Globe Inn, 103 Much Park Street
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|The Globe has always been a popular pub name. It was at one time associated with Portugal and indicated that a tavern sold Portuguese wines. It is now associated with Shakespeare because of the Globe Theatre where his plays were performed during his lifetime. It is an easy symbol to represent and to recognise.
This is thought to date from before 1800 and closed c1909.
Much Park Street 1907.
LICENSEES:LICENSEES: (the GLOBE) 1822 - 1823 James Russell 1835 Thomas Yardley 1841 William Dalton 1850 - 1851 John Rider & ribbon presser 1868 - 1891 James Stringer & ribbon weaver 1893 - 1894 R. Tilt 1896 J. Carey 1903 - 1905 T. J. Bromwich
Street plan of 1851