History on the town of Brierley Hill in the county of Staffordshire. Research is augmented with photographs, details of licensees, stories of local folklore, census data, newspaper articles and a genealogy connections section for those studying their family history.


Brierley Hill
Brierley Hill

Background Information
There is a phrase in the Black Country that goes "Well, I'll Goo to Brierley Hill" because the letters correspond with Bloody Hell. Which isn't far off those seasoned lines: "When Satan stood on Brierley Hill, And far around him gazed, He said: "I never more shall feel, At Hell's fierce flames amazed."

Brierley Hill was, up until the 17th century, a waste common land. It was once part of Pensnett Chase, first noted as a settlement in Kingswinford Manor's Court Rolls of 1619. Although the town has become synonymous with steel, it was glassmakers who first brought industry to the area. This was because of the abundance of raw materials on and around the hill here.

Brierley Hill was also settled by squatters who worked shallow coal seams, dug the fireclay for brickmakers and started the town's association with metal manufacture by opening many small forges to work iron.

Until recently, there was a large glass factory shop in Moor Street. However, the nearby glass factories around the back of the church have long since had their halcyon days. Likewise, the whole town has suffered serious decline since the construction of the adjacent Merry Hill Shopping Centre.

In an attempt to move with the times, the local council built the Moor Centre in 1985. It is partly built on the site of the old Marsh and Baxter factory. The company was started in 1867 at a small pork butcher's shop in the High Street but grew into the largest sausage and pie factory in the country. The modern visitor will find this hard to believe but the company's buildings dominated the skyline here.

An even bigger factory complex called the Round Oak once stood on the site of the Merry Hill Shopping Centre which now sombrely represents the shift from manufacturing to retailing en masse. This, along with its counterparts at Newcastle and Sheffield are Britain's new cathedrals where consumerism is worshipped.

The parish church of Saint Michael stands on the highest point of Brierley Hill and commands a view over the surrounding industrialised regions and beyond. Originally built in 1765, the church has been altered over the years. Indeed, the West Tower was almost totally rebuilt in 1900. The interior is worth further investigation and features a chancel in the form of a modified apse. Built as part of a restoration in 1873-8, it is separated from the nave by a semi-circular arch on Ionic columns.

One famous name associated with Saint Michael's is the eighteenth century poet Thomas Moss. Born in Wolverhampton in 1738, he was appointed perpetual curate [he called himself minister] of the newly-built church after he had read at Emmanuel College, Cambridge. He is known for his poem "The Beggar" which was published in the Gentlemen's Magazine. In 1828 an engraving was printed which depicted a beggar pleading for alms as he stood miserably beside the door of a small house. The engraving became enormously popular and could be found adorning the walls of many Victorian drawing rooms whilst the poem became a standard work for recitation by schoolchildren. The poem is mentioned by Jane Austen in Northanger Abbey and a printed calico version of the verse is mentioned by Charles Dickens in Nicholas Nickleby.

In front of the church's graveyard is the town's war memorial. The soldier on top is modelled on Stan Harley who joined the 1st Battalion the Worcestershire Regiment in 1914 when he was only 15 years old. He won the DCM in France and returned to Round Oak Works in 1919. The memorial was made by George Brown and Sons in Kidderminster. If you look closely in the plants on the grassy bank below the memorial you'll spot a cannon. This was manufactured by Bailey Pegg who were based in Bull Street.
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Related Newspaper Articles
Important to Workmen - Mr Joseph Francis Woodcock was yesterday summoned before J. Leigh, Esq. and the Rev. F. J. Clarke, for the non-payment of 1. 3s. 9d., as wages due to a workman named James Holding. Mr Woodcock told the Magistrates that he ought not to have been summoned as defendant, because he was merely the agent of Mr. Stephen Hipkins, for whom the defendant had been employed. He also said the work charged for had not been done. The defendant informed the Bench that on the 14th of November he and others received fourteen days notice to leave, and that during that time he was only allowed to make six days and a quarter, the manager not permitting him to go on for a longer time. The claim was therefore for work not in reality performed. There were two other similar cases, the complainants being George Terry and Benjamin Hammond, one of whom said there was work to be done the whole time. Mr Leigh said the complainants were undoubtedly entitled to their wages for the whole time. The law of the case was clear, that the men could not leave without giving fourteen days' notice, and that the master could not discharge them without giving them notice for a similar period. Unfortunately, the Magistrates had no power to make an order for work not actually done, and the complainants must summon their master in the County Court. He, however, ordered the expense of the summons to be returned to them."
Birmingham Daily Post ~ 6th December 1857


