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Chauntry Tavern, 20 Chauntry Place

The name is an old spelling of 'chantry' meaning a small chapel endowed by a wealthy person in order that masses might be chanted there on his behalf. In 1887 this was said to be in the 'new favourable quarter'. It can't have been favourable enough though, as the pub closed c1936.

LICENSEES:

1822 - 1823 J. Reeves 1828 - 1829 Charles Comberpatch 1835 - 1841 Joseph Lowe Ladkin(s) (Lodkin) 1845 J. Bradford 1850 Thomas Poultney 1852 George Gibson 1852 Nealin Keene 1861 George Edwards publican & silk dyer 1868 William Owen 1871 John Westley 1874 - 1886 Thomas Whorrall (Whorrell) 1890 - 1913 Mrs. A. Whorrall 1919 Sidney George Athersuch. 1924 - 1929 W. H. Summers 1931 - 1932 L. C. Penn 1933 - 1940 C. Jones
Chauntry Tavern
Street plan of 1851
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