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  1. Do you have pictures of the terraced houses (now demolished and replaced by bungalows) next to the old post office (517 Walsall road). Apparently there was a prisoner of war camp on the field opposite.(next to Jacobs hall lane) my mom has been reminiscing and I would love to find photos for her 80th next month.

  2. Came to see Gt. Wyrley Memorial Gates today. I’m 97 & my fathers name is on the plaque. Have a lot of knowledge about the area.

  3. We are researching my wife’s ancestor named Titus Fellows who’s gravestone is in the south west corner of St Marks churchyard. it is only one of 3 remaining since the churchyard was levelled and is not orientated in the usual east/west alignment which makes me think it was moved.
    Does anyone know when the churchyard was levelled and if there are any records showing positions of graves before.
    Any information about this or of Titus or the Fellows family would be greatly appreciated.
    Andrew Davies.

  4. Hello.

    I’m currently looking into the history of GirlGuiding in Great Wyrley. When it all started and how it was ran? Hoping to put something together for the District. It would be lovely to know if anyone has any information on GirlGuiding in Great Wyrley.

    • We are just in the middle of gathering some information about the Girl Guides, will email it to you in the coming weeks, once it’s all gathered together.
      Regards
      Gary Smith – Chairman

  5. Help!!! I would be very grateful if any body has stories or pictures of my now past family. Which I regret to say are fluttering away in my memory as they past away in my child hud any info or any stories I would be most appreciated to hear about they are James (Jim Lloyd) my grandad and my mother (sue Lloyd… Hayward) please email me any stories or I gone about them I would love to here from you.
    Thanks in advance matt hayward

  6. ive just browsed you blog .very interesting.i worked with a chap that was born in great wyrley.he was a charachter.a nice chap his name was ian ross he worked at casting brownhills for years .then retired have not seen him since may be 12years.but did hear some good news about him .he won the lottery in a syndicate.he was always on about growing up in 1950s in great wyrley.

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