Some history of the King's Head Inn on Allison Street at Digbeth in Birmingham in the County of Warwickshire

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In 1841 Mary Tunstall was running the King's Head Inn along with her daughters Elizabeth and Mary. Next door was the butcher William Wildgoose.

Birmingham : King' Head with 64-65 Allison Street at Digbeth [c.1905]

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Birmingham : Sale of the lease for the King's Head Inn on Allison Street at Digbeth [1837]

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Licensees of the King's Head Inn

1822 - William Fisher
1829 - William Smith
1839 - W. Godwin
1841 - Mary Tunstall
1841 - James Reeves
1845 - Thomas Reeves
1852 - Henry Reeves
Note : this is not a complete list of licensees for this pub.

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Gooch Estate Plan Showing the Bricklayers' Arms and the King's Head Inn on Allison Street in Digbeth in Birmingham [1875]

This is an extract from a plan dated 1875 that was drawn up for the Gooch Estate, a large landowner in this part of Birmingham. The Bricklayers' Arms can be seen on the north corner of Allison Street and Coventry Street. The King's Head Inn was a short distance away on the opposite side of Allison Street.

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