Monday, 7 December 2020

An Index of Pubs with Family Connections


With new and surprising discoveries every day it seems, a list of pubs with some sort of family connection is becoming necessary: 
  1. The Chequers Inn, Great Dunmow, Essex, William Hockley, Hostler
  2. The Bell Inn, West Haddon, Northamptonshire, Stephen Botterill
  3. The Graziers Arms, West Haddon, Northamptonshire, Stephen Botterill
  4. The King and Queen, St George in the East, Edward & Eliza Green. 
  5. Salisbury Arms, Eastfield Street, Limehouse - John Isaac Robert Horn
  6. Duke of Norfolk, Stepney, E1, Alfred James Lynch
  7. The White Hart on Deptford Green - Daniel Botterill 
  8. Old Centurion Pub on Deptford Boadway - Daniel Botterill, in 1874
  9. Clock House in Holborn - 1881 and 1882, Daniel Botterill.
  10. Holly Tree Arms in Lewisham - Daniel Botterill, 1891 to 1894
  11. Princess Royal, Longley Road, CroydonJohn Soppit was licensee, while his nephew, John Benjamin Botterill was employed as manager
  12. Shortlands Tavern, Shortlands, Bromley, Kent, John Soppit
  13. Blacksmith’s Arms, Cudham, Sevenoaks, Kent, John Benjamin Botterill
  14. Prince Frederick, Nichol Lane Bromley, KentJohn Benjamin Botterill
  15. Kings Head, North Street, Great Dunmow, Henry Wilton
  16. Victoria, 46 Three Colt Street, Limehouse E14, Benjamin Tompson
  17. Spotted Cow, Hither Green Lane, Lewisham, Benjamin Tompson
  18. Victory, 152 Albany Street, Regents Park NW1, Carl Bose
  19. Blue Anchor, 1 The Highway, Stepney E1, Henry Bose
  20. Swan, Chipperfield, Kings Langley, Hertfordshire, Francis R Blazey
  21. Hare & Hounds, Witheridge, Devon, cousin, John Charles Stone

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