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Horse Collar, 8 Church Street, Tetbury, Gloucestershire

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Extensive research into the exact location of this Inn has been inconclusive, however, it is highly probably that the Horse Collar was either demolished or incorporated into the Warn's Barton Steam Brewery when the business expanded during the middle of the 19th century The Warn family continued to use a Horse Collar trade mark until the company went into liquidation in 1931 Acquired by the Stroud Brewery Company Limited, Stroud, Gloucestershire.  *

Directory of Pubs in the UK, historical public houses, Taverns, Inns, Beer Houses and Hotels in Gloucestershire. The Gloucestershire listing uses information from census, Trade Directories and History to add licensees, bar staff, Lodgers and Visitors.

The following entries are in this format:

Year/Publican or other Resident/Relationship to Head and or Occupation/Age/Where Born/Source.

Hi Kevan,

Here's a comprehensive list concerning the former Horse Collar pub & Warn family at Tetbury, once again with some great supporting docs
Please let me know when you would like some more Tetbury findings Advert is from Kelly's 1889 and the postcard depicts Warn's Barton and Dolphin Breweries back right, while the overhanging building to the left is the former Eight Bells

Cheers,
Paul

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James Warn

Born 1822 died circa 1777 at Tetbury Gloucestershire
This is the last Will and Testament of me James Warn of Tetbury in the County of Gloucester Victualler First I give and bequeath to my Wife Eleanor Warn for and during the term of her natural life one clear Annuity or yearly rent charge of Fourteen Pounds of lawful money of Great Britain to be issued and payable out of my Freehold and Leasehold messuages Lands Tenements Hereditments and Premises situated at Tetbury aforesaid to be paid to her by four equal quarterly payments in the year that is to say The annunciation of the blessed Virgin Mary, The Nativity of Saint John the Baptist, Saint Michael the archangel and the Birth of our Lord Christ by even portions The first payment thereof to begin and be make on such of the said feast days as shall first and next happen after my decease Provided always my Will is that in case the said annuity or yearly rent charge or any part thereof shall be behind and unpaid by the space of twenty days next after either of the said days whereon the same ought to be paid aforesaid That ten and so often as it may happen it shall and may be lawful to and for the said Eleanor Warn and her Assigns into and upon the said messuages Lands Tenements Hereditments and Premises or any part thereof charged with the payment of the said annuity as aforesaid to enter and distain for the same And the distress and distresses then and there found to take lead and carry away impound and sell accordingly to Law in order to satisfy herself the said Annuity and the arrears thereof together with costs and charges of taking such distress or distresses I give unto my Granddaughters Mary Ann Swinerton and Mary Walker the sum of Ten Pounds a piece to be paid to them at their respective ages of twenty one years I also give unto Stephen Arundell Son of John Arundell of Tetbury aforesaid Sadler the sum of Ten Pounds to be paid to him at his age of twenty one years Also the like sum of Ten Pounds to the only Son (whose Christian name I do not know) of John Row of the town of Huntingdon Baker by Eleanor his Wife Sister of the said John Arundell to be paid to him at his age of twenty one years And I do hereby charge all my Freehold and Leasehold Messuages Lands Tenements Hereditments and Premises with the payment of the Legacies by me above given I give devise and bequeath unto my Son Robert Warn all my Messuages Lands Tenements Hereditments and Premises with their and every of their Rights Members and Appurtenances situate lying and being in Tetbury aforesaid or elsewhere in the Kingdom of Great Britain To hold such of the said Messuages Lands Tenements Hereditments and Premises with the appurtenances as are Freehold unto my said Son Robert Warn and the Heirs of his Body lawfully issuing And in default of such issue I give and bequeath the same Freeholds Messuages Lands Hereditments and Premises with the appurtenances unto my Daughters Judith Swinderton and Elizabeth Walker equally between them and their Heirs To hold as Tenants in common and not as joint Tenants And to hold such of the said Messuages Lands Tenements and Hereditments and Premises with the appurtenances as are Leasehold unto my said Son Robert Warn his executors and administrators and assigns for and during all estate and estates term and terms of years which I shall have therein to come at the time of my All the rest residue and remainder of my money securities for money stock in trade goods chattels rights and credits and all my other personal estate whatsoever I give and bequeath unto my Son Robert Warn to and for his own use and benefits And I do hereby nominate constitute and appoint my said Son Robert Warn sole executor of this my last Will and Testament hereby revoking and making void all former Wills made by me In Witness whereof I the said James Warn have to this my last Will and Testament contained in two sheets of paper set my own hand and seal to wit my hand to the first sheet thereof and my hand and seal to the second and last sheet thereof this seventeenth day of April in the years of our Lord One Thousand Seven Hundred and Seventy five

