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Elephant & Castle
40 MARKET PLACE
ROW 58
REGENT WARD BEERHOUSE See RED HOUSE
JAMES ADCOCK Brewer Conveyed to Paget 1804
PAGET & Co 1819
CALVERTS & Co. Held under Lease for 21 years from 25th December 1836 at an annual rent of £100. The lease containing a covenant on behalf of the Tenant to keep the house open as a Public House and to keep it in repair (Casualties by Fire excepted)
Licensees :
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HENRY HOWARD 1819 ?
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THOMAS SMITH 1822
WILLIAM REEVE 1830
J. W. RINGER Dec 1836 - May 1837
ROBERT HILDER by September 1837 - 1839
THOMAS GREEN 1844
Nancy GREEN 1845
ROBERT BULLIMORE
age 47 in 1851
1846 - 1858
JOHN CLARKE BARTRAM
wine & spirit merchant
Age 40 in 1871
1861 - 1875
MARY ANN JOHNSON 1877
HAMOND FREDERICK ALPE 1879
JOSEPH PHILLIPS 1881 - 1883
THOMAS WILLIAM WRIGHT 1886 - 1888
ALFRED GARRARD 1890
FREDERICK ALLEN 1892 - 1896
ALBERYT CHARLES RACKHAM 1900
GEORGE EDWARD STRATFORD 1904
   
   

 

Rebuilt 1831 and known as the DISTILLERY.

The ELEPHANT & CASTLE when the lease of 21 years, effective from Christmas 1836, was offered for sale by auction Monday 22nd May 1837 upon the orders of the Assignees and Mortgagees of J. W. Ringer, bankrupt. Lease held at a rent of £100 per annum. Premises described as an Old-Established and Well-Accustomed Public-House and Liquor Shop.

Offered for sale by auction 18th October 1837. then in occupation of Mr. Hilder.

Reported to the magistrates September 1852 as one of five houses in the town which were continually open to an unreasonably late hour.

Application for a full licence made September 1863 by Robert Bullimore - Refused.

The MARKET DISTILLERY by 1890,
but still given as the ELEPHANT & CASTLE to 1904.

The RED HOUSE by 1939