MAGAZINE ARCHIVE
Dear Visitor, since the Society was established late in 1967 the First issue of the Blackcountryman magazine was published in 1967. This tradition has been continued and you will therefore find all Issues numbered 1 in the year before the following issues 2,3 and 4. If you have any queries please contact the society and we will be pleased to help with your enquiry.

1967

ISSUE 1

Definition of the Black Country  - Dr J Fletcher

Baggeridge Colliery - R Newman

The Hurst Hill Gardener - L. Hickman

On Behalf of the Working Classes - H. Parsons

In Search of Aynuk & Ali

Walsall Coat of Arms

Withymore Penny Token 1814 - R Newman

Sandwell Priory - R.Boffey

1968

ISSUE 2

Bilston Enamels - J. A. Wylde

Dorothy Round - H. Parsons

Walsall Coat of Arms

Warley Abbey - V.R. Lupton

Yells & Beyond - J.H. Rushton

Francis Brett Yoing - W.Homer

Venice of the Midlands - F. Pepworth

Tipton Wake - J.B.

The Black Country Ironworker 1866 - J. Jones & S. Timmins

ISSUE 3

The thick seams of Coal of S. Staffs - H.D. Poole

Jesse Pennington W.B.A. - H.P.

Life of a Sandrat - Chris Gittins

Early Days of Baggeridge Colliery - J.W. Stainton

Makers of the Black Country No. 1 - Tom Mondon

Weekend Retreats (Little Lake)

Craftsmen at Work - E.H. Bissell

ISSUE 4

Writing a Local History - J.F. Ede

Bustleholme Mill - A.H. Price

The Earlof Dudley's Saltwell Colliery - H.D. Poole

Dudley Priory - R.E. Boffey

C19 Curate - P. Barnsley

Stage Coaches - P. Barnsley

The Fire Fighting Gilberts of Darlaston - M.G. Williams

Bayliss, Jones & Bayliss (GKN) - C. Spencer

1968

ISSUE 1

Malleable Iron & The Black Country - J.A. Wylde

Round the Region - Stourbridge Panto Society &

   Dudley Recorded Music Society.

Lutley Mill & Shilton Mill - P. Barnsley

The Netherton I Remember - Tom Mondon

Lamplighter - A.P. Richards

Stage Coaches - F. Pepworth

Cast Iron from W. Bromwich - J.M. Fletcher

1969

ISSUE 2

The Journey - M. Wiggin

End of a Great Era - J.A. Wylde

Black Country Crime & Punishment 90yrs ago - H.J. Haden

Brierley Hill 1869 Miraculous Rescue - J.M. Fletcher

West Bromwich Inns - G. Stevens

Village Statesmen - P. Barnsley

Female Nailmakers - 1888 Board of Trade Report

ISSUE 3

My Visit to Staffs & Birmingham 1875 - T.P. Garlich

John Bradley of Stourbridge - N. Mullon

Patches, Patch Boxes & a Queen - E. Benton

Mines Drainage - B. Poole

James Whale - P. Barnsley

Aston Tech. College pre 1914 - J.M. Fletcher

LNWR in the Black Country - M. Hole

The Bayliss's of the Black Country - G.A. Moore

Castle Dudley - J.H. Rushton

First Mayor of Smethwick - H. P.

ISSUE 4

Accles & Pollocks - H. P.

Makers of the Black Country - T. Russell

Boatman - J. Fletcher

Bicentenary of B'ham Canal Navigation - R. Newnham

Funeral of Sgt. Tyler - P. Barnsley

Halesowen Abbey - R. Boffy

Hunting out Family Past - E. Chitham

1969

ISSUE 1

Calling All Cars - Clyno Royal 1927 - D. Burgess Wise

Black Country Dialect - E.M. Starkey

Walsall Author Noreen Didlock

Only 6 Beds for the Poor - F. Squires

Birth of Ellowes Colliery 1926 - S.A. Williams

Characters & Street Cries of Old Cossley - J. Foster

Signs of Dudley Pubs - B.Kelly

Elergy for a Craftsman - P. Barnsley

1970

ISSUE 2

The General Hospital Wolverhampton - F. Squires

The Lost Film - P. Barnsley

Welding Technology in the Black Country - C. Spencer

Car Ownership in the Black Country 1966

The Future of Black Country Canals - L. Braithwaite

Fiddlers Arms - S.A. Williams

Lord Dudley & the making of The Black Country - T.J. Raybould

The Seven Sisters - G. Bubb

Bilston Riots - J. Mellor

ISSUE 3

England in the 1930's - J.B. Priestley

Postscript to Bladys - H.J. Haden

The Brockhouse Story - H. Parsons

Natural Gas & Black Country Industry - H. Parsons

Childhood in Smethwick - A. Turner

Nurses were drunk on the Wards - F, Squires

Black Country Canal Survey - L. Braithwaite

Romsley History Society

Cholera 18949 - J. Howells

Wolverhampton Trolley Bus System - J. Hughes & R.C. Oliver

Francis Emily Campbell (Author)

ISSUE 4

Narrow Boat to Frieghtliner - A.F. Moseley

The Victoria Palace, Horsley Heath - G. Stevens

A Century of Fasteners - J.M.F.

Black Country Industrial Advertising - H.P.

Johnny Smith of Essington - G.T. Allman

Black Country Pleasures a Century ago - H.J. Haden

Memories of Old Walsall - A. Brockhurst

Quarry Bank Epidemic - J. Cartwright

A Cab-horse pulled the Ambulance - F. Squires

Navigation Inn, Willenhall - E. Giles

The Rockson Motorcycle - P. Barnsley

1970

ISSUE 1

Recollections of the Black Country - J.G. Faulkner

Wolverhampton Exhibition 1902 - H. Boucher

Gornal-Some Impressions & Changes - H.A. Hickman

Paleanotology of the Wrens Nest - M. Knight

Canal Boats of Dudley Port - J.M.F.

Garden Archaeology J. Smith

The Crescent Lock Makers, Willenhall - G. Stevens

John Thompsons at War - H. Parsons

A Club is Born- Brierley Hill Labour Club - H.J. Haden

The Nailmakers - A. Moseley

Canal Pollution Survey - A.R. Tindall

Bygone Christmases - H.J. Haden

1971

 

ISSUE 2

The Sunbeam Motor Company - H. Boucher

Thomas Holcroft & Sons (Bilston) - G. Stevens

Log Book - Darlaston Central School - J.M.F.

Stourbridge Historical & Archaeological Society - H>J> Haden

Sister Dora - J. William Jones

Castles & Roses - A.H. Price

Old Walsall Pubs - A. Brockhurst

Hugh Lewis- Pawnbroker & Philanthopist - J. Brimble

Brierley Hill Railway Station - M. Hale

Look Back in Languor (Wednesbury) - N.P. Lester

The Story of Pendeford (Wolverhampton Airport) -

                                    Boys of Springfield C.S. Boy's School

ISSUE 3

Webbs Seeds - H. Parsons

The Lock Industry - S. Mould

The Local History Library Wolverhampton - H. Boucher

Sheridan Debating Society - J.M.F.

Lineprops - J. Hunt

Victoria Park, Tipton - J. Brimble

Open Space Environment of Black Country

New Hawne Colliery - P. Barnsley

Engine Sheds at Wolverhampton -

Brierley Hill Railway Station - P. Yorke

Use of Urban Canals - L. Braithwaite

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