Alexandra


ALEXANDRA.   Slaney St.   Oakengates.


A Free House refurbished in 2005.


The frontage refurbished and tidied up 2011.


Named after Queen Alexandra (1844-1925), the wife of Edward VII.

The sign is not a very good copy of her portrait by Franz Xaver Winterhalter, in 1864.


    
                                 



  
   
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RETURN OF LICENSED HOUSES IN THE PETTY SESSIONAL DIVISION OF WELLINGTON

1.Name.  Alexandra.  2.Place.  Slaney St. Oakengates. 3.Date of Visit. 24 July 1896 4.Nature of Licence. Beerhouse  7 days.  5.When Granted.  Not known, but before 1872. 6.Owner.  J FREEMAN B/hill, Oswestry. Occupier. John STEVENTON,  Number of changes within past five years. None. 7.Rateable value. £14. 8.Accommodation. 3 rooms downstairs and 4 up.9.Stabling. None.10.Condition of Buildings. Fair.11.Nature of Trade. Mining and ironworks & town. 2.Proximity to other Licensed Houses. About 200 yards. 13.Proximity to Dwelling Houses. Adjoining. 14.Position of House with regard to Police Control.  Near Police Station. 15.Date & Nature of Proceedings. none 16.General Remarks.

 Some licensees

    1871                James CULLWICK,  wheelwright & publican (census)
    1881                Jemima PEPLOW, (census).
    1896                John STEVENTON, owner J FREEMAN, B/hill, Oswestry.
    1891 & 1909      John  STEVENTON,  Publican  (census & KD)
    1913/17 & 29     Sidney CORBETT (KD)
    1937                Thomas William WOOD (KD)   
    1941                Noel STANLEY, (KD 1941)
    1956/66            Noel STANLEY (ER)
    2002                Christopher David LOWE.
    2005               Mark & Philippa WHITELAM  (Free House)
    2011                Ian CORBETT.


 

 


 

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Henry Pope,
8 Mar 2016, 07:32
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Henry Pope,
8 Mar 2016, 11:57
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