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

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Seren fach

Seren fach Report 2 Mar 2005 15:27

My great great grandparents ran the Blue Anchor Inn, Buckley Flintshire 186? -187? My great grandparents, (one their daughter) ran the small village pub 'The Tavern' in Alltami Mold Flintshire (1881 census). Both are still open. Joan

WarwickshireLassie

WarwickshireLassie Report 2 Mar 2005 15:28

My great great grandparents were licencee of Fox and Hen Pub, Bascote Heath, Warwickshire from 1870's until after 1901.

Dea

Dea Report 2 Mar 2005 15:30

Fern, See what you mean about ?? Arms - had a quick look + gave up. Just googled your details and it came up with MALSTERS Arms and a website: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~kayhin/72227.html - didn't read it all but lots of info which you might find useful. Regards, Dea. P.S. Just looked at my message and it has not put in the full web address I wanted to tell you about. If you want it - send me your e-mail address and I will send it direct. Dea. x

Sheila from Canada

Sheila from Canada Report 2 Mar 2005 15:50

Hi: Great question, I have been trying to get more info. on my Great Grandfathers Pub. It was called THE EXCHANGE TAVERN. My G. Grandfather was Wm. Hogg. His wife was Janet Hogg, (nee Young) . I have a picture of it dated C 1905. My Grandmother is also in it, her name was Euphemia Hogg. It was in Dalkeith, Scotland, now gone. Anybody know anything about it? Thanks Shiela

June

June Report 2 Mar 2005 16:04

Mine are, BLACK HORSE INN, Nettleham, Lincolnshire 1881-1901(poss later) Thomas Bows HORSE & GROOM, Digbeth, Birmingham 1901 Charles Clements June x

Unknown

Unknown Report 2 Mar 2005 16:19

The BLUE BELL, Langham run by Massingham ancestors early 19th century The CROWN, Northwold (1932-3) The WHITE/BLACK HORSE (there's one of each) in Hertford early 1930s? Husband's family: The PAKENHAM , Calthorpe Street - still there, painted bright yellow with hanging flower baskets - near the FRC. Ran by various family members 1920s-30s. The BRICKLAYERS ARMS Southwark 1901. nell

JenRedPurple

JenRedPurple Report 2 Mar 2005 16:51

Hi, mine's more recent: The Kings Arms, Llanvetherine near Abergavenny, Gwent - in the 80s. My friend's late father (William D'Arcy) ran it and she would like info on him please. Thanks. Jen

Maureen

Maureen Report 2 Mar 2005 16:52

What a great idea......My g/g/uncle ran a Pub called the Yachtsmans Arms, in Brightlinsea, which I believe is in Essex (not too sure about that) He was born in 1857 and his name was John Sawyer, don't know when he died sadly. He was born in a place called Bures in Suffolk or Essex ....Thanks for suggesting this list...Wonderful...Best Wishes Maureen

Margaret

Margaret Report 2 Mar 2005 17:20

TOWN HALL INN< Ashton-under-Lyne Lancs The Bull's Head Monyash Derbyshire The Old Ball, Ashton-under-Lyne, Lancs

DIZZI

DIZZI Report 2 Mar 2005 17:49

Mines the Armstrong Gun Englefield Green Surrey, Henry Finch 1930s Trouble is i don't know which brother of my g/grandads,that he's the son of !!! Don't even know haw old he was.

An Olde Crone

An Olde Crone Report 2 Mar 2005 19:00

Mine is the DERBY ARMS or DERBY INN, known as the TOP DERBY to distinguish it from another Derby Arms in the same road! This was in Barnes Green (Blackley?) Manchester. My 2 x Gt Grandparents, THOMAS AND ELIZA BELL had it for over forty years, Eliza was still there as a widow in 1895 (TD). Marjorie

Sandra

Sandra Report 2 Mar 2005 19:06

Think it was great grandad kept the Stags Head in Yorkley, Glos and then moved onto the Bell Inn, Horsley, Glos. Apparently he drank all the money away!

Anne

Anne Report 2 Mar 2005 19:11

My List is as follows.. The Wheatsheaf Waterbeach Cambridgeshire around 1900. The Railway Inn [I think] Histon Cambridgeshire a bit later than that . Any comments? Anne

Anne

Anne Report 2 Mar 2005 19:11

My List is as follows.. The Wheatsheaf Waterbeach Cambridgeshire around 1900. The Railway Inn [I think] Histon Cambridgeshire a bit later than that . Any comments? Anne

Sane Jayne

Sane Jayne Report 2 Mar 2005 19:12

The Park Brewery Tap- Cage Lane, Plumstead, in 1880's Name of Topping The Hero - Burnham Overy Staithe, Norwich between 1933-1937 Name of Baughan The Ship - Plumstead Common Rd, Plumstead in the 1930's, Name of Hills Still trying to find out another in the Old Kent Road, London. Jayne

Amanda,

Amanda, Report 2 Mar 2005 19:38

Just to add mine: Bell Inn, Collier Row, Essex also known as Bell & Gate. Thomas Brooks 1878 - 1906. Great idea. Amanda

Vivien

Vivien Report 2 Mar 2005 21:33

Lord Raglon Slade Green, Kent. Name of Wyatt.

June

June Report 2 Mar 2005 21:35

My Great grandfather ran the Red Lion Pub, The Green, Preston, Hertfordshire in 1901. he was Clement Edward Wightman his wife was Emma Eliza June

Shirley

Shirley Report 2 Mar 2005 21:59

My husband's ancestors were running a pub called KING HENRY V111, King Henry Walk just off the Balls Pond Road, Islington in 1851. Edward Foley was 41 b Lambeth Wife Maria age 37 St Georges Hanover Sq. The children were born either Bermondsey or Islington. They had moved to Essex by 1871 but I have not been able to find them in 1861. When I went up to the LMA I tried to find out about them but the licenses started after 1851. Shirley

Suzzanne

Suzzanne Report 2 Mar 2005 22:20

SEVEN STARS at 76 Oxford Road, Aylesbury, Bucks - Henry Stevens 1881-1891 BUCKS HORN at Greenstead Road, Colchester, Essex - George Wolton PUNCHBOWL INN at Combs, Suffolk - Makens and Dickerson families - from about 1827 onwards Suzzanne