History of the Old Chancellor on Garrison Lane at Bordesley in Birmingham in the county of Warwickshire.

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Some history of the Old Chancellor

The Old Chancellor stood on the northern side of Garrison Lane, close to the Primitive Methodist Chapel.

Birmingham : Sale of the Old Chancellor on Garrison Lane [1914]

I have not researched this public-house in any detail. However, I thought I would upload a photograph so at least there is something to look at. I have also included the names of a few licensees. Oh, and an old newspaper article. So, better than a blank page but a lot of work needed. In the meantime, there is lots of information on Birmingham dotted around the website - click here for a suitable starting place.


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Tavern Check issued by James Heath at the Old Chancellor on Garrison Lane in Bordesley


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Licensees of this pub

1867 - James Heath
1880 - Joseph Williams
Note : this is not a complete list of licensees for this pub.

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Related Newspaper Articles

"Walter Smith was charged with being drunk and violently assaulting Joseph Williams, landlord of the Old Chancellor, Garrison Lane. Mr. Buller prosecuted. About half-past eight o'clock on Saturday night the prisoner went to the inn drunk, and when prosecutor refused to draw him half-a-pint of ale he had called for, he struck him in the face, blackening his eye. He was given into custody, and he made a violent resistance, kicking and assaulting the police. He was sent to gaol for four months with hard labour."
"Unprovoked Assault On Publican"
Birmingham Daily Post : February 20th 1877 Page 6

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