History of the Plume of Feathers on Miles Street at Bordesley in Birmingham in the county of Warwickshire.

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Some history of the Plume of Feathers

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Birmingham : The Plume of Feathers in Miles Street in Bordesley [1983]

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Birmingham : Gathering at the Plume of Feathers in Miles Street in Bordesley [1930]

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Henry and Mary Ann Melhuish kept this pub in the mid-1890s. Henry was also listed in a trade directory as a greengrocer around the corner at No.58 Sandy Lane - a busy man! He and his wife later moved to the Villa Tavern at Lozells.

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Licensees of this pub

1895 - Henry James Melhuish
Note : this is not a complete list of licensees for this pub.

Mitchells's and Butler's

Mitchells's and Butler's Plate

Mitchells's and Butler's Black Satin Sweet Stout

Mitchells's and Butler's Traditional Cask Ales

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Mitchells's and Butler's Special Ale

Mitchells's and Butler's Export Pale Ale

Mitchells's and Butler's Cape Ale

Map

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Related Newspaper Articles

"A general meeting of the Small Heath Alliance Football Club was held last night, in the committee room, Plume of Feathers, Miles Street. The statement of accounts presented by the secretary shows the club to be in a most prosperous condition, and the standing of the club in the field was favourably commented upon. Several influential gentlemen were elected honorary members, and Isaac Westley, Esq., unanimously voted to the position of vice-president of the club. Delegrates were also appointed to attend an important meeting of the National Association, to be held in London next Tuesday."
"Small Heath Alliance Football Club"
Birmingham Mail : February 23rd 1882 Page 2

Birmingham : Small Heath Alliance

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