Some history on Birmingham in the County of Warwickshire

Photographs of Birmingham

Contemporary Photographs

Genealogy Connections

Click here to share your story or memories OR to send a genealogy query

Related Newspaper Articles

"Charles Page, a Birmingham "black-lister," was found by a police-constable drunk last night in Peel Street. He was taken the lock-up and charged at the Victoria Law Courts this morning with the offence, when it was stated that this was Page's thirty-second appearance. Prisoner pleaded that he suffered from weakness in the legs, which could be testified to by the warden at Winson Green Gaol. Mr. E. H. Stringer: Did you suffer from weakness in the legs before or after you were drunk. Prisoner: Oh, before. The magistrates remanded prisoner until Thursday, with a view to seeing if he could be admitted into an inebriates' home."
"Birmingham "Black-Lister Drunk"
Birmingham Mail : July 4th 1903 Page 2

Navigate via Interactive Map

Click here to visit the website's podcast episodes on Spotify

Click here to visit the website's YouTube Channel

Click here for a Pub Quiz

Click Here for the Pub Jukebox

Click or tap here for more information

Brummagem Boozers

Click here to visit the W3C Markup Validation Service