The Oak, Drybrook (Urgent)

by Adelebrain2021, Monday, February 28, 2022, 19:22 (835 days ago)

Does anyone have any information on where ‘The Oak’ was in Drybrook. Would it be linked with the Royal Oak?

The Oak, Drybrook

by MPGriffiths @, Tuesday, March 01, 2022, 17:02 (834 days ago) @ Adelebrain2021

British Newspapers on Line

Ross Gazette

Thursday 16 May 1901

THREATS. Henry Jones and John JONES of Joyford, near Cinderford, summoned by Arthur J A REED, Landlord of the Oak Inn, Drybrook, for using threats, were bound to keep the peace.

TRESPASS. Henry Jones, further summoned for trespassing in search of conies on land in Mr Reed's occupation, was fined 10s. and 22d. costs.

John JONES - for abusvie language was fined 5s cand costs.

etc.etc.

Arthur J A Reed, should be on the 1901 census.

Most Newspapers articles mention the Royal Oak at Drybrook.

The Oak, Drybrook

by MPGriffiths @, Tuesday, March 01, 2022, 17:44 (834 days ago) @ MPGriffiths

Forest of Dean Records

Baptism at Drybrook, 19 March 1899

Ida REID

parents: Arthur James Albert (Inn Keeper, Drybrook) and Alice Mary Barnett

and another daughter

Gladys Dorothy REED - 22 Jan 1902,
Residence: Drybrook,
occupation: Licenced Victualler

The Oak, Drybrook

by MPGriffiths @, Tuesday, March 01, 2022, 17:56 (834 days ago) @ MPGriffiths

Gloucester Citizen - Saturday 2 June 1906

Littledean Petty Sessions

Albert STEPHENS of Harry Hill, Drybrook collier, was summonded by Arthur James REED, Landlord of the Royal Oak, Drybrook for being quarrelsome etc. etc.

So the same Landlord as 1901 - appears it was known as The Oak and the Royal Oak.

The Oak, Drybrook

by Nick Dub @, Tuesday, June 07, 2022, 12:59 (737 days ago) @ MPGriffiths

I found this http://www.closedpubs.co.uk/gloucestershire/drybrook_royaloak.html

On the Cross - used to be a women's hairdressers back in the 60s, if memory serves.

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