History on the town of Stourbridge in the county of Worcestershire. 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.



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List of Pubs
Angel Inn
Barley Mow
Bell Hotel
Black Horse
Blue Boy
Bridge Inn
Britannia Inn
Car and Horses
Carpenters' Arms
Chequers Inn
Coach and Horses
Corn Exchange Vaults
Cottage Inn
Cricketer's Arms
Crispin Inn
Cross Keys
Crown Inn
Duke William
Eagle Vaults
Eagle and Serpent
Farriers' Arms
Foley Arms
Fountain Inn
Fox Inn
Freemasons' Arms
George Inn
Golden Lion
Hands to the Pump
Harvest Home
Hole in the Wall
Holly Bush
Horse and Groom
Jolly Soldier
Katie Fitzgerald's
King's Head
Mount Street Tavern
Nag's Head
New Inn
Noah's Ark
Old Horse Shoe
Old King's Head
Old Pig
Old Pipe Inn
Old Serjeant Inn
Old Star
Old White Lion
Pack Horse
Park Street Tavern
Queen's Head Inn
Railway Inn
Railway Tavern
Red Lion
Red Lion Inn
Rock Tavern
Rock Station
Rose and Crown
Royal Exchange
Royal Exchange Inn
Saracen's Head
Seven Stars
Shakespeare Tavern
Somerset House
Spotted Cow
Star Inn
Star and Anchor
Stepping Stones
Stourbridge Lion
Swan Hotel
Swan Inn
Swan With Two Necks
Talbot Hotel
Three Crowns
Three Tuns
Turf Inn
Vauxhall Inn
Vine Hotel
Waggoner's Arms
Waggon and Horses
White Lion
White Lion Inn
Woodman Inn
Woolpack Inn
Norton [formerly Heath]
Greyhound Inn
Longlands Tavern
Malt Shovel
New Inn
Plough and Harrow
Star and Garter
White Horse Inn

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Welcome to Stourbridge

Samuel Johnson
“Hermit hoar in solemn cell,
Wearing out life's evening grey,
Strike thy bosom, Sage and tell
What is bliss, and which the way.
Thus I spoke, and speaking sighed,
Scarce repressed the starting tear,
When the hoary sage replied,
'Come, my lad, and drink some beer.”
Samuel Johnson

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