History of The Stork on High Street Aston in Birmingham in the county of Warwickshire.

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Some history of The Stork

Originally listed in New Town Row, the Stork Inn was later included in listings for High Street Aston. The building was located on the western side of the High Street, on the northern corner of Asylum Road.

Birmingham : The Stork on the corner of High Street Aston and Asylum Road [c.1960]

I would imagine that the pub dates from the mid-1850s as the land at the junction of what was known as Walmer Road and Bread Lane and the junction of Asylum Road was auctioned in April 1854.

More information on The Stork to follow.



Licensees of this pub

1868 - Mark Lees
1896 - William Barnes
1917 - George Baker
1927 - Charles Henry Tyler
1940 - Herbert Newtown Rice
1948 - 1961 John Mathers
1961 - 1966 Arthur Taylor
1966 - 1966 Dorothy Jones
1966 - 1966 Francis Lucas Charles
Note : this is not a complete list of licensees for this pub.

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Genealogy Connections

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