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51 OAK STREET St MICHAEL AT COSLANY - CLOSED by 1860?
ANN PALMER to 1761
STEPHEN MOORE From 1761
SARAH MOORE to 1821
TOMPSONS from 26th October 1821
MORGANS from 08.03.1972
Licensees :
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MATTHEW SALTER
worsted weaver
1760 - 1762
JOHN BRETT
worsted weaver
1763 - 1764
THOMAS MENDHAM 1810
STEPHEN ALDHOUSE 1811
THOMAS MENDHAM 1822
WILLIAM NOBBS 1830 - 1839
WILLIAM VINCENT
according to White 1845
1842 - 1845
MARK WIDDOWS
musical instrument maker in 1851 - age 32
1845 - 1854
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Address as 51 Coslany Street in 1802 & 1810
As St. Marys in 1822 & 1839
Church Street 1845


Rambling John Bull, of the Lamb, Coslany, was fined 5s and ordered to pay costs of 8s 6d at the Guildhall Sessions held Thursday 25th January 1844. Mr. Bull had driven through the city in his dog cart, as he was in the habit of doing in the country. He alleged that he was not aware that this was not allowed in the city. In default he was committed for seven days.
Presumably Mr. Bull had been lodging at the Lamb.