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Birth certificate for Kenneth John Allen, who was born in Aldridge on 13th September 1919. He died, aged 5, in 1924 of diphtheria.
Drawing showing a group of people surrounding a woman. The group includes men, women and children.
Oil painting showing a family in a simple domestic interior gathered around a newborn baby who is in its mother's lap.
Request for a copy of Annie Holland's birth certificate.
Copies of certificates sent in 1935, includes envelope.
A copy of the birth certificate of Harold Parkes. Informant was FW Parkes [father].
Private Birth list of the children of John Hazlehurst and letter addressed to Thomas Mallen FP5/1/4/2 31 Aug 1893
A list of the births of the children of John Hazlehurst. It is written on the reverse of a letter addressed to Thomas Mallen.
Oil painting showing the Virgin Mary with her child in her arms. She is wearing a white headpiece, a rich orange cloak and has a gold halo. Decorating the dark blue background are gold thorns and wild parsley.
Births, marriages and deaths on the web, part 2: The Midlands, Northern England and East Anglia LS/929.10285/2 2005
Births, marriages and deaths on the web, part 1: Southern England, The Marches and Wales LS/929.10285/1 2005
1989 (this revived the annual reports of the medical officer of health which ceased with health service reorganisation in 1974) 1990 1991 - 1992 1993 1994 1994 summary (leaflet which includes details of social deprivation in the various electoral wards of
Staffordshire Women's Welfare Centre - photocopy of poster advertising the centre LS/L618p/2 (1930s)
Photocopy of a poster in the collection of the Contemporary Medical Archives Centre, Wellcome Institute (ref: SA/FPA/A4/A18).
Maternity care in Wolverhampton during the 1920s and 30s: to what extent was it based on humanitarian objectives? LS/L618 1996
Dissertation for BA(Hons) History and Law at the University of Wolverhampton School of Humanities and Social Sciences.
Photocopy of a letter in the collection of the Contemporary Medical Archives Centre, Wellcome Institute. The letter mentions opposition by Catholics to birth control and the possibility of holding a public meeting in the Town Hall (ref: PP/MCS/A107).