History of the Rodney Inn on Coleshill Street in Birmingham in the county of Warwickshire.


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Some history of the Rodney Inn

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Birmingham : Rodney Inn and Concert Hall in Coleshill Street [c.1865]

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Licensees of this pub

1846 - Henry Holder
Note : this is not a complete list of licensees for this pub.

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Related Newspaper Articles

"A very gratifying testimonial has been presented by the Railway Guards' Friendly Society to Mr. Holder, as a mark of their respect for his uniform liberality, especially the kindness with which he has on several occasions gratuitously placed his establishment at their disposal for benefit concerts. The testimonial consists handsomely-chased silver tea and coffee service, supplied by Messrs. Collis and Co., and bearing the following inscription : "Presented to Mr. Henry Holder, proprietor of the Rodney Music Hall, Coleshill Street, Birmingham, the members of the Birmingham District of the Railway Guards' Universal Friendly Society, as a mark of the high esteem in which he is held by the whole of the members, for his kind and liberal conduct in placing at their disposal his establishment gratis, for five years, in aid of the funds of the Society and they also wish to express their gratitude to Mrs. Holder for her kind and courteous manner upon all occasions. May 15th, 1855."
"Local Intelligence"
Aris's Birmingham Gazette : May 28th 1855 Page 2

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