Slaney's Vaults


SLANEY'S VAULTS         Market St          Oakengates


AKA  "Red Lion",   Popular name-- "Slaney's-in-the-Hole"
 



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

   1. Name.  Red Lion.  2. Place.  Market St.  Oakengates.  3. Date of visit. 24 july 1896.
  4. Nature of licence. Alehouse  6 day.  5. When granted.  Before 1800.
  6. Owner  Executors of late J H Slaney of Wellington.  Occupier  Charles Thomas Basey.
      No changes in last 5 years.
  7. Rateable value. £65-12-6d. 8. Accommodation. 5 rooms downstairs and 5 up. 9. No Stabling.
10. Condition of buildings.  Fair condition.
11. Nature of trade.  Town and Ironworks.
12. Proximity to licensed houses. About 20 yards. 13. Proximity to dwelling houses. Adjoining.
14. Distance from Police control. In town near police station.
15. Date of proceedings. None16. General remarks.  None.

        Some licensees,
            1826-51    George Ellis.
            1828        Edward Tudor. (PD)           
            1861        Richard Holmes   census.
            1896        Thomas Basey. (PSR)  
            1934        Charles Thomas  (KD) 

            1941        Harold Edward Bowen  (KD)  
            1956        Alfred GUTCH  (ER)
            1964        Henry G PERRINS ? (WD)


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