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PIER HEAD St ANDREWS WARD FULL LICENCE CLOSED
LACONS  
Licensees :
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EDWARD KING
Age 50 in 1841
Died Q3 1842 ?
1819 - 1841
ABEL KING
(Died Q2 1866 - age 52)
1844 - 1846
JONATHAN DABNAHAM
age 54 in 1851
1850 - 1851
JAMES HUBBARD
Died Q4 1858
1854 - 1856
GEORGE T BURGESS
Age 28 in 1861
1858 - 1865
Accused Monday 8th June 1857 of having persons drinking in his house after midnight on the Saturday night. Upon information that the house was not open at the time and the men therein were Scotchmen and lodgers, the case was dismissed.
Mrs ELIZABETH BURGESS
widow - Age 36 in 1871
1865 - 1875
JOHN BENSLEY
died Q2 1888 - age 59
1879 - 1888
Mrs. GEORGINA BENSLEY
(Died Q2 1902 - age 75)
1890 - 1892
WILLIAM SMITH 1893
FRANK BOWER 1896



Image courtesy of Colin Tooke - Shown by permission

Documents dated 1819 & 1824 give the Innkeeper as Edward King and the Brewery as Lacon & Co.


As the HOPE & ANCHOR 1836

Also given at Southtown.

Given as the PIER INN in the 1851 census.

William Smith obtained a music licence 5th May 1893.

PIER HOTEL built on the site 1897