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Old House At Home

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The Old House At Home was situated on Aldermaston Road, Pamber Green.  A small two-up, two-down cottage in Pamber Green, built in about 1780 and occupied by John Lambden and his wife Elizabeth nee Barlow. It was extended in the 1800s when it became an alehouse. The keeper in 1861 is recorded as David Lambden.
In 1881 John Woodeson and his wife lived there and by 1891 William Smith, his family, and two 'live-in' servants were the incumbents.
In 1956 it was de-licensed and became a market garden owned by Mr E. Fiddes until 1960. In the mid 1970s it was given another identity as a guest-house. Research by Tadley and District Historical Society shows it is now a private dwelling.
 
Source: Peter Elliott
 

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