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Been a class A holder since 1995, band of interest ten meters, rig ICOM 756 pro2, amplifier acom 1000 with 400 watts and  four element mono band yagi for 28mhz. On the lower bands i use yeasu FT2000D 200  watts & G5rv. Listen for me on 28.310 chatting to the locals, i also enjoy going fishing with my son nicky, but cant wait until my grandson "Harley" who his still knee high to a grass hopper can join us , other interest's my two Staffordshire bull terriers roxy & charlie, bmw's and fast women.  73 Daz G0WCK.

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A short  history of west bromwich

Oak house West Bromwich . ( Tudor Era )

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Oak House is a large and picturesque timber framed Yeoman's house dating back to the 16th century, with brick extensions from the mid 17th century. It is one of the finest timber framed buildings in the Midlands, and is a remarkable survival in a region transformed by industry in the 18th and 19th centuries.

It is thought to have been named after a large Oak tree which stood in front of the house until early last century, although its name may equally derive from the oak woodlands which originally surrounded the house.

 

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Old Church West Bromwich .

 

 

History of All Saints Church

It has been suggested that a Norman Church had been built on the site around 1100 A.D. The church flourished and was remodelled towards the end of the 1400’s. It was know then as the Church of St. Clement.

A record of 1742 shows it was later dedicated to All Saints, now known as the Old Church. By 1786 the church is described as being dilapidated and in want of repair. Repair and renovations were completed by 1787 and the new church dedicated.

The building remained until 1871 when the present All Saints Church was rebuilt and was opened in 1872.

A number of well known people are buried in the church yard including James Kier, a member of the Lunar Society, and James Eaton, a signal midshipman on the Temaraire and was responsible for being the first to repeat Nelson’s famous signal " England expects every man to do his duty " his grave stone is situated outside the church porch door.

 

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