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 You need to be aware that Trade Directories were often out of date, and therefore the information for 1899 probably refers to 1897/98.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.
Quadrant Hotel, Thomas Bovey, 12 & 13 North Street, Quadrant,
Queen Adelaide Inn, E Jolliff, 20 West Street, Hastings
Queen Adelaide, William George Warren, Ferry Road, Rye
Queen Victoria, Mrs Sarah Neale, South Bersted, Bognor
Queens Head, Chas Arvis, Sedlescombe, Battle
Queens Head, William Coster, Bolney, Haywards Heath
Queens Head, R Cripps, West Chiltington, Pulboro
Queens Head, Mrs G Taylor, 3 Steine Street, Brighton
Queens Head, Alfred G Greysmith, Landgate, Rye
Queens Head, E Joyes, Barns Green, Horsham
Queens Head, Alfd King, Upperton, Tillington, Petworth
Queens Head, E F King, Bucks Green, Rudgwick, Horsham
Queens Head, H Mewett, High Street, Hurstpierpoint, Hassocks
Queens Head, James Rothenburg, 68, 69 & 70 Queens Road, Brighton
Queens Head, Mrs Jane Willison, Queen Street, Horsham
Queens Head Inn, John Wilson, East Beach Street, Hastings
Queens Park, Edwd Stansell, 242 Queens park Road, Brighton
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