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Noahs Ark Public House, Crookes

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I believe that my uncle Walter Morton may have been publican of this pub in the 1920s/30s? Does anyone have any records of past landlords?

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Henry Hatton was the landlord at the Noahs Ark from 1911 to 1935 (when he went bust with unsecured liabilities of £914 16s 9d - blamed on unemployment and the opening of a working mens club nearby).  Then:

1937 Arthur Haslehurst [ beer retailer only ]
1938 Arthur Smith
1939 Arthur Smith
1942 Arthur Smith
1944 Arthur Smith
1948 Arthur Smith [ beer retailer only ]

That might help narrow the potential dates down - perhaps to only 1935/6/7?

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Thanks Edmund. Think it could have been before that!! Or even some other public house at Crookes!!! It's a bit vague!!!

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