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*Archived*-Pub- run by Lucy Tibbetts (nee Williams)

Postby Nemo » Tue Oct 21, 2008 4:11 pm

Hi Peeps,

Loads of my lot had pubs and one was a Black Country Brewer (if Smethwick counts)...........but trying to track down names of pubs is hard - some of the other sites now charge for access...........so building more pubs into this site( or signposting) could be useful along the way

Anyhow, enough diatribe from me - does anyone know the name of the pub which was run by Lucy Williams/Tibbetts at Old Hill/Slack Hillock in 1841/51; Tibbetts was my 9th cousin 4 removed.

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Re: Pubs

Postby Northern Lass » Tue Oct 21, 2008 4:15 pm

Hi Nemo
sent u a pm :wink:

Just to let you know we have our very own Black Country Genealogy section so any queries on that area stick em in there will ya chuck!
and pubs we are starting to build up a gallery of photos and info. See black country images

and TIBBETTS!!!

I got Tibbetts

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Re: Pubs

Postby peterd » Tue Oct 21, 2008 4:16 pm

if this is her di might be able to help thought i recognised the names

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Re: Pubs

Postby mallosa » Tue Oct 21, 2008 4:20 pm

It just goes to prove how useful BCC is doesn't it? :wink:
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Re: Pubs

Postby Northern Lass » Tue Oct 21, 2008 4:21 pm

Its got to be the Waterfall Pub then hasnt it Waterfall Lane?

Here you go Nemo click on this and scroll down takes you to our Black country images section and the Waterfall pub is there

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Re: Pubs

Postby peterd » Tue Oct 21, 2008 4:40 pm

might be more than one pub along waterfall lane?
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Re: Pubs

Postby Northern Lass » Tue Oct 21, 2008 5:39 pm

Good point Pete....anyone know? any other pubs on Waterfall lane?
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Re: Pubs

Postby mallosa » Tue Oct 21, 2008 5:57 pm

I've had a look on here and can't find any other, you can search for others too:

http://www.beerintheevening.com/pubs/re ... dley+heath
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Re: Pubs

Postby Northern Lass » Tue Oct 21, 2008 6:07 pm

Thinking about it need em on the 41 or 51 census and see where they are living and that will give us a clue wont it?
I am sure I heard of a list of pubs ......Kate!!!
on the census an index of pubs..... :?
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Re: Pub- run by Lucy Tibbetts (nee Williams)

Postby dianel » Tue Oct 28, 2008 5:52 am

By 1841 John, son of Benjamin TIBBETTS and Nancy BOWATER is dead (he died on 7 Feb 1840 at Waterfall Lane, Rowley Regis, but his wife Lucy (nee WILLIAMS) is a 'maltster' at Old Hill. Her son, Frederick (b. abt 1811) is living with her. Also Living at the same address is Henry WILLIAMS, aged 60 (brother to Lucy?), and Sarah ROBBINSON, aged 25 (female servant).

John's brother, Thomas, is at Gosty Hill and there's no indication that he is involved with inns or beerselling.

In 1851 - Slackhillock, Rowley Regis
Lucy Tibbetts Head Widow 65 Inn Keeper, Maltster and Victualler b. Rowley Regis
Edwin Tibbetts Son 42 Farmer b. Rowley Regis
Jane Raybold Niece 14 Scholar b. Worcs., Cradley
Ann Witeeson Servant 22 General Servant b. Staffs., Wednesbury
John Mason Servant 18 Ag. Labourer b. Worcs., B.... Hill
William Siviter Servant 13 Ag. Labourer b. Rowley Regis

Looks like they are doing quite nicely.

In 1861, Edwin 52 is at Waterfall Lane - looks like 'Crow Inn' (?) with his nephew:
Jeremiah Laister Head 27 Victualler b. Staffs., Rowley Regis
Eliza Laister Wife 21 b. Staffs., Rowley Regis
Elizabeth Laister Daur 1week b. Staffs., Rowley Regis
Edwin Tibbetts Uncle 52 Maltster b. Staffs., Rowley Regis
William Bearington Servant 50 b. worcs., Bellboughton
Lucy Budd Servant 46 Nurse b. Worcs., Chaddesley Corbett
Ann Wilkinson Servant 34 b. Staffs., Wednesbury
Edward Cooper Servant 20 birthplace not known
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Re: Pub- run by Lucy Tibbetts (nee Williams)

Postby Northern Lass » Tue Oct 28, 2008 9:24 am

Nice one Di!
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So the Crow inn?

anyone heard of that one?
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Re: Pub- run by Lucy Tibbetts (nee Williams)

Postby mallosa » Tue Oct 28, 2008 10:55 am

Northern Lass wrote:Nice one Di!
:wink:

So the Crow inn?

anyone heard of that one?
:?


Just had a look but can't find any info, could it possibly be 'The CROWN Inn' ?
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Re: Pub- run by Lucy Tibbetts (nee Williams)

Postby Northern Lass » Tue Oct 28, 2008 11:49 am

Could be we need a local lad with local knowledge born about .....well zillions of years ago.....let me think

Rob!....

is there a pub or was there on Waterfall lane called the crown!

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Re: Pub- run by Lucy Tibbetts (nee Williams)

Postby Rob » Tue Oct 28, 2008 12:39 pm

It's at the bottom of Waterfall Lane i think on the corner of Halesowen Road.
An old workmate of mine from my building site days used this pub.
He came from Grange Road(old Tory Street).Well known in the Black Country as one of the roughest streets around.Policemen only ventured there in two's!!

I wonder if there's a connection with my Williams'?
Hmmmm
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Re: Pub- run by Lucy Tibbetts (nee Williams)

Postby Northern Lass » Tue Oct 28, 2008 12:47 pm

nice one Rob!

local lad makes good!
:lol: :wink:

Ok well now I wonder if it is your Williams connection this Lucy
shall we delve?
if so stick a post on! come on Rob me sweet you know the drill!

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