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

THE ........... INN

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The sign perhaps reading THE STAR INN  ???

The GLOBE INN 

 

There is a Lion resting above the door and it is not painted white.
The letters R & L are on the entrance doors
and the windows have a central rampant lion motif...
So it is fairly certain to be the RED LION...... but where? 


The CARPENTERS ARMS
is on the right of the picture.See detail - right
 
BULLAS - White House - INN

 BULLAS ( Not Bullards )

An early image - pre 1900
The sign appears to read :-

BULLAS
WHITE HOUSE
INN

01.02.2006 - Mary Anglin suggests Halifax - Can you confirm?
 

Ind Coope Ales
Selling Ind Coope Ales
Photographer with studios in
Ipswich & Colchester.

Phil Child advises 08.08.05...
This reminds me of the BOOT INN at Freston just south of Ipswich.
The sloping roof was at the right side of the pub when viewed from the road to Sholtey. If so then the photo was taken at the rear of the building as it is now.

Can you confirm?  

The WHITE HORSE 
is on the right hand side of this
village green  
WHITE HART

Ref : White Hart & Smithy

Not much to go on here,
only a glimpse of the corner of the house and 
a very nice gas lamp,
but lots of blacksmiths standing in the background, surrounding an anvil.


A Brickman series postcard.



Not much left to identify here!
The Public Bar etched windows have survived so far.....
 


Where was SEMI BILLARDS PLAYED?

MITCHELL & BUTLER 
Ales are on sale...
and a Crown is etched on the smoke room window

A party outside the house of J SPOONER - Image taken by the ggrandfather of Adrian Taylor in the 1890's
J SPOONER advertises being a Spirit Merchant
....... & PAULINS Celebrated India Pale Ale & Burton Ales
are on sale 




The
CROWN & ANCHOR with T Firby, licensee.

LRLH has discovered that a Thomas Firby is listed 1901
as licensee at premises in Accomb, West Yorkshire.
In 1895 Thomas Firby was at the Marcia Hotel, Accomb.

Mrs Georgina Firby, wife of Frederick was a beer retailer
at Brass Street, Manchester to at least 1911

Any connections?  

.BLACK HORSE - William Palmer

William Palmer was licensee at the Black Horse Inn.

??

The WINDMILL INN
Possibly a Royal Insurance firemark on the upper RH wall?
See sign detail opposite.
??

The sign of the WINDMILL INN, but licensee name and / or brewery details remain un-deciphered.




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