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My g g grandfather, Robert Jennings, is a resident at the pub with his wife Sarah and their children on the 1891 census. I always believed that he was the landlord as his son, my g grandfather, Charles, and his wife Florence ran it after him. Florence was the landlady of the Weavers until the 1970's. Towards the end of her life she was the oldest landlady in Britain.

I've just discovered that my G.G.G. Grandfather's brother, Albert Fouracre, was the Licensed Victueller at this pub in 1891. Does that mean he was the Landlord?