|THOMAS WILLIAM COLE
||1859 - 1863
Fined on Monday 5th December 1859 for harbouring prostitutes. See
||1864 - 1869
beerhouse keeper & labourer
( Named at Purfleet Tavern 1872 )
The GOLDEN LION 1846 - 1858.
The PURFLEET TAVERN by 1872
In court Monday 5th December 1859, Mr. Cole was fined 20s and 26s costs
for knowingly permitting common prostitutes to assemble and continue in
his house contrary to the provisions of the Lynn Waterworks and Borough
He was labelled a determined wrong-doer on Monday 12th December 1859
when he was again found guilty of two fresh cases and fined 40s with
costs of 19s 6d on the first and in the other, £5 and 19s 6d costs.
Other publicans were urged to take note and the magistrates were praised for
beginning the cleansing of these `Aujean stables'.