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Angel

1780

William Cox paid 5 shillings land tax

Land tax 1780

Angel Inn

1793

at the house of Mr William Coxe

Newspaper

Beare

1627

February 2 - two soldiers billeted here were Jasper Cosby and James Baker


Bull

1692

Silver Street


Bull

1771

Twenty Pounds Annuity Society was meeting at the Bull Inn


Bull Inn

1780

Stephen Jones 'for ye bull inn & stock' 0.18.8

Land Tax

Bull Inn

1791

listed as one of the principal inns

Universal Directory

Bull Inn

1794

Mrs Watkins paid rates, 'greatest part void'

Parish Rates

Catherine Wheel

1459

Cirencester Street


Catherine Wheel

1701

on Long Street


Crown

1751

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


George

1627

February 2nd two soldiers billeted here were Symon Wilshere and John Howard


George Inn

1740s

in existence


George Inn

1780

Mr Cope paid for ye George Inn 1.4.6

Land tax

George Inn

1791

William Cope, also paid rates in 1794


George Inn

1791

listed as one of the principal inns

Universal Directory

George Inn


Church Street


Horse Collar

1820

John Warn & maltster


Horse Collar

1822

John Warn


Horse Collar

1852

Mary Warn


Horseshoe

1719

became The Mitre by this date


Horseshoe


Cirencester Street


Lamb

1696

on Long Street


Lamb

1787

Ann Witchell of the Lamb guilty of suffering tippling in her house on the Lord's day and other irregularities has consented to pay a fine of £10 to be disposed of as the gentlemen assembled this day at a vestry shall direct in order to prevent a prosecution being commenced against her for the said offences

P328/1 VE Vestry minutes Tetbury

Light Dragoon

1807

Church Street, the premises formerly known as the Red Lion

Glebe Terrier

Little White Hart

1807

premises formerly known as the little White Hart and next to the Boot Inn and now divided into two tenements

Glebe Terrier

Mason's Arms

1740s

Church Street


Mason's Arms

1794

Mr Carisbrook paid rates of 6 shillings

Parish Rates

Maydenhead

1627

February 2 - two soldiers billeted here Thomas Mannes and Humfry Llangford


Mitre

1719

on the site of The Horseshoe, Cirencester Street


New Inn

1627

February 2nd two soldiers billeted here were Edward Browne and Thomas Bradford


Portcullis

1627

February 2nd two soldiers billeted here were Anthony Parker and Thomas Williams


Priory Inn

1980s

opened by this date


Queen's Arms

1699

inhabited by Archibald Johnstone


Queen's Arms

1760

around this date became stables for a house on The Chipping


Queen's Arms

1844

John Smith


Queen's Arms

1668

in existence


Red Lion

1594

Church Street


Red Lion

1610

mentioned in GDR depositions

GDR depositions

Red Lion

1627

February 2nd soldier billeted here was John Tanner


Red Lion

1654

situated on Church Street to the north side of the Three Cups

D587 Box 9 Gloucestershire Archives

Red Lion

1807

premises on Church Street formerly called the Red Lion and now the Light Dragoon in the possession of Edward Aldridge by a lease and let by him to an undertenant

Glebe Terrier

Red Lyon


Church Street


Rose and Crown


Coombers Mead


Star

1722

on Long Street


Star

1722

Innkeeper Mr Thomas

Newspapers Evening Post, Saturday, August 25, 1722

Star Inn

1780

John Hanley paid 0.18.0s

Land Tax

Sun

1748

Silver Street


Swan

1594

Thomas Estcourt

1594 Survey

Swan

1603

Edward Escourt [Thomas having been crossed out] for the tenement by the sign of the Swane in the tenure of Jo' Cary

1603 Survey

Swan

1627

two soldiers billeted here on 2 February were John Butler and John Brookes


Swan

1635-1780

was in the butchers shambles, Church Street


Swan

C16th

by the end of this century the inn was on the north side of the Market Place


Swan Inn

1807

premises in Butchers Row formerly called the Swan Inn, now divided into small tenements and let by the tenant Thomas Thompson, surgeon to his undertenants

Glebe Terrier

White Horse

1740s

Long Street


White Lion

1699

on Long Street


White Lion

1771

Town assembly held here


White Lyon

1780

Mr Savage paid 1.1.0

Land Tax

White Lyon

1627

February 2 - soldier billeted here was Phillip Parry