Tailor's, outfitter's and draper's shop, with dwelling house, Station Road
7/74/1 [1939] Duplicate of 7/73/1
7/75/1 [1940] Agricultural PropertiesPlan
Lot 1 : Norton Green Farm and Old Barn Farm
Lot 2 : 77/79 Lodge Road
7/75/2 [1940] Plan relating to above
7/76/1 [1941] 'Hollin Brow', Grove Road
7/77/1 [1942] Estate of J. E. Chamberlain deceasedMachinery and Tools
7/78/1 [1942] Estate of Mrs. Louisa Woollaston deceasedCopy of 7/330/1
Lot 1 : 1545, Warwick Road ('Blenheim')
Lot 2 : 'Welford Cottage', Chadwick End
7/79/1 [1943] 57 Kenilworth Road ('Kenilworth Lodge')
7/80/1 [1943] Miscellaneous Properties Lots 1 - 9Lot 1: Nos 101 & 103 Widney Road
Lot 2: Freehold building plot, Widney Road (adj Lot 1)
Lot 3: Nos 82 & 84 Mill Lane, Bentley Heath
Lot 4: Nos 187 & 189 Mill Lane, Bentley Heath
Lot 5: Freehold building plot, Lodge Road
Lot 6: No. 83, Longdon Road
Lo
7/81/1 [1943] Estate of the Late Mr.Harry Patterson Lot 1Lot 1: 1640 - 1650 Warwick Rd
7/82/1 [1943] Estate of J. E. Chamberlain deceased. Lots 1 - 3Lot 1: Nos 1659 & 1661 High St. (Payne')
Lot 2: Mill Farm, Bentley Heath Lot 3: 118, Mill Lane, Bentley Heath ('Heathcroft')
7/83/1 [1944] Norton Green House,Norton Green Lane. Plan
7/84/1 [1946] Springfield House
7/84/2 [1946] Map relating to above
7/85/1 [1946] The Elms, Copt Heath
7/86/1 [1946] Lansdowne Estate 5 LotsLot 1: 'Lansdowne', Stripes Hill
Lot 2: 'Maggins'
Lot 3: 'Lansdowne Farm'
Lot 4: 'Greenhill Cottage', Stripes Hill
Lot 5: Two enclosures of land on Warwick Rd., opposite Lansdowne Farm.
7/86/2 [1946] Map relating to 7/86/1/LANS/1946 - Lansdowne Estate
7/87/1 [1946] Copt Heath Farm
7/88/1 [1947] Nos 52 & 54 Tilehouse Green LaneBy direction of the Executors of Edmund Lea deceased
7/89/1 [1947] No 165, Station Road ('The Haven')Estate of Miss Mary Mitchell deceased
7/90/1 [1948] Sale of Nos 1640-1650 (Estate of Mrs A V Ryland)
7/91/1 [1948] No. 96 Mill Lane ('The Bungalow')By direction of Joseph Davis Esq
7/92/1 [1949] No. 124, Station Road (Part of 'Victoria Buildings')
7/93/1 [1949] Newsagent's and Tobacconist's Shop & adjoining Lock-Up shopPlan. Maddocks and adjoining building.
7/94/1 [1949] Nos. 1320 & 1322 Warwick Road, Copt Heath
7/95/1 [1949] Estate of F. Adams deceased. 3 LotsLot 1: Nos. 128 - 134 Lodge Road.
Lot 2: Nos. 21,23 & 29 Lodge Road
Lot 3: Nos 29 - 35 Kenilworth Road.
7/96/1 [1949] Duplicate of Above
7/97/1 [1951] Sale brochure: Yew Tree Cottage and house in Dorridge: Lots 1 & 2Lot 1: Yew Tree Cottage, Copt Heath.
Lot 2: 106, Dorridge Road, Dorridge ('Beech Lawn')
7/98/1 [1951] Miscellaneous Properties Lots 4 - 7Lot 4: Accomodation land in Kixley Lane.
Lot 5: Nos 98,100 & 102 Lodge Road
Lot 6: Nos 82,84,86 & 88 Kenilworth Road
Lot 7: No. 19, Wilsons Road & No. 18, Kenilworth Road.
7/99/1 [1952] No. 1690 Warwick Road (The Old Congregational Chapel)
7/100/1 [1952] Sale brochure: The Manor House
7/101/1 [1952] Nos. 115, 117 & 119 Lodge RoadEstate of J. Ingerthorpe deceased
7/102/1 [1952] Nos 97, 99, 101 & 103 Lodge RoadEstate of J. Ingerthorpe deceased
7/103/1 [1952] Nos 1659 & 1661 High StreetShop and dwelling house and adjoining cottage & garden Shops and cottages next to The Greswolde.
7/104/1 [1953] Miscellaneous Properties Lots 3 and 5Lot 3: Nos 98, 100 & 102 Lodge Road
Lot 5: Freehold building plot, Grange Road, Dorridge
7/105/1 [1953] Grimshaw Hall, Grimshaw Cottage & Grimshaw VillasBy direction of the executors of J. W. Murray deceased. Plan.
7/106/1 [1954] No 1357 Warwick Road, Copt Heath ('Heath Lodge')By direction of Arthur E. Rymond Esq. Plan.
7/107/1 [1954] Building Land at Bentley Heath PlanWidney Rd. opp. section between Tilehouse Green Lane and the shops.
7/108/1 [1955] Sale Brochure: Tilehouse FarmBy direction of V. I. Olliver, Esq.
7/109/1 [1955] Nos. 1678 & 1680 Warwick RoadBy direction of Mrs. B. Mercer.
7/110/1 [1955] Miscellaneous Properties. Lots 3 and 4Lot 3: Nos 105 & 107 Lodge Road (J.R. Ingerthorpe deceased
Lot 4: No. 12, Copt Heath Croft (Harpfield Estate Co Ltd.)
7/111/1 [1956] Nos 1677 & 1679 High Street
7/112/1 [1957] Miscellaneous Properties Lots 2 & 4Lot 2: Haycock Cottage, Bakers Lane.
Lot 4: No. 8 Copt Heath Croft.
7/113/1 [1958] Miscellaneous Properties Lots 4 - 6Lot 4: No. 1925 Warwick Road.
Lot 5: No. 1927 Warwick Road
Lot 6: No. 121 Chessetts Wood Road ('The Woodlands')
7/114/1 [1959] The Old Vicarage
7/115/1 [1960] Nos. 17, 19 & 21 Kenilworth Road. PlanFormerly the Police Station. Sold by direction of Wawrickshire County Council.
7/116/1 [1960] Duplicate of the Above. Plan
7/117/1 Miscellaneous Properties Lots 1,5,6 & 7Lot 1: No. 321 Station Road, Dorridge ('Selworthy')
Lot 5: No. 3 Milverton Road ('Wathen')
Lot 6: No. 2105 Warwick Road, Heronfield ('Centreville') Lot 7: No. 33 Kenilworth Road.
