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White Hart Inn, 52 Much Park Street

These premises have been known by different names during their history:FROMTONAME
17471756QUEEN'S HEAD
17831959WHITE HART INN
Photo The earliest examples of this common sign coincide with the beginning of the reign of Richard II in 1377 and it was that monarch's heraldic symbol. The hart is the male deer and by latter centuries it became almost a generic term for a tavern. In 1844 this pub was leased by W. Westwick to J. Forster for £27 10s per annum. The White Hart Inn closed c1959 and was demolished on 21st December 1962 to make way for the London Road section of the Ring Road.

LICENSEES:

1822 - 1823 R. Arnold 1835 David Brickland 1841 - 1844 William Shepherd 1844 - 1874 Jonathan Foster 1879 - 1881 Henry Kemp 1886 - 1896 G. Prescot 1903 Walter Sykes 1905 H. J. Hinson 1909 - 1911 William Kelley 1912 - 1913 Mrs. Kelley 1919 Herbert Watts 1921 - 1922 T. L. Silvester 1926 - 1927 W. F. Stanton 1929 - 1932 P. W. Burley 1933 - 1938 W. G. Knowles 1939 - 1940 E. Carey
White Hart Inn
Street plan of 1851
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