Marston’s historic public house. Use the arrows to scroll through the thumbnail pictures (modern and historical), and click on it for larger picture. Victor Biovois from France is listed as publican and Ferryman in 1881 census, arrived in 1875. His son became landlord. His grandson, also called Victore Biovois, is the only one of the Old Marston World War I dead who came home and is buried in the church yard and listed on the War Memorial. Click here for link to pictures and more information. View the Victoria Arms website - click here (Tel. 01865-241382).
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