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DATE/Notes [with source]

1777
James Warn, victualler, in his will names widow Eleanor, son Robert and daughters Elizabeth (Walker) and Judith (Swinterton)

1791
Robert Warn, victualler [Universal British Directory]

1819
Robert Warn, victualler residing at the public house called the Horse Collar plus other properties left to son John.

1820
John Warn, Horse Collar Inn [Gell & Bradshaw Directory]
John Warn running malt house [VCH]

1823
John Warn, maltster, Church Street & Horse Collar [Pigot]

1830
John Warn, maltster & spirit merchant [Pigot]

1832
John Warn, freehold of house called The Arnold, Tetbury [Register of Electors]

1839
John Warn, brewer and maltster

1840
Mary Warn, wine & spirit merchant, brewer & maltster, Church Street [Robson]

1842-1844
Mary Warn, maltster & Horse Collar [Pigot]

1852
Warn & Brown, Long Street, maltsters; Mary Warn, Horse Collar; Warn & Brown, Long Street, wine & spirit merchants [all Pigot]

1856
Mrs Mary Warn, brewer, maltster & wine & spirit merchant, Church Street [Post Office Directory]

1863-1868
William Warn, brewer, maltster & wine & spirit merchant, Church Street [Slater]

1870
William Warn, brewer, maltster, wine & spirit merchant, Church Street [Post Office Directory]

1874
William Warn, brewer & spirit merchant, Church Street [Mercer]

1876
William Warn, maltster, brewer, and wholesale wine & spirit merchant, Barton Steam Brewery [Trade Directory - PO?]

1885
William Warn, brewer, maltster & wholesale wine & spirit merchant, corn, malt & hop merchant, Barton Steam Brewery [Kellys]

1897
Warn & Sons, brewers & wine & spirit merchants, Church Street [Kellys]
William John Warn, beer retailer, Church Street [Kellys]

1902
Warn & Sons, brewers & wine & spirit importers, Church Street [Kellys]
William John Warn, beer retailer, Church Street [Kellys]

1910
In October, at the Brewers Exhibition in London Warn and Sons won a medal for their beer - the only medal awarded in Gloucestershire, Wiltshire and Somerset. [Wilts and Gloucestershire Standard - Saturday 29 October 1910]

1919
Warn & Sons, Barton & Dolphin Breweries, Church Street [Kellys]

1923
partnership between William John Warn, Charles Edward Warn & Horace Lisle Taylor dissolved 31/12/1923 [London Gazette] Trading as Warn & Sons Ltd

1927
Warn & Sons Ltd was registered as a private  company with a capital of £20,000 in £1 shares to acquire the business carried on at Tetbury and elsewhere as "Warn and Sons", and to carry on the business of brewers, maltsters, wine and spirit merchants and importers, hop merchants and growers, malt factors, corn merchants, distillers, manufacturers of and dealers in cider, perry, liqueurs and cordials of all kinds, aerated, mineral and artificial waters etc.  The first directors were  C.E.Warn, Mr Dennehy, Mr Hooper and the registered offices were at Church Street, Tetbury. [Gloucester Citizen - Friday 23 December 1927]

1931
extraordinary general meeting called 22/6/1931 to be held at The Brewery, Tetbury to voluntarily wind up the company, and Mr Alfred Laban appointed liquidator for this purpose [London Gazette]

Tied houses:
No name (off licence), Tetbury (owned William Warn in 1891 and 1903)
Trouble House, Cherrington, Nr. Tetbury (leased in 1891 and 1903)
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