n.1.One who keeps an inn.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Wolfe was an innholder, as well as a cutler; his playhouse was not an inn, but he may have got the idea of a dedicated performance space from a tradition of temporary theatrical activity at Bristol inns.
(19) Alleyn, for instance, would identify himself as a London innholder, and he also owned an inn in St Botolph's at Bishopsgate.
His personal achievements include being shortlisted this year in the industry-leading Catey Awards in the manager of the year category and being made a Master Innholder and Freeman of the City of London in 2013.
Hyndman is a Master Innholder and was Vice Chairman in 2006 and Presidentof La Reunion des Gastronomes in 2007.
Overseen by Jonathan Stapleton, Master Innholder no less, the staff make-up at Lough Erne Golf Resort has gathered roughly 70 per cent experienced souls from local areas and 30 per cent from overseas.
(24) Warde sold the Cross Keys almost immediately to William Johnson alias Fawne, citizen and innholder, and his wife Alice, who definitely owned and occupied the inn a few years later.
An unusually detailed description of a woman in an English advertisement drew a graphic picture: A woman, seemingly between 26 and 30 years of age, who called herself Mary Forster, pretty tall and fat, large breasts, and big belly, as If with child, born at or near Hawick in Northumberland, black hair and eyebrows, absented herself from her service with Richard Atkinson, of Bishop-Wearmouth, in the County of Durham, innholder, and hath robb'd him of a considerable sum of money.
In 1977,he chaired the first Welsh Hoteliers Conference and was elected a Master Innholder by the Worshipful Company of Innholders, which he later chaired.
First, she somehow expelled Ricardes from the Bell Savage and installed Howson as innholder, perhaps on the anniversary of the lease, 25 March 1569.
innholder seems to have been not with the Red Bull in Clerkenwell but
He was indicted in 1594 for keeping a bowling alley in Drury Lane with |dicing Tabling and Carding' (Kb9/685/14), was called a victualler and an innholder there in many Middlesex Sessions Rolls (as in Jeaffreson, i.245), and was an innholder in Clerkenwell by 1602 and constable in 1613 and 1614.(30) Nothing is known of how he served Charles Blount, Earl of Devonshire and a member of the Privy Council.
Every year throughout its history the society has met in April for a gala dinner at the Innholder's Hall but dwindling attendances made the event more and more difficult to hold.