Wincanton pub history index
Directory of Pubs in the UK, historical
public houses, Taverns, Inns, Beer Houses and Hotels in Somerset.
Residents at this address
At the top of Rockhill, North Street.
1861. — Opened for Railway men at the making of the Railway, and kept by
John Dowding as an adjunct to the Greyhound. Mr. John Baily retired there in
1872, and died there on Aug. l0th, 1882, aged 81 ; buried at Cricklade.
- Inns of the Parish to 1903 - George Sweetman.
1861/John Dowding/Keeper of the Greyhound/40/Sturminster, Dorset/Census
1861/Elizabeth Dowding/Wife/40/Sturminster, Dorset/Census
1861/Rosanna Dowding/Daughter/11/Sturminster, Dorset/Census
1861/Ann Dowding/Daughter/1/Sturminster, Dorset/Census
1861/Julia Clevett/House Servant/17/Sturminster, Dorset/Census
1871/George Garrett/Post Boy & Tap Assistant/40/Wincanton, Somerset/Census
1871/Amelia Garrett/Wife/33/Wincanton, Somerset/Census
1871/Thomas Willias/Lodger, Tailor/46/Shepton Beauchamp, Somerset/Census
1871/R Pritchard/Lodger, Draper/43/Shio on Sea/Census
1871/D Lock/Lodger, Draper/27/Norfolk/Census
1871/Jane Seymour/Domestic Servant/47/Stoke Trister, Somerset/Census
1871/Sarah Weak/Servant/13/Stoke Trister, Somerset/Census