Drybrook Inn - around 1850 (General)

by Mike Pinchin @, Bedford, England, Sunday, January 31, 2021, 19:32 (234 days ago) @ probinson

BNA Ross Gazette - Thursday 28 August 1873 –

…………………………Mr. W. Sillett, of Goodrich, applied for a spirit and ale licence to be transferred or removed from a house at Drybrook called the Drybrook Inn, in the parish of Walford, to a house near the Kerne Bridge station of the Ross and Monmouth Railway, the said house being the property of John Partridge Esq.
Edward Jones, of the Albion lnn, Walford, opposed the application on the ground that his own alehouse was very close to the one Mr Sillett intended to open………………………………….


Despite the objection the application was granted, subject to formal confirmation by the County Commissioners. I presume this marks the demise of the Drybrook Inn.


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