Newdigate Arms/Arbury Farm
The Original Newdigate Arms, now Arbury Farm. William Bergin Fretwall 3rd from left
Arbury Farm, Formally the Newdigate Arms
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Nottingham Review and General Advertiser for the Midland Counties - Friday 13 May 1831
MARRIED, On Tuesday last, West Hallam, in the county of Derby, by the Rev. W. Parker, Robert Evans, Esq., of Lencote (Lewcote?) House, West Hallam, to only daughter of Mr. Isaac Attenborough, of the Newdigate Arms Inn,
Local and District News
FARMING MAN, who understands ploughing and general farm work. Live in or out. Single preferred. Mr. J. Fretwell, Newdigate Arms, West Hallam, Derby.
YOUTH Wanted, to Help in House and Farm work; good character.—Apply Newdigate Arms, West Hallam, Derbyshire
NOT PROVED. CHARGES AGAINST ILKESTON LANDLORD DISMISSED
At Ilkeston, this morning, Thos. Arthur Sisson. licensee of the "Newdigate Arms," West Hallam, was summoned for selling whisky to Lewis Preece, High-lane, West Hallam, haulage contractor, and beer to Charles Edward Haslam, Mapperley-lane, West Hallam, colliery banksman, otherwise than during permitted hours, on 18th November- Preece and Haslam were summoned for consuming. Mr. B. W. Moore (Derby) prosecuted, and Mr. A. M. Lyons (instructed Mr .R. A. Young) defended. Sergeant Jenny and Police-constable Miller testified that they were near the house at 11p-m. and looked through the kitchen window and saw the two defendants there. The landlord drew two bottles out of a case and gave a glass of something to Haslam, who paid him some money. Preece had a drink in front of him. ‘The officers then entered and Sisson said the two were officials of the club and had stayed to discuss the winter programme of the club. He had given them a drink.
The case was dismissed.
BEARDSLEY - TRUSSELL
Grace Plackett Trussell, Newdigate Arms. West Hallam to John Henry Beardsley, Ilkeston, on Saturday May 8, at St. Wilfred's, West Hallam.
Richardson & Linnell
Vacant possession. A VERY compact and desirable SMALL HOLDING. ARBURY FARM, HIGH LANE, WEST HALLAM 13 ACRES. 3 ROODS, 26 PERCHES. Good farmhouse and buildings, at present used as Poultry Farm. Solicitors, J. & W. H. SALE & SON, 6, Iron-gate, Derby.
The wedding took place at St. Wilfrid’s Church. West Hallam, on Saturday, of Miss May Thompson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Thompson, of Spencer Street, Smalley Common, and Mr. Eric B. Trussel, son of Mr. and Mrs. B. Trussel, of the Newdigate Arms, West Hallam. The bride was given away by her brother, Mr. Philip Thompson and the bridesmaids were Miss Dorothy Thompson (sister) and and Miss Dorothy Dean. Mr. J. Beardsley was the best man.