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Crystal Palace Inn, 3A Burges

These premises have been known by different names during their history:FROMTONAME
1772?OLD ROSE AND CROWN
18221868ROSE & CROWN, ROSE
18681929CRYSTAL PALACE INN
Burges West Side 1930s
The Crystal Palace Inn would have occupied the gap to the right of the horse & cart.
The Crystal Palace was the mainly glass building commissioned by Prince Albert to house the International Exhibition of 1851. It was designed by Sir Joseph Paxton. The Crystal Palace itself was destroyed by fire in 1936. The license of this pub was transferred to the Holyhead in Holyhead Road in 1929.

LICENSEES:

1822 - 1823 T. Bant 1828 - 1829 William Clarke 1835 - 1841 Martha Clarke 1845 J. Ward 1850 - 1851 Mary Rogers 1861 Charles Ivins 1868 - 1874 Joseph Cattell 1879 - 1881 James Ellis Patterson 1886 J. Sudden 1890 - 1891 G. Kenning 1893 J. Edwards 1894 H. Liddington 1896 William Cotton 1903 - 1905 J. H. E. Brown 1909 - 1913 Mrs. Elizabeth Brown 1919 - 1929 Walter Jones
Crystal Palace Inn
Street plan of 1851
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