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The Inn Stockwell Green Cinderford, about 1900 - Banks Family Photos

Taken in 2005 at the rear of the old Inn are Tom and William Marks who are 3rd great-grandsons of Christopher Banks who was the occupant of the Inn around 1900

- See also The Inn Stockwell Green 2006 -

The Stockwell Inn was a small beerhouse. It was referred for closure by the compensation authority (date not recorded) who described it as a one roomed (12 feet by 9 feet) beerhouse located down a bad road opposite the cricket ground. The Stockwell Inn was trading 120 barrels of beer per year at the time of referal. It had an annual rateable value of £18.0s.0d in 1891 and 1903.

1891 Charles Sale. Beerhouse. Francis Wintle, Forest Brewery, Mitcheldean
1902 Christopher Banks and Christopher Banks junior, (listed as beer retailers)
1903 Christopher Banks. Beerhouse. Francis Wintle, Forest Brewery, Mitcheldean
Frederick John Field (Gloucester Record Office D2308 1/5)

Gloucestershire Pubs

(Photos supplied by Ann Suttie)

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