Rose & Crown


ROSE & CROWN,   Holyhead Road,  Ketley Bank.


  
 
                    What a way to decorate a pub! 2004                                  


 
                        Sanity returns!  2005
 
   


 
 
 


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

                                          1. Name.  Rose & Crown.  2. Place.New Rd.  Oakengates. 

  3. Date of visit. 24 July 1896


  4. Nature of licence.  Alehouse 7 day.    5. When granted. Before 1800.

                        6. Owner Sir T. Meyrick, Apley Castle.    Occupier  Enoch Watkiss (sic).  Two changes in last 5 years.

 


                        7. Rateable value. £15-15s.  8. Accommodation. 6 rooms downstairs and 4 up.    Stabling. For 2 horses.

10. Condition of buildings. House clean and in good repair, stabling requires cleaning, repairing & lime-washing.

11. Nature of trade. Mining, Ironworks & Roadside.

12. Proximity to licensed houses. 3/4 mile.  13. Proximity to dwelling houses. 10 yards.

14. Distance from Police control. About 1/2  mile to police station.

15. Date of proceedings.  None.    16. General remarks. None.


    Some licensees,

        1861      Thomas WOOD Innkeeper (census).

        1868      Thomas ELLIS  (Slater’s Directory)

        1871      Thomas ELLIS, (census).

        1881      Thomas ELLIS (census)

        1891      Thomas ELLIS Innkeeper (census).

        1895      Mrs Emma ELLIS (KD)

        1896      Enoch WATKISS (sic), owner Sir Thomas MEYRICK, Apley Castle (PSR).

        1909      Enoch WATKINS (jnr) (KD).

        1913      Enoch MERRINGTON (KD)

        1934      Fras. Geo. L. GROOM (KD)

        1941      George Cecil GROOM,  (KD 1941)

        1956      Minnie S. GROOM  (ER)

        1964      Minnie S GROOM (WD)

        1980s    Ray HILL

        2003      Joanna Adele HALL

        2005      Anthony  LOVEITT

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