History and Information on Coleshill in the County of Warwickshire.

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Some history of Coleshill

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Coleshill : Church of Saint Peter and Saint Paul [2002]

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Coleshill : Ye Olde Stocks [c.1912]

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Photographs of Coleshill

Coleshill : View from the River Cole [c.1908]

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Coleshill : The Mill [c.1910]

Coleshill : Bacon's End [c.1907]


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Genealogy Connections

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Related Newspaper Articles

"At a special sitting of the Court on Monday, before J. K. D. Wingfield Digby, Esq.. Joseph Colloff was charged on the information of Police Constable Court with drunkenneas. Police Constable Whereat said that on Sunday last at 5.50 p.m. he saw the prisoner in High Street, Coleshill, very drunk. He ordered him away, but he went to other public houses for beer. He would not leave the town, and he [the constable] took him into custody. Fined 5s. including costs."
"Coleshill Petty Sessions"
Coventry Herald Times : September 28th 1894 Page 8

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