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PERRY BARR

 

BIRMINGHAM CITY ARCHIVES - Perry Barr. First two folios of proceedings concerning a wall and obstructions at Perry Barr. - ref.  MS 3145/288619  - date: Easter term 30 Geo III 1790

 

PERRY BARR BREWERY

 

W H Hollister

Frances White & Co’s Commercial & Trades Directory 1875. Vol II

PERRY BARR BRIDGE

 

See Zig Zag Bridge.

 

PERRY Barr BUS GARAGE

 

If you have any photographs of Perry Barr Bus Garage – Well head Lane, please let me have a copy and I will gladly include them : email perrybarr1@blueyonder.co.uk

 

PERRY BARR CHAPEL

 

Built at a cost of £2,500 in 1891

PERRY BARR COMMON

 

 BIRMINGHAM CITY ARCHIVES - Lease for a year and conveyance. - ref.  MS 3145/58/4 a/b  - date: Date 1822
 Parties: John Bonaker, Abraham Hughes, Charles Grove, William Emery, John Turner. Property: Land enclosed from Perry Barr Common.

PERRY BARR COMMON

 

BIRMINGHAM CITY ARCHIVES - Lease for a year and conveyance. - ref.  MS 3145/58/5 a/b  - date: Date 1822
Parties: Sarah East, William Emery, Ann his wife, John Turner. Property: Land enclosed from Perry Barr Common.

PERRY BARR COMMON

 

BIRMINGHAM CITY ARCHIVES - Receipt from J. Gough to Wyrley Birch for the money awarded by Mr. Bowman for fencing on Perry Barr Common. - ref.  MS 3145/11b  - date: 1819

PERRY BARR COMMON FARM

 

 

 

An Exceedingly Choice Freehold Arable Farm

Surrounded by excellent roads and known as

PERRY BARR COMMON FARM”

Description from the Auction Sale Catalogue for the Perry Barr Estate, Birmingham

1921

 

In the Parish of Perry Barr, Staffordshire

Within 1.1/2 miles of Streetly and 4.l/2 miles of Sutton Coldfield  and comprising of

 

A BRICK BUILT AND ROUGH CAST RESIDENCE

With tiled roof, containing, four bedrooms, bathroom, two reception rooms, kitchen, dairy, scullery, outside W. C.  Companies Water.  Excellent Garden.

The Farm Buildings include: Brick and tiled open Cattle Shed in 5 bays, stabling for nine, granary, wagon shed, chaff house.  Also an old cottage used as a Boiling and mixing house, also an excellent modern cottage, adjoining the Parson and Clerk Hotel, Streetly, containing, Three bedrooms, kitchen, scullery with bath, coal house and outside W. C. Companies water

The whole extending to some

150 ACRES     2 ROODS      12 POLES

Leased to Mr. Isaac Foden, for a term of 7 years from the 25th March 1916, at a rent of £336.10s whereof the sum of £225. 15s per annum is apportioned to this lot

 

The lease contains a covenant as follows:-

 

The Lessee shall give up at any time, on receiving twenty one days’ notice, any lands that may be required by the Lessor for building or development purposes of any description, or for any other reasonable purpose, the Lessor to make a reduction in the rent of thirty-six shillings per acre for any land so taken, and to make the Lessee reasonable compensation for any growing crops or unexhausted improvement in the land so taken.

PERRY BARR CREMATORIUM

 

 

PERRY BARR DISTRICT COUNCIL

 

Formed in 1894

PERRY BARR FLORAL AND HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY

 

President: Hon A C G Calthorpe

Vice President: Mr W M Ellis

Secretary Rev Keeble

Committee: Mr S Brown

Mr J N Brown

Mr Davis

Mr Mitchison

Mr Sheppard

PERRY BARR FREE SCHOOL

 

For Boys and Girls: miss Emma Flowers (Mistress) – See Miss Austin

 

PERRY BARR FREE SCHOOLS

 

Aldridge Road, Miss E J Austin and Jemina Turner

Frances White & Co’s Commercial & Trades Directory 1875. Vol II

PERRY BARR GARAGE

HEADQUARTERS OF B COMPANY

 

The Headquarters of B Company were stationed at Perry Barr Garage during the 2nd World War

PERRY BARR INSTITUTE

 

Held lectures and held social evenings.  This is now the Birchfield Community Library

PERRY BARR INSTITUTE

 

 

 

Tuesday October 19th 1897 at 8 pm

A SALE OF WORK

Will be opened by the Hon. Mrs Somerset Gough Calthorpe on Tuesday 19th October 1897 at 8pm

