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Duke Of York
11 BARRACK STREET St. JAMES - CLOSED
STEWARD & Co  
Licensees :
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N. STEWARDSON 1807
EDWARD SPARKLES 1810
MARY SPARKHALL 1822
ROBERT REDGEMENT 1830
JACOB LACCOHEE (Laccoher ?) 1833
CHARLES PALMER 1836



 

The Bowling Green and Garden were to be illuminated during Assize Week as advertised by (Mr.?) N. Strewardson, 25th July 1807.


On Monday 8th July 1822 a human skeleton was found buried in a sandpit on Mousehold. It was evident that the person had met a violent death.
A great crowd of people were attracted to the spot.
The remains were taken to the DUKE OF YORK.
Later that evening a man was taken into custody in consequence of what he had said regarding the skeleton.
See SIR JOHN BARLEYCORN.

 

Became the CELLAR HOUSE c1839.
Mentioned in the S&P Trust Deed dated 1837 - 1851 as formerly the DUKE OF YORK.