History of the Plough and Harrow on Moseley Road in Balsall Heath in Birmingham in the county of Warwickshire.

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Some history of the Plough and Harrow on Moseley Road

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The Plough and Harrow on Moseley Road [1969]

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Licensees of this pub

1946 - 1962 Joseph Stain
1962 - 1963 William Leslie Aston
1963 - 1963 Wilfred Howard Price
1963 - 1964 Walter Ernest Lucas
1964 - 1965 Peter John Henry Constable
1965 - 1966 George Hamilton
1966 - 1967 Albert Creighton
1967 - 1968 James Joseph Fee
1968 - 1969 Kathleen Jessie Morris
1969 - 1970 Peter Albert Cartwright
Note : this is not a complete list of licensees for this pub. Before 1946 the dates are taken from trade directories and other resources. The post-war list to 1970 is, however, completely accurate having been transcribed from licensing records.

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Quotation

John Ruskin

"To watch the corn grow, or the blossoms set; to draw hard breath over the plough or spade; to read, to think, to love, to pray, are the things that make men happy."
John Ruskin