Three Crowns, Gosford Street
|These premises have been known by different names during their history:||FROM||TO||NAME|
|1835||1841||BEERHOUSE, Gosford Street|
|This sign has a number of possible meanings. It could refer to the Magi, or three wise men, who are often called the three kings. It could also refer to James I who was the first king to rule over England, Scotland and Wales. Or it could refer heraldically to the Worshipful company of Drapers (1364).
In 1756 four soldiers were billeted here. See also Beerhouse, Far Gosford Street, Fawson.|
LICENSEES:LICENSEES: (the THREE CROWNS) 1822 - 1823 John Fawson 1835 -1841 (see beerhouse below) 1850 Samuel Brown 1850 Henry Hardwick LICENSEES: (the BEERHOUSE) 1835 - 1841 John Fawson (or Abraham Fawson)
Street plan of 1851