Who was Elizabeth Kingsley?
[Following a Tring - Ivinghoe Cricket match] At the conclusion of the game the parties partook of an excellent supper, provided by Mr. Kingsley at the Plough Inn, Tring, and spent the evening together in a jovial manner. Bucks Herald, 2 August, 1845.
Plough Inn, High Street, Tring
After Sale of Business
Still operating as Plough Inn, in September 1854 as W Brown has Auction there.
CLUB FEAST - Monday last, being Whit Monday, the Tring Benefit Society held their annual meeting. After attending divine services at the parish church, the members dined together at the Plough Inn. The dinner provided on the occasion was good and substantial, and ample justice having been done to the same, the remainder of the day was spent in a very pleasant and satisfactory manner. Bucks Herald 2nd June, 1855
Notes on Publicans
1823 E Brinkman, Plough
1828/9 Elizabeth Brinkman, Plough
1839 William Kingsley, Plough (and posting house)
1855 Henry Tompkins
1861 William Roffey was publican between Elliman and Tomkins premises. [no pub name]
1866 John Woodman at the Plough
1878 John Penn, Commercial Inn, High Street
1882, 1886, 1890 John Penn, Plough Inn, 50 High Street
1895 John Penn
No longer operatimg as pub after circa 1900