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No. 8 Bull Street
8 Bull Street, Gornal Wood.
1879: Auction Sale Notice, Dudley Herald.
No.8 BULL STREET, near the Bull's Head Inn,
LOWER GORNAL, in the parish of Sedgley.
To Be sold by AUCTION, by
Mr. John G. Wright, on WEDNESDAY, Next, August 13th, 1879 (by order of the executors of the late Mr. Thomas Greenaway), upon the premises of No.8 Bull Street, near the Bull's Head Inn, Lower Gornal, in the Parish of Sedgley, the whole of the excellent HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and effects, comprising capital Feather Beds, Half-tester and Fourpost bedsteads, Birch and other Dressing Tables, Toilet Glasses and Chamber Ware, Chests of Drawers, and other Chamber Requisites, Brussels and other Carpets, Chimney Glasses in Gilt and Rosewood Frames, Spanish Wood and Horsehair-seated Chairs, Sofas, Mahogany Dining table, and Pillar and Claw Table, fine-toned PIANOFORTE in rosewood case, Timepieces, Clock, Engravings, Case of Birds, Deal Tables, Windsor Chairs and Kitchen Furniture, Brewing Utensils, Garden Seat, and other useful effects.
Sale to commence at 11 o'clock, prompt.
This is an elegant Georgian style brick built house but probably erected in early Victorian times.
In the occupation of Thomas Greenaway in 1871, he died around 1879.
The house was split into two dwellings by 1885, 8a and 8b Bull Street and remained so at least until the 1970s.
It became commercial premises in later part of the 20th Century.