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Gasworks Hotel

Chief-street, Brompton

 Elisha Rundle & Josephine M. B. Rundle

Licensed Dealers in Wines and Spirits

Licensed Dealers in Colonial Wines

 

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1851
1874

Licensees Past and Present

Legend:  = Died while Licensee  ♠ = Josephine

 

Brickmakers’ Arms

§ 1 Robert Carter, 13 March 1851

§ 2 Henry Gunter, 14 March 1853

§ Robert Carter, 13 March 1854

§ 3 William Hurcombe, 11 March 1862

 

New Gasworks Hotel (new name from23 March)

§ 4 Robert Laundy Ingham, 9 March 1863 11 Aug 1864

§ 5 Josephine Ingham, 29 September 1864 ♠

§ 6 Thomas Coombe, 10 September 1866 12 Dec 1870

§ 7 William Thomas, 3 June 1869 9 Feb 1870

 

Gasworks Hotel

§ 8 Eliza Thomas, 29 March 1870

§ Josephine Coombe, 11 December 1871 ♠

§ 9 Elisha Rundle, 11 March 1872

§ 10 Anthony Nelson Abel, 8 June 1874

The “Future”

§ 11 Robert Fitzallan Long, 11 March 1878

§ 12 John Bush, 9 December 1878

 

1878 Extension

The Gasworks Hotel, Brompton, has also been enlarged at a cost of £900, Messrs. Johns & Toathen being the contractors and Mr. James Cumming the architect. South Australian Register, 1 January 1879

Miscellaneous History

Man Sells Wife, Land of Promise Hotel, Hindmarsh, 1847.

 

Is this the first mention of Chief Street in 19 March 1853 just after Henry Gunter took the licence?

 

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