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Mattock and Spade, 16 Jordan Well

Alternative Addresses:17 Jordan Well
These premises have been known by different names during their history:FROMTONAME
The mattock is an agricultural implement of pick shape, with an adze and a chisel edge as ends of the head. Hence it goes with a spade as an agricultural sign. In 1835 and 1850 this is the BEERHOUSE, Jordan Well. It closed on 15.11.1940. Photo


LICENSEES: (the MATTOCK & SPADE) 1822 - 1835 William Barnacle 1835 - 1850 Beerhouse period (see below) 1868 David Barnacle 1871 Daniel Barnacle 1874 - 1886 Winifred Barnacle 1890 - 1896 C. H. Phillips 1903 - 1905 J. Brown 1909 - 1934 William H. Barnacle 1935 - 1936 F. E. Eatwell 1937 - 1938 A. T. Jones 1939 - 1940 C. Morris LICENSEES: (the BEERHOUSE) 1835 - 1850 William Barnacle
Mattock and Spade
Street plan of 1851
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