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PUB LIST PUBLIC HOUSES Paul Skelton

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Royal Oak (Unknown 68)

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Coxhill

(Shepherdswell?)

Royal Oak, unknown 66

Above postcard, sent by Rory Kehoe, says it is the "Royal Oak" situated in Village Street, Coxhill.

 

I am afraid that I do not know of a village called Coxhill in Kent, so it may be in another county. However, there is a Coxhill in Shepherdswell, but I certainly don't know of a pub canned the "Royal Oak" there.

The houses look familiar, thought it was Nonington, but I just can't put my finger on this one yet.

Help required again.

Further research from Debbie Birkin tells me that it is in fact not Coxhill but Goxhill in Linkolnshire.

 

Goxhill, Lincolnshire.

To be sold by auction, by Mr. John Thorpe, at the "Royal Oak" Public House, in Goxhill, in the county of Lincoln, on Tuesday, the 15th day of March next, at 3 o'clock in the afternoon (subject to such conditions of sale as will be then and they're produced.)

The following valuable freehold and Tithe-free estate, situate and a place in Goxhill aforesaid, called "Langleys," viz., all that Brick and Tiled Messuage or Dwelling House, with a Stable, Granary, Yard, Garden, and Outbuildings thereto belonging, and all those 38 Acres (more or less) of excellent Pasture Land (divided into convenient Closes,) adjoining the said to Dwelling-House, as the same are now in the several occupations of Charles White, William Dunwell, Joseph Hill, William Clayton, and William Everson.

 

Royal Oak Goxhill, Lincolnshire

Above Google image.

 

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