History and Information on Great Tindal Street in Ladywood at Birmingham in the County of Warwickshire.


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Great Tindal Street Pubs

Some history of Great Tindal Street

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Birmingham : Grocery Shop on the corner of Great Tindal Street and Saint Vincent Street in Ladywood [c.1912]

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Related Newspaper Articles

"William Jacques [49], of Great Tindal Street, Ladywood, pleaded not guilty at Birmingham Magistrates' Court yesterday to maliciously wounding Helen Jacques, also known as Helen Carlin. The hearing was adjourned until September 22nd, for the prosecuting solicitor to be instructed. Bail was allowed. Detective Sergeant Peter Kilner said Jacques, a widower, had for some years been living with the injured woman, who was separated from her husband. The previous evening a quarrel had arisen between them, he alleged. Jacques took a knife and stabbed the woman twice in the left upper-arm and once in the side. The injuries were not serious, and the woman had been discharged from hospital earlier yesterday. Jacques told the Court the wounding was not intentional."
"Man Says Wounding Was Unintentional"
Birmingham Daily Post : September 12th 1959 Page 24

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