Duke of Cumberland, 29 Park street, Digbeth, Birmingham

Birmingham pub history index

Directory of Pubs in the UK, historical public houses, Taverns, Inns, Beer Houses and Hotels in Warwickshire.

Residents at this address.

1835, Duke of Cumberland, 29 Park street, Sl Walker/../../Pigots Directory

The Duke of Cumberland pub was listed as being the premises of George Watts victualler in 1838 he was the husband of Ann Watts who herself ran the pub after his death; *

1849, Duke of Cumberland, George Watts, 29 Park street, Bull ring/../../Whites Directory

1852, Duke of Cumberland, 29 Park street, Ann Watts/../../Slaters Directory

1858, Duke of Cumberland, Ann Watts, 29 Park street/../../Birmingham Directory

1861/Ann Watts/../../../Birmingham Directory

1867/Mrs. A. Watts/../../../Kellys Directory

1875/E. Wheeler/../../../Whites Directory

1881/Jessie Tranter/Publican/24/Birmingham, Warwick/Census
1881/Mary Ann Tranter/Wife/26/Birmingham, Warwick/Census
1881/Margrett Tranter/Mother, Widow/63/Kington, Hereford/Census

1883/Jesse Tranter/../../../Kellys Directory

1891/Frederick Baker/Tin Plate Worker, publican/23/Birmingham Warwickshire/Census
1891/Sarah Baker/Wife, Brush Drawer/20/Birmingham Warwickshire/Census
1891/Alfred Thomas/Lodger, Coppersmith/18/Birmingham Warwickshire/Census

1892/Frederick Baker jun/../../../Kellys Directory

1900/Henry Pratt/../../../Kellys Directory

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