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List of Pubs
Bell Inn
Bird in Hand
Black Horse
Blue Brick
Board Inn
Brewers' Wharf
Bull's Head
Coach and Horses
Corn Exchange
Cottage Spring
Cross Guns
Dog and Lamppost
Dog and Partridge
Dolphin Inn
Dudley Arms
Exchange Vaults
Five Ways
Fortune of War
Four Furnaces
Fox and Goose
Golden Cup
Golden Eagle Inn
Golden Lion
Grand Turk
Hen and Chickens
Holly Bush
Hop Pole
Hope Tavern
Horseshoe Hotel
King's Head
Market Vaults
Miners' Arms
Mountain Daisy
Mouth of the Nile
Nelson Inn
New Inn
New Talbot
Old Bell
Old Bush
Old New Inn
Old Whimsey
Potters' Arms
Queen's Head
Queen's Head Inn
Railway Hotel
Railway Inn
Red Cow
Red Lion
Red Lion Inn
Richmond House
Robin Hood
Rock Hill Tavern
Rose and Crown Inn
Round Oak Inn
Round of Beef
Royal Exchange
Royal Oak
Saracen's Head
Seven Stars Inn
Spotted Cow
Spread Eagle
Star Hotel
Swan Inn
Tenth Lock
Three Crowns
Three Furnaces
Town Arms
Travellers' Rest
Turk's Head Inn
Two Furnaces
Unicorn Inn
Vine Inn
Waterloo Inn
White Hart
White Horse
Woodman Inn
Wood's Vaults

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Trade Directories
1834 White's Gazetteer and Directory
Brierley Hill is 1 miles north of Stourbridge, and two miles S.S.E. of Kingswinford, is a populous village and chapelry, consisting of several streets, and having in its vicinity extensive coal, iron, and glass works. It enjoys the benefit of the same canal, and strata of coal, iron, and clay, as its neighbour, Amblecote. By an old deed, it appears that coal and ironstone were got here as early as the 46th of Edward 111 [1373]. The main coal is about ten yards thick. The chapel of ease is a neat brick edifice, erected by subscription about 1767, and has 900 sittings, of which 388 are free. The rector of Kingswinford is the patron, and the Reverend Robert Harris the officiating curate. The first minister here was the Rev. Thos. Moss, B.A. author of the elegant little poem called the ''Beggar's
Petition,'' but he afterwards removed to Trentham, as domestic chaplain to the Marquis of Stafford. The Delph is a village on the canal, where there is a rise of nine locks. Hero are many nail makers, and a large fire brick manufactory.
Bartlet, William, Pipe Maker
Bent, John, Agent
Bowman, George, Clothes Dealer
Cole, William, Supervisor
Cresswell, Joshua, Agent
Gill, Eli, Currier
Greenfield, Mary, Confectioner
Hitchman, Thomas, Saddler
Hutchinson, Ann, Midwife
Onions, W., Fruiterer
Robinson, William, Engineer
Stinson, Benjamin, Spirit Merchant
Stevens, Mr William
Storer, John, Dispenser of Medicine
Whitehouse, John, Farrier

