All public house, restaurants, bars etc closed for the forseeable future on 20th March 2020, but this is a history site
East Stonehouse public houses
The address is 9 Newport street in the 1891 census; although 18 Newport street is noted as being under repair.
Historical Devon public houses, Taverns, Inns, Beer Houses and Hotels.
Residents at this address.
1878/Mrs Elizabeth Baker/../../../Kellys Directory
1881/Elizabeth Baker/Licensed Victualler, widow/43/Plymouth, Devon/Census
1881/Mary E H McMahon/Grand Daughter/3/Stonehouse, Devon/Census
1891/Luther Evans/Beer Retailer/39/Newquay, Cardigan/Census
1891/Mary Evans/Wife/40/St Giles, Devon/Census
1891/Mary E H McMahon/Step Daughter/19/Stonehouse, Devon/Census
1891/Catherine Evans/Daughter/13/Stonehouse, Devon/Census
1891/Florence J Evans/Daughter/11/Stonehouse, Devon/Census
1891/John Evans/Son/10/Stonehouse, Devon/Census
1893/Mrs Mary Jane Evans/../../../Kellys Directory
1914/Samuel Burnard/../../../Kellys Directory
1919/Samuel Burnard/../../../Kellys Directory
1917/Steam Rocket Inn (The), Newport Street. Licence refused. June 1917