7/118/1 Rotten Row Farm OriginalSale of livestock, deadstock, agricultural implements and machinery.
7/119/1 [1913] Springfield Hall
7/120/1 [1698] Messuage and Land at Bentley HeathCopy of Court Roll. Latin. Surrender by Catherine Ainge. Admission of Andrew Palmer.
7/120/2 [1698] Translation of Above
7/120/3 [1698] Duplicate of 7/120/1
7/120/4 [1698] Duplicate of 7/120/1
7/120/5 [1730] Property at Bentley HeathCopy of Court Roll. Latin.
7/121/1 [1984] Norton Green Farm
7/122/1 [1935] Abstract of Title Map. S. Davy to est. of Wm. Berrow. OrigAbstract of Title of Samuel Davy to most of William Berrow's estate on the south side of Station Road (Warwick Rd. to Corbetts's Fordrough. Also includes Milverton House, Milverton Crescent and Milverton Farm. Earliest date mentioned is 1919.
7/122/2 [1936] No. 1706 Warwick Road ('Endun') OriginalLease. Roberts to Phillips.
7/122/3 [1936] No. 1706 Warwick Road ('Endun') OriginalConveyance. Roberts to Stretton.
7/122/4 [1944] No. 1706 Warwick Road ('Endun') OriginalConveyance. Stretton to Warner.
7/123/1 Schedule of Deeds and WritingsList of 6 deeds re estate and Berrow Cottage Homes Trust. 1850 - 1885.
7/124/1 [1852] Abstract of TitleAbstract of Title of Mr. Godrey Hirst to the estate. Land on south side of Knowle, including Milverton House and land now occupied by Milverton Terrace, also Milverton Farm and land on south side of Station Rd between Warwick Rd and Corbetts Fordrough. Ea
7/125/1 [1852] Conveyance of the Above Estate Hirst to BerrowHirst to Berrow.
7/126/1 [1880] Succession Duty on William Berrow's EstateLists all the property inherited by Miss Sarah Letticia Berrow from her father, together with values, rents, etc.
7/127/1 [1883] Succession Duty on William Berrow's InvestmentsLists investments inherited by Sarah Letticia Berrow from her father on the death of her mother, Mary Jane Berrow.
7/128/1 [1885] Indenture - Berrow Homes Trust Deed. PlanMade between S. L. Berrow, W. H. Freer, T.H. Freer & Canon Howe.
7/129/1 [1885] Indenture - Berrow Homes Trust DeedPhotcopy of handwritten copy of trust deed, with recitals in right margin.
7/130/1 [1891] Letter re Miss Berrow's EstateLetter from Thomas Newton to Miss Berrow re insurance particularly Cluttons) and rents (particularly Milverton Farm)
7/131/1 [1891] Letter re Miss Berrow's EstateLetter from Thomas Newton to Miss Berrow re rents, written after he had bought the estate from her.
7/132/1 [1891] Letter re Clutton's CottageLetter from W. H. Lloyd to Miss Berrow with certificates for builder.
7/133/1 [1891] Invoice re Clutton's CottageInvoice from the Griffin Foundry.
7/134/1 [1891] Final Account for Clutton's Cottage
7/135/1 [1911] Letter from Thomas Tracey to Miss BerrowThomas Tracey's notice to leave Cluttons Cottage. Mentions arrival of the Cluttons and the Traceys' move to the Guild House.
7/136/1 [1914] Extract from Miss Berrow's WillExtracts from will and codicil relating to Berrow Homes.
7/137/1 [1914] Sale brochure: Estate of late John Marston & MortgageesLot 1 : Parkfield Estate (details in separate brochure)
Lot 2 : Dell Farm
Lot 3 : Two fields of old turf opp Knowle Lodge Estate.
Lot 4 : Three enclosures adjoining the Wilson Arms.
Lot 5 : Field of old turf adjoining Lot 4.
Lot 6
7/137/2 [1914] Plan relating to 7/137/1 (attached inside back cover)
7/138/1 [1917] Sale Brochure: Estate of Late John Burton (Rose Farm, Oak Villas, Rotten Row, etc.)Lot 1: Rose Farm, Rotten Row. Let to Sydney Ronald Burton
Lot 2: Oak Villas, Rotten Row (near Lot 1).
Let to Messrs Dawes & Palmer
Lot 3: Plot of adjacent to Lot 2
Lot 4: Plot of adjacent to Lot 3

Map on reverse.
7/139/1 [1917] Sale Brochure: Estate of Late John Marston & othersLot 1: 'The Poplars', outbuildings, orchard & four enclosures of land, (corner Station Rd/Widney Rd)
Lot 2: Field fronting Widney Manor Road, adj. Lot 1
Lot 3: 'Linwood Lodge' & half timbered cottage
(Nos 1621 & 1619 Warwick Rd. resp.)
Lot 4:
7/139/2 [1917] Plan relating to 7/139/1 (attached inside back cover)
7/140/1 [1917] Sale Brochure: Part of Estate of Late H. A. W. Aylesbury EsqLots 1-6: Tidbury Green Farm and land nearby - Taylor
Lot 7 : 'The Lodge', Earlswood Rd. - Earle
Lot 8 : 9 fields of building land Grange Rd/Earlswood Rd - Davies, Cross
Lot 9 : 'Newlyn' & 'Roslyn', Earlswood Rd. - O'Connor, Harris
Lot 10 : Marlpit
7/140/2 [1917] Plan relating to 7/140/1 (Lots 1 - 6)
7/140/3 [1917] Plan relating to 7/140/1 (Lots 7 - 15)
7/141/1 [1918] Sale Brochure: Tilehouse Green Farm. Land corner of Tilehouse Green LaneTwo cottages and 15 enclosures of land at the corner of Waste Lane and Tilehouse Green Lane (south side).
Farm let to Mr. James Knights.

Plan on reverse.
7/142/1 [1918] Sale brochure: Frogmore Lodge, cottages and land at Fen End
7/142/2 [1918] Poster relating to 7/142/1
7/143/1 [1918] Sale brochure: Knowle Glebe Farm. Dir of Queen Anne's BountyTwo cottages and land adjoining Purnell's Brook (south side). In the occupation of Mr. John Dicken. Site of Wychwood Estate. Plan on reverse.
7/144/1 [1918] Sale brochure: Knowle Glebe Farm. Dir of Queen Anne's BountyDuplicate of 7/143/1.
