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Railway Inn, Tything, Wincanton, Somerset

Rebuilt address in 1897 must be 17 Station Road.

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Residents at this address

In Tything. 1861, or about, by Giles Stacey. Continued by Charles Howes, and since then by several tenants. The new house, built by Mr. Clementina in 1897, is now kept by Mr. Atkins Hill.  - Inns of the Parish to 1903 - George Sweetman.

1871/Giles Stacey/Inn Keeper, Widow/51/Wincanton, Somerset/Census
1871/Frederick Stacey/Son, Carpenter/22/Wincanton, Somerset/Census
1871/Elizabeth Stacey/Daughter/21/Wincanton, Somerset/Census
1871/Henry Stacey/Son, Labourer/18/Wincanton, Somerset/Census
1871/Martha Stacey/Daughter/14/Wincanton, Somerset/Census
1871/Mary Stacey/Daughter/14/Wincanton, Somerset/Census
1871/Frank Stacey/Son/9/Wincanton, Somerset/Census

1895/James Atkins Hill/beer retailer, 17 Station road/../../Kellys Directory

1902/James Atkins Hill/beer retailer, 17 Station road/../../Kellys Directory

1911/Francis William Dowding/Inn Keeper/46/Icorn Minster/Census
1911/Sarah Alice Dowding/Wife/47/Gillingham/Census
1911/Kathleen Francis Dowding/Daughter/17/Wincanton/Census

1919/Francis William Dowding/beer retailer, 17 Station road/../../Kellys Directory

1923/Francis William Dowding/beer retailer, 17 Station road/../../Kellys Directory

1935/Jesse Southway/beer retailer, 17 Station road/../../Kellys Directory


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