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1933 | LICENSED PREMISES TO LET. TIHE ANGARRACK INN. near Hayle. Rent and ingoing moderate. Suit a pensioner. Apply The Brewery,

LICENSED PREMISES TO LET. TIHE ANGARRACK INN. near Hayle. Rent and ingoing moderate. Suit a pensioner. Apply The Brewery, Hayle. Cornwall. 431 TO BE LET OR SOLD.

via  https://www.genesreunited.co.uk/searchbna/viewrecord/bl/0000331/19330309...

 

Cornishman Cornwall, England

9 Mar 1933  read more »

1895 | TO LET, with early possession, the "ANGARRACK INN" | Apply Ellis and Son, The Brewery

According to 

Cornwall Cornishman Newspaper Archives, Apr 25, 1895, p. 8

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__ TO LET, with early possession, the “ ANGARRACK INN, ” Angarrack, near Hayle. Incoming moderate and by valuation.—Apply Ellis and Son, The Brewery, ...

 

1838 | Francis Harvey inherits Angarrack Inn due to Matthew Tremayne's debts of £225. Joseph Hockin(g) Innkeeper

In his will Matthew Tremayne left the Inn to his children, but he died admitting he owed over £100 to Francis Harvey.

7 March 1838 the children added to the will that Preston Wallis "the goods, chattels and credits of the said deceased may be granted  and committed in due form of Law to Francis Harvey of  the Parish of Phillack, Draper, a  creditor of the said deceased and also a Trustee named and appointed in and by the said Will. And we do hereby promise"

12 Mar 1838 Francis Harvey went to the Archdeaconry Court of Cornwall to prove the debt was £225.

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1833 | namely the Inn now in the occupation of my son William together with the stable and other outhouses thereto belonging

In father's will: "I give and bequeath unto my children, William, Henry, Alfred, John, Samuel and Mary equally all the property whatsoever that is my free inheritance namely the Inn now in the occupation of my son William together with the stable and other outhouses thereto belonging and the garden adjoining"

1808 | Sale of Mellenoweth Mine Share on 20.12.1808 at the house of John Stephens (Innkeeper) at Angarrack

John Stevens (Innkeeper) An advert in the Royal Cornwall Gazette of 17.12.1808 reads 'Sale of Mellenoweth Mine Share on 20.12.1808 at the house of John Stephens at Angarrack in the parish of Phillack Innkeeper.

1850 | TO BE LET from Michaelmas next, all that desirable Inn or Public-house, called the L A M B I N N | Angarrack Inn

Via The Royal Cornwall Gazette, Falmouth Packet, and General Advertiser (Truro, England), Friday, June 21, 1850; pg. [1]; Issue 2452. 19th Century British Library Newspapers: Part II.

PUBLIC HOUSE
In Angarrack, in Phillack, to be Let.
TO BE LET from Michaelmas next, all that desirable
Inn or Public-house, called the

L A M B           I N N

And Gardens thereto annexed with the appurtenances,
situate in Angarrack, in the parish of Phillack, in the
county of Cornwall, and now in the occupation of Mr.
James Polkinghorne as tenant thereof.

For viewing the premises apply to the said Mr.
POLKINGHORNE, and for further particulars to
Mr. ARUNDEL ROGERS,
Solicitor, Helston.  read more »

Historic Environment Planning West Majors Comment Date: Mon 12 Mar 2018

Historic Environment Planning West Majors

 

Comment Date: Mon 12 Mar 2018

This application by the lack of a HIA informing the proposals and by virtue of the large extension, with two large lantern lights, picket fence and non-specified roof covering occupying the whole yard harms the architectural character and spatial proportions of this classical proportioned listed building and does not comply with policies NPPFP128 and 134 and Cornwall Local Plan policies 12 and 24 and sections 66 and 72 of the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990.  read more »