1860 Post Office Directory
Ashton James, British Oak, Hart's Hill
Aston John, beer retailer, Dudley Street
Attwood Charles, Vine and butcher, Delph
Austin George, grocer and tea dealer, High Street
Bache Benjamin, grocer, High St & Moor Lane
Bailey, Pegg & Co. Iron & Gun Founders
Bailey Michael, shopkeeper, Dudley Street
Baker E. & Co. fire brick manufacturers, Moor Lane
Baker Daniel, shopkeeper, Hill Street
Baker Job, fruiterer, Mill Street
Baker Joseph, Bull's Head, Brettell Lane
Baker Josiah, confectioner, High Street
Baker Samuel, potato dealer, Moor Street
Banks Thomas & Son, Bankfield Colliery
Barker Jesse, Spread Eagle, Church Street
Barker Thomas, blacksmith, Brettell Lane
Barker Timothy, shopkeeper, Brettell Lane
Barlow Josiah, engineer to canal company
Barlow William, beer retailer, Brettell Lane
Bartlett Josiah, tobacco pipe maker, Church Hill
Batchelor William, shopkeeper, Moor Street
Batham William, shoemaker, Dudley Street
Bate Jeremiah & Solomon, brick makers
Bate Job, brickmaker, Brettell Lane
Bate John [Mrs.], milliner, High Street
Beckley Benjamin, maltster, corn dealer & baker
Beckley Charles, boot & shoe maker, High Street
Beckley Daniel, grocer and tea dealer, Dudley St.
Beckley Daniel, jun. boot/shoe maker, Dudley St.
Beddard Samuel, beer retailer, Park Street
Bennett & Morris, linen drapers, High Street
Bennett Simon, builder, Hill Street
Bent Edwin, accountant, Bent Street
Biddle George, wheelwright, Dudley Street
Birmingham Canal Co. (William Blades, manager)
Bishop James, tea dealer, Dudley Street
Bissell William, beer retailer, Mount Pleasant
Blossom Richard, Royal Exchange, Brettell Lane
Bolton John, Foley Arms, Brettell Lane
Bott Henry, carpenter, Bank Street
Bourne Joseph, glass cutter, Brettell Lane
Boyd William, beer retailer, Fenton Street
Bradley John & Co. ironmasters & manufacturers
Bradley James, blacksmith, Old Level
Bradley Simeon, coal master, Moor Lane
Brecknell Samuel, wheelwright & beer retailer
Breeze Edward, grocer, Mill Street
Brldgens Joseph, beer retailer, Brettell Lane
Brookes William, hairdresser, Round Oak
Brooks William, beer retailer, Fenton Street
Brown John, coffee & eating house, High Street
Brown William, beer retailer, Moor Street
Browning Brinton, confectioner, High Street
Bullock James, fruiterer, High Street
Bullock Samuel, carter, Level Street
Carroll William, tailor, Mill Street
Cartwright Dudley, Bridge Inn, Bank Street
Caswell Joseph, grocer, Hart's Hill
Chapman George, chemist & druggist, High Street
Clulow Thomas, lime burner & brick manufacturer
Condell Samuel, shopkeeper, Hart's Hill
Corbett John, Talbot, & farmer, Brettell Lane
Corbett Walter, tailor, Brettell Lane
Cotteriill William Henry, butcher, Brettell Lane
Court John, confectioner, High Street
Cox Joseph, greengrocer, High Street
Cook Edwin & Henry A. ironmongers, High Street
Cook Henry Addenbrook, pork butcher, High Street
Cook John, beer retailer, Moor Street
Cooper Elias, beer retailer, Bank Street
Cooper William, boot & shoe maker, Dudley Street
Cooper William, shopkeeper, Brettell Lane
Crannage Esther (Mrs.), shopkeeper, Vine Street
Crannage William, confectioner, Fenton Street
Crew Thomas, coal master, Moor Lane Colliery
Crowder Ann (Mrs.), beer retailer, Wallace Street
Crump John, grocer, Brettell Lane
Davies Joseph, Swan, High Street
Davis Benjamin, pattern maker, Brettell Lane
Daws William, boat builder, Brettell Lane
Deaville John, grocer, Round Oak
Detheridge Henry, auctioneer/furniture dealer
Dixon John, tobacconist, High Street
Dowson William, painter & glazier, Church Street
Drake Robert, surveyor of roads, Delph
Duggan George, boot & shoe maker, Brettell Lane
Dunn Thomas Major, chemist, Dudley St
Dunn Thomas, Old Bush, Moor street
Dunn William, painter & glazier, Chapel Street
Edwards Thomas, Fortune of War, Dudley Street
Elcock Edward, miller & baker, High Street
