- a town in W central England, in N Worcestershire. Pop: 29 237 (2001)
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A new ring of bells for this church was cast at Bromsgrove in 1715.
The Roses were parish clerks at Bromsgrove from "time out of mind."The Parish Clerk (1907)
Peter Hampson Ditchfield
Mr. Eccles commenced preaching at Bromsgrove in 1650, and soon afterwards formed the church there which still exists.
About the year 1823 were born at Bromsgrove four female children at a birth, all of whom lived for many years.
Thirty or forty years ago there was a considerable linen trade carried on at Bromsgrove.Worcestershire in the Nineteenth Century
T. C. Turberville