John Parker was born in the small district of Toll End in the heart of the Black Country in 1921,..
This is the story of the Ellis family - starting in the 1700s in Deritend, Birmingham, then trave..
Born in 1910 in the City of Worcester, Annie Jones, later to become Annie Hancock, was only 5 yea..
During World War II, Mary Smallwood went with her family to live on a farm in a Warwickshire coun..
C.T. (Tom) Wareing and his family – then consisting of his wife Beryl and two small sons, moved t..
He saw her for the first time in the queue for the Dean. The year was 1947. She had just arrived ..
When Dora Wright found herself jobless at fifty, with her marriage and friendship in ruins, she d..
The true story of a Black Country family torn apart in the 1960s, when three young brothers livin..
Angela Claysmith Jenkins describes her place in an upwardly mobile family who wanted to present a..
For many people the name Gaskin is synonymous with a brutal murder at Hednesford, Staffordshire i..
Here is an easy to read and interesting book which follows the connection between early nineteent..
Shirley Davies recalls her wartime childhood in Coseley, in the Black Country the premature death..
After being demobbed from the forces at the age of twenty-two, it was expected that he would join..
Ron Jones describes his early childhood in Birmingham and the difficult times for his parents who..
No.13 Herbert Road is an engaging autobiographical account of a young boy growing up in the back ..