History of the Talbot Inn in Queen Street at 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.


Talbot Inn
Talbot Inn

Some History of this Pub
The Talbot Inn.


Alfred Kendrick was later the landlord of the Grove Hotel at Handsworth Wood.






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Licensees of this Pub
1920 - J. H. Thompson

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Genealogy Connections
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Black Country Bugle
Black Country Gob
Black Country Society

Not One to Mix with the Riff-Raff in the Bar

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Charles Lamb by Henry Hoppner Meyer
"If I ever marry a wife, I'll marry a landlord's daughter, For then I may sit in the bar And drink cold brandy and water.”
Charles Lamb

Work in Progress

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

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Comic Postcard - Money Matters

Newspaper Articles
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Comic Postcard - Ours is a Nice House

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Bar Parlour Stained Glass


The Young Barmaid by Charles Sillem Lidderdale

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Public Bar Stained Glass

Woman Serving Beer

Brewery Buildings