The George and Dragon inn Back street

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    Lyn Young
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    I am researching my husbands mothers family and their connection to this inn
    His mother Doris Dye was born in the George and Dragon which was tennanted(?) by her parents .What happened before her birth in 1904 and when the inn closed ?
    I would be grateful for any information

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    Mark+Benjamin
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    George & Dragon, St Mary’s Chare. Once one of Hexham’s most popular free houses, known for the fine clog dancers and singers who entertained there; a haunt of “ladies of ill repute”. 1822-1828/9 George Little; 1834 Alexander Whyte; 1841 Richard Dinning; 1847-1864 Hannah White or Whyte; 1886 John Coulson. Closed in 1937. The roofed-in courtyard housed The Fandango Nightclub in the 1970s & 1980s, the first night-club in the North-East, with access cut through the old abbey wall to the west. Courtyard roof removed in the early 21st century to create a variety of commercial premises

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