Caledonia

CALEDONIA     Lion / Oxford St. Oakengates.  

AKA "The Claddargh"

Building dated 1849.

(Named after a locomotive used during the construction of the railway through Oakengates in the 1840s). Renamed "The Claddagh" 2006. 

                      

               
                        
                                              As "The Cally"   2002





 As "The Claddargh" 2009. 






Closed and Derelict.  May 2015.


RETURN OF LICENSED HOUSES IN THE  

PETTY SESSIONAL DIVISION OF SHIFNAL 1896.

    1.Name.Caledonia.  2.Place.  Oakengates.  3.Date of Visit. 24 July 1896. 

    4.Nature of Licence. Alehouse 7 day .When Granted. Not known but before 1846. 

    6.Owner.Frederick MARRION. Occupier. Mary Ann MARRION. No changes  within past five years. 

    7.Rateable value. £55 - 5s. 8.Accommodation.5 downstairs, 8 up. 9.Stabling. 10 horses 

    10.Condition of Buildings. In good condition. 11.Nature of Trade. Mining. 

    12.Proximity to other Licensed Houses. About 10 yards. 13.Proximity to Dwelling Houses. Adjoining. 

    14.Position of House with regard to Police Control. Near Police Station. 

    15.Date & Nature of Proceedings. Sept 5 1890, keeping house open during prohibited hours, 

                fined £5, costs 11s6d.    Against present occupier. 

    16.General Remarks.

      


    Some licensees

    1851      Benjamin MARRION (HGD).

    1861      Mary MARRION, victualler (census & HHD).

    1891      Mrs Mary Ann MARRION (widow)(KD & census).

    1902      Mary Ann MARRION, owner Fred. MARRION. (SRB)  rateable value £85.  Rental £100.

    1913      William Alfred BREAKWELL  (KD)

    1934      Alex. M.WATSON (KD)

    1941      Mrs Lily Mary SHEPPARD,   (KD 1941).

    1950s    Mr & Mrs Baden SHEPHERD, (Oakengates Official Guide c. 1957).

    1956      Isaac B. SHEPHERD  (ER)

    2010      Tricia B. WALKER

 


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