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Marson Insurance documents Built in 1780s” 22/03/1822 – Staffordshire Advertiser James Martin licensee at New Inn, Gnosall 20/03/1824 – Staffordshire Advertiser  Mr Lockett licensee at New Inn moving and selling furniture and effects 5/02/1825 – Staffordshire Advertiser Advert for card and dancing assembly at New Inn; managers Thos. Deakin, Adbaston and B[enjamin] Rogers, Hough Cottage [Stafford] 18/11/1826 – Staffordshire Advertiser TO BE LET – and may be entered upon immediately THE NEW INN, situated at Gnosall, with malthouse adjoining, capable of making about 2500 strikes of malt yearly/ To a person who can bring 5 or 600 pounds, this may prove a very eligible situation; should an early application be made, the goods and brewing utensils may be had a fair valuation. 17/11/1826 – Staffordshire Advertiser Further particulars may be had by applying to Mr Rogers, Hough Cottage, in Stafford. 30/04/1836 – Staffordshire Advertiser  The New Inn, situate at Gnosall, on the turnpike road leading from Stafford to Newport. The house consists of a dining room 29 feet by about 15 feet wide, a parlour and back parlour, with large kitchen, brewhouse, good garden and stabling for five horses. The malthouse will wet and dry, every four days, from 35 to 40 strikes and is immediately adjoining the house. [Hough Cottage in Stafford also for sale – Proprietor B. Rogers] 16/10/1839 – Staffordshire Advertiser Mr Moore licensee 13/02/1841 – Staffordshire Advertiser Union Inn and Malthouse attached to be let. Apply to Mr Rogers, Cannock 27/03/1847 Staffordshire Advertiser To be sold by auction by Mr.Willder At the house of Mr. John Cotton, the Horns’ Inn, Gnosall aforesaid, on Monday, the 29th day of March, 1847, precisely at four o’clock in the afternoon, in one lot, and subject to such conditions as will then be produced: A very desirable copyhold property, at Gnosall, comprising a roomy, comfortable, and convenient Dwelling House, Messuage, and Premises, together with Malt House, Garden, Stable, Piggeries, coach-house, a large Dining or Club room and other conveniences, now in the occupation of the proprietor, Mr Sheridan, will shew the same. The House contains excellent cellaring, a roomy Front Kitchen, two Parlours, Back Kitchen, Pantry, large Brewhouse, and six spacious Bed-rooms. The Fixtures throughout the premises are ample, and of the best description, and will be included in the purchase, with the exception of the Cooking Apparatus in the Front Kitchen. The Malthouse is capable of wetting about eight quarters every four days, and together with the Kiln, &c., are in thorough repair and excellent working condition. The Coach-house, Stabling, Piggeries, and Garden, are adequate to the wants of any respectable family, or the occupant of an INN, for which purpose the premises are admirably adapted, and being situated almost immediately adjoining the line of the South Staffordshire Railway, are well deserving the attention of any persevering person, anxious to embark in a lucrative business without risk. The Dining-room extends over the Coach-house and Stable, is fitted in every way comfortable, and is capable of dining (nearly) one hundred persons, and is the largest public room in the town. The House and Premises were formerly known as the Union Inn, and may be continued, as the license is still in obeyance. Further particulars may be known from Mr. Sheridan, or the Auctioneer. 24/12/1870 Staffordshire Advertiser To be let with immediate possession, Brook House, Gnosall, containing two sitting rooms, six bed ditto, kitchen, back ditto, larder, stables, coach house and garden. For particulars apply to Mr Masefield, Moor End, Gnosall, Stafford
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