Banks Stockwell Inn , Stockwell Green (General)

by slowhands, proud of his ancient Dean Forest roots, Wednesday, July 20, 2005, 08:02 (5936 days ago) @ Ann Suttie

Stockwell Inn, Stockwell Green

The Stockwell Inn was a small beerhouse. It was referred for closure by the compensation authority (date not recorded) who described it as a one roomed (12 feet by 9 feet) beerhouse located down a bad road opposite the cricket ground. The Stockwell Inn was trading 120 barrels of beer per year at the time of referal. It had an annual rateable value of £18.0s.0d in 1891 and 1903.

1891 Charles Sale. Beerhouse. Francis Wintle, Forest Brewery, Mitcheldean

1902 Christopher Banks and Christopher Banks junior, (listed as beer retailers)

1903 Christopher Banks. Beerhouse. Francis Wintle, Forest Brewery, Mitcheldean

Frederick John Field (Gloucester Record Office D2308 1/5)

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