History and Information on Inge Street at Highgate in Birmingham in the County of Warwickshire.


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Inge Street Pubs

Some history of Inge Street

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"My great great great granddad, Dudley Hands was a baker in 12 Inge St in 1851 [We've been to visit the back-to-backs]. He was next door to a victualler Thomas Johns according to the 1851 census. The other side [number 13] was a provisions dealer. He lived in the house with his wife, 6 children, father-in-law and a journeyman baker. I see from the census that after number 14, another baker, the numbering goes to court 4 number 1, 2, 3, and 4, then number 15, then number 18 before going to Court 6. Could the pub be called the Buried Treasure?"
Teresa Matheson, Birmingham

Birmingham : Plan of Barrel Tavern in Inge Street [1887]

No.11 was a public-house called the Barrel Tavern. I note that Dudley Hands later plied his trade in West Bromwich before moving to Balsall Heath where he returned to the glass trade, an industry in which he was involved during his early career. However, his son Laurence continued to work as a baker.

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Related Newspaper Articles

Birmingham Daily Post : January 12th 1872 Page 6

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