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Peacock Inn, 79 Gosford Street

Alternative Addresses:80 Gosford Street
Peacock Gosford St Peacock Gosford St 1980s This bird offered obvious scope to sign painters. It is of some heraldic significance, where it links to the Manners family, earls and dukes of Rutland.
In 1839 licensee William Reynold was fined for allowing drinking on his premises during divine service. The pub had closed by 2010.

LICENSEES:

1839 William Reynold 1868 T. Bloxham 1868 - 1891 John Bloxham 1893 - 1896 H. J. Harborne 1903 F. Hinckley 1905 Charles Davis 1909 - 1913 Arthur Shilton 1919 - 1922 Thomas Henry Russell 1924 - 1927 C. H. Parkes 1929 P. J. Cleverley 1931 - 1936 F. W. Steadman 1937 - 1938 J. Ross 1939 - 1940 H. Bates 1985 Mr E. Slevin
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Street plan of 1851
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