Gloucester Journal, November 1885: City Police. Edward Thompson, Thomas Brookes and John Harman were charged with stealing a ham, value 12 shillings, belonging to Thomas Pierce of the Globe Inn. They all pleaded guilty and Thompson said it was a drunken freak. They were sentenced to 21 days hard labour.
The Globe Inn was renamed from the Union Jack c.1822.
The 1936 reference to the Globe Inn lists it as 1 Quay Street.
Landlords at the Globe Inn include:
1830 Mary Penton
1856,1859 Esther Maysey
1879, 1885 Thomas Pierce
1902,1919 John Dee
1927,1936 Herbert Lapworth
1939 H.G. Ingram
1957 F. Matthews