String Band

Drawing Room Entertainments

Half Hour Concerts

Hat Trimming for Men only

Refreshments

PERRY BARR MEADOW

 

BIRMINGHAM CITY ARCHIVES - Copy appointment and conveyance. - ref.  MS 3145/141  - date: Date 1822
  Parties: Thomas Lane, Wyrley Birch, Henry Samuel Partridge, Richard Congreve, George Barker. Property: Land in Perry Barr, Manor of Witton and property in Erdington, Perry Warren, Bugle Horns, land near Newton, Perry Barr, Spout House Farm, Perry Barr Meadow, Manor of Thorpe Hall otherwise West Wrotham or West Wretham, Norfolk, lands in West Wxetham, East Wretham, Little Hockham, Groxton, Illington and Tottington otherwise Toddington in Norfolk, Hillary Meadow, Perry Barr, Bennetts Meadow, South Field, Bridge Leasow, Lowe's South Field, Bridge House, all in Perry Barr.

PERRY BARR NATIONAL SCHOOL

 

Edith Martin, (Mistress) 1888

 

PERRY BARR NURSERY

 

Charles Collins

Frances White & Co’s Commercial & Trades Directory 1875. Vol II

PERRY BARR RAILWAY

 

BIRMINGHAM CITY ARCHIVES - Printed copy of an Act for Impowering the London and North-Western Railway Company to construct new railways and for vesting in them the undertaking of the Lancashire Union Railways Company and for other purposes, With two amended copies and a copy of the heads of arrangement between the London and North-Western Railway Company and the Hon. Mr. Calthorpe concerning the Soho, Handsworth and Perry Barr Junctions. Also a note from Milward and Co. re. copies of the bill. - ref.  MS 3145/370/8 a-e  - date: 1883

PERRY BARR RAILWAY STATION

 

 

