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1619 (NH) Parish Register: baptised Robert, son of Robert Gibbs.

1620 (NH) Lenten Recognisances, Wilts [P.R.O: E180/45 No. 189] March 8 "Robert Gibbs of Charnham Street, alehouse keeper. Sureties John Purton and William Ivyn, both of the same, alehouse keepers."

1620 (NH) Lenten Recognisances, Wilts [P.R.O: E180/45 No. 187] March 8 "William Ivyn of Charnham Street, alehouse keeper. Sureties John Purton and Robert Gibbs, both of the same, alehouse keepers."

1623 (NH) Parish Register: baptised Thomas, son of Robert Gibbs.

1630 (NH) P.R: 5 November, buried a stranger who died at Robert Gybbs'.

1630 (NH) B.T: buried a stranger who died at the Phoenix, [not in H.C.B.]

1630 In "The Coaching Life" by Harry Hanson, [Manchester University press, 1983), "The Phoenix" is mentioned as an inn in Charnham Street in 1630, the landlord being Robert Gybbs.

Northing more is yet known of this hostelry.

See also:

- Early Licensees