The Globe dates from the 18th century. It is a stone-built building set back from the High Street with the Gloucester – Swindon railway line on an embankment immediately behind the pub.

Gloucester Journal: June 3rd, 1882: To let at Stonehouse: All that well situated full licensed public house, known as the Globe Inn. Apply to Godsell & Sons, Brewers, Stroud.

Gloucester Journal: March 1st, 1884: Whitminster Court: William Wallace, Joseph Mills, of Whiteshill and Charles Ball, of Gloucester, labourers, were each summoned for being drunk on licensed premises at The Globe, Stonehouse. Ball did not appear. PC Scrivens proved the case, and defendants were each fined 2s.6s. and costs.

Summer 2006
April 2010
Image Courtesy Dave Kirby

Licensing Details:

Rateable Value in 1891: £17.0s.0d.

Owner in 1891: Godsell & Sons, Salmon Springs Brewery, Stroud

Type of licence in 1891: Alehouse

Rateable Value in 1903: £19.10s.0d.

Owner in 1903: Godsell & Sons, Salmon Springs Brewery, Stroud

Type of licence in 1903: Alehouse

Closing time in 1903: 11pm

Landlords at the Globe Inn include:

1830 James Sparrow

1856 J. Partridge

1871 Job Shirvington (his occupation in 1861 was a photographic artist. He was also a musician)

1885 Thomas Redwood

1891 Robert Russell

1902 William Uphill

1903 Joseph D. Powell

1906 Albert Henry Ann

1939 Rt. Frederick White

1961-1966 Reginald and Gwen Reynolds (previously at the Spa Inn since 1951)

1999 Dave and Helen Webb

2001, 2002 Dave and Linda Lopez

2003 Karen Anderson and Sara Jane King

2009 Tracy and Dene Baldwin (A talented darts player who represented England. Dene was the captain of the County Darts Team).

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