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From: "r.deloyde" <>
Subject: Re: [WAR] Stanleys
Date: Fri, 12 Jan 2001 15:00:49 -0000
In the 1952 Kelly's page 1580 there is a
Stanley (Birmingham)Ltd, ladies and children's
outfitters 71 to 73 Colmore Row 3, T A "Stanlistic"
Bhm, 3 Centrel 7528 and 7529 (private branch
> I found a Stanleys clothing shop in Erdington in Yellow Pages and thinking it too much a coincidence<
It is possible that they are the same firm? because in the
1974 Kelly's page 1276 there is a
Stanley`s outfitters ladies "outfitters" 1008 Chester Rd,
And about 1966? the Colmore Row Stanley disappears
and the Erdington Stanley`s appears
I will give a directory (of my choice) to anyone
who has further information on Hugh D`loyde
a licensed Victualler. some time in the early 1800,s,
or any info on the D`Loyde family before 1850,
subject to conformation
----- Original Message -----
From: Jon Bolton <>
Sent: Thursday, January 11, 2001 9:16 PM
Subject: [WAR] Stanleys
> Phyllis BOLTON nee ROBERTS, my paternal grandmother, worked at a clothing shop in the "Arcade" in Central
Birmingham in the 1920s called "Stanleys". The Arcade and shop were bombed during the War but she was sure
Stanleys set up to trade again elsewhere in Birmingham. I found a Stanleys clothing shop in Erdington in
Yellow Pages and thinking it too much a coincidence wrote last year to ask if there was any connection.
Unfortunately I did not receive a reply.
> My grandmother is 93 next month. I thought finding the shop and, who knows, any surviving records or photos,
would come as a surprise. Anybody any information on Stanleys?
> Jon Bolton
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