RAILWAY AND INDUSTRIAL HISTORY OF THE SOUTH WEST BLACK COUNTRY

 
 

 

 

 
1814
 
9 September 1814
Body stolen from gibbet.
1818
 
5 January 1818
Sale of Tipton Moat Colliery to include rail roads
Lease of Monmouth Forges, Charcoal Ironworks
Sale of coal mine, Brockmoor, near Stourbridge
19 January 1818
Sale of land, with mineral rights, at Red Hall Hill, Rowley
Sale of pasture near Colley Gate
Sale of Tan Yard, at Cradley
2 February 1818
Sale of shares in Coseley New Colliery and Ironworks
Sale of house, Coventry Street, Stourbridge
Sale of property, the High Street, Stourbridge. Lately known at as the 'Old Serjent'
9 March 1818
Lease of land containing valuable minerals, with easy transport to Newport, Monmouthshire, over tramway and canal.
30 March 1818
Estates, Coal and Iron Works, at and near Billingsley Shropshire, with rail road
20 April 1818
Tenders required to light the City of Worcester by gas.
Lease of Ape Dale ironworks, with 200 yard railway
11 May 1818
John Urpeth Rastrick moves to West Bromwich to work as an independent engineer
8 June 1818

Wholesale and Retail Linen and Woolen Drapery, High Street, Stourbridge
Sale of Wythymoor Mill Farm, including valuable mineral rights. Rail roads mentioned.