Some history of the Moilliet Arms Inn on Cranford Street at Smethwick in the county of Staffordshire.
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"Mr. H. A. Pearson, on Monday, held an inquest at the Moilliett Arms Inn, Smethwick, concerning the death of Elsie May Wright,
aged four months, daughter of Elizabeth Wright, now an inmate of Burntwood Lunatic Asylum, but who formerly resided with her parents in Cranford Street. The
grandmother of the deceased stated that the infant had been in a weak condition since birth. She, however, admitted that she fed the child with arrowroot, pearl
barley and milk. Dr. Motteram, who had made a post-mortem examination of the body, attributed death to improper feeding, and the jury returned a verdict
"Death from Improper Feeding"
Leominster News : June 19th 1903 Page 2