Elcock Thomas, shoemaker, High Street
Elcocks Richard, boot & shoe maker, High Street
Elwell Benjamin, Whimsey, Church Street
Emery Charles Alfred, furniture dealer, High Street
English Henry Robert, Star Hotel, High Street
Evans Benjamin, glass cutter, Brettell Lane
Evans Edward, blacksmith, Round Oak
Evans John, inland revenue officer, Dudley Street
Evans Joseph, Unicorn, Brettell Lane
Evans Samuel, wheelwright, Dudley Street
Fellows Benjamin, tailor & draper, High Street
Fellows William, Vine, Fenton Street
Fennell Sidney, M.D. surgeon, Hill Street
Fennell William, Railway Hotel, Fenton Street
Fereday Thomas, herbalist, High Street
Finney Joseph, relieving officer, Church Street
Firmstone William & George, iron & coal masters
Fisher Elijah, Rose and Crown, Bank Street
Fletcher John, butcher, High Street
Ford George, printer, bookseller, stationer, High St
Fox John, blacksmith, Brettell Lane
Fox Samuel, shopkeeper, Moor Street
Freeman Joseph, grocer, High Street
Fullwood Joseph, Reindeer, Hart's Hill
Gardener Joseph, greengrocer, High Street
Geary Geo. druggist & furniture dealer, High St
Geary John, haberdasher, Church Street
Geary William, linen draper, High Street
Gill Daniel, builder, Church Hill
Gill William, builder, Dudley Street
Green Judith (Mrs.), Black Horse, & pottery, Delph
Greenfield Benjamin, beer retailer, Chapel St
Greenfield Peter, tobacconist & stationer
Greenfield Thomas, Old Bush, Le\el Street
Greenhouse Thomas, beer retailer, Brettell Lane
Grieves Ann (Miss), china & glass dealer, High St
Griffiths John, stonemason, High St & Level Street
Griffiths Mary Ann (Mrs.), butcher, High Street
Griffiths William, grocer & tea dealer, High Street
Guest Edward, boot & shoe maker, Brettell Lane
Guttery Daniel, clothier, High Street
Guttery John, carpenter, Mill Street
Haddon William, Queen's Head, Dudley Street
Halburton John Lidstone, solicitor, Albion Street
Halfman Gorhard, hairdresser, Brettell Lane
Hall Joseph, pork butcher, High Street
Hallchurch Eli, saddler & harness maker, High St
Hammersley William James, pawnbroker, High St
Hampton Joseph, earthenware manufr, Brettell La
Hancox Richard, shoemaker, Hart's Hill
Hand John, grocer, Delph
Hanley James, grocer, Brettell Lane
Harley Edward, saddler, Mill Street
Harley William, Bell, Delph
Harris Henry, hairdresser & perfumer, High Street
Harris Peter, commission agent, fire brick maker and coal master, High Street
Harrison Charles, Saracen's Head, & butcher
Hawkins William, Commercial Inn, & auctioneer
Hicklin Eliza (Miss), haberdasher & milliner
Hickmans Daniel, shopkeeper, Hill Street
Higgins Edwin, shoemaker, Brettell Lane
Higgs David, butcher, High Street
Higgs David, Duke William, & maltster, Delph
Higgs John, beer retailer, Mill Street
Higgs Joseph, Golden Eagle, High Street
Higgs William, butcher, High Street
Hill Ann (Miss), hosier & milliner, High Street
Hill Richard, builder & glass/china dealer, High St
Hill Walter, bootmaker. Mill Street
Hingley Edward, tailor, Hart's Hill
Hobson William, butcher, Brettell Lane
Holcroft William, general carrier, Dudley Street
Holds John, jun. beer retailer, Dudley Street
Holland James, carrier, High Street
Holloway Joseph, greengrocer, High Street
Holloway William, pork butcher, Fenton Street
Holt Daniel, bricklayer, Hill Street
Holt Sarah (Mrs.), beer retailer, Dudley Street.
Homfray Jeston, solicitor, Albion Street
Hopkins William Davies, painter & glazier, Park St
Homer Joseph, solicitor, High Street
Horton Joshua, steam engine boiler maker, R. Oak
Humphries Jeremiah, shopkeeper, Fenton Street
Husselbee Henry, pattern maker/joiner, Dudley St
Hyrons Joseph, shoemaker, Park Street
IInstone Samuel, Noah's Ark, High Street
Insull Samuel, tobacconist, High Street
Jackson Joseph, boot & shoe maker, Church Street
James Benjamin, currier & leather seller, Bank St.
James Charles, Travellers' Rest, Church Street
