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Boney Hay is of Saxon origin (Bondi’s ‘island’ enclosure) ‘island’ – more of an isolated area
[Staffordshire Place-Names Including the Black Country]
 
Boney Hay west of Ogley Hay Road became a populous area in the later 19th century. It evidently derives its name from waste called 'le Burnehew' in 1361. The area was known as Burnehey and Bornehay by the 16th century and in 1571 there was a house there
['Townships: Burntwood', A History of the County of Stafford: Volume 14: Lichfield (1990), pp. 195-205]
 
Have you a relative with a connection in Boney Hay? If so, you may find them here
 
 
The B F H G Photograph Album contains many photographs of landmarks within Boney Hay
 
 
The website for Boney Hay Primary School
 
 
The website for Boney Hay Village
 
 
The Staffordshire Record Office holds the Wesleyan Methodist Church Baptisms Registers (1857 - 1879) and (1870 – 1893)
 
 
A website for Boney Hay Working Men's Club