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<big>'''Burton & Lincoln Breweries Ltd, ''' ''91 Moor Street, Burton-on-Trent, Staffordshire.''</big>
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[[File:Buckmaster Lincoln ad 1889.jpg|thumb|An advert from 1889]]
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[[File:Dawson Burton.jpg|thumb]]
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[[image:Burton & Lincoln 1890.jpg |thumb|An advert from 1890]]
  
Founded 1863 as Dickenson, Nicholls and Stone. Acquired by E.P. Dawson & Co. in 1872. Above registered December 1889 to acquire E.P.Dawson and H.J.Buckmaster, Lincoln with a total of 117 tied houses.  
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<big>'''Burton & Lincoln Breweries Ltd''', ''91 Moor Street, Burton-on-Trent, Staffordshire.''</big>
  
Sold to Albion (Burton-on-Trent) Brewery Ltd. in 1897 and houses resold to [[Salt & Co. Ltd]] in 1897 and 1901. Moor Street Brewery sold to Briggs & Co. brewers engineers 1899/90. No buildings survive.
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The company was registered in December 1889 to acquire [[Edwin Popplewell Dawson]] of Burton; [[H J Buckmaster & Co]] of Lincoln; and [[Bargate Brewery]] of Boston, with a total of 177 tied houses.  
  
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In 1896, they were included in the newly-creared [[Albion Brewery (Burton-on-Trent) Ltd]], but their pubs were resold to Thomas [[Salt & Co. Ltd]] and others in 1897 and 1901.
  
[[List of H J Buckmaster pubs]]
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The Moor Street Brewery sold to Briggs & Co. brewers engineers 1900. No buildings survive.
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* '''[[List of Burton & Lincoln Breweries Ltd pubs]]'''
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{{Trade Mark 4 |regno = 60,836|desc=Cat's Head|date=10/1/1887|seventy=NO
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|regno2 = 60,837|desc2=Cat's Head|date2=10/1/1887|seventy2=NO
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|regno3 = 60,838|desc3=Cat's Head|date3=10/1/1887|seventy3=NO
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|regno4 = 182,026|desc4=TM for whisky|date4=4/9/1894|seventy4=NO}}
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[[category:Staffordshire]]

Latest revision as of 18:16, 25 October 2020

An advert from 1889
Dawson Burton.jpg
An advert from 1890

Burton & Lincoln Breweries Ltd, 91 Moor Street, Burton-on-Trent, Staffordshire.

The company was registered in December 1889 to acquire Edwin Popplewell Dawson of Burton; H J Buckmaster & Co of Lincoln; and Bargate Brewery of Boston, with a total of 177 tied houses.

In 1896, they were included in the newly-creared Albion Brewery (Burton-on-Trent) Ltd, but their pubs were resold to Thomas Salt & Co. Ltd and others in 1897 and 1901.

The Moor Street Brewery sold to Briggs & Co. brewers engineers 1900. No buildings survive.


Entry in the Trade Mark Registry

Registration No : 60,836
Description : Cat's Head
Date of Application : 10/1/1887
Used Prior to 1870? : NO

Registration No : 60,837
Description : Cat's Head
Date of Application : 10/1/1887
Used Prior to 1870? : NO

Registration No : 60,838
Description : Cat's Head
Date of Application : 10/1/1887
Used Prior to 1870? : NO

Registration No : 182,026
Description : TM for whisky
Date of Application : 4/9/1894
Used Prior to 1870? : NO