James John, boot & shoe maker, Bank Street
Jarrett Jones, printer, bookseller & stationer
Jenkins William, milliner & haberdasher, Mill St
Jobber Sampson, boot & shoe maker, High Street
Jones John, tailor, Dudley Street
Jones William, tarpaulin manufacturer, Church St
Kean Miles, corn and hay dealer, Delph
Kell Joseph, grocer, Dudley Street
Knowles Thomas, rate collector, Brettell Lane
Lane John, wheelwright & beer retailer, Church St
Langford Job, poulterer, Mill Street
Langford Richard, shoemaker, High Street
Law James, leather cutter, Dudley Street
Lawt.on Noah, pawnbroker, High Street
Lay John, grocer, maltster & corn dealer, High St
Leedham John Baxter, clock and watch maker
Leneh Elizabeth (Mrs.), Fox & Goose, Level Street
Levi Joseph, glass cutter/linen draper, Brettell La.
Lewis George, beer retailer, Albion Street
Lilley George, bootmaker, Mill Street
Lovett Daniel, butcher, High Street
Lowe Ann Elizabeth (Miss), milliner, Fenton Street
Lowe Daniel, greengrocer, Mill Street
Lowe Edwin Henry, saddler, High Street
Lowe Oliver, Waterloo Inn, Mill Street
Ludlam Luke, plumber & painter, Dudley Street
Lycett William B. surgeon. Church Street
McMallan James, grocer, High Street
Male Joseph, shopkeeper. Moor Street
Mallen Daniel, beer retailer, Brettell Lane
Mallen George, grocer, High Street
Mallen Joseph, spade manufacturer, Round Oak
Mallen William, shopkeeper, Level Street
Matthews Robt, wheelwright/blacksmith Hart's Hill
Miles James, Vine, Hart's Hill
Miller Daniel, grocer & provision dealer, High St
Miller James, beer retailer, Chapel St, Hart's Hill
Millichap Thomas, tobacconist, Moor Street
Mills Williams, police superintendent, High Street
Millward Abi'aham, crate maker, Hart's Hill
Moore Richard, Swan, Moor Street
Moreton Benjamin, butcher, Brettell Lane
Morrell Daniel, boot & shoe maker, High Street
Morris Callow, beer retailer, Brettell Lane
Mould Samuel, pawnbroker, Brettell Lane
Mountf'ord John, Red Cow, Church Lane
Mullett John, beer retailer, Moor Street
Muse Joseph, butcher, Hart's Hill
Nayler William, beer retailer, High Street
New British Iron Company, Brierley Hill Ironworks
Norris William Lascelles, surgeon, High Street
Norwood Alfred, butcher, Dudley Street
Oakes John, Three Furnaces, Level street
Oakes Williams, Britannia, Hart's Hill
Oates, Baylie & Co. patent solid brick manuftrs.
Onions William, surgeon, Round Oak
Owens William Warren, grocer, High Street
Page James, tailor, Brettell lane
Pagett John, White Horse, High Street
Pagett Joseph, butcher, High Street
Pagett Mark, butcher, Dudley Street
Pargeter John William, corn merchant, Delph
Parker George, grocer & seedsman, High Street
Parkes James, Bell Hotel, High Street
Parkes Joseph, druggist & grocer, Round Oak
Parry Frances, Cock & Trumpet, Chapel Street
Partridge John, boat builder & timber merchant
Pearsall Ann (Mrs.), Old Bell, Bell Street
Pearson George (Mrs.), wool repository, R. Oak
Pearson Issachar, butcher, Moor Street
Pearson Thomas, maltster and cab proprietor
Pearson William, cooper, High Street
Pearsons & Cartwright, coal masters, Brettell La.
Penn Mary (Mrs.), greengrocer, High Street
Penn Thomas, beer retailer, Moor Street
Perry James, joiner & carpenter, Dudley Sstreet
Pitt Sophia (Mrs), Queen, Old Level
Pitt William, butcher, High Street
Plant Daniel, butcher, Round Oak
Plant Peter, builder, Brettell Lane
Pope William, White Hart, Hart's Hill
Poyser Richard, tailor, High Street
Poyser Richard, iun. hairdresser, High Street
Preston Frederick, beer retailer, Dudley Street
Price & Son, general carriers, Round Oak
Priece Thomas, bricklayer, Brettell Lane
Prior Joseph, marine store dealer, Round Oak
Pritchard William, printer & stationer, Mill Street
Pugh John, hairdresser, High Street
Radford Joseph, beer retailer, Delph
Randall Charles, dealer British wines, Fenton St.
Rawlings John, printer & druggist, High Street
