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Anchorsmith Tavern, 69 Gosford Street

These premises have been known by different names during their history:FROMTONAME
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All I can say is, it seems an odd occupational name for such an inland city. In 1903 it was leased by Phillips and Marriott for 21 years for £100 per annum from James Warden of Walsgrave-on-Sowe. It was a home-brew pub at the time as malt was supplied at the usual terms as for other tenants and the tenant was to brew half of his ale. A bushel produced 3 barrels of ale. In 1907 the pub was closed and compensation paid to the owner. See Beerhouse, Gosford Street, Miles. Gosford St 1912 Fry
Gosford Street in 1912. (Photo courtesy of David Fry.)


LICENSEES:

1845 Edward Miles 1850 - 1851 Sarah Miles 1861 John Miles, a silk weaver and publican 1868 - 1871 James Allen, a watchfinisher 1871 - 1874 Thomas Smout 1879 Mrs Jane Watts 1881 Mary Anne Holt 1886 - 1893 T. Chatland 1894 - 1896 H. J. Pearson 1903 Eliza Pearson 1903 - 1905 Edward Sadler 1906 Henry Sadler 1907 Ann Brown....is this the Ann Brown of Old Windmill fame?

OWNERS:

1903 James Warden of Walsgrave on Sowe
Anchorsmith Tavern
Street plan of 1851
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