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grew up here and have just written a book 'Confessions of a Newsagents Son-Amblecote in the 50s. Available locally or Amazon.

I lived near to the top of Collis Street opposite King William Street from 1944 to 1967. My mothers cousins lived opposite on the corner of King William Street, which was a big double house built by my 2 great Uncles Jeavons and Tom Chattin owner of the drapery shop Chattin and Hortons Brierley Hill lived opposite (...Read full memory)

A Gentlemen from Amblecote, Staffordshire By The Oracle | April 16, 2009 This public voice, dos not usually, print obituaries. However, three persons have signed their names to a tribute to Samuel Kinnear from Amblecote, and we feel it should be heard.Samuel Kinnear, universally, known as "SAM" was a successful (...Read full memory)