Ordnance Survey Map of Codsall

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Date:1903

Description:Codsall was a small village in 1903 with a population of about 1,450. The population increased only slowly in this period as affluent businessmen and professionals moved in from Wolverhampton. The newcomers built large villas in Codsall’s convenient rural setting, and streets of bungalows were laid out between Oaken Lanes and Histons Hill in the 1930s.

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1080s
An Anglo-Saxon lord, Codsall 1086
An Anglo-Saxon lord, Codsall 1086

The earliest mention of Codsall is in the Domesday survey of 1086 [first 3 lines ...

1400s
The Will of William Wyts of Codsall, 15th century
The Will of William Wyts of Codsall, 15th century

This is a very rare document because most wills prior to the later 16th century ...

1580s
Parish Records of  St. Nicholas Church, Codsall
Parish Records of St. Nicholas Church, Codsall

Parish registers record baptisms, marriages and burials. The register above, begins ...

1830s
The story of Clara Greensell, of Codsall
The story of Clara Greensell, of Codsall

The story of Clara Greensell taken from court, parish and workhouse records. The ...

1950s
Aerial view of Codsall
Aerial view of Codsall

By 1950 the population was about 2,750. The main change visible on the aerial photograph ...

2000s
Aerial view of Codsall
Aerial view of Codsall

From 1963 to 2000 Codsall's population grew to about 11,200. Housing development ...

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