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Monumental inscriptions in the burial grounds of King"s Heath

R. J. Hetherington

Monumental inscriptions in the burial grounds of King"s Heath

I. Baptist Chapel, High St. (1811). II. All Saints Church (1859).

by R. J. Hetherington

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Published .
Written in English

Edition Notes

Unpublished manuscript (1948).

Statementtranscribed by R.J. [and] F.S.J. Hetherington 1948 :
ContributionsHetherington, F. S. J.
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Open LibraryOL13985812M

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Apr 15,  · MS /1 Transcription with index of monumental inscriptions in the burial grounds of the Baptist Chapel (from ) and All Saints, Kings Heath (from ) (Archives only) MS /2 Copy transcription of monumental inscriptions in the burial ground of St.

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