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Early Maps of Birmingham

medaver

New Member
Looking for a source of maps that show Thimble Mill Lane in 1861 and Rose terrace, Thimble Mill Lane in 1871. Any advice appreciated.
 

brummy-lad

master brummie
Looking for a source of maps that show Thimble Mill Lane in 1861 and Rose terrace, Thimble Mill Lane in 1871. Any advice appreciated.
Rose Terrace according to the 1871 census was between No. 166 and 167, possibly before the house numbers were changed to even one side of the road to odd on the other side. The only map I have with house numbers is from 1950 and does not show 165 or 167. Our member Mike Jee may be able to help if he sees this request.
 
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