Bill ,The Cock Inn, Leek

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Description:Bill for refreshments for master, servants and horses at The Cock Inn, Leek, 1765.

The Cock Inn, a popular coaching inn during the eighteenth century. Its most famous guest was John Naden, who spent his last night in the cellar before being hung, and gibbeted on Gun. The building was demolished and the Tourist Information Centre and council offices built in its place.

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Donor ref:D1798/ HM/9 (201/29565)

Source: Staffordshire County Record Office

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