James Warn
Signed sealed published and declared by the said James Warn the testator as and for his last Will and Testament in the presence of us who have hereunto subscribed our names as Witnesses thereto in his presence and in the presence of each other

Alice White
Geo White
Richard Iddolls Servant to G Wight

Source; Transcription from document in the Paul Best private collection

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1822-3 Jn (John) Warn, Church Street Pigot's Directory *

1830/Warn John, Maltster & Spirit Dealer/Pigots Directory *

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Robert Warn

Born December 1753 at Tetbury Gloucestershire died June 1816 at Tetbury Gloucestershire

This is the last Will and Testament of me Robert Warn of Tetbury in the County of Gloucester Victualler which I make publish and declare in manner and form following (that is to say) First I give devise and bequeath unto my Son John Warn his Heirs and Assigns for ever All my messuage or Public House wherein I know live situated in Tetbury aforesaid and called or known by name or sign of the Horse Collar with the Buildings Gardens and apartments to the same belonging as likewise All the fixtures in and about the same Premises And also all the tenement adjoining thereto lately occupied by Mrs Dixon but now by Ann Hill And also all my ground in Charlton Field in the Parish of Tetbury aforesaid purchased by me of ********** Hooper To Hold all the said premises unto and to the use of said Son John Warn his Heirs and Assigns for ever Item I give and bequeath unto my Daughter Hannah Rowe the Wife of James Rowe the sum of One Hundred and Fifty pounds having already advanced her or him the sum of Eight Hundred and Fifty pounds making it together One Thousand pounds
Item I give and bequeath unto my Grandson Robert Rowe the sum of Fifty pounds on his attainment of the age of twenty one years Item I give and bequeath unto my Daughter Mary Warn the sum of One Thousand pounds to be paid unto her at the end of six months next after my decease Whereas I have given or advanced in my life time unto my Daughter Elizabeth now the Wife of Robert Hill the sum of One Thousand pounds which I had otherwise intended for her by this my Will And Whereas I have given and advanced unto my Daughter Jane now the Wife of James Hill the sum of Eight Hundred pounds and in addition thereto I give and bequeath to her the sum of Two Hundred pounds but my mind and Will is that in case I should pay or advance the said sum of two hundred pounds either to my said Daughter Jane of her Husband James Hill then that the said legacy or sum of Two Hundred pounds by this my Will given shall cease and be void
Item I give devise and bequeath unto John Wood of Tetbury aforesaid Esquire and Thomas Sherwood of the same place Gentleman their Heirs executors and administrators All and every other my Freehold and Leasehold messuages tenements hereditaments and premises not hereinbefore devised situate at Tetbury aforesaid or elsewhere in trust in first place to make sale and disposition thereof by Public Auction or private contract as they my said Trustees in their discretion shall seen best for the most monies and best price and prices that can or may be reasonably had or gotten for the same And I do hereby direct that the purchasers of the said trust devised hereditaments and premises shall not be bound to see the application or accountable for any misapplication or nonapplication of such purchase monies or any part thereof And that the receipt and receipts of the said trustees or either of them or of the Heirs executors or administrators of the survivor of them shall be a good and effectual discharge and discharges to the purchaser or purchasers of the same hereditaments and premises respectively for the purchase money or monies by him her or them to be respectfully paid And it is my mind and Will that all the monies which shall arise or be made from any such sale or sales of the said devised hereditaments and premises shall sink into and form a part of the residuum of my personal estate hereinafter given
Item I give and bequeath unto my trustees all my stock of Liquors and Malt and other my stock in business with all my household goods and furniture money securities for money rights credits and other my personal estate and effects whatsoever and wheresoever In trust with all convenient speed after my death to make sale and disposition of such parts of my said personal estate and effects that are of a saleable nature in order to convert the same into ready money But it is my mind and intention and I direct the said trustees to give the refuse to my said Son John Warn of my said stock of Liquors and Malt and other my household good chattels and effects in and about my said dwelling house called the Horse Collar at a certain sum to be given in by two reputed appraisers one to be chosen by the said trustees and the other by my said Son John Warn who shall be at liberty to become the purchaser at such sum if he shall think fit so to do And I hereby direct that all the monies and securities for monies which I shall be posed of or entitled unto at the time of my death and all other monies which shall arise or be made from the sales of such of my real and personal estate and effects as I have hereinbefore directed shall go to and be equally divided between and among my said children namely John Warn, Mary Warn, Hannah Rowe, Elizabeth Hill and Jane Hill share and share alike
And I do hereby give and bequeath the same unto them accordingly And I do hereby direct that the receipt and receipts of them the said Hannah Rowe Elizabeth Hill and Jane Hill for each and every of their legacies and monies to which they or either of them may respectively become entitled under this my Will and by them or either of them alone under her own hand solely (notwithstanding her coverture) shall be a good and effectual discharge and discharges to my said trustees and executors paying the same
And lastly I do hereby nominate constitute and appoint the said John Wood and Thomas Sherwood to be joint executors of this Will hereby revoking and making void all former and other Wills by me at any time heretofore made declaring this only to be my last Will and Testament in witness whereof I the said Robert Warn have to this my last Will and Testament contained in four sheets of paper set my hand and seal (to wit) my hand to each of the three first sheets thereof and my hand and seal to this fourth and last sheet this twentieth day of May in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and sixteen

