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Black Bear Inn, 37 Much Park Street

These premises have been known by different names during their history:FROMTONAME
1684?BLACK BEAR
17141768COACH AND HORSES, OLD COACH AND HORSES
17781781HALF MOON AND SEVEN STARS
17811925COACH AND HORSES
Coach Horses Much Park St 1907 The pub is highlighted, two doors to the right of Whitefriars' Gate in Much Park Street, pictured here for the Godiva Procession of 1907. To the left of the old gatehouse is the Rose Inn. Wilson states that the Black Bear Inn on Much Park Street was subsequently the COACH AND HORSES, then the HALF MOON AND SEVEN STARS, before reverting to the COACH AND HORSES. Mike Underwood of Leyland, Lancashire, has sent me a copy of a page of his family bible, where it states that in 1684 Charles Milward, the licensee of the Black Bare in Much park Street, was sent this bible by Quartermaster Frances Lane of London.

LICENSEES:

1684 Charles Milward 1706 Thomas Roberts senior ? John Hodgetss ? Elizabeth Ratliff
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