Gosford Street 1924
|ADDRESS||72 GOSFORD STREET|
|THIS PREMISES WAS ALSO KNOWN BY DIFFERENT NAMES DURING ITS HISTORY||FROM||TO||KNOWN AS|
|1773||1773||PORCHED ( PORCHE'S ) HOUSE|
|In 1773 'a good accustomed and well known inn at the bottom of Gosford Street by the sign 'Porche's House' ' was to let, the name changing to the ANTELOPE by 1822. It closed in 1927.
Known licensees are;
1822 - 1835 William Laxon
1841 William Merrydale
1850 - 1851 Thomas Bateman
1861 - 1874 Thomas Riley
1879 - 1881 Samuel Jackson
1886 A. Slater
1890 - 1894 George Steane
1896 - 1903 George Unwin
1905 B. Clarke
1909 - 1927 Benjamin Gilbert
5.4.1773 JA10 Wilson A good accustomed and well known inn at the bottom of Gosford & JA34 JCM Street known by the sign ' Porche's House ' was being let.
5.4.1773 JA34 Weekly Chronicle To be let......that good-accustomed and well-known public house, situate at the bottom of Gosford St., known by the name of the Porched House.
5.4.1773 JA34 JCM A well known public house situate at the bottom of Gosford St. known by the name of The Porched House having an exceedingly large brewhouse and plenty of good cellaring. Licensee Mrs Twitty.
1773 JA34 JCM Mrs Twitty
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