History and Information on Guildford Street in Newtown and Lozells at Birmingham in the County of Warwickshire.

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Some history of Guildford Street

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Birmingham : Guildford Street in Newtown and Lozells

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Street Scenes in Guildford Street

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Guildford Street Pubs

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Related Newspaper Articles

"At the Coroner's Court, Moor Street, Saturday. Mr H. Hawkes opened an inquiry relative to the death of Winifred Whittaker Phillips, 76 years of age, of 27, Guildford Street, who was murdered on Thursday evening by Charles Higgins, a scavenger, in the employ of the Birmingham Corporation, who had for some time previous resided in the house as a lodger. The witness called was Mrs. Eliza Philiips. wife of Theodore Phillips and daughter-in-law of the deceased, and she was only questioned as to the name, age, and date of the death of the murdered woman, to enable the Coroner to make out his certificate for burial. Mr. Hawkes then stated that as adjournment would be necessary in order for the police to complete their case, and also give an opportunity to the person accused of murdering the deceased, if he recovered from the injuries he had inflicted on himself, to attend and hear what the case was against him. He proposed to adjourn the 3rd of August, at two o'clock, if that met the convenience of the jury. One juryman said the date proposed would be very inconvenient to him, as it was the day fixed for the annual trip in connection with the works where he was employed; but it met with the approval of the rest of the jury, and the adjourned inquest was fixed for the 3rd August, the Coroner expressing his regret that the juryman who had spoken must lose his holiday. On enquiry at the General Hospital last night we learn that there is no improvement in the condition of the man Higgins, and his recovery is considered more than doubtful."
"The Guildford Street Tragedy"
Birmingham Daily Gazette : July 22nd 1889 Page 5

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