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PALACE PLAIN St. MARTIN AT PALACE PLAIN - CLOSED
St MARTINS BREWERY Part of lot 1 in sale as advertised 11th October 1794, a leasehold property.
STEWARD & Co as given 1845 : Freehold owned by George Morse before 1851
Licensees :
WILLIAM FOYSTER
carpenter
1760 - 1764
W WOODS December 1781
EDWARD ADCOCK c1807
THOMAS DYE 1810 - 1822
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PETER FINCH 1830
WILLIAM GEORGE 1836
JOHN BROAD 1839
JOHN LINGWOOD 1842
JAMES CURTIS
according to White
1845
PETER RICHARDSON
according to Magistrates 1845
1845 - 1847
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William Dann of World's End Lane was jailed for 21 days for an assault on licensee Peter Richardson -  Tuesday 8th June 1847

TWO JOLLY FARMERS 1827.

Also found as the THREE JOLLY FARMERS and
as the THREE FARMERS.

On 22nd December 1781, W. Woods advised that he had left the THREE CROWNS, St, Michael's Coslany and taken the THREE JOLLY FARMERS.

 

House no. 317 on 1845 Magistrates list