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Butchers Arms c1910-20's. Here we see Parsloe, then the landlord, with cycle and two of his sons. The cottage behind them has been since knocked down, replaced with a demolished rebuilt with a flat above and garage below. Photo probably by Frank Watts phot before moving to Stonesfield.
The Green, Shipton under Wychwood, in the snow. The Crown sign is on the left and Church Street on the right. Date: 1900s
Quart Pot Inn inside Bay Window Fred Burrus , Fred Timms , Stan Bursom , Lionel Puddle
Wychwood Bowls Club on grounds at the rear of The Shaven Crown Hotel. Players identified include: Eric Meecham; W.J.Franklin; Walt Smith; E.J.Kethro; Wallace; Ted Pearce; Duester; Bill Timms; George Rathbone. Date: not known
The Red Horse Inn and junction with Milton Road about 1900
Early photograph taken by the old Coach and Horses Inn at the corner of Green Lane and Shipton Road. Date: not known but probably early 1900s
Shipton Odd Fellows about 1910 in front of the Crown Inn
Mrs Dan Coombes: Landlady of The Crown Inn. Date: not known (possibly 1890s-early 1900s)
Butchers Arms High Street Milton under Wychwood c.1930
Fair near Shaven Crown in Shipton. Early 20th Century
The old Gibbet Tree just off the Burford Road outside Shipton. Note the carved initials of Tom and Harry from the original Tom, Dick and Harry
Ascott under Wychwood. Shipton Road with Swan Public House on left
Milton: Church Road shows Post Office, Quart Pot & Blenheim House 1936/7
Group of Shipton men behind the Crown in 1903. Copy of Packer postcard.Two men at the back are Jack Cox on left and Walt Longshaw at right. On the bench from left to right are Donald Coombes, Albert Timms, John Miles, Ed Steed, William (Bill) Bradley on the right. Bill Bradley was the father of Ernest, Reginald (garage), George (haulier), Fred and Leah.
Shipton British Legion 5th July 1936 marching to Court Cricket ground. The Shaven Crown is on the left.
The Butchers Arms Milton
Peter Brooks of Milton 1802 - 1862. Licensee of the Butcher's Arms in Milton. Related to the Brooks of Shipton
The Quart Pot Inn, High St. Milton under Wychwood
Outside the Shaven Crown. Left standing - John Longshaw, sailor Pascoe, Dan Faulkner standing in cap, Ted Metcalfe, Landlord Mr Pascoe
Coach and Horses Inn at the corner of Green Lane and Shipton Road
The Heythrop Hunt Meet at The Crown, Shipton under Wychwood Date: possibly 1936
Sir Oswald Mosley; pictured at The Shaven Crown, Shipton under Wychwood, whilst under house arrest. Date: 1943
3rd Battalion Oxfordshire Home Guard photographed outside of The Shaven Crown, Shipton under Wychwood. Date: 1945, March

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