Signed sealed published and declared by the said Robert Warn } Robt Warn
The Testator us and for his last Will and Testament in the presence
of us who at his request in his presence and in the presence of each
other have subscribed our Names as Witnesses

Saml Walker of Tetbury carrier
Joseph Dixon of same place Tailor
Jno Letall of Tetbury Solicitor

This is a Codicil to the Will of me Robert Warn of Tetbury in the County of Gloucester Victualler which I direct may be annexed thereto and taken as part thereof (that is to say) that all the legacy, monies, share, interest and effects which I given or intended by my said Will to or for the benefit of my Daughter Hannah Rowe shall be placed by my trustees named in my said Will in their names in the public funds to the intent that the same or any part thereof shall not at any time hereafter be subject to the debts control or engagement of her present or any future Husband and that the same shall be at all times hereafter subject to the disposal of her the said Hannah Rowe by Deed or Will notwithstanding her coverture or by her Note in writing signed by her alone and her receipt alone at all times to be good discharges In Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this 5th day of June 1816

Signed sealed published and declared by the said
Robert Warn as a Codicil to his last Will in his
presence and in the presence of each other } Robt Warn

Joseph Dixon
Charles Fowles
Jno Letall

Source; Transcription from document in the Paul Best private collection

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1839/Warn Mary,wine & spirit merchant, brewer & maltster,Church Street/Robinsons Directory *

1840-42/Mary Warn, Horse Collar/Pigots Directory *

1840-42/Mary Warn, Maltster/Pigots Directory *

1850/Warn & Brown/Maltsters,Wine and Spirit Merchants/Long Street/Slaters Directory *

1851 Mary Warn Tetbury Slater's Directory Gloucestershire *

1851 Mary Warn/Wine and Spirit dealer/Head/33/Swadlincote, Derbyshire Census *
1851 Ann Walker/Visitor/55/Swadlincote, Derbyshire Census
1851 William Brown/Wine and Spirit dealer/Nephew/31/Swadlincote, Derbyshire Census
1851 Mary Ann Parsons/House Servant/20/Hullavington, Wiltshire Census
1851 James Andrews/Working Maltster/25/Tetbury, Gloucestershire Census

1861 At Clifton Bristol/Census *

1861/Thomas C Ponting/Druggist/Devizes, Wiltshire/Census *
1861/Eliza Ponting/41/Wife//Malmesbury, Wiltshire/Census
1861/Mary Warn/62/Visitor/Retired Wine Dealer/Swadlincote, Staffordshire/Census
1861/Sarah Harris/45/Servant/Nurse/Hullavington, Wiltshire/Census
1861/Elizabeth Nicholls/19/Servant/Pinkney,Wiltshire/Census
1861/Maria Parsons/21/Servant/Domestic Servant/Hullavington, Wiltshire/Census
1861/Mary Ann Elleets/22/Servant/Domestic Servant/Tetbury, Gloucestershire/Census

