History on the town of West Bromwich 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.



 

West Bromwich
West Bromwich

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List of Pubs
Old Crown

Stores Inn

Talbot - Dudley Street
Talbot - Queen Street
Talbot - Union Street
Talbot - Hill Top
Three Crowns - Swan Village
Three Crowns - Hill Top
Three Furnaces
Three Horseshoes
Three Horseshoes - Hill Top
Three Mile Oak
Three Swans
Three Tuns
Turk's Head - Moor Street
Turk's Head - Sams Lane
Twelve Bells
Union Cross
Victoria - New Hall Street
Victoria - Lyng Lane
Victoria - Sams Lane
Vine - Dartmouth Street
Vine - Paradise Street
Vine - Roebuck Street
Vine - Swan Village
Vulcan
Waggon and Horses - Great Bridge St
Waggon and Horses - High Street
Waggon and Horses - Spon Lane
Weighing Machine
Wellington - Dudley Road
Wellington - Great Bridge Street
Wellington - Newhall Street
Wheatsheaf
Whitehall Tavern
White Hart - Herbert Street
White Hart - Walsall Street
White Horse
White Swan - Bromford Lane
White Swan - Hawkes Lane
White Swan - Spon Lane
White Swan - Vernon Street
Wigmore Tavern
Windmill
Windsor Castle
Woodlands
Woodman
Wrexham
Yew Tree

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Genealogy Connections
If you have a genealogy story or query regarding the West Bromwich area you can contact me and I will post it here in addition to including your message within the website pages for Staffordshire Genealogy.

Newspaper Articles
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Gallery Photographs
A few notes on some of the images that appear in the photograph gallery at the top of the page.

Grange Bakery [c.1912]
Dating from around 1912, this photo was taken at the premises of the Grange Bakery operated by Edwin Standing. His son Harry is standing next to and holding the reins of the horse. The young lad sat in the driver's seat is Edwin Standing's grandson Fred. The bakery was located on the corner of Dartmouth Street and Grange Road and in recent years the retail building was operating as a mini-supermarket.

Banks's Imperial Mild Ale [1960's]

Links to other Websites
West Bromwich Albion

1950 Advertisement for Mitchell's & Butler's

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Quotation
"I desire to end my days in a tavern drinking, May some Christian hold for me the glass when I am shrinking; That the Cherubium may cry, when they see me sinking, 'God be merciful to a soul of this gentlemen's way of thinking'”
Anonymous

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Édouard Manet "The Merry Beer Drinker" [1870's]

Comic Postcard - Pub Opening Hours

Comic Postcard - Money Matters

Trade Directories
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Comic Postcard - Ours is a Nice House

Comic Postcard - XX Casks

Comic Postcard - Best Pale Ale

Comic Postcard - Church Sermon

Comic Postcard - We Don't Mind If We Do

Comic Postcard - Drink While We Can

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Beer and Pipe Smoker

Bar Parlour Stained Glass

Tap Room Etched Glass

Cheers!

Best Room and Snug

The Young Barmaid by Charles Sillem Lidderdale

Bar Etched Glass

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Publican

Public Bar Stained Glass
 

Woman Serving Beer

Brewery Buildings