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 You need to be aware that Trade Directories were often out of date, and therefore the information for 1899 probably refers to 1897/98.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.
Unicorn, Fredk John Pratt, 8 Eastgate Square, Chichester
Unicorn, Mrs Mary Ann Rasell, Heyshott, Midhurst
Union Inn, Alfred Ashdown, East street, Rye
Union Inn, Thos Wm Moon, 28 & 29 Gloucester Road, Brighton
Victoria Hotel, James Brewster, 27 Latimer Road, Eastbourne
Victoria, Mrs Lilian Burden, St Pancras, Chichester
Victoria Inn, Robt Parnham Cottee, Charlwood Street, Bognor
Victoria Inn, Mrs J Overall, 31a Richmond Road, Brighton
Victoria, Geo Stannard, 1 Victoria Road, Portslade, Brighton
Victoria Inn, H Tuddenham, Battle Road, Hollington, Hastings
Victoria Arms, Thomas Butcher, 81 Montague Street, Worthing
Victory, John Cowey, 6 Duke Street, Brighton
Victory Inn, Wm Gasston, Albion Street, Southwick, Brighton
Volunteer, G Boxell, 25 New Road & 1 Church Street, Brighton
Volunteer, George Heryet, Market Street, Worthing
Volunteer Inn, Thomas W Martin, Eastgate Street, Lewes
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