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Swan & Salmon


The Swan & Salmon was situated on Saltergate. This pub was present by 1839 and closed in the 1880s.
From the archives:
1867: Prosecutor: Patrick Coakley of Greetwell, labourer. Was staying at an Irish lodging house near the Adam and Eve. Witnesses: Mary Ann Wilson of 6 Corporation Street, singlewoman, daughter of the landlord of the Swan and Salmon beerhouse, Saltergate; John Mitchell of 34 St Hugh's Street, police constable. Accused: George Christmas. Lodged at the Swan and Salmon and lives with Bridget Roctagan. Crime: stealing money worth 3 10s in the parish of St Swithin, Lincoln.

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