The OLD BOROUGH ARMS
was on Chickerell
Road, at corner of Tennyson road, Weymouth. Now called Moose Lodge.
David Fisher locates Feb 2013.
A gathering outside the Queens Hotel - John Brennan
This turns out to be at Manchester Road, Hollinwood, Oldham.
Identified 21-10-12 by Nick Smith.
Licensee John Brennan died in 1912.
The FOUR HORSESHOES
Selling Peel's Noted
India Pale Ales, Strong & Mild Ales,
Stout & Porter
Identified by Don Parry as at
Park Street, Thame, Oxon
was licensee at this probable
Youngs, Crawshay & Youngs house.....
A fine investigation by Bunny Linford-Hazell
shows James Howell was running a beerhouse at
North Common, Hepworth, Suffolk in 1881.
Age 58 in 1901 he was an Innkeeper at Hepworth
and was still there in 1912.
This identifies the BLACK HORSE, Hepwoth.
Jonathan Harrison ran the CYCLISTS ARMS.
Possibly at FRECKLETON - LANCASHIRE
Can you confirm??
Mark Holton and Stewart Marsh confirm that
this is Freckleton.
The house stood at Lytham Road and was previously the TEWITT ARMS.
The house and neighbouring school were destroyed in 1944
when a B29 Liberator crashed, attempting to land at Warton.
38 children were among the fatalities.
W J Stevenson is licensee.
Another ID by
Bunny Linford-Hazell 25/10/2005
The GRIFFIN is at
FLETCHING - East Sussex
and still thrives.
Ye OLDe HOUSE ATT HOME
Licensee George Guiel
``There is a pub still operating in Hook in Hampshire of that
name. Mr and Mrs D Ashton
The mystery continues -
``Pretty sure it is at Childham in West Sussex, 7 miles from
Lisa Horton - 06.08.2002
THE MYSTERY IS SOLVED..
Bunny Linford-Hazell strikes again! 28.10.2005
The 1914 - 1915 directory for
WORTHING - Broadwater Street
names the house.
George Guiel is confirmed as licensee.
The GRAPES INN
WILLIAM E DICKENS is licensee.
Found in the 1912 Kelly directory of DERBYSHIRE
CHAPEL En Le FRITH
Another one to Bunny Linford-Hazell
Ref : WHITE HART
The WHITE HART had licensee
Charles Hales in occupation
when this photograph was taken in the early 1900's.
After much investigation it has been
confirmed to be at
Wright's directory of 1899 confirms that Mr Hales
was in occupation then.
Nice one Bunny!
A BLACK PRINCE
is hiding behind the tree
Identified by Peter Williams
as Princes Risborough in Bucks.
Jesse HART was licensee here.
Youngs, Crawshay & Youngs ales on sale
BUT cannot read the name on the sign!
This turns out to be the
CASE HAS ALTERED
The trees are missing, but the house survives.
A fine ID by Leslie Robert Linford-Hazell.
CROWN & ANCHOR
Still trading on HOLY ISLAND it seems....
Another find by Bunny, March 2007
The distinctive STAR INN
should prove easy ?
Tracked down by Phil Child
and Bunny Linford-Hazell.
The house is still trading at Crowlas, near Penzance, Cornwall,
on the A30
Strong evidence that this is the Queens Head at
The house was rebuilt in the 1930's or so.
John Brandon, who now lives in Bristol,
lived in the new house until 1958.
Confirmed August 2007 by Seth Reeder who
Clarence Potter, 80 years old
and Cyril Brooks who is 92 years old.
Both have memories of the original house.
They suggest it could be landlady Mrs Fuller
standing in the doorway....
The CHEQUERS INN
Probably Youngs, Crawshay & Youngs house.
Thought to be in the Diss area.
Nigel Smith advises 18/10/2007 :-
it is the former Chequers (Free House) pub located at Kettleborough (near
Framlingham) which was subsequently burnt down and rebuilt in 1912/3
The MAIL COACH served BASS, WATNEY COMBE REID &
LACONS Gt Yarmouth ales... but where?
29.02.08 :- Peter Williams in Australia comes up trumps!
The house was in Shepherds Bush.
The caption to this card says HANXTON, but no such place has been
The pub appears to be different from the RED LION at HINXTON.
The large sign board appears to say ROY.......
Bunny traces this to be the KINGS HEAD at HAUXTON.
Don Parry agrees.
The GOLDEN INN
is a freehouse
with licensee H. NORMAN
Two swift ID's on this one......
Both LRLH and Phil Self spot this one at
HIGHAMPTON, DEVON, EX21 5LT
A grand house - The Derby Arms - Licensee Samuel Brown
Identified as Upper
Richmond Road Mortlake Surrey
Samuel Brown was licensee according to 1901 census.
Another fine piece of detective work by LRLH
are on sale by G A Coe
Calyn Keohane traces this house to be
The BLUEBELL INN
thanks to all