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

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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

Dawn

Dawn Report 27 Mar 2005 16:29

'Brickmakers Arms' in Walkeringham South Yorkshire. Dawn

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.

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

Raymond

Raymond Report 28 Mar 2005 14:12

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

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 :)))))))))

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.

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