VHandsworth Herald, November 26th 1892

Identification of the Body – Inquest

Late on Friday night last, the body of the woman who was found on the railway at Perry Barr and who subsequently died in the police cell was identified as that of Annie Blakely (25) who parents reside in Walsall.  Deceased left home on the 1st and since the 6th had resided at 23 House, 3 court, Hospital Street, Birmingham.  Mr A Hooper held an inquiry on Monday morning at the Crown and Cushion Inn, Perry Barr.  Joseph Blakely, deceased’s father identified the body and said the deceased left home on the 1st and had not since seen her alive.  Some years ago she had an illness and the doctors said she might eventually suffer from dropsy or heart disease.  Mrs Ashford of Hospital Street, Birmingham said she knew the deceased, and had known her from a child.  Deceased visited witness on the 6th inst. And had since that time resided with her.  When she called on the 6th she said she had just been to see a young gentleman off by train.  She said he was an actor and was named Jasper.  Prior to calling on witness, she had been staying in Howard Street with the landlady’s daughter when jasper lived.  She said she was not going home, and asked to be allowed to stay there.  Witness consented, and deceased went and found a place of employment as a Tailoress in Hurst Street.  She returned between eight and nine every night until Thursday week last when she put in an appearance at 11.45.  She then asked witness’s son to retire as she wished to speak to his mother concerning her Walsall “fellow”.  She then said a young man from Walsall had met her and after speaking to her paid for a bottle of whiskey for her, which she invited witness to drink of.  She then said she had made an appointment with him for the following Thursday.  On Thursday last she left home for work at nine but returned at two saying she had begged half a day off to meet her Walsall fellow.  She left the house at 3.45 and went to new Street Station to meet him promising to return by eleven saying “Don’t sit up, leave the door and I can come in”  Witness had not seen her since.  As she did not return she thought the girl had gone home until on Friday evening when a policeman called on her and she gave all information she could.  During the time she had stayed with the witness, she (deceased) had been sober and clean.  She never complained of illness, and always appeared to be in the best of spirits.  When she left home on Thursday witness believed she had no money because she threw her last penny out for milk.  Cross-examined:  She did know the young man’s name. Richard McCulloch of Birmingham Road, deposed that shortly after eleven the deceased and her male friend, called at his shop and had some fish.  He heard the woman say “Make haste Charlie and bring me some fish for my supper” The young man was not quite sober.  The young man had a light suit of clothes on and was very short.  Leaving the shop they went in the direction of Perry Barr Station.  The woman was under the influence of drink.  Harry Belcher, collier deposed to seeing the deceased in the reading room at Perry Barr asleep on Tuesday prior to her death.  A man spoke to her and fetched her out.  He seemed to know the woman.  In leaving the chair she staggered as though she had had too much to drink.  On Thursday night last, shortly before twelve he again saw her in the Birchfield Road, she was alone and was asleep in the gateway of a large house.  Witness spoke to her but received no answer.  He put her on her feet but she scarce could stand and immediately went into the next garden and lay on the lawn.  He again aroused her, and she dropped numerous little goods which he collected for her.  She ten turned off towards Perry Barr and he saw her some distance down the road, leaving her about 10 past twelve.  When he found her, her dress bodice was unfastened and he fastened it up for her.  Police sergeant Daniels stationed at Perry Barr deposed that at 2.45 am of the 18th inst., he was on the railway bridge at Perry Barr with Police constable Hill.  Hearing moans he went down onto the platform.  The railway gates were open and he had no difficulty in reaching the platform.  He then saw that the signal was down for a train and there was an object lying on the four foot of the down line.  Seeing that it was a woman’s body he removed it and the luggage train passed through almost immediately afterwards.  He satisfied himself that there were no limbs broken and hen lifted her.  He and Police constable Hill steadied her on account of her drunken condition  She said “Don’t drag me” when he was removing her from the metals to clear her of the approaching train.  On the platform she said “Don’t lock me up I can go home.  Let me fasten my dress up and I’ll go home”  In reply to the sergeant she said that she came from Wigan and had friends at Walsall.  On reaching the station he placed her on the bench.  He visited her again shortly afterward and found she had fallen off.  A fire was lit in the stove and the cell was warmed.  Witness saw her again at four and in reply to his question as to how she was going on said “I’m all right”.  He did not place anything under her head.  He then left Police constable Hill in charge, and he (witness) went to bed.  He left orders for extra attention to be bestowed upon her, as he did not like the idea of her being found on the Railway.  After locking the woman up he went to the station again, and found on the line a purse which obtained a half-crown and six pennyworth of coppers.  A cigarette case and hat were found on the platform.  He then went into the waiting room, which was left open, and the chairs appeared as though they had been used.  Witness then saw the pointsman and he said he had neither seen nor heard anyone on the line.  Police constable Lovatt, on Friday morning, was left in charge of the woman, and he was trying to get her ready to go to Handsworth Police Station.  He said he could make nothing of her and witness returned.  Seeing that there was something very serious the matter he telephoned for Dr. Parkes.  The doctor arrived, but life was extinct.  He saw no signs of injury and it looked very much like failure of the heart, and she would go quicker sitting than lying.  He had made very inquiry and failed to hear of any suspicion in connection with the case.  Henry Barnett, station master of Perry Barr deposed to receiving information of the occurrence and subsequently to visiting the cell with the purpose of ascertaining from the prisoner now deceased how she got on the metals.  She, however could give no account of herself and all she said was that she came from Wigan.  He was informed by the porter in charge that the doors and gates were all locked on the departure of the last train.  The deceased could not have been on the line long, for a train had passed along the metals only a short time previously.  The jury considered their verdict in private, and subsequently announced it to be their opinion the deceased had died from “natural causes”.  They added a request that the coroner would communicate with the London and North Western Railway Company calling their attention to the dangerous state of the station when the gates were left open.

Also in the Handsworth Herald November 26, 1892.

Alfred Lagden, was a signal man at Perry Barr Station

Also See Station masters

VMail 23rd December 1895

A fatal accident befell Mark Robins (24) 33 Navigation Street, Walsall, a goods guard in the employ of L. and W Railway Company early yesterday morning.  He was in charge of a luggage train from Birmingham and on arriving at Perry Barr it was necessary to the run the train on to a siding to allow a fast train to pass.  Whilst waiting to pass Robins got out of his box and as a dense fog prevailed at the time, it is supposed that he did not perceive the approach of the 2.30 excursion train from Liverpool to Birmingham and was knocked down by it.  One foot was cut off and he was terribly mutilated.  The remains were removed to the Crown and Cushion to await the inquest tomorrow.

 

VMail – 24th December 1895

The South Staffordshire Coroner (Mr Edwin Hooper) held an inquest at Perry Barr this morning on Mark Robins (24) who lodged at 33 Navigation Street Walsall, who was knocked down and killed by a train at Perry Barr early on Sunday morning.  Deceased who had been in the employ of the London and North Western Railway Company for five or six years was a guard of a special coal train to Perry Barr.  On arrival there at 2.08 am  Alfred Lagden, the signal man directed the deceased, after shunting his train on to the siding between the main lines to await the passing of a special football train from Liverpool to Birmingham before drawing out the engine and brake van and proceeding with them to Bescot.  The excursion which was running at between 30 and 40 miles an hour, passed through at 2.33.  Deceased was then directing the completion of the shunting with his lamp.  A dense fog prevailed at the time.  Two minutes later Joseph Cockayn, the driver, found deceased’s mutilated body lying between the lines on which the excursion had just passed.  Police constable Allen who was called to the spot. Found deceased’s lamp and right foot about 110 yards away from the body.  He believed that when the accident occurred deceased was standing between the metals.  In reply to Mr Stoker, witness said that he could have stood clear of the main line had he wished to do so.  A verdict of Accidental death was returned. (also in the Handsworth Herald 28th December 1895).