7/145/1 [1919] Sale brochure: Wilsons Corner, Victoria Buildings, etc.Lot 1: 'Bentley Croft', Widney Rd (between Station Rd and Tilehouse Green Lane - Upton
Lot 2: Properties at corner Station Rd/Warwick Rd (s side
Shop, dwelling house, 2 motor repair shops, garage & petrol store. Let to Mr. H. C. Wilson
S
7/146/1 [1919] Sale brochure: Copt Heath Estate (dir of Maj. A. B. Lovekin)Lot 1 : Henwood Greaves Farm and 10 enclosures of land (Solihull side)- Clementson (1,2,5,8)
Lot 2 : Plot of land on corner Warwick Rd/Jacobean Lane (abutting Lot 1) - Clementson (1,2,5,8)
Lots 3-4 : Houses between Jacobean Lane and The Elms driv
7/146/2 [1919] Plan relating to 7/146/1
7/147/1 [1919] Sale brochure: Land and two cottages in Station RoadLot 1: Five enclosures of land in Station Rd (nr Washpits) - Chinn
Lot 2: Two cottages in Station Rd between Lodge Rd and Rookery/St. John's Close - Viners, Batsford
Lot 3: Land fronting Station Road adjoining Lot 1 - Anderson

Plan on reverse.
7/147/2 Plan relating to 7/147/1 (duplicate of plan on reverse)
7/147/3 [1919] Poster relating to 7/147/1
7/148/1 [1920] Poster: Ivy Cottage, Lodge Rd (furniture & effects)
7/149/1 [1920] Poster: Mowing Grass at Copt Heath Golf Club
7/150/1 [1920] Poster: Station Rd (furniture & effects). Est of Wm Harris
7/151/1 [1920] Sale brochure: The Manor House and 3 fields at Tilehouse GnLot 1 : The Manor House, outbuildings pasture & orchard
Lot 2 : Meadow & market ground, orchard & fruit gardens
Lots 3-5: 3 fields at Widney Manor Rd/Tilehouse Green Rd
7/151/2 [1920] Plan relating to 7/151/1 (part only)
7/152/1 [1920] Sale brochure: Heronfield Cottage, house in Station Rd, etc.Lots 1-6: Catherine-de-Barnes, Elmdon Heath & Small Heath
Lot 7 : 'Hillcrest', Chessetts Wood.
Lots 8-9: Lowsonford
Lot 10 : 'Heronfield Cottage', Warwick Rd.
Lot 11 : 'Hanworth', Station Rd.
7/153/1 [1920] Poster: Poplar Rd, Dorridge (furniture & effects)
7/154/1 [1921] Sale brochure: 8 houses in Dorridge (est. of John Smallwood)Lot 1: 'Beech Lawn', Dorridge Rd
Lot 2: 'The Chestnuts', Dorridge Rd
Lot 3: 'Hollyhurst', Gladstone Rd
Lot 4: 'Oakhurst', Gladstone Rd
Lot 5: 'Hillcote', Gladstone Rd
Lot 6: 'Wilvermore', Gladstone Rd
Lot 7: 'Morningside', Granville Rd
Lot 8: 'Ivy
7/155/1 [1921] Sale brochure: 'Brookside', Darley Green (furniture/effects)
7/155/2 [1921] Poster relating to 7/155/1
7/156/1 [1921] Sale brochure: Five cottages in High Street and ground at rearSale of tenement in High Sreeet - Kirby, Stubbs
7/156/2 [1921] Poster relating to 7/156/1
7/157/1 [1921] Sale brochure: The Dorridge (furniture & farming stock)
7/157/2 [1921] Poster relating to 7/157/1
7/158/1 [1921] Poster: Hollies Farm, Bakers Lane (farm stock)
7/159/1 [1921] Poster: 'Haldon', Station Rd (furniture & effects)
7/160/1 [1921] Sale brochure: Norton Grange Estate (dir of G. F. Jackson)Lot 1: Four cottages in Blue Lake Road
Lot 2: Plot of land, corner Blue Lake Rd/Norton Green Lane
Lot 3: Laburnum Cottage and paddock, Baker's Lane
Lot 4: Norton Grange, with stabling, garage, garden, orchard and two paddocks
Lot 5: Field in Norton G
7/160/2 [1921] Plan relating to 7/160/1 (attached inside back cover)
7/160/3 [1921] Plan relating to 7/160/1 (loose, duplicate of 7/160/2)
7/160/4 [1921] Poster relating to 7/160/1
7/161/1 [1921] Poster: Poplar Rd, Dorridge (furniture & effects)
7/162/1 [1921] Sale brochure: Estate of Matilda WebbLot 1: Three cottages and gardens in High Street - Boldry, Cozens, Galloway
Lot 2: Two houses and gardens in Station Rd - Godson, Sumner
Lot 3: House in Station Rd adjoining Lot 2 - Davis
Lot 4: Cottage in Lodge Road - Turner
Lot 5: 'Crown Cottage',
7/162/2 [1921] Poster relating to 7/162/1
7/163/1 [1922] Poster: High Street (furniture, effects & tailor's fittings)
7/164/1 [1922] Sale brochure: Dorridge Farm (50 cattle) Dir of Dr J Hollick
7/165/1 [1922] Sale brochure: Miscellaneous propertiesLots 1-3 : Little Aston, nr. Sutton Coldfield
Lot 4 : Field of old turf nr station, let to Mr Harper
Lots 5-6a: Land in Lovelace Avenue
Lot 7 : Land in Solihull.
7/166/1 [1923] Poster: Off-licence stores, Station Rd (furniture & effects)
7/167/1 [1923] Poster: Hortense House, Netherwood Heath (farming stock)
7/168/1 [1923] Poster: Heronfield Farm (Farming stock)
7/169/1 [1923] Sale brochure: 'Nordene', Station Rd. (furniture & effects)
7/169/2 [1923] Poster relating to 7/169/1
7/170/1 [1923] Poster: 'Broad Oaks', Dorridge Rd (furniture & effects)
7/171/1 [1923] Sale brochure: Land in Manor Road, Bentley Heath. Plan
7/172/1 [1923] Sale brochure: 'Aberfeldie', Gladstone Rd. Plan
7/173/1 [1923] Sale brochure: Stripes Hill House. (Execs of J J B Arter)Lot 1a: Stripes Hill House, pleasure grounds & two paddocks
Lot 1b: Small holding with cottage, garden & three fields
('Maggins')
Lot 2 : Three cottages in Poplar Road
7/173/2 [1923] Plan relating to 7/173/1 (attached inside back cover)
7/174/1 [1923] Sale brochure: 'Ravenscroft', Station Rd (furniture/effects)
7/174/2 [1923] Poster relating to 7/174/1
7/175/1 [1923] Poster: Kings Arms, Heronfield (furniture & stock)
7/176/1 [1923] Poster: Tilehouse Farm (furniture & stock) (Mr F Brown)
7/177/1 [1924] Sale brochure: 'Kingscote' (furniture and effects)Furniture/Effects (Late Mrs. M. E. King)
7/177/2 [1924] Poster relating to 7/177/1
7/178/1 [1924] Poster: Est. of Jos. Fullard. Furniture & effects at Wilson Arms
7/179/1 [1924] Sale brochure: 'The Chestnuts', Dorridge Rd (furniture)
7/179/2 [1924] Poster relating to 7/179/1
7/180/1 [1924] Sale brochure: Frogmore Lodge & one field of turf at Fen End
7/180/2 [1924] Poster relating to 7/180/1
7/181/1 [1924] Sale brochure: 'The Hawthorns', 'Yew Tree Cottage' and landLot 1: 'The Hawthorns', Station Rd, 8 paddocks & bailiff's cottage. In the occupation of Mr. Robert Ibbotson
Lot 2: 'Yew Tree Cottage', Station Rd (formerly 'Highfield Cottage') & one field. Let to Mr. Blundell.
