Kings Head


KING'S HEAD.        High St.         Hadley.

Renovated 2016, 

re-opened as "The Hop & Vine"

            

Photo 1972 copyright  James Tennant,  (james@jrphotography.co.uk)



  
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 RETURN OF LICENSED HOUSES IN THE PETTY SESSIONAL DIVISION OF WELLINGTON 1896

1. Name. King's Head. 2.

. Place. Hadley.   

3. Date of visit.25 July 1896. 

4. Nature of licence. Alehouse 7 day. 

5. When granted. Before 1820.  

6. Owner Edgbaston Brewery Co. Birmingham.

  Occupier Frederick Evans. 

 No changes last 5 years.

7. Rateable value.£17.  

8. Accommodation. 6 rooms downstairs and 5 up. 

9. Stabling. For 6 horses. 

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0. Condition of buildings.House roof requires repairing and ceilings limewashing, stables require 

cleaning and limewashing. 

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1. Nature of trade. Agricultural,Industry and Roadside. 

12. Proximity to licensed houses.  200 yards.      

13. Proximity to dwelling houses. 30 yards.  

14. Distance from Police control. 200 yards to police station. 

15. Date of proceedings. None.          1

6. General remarks.  Tied to owner.

    


    Some licensees,

        1851             Joseph BROWN  [former maltster & victualler  (KD)

        1861             Joshua BROWN (KD & HHD)

        1863             Joshua BROWN (POD)

        1891/95         Frederick EVANS (KD)

        1896             Frederick EVANS;  owners, The Edgbaston Brewery Co. Birmingham (PSR).

        1901             Fred. RICKETTS (PSR).

        1909/17         Thomas ASHWORTH (KD)

        1934             Sarah Jane ASHWORTH (KD)

        1941             Geo. Albert HUGHSON (KD)

        1964             William EVANS (WD)

        2003             James HEYWOOD.  (Enterprise Inns)

        2004             Susan Alice LANE.



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Henry Pope,
8 Mar 2016, 11:56
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