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Royal Clarence Hotel, Exeter

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of Cathedral Yard, Exeter

1826 Sarah Street formerly of the London Inn in Sidmouth, became the proprietor.

1827 July. Renamed as the Royal Clarence Hotel after a visit by Adelaide, Duchess of Clarence..

1837 Advertisement. Sarah Street, Royal Clarence Hotel.[1]

1859 Proprietor is John Graham who takes over from Mrs. Street.[2]

1866 Major sale of furniture and other items over seven days instructed by Mr. Graham.[3]

Owner is Mr. Birkett

1889 Listed in directory. John Headon Stanbury.[4]

1893 Listed in directory. John Headon Stanbury.[5]

1907 Proprietor is J. Headon Stanbury who died 1907.[6]

1908 Proprietor is John Bailey Rowe Orchard the son-in-law of J. H. Stanbury.[7]

1910 Listed in directory. J. H. Stanbury and Co[8]

1924 Premises enlarged when it took over the Exeter Bank premises.[9]

1930-35 Proprietor is J. H. Stanbury and Co

1939 Listed in directory. J. H. Stanbury and Co. [10]

1955 Listed in directory. [11]

1964 Listed in directory. Empire Hotels.[12]

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Sources of Information

  1. Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Saturday 20 May 1837
  2. Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Saturday 05 March 1859
  3. Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Friday 26 January 1866
  4. 1889 Exeter Directory
  5. 1893 Exeter Directory
  6. Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Tuesday 21 May 1907
  7. Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Thursday 13 December 1928
  8. 1910 Exeter Directory
  9. Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Thursday 13 December 1928
  10. 1939 Exeter Directory
  11. 1955 Exeter Directory
  12. 1964 Exeter Directory