1861 Church Street, Tetbury, Gloucestershire *

1861/William Warn/26/Maltster, Brewer and Wine Merchant Employer 4 Men/Tetbury, Gloucestershire/Census *
1861/Eliza B Warn/24/Wife//
1861George Lavars/22/Visitor/Gentleman/Lewisham, Kent/Census
1861/Mary/Darley/22/Visitor/Chippenham, Wiltshire/Census
1861/James Andrews/35//Malster/Tetbury, Gloucestershire/Census
1861/Mary A Parsons/30/Servant/General Servant/Hullavington, Wiltshire/Census
1861/Mary Ricketts/19/Servant/General Servant/Tetbury, Gloucestershire/Census

1863/Warn Wm brewer, maltster & wine & spirit merchant, Church Street/Post Office Directory *

1870/Warn William, Church Street, Tetbury/Post Office Directory *

1871 Church Street, Tetbury, Gloucestershire *

1871/Mary Warn/72/Retired Brewer//Swadlincote, Staffordshire/Census *

(Next door)

1871 Church Street, Tetbury, Gloucestershire *

1871/William Warn/35/Brewer and Wine Merchant/Tetbury, Gloucestershire/Census *
1871/Eliza Baldwin Warn/34/Wife//Yatton Keynall, Wiltshire/Census
1871/Mary N Warn/9/Daughter//Tetbury, Gloucestershire/Census
1871/Jessie Warn/8/Daughter//Tetbury, Gloucestershire/Census
1871/Eliza B Warn/4/Daughter//Tetbury,Gloucestershire/Census
1871/Alice Warn/3/Daughter//Tetbury,Gloucestershire/Census
1871/Laura Warn/1/Daughter//Tetbury,Gloucestershire/Census
1871/Elizabeth King/22/Servant/General Servant/Corstone, Wiltshire/Census
1871/Emily Williams/18/Servant/General Servant/Cirencester,Gloucestershire/Census

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1879/Warn William, Church Street, Tetbury/Kellys Directory *

1881 Barton House, Bath Road, Tetbury, Gloucestershire *

1881/William Warn/46/Brewer & Wine Merchant Employing 10 men/Tetbury,Gloucestershire/Census *
1881/Eliza B Warn/44/Wife/Yatton Keynell, Wiltshire/Census
1881/Mary C Warn/20/Daughter//Tetbury, Gloucestershire/Census
1881/Jessie Warn/18/Daughter//Tetbury, Gloucestershire/Census
1881/Eliza B Warn/14/Daughter/Scholar/Daughter//Tetbury, Gloucestershire/Census
1881/Alice Warn/13/Daughter/Scholar/Tetbury, Gloucestershire/Census
1881/Laura Warn/11/Daughter/Scholar/Tetbury, Gloucestershire/Census
1881/Florence Warn/5/Daughter/Scholar/Tetbury, Gloucestershire/Census
1881/Charles E Warn/4/Son/Scholar/Tetbury, Gloucestershire/Census
1881/Frances T Warn/2/Son//Tetbury, Gloucestershire/Census
1881/Margaret Warn/1/Daughter//Tetbury, Gloucestershire/Census
1881/Hannah Watts/22/Governess/Henley, Oxon/Census
1881/Eva Barrett/21/Servant/Cook Domestic/Ashton, Wiltshire/Census
1881/Charlotte Crew/16/Servant/Housemaid Domestic/Tetbury, Gloucestershire/Census
1881/Harriett Cooper/16/Servant/Nursemaid Domestic/Tetbury,Gloucestershire/Census

1885/Warn William, brewer, maltster & wholesale wine & spirit merchant, corn, malt & hop merchant, Barton Steam brewery/Kellys Directory *

1889/Warn William, brewer, maltster & wholesale wine & spirit merchant, corn, malt & hop merchant, Barton Steam brewery/Kellys Directory *

1891 Barton House, Church Street, Tetbury, Gloucestershire *

1891/William Warn/56/Brewer Wine and Spirit Merchant/Tetbury,Gloucestershire/Census *
1891/Eliza B Warn/54//Wife//Yatton Keynell, Wiltshire/Census
1891/Laura Warn/21/Daughter//Tetbury, Gloucestershire/Census
1891/Eliza B Warn/24/Daughter//Tetbury, Gloucestershire/Census
1891/William J Warn/19/Son/Brewer/Tetbury, Gloucestershire/Census
1891/Charles E Warn/14/Son/Scholar/Tetbury, Gloucestershire/Census
1891/Francis T Warn/12/Son/Scholar/Tetbury, Gloucestershire/Census
1891/Margaret Warn/11/Daughter/Scholar/Tetbury, Gloucestershire/Census
1891/Dorothy Warn/9/Daughter/Scholar/Tetbury, Gloucestershire/Census
1891/Francis M Leal/20/Nephew/Medical Student/Herriard, Hampshire/Census
1891/Lizzie Mansell/28/Visitor//Birmingham, Worcestershire/Census
1891/Jessie Warn/28/Daughter//Tetbury,Gloucestershire/Census
1891/Alice Warn/23/Daughter//Tetbury, Gloucestershire/Census
1891/Annie M Allen/19/Servant/General Servant Domestic/Tarlton, Gloucestershire/Census
1891/Maria Field/18/Servant/Cook Domestic/Hankerton, Wiltshire/Census