Lot 3: Plot of land in Station Rd, adj
7/182/1 [1924] Poster: 'Chadwick Place', Chadwick End (furniture & effects)
7/183/1 [1924] Poster: Lodge Road (furniture and effects)
7/184/1 [1924] Poster: Rotten Row (furniture & effects) (dir of E Fletcher)
7/185/1 [1924] Poster: Grimshaw Villas (furniture & effects)
7/186/1 [1924] Sale brochure: 'Three Gates', Grove Rd (furniture) (B Lymer)
7/186/2 [1924] Poster relating to 7/186/1
7/187/1 [1924] Sale brochure: Estate of Benjamin Lymer deceasedLot 1: 'Three Gates', Grove Road
Lot 2: Cottage, garden & land, Grove Rd in occ of Mr Payne
Lot 3: Plot of land adjoining Lot 2
Lot 4: Two cottages in Wilson's Road and Kenilworth Road
(NB Kenilworth Rd is No 18) - Allen, White
Lot 5: Three c
7/187/2 [1924] Poster relating to 7/187/1
7/188/1 [1924] Sale brochure: Properties in Station Rd (Est. of Sgt. John Court)Sale of Court Shops, 45-47 Station Rd - Anderson, Baulcombe, Edwards, Fletcher, Lissiman

Lot 1: Two retail shops and dwelling accommodation.
In the occupation of Mr. Lissiman and Mrs. Nix
Lot 2: Two retail shops and dwelling accommodation.
7/188/2 [1924] Poster relating to 7/188/1/CORT/1924Oct 23 1924
7/189/1 [1925] Poster: Lansdowne Farm (stock) (dir of A. D. Wimbush)
7/190/1 [1925] Poster: Yardley Villas, Chessetts Wood (furniture)(F Hall)
7/191/1 [1926] Sale brochure: Earlswood Lodge (farm stock)(dir of F Finny)
7/191/2 [1926] Poster relating to 7/191/1/EARL/1925Apr 17 1926
7/192/1 [1926] Sale brochure: The Warren, Avenue Rd (furniture)
7/193/1 [1926] Sale brochure: The Ards, Dorridge Rd (dir of W E Patterson)Lot 1 : 'The Ards'
Lots 2-4: 3 plots of land corner Dorridge Rd/Blue Lake Rd
7/193/2 [1926] Plan relating to 7/193/1 (attached inside back cover)
7/193/3 [1926] Poster relating to 7/193/1
7/194/1 [1926] Sale brochure: 'Springfield', Norton Green (furniture)
7/195/1 [1926] Sale brochure: 'The Ards', Dorridge Rd (furniture)
7/196/1 [1927] Poster: 'Priory Cottage' (furniture)(estate of Miss Kimbell)
7/197/1 [1927] Sale brochure: 'Hill Crest', Chessetts Wood (furniture)Estate of Thomas Pendleton deceased.
7/197/2 [1927] Poster relating to 7/197/1
7/198/1 [1927] Sale brochure: 'Arden Lodge' & Briskers Shoe Shop. PlanEstate of Miss Emily Wright Richards
7/199/1 [1927] Sale brochure: Packwood Hall Farm, Hockley Heath (stock)
7/200/1 [1927] Sale brochure: 'Northend Cottages', 'Hill Crest' & othersLot 1: 'Northend Cottages' (estate of Thomas Pendleton)
Lot 2: Cottage, Poplar Rd (estate of Thomas Pendleton)
Lot 3: 'Hill Crest', Chessetts Wood
Lot 4: Four cottages, Poplar Rd (est of Thomas Brierley)
Lot 5: Plot of land, Avenue Rd
Lot 6: Plot of
7/200/2 [1927] Poster relating to 7/200/1
7/200/3 [1927] Poster relating to 7/200/1 (Lot 9)
7/201/1 [1927] Sale brochure: Land at Eastcote ('The Wearings') PlanLet to Mr. Guy Jackson
7/202/1 [1927] Sale brochure: 'Heathcroft', Bentley Heath (furniture)Estate of Thomas Chamberlain.
7/202/2 [1927] Poster relating to 7/202/1
7/203/1 [1927] Poster: Baker's Lane (furniture and stock)
7/204/1 [1927] Sale brochure: Estate of Thomas Chamberlain deceasedLot 1: 'Woodside Cottages', Tilehouse Green Lane - Aldsworth, Allard, Binley, Brown, Castle, Finch, French, Nason
Lot 2: Pair of houses, Mill Lane, Bentley Heath
Lot 3: Two cottages and land, Mill Lane, Bentley Heath
Lot 4: Pair of houses, Mill Lane B
7/204/2 [1927] Poster relating to 7/204/1/CHMB/1927 (part)Oct 6 1927. Lots 1 - 5
7/204/3 [1927] Poster relating to 7/204/1/CHMB/1927 (part)Oct 6 1927. Lots 6 - 9
7/205/1 [1927] Poster: Convent Lane, Baddesley Cl. (furniture) (H Chinn)
7/206/1 [1927] Sale brochure: Sedgemere and Cottage, Fen End
7/207/1 [1928] Sale brochure: 'Westlea', Darley Green (furniture)
7/207/2 [1928] Poster relating to 7/207/1
7/208/1 [1928] Sale brochure: Properties in Station Rd and Lodge RdLot 1: 'Westbourne' and 'Greenbank', Station Rd
Lot 2: Land at Five Ways, Haseley
Lot 3: Plot of land in Lodge Rd
7/208/2 [1928] Poster relating to 7/208/1 (Lot 1)
7/209/1 [1928] Poster: 'Westbourne', Station Rd (furniture)
7/210/1 [1928] Sale brochure: Greenfield House, etc (Est of John Corbett)Lot 1: 'Greenfield', Station Rd
Lot 2: Plot of land adjoining Lot 1, Station Road
Lot 3: Two cottages in Station Road, near Lodge Rd, adj. Woodbine Cottage
In occuption of Mr. H. Smith and Mrs. Atkins
Lot 4: Shop, High St. In occupation of Mr.
