Bell Inn, 112 Steelhouse lane, Birmingham

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Phoebe Adams listed at the Bell Inn at 112 Steelhouse Lane, Birmingham, was the wife of Alexander Adams whose death notice shows him “of the Bell Tavern”. As their youngest child was buried in 1816 and the address at that time was Steelhouse Lane, I am assuming that Alexander was at the inn at that time. *

1839/Phoebe Adams/../../../Pigots Directory

1849/Chas. Maybury/../../../Whites Directory

1852/George Maund/Bell, 78 Steelhouse lane/../../Slaters Directory

1861/Sarah Maund/../../../Birmingham Directory

1867/Peter Howells/../../../Kellys Directory

1875/Sarah York/../../../Whites Directory

1881/Thomas Short/Licensed Victualler/30/Birmingham/Census
1881/Eliza Short/Wife/28/Hatfield, Hereford/Census
1881/Anny Elizabeth Short/Daughter/9/Birmingham/Census
1881/Nellie Short/Daughter/7/Birmingham/Census
1881/Thomas Short/Son/4/Birmingham/Census
1881/Emily A Short/Daughter/2/Birmingham/Census

1883/James Payne/../../../Kellys Directory

1891/Frances Ambler/Publican & Licensed Victualler, Widow/66/Birmingham Warwickshire/Census
1891/Sarah Ambler/Daughter, Publican & Licensed Victualler/29/Cross Gates, Leeds Yorkshire/Census

1892/Mrs Frances Ambler/../../../Kellys Directory

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