1894/Warn William, brewer, Church Street/Kellys Directory *

1897/Warn & Sons, brewers & wine & spirit merchants, Church Street/Kellys Directory *

1897/Warn William John/beer retailer, Church Street/Kellys Directory *

1897/William John Warn/ / / /Kelly's Directory *

1901 Church Street, Tetbury, Gloucestershire *

1901/William Warn/66/Brewer, Malster Wine and Spirit Merchant Employer/Tetbury, Gloucestershire/Census *
1901/Alice Warn/32/Daughter/Housekeeper/At Home/Tetbury, Gloucestershire/Census
1901/William J Warn/29/Son/Brewers Travellor/Worker//Tetbury, Gloucestershire/Census
1901/Charles F Warn/24/Son/Brewer/Worker/At Home/Tetbury, Gloucestershire/Census
1901/Frank T Warn/22/Son/Brewer Engineer/Worker/At Home/Tetbury, Gloucestershire/Census


1902/Warn William, Church Street, Tetbury/Kellys Directory *

#1902/Warn William J Trouble House PH (postal address, Tetbury) *

Note above marked # is in Cherington Parish Pub still in trade today June 2012

1906/Warn & Sons, Barton & Dolphin breweries, brewers & wine & spirit merchants, Church Street/Kellys Directory *

1906/Warn William Johnbeer retailer, Church Street/Kellys Directory *

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LARCENY BY A BREWERY COOPER

Saturday April 18 1908

On Saturday, a cooper in the employ of the Messrs Warn and Sons of the Barton Brewery (Tetbury) was brought before Erskine Pollock Esq, KC, in the chair, and TS Crew, Esq, charged with stealing a bottle of wine, the property of his employers Another charge against the prisoner was not gone into After his arrest, a search warrant was obtained, and in his house were found a number of bottles - some sixteen or eighteen in number - mostly empty, but some of them with the remains of their contents in them These were produced in the police court at the hearing of the case On the particular charge preferred, Mr Charles Warn, a member of the firm, deposed that after watching the prisoner for some time, he saw him secrete a bottle in the ashes under the fire grate of his workshop Later, at the office, he practically made a confession of having received at various times bottles of drinkables which were handed to him by another employee who had access to the cellar Prisoner begged for leniency Both Mr Warn and Mr HL Taylor, another member of the firm, gave the prisoner a good character, especially as an excellent workman They did not wish to press the case or to act vindictively against the prisoner, especially as he had a wife and a family of small children
They wished his case, however, to be dealt with as a warning to others The prisoner pleaded guilty, and the Bench committed him to prison for 21 days hard labour

Source; Gloucestershire Newspaper

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Probate William Warn 1909

Warn William of Northfield Tetbury Upton Gloucestershire died 2nd April 1909 Probate London 10 June to William John Warn wine and spirit merchant Charles Edward Warn brewer and wine and spirit merchants and Frederick Nathaniel Baxter MB Effects 7091 8s

Source; England & Wales, National Probate Calender 1856 - 1966

Note; Northfield(s) in now part of Tetbury Parish

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1910/Warn Charles, Church Street/Kellys Directory *

1910/Warn John William, Church Street/Kellys Directory *

1911 Church House, Tetbury, Gloucestershire *

1911/Charles Warn/34/Operative Brewer/Brewing Employer/Tetbury, Gloucestershire/Census *
1911/Helen Warn/32/Wife//Stroud, Gloucestershire/Census
1911/Eric Warn/6/Son/School/Tetbury, Gloucestershire/Census
1911/Geoffrey Warn/3/Son//Tetbury, Gloucestershire/Census
1911/Ruth Warn/2/Daughter//Tetbury, Gloucestershire/Census
1911/Bessi Semi/19/Servant/ General Domestic Servant/Bristol,Gloucestershire/Census
1911/Nellie Semi/17/Servant/Nursemaid Domestic/Bristol,Gloucestershire/Census

