Station

STATION HOTEL     Market St.  Oakengates

(One time known as The TALBOT).


        


RETURN OF LICENSED HOUSES IN THE 
PETTY SESSIONAL DIVISION OF SHIFNAL

1.Name.Station Hotel. 2.Place. Oakengates. 3.Date of Visit.24 july 1896  
4.Nature of Licence,  Alehouse 7 days.  5.When Granted.  Not known but before 1800
6.Owner George DAVIES (Ketley Bank). Occupier Isaac HARRIS 
Number of changes within past five years  2.
7.Rateable value £50.  8.Accommodation.  4 rooms downstairs and 6 up. 9.Stabling. For 4 horses.  
10.Condition of Buildings. Stable requires new manger, cleaning & lime-washing. 
11.Nature of Trade.Mining.  
2.Proximity to other Licensed Houses.  About 20 yards.  13.Proximity to Dwelling Houses. Adjoining. 
14.Position of House with regard to Police Control. Near Police Station. 
15.Date & Nature of Proceedings. none. 16.General Remarks

    Some licensees
   
        1868-73     HARRISON Ann
        1873-93     SADLER William
        1893-96     HARRIS Isaac
        1901-05     SHINGLER Samuel
        1901             Owner George DAVIES, Ketley Bank (PSR).
        1902            Owner Wrekin Brewery Co
        1905-09     CHEATLE Thomas Arthur
        1909-15     NEEDHAM William
        1915-22     HYDE Samuel
        1922-31     DAVIES George
        1931-39     SHEPHERD Baden
        1939-58     McKIM Robert
        1956             McKIM Elizabeth
        1958-75     HARRIS Horace Vincent
        1975             JOHNSON Jeffrey
        1975-76     MILES John James
        1976-77     BENNETT Charles David
        1977-88     WILLIAMS Ivor Kenneth
        1988             PINCHER John Edward
        1988-89     MUNTON George Edward 
        1989-90     HINSLEY Victoria Jane
        1990-2001      MUNTON George Edward (died 9 May 2011)
        2001         BRADNAM Philip Kenneth
 


STATION INN      Market St.  Oakengates.

AKA, The Full Station Inn (1891 census)

Was on the lower end of Station Hill, near the site of the LMS railway station, this now lies under the 
Eastern Primary bridge at the start of Station Hill.


             

                                   Looking across the railway crossing at the top of Market St. circa. late 60s.




Old Postcard looking down Station Hill, 1940s.?




Building to-day, no longer a pub, looking from under the Eastern Primary road bridge.



RETURN OF LICENSED HOUSES IN THE PETTY SESSIONAL DIVISION OF SHIFNAL

1.Name. Station Inn. 2.Place.Market St.  Oakengates. 3.Date of Visit.24 July 1896
4.Nature of Licence.Beerhouse 7day. 5.When Granted. Not known but before 1864.
6.Owner & Occupier. Jane EDWARDS  Number of changes within past five years. One.
7.Rateable value.£17-10s. 8.Accommodation. 3 rooms downstairs & 3 up.
9.Stabling. None. 10.Condition of Buildings. fair condition.  11.Nature of Trade.Mining, Ironworks & Town. 12.Proximity to other Licensed Houses. About 40 yards. 13.Proximity to Dwelling Houses. About 20 yds. 14.Position of House with regard to Police Control. Near Police Station.
15.Date & Nature of Proceedings. none 16.General Remarks. none


Some licensees
    1881      Arthur EDWARDS  Beer Seller Licensed Victualler  (census).
    1891      Arthur EDWARDS.  (LOD 1891)
    1896      Jane EDWARDS (PSR)
    1934      Albert MERRINGTON (KD)


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