Clare Street is off Archdeacon Street near St Marys church in Westgate.
G Cummings provided materials for Home Brewed Beer to the Plasterers Arms
Gloucestershire Chronicle, Saturday 29th January 1870. Auction at the Lower George Inn, Westgate Street by Bruton and Knowles on Tuesday 15th February 1870. Lot 6. All that well accustomed inn called the Plasterers Arms with a skittle alley, stable, bake house and a shed and the garden belonging thereto. In the occupation of Mr Corlett.
The Plasterers Arms is listed in the 1879 Gloucester Directory as being in ‘Dockm’. The Plasterers Arms was referred to the compensation authority for closure as it was ‘old and unsuitable’. The Plasterers Arms had stabling for three horses. It closed on Christmas Eve 1907. Clare Street of today bears no resemblance to the Clare Street of 100 years ago.
Landlords at the Plasterers Arms include:
1856 J. Matthews
1870,1885 John Corlett
1897 Martha Jane Gainey (daughter in law of Sarah Gainey of the New Pilot Inn)
1902 John Hatherly Bubby
1906 William Digby Worsley