7/211/1 [1928] Sale brochure: Land at Heronfield and RowingtonLot 1: Small pasture farm in occuption of A. Fielding
Lot 2: 'Haywood Cottage', Rowington
Lot 3: Semi-detached house at Heronfield
7/211/2 [1928] Poster relating to 7/211/1/HERO/1928Jul 12 1928. Edmunds.
7/212/1 [1928] Poster: Station Rd (furniture)
7/213/1 [1929] Poster: Uplands Farm, Chessetts Wood (stock)
7/214/1 [1929] Sale brochure: Norton Green (haulier's stock)
7/215/1 [1929] Sale brochure: Bentley Heath Crossing (furniture)(J Fisher)
7/216/1 [1929] Sale brochure: Estate of J E FisherLot 1: 'Yarnall House', yard, outbuild'gs & field, Lodge Rd
Lot 2: Two field adjoining Lot 1, Lodge Rd
Lot 3: 'Victoria Cottages', Mill Lane, Bentley Heath
Lot 4: Two houses in Mill Lane, Bentley Heath
Lot 5: House in Mill Lane, Bentley Heath
Lot 6: Two f
7/216/2 [1929] Plan relating to 7/216/1 (attached inside back cover)
7/217/1 [1930] Sale brochure: Stripes Hill House (furniture)
7/218/1 [1930] Sale brochure: Re E Dafforn, Execs of F Soden & othersLot 1: 'Moorside', Station Rd, Dorridge, opposite the cricket ground.
Remaining Lots: not Knowle
7/219/1 [1930] Poster: Woodside Cottages, Tilehouse Green Lane (furniture)
7/220/1 [1931] Sale brochure: Estate of Late John EdwardsLot 1: Two cottages, Bentley Heath.
Let to Messrs Woodward and Partridge
Lot 2: Plot of land adjoining Lot 1
Lot 3: Farm buildings and pasture land at Heronfield
Lot 4: 'Field House', garden & paddock adj Lot 3
Lot 5: 'Moorside', Station Rd (
7/220/2 [1931] Plan relating to 7/220/1 (Lots 1-4)(Loose inside back cover)
7/220/3 [1931] Plan relating to 7/220/1 (Lots 5-6)(Loose inside back cover)
7/220/4 [1931] Plan relating to 7/220/1 (Lots 1-4)(Loose inside back cover)
7/220/5 [1931] Plan relating to 7/220/1 (Lots 5-6)(Loose inside back cover)
7/220/6 [1931] Plan relating to 7/220/1 (Lot 5 - 'Moorside')
7/220/7 [1931] Poster relating to 7/220/1
7/221/1 [1931] Sale brochure: Tile Cross Farm (furniture & stock)(A Lander)
7/221/2 [1931] Poster relating to 7/221/1
7/222/1 [1931] Sale brochure: Berry Hall Farm, Solihull (stock)
7/222/2 [1931] Poster relating to 7/222/1
7/223/1 [1931] Poster: The Bank House (furniture & effects) (C T Clarke, dec'd)
7/224/1 [1931] Poster: 'The Firs', Bakers Lane (furniture)
7/225/1 [1932] Poster: Pasture at Knowle Lodge & Chessetts Wood (Col Bower)
7/226/1 [1932] Sale brochure: Milverton Farm (stock) (Mr. G. Taylor)
7/226/2 [1932] Poster relating to 7/226/1
7/227/1 [1932] Sale brochure: Miscellaneous properties in Knowle & DorridgeLot 1: Semi-detached house, Lodge Rd
Lot 2: Semi-detached house, Mill Lane
Lot 3: House, Tilehouse Lane. Let to Mr. Sewell
Lot 4: 'Stonehenge', corner Dorridge Rd/Granville Rd
7/227/2 [1932] Poster relating to 7/227/1
7/228/1 [1932] Sale brochure: Tilehouse Farm (Mr. A. Lander and another)Lot 7: Tilehouse Farm and 7 enclosures
Lot 8: Land corner Station Rd/Grove Rd (opp cricket club)
7/228/2 [1932] Plan relating to 7/228/1 (attached inside back cover)
7/228/3 [1932] Poster relating to 7/228/1
7/229/1 [1932] Sale brochure: 'Prop Cottage', 'Silver Birch' & 'The Wood'Lot 3: 'Prop Cottage', Tilehouse Green
Lot 4: 'Silver Birch', Mill Lane
Lot 5: Semi-detached house, Lodge Rd
Lot 6: 'The Wood', Tilehouse Green
7/229/2 [1932] Poster relating to 7/229/1
7/230/1 [1932] Sale brochure: Properties in High Street & Station Road: Estate of Doris May Wakefield Dec'd.Re Doris May Wakefield deceased.
Lot 1: Four cottages and gardens, High St (near Men's Institute) - Cross, Peach, Stubbs
Lot 2: 'Woodstock' (Cooper) and 'Williscroft' Wood), Station Rd
7/230/2 [1932] Poster relating to 7/230/1
7/231/1 [1932] Poster: The Vicarage (furniture) (Revd. T W Downing dec'd)
7/232/1 [1933] Sale brochure: Properties in Packwood and LapworthEstate of F T Jefferson
Lot 1: Six cottages and gardens ('The Bell Cottages')
Lot 2: Two cottages and gardens ('Drawbridge Cottages')
Lot 3: Packwood Farm, cottages and 12 enclosures
Let to Mr. H. Chesshire
Lot 4: Pasture holding, formerly par
7/232/2 [1933] Plan relating to 7/232/1
7/232/3 [1933] Poster relating to 7/232/1
7/233/1 [1933] Sale brochure: Kixley Farm (stock) (Execs of late H C Smith)
7/233/2 [1933] Poster relating to 7/233/1
7/234/1 [1933] Sale brochure: Furniture sale at Wilson Arms
7/234/2 [1933] Poster relating to 7/234/1
7/235/1 [1933] Sale brochure: Darley Mill and 4 enclosures (W Chamberlain)
7/236/1 [1933] Sale brochure: Properties at LapworthLot 1 : Property at Hall Green
Lots 2-9 : Parcels of land in Chessetts Wood Road
Lot 10 : Uplands Farm & 10 enclosures, Chessetts Wood Rd
Lots 11-13: Cottages in Chessetts Wood Rd
Lots 14-20: Properties at Kings Heath

7/236/2 [1933] Plan relating to 7/236/1 (Lot 10: Uplands Farm) Inside cover
7/237/1 [1933] Sale brochure: Longdon Croft Estate (Execs of Late G F Bull)Lot 1: Longdon Croft, gardens & gardener's cottage.