Raybould Ellen (Mrs.), butcher, Brettell Lane
Rees David, linen draper, High Street
Richards Isaac, New Star, High Street
Richards John, manager at gasworks, Delph
Richards Joseph, Robin Hood, Merry Hill
Roberts John, Rock Tavern, Hill Street
Robinson Charles, timber merchant
Robinson Elijah, beer retailer, High Street
Rollason Fernando, Hart's Hill Tavern, Hart's Hill
Rollinson Joseph, Castle Inn & builder, High St
Rooker Thomas Fletcher, chemist and druggist
Round Isaiah, shoemaker, Chapel St, Hart's Hill
Round David, stationer & newsagent, Dudley St
Round Thomas, grocer/provision dealer. High St
Rowley Samuel, inspector of nuisances
Rowley Sarah (Mrs.), butcher, High Street
Salmon James, grocer, Brettell Lane
Schriber Hieronimers, clock and watch maker
Scoltock William, blacksmith, Round Oak
Scriven George & Henry, glass bottle warehouse
Scrivens Benjamin, butcher, Moor Street
Sedgley Sarah Dudley (Mrs.), spirit vaults, High St.
Shakespeare Joseph, beer retailer, High Street
Shakespeare Josiah, Cock, Moor Street
Shaw David, butcher, Mill Street
Skidmore Sarah Ann, Malt Shovel, Hart's Hill
Smart Edward J. pork butcher, High Street
Smith & Hodnett, roman cement makers & potters
Smith Arthur, bookseller & stationer, Dudley Street
Smith Edward H. blacksmith, Mill Street
Smith James, beer retailer, Park Street
Smithyman Edward, Royal Oak, Round Oak
Sproat William, pawnbroker, High Street
Stevens James, general dealer, High Street
Steward John, chemist & druggist, High Street
Stringer Richard, dealer in British wines, High St
Summerhill William (Mrs.), milliner, Dudley Street
Talbot Daniel, furniture broker, High Street
Taunton Richard, civil engineer, Rock Hill House
Taylor John, boot & shoe maker, High Street
Thomas Edward, shopkeeper, Fenton Street
Thorney Ephraim, tailor, Hill Street
Timmins David, shopkeeper, Bank Street
Timmins James, Unicorn, Dudley Street
Tulk John, tailor, Fenton Street
Turley John, Lion, High Street
Turner Levi, cooper, Moor Street
Turvey Henry, carpenter, High Street
Underwood John, grocer, High Street
Waldron Edward, beer retailer, Mill Street
Walker Henry, M.D. surgeon, High Street
Walters Thomas, Falcon, Mill Street
Ward William, beer retailer, Mill Street
Warr Joseph, grocer. Bank Street
Warren & Lloyd, painters & glaziers, Moor Street
Warren Thomas, plumber & painter, Church Street
Warrender Aaron, boot & shoe maker, High Street
Warrington Edward, furniture broker, Brettell Lane
Wassell George, Vine, & brickmaker, Brettell Lane
Wassell Joseph, maltster, Brettell Lane
Weaver Henry, grocer/provision dealer, Church St
Webb Elizabeth (Mrs.), King's Arms, Brettell Lane
Webb Jane, aurelia wool repository, High Street
Webb Thomas, grocer, provision dealer & butcher
Weller George, grocer/provision dlr, Brettell La.
Welter Thomas, grocer & tea dealer, Dudley St
Wenwood Mary (Mrs.), shopkeeper, Brettell Lane
Weston Joseph, New Inn, High Street
Wheeler James, spirit vaults, High Street
Whittaker Benjamin, butcher, High Street
White Henry, butcher. High Street
White James, Swan, Brettell Lane
White John, chemist & druggist. High Street
Whitehouse Abraham, jun. pawnbroker, Dudley St
Whitehouse Edward, ale/porter agent, Dudley St.
Whiting George, tailor, High Street
Willetts John, chainmaker, Church Lane
Williams George James, accountant, Dudley St
Williams James, grocer, tea dealer & postmaster
Winchurch Thomas, beer retailer, Brettell Lane
Wise Edward John, ironmonger, High Street
Wood Edward, coffee & eating house, High Street
Wotton John, butcher/beer retailer, Church Street
Wright David, beer retailer, Church Street
Wright Edwin, Old Crown, Brettell Lane
Wright Henry, beer retailer, Dudley Street
Wright Josiah, furniture dealer, Fenton Street
Wright Robert, Round Oak Inn, Round Oak
Young Thomas, clothier, High Street

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