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Goat in Boots

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Goat in Boots

Pubs History says: "This pub was called the Goat until 1725 when the name was extended to Goat in Boots. Fulham Road was previously New Brompton Road, e.g. in 1851; and earlier called Little Chelsea. It was rebuilt in its present form in 1887." And they give Prangnell as the publican in 1891 with different names in 1884 and 1895 so his maximum time here was 10 years. 

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Goat in Boots

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William Prangnell

Ye Goat in Boots. Rebuilt by Wm Prangnell, 1887

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