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BARRACK STREET
COWGATE
St. JAMES FULL LICENCE pre 1862 CLOSED
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Licensees :
ROBERT TYRELL
labourer
(George)
1760 - 1762
WILLIAM PASTON
twisterer
(George)
1763 - 1764
SAMUEL PHILLIPS
(George & Dragon)
1822 - 1830
JOHN TAYLOR
(George & Dragon)
1836 - * 1839
THOMAS PILGRIM to 1855
WILLIAM ADAMS
(George / George & Dragon)
1856 - 1869
Fined 1s and costs for keeping house open for sale of beer after eleven o'clock on Sunday 16th March 1862.

 


Given as the GEORGE and as the GEORGE & DRAGON.

George Yard was located between numbers 90 & 92 Barrack Street.

Although not found in directories William Cooke was apparently in charge of the house in 1837 when he was summoned to appear before the police to answer charges of drunken and disorderly conduct in the house.

For Sale by Auction Tuesday, 26th June 1855 - Freehold.
Adjoining St. James' church and in occupation of Thomas Pilgrim.


Licence renewed at Sessions held 19th August 1862. One of several houses where the licensee had been proceeded against during the year. The offences, for which summonses had been issued were either for selling beer out of hours, for allowing gambling or for permitting persons of bad character to assemble.

Address as Cowgate 1856 to 1869.
Also as at Pockthorpe.