Birmingham Bankrupts 1820 to 1843

Last Updated on December 9, 2018 Below is a list of people that were declared bankrupt between 1820 and 1843 extracted from The Bankrupt Directory; George Elwick; London; Simpkin, Marshall and Co.; 1843.   Adams Joseph, Birmingham, victualler, May 13, 1831. Adcock Henry Wray, Birmingham, dealer, Dec. 22, 1821. Adcock Henry Wray, Birmingham, gilt toy …

What Led to the Birmingham Riots of 1791

Last Updated on April 10, 2019 History of the Churches and Sects, 1781-1791—Dr. Priestley and Catherine Hutton—Growth of Dissent—The Test Acts—Dr. Priestley and his opponents—Wilful misconstruction—Sympathy with the French Revolution—Gillray’s Cartoon : ” A Birmingham Toast”— An inflammatory hand-bill and its results—Announcement of the Meeting of July 14. in entering upon the religious and political …

Surnames A Wrightsons Directory of Birmingham 1818

Last Updated on October 10, 2018 Aaron Abraham, Great Brooke-street Aaron David, pawnbroker, Edgbaston-street Aaron John, ditto, ditto Aaron Solomon and Co. black lead pencil makers, Digbeth Aaron Levi, watch maker and pawnbroker, Dale End Abberley George, tailor, Exeter-row Abbott Elizabeth, victualler, Navigation-street Abbott Thomas, brass founder and lamp manufacturer, Park-street

Agents and Accountants Wrightsons Directory of Birmingham 1818

Last Updated on October 10, 2018 Broomhead and Co. Beach William Clowes James Creswick Thos. for Sheffield manufactures Fereday Thomas Houghton John, to the proprietors of the Birmingham Canal Hodgkinson John, to the Worcester Canal Co. Hunt Joseph