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PROBERT, Samuel - of Hereford, victualler
Can anyone identify Samuel Probert who was the publican at the Rummer Tavern, in Bewell Street, City of Hereford - probably from 1834 to 1836. He became a Freeman of the City of Hereford in 1832 - as a yeoman. He became an insolvent debtor in 1836. I can find no mention of him before 1832 and none after 1837.


Posted Jun 2017
Hereford, Herefordshire

 



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