This is the Lion Hotel by 1840
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Residents at this address
1802 5th April William Applebee’s “House.” Jackson’s. 10th April 1802 *
1804 Reward offered for lost money. Jackson’s. 11 Feb. 1804. *
1807 Auction at Mr Applebee’s. Jackson’s. 28th March 1807. *
1808 Auction at Mr Applebee’s. Jackson’s. 15th October 1808 *
1809 Auction at Mr Applebee’s. Jackson’s. 25th November 1809 *
1812 Auction at Mr Applebee’s. Jackson’s. 4th Jan. 1812. *
1814 Auction at Mr. Applebee’s. Jackson’s. 26th February 1814. *
1814. Saturday last died, in the 58th year of his age, Mr William Applebee,
landlord of the Red-lion-inn, Abingdon. Oxford University and City Herald.
30th April, 1814. *
1815 Auction at Mrs. Applebee’s. Jackson’s. 26th August 1815. *
1816 Notice of sale of St. Helens Wharf at Mrs. Applebee’s. 31st August,
1817. Notice of auction at Mrs. Applebee’s . Jackson’s 8th November 1817. *
1821. Notice of auction at Mrs. Applebee’s . Jackson’s 17th February 1821. *
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1833. Private ball at the RL. Mrs. Applebee landlady. Berkshire Chronicle.
12th January 1833. *
1833. Clarissa Faulkner, daughter of Mrs. Applebee managed the business for
her mother. Oxford University and City Herald. 8th March 1834. *
1834. Died. On Friday the 17th inst. Mrs Applebee, late of the Red Lion Inn,
in her 76th year. She had been the highly respected landlady of the above
house 37 years immediately preceding the term of the present landlord, Mr.
Neale. Oxford Journal. 25th Jan. 1834. *
1852. Sale at the Red Lion inn. Berkshire Chronicle. 31st January 1852. *
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