Handsworth Herald – 19th November 1892

At. 2.45 on Friday morning, Police Constable Daniels and Police Constable Hill were patrolling Perry Barr, and when passing the railway station they heard moans proceeding from the cutting.  They went to ascertain the cause, and there saw a woman respectably attired, lying in the four foot with her head and shoulders pressed against the metals.  They raised her and then found that she was in a state of semi-consciousness.  No sooner was she removed and got clear of the metals than a luggage train passed along the same set of metals.  It will be seen that a timely rescue was consequently effected.  The woman was assisted to the station and their attended by the police, who, it must be stated are members of the St. John Ambulance Association.  At 9. 0 clock the same morning she asked to be left alone for a few minutes while she put her dress on.  This request was complied with, and on the police again opening the cell door she was found to be in a dying condition.  Dr. Parkes, the police surgeon was telephoned for, but death resulted shortly afterwards.  The woman is unknown and when first found could neither account for her condition nor her presence on the railway.  From her position on the metals and the state of semi-consciousness it might be inferred that she had fallen from a train, and sustained injuries which ultimately resulted in her death.  But doubtless this will be cleared up at the inquest.  The deceased is described as a woman between 30 and 35 years of age, rather stout and of fair complexion, with very prominent front teeth.  She was dressed in a coloured striped bodice and brown linsey skirt.  She wore a black straw postman’s shaped hat, with no trimming.  Information as to her identity is awaited by Sergeant Daniels at Perry Barr Police Station

 

PERRY BARR RAILWAY STATION

 

Thos Richards,

Frances White & Co’s Commercial & Trades Directory 1875. Vol II

PERRY BARR READING ROOMS

 

Manager Charles Windibank

 

PERRY BARR SCHOOLS

 

 

THE CLOSING OF PERRY BARR SCHOOL

To The Editor.

Sir,  Your note of last week with regard to the schools of this district, is calculated to give a wrong impression.  The schools, which we have been compelled to surrender because we are called upon to raise £4,000 are in Handsworth, and not in the parish of Perry Barr.  The writer of your article ought to have know the boundaries of the parishes.  Yours faithfully,

G.H.Sharpe

Aldridge Road

Perry Barr.

PERRY BARR SOCIAL CLUB

 

 

 

1907

Perry Barr Social Club

Dear Sir

A number of friends have for a long time felt the need of a MENS CLUB HOUSE at Perry Barr for purpose of Social intercourse and mutual improvement.  To test local feeling upon the question a Public Meeting was held a the Institute on March 14th last., when it was unanimously resolved to form a SOCIAL CLUB and the following gentlemen elected as a Committee for the purpose:

Councillors W. C. Ghanning

A Lane,

G Baines

W B Winckle

Messrs, F. P. Lightfoot, G W Hinckley, W Wilkinson, T Dutton, T Sayer, A J Harper, C. S. Ashton, A Adams, W Hallett, G. Mitchison, F. Lloyd, H Brown, S. Vaughan, J Drew, A Smith, B. Alderson, F. Hall, J W Miller, F Vaughan, F Pepper, A L Cooper and G. B. Toy

 

This Committee has several times met and now recommend the erection of a suitable building with the view of making a start next Autumn, and they are glad to report that General Calthorpe has kindly offered to lease a suitable site in close proximity to Perry Barr Station.

 

It is proposed that the site and any buildings erected thereon shall be vested in three Trustees, who shall be responsible for seeing that the Club is conducted on strictly non-sectarian, non-political and temperance lines.

 

It is estimated that the sum of at least £200 will be required to set the scheme in operation, and towards this sum very encouraging promises have been received, and an account has been opened at the United Counties Bank Limited at Perry Barr in the joint names of the Chairman and Honorary Treasurer pro. Tem.

 

The Committee now earnestly appeal for your financial help in launching this scheme which they fully believe will make for a well-being of Perry Barr and district.

