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RE: Holders Pubs in Birmingham,

#166 by Deleted User , Sun Dec 23, 2012 11:23 am

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just been going through this tread and I realise Phil was referring to the original Villa Tavern here is the photo he meant,also a pic of the original beer tokens that was issued to the staff of the time.


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RE: Holders Pubs in Birmingham,

#167 by phil ( deleted ) , Sun Dec 23, 2012 11:52 am

Hi pudding

Yes thats the one, I thought I had taken a copy when you put it up before, but apparently not. so with your permission I will take one now.

phil

RE: Holders Pubs in Birmingham,

#168 by Deleted User , Sun Dec 23, 2012 12:15 pm

Phil, you don't need my permission mate that is what I think a photo is for us all to share, after all what is the point in taking a photo if you don't want anybody is see it?.


RE: Holders Pubs in Birmingham,

#169 by Stirling Single , Sun Dec 23, 2012 12:21 pm

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Phil and Mike - Lots to look at here.
Philip Nutting looks as if a shoe maker was in the family but in 1911 was at 22 and a 1/2 Templefield Street as a Carter {Carter meaning, I haven't looked up yet} but the address, at the bottom with his signature is correct.
Will look more later as need to stop and get down to Sainsbury's.
So the girl in the doorway is possibly the 17yr old Cecily.
Lynn.

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RE: Holders Pubs in Birmingham,

#170 by tca , Sun Dec 23, 2012 12:24 pm

hi all, i guess this doesnt really belong here but im not sure where it should go, but it relates to pubs, there was at least two pubs in gem street in the 1950s, if anyone has photos i would love to have a copy, also the fire station at the end of gem street, sorry not sure where to put requests

 
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RE: Holders Pubs in Birmingham,

#171 by tca , Sun Dec 23, 2012 12:28 pm

Carters of old certificates usual imply a person with a delivery vechicle eg horse and cart or dray, milk cart, later lorry, i have that sort of stuff in my family tree my grandmother was fined for speeding in Corporation Street with a horse and cart


 
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RE: Holders Pubs in Birmingham,

#172 by mikejee , Sun Dec 23, 2012 12:47 pm

It was often called "furious driving" when it came to court

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RE: Holders Pubs in Birmingham,

#173 by mikejee , Sun Dec 23, 2012 1:13 pm

Lynn
I meant to look up Phillip in the directories , but it was a bit late and it then slipped my mind. It looks like at that time he was also listed as a coal dealer. Carter/coal dealer seem to be almost interchangeable. Presumably they used the carts for both coal and other goods on hire .

In 1900 17 & 18 Templefield St was a dairy run by Mrs E. Philpott. Phillip not listed
1901-08* Phillip Nutting cooper, 17 & 18 Templefield St
1910 Address and Phillip not listed
1912 Phillip Nutting coal dealer, 17 Templefield st
1913-15 Phillip Nutting cooper, 17 Templefield st
1921 No listing. No 17 is sokit between a plater and a tool maker

* 1901 date from census


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RE: Holders Pubs in Birmingham,

#174 by Stirling Single , Sun Dec 23, 2012 4:58 pm

So it would look like, - with all Mikes hard work - that the photo must be 1911 as Philip Nutting was in 17-18 Templefield Street on dates before and after that.
It sort of looks like Philip Nutting was only in 22 and a 1/2 Templefield Street for that one year as Mike found another beer retailer there in 1910 and a different beer retailer in 1912.
He must have been in the two properties, on the street in 1911 'cause he wouldn't have left 17-18 and then gone back to 17-18 again.
Yes Phil, I would also love to know what the other notices said, in the window.
The things he did would all fit to-gether, I think Carter/coal dealer/cooper He just didn't seem to have the beer retailer place for very long, if just the one year.
Would you all agree with this and put the picture of Holder's Ales &Stout as 1911.
Lynn.

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RE: Holders Pubs in Birmingham,

#175 by astoness , Tue Jan 15, 2013 8:28 pm

Quote: phil wrote in post #5
Lynn

A few more Holders pubs I have found for you, can I be so cheeky as to ask what your interest in Sir John Holder is? Was he a distant relative, are you a Brummie (as I note you say next time I pay a visit). So where do you hail from, it's alright I'm just naturally nosey. By the way did you know that Sir Johns Road in Selly Oak Birmingham was named after the man himself.

1. The New Peacock, Aston Rd, Aston.
2. Black Horse, Aston Lane, Aston. (sorry I had misnamed this one)
3. Breadshaws Dining Rooms, Dudley St, City.
4. Kings Arms, Suffolk St, City.
5. Highland Tavern, Holyhead Rd, Handsworth.
6. Bank Tavern, New John St, Hockley.
7. Holders Arms, Washington St, Holloway Head.

I'll keep my eye open for some more.

Phil



phil i dont surpose you have date for that pic of the kings arms suffolk st do you

lyn

 
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RE: Holders Pubs in Birmingham,

#176 by phil ( deleted ) , Wed Jan 16, 2013 7:29 pm

Lyn

It's dated 1907, if you want to believe it. Mind you it looks about right.

phil

RE: Holders Pubs in Birmingham,

#177 by mikejee , Tue Jan 29, 2013 12:03 am

Lynn
Thought these two cuttings might be of interest. a trapeze performer had announced that he was to perform a stunt with a child on his back. the local watch committee disaproved, and the act was withdrawn

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RE: Holders Pubs in Birmingham,

#178 by Stirling Single , Tue Jan 29, 2013 8:49 am

Good reading and very many thanks Mike. Have you got the Paper and Date as it helps slot it all into my year to year account of what all sorts of things were going on over those years.
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RE: Holders Pubs in Birmingham,

#179 by mikejee , Tue Jan 29, 2013 10:41 am

Sorry Lynn, date was in my file name, but this was not carried over to file name on forum. the committee meeting was 28.1.1863 and the other 29.1.1853, 150 years ago

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RE: Holders Pubs in Birmingham,

#180 by Stirling Single , Tue Jan 29, 2013 12:16 pm

Thanks Mike,
I had never before thought of it all as being 150yrs ago. I'd just never thought of it as like that before.
Have added the dates to my list.
So interesting to read.
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