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Miscellaneous

BULL

 

1692 on Silver Street

1771 Twenty Pounds Annuity Society - Place of Meeting: Bull Inn, Tetbury

1780-1786 Stephen Jones for ye Bull Inn & stock 0.18.8 [1780]

1790 no occupier listed

 

CATHERINE WHEEL

 

on Cirencester Street in 1459

on Long Street in 1701

 

CROWN

 

on Silver Street in (name taken by the Angel by mid C19th)

see also The Crown

 

GEORGE INN

 

1740s on Church Street

1780 Mr Cope ‘for ye George Inn 1.4.6’ [Land tax],

1791 still listed in 1791 directory.

 

HORSE COLLAR

 

1820 John Warn & maltster
1822 John Warn
1842-1852 Mary Warn

Inbetween the 1822 and 1842 entries Mary Warn is listed as a wine & spirit merchant, Church Street, and again in 1856. There are no mentions of the Horse Collar after the 1852 entry.

[source: Trade Directories]

 

HORSESHOE

 

on Cirencester Street became Mitre before 1719

 

LAMB

on Long Street in 1696

1786 Witchell occupier or owner [rates]

1787 mentioned in overseers document: ‘Ann Witchell of the Lamb Inn having been guilty of [suffering] tippling in her house on the Lords day and other [irregularies] has consented to pay a fine of 10 to be disposed of as the gentlemen here assembled this day at a vestry shall [direct] in order to prevent a prosecution being commenced against her for the said offences’ The money was to be invested and interest used to support the Almshouses. In the same vestry meeting the churchwardens were serving notices on the Fox, Angel, Compass, New Inn, Greyhound and the Bell advising them that they were recommending to the justices who granted licenses not to renew these hostelries.

 

MASONS ARMS

 

1740s on Church Street

1790 Mr Carisbrooke owner paying rates

 

QUEEN’S ARMS

 

1668 Queens Arms

1699 inhabited by Archibald Johnstone
c1760 became stables for house on Chipping

1782 property of Mr Ledginham [rates]

 

RED LYON

 

Two entries from the survey of 1594 listthe ‘signe of the Red Lyon’ as a property on Church Street

 

STAR

 

1722 on Long Street

1722 Innkeeper Mr Thomas [Evening Post (London, England), Saturday, August 25, 1722]

1780-1782 John Hanley

1786 but no occupier or owner of premises listed

 

SUN

 

1748 on Silver Street

 

SWAN

 

C16 [late] was on the north side of the Market Place

1635 - c1780 The Swan was in the butchers shambles, Church Street.

1814 property mentioned as ‘formerly called’ the Swan Inn in a will left by Thomas Thompson, surgeon. The property was owned by the vicar and lease to Dr Thompson.

 

WHEATSHEAF INN

 

on junction with Charlton Road c1891 according to Sid Mosdell but not in licensing act list for that year.

 

WHITE HORSE

 

on Long Street

1782 Mr Bailey paid rates

 

WHITE LION

 

1669 on Long Street

1771 town assembly held there

1780-1782 Mr Savage

 

In the parish poor rates for 1788 James Savage ‘of the Short Inn’ is listed. Was the Short Inn in fact the Star Inn or some other establishment?

 

SOURCES:

Mosdell, S.G.; Take a closer look at Tetbury’s Inns & Public Houses; published by the author

VCH Gloucestershire Vol 11 available online

Gloucestershire Archives

P328/1 CW 2/16 Overseers and Churchwardens ledgers

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14 December, 2014