Lot 2: Parcel of land, Warwick Rd. Adjacent Lot 1
Lot 3: Pair of cottages, Warwick Rd. Near Lot 1
7/237/2 [1933] Plan relating to 7/237/1
7/238/1 [1933] Sale brochure: Red House Farm, Widney Rd (W T Russell dec'd)
7/238/2 [1933] Poster relating to 7/238/1
7/239/1 [1933] Estate brochure: 'Haldon', Station Road
7/239/2 [1933] Poster relating to 7/239/1
7/240/1 [1933] Sale brochure: Arden Lodge, Briskers Shoe Shop & othersLot 1: Two cottages and gardens at Rowington
Lot 2: Land at Rowington
Lot 3: Rowington Mill
Lot 4: The Glebe Farm, Rowington
Lot 5: Plot of land at Fen End
Lot 6: Three fields at Balsall Common
Lot 7: Arden Lodge, High St, Knowle
Lot 8: Shop & dwe
7/240/2 [1933] Plan relating to 7/240/1
7/240/3 [1933] Poster relating to 7/240/1
7/241/1 [1933] Estate brochure: Butcher's shop & house in High St, etc. (Estate of W E Mullard)Lot 1: Butcher's shop and dwelling house in High St, adjacent to old chapel
(Mullard's)
Lot 2: Plot of land in Station Rd, Dorridge

(Estate of F J Ward - cataloguing error ???)
7/241/2 [1933] Estate brochure: Butcher's shop & house in High St, etc.Butcher's shop adj old chapel (Est of W E Mullard)

Duplicate of 7/241/1
7/241/3 [1933] Poster relating to 7/241/1 & 7/241/2
7/242/1 [1934] Poster: Execs of late W Mullard (Outdoor effects)
7/243/1 [1934] Poster: 37 Poplar Rd (Furniture) (Dir of E C Williams)
7/244/1 [1934] Poster: 'Thorndale', Temple Rd (Furniture) (Late F Holland)
7/245/1 [1934] Poster: Furniture sale at Wilson Arms Assembly Room
7/246/1 [1934] Sale brochure: Grimshaw Hall (Agricultural stock)
7/247/1 [1934] Sale brochure: Tilehouse Green Farm (Stock)(F Bayliss)
7/247/2 [1934] Poster relating to 7/247/1
7/248/1 [1934] Sale brochure: Kixley Lane Farm & Stowe HouseLot 1 : Kixley Lane Farm and four enclosures of land
Estate of late J Wilder. In occ of Mr E B Hammond
Lot 2 : Stowe House
Estate of late Miss M L Melson
Lots 3-5: Not Knowle

Plan on reverse
7/249/1 [1934] Sale brochure: Norton Grange (furniture)(Execs of N Godfrey)
7/249/2 [1934] Poster relating to 7/249/1
7/250/1 [1934] Sale brochure: Longdon Hall and 7 enclosures of land. PlanIn the occupation of Mr. G. Clementson.
Gives historical details of house and manor. Also a note re land to be given up to the Council in order to widen Waste Lane.
7/251/1 [1934] Sale brochure: Ryton End Farm, Barston & 25 enclosures
7/252/1 [1934] Poster: Nine houses in Tilehouse Green Lane
7/253/1 [1935] Sale brochure: Glebe Farm (Stock)(Dir of F Symes)
7/254/1 [1935] Sale brochure: 'Ivy House', Station Rd (Dir of Mrs Beasley)Lot 1 : Ivy House, Station Rd occupied by Mrs. Beasley
Ivy Cottage (adj), occupied by Mrs. Emma Wilcox
Lots 2-4: Lapworth, Claverdon and Handsworth

Ivy House later Phillips then Bonhams
7/255/1 [1935] Sale brochure: 'Ivy House', Station RdSale of furniture: Beasley
7/256/1 [1935] Sale brochure: Properties at Chessetts Wood
7/257/1 [1935] Sale brochure: Properties at Chessetts Wood (Dup of 7/256/1)
7/258/1 [1935] Yew Tree Farm, Yew Tree Lane, Solihull (Stock)
7/259/1 [1936] Sale brochure: Properties at Fen End and Meer EndLot 1: Four cottages and gardens, College Lane
Lot 2: House adjoining Lot 1
Lot 3: Small holding ('Ferncroft') at Meer End

Estate of William Worrall deceased.
7/259/2 [1936] Plan relating to 7/259/1 (Loose)
7/260/1 [1936] Sale brochure: Houses at Dorridge (Estate of John Smallwood)Lot 1: 'The Chestnuts', Dorridge Rd. In occ. of W Bolt
Lot 2: 'Beech Lawn', Dorrdige Rd. In occ of Mrs Heinrich
Lot 3: 'Hillcote', Gladstone Rd. In occ of Mr Greensmith
Lot 4: 'Wilvermore', Gladstone Rd. In occ of Mr Pilley
7/261/1 [1936] Poster: Furniture sale at Wilson Arms Assembly Room
7/262/1 [1936] Sale brochure: Properties in Lugtrout Lane (Mrs C Wickes)Lot 1: Cottage, garden and two enclosures of pasture
Lot 2: Land on corner Lugtrout Lane/Tiddetts Lane
7/263/1 [1936] Poster: Estate of H C Smith and other directionsLot 1: Two cottages and gardens, Kenilworth Rd.
Let to Messrs Orcutt and Lane
Lot 2: Field in Hampton Lane, divided into 50 allotments.
On route of Knowle bypass.
Lot 3: 'West Hill', Station Rd, Dorridge.
Lot 4: Land near corner Lugtro
7/263/2 [1936] Poster: Downfield Prep Sch, Station Rd (Furniture)(Freeman)
7/264/1 [1937] Sale brochure: Chadwick End Farm (Stock)(Dir of L E Jones)
7/265/1 [1937] Sale brochure: White Swan Inn and land at rear. Plan
7/266/1 [1937] Sale brochure: Odensil Farm, Solihull. (Stock)(J Barber)
7/267/1 [1937] Sale brochure: Balsall Lodge Farm (Grass/Meadows/Racecourse)
7/267/2 [1937] Poster relating to 7/267/1
7/268/1 [1937] Sale brochure: Chadwick End Farm. Plan on reverse
7/268/2 [1937] Poster relating to 7/268/1
7/269/1 [1937] Sale brochure: Property of Wheeler's Trust (Grove Place etc)Lot 1: 'The Ferns', Knowle Wood Rd. In occ of Mr Newell
Lot 2: 'Grove Cottages' (adjoining Lot 1)
Let to Messrs Richards, Cassidy & Owen. 3 vacant.
Lot 3: 'The Firs', Station Rd. Let to Solihull Gas Co.
