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The Royal Oak
15 Kent Street, Upper Gornal.
This was an early pub estabished on the turnpike road between Dudley and Sedgley as were many others along this stretch of highway.
It was located next door to 'The Lion Inn' at No. 16 Kent Street.
Both pubs were demolished in the 1960s.
1839: Newspaper Sale Notice.
1830s, John Darby.
1840s, Thomas Page.
1881, Edward Beddinham, occupation: Wheelwright employing 2 Men & 2 Boys. [Census].
1916-1936, John Bodenham, beer retailer. [Kellys Directory]
1939, Benjamin Naylor, licensee (bricklayer)
b 24 June 1902. [Register]1940, Benjamin Naylor, proprietor. [Kellys Directory]
1846: Newspaper Sale Notice.
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