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pub Villa Place Bathwick 1838
« on: Thursday 22 July 10 07:11 BST (UK) »
I have found a marriage in 1838 of a bride resident at Villa Pl Bathwick who was a victualler.
As she was only 18 I am doubtful of this and as her father was landlord of a pub in Coleford I am wodering if this is a mistake. PLEASE Can anyone identify a pub in Villa Place so I can check the landlords?
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Re: pub Villa Place Bathwick 1838
« Reply #1 on: Thursday 22 July 10 08:25 BST (UK) »
Hi Trees

On the pub trail again! :D

I had a look at the 1841 census and there was the Crown Inn listed between Bathwick Street and Villa Place. Thomas Vincent was the publican.

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Re: pub Villa Place Bathwick 1838
« Reply #2 on: Thursday 22 July 10 09:47 BST (UK) »
Thanks Evie yes I always seem to be on a giant pub crawl not bad for a TT person I have no less than 65 not counting this possible one in Bathwick  ;D I think I'll start the definitive historical pub guide one day.
I am wondering if Charlotte was helping dad in the king's Head Coleford and simply took up the obligatory residence in Villa place to marry but that would leave a question of how did they meetDid she go to work in a Bathwick pub and find herself in charge for a while she isn't there in 1841 but is with her husband a miller in Chilhampton.
Will take a look at the crown (it would look good along with the King's Head  ;D)

oh just notice the Crown was between Villa Pl and Bathwick St that was the address of the groom interesting perhaps she was helping at the crown there is no mention of a license for her just victualler
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Re: pub Villa Place Bathwick 1838
« Reply #3 on: Thursday 29 July 10 09:07 BST (UK) »
Hi
Well the Barley Mow was and probably still is in Bathwick Street.
According to the 1852 Bath Directory at number 32 Harriet Quigley is the Innkeeper.

Bathwick Villas is described as "bottom of Henrietta Street" and that is where the Barley Mow is located, so my guess is Barley Mow.
I was last in there in 1966

There was Folly House owned by the Hulberts but it appears this never operated as an Inn until about 1850.

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Re: pub Villa Place Bathwick 1838
« Reply #4 on: Tuesday 21 July 20 18:18 BST (UK) »
Revising and revisiting my notes about my West CountryPubs

I Notice I haven't given the names here the happy couple were:
John   PERRY      Labourer      Bathwick St   father Benjamin   PERRY   Farmer
Charlotte   JEFFERIES   Victualler      Villa Pl      John   JEFFERIES Licensed Victualler
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