Lot 4: 'Grove Place', Station Rd (NB N
7/269/2 [1937] Poster relating to 7/269/1
7/270/1 [1937] Poster: 'Milton', Station Rd (Furniture) (Dir of Miss Grove)
7/271/1 [1937] Sale brochure: Yew Tree Cottage, Station Rd, etc. (C Grove)Estate of C. J. Grove, deceased.
Lot 1: 'Yew Tree Cottage', Station Rd., Dorridge.
In the occation of Mr. W. Blundell.
Lot 2: Plot of land in Station Rd near Lot 1.
In the occupation of Mr. G. T. Goodyear.
Lot 3: Plot of land, Manor Rd,
7/271/2 [1937] Poster relating to 7/271/1
7/272/1 [1937] Sale brochure: Two cottages, Waste Lane. One let to Mr Wells
7/272/2 [1937] Poster relating to 7/272/1
7/273/1 [1937] Sale brochure: Warren Farm, Chadwick End (Plant) (C Truelove)
7/273/2 [1937] Poster relating to 7/273/1
7/274/1 [1937] Sale brochure: Highfield Poultry Farm, Grove Rd (Stock)
7/274/2 [1937] Poster relating to 7/274/1
7/275/1 [1937] Poster: Furniture sale at Wilson Arms Assembly Room
7/276/1 [1937] Poster: Miscellaneous PropertiesLot 1: Small holding: 'Avondale Cottage', Warwick Rd.
Lot 2: 'Yew Tree Farm', Yew Tree Lane, Solihull.
Lot 3: Plot of land in Lode Lane, Solihull.
Lot 4: Plot of land, Lapworth Rd, Chessetts Wood.
Lot 5: Land in Station Rd, Henley-in-Arden
Lot 6: 'B
7/277/1 [1937] Poster: Properties in Wherretts Well Lane & Poplar RoadLot 7: 23, Wherretts Well Lane ('The Croft')
Lot 8: Four cottages in Poplar Rd (Est of late J Cattell)
7/278/1 [1937] Poster: 'Berrow Brow', Avenue Rd (Furniture)(Re J L Stant)
7/279/1 [1937] Sale brochure: Reynmede Poultry Farm, Jacobean La. Furniture
7/279/2 [1937] Poster relating to 7/279/1
7/280/1 [1937] Sale brochure: Reynmede Poultry Farm, Jacobean Lane (Stock)
7/280/2 [1937] Poster relating to 7/280/1
7/281/1 [1937] Sale brochure: Reynmede Poultry Farm, Jacobean La. (Hartill)Esate of Miss A L Hartill deceased. Includes bungalow.
Plan on reverse.
7/281/2 [1937] Poster relating to 7/281/1
7/282/1 [1937] Sale brochure: Blythe Hall Farm, Widney Manor. (Stock)
7/283/1 [1938] Sale brochure: Estate of J C and J F Cotterrell deceasedLot 1: 'Hillside Cottages', Birmingham Rd
Lot 2: 2 shops & dwelling houses, corner High St/Lodge Rd
Lot 3: Dell Farm, High St (adj. Lot 1)
Let to Mrs. Frances Smith. Part of frontage sub-let to H. Bateman, Monumental Mason.
Lot
7/283/2 [1938] Plan re 7/283/1 (Lots 1-6)(Loose inside back cover)
7/283/3 [1938] Plan re 7/283/1 (Lots 7-11)(Loose inside back cover)
7/284/1 [1938] Poster: Furniture sale at Wilson Arms Assembly Room
7/285/1 [1938] Sale brochure: Home Farm, Fen End (Stock)
7/286/1 [1938] Sale brochure: Yew Trees Poultry Farm, Kixley Lane (Stock)
7/286/2 [1938] Poster relating to 7/286/1
7/287/1 [1938] Sale brochure: 'The Rowans', Station Rd (Furniture)
7/287/2 [1938] Poster relating to 7/287/1
7/288/1 [1938] Sale brochure: Pear Tree Farm, Knowle. (Stock) (Harwood)
7/288/2 [1938] Poster relating to 7/288/1
7/289/1 [1938] Sale brochure: Land at rear of White Swan & other propertiesLot 1: Tobacconist's shop in Solihull.
Lot 2: Three cottages in Hampton-in-Arden
Lot 3: Four cottages and land in Hampton-in-Arden
Lot 4: Two fields at the rear of the White Swan, Knowle
Lot 5: Land in Grange Road, Dorridge
Lot 6: Property in Sparkb
7/290/1 [1939] Sale brochure: 'Netherwood', Chessetts Wood Rd (Furniture)
7/290/2 [1939] Poster relating to 7/290/1
7/291/1 [1939] Sale brochure: 'Grove House', Grove Rd (Furniture)(Harper)
7/291/2 [1939] Poster relating to 7/291/1
7/292/1 [1939] Sale brochure: 'Meadow View' Lodge Rd (Furniture)(Ing'th'pe)
7/292/2 [1939] Poster relating to 7/292/1
7/293/1 [1939] Sale brochure: Oldwych Lane Farm, Chadwick End (Stock)
7/293/2 [1939] Poster relating to 7/293/1
7/294/1 [1939] Poster: 'Elmcroft', 179, Station Rd (Furniture) (Woods)
7/295/1 [1939] Sale brochure: Copt Heath Farm, Barston Lane (Stock)(James)
7/295/2 [1939] Poster relating to 7/295/1
7/296/1 [1939] Sale brochure: Mill Farm, Bentley Heath (Stock) (Miss Capps)
7/296/2 [1939] Poster relating to 7/296/1
7/297/1 [1939] Sale brochure: Heronbrook House, Baker's Lane and 25 acresEstate of Alfred Joseph Johnson deceased.
7/297/2 [1939] Plan relating to 7/297/1 (attached inside back cover)
7/297/3 [1939] Poster relating to 7/297/1
7/298/1 [1939] Sale brochure: Chessetts Wood Farm and 'East View'Lot 1: Chessetts Wood Farm and 17 enclosures of land
Lot 2: Small Holding: 'East View' (adjacent Lot 1)

Lot 1 let to J F Harrison; Lot 2 let to J C W Harrison.

7/299/1 [1939] Sale brochure: 'Idwal', 323 Station Rd (Furniture) (W Welsh)
7/299/2 [1939] Poster relating to 7/299/1
7/300/1 [1939] Sale brochure: Heronbrook House (Furniture)(Johnson)
7/300/2 [1939] Poster relating to 7/300/1
7/301/1 [1939] Sale brochure: Butcher's shop (Sodens); Tailor's shop (Hartwell)Lot 1: Butcher's shop (Soden), dwelling house and registered slaughterhouse, High St. In occupation of the owners (Messrs Keight and Soden.) Adjacent to old chapel.
