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Buck and Crown, 49 Bond Street

The Buck and Crown is first mentioned on 25th September 1846 when John Bailey leaves as licensee. This pub was 'a noted home - brew pub in the late nineteenth century'. In 1899 it was purchased by Phillips & Marriott and valued at £2,700. However, in 1916 it was closed with only £1,764 compensation paid. The name is a heraldic reference.

LICENSEES:

to 1846 John Bailey 1850 - 1851 James (John) Evans 1861 - 1871 Susan Cole 1874 - 1896 Benjamin Coles 1900 - 1903 George Taylor 1903 Ellen Walker 1903 Arthur Elliot 1903 - 1913 George Taylor

OWNERS:

1899 - 1916 ? James Evans ? George Watts 1899 Benjamin Coles 1899 Phillips & Marriott
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