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The Bricklayers Arms.
The Bricklayers Arms, 13, The Straits.
N.B. There was also another Bricklayers Arms in Kent Street.
Built pre-1850, the pub was located in Straits Road, near Gordon's Place, this was next to what is now the junction with Masefield Road
The pub was delicensed before 1930 when last the landlady died
The pub disappeared sometime in the 1930s?.
1851, Josiah Hickman. [Staffordshire Gazette]
1871, Josiah Hickman.[Census]
1880, Josiah Hickman. [Kelly's Trade Directory]
1881, Enoch Hickman, age 54, occupation carpenter.[Census]
1891, Enoch Hickman.[Census]
1896, E. Hickman. [Kelly's Trade Directory]
1920s, Betsie Hickman.
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