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The Sportsman Public House Goldington

The Sportsman August 2017
The Sportsman August 2017

The Sportsman Public House: 58 The Boundary, Goldington

This Charles Wells public house opened in 1955. Unlike the company’s other two modern Goldington pubs, The Century and The Golden Lion, the Sportsman is still [2017] extant and still open as a pub.

Sources:

  • PSB9/2: register of alehouse licenses: c.1955-1995

Licensees: Note that this is not a complete list; italics indicate licensees whose beginning and/or end dates are not known:

1965-1967: Hubert Crowsley and Bernard Masi;
1967-1968: Hubert Crowsley and John Edward Williams;
1968-1969: Hubert Crowsley and Colin Roger Morris;
1969: Hubert Crowsley and William John Stevenson Shand;
1969-1970: Hubert Crowsley and Stuart Anthony Rice;
1970-1974: Hubert Crowsley and David John Streamer;
1974-1976: Hubert Crowsley and William Henry Marsh;
1976: Hubert Crowsley and Harry James Theobald;
1976: Richard Rawson Wolstenholme Hancock and Harry James Willett;
1976-1979: Richard Rawson Wolstenholme Hancock and Stanley Anthony Guthrie;
1979-1982: Richard Rawson Wolstenholme Hancock and George Edward Jackson;
1982: Richard Rawson Wolstenholme Hancock and Benjamin Parsonage;
1982-1983: George John Baker and Edward John Hohbein;
1983: Derek Charles Gibbs and Edward John Hohbein;
1983-1986: Derek Charles Gibbs and David Allenden;
1986-1988: Derek Charles Gibbs and Henry Albert Lawrence;
1988: Henry Albert Lawrence and Raymond Reginald Sydney Wheldal;
1988-1990: Adrian Charles Cunnington and Raymond Reginald Sydney Wheldal;
1990-1991: John Henry Rumgay and Douglas John Baker;
1991-1992: Keith Michael Betts and Douglas John Baker;
1992-1993: Douglas John Baker and Brian Hunt;
1993-1995: Victor Henry Masterson