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Publicans of The White Hart, Warboys

Postby The Denson Clan » Mon Sep 27, 2010 10:27 am

Members of my family ran the White Hart pub in Warboys, Huntingdonshire for over 100 years.

Can you fill in the gaps in this list of publicans of the White Hart Inn in Warboys?

1830 John How
1839 Susan How
1847 Isaac How
1854 Isaac How
1862 Isaac How
1869 Lewis How
1876 William How
1877 William How
1881 Martha Wales
1898 William How
1901 Eliza How
1910 Eliza How
1914 Eliza How


italics denotes updates from board members
Also, did the How family own the pub or lease it. They also ran a farm and a brewery. Do you have any information on these businesses?

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Re: Publicans of The White Hart, Warboys

Postby callbrian » Mon Sep 27, 2010 1:08 pm

Hi
I can't add to your list but can confirm the following:
Harrods directory 1876, Wm. How Publican, Warboys
Kelly's Drectories 1910 & 1914, Eliza How publican, White Hart, Warboys.
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Re: Publicans of The White Hart, Warboys

Postby nicholelouise » Wed Feb 08, 2012 11:06 pm

My great-great grandmother is listed as a Publican for the White Hart Inn on High Street on the 1881 Census. Her name was Martha Wales. Her husband, Thomas Wales, is listed at the White Hart as well, as the calve dealer and butcher.
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Re: Publicans of The White Hart, Warboys

Postby The Denson Clan » Thu Feb 09, 2012 8:57 am

nicholelouise wrote:My great-great grandmother is listed as a Publican for the White Hart Inn on High Street on the 1881 Census. Her name was Martha Wales. Her husband, Thomas Wales, is listed at the White Hart as well, as the calve dealer and butcher.


The pub seems to have been almost continually in the How family before and after 1881 so it seems odd that another family would have it in the middle.

However, I do have a Martha How (b. 1821 Warboys, father Robert, Mother Mary). Possibly she was your Martha and she married Thomas Wales?

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Re: Publicans of The White Hart, Warboys

Postby The Denson Clan » Thu Feb 09, 2012 1:14 pm

The Martha Wales in the 1881 census is at the White Hart, Earith not Warboys
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