Cheslyn Hay Local history Society Newsletter – 13th September 2020

Our Salem Base…Closed

Last Tuesday’s was our first meeting for almost six months, and it was a tremendous success. Unfortunately, it was short-lived when the Government announced the ‘Rule of Six’ which means we have had to close again. However, Tuesday’s turnout showed that the members will support us as soon as they get the opportunity, so a big thank you to those who were able to attend and let’s hope its not too long until we can reopen again.

What Happened This Week 50/100 years ago…by Mike Belcher

Cannock Advertiser    

10th September 1970   Memories of Mr. Albert Bullivant of 7, Cross Street, Cheslyn Hay, from his three and a half weeks holiday in Toronto.
10th September 1970  The re-opening of  Old Wyrley Hall with the mystery remaining as part of village folk-lore of the ghost residing there.  Story also includes its past history with the Lunt family and the Lord and Lady Cherrington.

Cannock Chase Courier 

11th September 1920  Full report of the Cheslyn Hay United v West End Amateurs football match.

Memories

Full answer to one of our members question  “Where was the boundary / perimeter of the Wyrley Bonk?”

England 1603 – 1660 by Peter Cadman

Next period of the Civil War including the local connection of Boscabel House.

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