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Re: Family History
My 3 x great grandfather George Noble owned The Beehive pub.In his Will made 12th February 1831 when he was aged 66/67 (and described as yeoman), he left the public house called The Beehive, the brewhouse garden, the ground adjoining and the appurtenances to his dear wife Elizabeth for and during her natural life and then to his youngest son Joseph and his heirs. Elizabeth was also left the household furniture, brewing utensils and stock in trade. The sloop or vessel called the Good Intent, of which his son George was then the master was also left to Elizabeth.
George was also a pitman so I'm guessing he must have been around when The Battle of Friars Goose took place.
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