Hop Pole Grove Street Heath Town Wolverhampton

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  • #5820


    Blixblox

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    Hi All

    I am trying to find anything I can about the Hop pole Grove street Heath Town Wolverhampton. I have found a couple of references of my ancestors living at 74 Grove street and some references as the Hop Pole 74 Grove Street I do not know if they were licensee or tenant but they seemed to be there for a few years approx. 1893 to 1896 so would not have thought they were just living there

    Has anyone got information of Grove street or the Hop Pole or suggestions of how I can find this info out I would appreciate the info. Thank you in advance Alison

  • #5823


    Billy

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    Perhaps if we knew the names of your ancestors Alison It would be a great help.

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  • #5824


    Blixblox

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    Hi

    Sorry forgot to add the names
    Richard Withers and Mary Ann Withers (Nee Jones)
    Daughter Polly’s birth states Grove Street and other sources state 74 Grove Street

    Thank you

  • #5825


    Billy

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    Sorry Alison can’t find any trace of the name Withers in the licensed trade. nor any mention of the Hop Pole. Suggest you call in or give the Wolverhampton Archives a bell their address is on the internet.
    Billy

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  • #5847


    RiJoJo

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    Hi there
    I have registered to answer Alison’s question.

    If you go here and open (or download) the PDF you will find information about The Hop Pole on page 47.

    http://www.longpull.co.uk/HBCPdownloads/HBCP%20Wednesfield%202.pdf

    I hope this helps.
    cheers
    RJ

  • #5848


    Blixblox

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    Thank you RJ

  • #5887


    Billy

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    This what this forum is all about To help one and other to discover the past. Well done!

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