 

Donations may be paid into the Bank named to the credit of the “Perry Barr Social Club Account” or to any member of the Committee.  All amounts will be duly acknowledged by the Hon. Treasurer.

We are,

Yours faithfully

W. C. Channing, Chairman

W. Wilkinson, Hon Treasurer (pro. Tem)

35 Earlsbury Gardens, Handsworth

C. Andrews, Hon Secretary (pro Tem)

10 Aston Lane, Perry Barr.

June 1907.

All subscribers of 2/6d and upwards will be entitled to attend the inaugural meeting and vote.

PERRY BARR TRAMWAY

 

 

Laid along Birchfield Road, opened for the traffic 25th November 1884.  The steam trams ran to the year 1906.  The first 4 months of 1907 were devoted to constructing overhead electricity.

PERRY BARR UDC

 

Henry Ward was Clerk

1926.

Incorporated within Birmingham and after parliamentary approval the boundary extension became effective from April 1928

PERRY BRIDGE

 

On Oct 17th 1642, The Cavalier Troops rode over Perry Bridge to Kingstanding

PERRY BRIDGE

 

BIRMINGHAM CITY ARCHIVES - Papers concerning the case between Henry Gough and Nicholas Geast re. fishing rights in the River Tame near Perry Bridge. - ref.  MS 3145/200/1-4  - date: 1698-1727  With plan of the River Tame in the part of Perry Barr from Perry Bridge to Priest Meadow, surveyed by Humphery Sparrey. 1720.

PERRY COTTAGE

 

 

 

Perry Cottage

Perry Village

 

Description from the Auction Sale Catalogue for the Perry Barr Estate, Birmingham

1921

 

Occupying an important and valuable business position in Perry Village and overlooking Perry Hall Park.

 

Built of brick with tiled roof the cottage contains: - three bedrooms, boxroom, shop, sitting room, kitchen, store WC etc.

 

The outbuildings comprise: brick and tiled stable with loft, wash house, pig sty etc.  The property stands in a large and productive garden of nearly

Three-quarters of an acre

With long road frontage.

Water from pump, but Company’s water and gas are available.

 

In the occupation of Mr. Henry Hart on a verbal tenancy at a rent of £32.10s. 0d per annum, tenant paying rates.

 

 

PERRY COTTAGE

 

A G McKenzie

Frances White & Co’s Commercial & Trades Directory 1875. Vol II

PERRY COTTAGES

 

 

 

 

Three Perry Cottages

 

Perry Village

Description from the Auction Sale Catalogue for the Perry Barr Estate, Birmingham

1921

Situate in Church Lane, Perry Barr

In the Parish of Perry Barr, Staffordshire

 

Brick built and tiled, each contains:- three bedrooms, sitting room, kitchen E.C. etc., Wash house in rear for joint use of all three tenants.  Small garden to each.  Company’s water laid on.

 

In the occupation respectively of Mr. F Pratt, at a rent of 6 shilling per week (including rates), Mr. W. E. Horton at a rent of 4 shillings per week (including rates, and Mr. S. Talbot, a life tenant, rent for free

 

PERRY COURT

 

Where was this house situated?

PERRY FIELD

 

BIRMINGHAM CITY ARCHIVES - Bargain and sale and feoffment. - ref.  MS 3145/57/3  - date: Date 1675
 Parties: Thomas Buckley, Mary his wife, Henry Gough. Property: Buildings, crofts and lands in Perry Barr called Elner's and Well Croft, Higgfeilds, Perry Feild, Perrywood Moore, Preist Meadow, land in Hacknole Feild, Stonyfeilds, Short lands, Seaven lands, the Sling.

PERRY HALL

 

Was purchased in 1669 by Sir Henry Gough, Knight of Old Fallings, Bushbury.  His son Walter, had a son also named Walter born in 1713, who succeeded the estate in 1730, his son also named Walter succeeded in 1773.

Was purchased by Birmingham City Council in 1928, and demolished in 1931.  The Estate consisted of 14 farms, many small holdings, approx 70 houses and cottages.  Coal Royalties arising out of Hamstead Colliery.  The total rent was £7, 375, per annum.

The estate was over 2,459 acres.  1928 saw the erection of 1,000 homes, College Road, Crossways Lane and Hawthorn Road.

1934- more part of the Perry Hall Estate at Perry Barr were sold and a private development of 2,000 houses were underway.   Prices were £450, with a deposit of £25.

