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City, Spon Street (Wall)

Address:123 Spon Street
Became:
These premises have been known by different names during their history:FROMTONAME
c1791c1903BLACK SWAN / SWAN INN
1850BEERHOUSE, Spon Street
Black Swan Black Swan Terrace. At the beginning of the 20th century this was The Black Swan pub which closed in 1903. The building was split into two units and the corner shop's last incarnation before closure was as "Moira's Wet Fish" so named from the shop sign which read "Fruit & Veg MOIRA'S Wet Fish". The green tiles from this period have been retained although the underlying building is mediaeval. Source: Spon End & Spon Street by John Ashby (2003). In the 1841 census William Wall, 40, is a publican in Spon Street, married to Sarah Wall. In 1851 Sarah Wall, 52, is a widow and a victualler in Spon Street. By 1861 Frederick Wall, 26, is a licensed victualler at a public house in Spon Street. In 1871 there are no matching records.

LICENSEES:

1850 Sarah Wall

OWNERS:

1825 - 1855/6 Edward (I) Phillips 1855/6 Edward (II) Phillips ? George Septimus Phillips
City, Spon Street (Wall)
Street plan of 1851
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