Scott Arms

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Originally known as the New Inn in William Pitt’s time, it became the Eldon Arms. Sometime after 1939, it became the Scott Arms.


List of Innkeepers / Publicans
(extracted from Census Returns unless otherwise stated)

1841
    Joseph Hibbs (age 50) – Publican

1845 [extracted from Tithe Map Apportionment]:
    Giles Foot – Public House & Garden

1851
    Giles Foot (age 49) – Inn keeper
    Peter Notley (age 67) – Grocer & Inn keeper
          (Note in 1841, Peter Notley (age 55) was simply shown as Grocer
    Richard Udle (age 22) – Innkeeper’s servant

1861 – Eldon Arms
    Thomas Senneck Foot (age 26) – Innkeeper
    Mary Foot (age 26) – Innkeeper’s Wife

1871
    Thomas Senneck Foot (age 36) – Innkeeper
    Mary Foot (age 36) – Innkeeper’s Wife

1881
    Thomas Senneck Foot (age 46) – Innkeeper employing 1 man

1891 – Eldon Arms
    Charles Bartlett (age 31) – Publican
    Georgina Bartlett (age 29) – Publican Assistant

1901 – Eldon Arms
    Charles Bartlett (age 41) – Innkeeper
    Georgina J Bartlett (age 33)

1911 – Eldon Arms
    Charles Bartlett (age 51)
    Georgina Jane Bartlett (age 48)

1931 – Eldon Arms PH [extracted from Kelly’s Directory]
    Bartlett, Georgina Mrs

1939 – Eldon Arms PH [extracted from Kelly’s Directory]
    Bartlett, Georgina Mrs

2010 – The Scott Arms
Ian Coppack, Simon Coppack & Nicky Coppack

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