MINWORTH
 

 


LOCATION:
Minworth is now part of Birmingham.  The village is immediately west-south-west of Curdworth and near to the ancient bridge over the river Tame to Water Orton. 

CHURCH:
St George the Martyr 

HISTORY:
The village was called Meneworde in the Domesday Book of 1086.
Minworth was a hamlet within Curdworth parish, becoming ecclesiastically independent in 1909.  It is now within Birmingham and combined with the Castle Vale church.
The railway and canal both pass close to the village which lies just north of an ancient bridging point on the river Tame. 
Adjacent Castle Vale was the WW1 home to an RAF base. 
 

LINKS:
Victoria County History from British History Online see Curdworth

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