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Pax Inn (Thorp Arch) (1 comment)
c. 1880 This is the original Pax Inn, a long, low building with thatched roof situated on the main street. It was first mentioned in a commercial directory for 1838 as 'The Goats Head'. By 1861 the name had changed to the Hatfeild Arms after the Hadfeild family of Thorp Arch. The name changed again to 'Pax' by 1871 which was the motto of William Gossip (1704-1772). Lord of the Manor, and means 'peace'. In 1883 the old inn had been dilapidated, it was demolished and a new Pax was built a short distance further north on The Village.
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The Green, Thatched cottages (Thorp Arch)
Undated Thatched cottages on the Green at the corner with The Village. A note on the back of the photograph says that these single storey dwellings were pulled down in approximately 1906. The figures can be seen on Church Causeway.
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The Village (Thorp Arch)
Undated. View of The Village showing the Pax Public House on the main street. The original Pax was a thatched inn 50 metres further south on the main street. It became delapidated and was demolished in 1883 and the new Pax was built. The original pub started life in the early nineteenth century as The Goats Head, by 1861 the name had changed to the Hatfield Arms and it became the Pax Inn by 1871.
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The Village (Thorner) (2 comments)
Undated. Image shows a road lined with properties in the village of Thorner. On the left are stone built terraced properties while on the right are some more modern brick built properties.
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The Village (Thorner) (1 comment)
Undated. Image shows stone built properties on a road leading through the Village of Thorner.
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