BURGUM FAMILY HISTORY SOCIETY

The Burgum family history society is a member of the Guild of one name studies and researches the names
BURGUM
and BURGHAM

Pubs of the Forest of Dean

Pubs that had something to do with the Burgums and Burghams.



Anchor Inn, Lydbrook, Gloucestershire, England

Landlords:
1879 - Robert Banks (from the Kings Head, at Cinderford)
1879 - A. Burgham
1885 - William Burgham
1887, 1891 - Hannah Burgum
1894 - Mr Phelps

(see CS1891-118)

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Bush Inn, Redbrook, Monmouthshire/Gloucestershire, England, England

Owner: Thomas Burgham in 1856

History: The Bush Inn was the tap house of Redbrook Brewery. Thomas Burgham took over in 1856 and expanded the business to supply over twenty licensed premises. Both the Brewery and the pubs were taken over by Ind Coop and Allsopp of Burton on Trent in 1923.

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Forge Hammer Inn, Lydbrook, Gloucestershire, England

Owner: Alfred Burgum (CS1891-10) Butcher, age 56
with Mary Burgum (wife, 66)
Margaret Hale (granddaughter-dau, general servant, 19).

Rateable value 1891: £11. 0s. 0d

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Fountain Inn, Parkend, Gloucestershire, England

Owner: Elizabeth Burgham, of Redbrook Brewery, in 1891

Rateable value 1891: £15. 10s. 0d

Licence: Alehouse

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Lamb Inn, Clearwell, Gloucestershire, England

Owner: Oliver A. Burgham of Redbrook in 1903; acquired by Ind Coope and Co. of Burton on Trent in 1923
Notes: This was one of several pubs tied to the Redbrook Brewery, owned by Oliver A. Burgham.
Rateable value 1903: £11. 4s. 0d
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Ostrich Inn, Newland, Gloucestershire, England

Owners: Bells' Charity and leased to Oliver Burgham, of Redbrook Brewery
History: Inn dates back to the 13th Century (opposite Newland Church)
Rateable value 1903: £14. 10s. 0d
Licence: Alehouse
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Parrot Inn, Hewelsfield, Gloucestershire, England

Owners:
1891 - Eliza Burgham, of Redbrook Brewery
1903 - Eliza Burgham, of Redbrook Brewery
Notes: Near the church.
Rateable value 1903: £12. 17s. 6d
Licence: Alehouse
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Prince of Wales, Sparrow Hill, Coleford, Gloucestershire, England

Owners:
Robert Morgan in 1891;
Oliver A. Burgham of Redbrook Brewery in 1903
Landlords:
Robert Morgan in 1891
Henry Birt in 1903
History: The pub was demolished in 1939 to allow the widening of Staunton Road.
Rateable value 1903: £11. 4s. 0d
Licence: Alehouse
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Royal Oak, Fetter Hill, Coleford, Gloucestershire, England

Owners:
1891 - Eliza Burgham
1903 - Oliver A. Burgham, of Redbrook
Landlords:
1891 - Daniel Nelmes
1903 - Louisa Banks (mother of Hannah Burgum, of the Anchor Inn, Lydbrook)
History: It closed in 1954 and was demolished; (opposite "The George").
Rateable value 1903: £12. 0s. 0d
Licence: Beerhouse
(CS1911-104)
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Victoria Hotel, High Street, Guernsey

Hotel Manageress: K. Burgham, age 30 (born Woolhope, Herefordshire, England
(CS1911-119)
Victoria Inn, Cinderford, Gloucestershire, England

Owners: Trustees of Thomas Wintle, Forest Brewery, Mitcheldean
Landlord: Elizabeth Burgham
(see CS1891-14)
History: It was purchased in 1888 for £350, but by 1891 it had passed to the Trustees mentioned above. It closed in 1900. It was located near the bottom of Victoria Street, near a sharp bend, almost opposite the Forge Hammer Inn. Cinderford Iron Works was nearby and provided many of its customers.
Rateable value 1891: £15. 0s. 0d
Licence: Alehouse
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