Barley Mow Inn, New road, Dawley"
I can’t find a reference to the pub after 1892, Mrs. Matthews's ran a clothing shop from there around the 1940s, and later Taylor's had a general store there.
1892 Mr. Albert Phillips as advertising the Barley Mow for sale, Wellington Journal - Saturday 27 August 1892.
1891 Census, unable to find Barley Mow in this census?
1883 Mr. William Russell took over the Barley Mow but as now moved on? Wellington Journal - Saturday 15 September 1883.
1881 Census, James Wardell Beer Seller, district 05 page 70.
1881 James Wardell is advertising the Barley Mow to let, Wellington Journal - Saturday 09 April 1881.
1879 John Hulse transfers the license to Joseph Edwards, Eddowes's Journal, and General Advertiser for Shropshire, and the Principality of Wales - Wednesday 05 March 1879
1871 Census, the Barley Mow is uninhabited.
1878 John Hulse is advertising the Barley Mow for sale, see Eddowes's Journal, and General Advertiser for Shropshire, and the Principality of Wales - Wednesday 18 September 1878
1861 I can’t find Thomas Smith as being the landlord in this census, but there is a Thomas Smith living in Finger Lane age 25 and his occupation is a Foundry Clark.
1860 Thomas Smith is the landlord, and is advertising the Barley Mow for sale, see Wellington Journal - Saturday 28 April 1860.
1859 Thomas Smith is the landlord, and is advertising the Barley Mow for sale, see Wellington Journal - Saturday 01 October 1859.
1857 William Rowe is the landlord, he was convicted of selling beer at an unlawful hour, at a quarter past eleven o’clock on the night of the 22nd ult. See Wellington Journal - Saturday 12 September 1857.
1856 John Owen was convicted of keeping his house open after eleven o’clock at night on the 24th of May, see Wellington Journal - Saturday 28 June 1856.
1851 John Owen, Iron Stone Miner & Beer Seller age 48 is still there, see census district 2f page 21.
1848 John Owen, Dawley, retail brewer is the landlord see London Gazette, Friday, March, 14.