Some history of the New Inn at Frith Common in Lindridge in the County of Worcestershire

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Licensees of the New Inn

1841 - Mr. Lloyd
1861 - Richard Butler
1898 - Alfred Blakemore
1899 - James Herbert Brazier
Note : this is not a complete list of licensees for this pub.

"I have been doing genealogy for many years. Thought you may be interested that my g.g.grandfather, Richard Butler, is listed on the 1861 census as being the innkeeper at the New Inn at Lindridge. My great grandfather Richard Hill married one of his daughters, Mary Ann. In 1851 they were living in Longmor Cottage."
Sue Hingley

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Related Newspaper Articles

"Richard Butler, of the New Inn, Lindridge, was charged by Superintendent Raby with having his house open for the sale of cider, before half-past twelve o'clock on Sunday, the 29th September last. The case was clearly proved by P.C. Crane, who stated that he visited the defendant's house that morning, and found two persons there drinking cider. Fined 10s. and 9s. 6d. expenses."
"Illegal Hours"
Worcestershire Chronicle : October 16th 1861 Page 3

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