History and Information on Monument Road in Ladywood at Birmingham in the County of Warwickshire.


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Monument Road Pubs

Some history of Monument Road

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Birmingham : Tram and Shops on Monument Road in Ladywood [c.1915]

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Street Scenes in Monument Road

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Genealogy Connections

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Related Newspaper Articles

"William Patrick O'Sullivan [32], of Monument Road, Ladywood, was remanded in custody until Monday when he was charged at Alcester yesterday with assaulting Mrs. Edna Hallam with intent to ravish at her home in Sambourne Lane, Sambourne. Police Sergeant John Roberts said O'Sullivan called at Mrs. Hallam's home last Thursday and said his trousers had been torn by an accident on a cycle. He asked for a needle and thread to sew on some buttons. He suddenly attacked her, the sergeant said, but Mrs. Hallam escaped and the man ran across fields behind her home. Extensive police enquiries were made. and O'Sullivan was arrested at his home by Detective Sergeant Poole, of the Midland Crime Squad, on Wednesday. At the Birmingham Crime Squad headquarters, the sergeant said O'Sullivan made no reply when questioned. Later at Stratford-upon-Avon police station he was charged and replied, "I have told you the truth." Sergeant Roberts said O'Sullivan had made a statement."
"Man Accused of Attack on Woman in her Home"
Birmingham Daily Post : June 10th 1960 Page 30

Brummagem Boozers

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