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Fountain Inn

 


 

The Fountain Inn was situated at 296 Victoria Street, at the junction with Burgess Street.  In 1828 the landlord was John Smith.  Pub still open in 1958.  In the early years the Fountain Inn had its own bowling green.   In 1855 Moses Waumsley was fined 4 for an assault on Mr. Thomas Morvinson proprietor of the Fountain Inn.  In 1864 George Sheriff publican of the Fountain Inn was fined 1s and 11s costs for keeping his house open for the sale of beer on a Sunday morning.
Source: Doreen Tyson
 

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