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Re : aerial photos of Miller St. post #5710.
Here are 3 maps from 1950. I've attempted to rotate the first 2 to line them up with the photos a bit better.
Elkington St is at the bottom. The houses within the bottom triangle seem to match.
Again Elkington St is at the bottom, Miller St on...
There's a William & Selina Callow living in Holyhead Road on 1911 census. He is listed as a Gold Bracelet Maker though. One of his daughter's is listed as a Shop Assistant Grocer and another a Shop Assistant Fancy Dealer.
Looks like a proper birth certificate to me. Is it the mention of St Mary's? As it says this a sub-district of Bham, some of which would have been named after a church. Doesn't mean the birth/baptism had anything to do with the church it was named after.
Wikipedia lists some of the Midland Railway stations...
...Lawley St, Curzon St and New St which they shared with the LNWR.
If you do find his record it should list the station he worked at.
Mary Ann Jennings didn't seem to have much luck with husbands.
Married Thomas Edward Jenkins 1892 (died 1903)
Married Thomas Hewson 1906 (died 1908)
Married Leroy George P Yates 1909 (died 1914)
And I think she was married before Thomas Jenkins as well, she appears to be listed as Ball on...