United Kingdom / Wolverhampton

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Briton Motor Co Ltd 1909-1929 Built cars Stewart Street 1909-1913 Lower Walsall Street 1913-1922 Briton Cars continued assembly at Chillington Fields 1922-1929

Lower Horseley Field, Wolverhampton, United Kingdom

Button Gwinnett 1735-1777 married in St. Peter's Church 1757 Signer of the Declaration of Independence 4th July 1776 President of Georgia 1777

St. Peter's House, Exchange Street, Wolverhampton, United Kingdom

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J. W. Hunt Cup Football Competition. Founded by John William Hunt Chillington Tool Company. First meeting held here 16th September 1926

Wolverhampton City Archives, former Molineux Hotel, Wolverhampton, United Kingdom

Star and Garter stood here rebuilt 1836 coaching inn formerly an Elizabethan house where King Charles I stayed 17 October 1642

Pizza Hut, Victoria Street, Wolverhampton, United Kingdom

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The Reverend Kenneth Hunt MA 1884-1949 Wolves & England International 1907-1920 Olympic Gold Medal London 1908 FA Cup Winner's Medal 1908 Reverend Hunt's family home St. Mark's Vicarage 1898-1920's

St. Mark's Church, Chapel Ash, Wolverhampton, United Kingdom

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John Masefield O.M. 1878-1967 Poet Laureate stayed here 1902

141 Tettenhall Road, Wolverhampton, United Kingdom

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John Milner 1752-1826 Bishop Vicar Apostolic of the Midland District 1803-1826 lived and worked in Giffard House

St. Peter & St. Paul, Paternoster Row, Wolverhampton, United Kingdom

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Sir Henry Newbolt 1862-1932 poet born near this place

Barclays Bank, Lichfield Street, Bilston, Wolverhampton, United Kingdom

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George Bidlake 1830-1892 Architect Berrington Lodge 1866

91 Tettenhall Road, Wolverhampton, United Kingdom

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Alderman A. B. Bantock J.P. 1862-1938 mayor 1905-6-7 and 1914-15 bequeathed Bantock (Merridale) House to the citizens of Wolverhampton. Opened 22nd April 1948 "He lived here and loved this place"

Bantock House Museum, Finchfield Road, Wolverhampton, United Kingdom

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John Marston JP 1836-1918 mayor 1889-1891 alderman 1891 freeman 1909 founder of the Sunbeam Company and his son Sir Charles Marston K St J, JP, FSA 1867-1946 industrialist and author lived here

The Oaks, Merridale Road, Wolverhampton, United Kingdom

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Edward Lisle 1852-1921 Founder - STAR Cycles, cars and commercial vehicles. First STAR cycle built 1869. First STAR car built 1897. This building was STAR HQ 1904

Moxley Foundry, Frederick Street, Wolverhampton, United Kingdom

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Emma Sproson 1867-1936 Wolverhampton's first female councillor 1921-1927 Suffragette & Socialist known as "Red Emma"

Magistrates' Courts, North Street, Wolverhampton, United Kingdom

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Alfred Noyes CBE 1880-1958 poet and author born in St. Mark's Road

Co Operative Funeral Services, St. Mark's Road, Wolverhampton, United Kingdom

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T. H. Fleeming FRIBA 1849-1935 architect Designed this Gothick styled Building 1876

Barclays Bank, Lichfield Street, Wolverhampton, United Kingdom

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John Freeman 1853-1944 Born in Bilston Author Black Country Stories & Sketches 1930

Church Street, Bilston, Wolverhampton, United Kingdom

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Queen Victoria Visited Wolverhampton to unveil a Statue of her Consort Prince Albert 30th November 1866

HSBC Bank, Dudley Street, Wolverhampton, United Kingdom

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Mario Lanza Ghostwriter haunts here

Cleveland Arms, Old Stowheath Lane, Wolverhampton, United Kingdom

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Founder of the Express and Star Thomas Graham Born 2 February 1841 Died 22 June 1909

Express & Star Building, Queen Street, Wolverhampton, United Kingdom

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George Benjamin Thorneycroft 1791-1851 First Mayor of Wolverhampton 1848 lived here

Salisbury House, 2 and 2a Tettenhall Road, Wolverhampton, United Kingdom

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Dr. Ernest Darby and Madame Parkes Darby musicians lived here 1932-1976

7 Summerfield Road, Wolverhampton, United Kingdom

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O. G. Rejlander 1813-1875 Father of Art Photography lived and practised near this place 1845-1862

Darlington Street Roundabout, Wolverhampton, United Kingdom

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John Philip Kemble 1757-1823 Actor attended Sedgley Park School 1767-1771 formerly on this site Debut in acting Wolverhampton 1776

Park Hall Hotel, Park Drive, Wolverhampton, United Kingdom

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Dr S. C. Dyke F.R.C.P. 1886-1975 Director of Pathology Royal Hospital Wolverhampton 1924-1952 Founder and President of Association of Clinical Pathology European and World Associations of Clinical Pathology Last Chairman Tettenhall Council 1965-1966

Limes Road, Upper Green, Tettenhall, Wolverhampton, United Kingdom

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J. H. Sheldon C.B.E. M.D. F.R.C.P. 1894-1972 Consultant Physician Royal Hospital Wolverhampton 1920-1958 President International Association Gerontology 1954-1957 Freeman of Wolverhampton 1958

