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Godiva, 21 Bond Street

These premises have been known by different names during their history:FROMTONAME
18501863CASTLE INN
18631868GODIVA
1863?FIRE ENGINE
In 1863 a public house, lately known as the CASTLE INN, and now the FIRE ENGINE, was to be auctioned. This became the GODIVA. This continued to appear in papers until Morris's directory of 1866, when it was described as the 'Godiva Inn and Music Hall, Bond Street'. It is last mentioned in the Lantern in 1868.

LICENSEES:

LICENSEES: (the CASTLE) 1850 Benjamin Sheppard 1855 C. Lockington 1858 Thomas Elton 1861 George Cooper 1861 Mr Dykes LICENSEES: (the GODIVA) 1866 - 1868 Joseph Baker
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