Some history of the White House on Ashted Row at Duddeston in Birmingham in the County of Warwickshire


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The White House at No.44 was located on the southern side of Ashted Row, a few doors from the Parliament House and Saint Vincent's Roman Catholic School. though this building had ceased to be a beer house by the time the school was constructed.

Birmingham : Map extract showing the White House at Ashted Row at Duddeston [1888]

The lifespan of the White House was very short, little more than a decade by the look of it.

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Dating from 1859, this advertisement for the licenses, goodwill and possession of the White House on Ashted Row provides some information on the premises, notably the fact that there was a retail brewery.

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Licensees of the White House

1862 - Elizabeth Pirani
1863 - George Towers
1869 - Thomas Smallwood
Note : this is not a complete list of licensees for this pub.

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Brummagem Boozers

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