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Anchor InnPublic house from at least 1834 until 1920Licensees1805-1820 Robert Plant1827 Henry Lowe (died 1834)1851 Sarah Lowe1868 George Machin1880 Charles Bond1900 Herbert Smith1912 George Green
Ashbrook CottageHenry Addison - Church School Furniture manufacturer bought this property in 1881 and traded as H & S Addison suggesting he was in partnership with his brother Samuel who was a grocer at what is now the Co-op Supermarket.
The Malt House1900Bellingham & Price(Maltsters & Ale & Porter Merchants)Property now demolished
BrookhouseWas a public house called the “New Inn” then renamed to “Union Inn”. Could seat nearly 100 diners. Described once as having the largest public room in Gnosall.Later used as a school and Malthouse. Now a private residenceProperty Timeline
In the mid 1800s this area was the yard, house and shop of the Grosvenor family who were wheelwrights here for at least 2 generations.It was later owned by the Cotton family, then the Grattage family both of them Plumbers.Now the Post Office