 

Was auctioned in the Grand Hotel Birmingham on Thursday 22nd September 1921

PERRY HALL

 

 

PERRY HOUSE

 

In 1881 – see George Williams

PERRY LODGE

 

 

In 1881 – see Thomas Stevens

PERRY MILL

 

See William Loke

PERRY MILL

 

BIRMINGHAM CITY ARCHIVES - Bargain and sale. - ref.  MS 3145/64/1  - date: Date 1669
Parties: John Parks, Richard Heeley, Robert Girdler, John Hoskins. Property: Perry Mill - a partly decayed water blade mill - and mill pool, Perry Barr

 

PERRY MILL FARM

 

J Loke

Frances White & Co’s Commerical & Trades Directory 1875. Vol II

PERRY OR PARRY

 

 

BIRMINGHAM NEWS                                             May 23rd 1891

(could be Perry or Parry)

Refusing to Quit

John Kenny and James Perry were charged, the former with refusing to quit and the later with being drunk at the Boars Head at Perry Barr.  The landlord requested Kenny to leave and after he had been ejected by the police he returned and was arrested.  Police Constable Miller said that he saw both the defendants in the Boars Head and being asked by the landlord to quit, they refused.  Perry was drunk and tried to rescue Kenny.  Sergeant Gilbride corroborated.  Kenny was fined 5s and costs or in default 7 days.

 

PERRY PONT

 

Remains of a Roman Camp, the stones were used to build other buildings

PERRY VILLA

 

 

 

 

Perry Villa,

Perry Village

 

Description from the Auction Sale Catalogue for the Perry Barr Estate, Birmingham

1921

 

The property occupies a most convenient and sheltered position, just off the main Walsall Road and within easy distance of Perry Barr Railway Station, and the tram terminus of the Birmingham Corporation tramways.

 

The house is substantially built of brick with slate roof and contains on two floors the following accommodation:-

 

First Floor:          Six Principal bedrooms (all fitted with fireplaces). Two secondary bedroom, two dressing rooms, two bathrooms, housemaid’s sink and W.C.

 

On the Ground Floor:            Entrance Hall, Four Reception rooms, lavatory and W.C., kitchen, Scullery, usual offices, Servants’ Hall and Greenhouse.

 

The Outbuildings comprise:                Brick and Tile stable for two, with two loose boxes, harness room, and coach-house with loft.

 

Electric light from own plant.  Company’s water and cesspool drainage.

 

The large and matured grounds, which are a particular feature of the property, being bounded by many fine trees, which afford excellent shelter, comprise:-  Large and productive walled-in kitchen garden, with vinery, fruit garden, lawn, flower garden and Paddock.  Extending in all to over

 

Four Acres

 

The property is leased to Mr. Douglas Hills for a term of 9 years from the 25th March, 1919, at the very inadequate rent of £1000 per annum, tenant doing repairs and landlord outside.

 

 

Well built of brick with slate roof.  The accommodation comprises – four bedrooms, dressing room, bathroom, w.c. two reception rooms, kitchen, offices, cellar, etc.  Standing in a large matured garden.  Leased for a term of 99 years from 29th September 1897 at a ground rent of £8. 16s. 6d per annum.

 

A piece of Freehold Garden Ground

Situate in Aldridge Road, Perry Barr, Staffordshire between Aldridge House and Parkside (the 2 previous lots) overlook Parry Hall Park and would make an exceedingly choice building plot having an acre of the above.  ONE ACRE.

 

Let to Mr W. F. Robinson on a yearly Lady Day tenancy at a rent of £6. 10s. 6d per annum.  The lease contains a covenant as follows:- The tenant shall give up at expiration of 21 days notice any land may be required for gardens, roads, railways, buildings or any purpose whatsoever.  The Landlord to allow a proportionate amount from the reserved rent and compensation for any growing crops which may be taken or injured on lands so required to give up.

 

PERRY VILLA

 

See Julia Ann Snepp

PERRY VILLAGE

 

BIRMINGHAM CITY ARCHIVES - Draft building lease for 99 years. - ref.  MS 3145/358/14  - date: Date 1879  Property: Land at Perry Barr on the road from Perry village to Oscott and Queslett.

PERRY VILLAGE

 

BIRMINGHAM CITY ARCHIVES - Draft building lease for 99 years. - ref.  MS 3145/358/15  - date: Date 1880
Property: Land at Perry Barr on the road from Perry Village to Oscott and Queeslett.

PERRY VILLAGE

 

BIRMINGHAM CITY ARCHIVES - Draft building lease for 99 years. - ref.  MS 3145/358/14  - date: Date 1879  Property: Land at Perry Barr on the road from Perry village to Oscott and Queslett.

