Records relating to Thomas Bailey (born 27th December 1844), licensee of the Castle Inn, Hawarden for many years. He was well acquainted with W.E. Gladstone, four times Prime Minister; and is notable for having shot a cow in Hawarden Park which had knocked down Mr Gladstone. The horns of the cow were mounted on wood (from a tree which W.E. Gladstone had felled himself). Tom Bailey died on 1st June 1921.
RECORDS OF TOM BAILEY, LICENSEE OF THE CASTLE INN, HAWARDEN
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- ReferenceGB 208 D-DM/1790
- Dates of Creation1857-1921
- Physical Description13 items
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Deposited on indefinite loan on 20th January 2015 by the great-grand-daughter of Thomas Bailey.