Some history of Oliver's Hotel at Tamworth in the County of Staffordshire


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Tamworth : Oliver's Hotel [c.1949]

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More information on Oliver's Hotel at Tamworth to follow. I probably created the page as I had a link to Oliver's Hotel 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 Oliver's Hotel. There is information on Staffordshire dotted around the website - click here for a suitable starting place.

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Licensees of Oliver's Hotel

1854 - William Logan
Logan's Vaults
1868 - William Henry Logan
1904 - John James Witts
Oliver's Hotel
1912 - Oliver Boonham
Note : this is not a complete list of licensees for this pub.

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Related Newspaper Articles

"Driver William James Frost, 2nd Light A.A. Battery, Royal Artillery, Whittington Barracks, was charged with stealing a soda water syphon, valued at 2/6, the property of Albert Henry Morgan, the Castle Brewery, on September 17th. He was also charged with stealing a soda water syphon, valued at 2s., the property of Oliver Boonham, Oliver's Hotel, George Street, on September 17th. Accused said he only stole the one from Oliver's Hotel. George Edward Walters, barman at the Castle Hotel, Tamworth, said he was serving in the lounge of the hotel on September 25th, and at about 9 p.m. he placed a soda water syphon on the table. Several men came in, and at 10 p.m. he collected the glasses, but found the syphon was missing. P.S. Bradley said at 10-5 p.m. he saw the defendant in Market Street, and noticed he had something he was trying to conceal underneath his coat. Witness questioned him, and he found it was a soda water syphon. Defendant said he had brought it from the Barracks, but witness found it was similar to the one missing from the Castle Hotel. The other syphon from Oliver's Hotel was taken by defendant and left at the Castle Hotel. This he admitted. Defendant said he took the syphons as a joke. The cases were dismissed under the First Offenders' Act, but defendant was ordered to pay £1 in each case towards the costs. The Mayor issued a serious warning against a repetition of such practices."
"A Costly Joke"
Tamworth Herald : October 9th 1937 Page 5

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