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The Hawne Tavern. Halesowen.

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The Hawne Tavern. Halesowen.
Posted by Alaska. on March 30, 2017



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12:02 PM on April 3, 2017 
Originally, two dwellings in a line of Terraced cottages on a trackway from Short Cross, Halesowen, to Hawne Lane. In 1870, it was a shop, then in 1873, Thomas Marriot, a Farmer, applied for a Beer Sellers Licence. It was refused. On appeal, he was granted a Licence to sell Beer, but only for consumption Off the premises. In 1874, he tried agin, this time for a full Victuallers Licence, as he had the property enlarged and a celler constructed, and once again, it was refused. In 1881, he was living in Malt Mill Lane, Blackheath as an unemployed Farmer, having obviously given up the idea of a Publicans Life.