History and Information on Lennox Street in Aston Newtown at Birmingham in the County of Warwickshire.

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Some history of Lennox Street

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Birmingham : Lennox Street in Aston Newtown [1965]

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Street Scenes in Lennox Street

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Birmingham : Unochrome Limited in Lennox Street in Aston Newtown [1961]

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Genealogy Connections

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Mitchell's & Butler's - Good Honest Beer

Ansell's Bitter Men - You Can't Beat 'Em


Related Newspaper Articles

"George Jennings [14], polisher, 88, Lennox Street, Aston, and John Roberts [15], filer, 82, Lennox Street, Aston, were charged with stealing 10s, from the till of the shop of Mary Ann Phelps, 80a, Lennox Street. The evidence revealed somewhat remarkable depravity on the part of the prisoners and their friends. The two, in company with four other boys, none of whose ages exceeded 14, were standing outside prosecutor's shop, when, it is alleged, Jennings entered the shop and robbed the till, Roberts subsequently participating in the proceeds of the thefts. The gang then repaired to Jennings's house, his mother being away, and sent for beer and whisky, and spent the day playing at a game of cards known as bank, at which some of the lads lost as much as 2s. each. Jennings further enjoyed himself hiring a tricycle, and riding to and from Sutton Coldfield. Both prisoners were arrested by Detective Inspector Evans, and acknowledged having had some of the stolen money. Jennings, who received a bad character from his mother, was sentenced to 21 days' imprisonment, and five years reformatory, and Roberts was ordered receive six strokes with the birch rod."
"Juvenile Depravity"
Birmingham Mail : May 26th 1891 Page 3

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