Compasses



COMPASSES  Inn        Beveley  

One time 'Wrekin Brewery' house.

2003 was named “The Office”,  2004 renamed “Compasses“.


   
 
 
               1973                                     2003                                2009





 
 
                   2000                                        2003                                2009




 RETURN OF LICENSED HOUSES IN THE PETTY SESSIONAL DIVISION OF WELLINGTON 1896
   1. Name.  Compasses.      2. Place.  Beveley.       3. Date of visit. 24 july 1896.
  4. Nature of licence. Beerhouse 7 day.    5. When granted.  Before 1816
  6. Owner & Occupier.  Charles Galliers.         No.of changes (last 5 years) None.
  7. Rateable value. £22.  8. Accommodation. 4 rooms downstairs & 4 up.  9. Stabling. For 3 horses.
10. Condition of buildings. House in good condition and clean.  Stables require repairing and lime-washing.    
11. Nature of trade.  Mining, Ironworks and Agriculture.
12. Proximity to licensed houses. About 500 yards. 13. Proximity to dwelling houses. Adjoining.
14. Distance from Police control.  About 1/4 mile to police station.
15. Date of proceedings.  None . 16. General remarks.  None.


                        Some Licensees
        1851        William PUGH (BD)
        1861 - 81  Thomas BARBER Innkeeper. (1861 Inn not named)    (census)  
                    (1881 Wellington Directory)
        1881   
    Caroline GALIERS  (census)
        1891   
    Joseph BARBER (LOD) **
        1896   
    James TURNER, owner Sir Thomas MEYRICK, Apley Castle (PSR).
        1909   
    Herbert PALIN (KD)
        1913   
    John CHETWOOD (KD)
        1921        J DORRICOTT  (Wrekin Brewery Auction 1921)
        1929        Jn Wesley SAVAGE  (KD)        
        1934        William THOMAS (KD)
        1941   
    George Henry BUTCHER.  (KD )
        1956        John J. BOURNE  (ER)
        1964        Nevill J JONES (WD)
        2002        Peter ATTWELL
        2003   
     Maureen Ann BODEN.

** Joseph BARBER was also listed in "Lowe's Oakengates Directory 1891", as the licensee of The Sutherland Arms.


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