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Lilian ran the pub until 1954 She opened up every day throughout

Lilian ran the pub until 1954 She opened up every day throughout

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George Stanley Barker & Lilian ...

In the midst of life I woke to find myself living in an old house beside Brick Lane in the East End of London

Old Pubs on a Piccadilly Pub Crawl

The Wheatsheaf pictured in the 1960s

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Commercial Hotel Victoria Square Bolton

Old Pubs on a Piccadilly Pub Crawl | THE EAST END OF LONDON | Pinterest | Pub crawl, Old pub and The o'jays

Jolly Waggoner Deane Road Bolton

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Frank 'Nobby' Clarke was the landlord of the Clifton Arms in 1959. As he was nearing completion of some building work being carried out on the pub and its ...

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New housing was built on the site and a number of the streets were re-named. Southern Street and Tyndall Street form what is now Kirkhope Drive, ...

An historic pub pulled down under cover of darkness by contractors during work in Manchester City centre. Ceiling was covered wuth pinned up panties! A ...

Two generations of George Barker's family who ran the pub the Marquis of Lansdowne from 1919

Globe Higher Bridge Street Bolton

Harp Tavern Moor Lane Bolton

Hawthorns pictured during its piano-bar days in the 1980s.

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After the interchange was completed the clock from the old Trinity Street railway station was placed on land formerly occupied by the pub.

George Barker on right, aged twenty-five, with sister Eileen, centre back. The other three are his half-brothers and sisters from his mother Lilian's second ...

The Clifton Arms was thought to have been built in around 1863 and is situated on the corner of Clifton Road and Tarring Road. The length of Clifton Road ...

George ...

The Mitchell Family, neighbours in Rosetta Place. Betty Mitchell standing with Betty Clasper and little RayRay in front and Anita Mitchell, Barnie Mitchell, ...

20th December 1911, William George Barker is reprimanded for bring caught in pubs in Shoreditch and Spitalfields while on duty as a policeman โ€“ eight years ...

The ...

Owner Andy Nanda, 35, who lives in Folkestone, came to Dover to transform the empty pub to provide a 'traditional Indian' experience.

[2] Bolton Pubs 1800-2000, by Gordon Readyhough. Published by Neil Richardson (2000).

Betty Levy's mother, Hannah Levy, daughter of Mark and Phoebe Harris, and famous

... interest in his work sees him playing larger venues. Oscar's played host to more 'mature' acts such as The Lost Boys or veteran blues guitarist Victor ...

At Tim Hunkin's Workshop

The final licensee was a Mr. George Johnson who ran the pub for the next twenty-four years until its final closure on 10th February 1920.

Invicta circa 1960

May 9th 1919, Charrington's, Anchor Brewery, Mile End, seeks a reference for William George Barker from the Commissioner of Police at Snow Hill.

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Two generations of George Barker's family who ran the pub the Marquis of Lansdowne from 1919 - 1937. | Travel | Pinterest | Robert plant, Marquis and Brick ...

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February 22nd 1919, William George Barker applies to leave the police to take over the running of The Marquis of Lansdowne from his sister-in-law after the ...

Scrapbook 1954

1931 29 April arrival (2)

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White Horse

The Volunteer Tavern photographed about 1955 - a tranquil scene before Hendford was straightened out.

He no longer wanted it, but had he wanted to act normally, he was not doing a very convincing job giving away his freshly drawn beer to strangers only ...

White Horse 1952

Rupert Cavendish Isted, brother of Edward Isted married Lillian Alberta Brazier (daughter of David and Kate Brazier) and they ran the pub from 1903 to 1906.

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He threw away the Bar and ran by the Duke of Argyl's down King-street. I cry'd out, stop Thief, he got past the first Watch, but was stopped by another ...

Mister Tiki's Mai Tai Lounge San Diego

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The corner shop opposite the Kings Arms had started as a tea room and was taken over in the 1940s by Colonel Taylor a solicitor.. It changed hands again in ...

Fulford Public Houses

A PNEU School was run at 24 Wilbury Crescent from 1913 to 1916.

Earning a Living Memories of Work in and around Sheffield. โ€œ โ€œ

It is really good that in the intervening 67 years there has not been too much change to the pub. The main difference being the courtyard area in front ...

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The Flask is now a Fuller's pub. In 1948 as can be seen from the sign above the entrance it sold Taylor Walker's Prize Beers. Taylor Walker was founded in ...

The corner shop opposite the Kings Arms had started as a tea room and was taken over in the 1940s by Colonel Taylor a solicitor.. It changed hands again in ...

List of licensees

The minutes of the director's meetings up to November 1931 record the everyday running and business of the company. At the Brewery the Head Brewer was G.H. ...

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The Volunteer Inn (marked 'A' on the map at left) was located on the junction of Brunswick Street with Hendford and seems to have alternated between being ...

A. During this period, my recollection is that this store was a DOGGARTS (?) However, whatever name it then bore, it evidently later become a Littlewoods.

[5] Bolton News, 12 January 2006. Accessed 10 November 2014.

Apostolic Faith and Pentecostal Timetable of Key Events by Life Network - issuu

Walmer Road north side no1 Latimer Arms 1971 KS2710

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Rovers Return exterior as it looked before the 2013 refurbishment, facing onto Coronation Street, Weatherfield.

Now just around the corner in Garrett Lane, there is a building dating from 1890 which was constructed as the Assembly Room for the Spread Eagle pub.

December, 1954

... a fine cricketer, was captain of the Headley Cricket Club in the early 1950s when he was in his late 60s and could still bowl at a fair pace.

1986-2008

The Volunteer Inn located on the junction of Brunswick Street (with the car and coach) with Hendford. I'm not certain, but I think that the Volunteer Inn ...

By 1911 the Royal Albert Inn was in the capable hands of Edwin George Thompson who, together with his wife Emily, ran the pub for the next twenty years.

Now in the catalogue this is labelled Chapel Street but I am fairly confident we are in fact on Greengate, because this is the Flying Dutchman, a pub I have ...

A close-up of the Volunteer Inn during its demolition in 1965. The end cottage at far left has already been demolished (compare the number of chimney stacks ...

A few days after this photograph was taken on 6 December 2014 work started on the demolition of the old Halfway House pub

The main picture on the page above focuses on the building that housed The Victoria Nursing Institution on Lichfield Street. Originally a private residence, ...

Lincoln's Inn House 2013, former headquarters of the WSPU

Now just around the corner in Garrett Lane, there is a building dating from 1890 which was constructed as the Assembly Room for the Spread Eagle pub.

And my April 2015 photo shows the pub looking very much the same:

The Public Houses

Dugdale Street No 30 Winson Green - 8-2-1962.jpg

This family association continued after George's death in the 1960s, and Helen finally gave up running the shop in 1989 at the age of 92.

This feels slightly weird but in the run-up to the launch of Room Little Darker next Wednesday, 31st May (Hodges Figgis, 6pm, all welcome!) I wanted to post ...

The Gables is a mediaeval hall house built around 1500 The The ...

John Brandwood was the licensee and his standing as the landlord of one of the principal inns in the town meant that he was able to move in high circles.

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White Horse, Eythorne

The garage was opened by the London General Omnibus Company in November 1913. And recently they had an open day to celebrate its centenary.

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