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  • Railway Inn, Somerton, Oxfordshire

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    1863/Jn Collingridge/../../..//KDutton, Allen & Co Directory

    I am researching the Joachim family of Chedworth/Yanworth and came across evidence that Phillip Joachim ran the Railway Inn in 1865. He died that year (he survived 19 days of marriage) and his wife ran it until March 1866 when she returned to her home village of Daglingworth in Gloucestershire. *

    Oxford Journal 7 May 1864 - Petty Sessions
    The Railway Tavern, Somerton, transferred from John Collingridge to Philip Joachim

    Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette 07 January 1865
    Married - January 4, at the Parish Church, Somerton, by the Rev J Price, Mr Joachim, of the Railway Inn, to Miss Parsloe, daughter of the late Mr John Parsloe, of Daglingworth, Gloucestershire, and sister of Mr Parsloe, station master, Somerton.
    At the same time, and place, Mr John Hore, parish clerk, son of the late Mr John Hore, schoolmaster of this place, to Emma, only daughter of Mr Joachim, of the Railway Inn, Somerton. All the family married in one day.

    Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette 28 January 1865
    January 21st, after a few days illness, Mr Joachim, of the Railway Inn, Somerton, in this county, much respected by all who knew him.

    Oxford Journal 05 May 1866 - Licence transfers
    Railway Tavern Inn, Somerton, from Betsy Joachim to Frederick Walton

    Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette 25 August 1866
    Marriage on the August 23rd at Daglingworth, Gloucester, by the Rev Raymond Barker, a Mr Charles Townley, baker, Somerton, to Mrs Elizabeth Joachim, widow of ther late Mr Joachim, of the Railway Inn, Somerton, and sister to Mr Parsloe, station master, of the same place.

    1939/Harry Eagle/../../..//Kellys Directory

    Banbury Advertiser 10 September 1952
    Frederick Thomas Mark Anthony, of the Railway Inn,Somerton, Oxon, pleaded "not guilty" to the charge of receiving stolen goods - 136 feet of copper tubing, worth £18 - knowing it to be stolen.
    14 days imprisonment, but may be appealed.

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