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Pack Horse Inn, Exeter

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Image taken 2021.
Image taken 2021.

of St. David's Hill, Exeter

1827 Body of a female child, wrapped in flannel, taken out of a well on the footpath by Helmore's Pack Horse Inn, St. David's Hill. Not identified.[1]

1841 Resident is Elizabeth Helmore, Innkeeper.[2]

1851 Resident was William Brownston (age 43 born Zeal Monachorum), Innkeeper. With his wife Mary Ann and their three children, a niece, a visitor and two lodgers.[3]

1861 Resident was William Brownston (age 43 born Zeal Monachorum), Licensed Victualler. With his wife Mary Ann and their four children.[4]

1871 Resident was William Brownston (age 53 born Zeal Monachorum), Innkeeper. With his wife Mary A. and their two daughters.[5]

1189 Listed is Joseph Rowlands.[6]

1891 Pack Horse Inn, 43 St. David's Hill, Exeter: Joseph Rowlands (age 68 born Oswestry), Licensed Victualler. With his wife Mary.[7]

1911 Pack Horse Inn, St. David's Hill, Exeter: Albert Edward Street (age 39 born Godalming), Innkeeper. With his wife Nellie and four daughters.[8]

1935 Listed. William John Dowick.[9]

1939 Pack Horse Inn, St. David's Hill, Exeter: William Dowrick (born 1886), Innkeeper. With Elizabeth Dowrick.[10]

1939 Listed in directory. William John Dowick.[11]

1964 Pack Horse Inn, 56-58 St. David's Hill, Exeter.[12]

Closed in the 1990s

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Sources of Information

  1. Western Times - Saturday 03 November 1827
  2. 1841 census
  3. 1851 Census
  4. 1861 Census
  5. 1871 Census
  6. 1889 Exeter Directory
  7. 1891 Census
  8. 1911 Census
  9. 1935 Exeter Directory
  10. 1939 Census
  11. 1939 Exeter Directory
  12. 1964 Kelly's Directory.