Images from the Trinity Lodge website
|ADDRESS||9 BULL RING|
|ALTERNATIVE ADDRESSES||9 IRONMONGER ROW, BUTCHER ROW|
|THIS PREMISES HAS BEEN KNOWN BY DIFFERENT NAMES DURING ITS HISTORY||FROM||TO||KNOWN AS|
|1835||1841||BEERHOUSE, 9 Bull Ring|
The Golden Lion is a popular sign, referring heraldically to Henry I or to the Percys, Dukes of Northumberland.
In 1756 seven soldiers were billeted here.
In 1755 The Golden Lion was the meeting place of the Provincial Grand Lodge of Warwickshire (Masons) and again in both 1773 and 1785.
Known Licensees at the BEERHOUSE are;
Known Licensees at the GOLDEN LION are;
Doct PN A popular sign referring heraldically, to Henry I, or the dukes of Northumberland, the Percys.
1773 Lee Website Meeting place of Provincial Grand Lodge of Warwickshire
1785 ( Masons ).
1756 Alderman Hewitt 7 soldiers billeted
1835 See BEERHOUSE, 9 Bull Ring
1874 JA34 White At the Golden Lion, Ironmonger Row, there is a fine and valuable collection of British and foreign birds, animals and insects etc. Mr D. Smith is the proprietor, who is also a dealer in and preserver of all knds of British and foreign birds etc.
28.8.1878 LJ Vol 1 P23 GOLDEN LION, Ironmonger Row Alehouse
Owner : William Odell, Bishop Street
later Samuel Lynes
later Ind Coope & CO, Burton on Trent
Licensee : James Hegan
27.2.1896 TOL to Frank Morgan
? TOL to James Lindon
22.6.1899 TOL to William Lamb
1900 Cov AIW Photo 40
c 26.7.1934 HOH P37 Cellar of monastery building found on demolition c 26.7.1934
c1935 COCIP P106 Photo
An earlier picture facing north in happier times ( before 1935 ). Golden Lion at end of photograph.
1935 JA34 Demolished
1822/23 Pigot D. Burrows
1828/29 Pigot Richd Burrows
1841 Pigot David Burrows
1841 Census David Burrows 50 yo b Wks m Elizabeth, 45 & 4 kids
1845 Kelly J. H. Shilicock
1850 CS John Shillcock
1851 Census John Shillcock 43 yo b Lei m Sarah, 42 & 5s, 2d
1861 Census Thomas Goode 44 yo b Flecknoe m Lucy, 42 & 1s, 1d
1868 Buchanan T. Goode
23.11.1868 Lantern Thomas Goode
1871 Census Thomas H. Beecroft 63 yo B Castle Bolton, Lincs widower
1874 C&B D. Smith [ & 1s, 1d, 1 servant
1876 Kelly David Smith
1878 LJ Vol 1 P23 James Hegan
1879 Stevens James Hegan
1881 C&B James Hegan
1886 C&B James Hegan
1890/91 R&G James Hegan
1893 Reporter James Hegan
1894 R&G James Hegan
1896 LJ Vol 1 P23 James Hegan
1896 LJ Vol 1 P23 Frank Morgan
1896 R&G Frank Morgan
? LJ Vol 1 P23 James Lindon
1899 LJ Vol 1 P23 William Lamb
1903 R&G William Lamb
1905 R&G William Lamb
1909 R&G R. McGregor
1911/12 Spennell R. McGregor
1912/13 Spennell R. McGregor
1919 Spennell Leonard Beaver
1921/22 Spennell Leonard Beaver
1924 P. James Leonard Beaver
1926/27 P. James Leonard Beaver
1933/34 P. James Leonard Beaver
1935/36 P. James R. Spicer
1878 LJ Vol 1 P23 William Odell, Bishop Street
later LJ Vol 1 P23 Samuel Lynes
later LJ Vol 1 P23 Ind Coope & CO, Burton on Trent
1898 LJ Vol 1 P23 Ind Coope & CO, Burton on Trent
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