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Angel, Bristol, Gloucestershire

 

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When Nicholas Street was widened in 1864, the building on the corner of High Street (28) and the Angel Inn next door were pulled down. Although the Angel had only a 14 foot frontage in High Street, the establishment was L shaped and took up 35 feet of Nicholas Street.  On the site today is St.Nicholas House (Lloyds TSB).  

Landlords:

1792 Stephen Phillips
1794 - 1800 Catherine Phillips
1811 John Brooking
1820 - 1834 John Wyatt
1837 - 1849 Henry Willett
1851 - 1852 James Hatherley
1853 - 1864 Henry Edward Allen

 
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