Women at the Wicket: A History of Women's Cricket in Interwar England. Written by Adam McKie
This information could be useful in tracking the Publicans in the 1901 census. You need to be aware that Trade Directories were often out of date, and therefore the information for 1899 probably refers to 1897/98.
This is a work in progress, but I would welcome any useful information that you can add, particularly pictures and photographs. These can be old postcards or modern photographs, all are welcome; plus any interesting stories about your Publican families etc etc.
Jenny Lind Tavern, Samuel Walker, High Street, Hastings
Johns Cross Inn, T Hall, Mountfield, Robertsbridge
Joiners Arms, Mrs Ellen Smith, Southwick Street south, Southwick, Brighton
Jolly Brewer, J G H Ringshaw, 110 Ditchling Road, Brighton
Jolly Brewers, George Gravett, 39 Clifton Road, Worthing
Jolly Drover, Mrs A Pay, Rogate, East Liss
Jolly Fisherman, George Simmonds, 35 Market Street, Brighton
Jolly Fisherman Inn, Hy White, 3 East Beach Street, Hastings
Jolly Sailor, Henry P Wilson, Church Square, Rye
Jolly Tanners, William Jas Fillary, Staplefield, Crawley
Junction Inn, Stephen Cheeseman, Bodiam, Hawkhurst
Junction Inn, Jas Shaw, Junction Road, Burgess Hill