Lot 2: Double-fronted tailor's shop (Hartwell's Tailor's and Outfitter's), dwelling hou
7/301/2 [1939] Poster relating to 7/301/1Hartwell's Tailor's and Outfitter's, Station Rd
7/302/1 [1939] Sale brochure: Berry Hall Farm (Furniture)(A V Sill)
7/302/2 [1939] Poster relating to 7/302/1/BERR/1929Nov 18 1939
7/303/1 [1939] Poster: Reynmede Poultry Farm, Jacobean La (Stock)(Hartill)
7/304/1 [1939] Sale brochure: Highfield Poultry Farm, Grove Rd (Stock)
7/304/2 [1939] Poster relating to 7/304/1
7/305/1 [1940] Poster: 83, Lodge Rd (Furniture) (Dir of Mrs. Masser)
7/306/1 [1940] Sale brochure: 'Burleigh', Mill La, Bentley Hth (Furniture)
7/306/2 [1940] Poster relating to 7/306/1
7/307/1 [1940] Poster: Chadwick End (Furniture) (Miss Daisy Cooper dec'd)
7/308/1 [1940] Sale brochure: 'Centreville', Heronfield. (Mr E Stanley)
7/308/2 [1940] Poster relating to 7/308/1
7/309/1 [1940] Sale brochure: Norton Green Farm and Lodge RdLot 1: Norton Green Farm, the adjoining Old Barn Farm and 27 enclosures of land.
Lot 2: Nos 77/79 Lodge Rd.

In the occupation of the owners, Messrs Cattell Bros (except cottage - let to Mr Mitchell)
Plan on reverse. Newspaper cutting re Lot 1 attached
7/309/2 [1940] Poster relating to 7/309/1
7/310/1 [1940] Sale brochure: Copt Heath House (Furniture) (Mrs. Impey)
7/310/2 [1940] Poster relating to 7/310/1
7/311/1 [1940] Sale brochure: Norton Green Farm (Stock) (Messrs Cattell)
7/311/2 [1940] Poster relating to 7/311/1
7/312/1 [1940] Sale brochure: Chadwick Manor Golf Club (Equip) (Liquidator)
7/312/2 [1940] Poster relating to 7/312/1
7/313/1 [1940] Sale brochure: 'Dinedor', Manor Rd, Dorridge (Poultry)
7/313/2 [1940] Poster relating to 7/313/1
7/314/1 [1940] Sale brochure: Auction in aid of Spitfire Fund (Mrs Jackson)
7/315/1 [1940] Sale brochure: 'The Laurels', Chadwick End (Furniture)
7/315/2 [1940] Poster relating to 7/315/1
7/316/1 [1940] Sale brochure: Aylsbury House, Hockley Hth (Furniture/Stock)
7/317/1 [1941] Poster: 'The Rosary', Station Rd, Dorridge (Furniture)
7/318/1 [1941] Sale brochure: Greswolde Garage (Equipment) (F J Johnson)Sale of garage plant and equipment
7/318/2 [1941] Poster relating to 7/318/1
7/319/1 [1941] Poster: 'Kingswood House', Lapworth. (Furniture)(Carrick)
7/320/1 [1941] Sale brochure: Springfield House (Furniture) (G F Jackson)
7/320/2 [1941] Poster relating to 7/320/1
7/321/1 [1941] Sale brochure: 'Willow Mount', 376 Station Rd (Furniture)
7/322/1 [1941] Sale brochure: 'Woodside', Prospect Lane, Solihull (Stock)
7/323/1 [1941] Sale brochure: Eastcote Hall & Moat
7/324/1 [1941] Sale brochure: 'Hollin Brow', Grove Rd (F H Skelsey)
7/324/2 [1941] Poster relating to 7/324/1
7/325/1 [1941] Sale brochure: Waterfield Farm (Stock) (Lt Col Guy Jackson)
7/325/2 [1941] Poster relating to 7/325/1
7/326/1 [1941] Sale brochure: Fordrove Farm, Damson Lane. (Stock)(Crompton)
7/327/1 [1941] Sale brochure: 'Daylesford', Widney Rd (Furniture) (Hicklin)
7/327/2 [1941] Poster relating to 7/327/1
7/328/1 [1942] Poster: Park Farm, Baddesley Clinton (Stock) (I G Woolf)
7/329/1 [1942] Sale brochure: Est of J E Chamberlain (Dec'd). (Machinery & tools)Sale of machinery and tools at rear of Picture House
7/329/2 [1942] Poster relating to 7/329/1
7/330/1 [1942] Sale brochure: 1545 Warwick Rd; Cottage at Chadwick EndLot 1 : 1545, Warwick Road ('Blenheim')
Lot 2 : 'Welford Cottage', Chadwick End
7/330/2 [1942] Poster relating to 7/330/1
7/331/1 [1942] Poster: Station Garage, Dorridge. (Equip) (Wilson & Harper)
7/331/2 [1942] Sale brochure. Garage Stock & Equipment including 9 motor cars. Wilson & Harper. Feb 17 1942. Sale at Station Garage, Dorridge
7/332/1 [1942] Poster: The Drum & Monkey (Outdoor effects) (Late G Griffin)
7/332/2 [1942] Sale brochure. Outdoor effects (Late G Griffin).Mar 28 1942. Sale at the Drum & Monkey
7/333/1 [1942] Poster: Master's House, Temple Balsall (Furniture) (Crabbe)
7/334/1 [1942] Poster: 'Hylmary', Dorridge Rd (Dir of T P Maslen)
7/335/1 [1942] Poster: 'Grafton Cottage', 1300 Warwick Rd (Furniture)
7/335/2 [1942] Sale brochure. Furniture & Effects. Miss G M BosTon (Dec'd)Jun 13 1942. Sale at Grafton Cottage, 1300 Warwick Rd
7/336/1 [1942] Poster: Arbour Tree Farm (Agricultural implements) (B Ingham)
7/337/1 [1942] Poster: Heronfield Farm (Stock) (Mrs J Wheeler Edmunds)
7/337/2 [1942] Sale brochure: Heronfield Farm (Stock) (Mrs J Wheeler Edmunds)Aug 1 1942
7/338/1 [1942] Poster: Sale of bungalow at rear Chester House (Furniture) (Simmons)
7/338/2 [1942] Sale brochure: Furniture & Effects Mrs D N Simmons (Dec'd)Aug 14 1942. Sale at rear of Chester House
7/339/1 [1942] Poster: Hay Wood Cottage, Baddesley Clinton
7/340/1 [1942] Poster: 'Hill Crest', Chessetts Wood
7/341/1 [1942] Poster: Waterfield Farm (Stock) (Mr T Insull Burman)
7/342/1 [1942] Poster: Hay Wood Cottage, Baddesle