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PUB CONNECTION IN THE FAMILY ?? - List your Pub he

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Patricia

Patricia Report 29 Mar 2005 18:21

THE EAGLE, LADBROKE GROVE. LONDON SMITH FAMILY CONNECTION. ANY INFO WELCOME!!!

ALSO THE BATH TAVERN, ASYLUM RD, CAMBERWELL (LEWIS SURNAME) 1901 CENSUS

Susan

Susan Report 28 Mar 2005 14:25

Hi All Just come across my grandparents marriage certificate and my grandfather is listed at the following pub... Foresters Arms Beckside Beverley East Riding of Yorkshire However, I am presuming he did not run the pub as his occupation is shipyard plater and that it was possibly his parents.

Sophie

Sophie Report 28 Mar 2005 14:15

I just found out the some of my Hart rellies lived in the BLUE ANCHOR in ACTON in the 1881 census! LMP :)))))))))

Raymond

Raymond Report 28 Mar 2005 14:12

The Swan Maidstone Kent (next to prison) The Ship Bexleyheath

Elaine

Elaine Report 28 Mar 2005 12:45

Hiya,Hubbys family had THE THREE KINGS INN,Mitcham,Surrey.From the early 1800s right through to 1925 when it was pulled down.Another Three Kings was built on the same site,sad to say that's now closed and is awaiting development.The ROSIER family also had connections with THE BEEHIVE just along the road from The Three Kings,that too sadly has closed down.My boys are gutted that these pubs didn't stay in the family....hmm I wonder why????. Elaine

SheilaWestWilts

SheilaWestWilts Report 27 Mar 2005 16:55

My g-g-grandfather - GEORGE CALLOW THE BLACK HORSE, Abbey Street, Bethnal Green 1860's-1880's approx.

Dawn

Dawn Report 27 Mar 2005 16:29

'Brickmakers Arms' in Walkeringham South Yorkshire. Dawn

Dea

Dea Report 26 Mar 2005 12:04

Hi, Found yet another Pub in the family: PRINCE OF WALES, 120 West Street, MONKS COPPENHALL, CREWE. Anyone know it? - Landlord in 1891 and probably 1881 was Thomas Richardson. Deax

Joanna

Joanna Report 24 Mar 2005 17:32

ggggrandfather George Stribling a blacksmith took over The Lion Inn, Leavenheath Suffolk in 1880s. It was passed down 4 generations to about 1970. Been told that the family was connected to the Hare & Hounds Inn, Leavenheath but not found it yet. Charles Stribling, George's brother ran The Compasses in Boxford, Suffolk

Janice

Janice Report 24 Mar 2005 15:39

looking for family who ran the wheelright arms luton in bedfordshire 1965 and before that, mothers name thelma nee glover then named french.2 sons one brinly 1 anthony any help would be wonderfull thanks Jan

Patricia

Patricia Report 24 Mar 2005 11:14

Two more that I have found are SIMS INN at 34 Sluice Row, Wisbech, and RUTLAND ARMS INN Lynn Road, Wisbech. Both run by HARRY JAMES and his wife CLARISSA JAMES nee MUMBY.

Hilary

Hilary Report 24 Mar 2005 06:34

Rose & Crown Pub in Upwood, Hunts. My gt.gt.grandfather ran it for years in 1800's. Now a private house but still got original windows & doors.

Carrie

Carrie Report 24 Mar 2005 01:24

My Great, Great Uncle's Pub THE HORSE AND JOCKEY, High St, Waddington, Lincoln He was 'William Butler Martin Howden' and it's a Lovely looking building, has a picture of it on Internet (google the name) must visit one day and treat Christine who found out about it for me to a Pub lunch, Thanks Chris. Plus Hubbies third Cousin & Husband owned and run :- THE VICTORIA TAVERN, East Cowes, Isle Of Wight, as on 1891 and 1901 Census's, they were Elvira (Dredge) and Thomas Hunsell from Wiltshire. Carrie

MaggyfromWestYorkshire

MaggyfromWestYorkshire Report 23 Mar 2005 23:50

My ggg grandad George Tate was the victualler/coal merchant of the Canal Tavern in Whitley, North Yorkshire, in 1838. Unfortunately the pub is not there now, so I can't go to raise a glass to him. I also think that my gggg grandad Adam Allinson was the landlord of the White Horse in Ledston, in the early 1800s, but need to dig a little futher yet. This pub is still there. Maggy

*****BMDMAD*****

*****BMDMAD***** Report 23 Mar 2005 22:21

Had a rellie who ran a pub in Oving, Nr Chichester Sussex. family cannot remember the name though. Apparently he was a cooper who was then given the pub to run. His name was William Hutchins. If anyone can help with possible names of pubs in this area it might help jog memories. We think the pub is still there.

Heather

Heather Report 23 Mar 2005 22:12

Horse and Jockey, Coleshill Rd, Bentley, Warwickshire- Inkeeper was John Barnes - about 1871 to 1891

Lynne

Lynne Report 23 Mar 2005 21:55

HENRY WATTS inn keeper at THE SWANN INN in RATTLESDEN area of SUFFOLK late 1800's

Helena

Helena Report 8 Mar 2005 22:26

ROYAL OAK BIGBURY - Publican and Shoemaker JOSEPH FOOT. LOL!!!

June

June Report 8 Mar 2005 22:19

Just to add mine: My Nan's brother William Ager and wife Nellie ran the Castle Inn, Castle camps, Cambridgeshire. June

Lyndsay

Lyndsay Report 6 Mar 2005 20:16

The CROSS KEYS INN in the centre of Knutsford was run by my great Grandfather Thomas Warburton unitl about 1909. The pub is still there now. Lyndsay