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Horse and Jockey, 107 Much Park Street

Alternative Addresses:40 Much Park Street, St. John Street
Horse Jockey Much Park St This is a rather commonplace rural sign. In 1756 four soldiers were billeted here. In 1921 - 1922 the pub was advertising Peter Walker and Co's Burton Ales. The pub closed and was demolished to make room for the London road section of the Ring Road in 1962. The licensee given for 1879 to 1881 is Peter Walker & Co, the Burton brewers.

LICENSEES:

1841 Thomas Bateman 1845 J. May 1850 - 1851 Humphrey Perkins 1861 - 1871 Joseph Reeves 1874 A. Allen 1879 - 1881 Peter Walker & Co 1886 - 1905 Joseph Pearson 1909 W. H. Brooke 1911 - 1913 Joseph Pearson 1916 Charles Hitchcox (see also at the Old Windmill, 22 Spon Street in 1914 and the Toby's Head, Pepper Lane 1924 - 1927) (Thanks to Malcolm Croft for info) 1919 J. W. Biggs 1921 - 1922 George Edwards 1924 - 1938 J. J. Geary 1939 - 1940 C. A. Pittman
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Street plan of 1851
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