History of The Leopard at Kingswinford in the county of Staffordshire.

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Some history of The Leopard

More information on The Leopard in Kingswinford to follow. I probably created the page as I had a link to The Leopard from another page. When building the site it is easier to place links as they crop up rather than go back later on. I realise this is frustrating if you were specifically looking for information on The Leopard at Kingswinford. There is information on Staffordshire dotted around the website - click here for a suitable starting place.

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1901 Seymour John Melhuish [see Barton's Arms]


Licensees of this pub

1864 - 1882 Benjamin Guy
1882 - 1884 Mary Ann Guy
1884 - 1885 Samuel Ward
1885 - 1886 Joseph Wasley
1886 - 1887 Jane Wasley [Fellows]
1887 - 1889 John Lownes
1889 - 1889 Thomas Pope
1889 - 1889 James Bibby
1889 - 1890 James Kidson Massey
1890 - 1890 Frank Twemlow
1890 - 1893 Richard Furber
1893 - 1894 William Cotton
1894 - 1895 Joseph Allport
1895 - 1896 William J. H. Milward
1896 - 1897 Henry Parker Rowberry
1897 - 1898 Albert Henry Judson
1898 - 1901 Richard Bates
1901 - 1901 Seymour John Melhuish
1901 - 1905 William James Molineux
1905 - 1905 John William Matthews
1905 - 1907 Harry Howell
1907 - 1933 William Albert White
1933 - 1934 Lucy Cartwright
1934 - 1936 Richard William Wyatt
1936 - 1940 William Hyde
Note : this is not a complete list of licensees for this pub.

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Related Newspaper Articles

"On Monday last the members of the Miners and Tradesman's Sick and Death Society assembled at their club house, Mr. Benjamin Guy's, Leopard Inn, Kingswinford, to hold their anniversary. An excellent dinner was provided by the host, and over fifty members sat down to it. Mr. John Pearce, senior, occupied the chair, and Mr. Josiah Jones, the vice-chair. The secretary's report showed the society to be in a flourishing condition. Votes of thanks were passed to the host and hostess, and to the secretary, Mr. William Guy, for the efficient manner in which he had discharged his duties. After the business had been concluded the members spent a very enjoyable evening."
"Miners and Tradesman's Sick and Death Society"
County Advertiser & Herald : July 27th 1878 Page 5

"Samuel Billingsley, labourer, Summer Street, Kingswinford, was charged with being drunk on licensed premises, known as the Leopard Inn, Kingswinford, on the 19th November. Defendant was fined 2s. 6d. and costs."
"Inebriate"
Dudley Mercury & County Express : December 3rd 1887 Page 6

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