New Cross Hospital, Wolverhampton, United Kingdom

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St. George A Commissioners' Church built 1828-1830 Architect James Morgan

St. George's Church, St George's Parade, Wolverhampton, United Kingdom

Mount Hotel Former home of Charles Benjamin Mander Paint and varnish manufacturer House built 1865 Extended 1891 Ballroom built 1908 House sold 1952

Mount Hotel, Mount Road, Tettenhall, Wolverhampton, United Kingdom

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John Fraser M.D. F.G.S. 1820-1909 Botanist and Geologist Benefactor Wolverhampton Art Gallery and Museum houses his collection of 10,000 fossils and minerals Lived here 1866-1909

5 Tettenhall Road, Wolverhampton, United Kingdom

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Sir John Morris K.t. Mayor of Wolverhampton Knighted by Queen Victoria 30 November 1866 lived here

Elmsdale Hall, Elmsdale, Wightwick Bank, Wolverhampton, United Kingdom

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Edward Bird R.A. 1772-1819 Painter Born Goat (North) Street Apprentice Japanning artist Old Hall Works worked here 1785-1793

Central Library, Old Hall Street, Wolverhampton, United Kingdom

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George Wallis FSA 1811-1891 Industrial design artist lectured here c1838

Army Careers Office, Queen Street, Wolverhampton, United Kingdom

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The Great Hall Home of the Leveson family 1560-1702 Demolished 1883 Stood near this site

Adult Education College, Old Hall Street, Wolverhampton, United Kingdom

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Forder & Co. Ltd. manufactured Hansom cabs on this site 1882-c1911

Dixon's Building, Cleveland Road, Wolverhampton, United Kingdom

H. T. Hare F.R.I.B.A 1860-1921 architect President R.I.B.A. 1917-1919 designed this building 1900

Central Library, Snow Hill, Wolverhampton, United Kingdom

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James Beattie 1852-1934 Founded on this site the Victoria Drapery Supply Stores 1877 Leading to the creation of Beatties Department Store Group

Beatties Store, Victoria Street, Wolverhampton, United Kingdom

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R. J. Emerson FRBS, RBSA 1878-1944 art teacher and sculptor Municipal School of Art 1910-1942 sculpted "Mercury" on this building 1932

Express & Star Building, Queen Street, Wolverhampton, United Kingdom

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Chubb & Son's established 1818 manufactured locks and safes at The Chubb building 1899-1938

The Chubb Building, Fryer Street, Wolverhampton, United Kingdom

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Wolverhampton Council first met on 22nd May 1848 at the Assembly Rooms now the County Court

Walkabout public house, Queen Street, Wolverhampton, United Kingdom

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Sunbeam Experimental Department 1915-1935 Designed and constructed world land speed record breaking cars 1922 350HP Sunbeam 133MPH K. Lee Guinness 1925 Blue Bird 150MPH Sir Malcolm Campbell 1927 1000HP Sunbeam 203MPH Sir Henry Seagrave

Sunbeam Studios, Sunbeam Street, Wolverhampton, United Kingdom

Dame Maggie Teyte 1888-1976 Prima Donna born Exchange Street

Exchange Street, Wolverhampton, United Kingdom

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West Park Conservatory 1896 Architects T. Mawson and D. Gibson Restored 1996 with the assistance of grant aids from the European Regional Development Fund and English Heritage Re-opened by Councillor Mrs Joyce Hill August 1996

West Park Conservatory, Wolverhampton, United Kingdom

George Armstrong 1822-1901 Superintendent Great Western Railway Northern Division 1864-1897 Lived here c1881-1901

10 Park Road West, Wolverhampton, United Kingdom

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Louis H. Coatalen 1879-1962 Chief Engineer Sunbeam Motor Car Co Ltd 1909-1930 Designer of aero engines World famous racing cars Land speed record breaking cars and touring cars lived here 1916-1919

Bromley House, Penn Road, Wolverhampton, United Kingdom

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Clyno manufactured motor cycles 1910-1922 and motor cars 1923-1927 at Pelham Works

Pelham Works, Pelham Street, Wolverhampton, United Kingdom

Syndey S. Guy 1884-1971 founder Guy Motors 1914-1982 Manufacturers of buses, cars and lorries on this site

Park Lane, Bushbury, Wolverhampton, United Kingdom

A.J.S On this site Messrs A J Stevens (1914) Ltd manufactured motor cycles 1915-1931 and motor cars 1930-1932

Graiseley Hill, Wolverhampton, United Kingdom

Norman Craven Brook PC GCB KCB CB 1902-1967 Educated Wolverhampton Grammar School 1914-1921 Secretary of the Cabinet 1947-1962 Joint Permanent Secretary of the Treasury Head of Home Civil Service 1956-1962. Created Baron Normanbrook 1963 Lived here 1914-1921

104 Richmond Road, Wolverhampton, United Kingdom

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J. A. Chatwin FRIBA 1830-1907 architect designed this Italianate styled building 1878

Lloyds Bank, Queen Square, Wolverhampton, United Kingdom

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Arthur Marshall 1858-1915 architect designed this building 1899

Darlington Street Methodist Church, Wolverhampton, United Kingdom

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Arnold Richardson 1914-1973 Wolverhampton Borough organist 1938-1973

Civic Hall, North Street, Wolverhampton, United Kingdom

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