When did these Jarrow pubs close?
#21
The Hackle typical estate pub the neon run down working mans club sorry.

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#22
Victoria Hotel, Ferry Street

Just came across this pub in the 1881 census...

1881 census transcription details for: 79, (Victoria Hotel), Ferry St, Hedworth And Monkton And Jarrow National Archive Reference: RG number: RG11 Piece: 5023 Folio: 11 Page: 15 Reg. District: South Shields Sub District: South Shields Parish: Hedworth and Monkton and Jarrow Enum. District:
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Address: 79, (Victoria Hotel), Ferry St, Hedworth And Monkton And Jarrow County: Durham Name Relation Condition Sex Age Birth Year Occupation , Disability Where Born
WARDLE, James Head Married M 47 1834 Licensed Victualler Camperdown Northumberland
WARDLE, Catherine J Wife Married F 38 1843 Licensed Victuallers Wife Hetton
WARDLE, Robert W Son Single M 22 1859 Architect Jarrow
WARDLE, Margaret Ann Daughter Single F 12 1869 Scholar Jarrow
WARDLE, James Son Single M 11 1870 Scholar Newcastle
WARDLE, Catherine Jane Daughter Single F 10 1871 Scholar Newcastle
WARDLE, Esther Dixon Daughter Single F 2 1879 Jarrow
MIDDLEMISS, Alice Visitor Single F 21 1860 Newcastle
TURNBULL, Ann Servant Single F 20 1861 Servant Morpeth
WRIGHTSON, Mary A Servant Single F 17 1864 Servant Sunderland

What is a Licenses Victualler exactly?
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#23
I do not remember the Jarrow Lad and a few others that you mentioned but I remember when the Ben Lomand became the Viking.
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#24
tedg Wrote:The Hackle typical estate pub the neon run down working mans club sorry.
I can remember when I worked at the Neon for Harriet Howe (she was great)
and the biggest T``` of all Doc Holliday
The biggest rogue ever .
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#25
If he is still around Charlie Masingham for Prime Minister.
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#26
wilfry Wrote:If he is still around Charlie Masingham for Prime Minister.
I think he passed away a few years ago.I know his brother Bernard.

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#27
wilfry Wrote:I can remember when I worked at the Neon for Harriet Howe (she was great)
and the biggest T``` of all Doc Holliday
The biggest rogue ever .
He had the pub in the beamish museum in the 90's

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#28
tedg Wrote:Yes it was on the corner of narworth tce and chillingham tce.
I worked there in the summer of '73 when John Bewick was the landlord.
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#29
tedg Wrote:I think he passed away a few years ago.I know his brother Bernard.

Yes he died approx 2006. He used to work in the dairy next to the Prince of Wales Pub.
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#30
Visited Jarrow in July. The Hackle and the Neon in need of a makeover. I was a barman in the bar of the Chillingham Bull for a short while  in the early seventies. Robin seems to be the place to go for music food and good choice of ale.
Would be my local if I lived back there.
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