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A fine gathering of hounds, huntsmen, hunt followers and a couple of police on crowd control.... 

The TANKARD INN

In Bentley, Suffolk.
Standing then on the parish boundary with Capel St. Mary.
Closed 1928 and later demolished.

Another fine identification by paul Fuller, 06.2017




 

Licensee William Padbury sells Marston's Celebrated Burton Ales.


27-08-2014
Paul & Theresa Fuller identify this house to be the SQUIRREL at 33 Church Street, Rugby CV21 3PU.

William Padbury is a beer seller at that address in 1928.

Where is / was the CLOVERDALE HOTEL?

Confirmed 24.04.2008
by Stewart Marsh &
Linda Phillips
to have operated at 
ENTWISLE ROAD
ROCHDALE.

Survives today as a car part outlet.

BEAUFORT HOTEL The BEAUFORT HOTEL
Not likely to be Norfolk!
Wootton Bassett has been suggested ??
BUT NO!
Andrew Ball discovers ( Nov 2007 ) 
that the house is now known as
THE ABBEY HOTEL
and overlooks 
TINTERN Abbey

Parts of building date back to 1206 - Beaufort Arms Hotel in 1835
Renamed Abbey Hotel in 2002


 
Youngs, Crawshay & Youngs

Unfortunately the name cannot be read on the sign.
A Youngs, Crawshay & Youngs house.
Thought to be in the Diss area.

Doug Forder in Australia confirms that this is the ROYAL OAK in East Harling.
Alban Osborne, the last known licensee was Doug's G-Grandfather and also owned the Saddler & Harness Makers shop in the smaller building to the left.
Nice one!

 

 

BRIDGE INN - 0010


BRIDGE INN
Also (better) known as JACKSONS BOAT.

Thanks to John Holden for first suggesting the location - and subsequent confirmation.
Bob Lord advises the house is located on the banks of the Mersey in Chorlton-cum-Hardy, near the boundary with Sale. He advises that John Lloyd, a local historian, records that a barrel of beer was kept ready in an upstairs bedroom, to be available in the event of flooding.

David Worthington confirms that the house is at the end of Rifle Road, and still thriving.
THE FOX - Langham, Essex : A beerhouse, closed in the 1950's

 

THE FOX

LOCATED 01.06.01

Identified by GEMMA as situated
at Langham, Essex.

 




 
  Masons Arms

The Masons Arms is at Strawberry Bank
John James Matthews is the licensee.

But where is Strawberry Bank?

John Holden confirmed location within a few hours of appearing in the mystery department...
Strawberry Bank is at Cartmel Fell, Cumbria.
See www.hcs-cumbria.co.uk/accommodation-inns.htm

 

 

Unicon Hotel 

The UNICORN HOTEL
and a desirable tourer.......but where ?

 

From the Netherlands, Phil Child comes up trumps and
traces the house to
STRATFORD UPON AVON

May 2007
 





The ROYAL CROWN HOTEL

Identified by Bunny Linford-Hazell
as at London Road, SEVENOAKS, Kent.

The Hotel is listed from at least 1899 to 1934

Does it survive today?  
WHITE HART - MORGANS - 0005

WHITE HART

The wagon is delivering MORGANS Ales again.

Note the distinctive clock tower

J Wilson identifies the house as being at
March in Cambridgeshire.

 

 

KING EDWARD VII  The KING EDWARD VII HOTEL
01.02.06 - Mary Anglin suggests 
THORPE-Le-SOKEN, Clacton-on-Sea

Derek McDonald advises June 2006...
It looks as if Mary Anglin is correct.... As I remember ( we railway men ) took breaks there.....and spent many a happy time up the King Teddy (as we called it), you walked up a slope to it from the station. We used to go in the door on the left of the building, the main door at the front lead into a posh lounge.

Location confirmed 26/07/07 by Keith Mann.
His great grandfather, George Rose, was landlord from 1912 to 1917.
Mr Rose had retired from the Metropolitan Police at the age of 52.
He died aged 64 and was buried at St Michaels Church, Thorpe-Le-Soken.
 

Kings Arms - Frating near Colchester 
The KINGS ARMS

Confirmed by Sally D as being at
FRATING near Colchester.

Selling DANIELL & SONS Fine Ales.
( Founded 1820, taken over by
Truman, Hanbury & Buxton in 1958 )
 


WHITE SWAN - 0013 
WHITE SWAN - WILLIAM WARD as licensee

Located 12.03.2002

Barry Martin spotted this as being in Beccles, Suffolk.

It is confirmed that ` Swan House ' now operates as a wine bar & restaurant in New Market Street.
 



Mr FOX and pony - 0011 

Licensee Alfred Henry Fox.

Positively identified by Bunny Linford-Hazell 07.04.2005
as being the
BREWERS ARMS at MENDLESHAM, Suffolk.

Many thanks for the thorough investigation.

The house still survives, albeit without the decorative ridge tiles.
 





A Green Man and the licensee is John Denny

Phil Self  discovers that Mr Denny was licensee around 1910
and the house was at Bran End, Stebbing, Dunmow, Essex. 


 


THE THREE CROWNS
E J Rose & Co Ltd

Phil Self  locates the house to
164 Fore Street, Enfield, Middlesex. N18
.........on the corner of Leeds Street

 
 



The Anchor and Hope is selling Noakes Ales....

Peter Williams finds this one at
Orpington, Kent - BR6 0LF  

The RAILWAY HOTEL
with a date of 1899 above the door
and licensee Rolph.

Today this is the GREAT EASTERN, Brandon, Suffolk.
Although substantially enlarged at both ends,
the original chimney positions remain, as does the window to the left of what was the front entrance with canopy.

Thanks to Mary Rowe  for spotting this one.






BELL INN

Selling  _ _CK & Co's ( ? ) bitter ales

Phil Self traces the house to
Luckington near Chippenham, Wiltshire.  
BLUE BOAR - MORGANS ? 

The signboard appears to show the
BLUE BOAR
selling Morgans Ales?

29.08.03 - Peter Quince advises that this is probably at EYE, Cambs.
Can you confirm? 

Confirmed 16.10.03 by Kevlin
 
The SANDRINGHAM Hotel 


 
No idea if this place had a public bar...
But it would be good to know the location.

 

Proved to be in HASTINGS
- another find by Bunny, August 2007

 

The TRAVELLERS REST has licensee
Jim Brown


26.08.2013
Calyn Keohane identifies this house as being in
Thomas Street, SPENNYMOOR, Durham
 


RAILWAY HOTEL



The RAILWAY HOTEL 

May 2015 - Paul Fuller locates the house to
The Street
Mortimer
Berkshire
RG7 3NR

and today it trades as the
Cinnamon Tree Restaurant.
Jolly Butchers - Rawson Place
The JOLLY BUTCHERS, RAWSON PLACE

Adrian Wynne-Morgan and Paul Fuller find the house was once at
BRADFORD, Yorkshire. The area is now developed.
Whuite House, Southgate
The WHITE HOUSE at SOUTHGATE.


Adrian Wynne-Morgan and Paul Fuller strike again!

This is Hornsea, East Riding, Yorkshire HU18 1RF
Found F1 F2 F3 F4 F5 Missing P1 P2 P3