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Cromwell Hotel, Kingston Upon Hull, Yorkshire

Picture source: Sean Middleton

The Cromwell Hotel was situated on Walmsley Street. This pub opened in 1868 and was closed and demolished by the early 1980s.
Source: Paul Gibson
My mam and dad, Eunice and Tom Middleton, ran the pub for a few years during my childhood in the 1960’s. Great times as a kid living there, no ghosts, just rosy times and the odd scrap heard as a child drifting off to sleep.
Sean Middleton (July 2012)
My father Wally Utting was the landlord along with his wife Olive from November 1966 until he retired in March 1976.  The brewery decided to close the doors of “The Cromwell” at the same time.  I lived there until I married in 1973.  It was a very popular, lively public house.  Many  good times spent there by the regulars until it was closed and later demolished.
Helen Brown nee Utting (February 2013)
My aunt and uncle Mary and Howard White were landlord and landlady from 1952 to 1959.
Malcolm Bogg (May 2014)

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Name Dates Comments
Deborah Whitehurst 1925 My mother Ada Betty Wright was born here as her parents, George and Doris, ran the pub at that time.
Brian Bennett 1964-1970 Wally and Olive, landlord and landlady, I believe deceased.