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WISHAW


LOCATION:
Four miles south-east of Sutton Coldfield. 

CHURCH:
St Chad 

HISTORY:
The village was called Witscaga in the Domesday Book of 1086.  It was owned by the Knights Templar until passing to the Beresford family.
The modern village is a scattering of houses but with no village centre.
The church is 13th century and was restored in 1887.  It is believed to occupy the site of a Roman church. 

LINKS:
Victoria County History from British History Online

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