William Slaughter was a soldier billeted here on 2nd February
rebuilding work undertaken
The Crown owned by Christopher Clarke [maybe in part] according to transcript of deeds mainly relating to Crew House.
Old Angel left in trust to Joseph Orum, son of Moses, by William Orum of Garsdon, along with one other property
Moses Orum entitled to vote as owner of 2 houses in Tetbury. He lived in Charlton, Wiltshire; the Tetbury houses were inhabited by J.Bailey and F.Long - there is no indication if either were an inn
William Cox paid land tax for 'ye angel' 5 shillings
advert for auction at the house of William Coxe [the Angel Inn, Tetbury]
25/3/1793 Gloucester Journal
Mrs Cox, wife of William of The Angel Inn, died. 1/2/1802
Edwards Staymakers from the Cross, Gloucester visited for the purpose of attending his patrons from the evening of Wednesday 2nd May until noon on Thursday 3rd.
30/4/1804 Gloucester Journal
Angel - Francis Crew, also a plasterer & tiler
Angel - Francis Crew
In 1824 The Angel Inn was occupied by Francis Crew and he paid land tax of £4 14s 7d
Angel - John Berry
The Angel Inn owned by Francis Brown, occupied by Francis Crew
no listing in directories of this era
In the Rate Book of 1860 the owner of The Crown was Sarah Sealy, and the Inn was occupied by William Lock. An area known as Crown Inn Yard held a warehouse which was rented to C & J Fowles, and a cottage rented to Fanny Palmer.
William Lock, also a farmer
Licensing Act lists The CROWN with landlord ET Mann, tied to Messrs Cook alehouse on an annual lease with 1 transfer
Elijah Thomas Mann, Crown P.H Union Street
Elijah Mann fined at Tetbury Petty Sessions for being drunk on his own premises
Licensing Act lists The Crown with landlord Ernest Wm Mann tied to Messers Cook alehouse on a quarterly lease, closing at 11pm; 2 transfers and 1 conviction
Ernest Mann Crown P.H & chimney sweeper Union Street
Valuation Survey assessment lists licensed house, cottage, buildings and land which was part of the business sold by Cooks to Stroud Brewery in 1913 for £33,000. The Crown was valued at £830.
Charles & Elsie Bowsher
childs shoe found during refurbishment