PERRY VILLAGE

 

BIRMINGHAM CITY ARCHIVES - Draft building lease for 99 years. - ref.  MS 3145/358/15  - date: Date 1880
Property: Land at Perry Barr on the road from Perry Village to Oscott and Queeslett.

PERRY VILLAGE

 

BIRMINGHAM CITY ARCHIVES - Draft building lease for 99 years. - ref.  MS 3145/358/14  - date: Date 1879  Property: Land at Perry Barr on the road from Perry village to Oscott and Queslett.

PERRY VILLAGE

 

BIRMINGHAM CITY ARCHIVES - Draft building lease for 99 years. - ref.  MS 3145/358/15  - date: Date 1880
Property: Land at Perry Barr on the road from Perry Village to Oscott and Queeslett.

PERRY VILLAGE

 

BIRMINGHAM CITY ARCHIVES - Draft building lease for 99 years. - ref.  MS 3145/358/14  - date: Date 1879  Property: Land at Perry Barr on the road from Perry village to Oscott and Queslett.

PERRY VILLAGE

 

BIRMINGHAM CITY ARCHIVES - Draft building lease for 99 years. - ref.  MS 3145/358/15  - date: Date 1880
Property: Land at Perry Barr on the road from Perry Village to Oscott and Queeslett.

PERRY VILLAGE

 

BIRMINGHAM CITY ARCHIVES - Draft building lease for 99 years. - ref.  MS 3145/358/14  - date: Date 1879  Property: Land at Perry Barr on the road from Perry village to Oscott and Queslett.

PERRY VILLAGE

 

BIRMINGHAM CITY ARCHIVES - Draft building lease for 99 years. - ref.  MS 3145/358/15  - date: Date 1880
Property: Land at Perry Barr on the road from Perry Village to Oscott and Queeslett.

PERRY VILLAGE

 

BIRMINGHAM CITY ARCHIVES - Draft building lease for 99 years. - ref.  MS 3145/358/14  - date: Date 1879  Property: Land at Perry Barr on the road from Perry village to Oscott and Queslett.

PERRY VILLAGE

 

BIRMINGHAM CITY ARCHIVES - Draft building lease for 99 years. - ref.  MS 3145/358/15  - date: Date 1880
Property: Land at Perry Barr on the road from Perry Village to Oscott and Queeslett.

PERRY VILLAGE

 

BIRMINGHAM CITY ARCHIVES - Draft building lease for 99 years. - ref.  MS 3145/358/14  - date: Date 1879  Property: Land at Perry Barr on the road from Perry village to Oscott and Queslett.

PERRY VILLAGE

 

BIRMINGHAM CITY ARCHIVES - Draft building lease for 99 years. - ref.  MS 3145/358/14  - date: Date 1879  Property: Land at Perry Barr on the road from Perry village to Oscott and Queslett.

PERRY VILLAGE

 

BIRMINGHAM CITY ARCHIVES - Draft building lease for 99 years. - ref.  MS 3145/358/15  - date: Date 1880
Property: Land at Perry Barr on the road from Perry Village to Oscott and Queeslett.

PERRY VILLAGE

 

BIRMINGHAM CITY ARCHIVES - Draft building lease for 99 years. - ref.  MS 3145/358/14  - date: Date 1879  Property: Land at Perry Barr on the road from Perry village to Oscott and Queslett.

PERRY VILLAGE

 

BIRMINGHAM CITY ARCHIVES - Draft building lease for 99 years. - ref.  MS 3145/358/15  - date: Date 1880
Property: Land at Perry Barr on the road from Perry Village to Oscott and Queeslett.

PERRY VILLAGE

 

BIRMINGHAM CITY ARCHIVES - Draft building lease for 99 years. - ref.  MS 3145/358/14  - date: Date 1879  Property: Land at Perry Barr on the road from Perry village to Oscott and Queslett.

PERRY VILLAGE

 

BIRMINGHAM CITY ARCHIVES - Draft building lease for 99 years. - ref.  MS 3145/358/15  - date: Date 1880
Property: Land at Perry Barr on the road from Perry Village to Oscott and Queeslett.

PERRY VILLAGE

 

BIRMINGHAM CITY ARCHIVES - Draft building lease for 99 years. - ref.  MS 3145/358/14  - date: Date 1879  Property: Land at Perry Barr on the road from Perry village to Oscott and Queslett.

PERRY VILLAGE

 

BIRMINGHAM CITY ARCHIVES - Draft building lease for 99 years. - ref.  MS 3145/358/15  - date: Date 1880
Property: Land at Perry Barr on the road from Perry Village to Oscott and Queeslett.

