Biographies of Oxford pub landlords, and coffee-house and hotel keepers

Jericho House

The following people kept pubs in Oxford:

  • George ASH (1823–1876)
    Landlord of the Blue Pig in Gloucester Green
  • William George Charles BARNES (1866–1932)
    and his second wife Mrs Ann Emily BARNES,
    formerly Adams, née Farley
    Landlords of the Coach & Horses in Broad Street
  • John CHILD (1826–1892)
    Landlord of the Grapes Inn, George Street
  • John William DICKESON (1818–1903)
    Dickeson’s Hotel & Coffee House, Turl Street
  • George DRINKWATER (1808–1873)
    The George, Cornmarket
  • William Sheldon GOUNDREY (1827–1871)
    The Crown & Thistle in Market Street
  • Daniel George HALL (1839–1899)
    Landlord of the Plume of Feathers
    in Observatory Street, and also brewer
  • James Thorley HEMMINGS (1842–1929),
    Landlord of the George & Dragon in George Street
  • Joseph HIGGINS the Younger (1826/7–1877)
    Landlord of Jericho House (now the Jericho Tavern)
  • John William HIGGINS (1855–1930)
    Landlord of Jericho House (now the Jericho Tavern)
  • Mrs Mary HULLYER
    and her son-in-law John FROST (1848/9–1914)
    Landlord of the Gloucester Arms
  • Edward NEWMAN (1781/2–1862)
    Landlord of the Black Swan in George Street
  • Mrs Ann NICKOLS (c.1792–1853)
    Landlady of the Star & Garter and later
    the Blue Anchor, both in Cornmarket
  • Henry NICKOLS (1831/2–1895)
    Landlord of the Red Lion at Gloucester Green
  • Joseph PARKER (c.1818–1877)
    Publican at the Oddfellows Arms in George Street
  • James PRIOR (1800–1850)
    Landlord of the Bell Inn at 18 Cornmarket
  • George THOMAS (c.1822–1854),
    Publican of the University Arms in Gloucester Street
  • Thomas VOLLER (1847–1896)
    Publican of the Royal Champion pub in George Street
  • Richard WEST (1817–1868)
    Publican of the Abingdon Arms in Market Street
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