1913/Warn & Sons,brewers, wine and spirit merchants,Barton Brewery/WH Smith & Son, Directory *

1913/Warn Charles, Church House/WH Smith & Son, Directory *

1913/Warn JW St Mary's, Church Street/WH Smith & Son, Directory *

1914/Warn & Sons,brewers, wine and spirit merchants,Barton Brewery/WH Smith & Son, Directory *

1914/Warn Charles, Church House/WH Smith & Son, Directory *

1914/Warn JW St Mary's, Church Street/WH Smith & Son, Directory *

1915/Warn & Sons,brewers, wine and spirit merchants,Barton Brewery/WH Smith & Son, Directory *

1915/Warn Charles, Church House/WH Smith & Son, Directory *

1915/Warn JW St Mary's, Church Street/WH Smith & Son, Directory *

1916/Warn & Sons,brewers, wine and spirit merchants,Barton Brewery/WH Smith & Son, Directory *

1916/Warn Charles, Church House/WH Smith & Son, Directory *

1916/Warn JW St Mary's, Church Street/WH Smith & Son, Directory *

1923/Warn Charles Edward, Church Street/Kellys Directory *

#1923/Warn William John Trouble House PH (postal address, Tetbury) *

Note above marked # is in Cherington Parish Pub still in trade today June 2010 *

1923-24/Warn & Sons, Barton Steam Brewery, Church Street/Bristol, Cheltenham & Gloucester Directory *

1927/Warn Chas Edwd, Church Street, Tetbury/Kellys Directory *

1927/Warn John Wm Church Street Tetbury/Kellys Directory *

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December 23rd 1927 New Company

Warn and Sons, Limited, has been registered as a private company with a capital of 20,000 in 1 shares to acquire the business now carried on at Tetbury and elsewhere as "Warn and Sons" and to carry on the business of brewers, maltsters, wine and spirit merchants and importers, hop merchants and growers, malt factors, corn merchants, distillers, manufacturers of and dealers in cider, perry, liqueurs, and cordials of all kinds, aerated, mineral, and artificial waters, etc The first directors are : Mr C E Warn, Tetbury; Mr C J Dennehy, 12, Royal Park, Clifton: and Mr B L Hooper, 17 Dartmoor Row, Blackheath (director of W P Griffith and Son Ltd, and Evans and Allen, Ltd) The solicitors are Messrs Hatchett, Jones and Co, 48 Mark Lane, EC3; and the registered office at Church Street, Tetbury

Source; Newspaper report

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30th December 1927

Notice is hereby given, that the Partnership heretofore subsisting between us, the undersigned, William John Warn, Charles Edward Warn and Horace Lisle Taylor, formerly carrying on business as Brewers and Maltsters, Wine Spirit and Tobacco Merchants, at Tetbury, in the county of Gloucester, under the style or firm of Warn & Sons, has been dissolved by mutual consent as and from the 31st day of December 1927 All debts due to and owing by the said late firm will be received and paid by Warn & Sons Limited, Brewers &c, of Tetbury, Gloucestershire, and such business will be carried on in the future by the said Warn & Sons Limited Dated this 30th day of December 1927

William John Warn
Charles Edward Warn
H Lisle Taylor
Warn & Sons Limited

Source; London Gazette

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1931/Warn & Sons Ltd Barton & Dolphin breweries, 37 Church St TN 18/Kellys Directory *

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In the Matter of the Companies Act 1929, and in the matter of Warn & Sons Limited

At an Extraordinary General Meeting of the Members of the above named Company, duly convened, and held at The Brewery, Tetbury, Gloucester, on Monday the 22nd day of June 1931,the following Resolution was passed as a Special Resolution :-
That Warn & Sons Limited, be wound up voluntarily ; and that Mr Alfred Txxxx, of 25-27 Oxford Street London W1 Chartered Accountant, be appointed Liquidator for the purposes of such winding up

Charles E Warn, Chairman

Source; London Gazette

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May 5th 1932 Ex-Warn's Brewery Tetbury

Hall's No 2 Ammonia Compressor, belt driven; Double-pipe Machine, Double barrel Chiller (by Pontifex) 40 Gallon Refrigerator (by Morton) --Apply, Thos W Ward Ltd, Bristol

Source; Newspaper

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