Unidentified Premises


Unidentified Premises

Names not known for these premises---

BEER HOUSE,     The Brook,        Ketley.
Extract from the “Shrewsbury Chronicle” 21 July 1854.
Noah & Susan CORBETT sued for wilful damage at the Public House of Thomas PRICE, at the Brook, Ketley. 
Case dismissed.
        1851        Thomas PRICE (BD)

BEER HOUSE         Bush House (?)         Mossey Green      
(1840 Tithe map, plot 1108)
        1840        James HULSTONE (TIK).

BEER HOUSE  Church St. Oakengates
        
        1861 Census         John PEPLOW Grocer, Timber merchant, Surveyor.

BEER HOUSE ?  27 Church St.  Oakengates

        1871 census,         Ann MATHEWS,  “Brewer Woman”.

PUBLIC HOUSE  Shepherds Lane  Potters Bank. 
(1840 tithe map, plot 844,  opposite White Horse)

        1840        Thomas GRICE  (TIK)

PUBLIC HOUSE, Holyhead Road Ketley.
No name given, 
shown on 1840 Hadley Tithe map as being alongside The Unicorn. Plot 801.

PUBLIC HOUSE, The Watling Street, Donnington.

                16th May 1789
        On 7th May a fire broke out at Widow Pearce’s Public House at Donnington in the Watling     Street.  (From Newspaper extracts from P LUTER)


UNNAMED OFF LICENCE,      Trench lock.

RETURN OF LICENSED HOUSES IN THE PETTY SESSIONAL DIVISION OF WELLINGTON 1896
   1. Name.    No name on register.    
  2. Place.  Trench Lock.
  3. Date of visit.  26 July 1896.  
  4. Nature of licence. Off licence beer house.
  5. When granted.  Before 1872.
  6. Owner & Occupier Joseph Corbett    
 No.of changes (last 5 years)   None
  7. Rateable value. £11-8s.
 8. Accommodation. 3 rooms downstairs and 2 up. 
9. Stabling. 2 horses.
10. Condition of buildings.  House requires walls cleaning and ceilings lime-washing. Stables require cratch and manger cleaning and lime-washing.
11. Nature of trade.  Ironworks. 
12. Proximity to licensed houses.  About 20 yards.
13. Proximity to dwelling houses.  Adjoining.
14. Distance from Police control. 1/4 mile to police station.
15. Date of proceedings. None. 
16. General remarks. None. 

Licensee
1896    Joseph CORBETT (PSR)


UNNAMED OFF LICENCE,  The Nabb.


RETURN OF LICENSED HOUSES IN THE PETTY SESSIONAL DIVISION OF WELLINGTON 1896
   1. Name.  No name given on register.
  2. Place.  The Nabb.
  3. Date of visit.  1 August 1896
  4. Nature of licence.  Off licence Beer house.
  5. When granted.  Before 1872
  6. Owner & Occupier  William Burns.   No.of changes (last 5 years) None.
  7. Rateable value.  £12.
  8. Accommodation.  3 rooms downstairs and 2 up.   9. Stabling. None
10. Condition of buildings.  Fair condition.
11. Nature of trade. Nining and Ironworks.
12. Proximity to licensed houses. Adout 500 yards.
13. Proximity to dwelling houses. Adjoining.
14. Distance from Police control. About 1/2 miles to police station.
15. Date of proceedings.   None.   16. General remarks. None.
    
   Licensee
         1896    William BURNS (PSR).
         1901    William BINNS (sic),  (Same person??)  (PSR). 


UNNAMED PREMISES,     Wrockwardine Wood  
 
    July 1825    Qt. Rolls 303/55   
    William ROBINSON of Wrockwardine,
breaking conditions of Alehouse.     
    received £2 fine and 6/6d costs. (QSR)



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