PERRY VILLAGE

 

BIRMINGHAM CITY ARCHIVES - Draft building lease for 99 years. - ref.  MS 3145/358/14  - date: Date 1879  Property: Land at Perry Barr on the road from Perry village to Oscott and Queslett.

PERRY VILLAGE

 

BIRMINGHAM CITY ARCHIVES - Draft building lease for 99 years. - ref.  MS 3145/358/15  - date: Date 1880
Property: Land at Perry Barr on the road from Perry Village to Oscott and Queeslett.

PERRY VILLAGE

 

BIRMINGHAM CITY ARCHIVES - Draft building lease for 99 years. - ref.  MS 3145/358/14  - date: Date 1879  Property: Land at Perry Barr on the road from Perry village to Oscott and Queslett.

PERRY VILLAGE

 

BIRMINGHAM CITY ARCHIVES - Draft building lease for 99 years. - ref.  MS 3145/358/15  - date: Date 1880
Property: Land at Perry Barr on the road from Perry Village to Oscott and Queeslett.

PERRY VILLAGE

 

BIRMINGHAM CITY ARCHIVES - Draft building lease for 99 years. - ref.  MS 3145/358/14  - date: Date 1879  Property: Land at Perry Barr on the road from Perry village to Oscott and Queslett.

PERRY VILLAGE

 

BIRMINGHAM CITY ARCHIVES - Draft building lease for 99 years. - ref.  MS 3145/358/14  - date: Date 1879  Property: Land at Perry Barr on the road from Perry village to Oscott and Queslett.

PERRY VILLAGE

 

BIRMINGHAM CITY ARCHIVES - Draft building lease for 99 years. - ref.  MS 3145/358/15  - date: Date 1880
Property: Land at Perry Barr on the road from Perry Village to Oscott and Queeslett.

PERRY VILLAGE

 

BIRMINGHAM CITY ARCHIVES - Draft building lease for 99 years. - ref.  MS 3145/358/14  - date: Date 1879  Property: Land at Perry Barr on the road from Perry village to Oscott and Queslett.

PERRY VILLAGE

 

BIRMINGHAM CITY ARCHIVES - Draft building lease for 99 years. - ref.  MS 3145/358/15  - date: Date 1880
Property: Land at Perry Barr on the road from Perry Village to Oscott and Queeslett.

PERRY VILLAGE

 

BIRMINGHAM CITY ARCHIVES - Draft building lease for 99 years. - ref.  MS 3145/358/14  - date: Date 1879  Property: Land at Perry Barr on the road from Perry village to Oscott and Queslett.

PERRY VILLAGE

 

BIRMINGHAM CITY ARCHIVES - Draft building lease for 99 years. - ref.  MS 3145/358/15  - date: Date 1880
Property: Land at Perry Barr on the road from Perry Village to Oscott and Queeslett.

PERRY VILLAGE

 

BIRMINGHAM CITY ARCHIVES - Draft building lease for 99 years. - ref.  MS 3145/358/14  - date: Date 1879  Property: Land at Perry Barr on the road from Perry village to Oscott and Queslett.

PERRY VILLAGE

 

BIRMINGHAM CITY ARCHIVES - Draft building lease for 99 years. - ref.  MS 3145/358/15  - date: Date 1880
Property: Land at Perry Barr on the road from Perry Village to Oscott and Queeslett.

PERRY VILLAGE

 

BIRMINGHAM CITY ARCHIVES - Draft building lease for 99 years. - ref.  MS 3145/358/14  - date: Date 1879  Property: Land at Perry Barr on the road from Perry village to Oscott and Queslett.

PERRY VILLAGE

 

BIRMINGHAM CITY ARCHIVES - Draft building lease for 99 years. - ref.  MS 3145/358/15  - date: Date 1880
Property: Land at Perry Barr on the road from Perry Village to Oscott and Queeslett.

PERRY VILLAGE

 

BIRMINGHAM CITY ARCHIVES - Draft building lease for 99 years. - ref.  MS 3145/358/14  - date: Date 1879  Property: Land at Perry Barr on the road from Perry village to Oscott and Queslett.

PERRY VILLAGE

 

BIRMINGHAM CITY ARCHIVES - Draft building lease for 99 years. - ref.  MS 3145/358/15  - date: Date 1880
Property: Land at Perry Barr on the road from Perry Village to Oscott and Queeslett.

PERRY VILLAGE

 

BIRMINGHAM CITY ARCHIVES - Draft building lease for 99 years. - ref.  MS 3145/358/14  - date: Date 1879  Property: Land at Perry Barr on the road from Perry village to Oscott and Queslett.

 

 

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