Cross Keys

CROSS KEYS       Haygate Rd       Hadley

Name changed to "Queen Vic" 2011.
(Report in Telford Journal 4 August 2011)

2012,the name has now reverted to "Cross Keys"
 and has re-opened as a  joint pub and Indian restaurant.
"Dileesha's Spice".


 

RETURN OF LICENSED HOUSES IN THE PETTY SESSIONAL DIVISION OF WELLINGTON 1896
   1. Name.  Cross Keys.  2. Place.  Hadley    3. Date of visit.  25 july 1896.
  4. Nature of licence. Alehouse 7 day.  5. When granted.Before 1816
  6. Owner James Evans, Mannerley Lane, Ketley.  Occupier Enoch Evans. No.of changes (last 5 years), None.     7. Rateable value. £16.  8. Accommodation. 5 rooms downstairs & 5 up.
  9. Stabling. For 3 horses. 10. Condition of buildings. House ceilings require limewash, stables require cleaning and limewash. 11. Nature of trade. Agricultural and Industries.
12. Proximity to licensed houses. About 500 yards. 13. Proximity to dwelling houses. Adjoining.
14. Distance from Police control. Near to police station. 15. Date of proceedings. None.
16. General remarks.  None.

    Some licensees
            1828/34        William DRURY (PD)
            1841            William DRURY (census)
            1851            Thomas JONES (KD)
            1861            Thomas JONES  (KD & HHD)
            1863            Thomas JONES  (POD)  Butcher & farmer.
            1868            Thomas JONES  (Slater’s Directory)
            1891/95        Enoch EVANS (KD)
            1896            Enoch EVANS, owner James EVANS, Mannerley Lane, Ketley (PSR).
            1909/17        Mrs Lucy OSWELL (KD)
            1934            William H GREEN (KD)
            1941            Rd.H.D. KEELING (KD)
            1964            George W DRAYTON (WD)
            2003            Louise COLEY.
            2012            Bash & Zab BEGUM (Shropshire Star)

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