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Summary:

This property was one of the many small inns along Charnham Street during the Victorian period. It probably opened as a beer retailer c1830.

It was known as The Stag's Head (or Stag).

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- Charnham Street c1910

- Ratnam's Costcutter, Jun 2010

- Charnham Street c1910

- Charnham Street c1910

- Charnham Street, Feb 1980

Timeline:

Stag Inn (<1830-c1882):

1830 Pigot Directory: Robert Salt was innkeeper.
1836 Old Moore's Almanac: Stag's Head listed.

1841 Census: (to be confirmed): John Talbott (36), carpenter, wife Jane (46), 1 daughter, 2 lodgers, 1 servant.

1844 Pigot Directory: William Winter - tavern and public house.
1844 Snare Directory: William Winter - innkeeper

1847 Kelly Directory: Mrs Elizabeth Winter
1847 Snare Directory: Elizabeth Winter - innkeeper

1850 Slater: John Fowler - tavern and public house

1851 Census #76: Phillip Fowler (38), innkeeper, 1 daughter, 1 servant, 2 lodgers.

1854 Billing: Henry Isles - victualler

1861 Census: John Phillips (30), publican Stag's Head, wife Ann (29), 1 son, 1 daughter, 1 lodger.
1863 Dutton & Allen: John Phillips - publican and carpenter
1864 Billing: Henry Isles - victualler
1869 Post Office Directory: John Phillips, Stag's Head, Charnham Street.
1869 Kelly: John Phillips
1871 Census: #73: "Stagg Inn": John Phillips (42), inn keeper, wife Ann (39), 1 son, 1 daughter, 2 nieces, 4 lodgers.
1877 Kelly: John Phillips
1881 Census: #71: "Stagg Inn": John Phillips (52), inn keeper, wife Ann (49), 1 daughter, 1 brother-in-law, 1 sister-in-law.

1882-1890: Approximate date when Stag Inn closed.

Commercial/residential:

1891 Census:#69:  Henry Cooper (32), butcher, wife Eliza (30), 1 son, 1 daughter, 1 lodger.

1901 Census: George Huxtable (43), butcher, wife Florence, 4 sons, 4 daughters.

1903 Kelly: John Waller Horne, 'carman and jobmaster', with horses and traps to let or hire. (In 1895 he had been at the Plough Inn in the High Street, where he hired 'waggonettes and traps'.)
1906 Cosburn's Dir: J W Horne, Charnham Street.
1911 Census: #139: John Waller Horner (49), haulier, wife Rhoda (48), 1 son, 1 servant, 7 rooms.
1911 Kelly: John Waller Horne.
1916 Cosburn's Dir: J W Horne, Charnham Street.

[1920 Kelly Dir: H J Bell and Co, coach builders, Charnham Street - not known where this is - HLP]

1939 Blacket's Dir: W J Butters
1940 Blacket's Dir: W J Butters (also recorded as "Newsagent" at 27 Charnham Street)

1970s-80s: Unwin & Davies newsagent (Fowler)

2008: Costcutters convenience store (Ratnam's).