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Dog and Duck, Bayley Lane

These premises have been known by different names during their history:FROMTONAME
1693?ROYAL EXCHANGE
17561770DOG and DUCK
17701773CROSS GUNS
1773presentGOLDEN CROSS
Golden Cross This name is a reference to duck hunting. In 1756 4 soldiers were billeted here. In1770 a Birmingham gunsmith acquired a public house at the corner of Bayley lane and Hay Lane called the Dog and Duck, which he renamed the CROSS GUNS. This later became the Golden Cross. In 1693 a document records the purchase of the ROYAL EXCHANGE which forms "the Hay lane corner-house there with Bayley Lane" which is probably the same property.

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