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Looking for Information about Uplyme Hotel owner in 1950/60s

 
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Rawlings



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PostPosted: 20/09/10, 16:21    Post subject: Looking for Information about Uplyme Hotel owner in 1950/60s Reply with quote

Hello
I am looking for information regaring Roy Brown who used to own a hotel in Uplyme probably 50years ago.

I visited Uplyme the other day and wondered if the flats with the wonderful stone work once used to be a hotel. Maybe it was the Talbot or the Black Dog- not sure!

His wife's name was Tetla (not sure about the spelling) and they had a dog called Mitsy Moo! They didn't have any children.

Any information would be brilliant. I don't know whether they stayed in the village or moved on but I expect they would have both died by now. Question
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geoff



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Location: Lyme Rd, Uplyme

PostPosted: 21/09/10, 07:18    Post subject: Reply with quote

Welcome to the forums Rawlings !

The large building you refer to that is now flats and renamed 'Rohaise Court' was once the Devon Hotel. Originally the vicarage, the hotel ceased trading many years ago (some time in the 1990s ?). After a period of neglect, it was bought and split into flats.

See the following discussion for a little more info...
http://uplyme.com/debate/viewtopic.php?t=443&highlight=devon+hotel

Cheers,
Geoff.
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