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==== History  ====
 
==== History  ====
  
 
The Birmingham parish workhouse came into being after 3 April 1734 resolved to purchase a site and build a parish workhouse. The original rectangular building had two wings added subsequently.  
 
The Birmingham parish workhouse came into being after 3 April 1734 resolved to purchase a site and build a parish workhouse. The original rectangular building had two wings added subsequently.  
  
For information see [http://www.workhouses.org.uk/Birmingham/Birmingham.shtml The Workhouse]
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For information see [http://www.workhouses.org.uk/Birmingham/Birmingham.shtml The Workhouse]  
  
 
==== Constituent Parishes  ====
 
==== Constituent Parishes  ====
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[[Birmingham St Martin, Warwickshire]]<br>[[Birmingham All Saints, Warwickshire]]<br>[[Birmingham Bishop Ryder, Warwickshire]]<br>[[Birmingham St Bartholomew, Warwickshire]]  
 
[[Birmingham St Martin, Warwickshire]]<br>[[Birmingham All Saints, Warwickshire]]<br>[[Birmingham Bishop Ryder, Warwickshire]]<br>[[Birmingham St Bartholomew, Warwickshire]]  
  
[[Birmingham St George, Warwichshire]]<br>[[Birmingham St Jude, Warwickshire]]<br>[[Birmingham St Luke, Warwickshire]]<br>[[Birmingham St Mark, Warwickshire]]<br>[[Birmingham St Paul, Warwickshire]]<br>[[Birmingham St Peter, Warwickshire]]<br>[[Birmingham St Philip, Warwickshire]]<br>[[Birmingham St Stephen, Warwickshire]]<br>[[Birmingham St Thomas, Warwickshire]]<br>
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[[Birmingham St George, Warwichshire]]<br>[[Birmingham St Jude, Warwickshire]]<br>[[Birmingham St Luke, Warwickshire]]<br>[[Birmingham St Mark, Warwickshire]]<br>[[Birmingham St Paul, Warwickshire]]<br>[[Birmingham St Peter, Warwickshire]]<br>[[Birmingham St Philip, Warwickshire]]<br>[[Birmingham St Stephen, Warwickshire]]<br>[[Birmingham St Thomas, Warwickshire]]<br>  
  
 
==== Records  ====
 
==== Records  ====
  
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*Birmingham Archives and Heritage Service, Central Library, Chamberlain Square, Birmingham B3 3HQ. Holdings include: Guardians' minute books (1783-1930); Indoor relief lists (1889-1915); Baptism registers (1864 onwards); Workhouse infirmary (later Dudley Road Hospital) admission and discharge registers (1899 onwards with many gaps and in poor condition); Various other workhouse infirmary records e.g. post mortems, death registers (from early 1900s); Marston Green Cottage Homes registers (1880-1934).  
 
*Birmingham Archives and Heritage Service, Central Library, Chamberlain Square, Birmingham B3 3HQ. Holdings include: Guardians' minute books (1783-1930); Indoor relief lists (1889-1915); Baptism registers (1864 onwards); Workhouse infirmary (later Dudley Road Hospital) admission and discharge registers (1899 onwards with many gaps and in poor condition); Various other workhouse infirmary records e.g. post mortems, death registers (from early 1900s); Marston Green Cottage Homes registers (1880-1934).  
 
*Birmingham Archdiocesan Archives, Cathedral House, St Chad’s Queensway, Birmingham, B4 6EU. Chapel of Our Lady of Sorrows in the Workhouse, Western Road — RC Baptisms (1856-1902).<br><br>
 
*Birmingham Archdiocesan Archives, Cathedral House, St Chad’s Queensway, Birmingham, B4 6EU. Chapel of Our Lady of Sorrows in the Workhouse, Western Road — RC Baptisms (1856-1902).<br><br>
  
==== Websites ====
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==== Websites ====
 
 
http://www.workhouses.org.uk/index.html?Birmingham/Birmingham.shtml<br>
 
  
[[Category:Poor_Law_Unions_in_Warwickshire]] [[Category:Warwickshire]]
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http://www.workhouses.org.uk/index.html?Birmingham/Birmingham.shtml<br>
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[[Category:Warwickshire Poor Law Unions]]

Latest revision as of 15:03, 11 January 2016

History[edit | edit source]

The Birmingham parish workhouse came into being after 3 April 1734 resolved to purchase a site and build a parish workhouse. The original rectangular building had two wings added subsequently.

For information see The Workhouse

Constituent Parishes[edit | edit source]

Birmingham St Martin, Warwickshire Genealogy
Birmingham All Saints, Warwickshire Genealogy
Birmingham Bishop Ryder, Warwickshire Genealogy
Birmingham St Bartholomew, Warwickshire Genealogy

Birmingham St George, Warwichshire
Birmingham St Jude, Warwickshire Genealogy
Birmingham St Luke, Warwickshire Genealogy
Birmingham St Mark, Warwickshire Genealogy
Birmingham St Paul, Warwickshire Genealogy
Birmingham St Peter, Warwickshire Genealogy
Birmingham St Philip, Warwickshire Genealogy
Birmingham St Stephen, Warwickshire Genealogy
Birmingham St Thomas, Warwickshire Genealogy

Records[edit | edit source]


  • Birmingham Archives and Heritage Service, Central Library, Chamberlain Square, Birmingham B3 3HQ. Holdings include: Guardians' minute books (1783-1930); Indoor relief lists (1889-1915); Baptism registers (1864 onwards); Workhouse infirmary (later Dudley Road Hospital) admission and discharge registers (1899 onwards with many gaps and in poor condition); Various other workhouse infirmary records e.g. post mortems, death registers (from early 1900s); Marston Green Cottage Homes registers (1880-1934).
  • Birmingham Archdiocesan Archives, Cathedral House, St Chad’s Queensway, Birmingham, B4 6EU. Chapel of Our Lady of Sorrows in the Workhouse, Western Road — RC Baptisms (1856-1902).

Websites[edit | edit source]

http://www.workhouses.org.uk/index.html?Birmingham/Birmingham.shtml