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Friday, 17 February 2012

GREY HORSE, Church Street

GREY HORSE
145 Church Street
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This was where the best in Aussie White could be obtained.
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MINE HOSTS:

1805 -1812          Thomas Bray  -  
1818                     William Dobson
1820                     Robert Johnson      m. 12.10.1820, see below.
1824 - 25             Thomas Brierley
1829                     Ann Brierley
1831                     Edmund Charnley
?                            John Collier    d.15.3.1833 at the Black Bull Inn, Cheapside. 33 yrs.
1834 - 36             William Layfield    d. 22.6.1863 at Woodplumpton Workhouse, aged 76 years.
pre-1838              Edward Latham  -  See Insolvency notice, below - 3.3.1838
1840                    Christopher Cronshaw ##   See "Cricket Inn" 1841 Census.
1841                    Richard Parkinson   d. 23.4.1846
1843 - 46             Henry Taylor    d. 22.12.1846 aged 67 years. 
1846                    Mrs. Taylor
1851                    Simon Yates      d. 25.1.1860 aged 38 years. No mention of a wife in the death    
                                                     announcement.  But see marriage notice below, dated 1.3.1856
1853 - 54            Simon and Peter Yates
1857                    Peter Yates & Co.
1859 - 95            Mary Addison  nb. In 1868 the license was transferred from Susannah Robinson to Mary Addison. Did Mary have a break of tenure?
1904 - 40            Addison & Co.
1909                    Joseph Pitchford - manager
1910                   William Byrne - manager

##  Christopher Cronshaw  d. 13.1.1843, aged 57 years, "For many years of the TURK'S HEAD INN" in this town.
pers. comm.  The "Turk's Head Bar" was interconnecting with the Grey Horse / Addisons, for many years in the second half of the 20th century at least, and may have been for much longer. It stood at the rear of Addisons, and could be entered by a separate door down Turk's Head Court, which can be seen on the extreme right of the top picture, above.
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SOME MORE NOTES
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Mrs Mary Addison was a sister of Peter and Simon Yates
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Lancaster Gazette  20th April 1805
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Caledonian Mercury (Edinburgh)   23rd March 1820
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MARRIAGE:  On Thursday last, Mr. Robert Johnson,
of the Grey Horse public-house, Preston, to
Miss Mary Stewart, of Garstang.
Lancaster Gazette 14th October 1820
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Preston Chronicle  4th November 1820
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Lancaster Gazette  4th November 1820
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Preston Chronicle 28th October 1822
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Preston Pilot  20th August 1825
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Notice regarding an Indenture of
Assignment for the benefit of his
creditors (Edmund Charnley)
George Sidgreaves - Solicitor
Preston Chronicle  19th March 1831
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COURT FOR RELIEF OF INSOLVENT DEBTORS
Preston Chronicle  3rd March 1838
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Preston Chronicle  14th March 1840
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READY TO BE ADVANCED, on good Security,
the sum of £1,400 - apply to RICHARD PARKINSON,
Grey Horse Inn, Church Street, Preston.
Preston Chronicle 25th September 1841
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MARRIAGE
On 27th March, Mr. Simon Yates, engraver, of this
town, to Jane, only daughter of Mr. Joseph Younghusband,
Douglas, Isle of Man.
Preston Chronicle  30th March 1844
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Preston Chronicle  22nd January 1848
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Preston Chronicle   26th April 1851
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WHOLESALE & RETAIL FAMILY SPIRIT VAULT
PETER YATES
146 / 147 Church Street, Preston.

Having ceased trading as a butcher, Peter Yates 
announces he is now trading at the above address
as "YATES BRO"
Preston Chronicle  9th April 1853
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SIMON YATES
Sculptor, Monumental Architect, and Tombstone
Letterer, 145 Church Street, Preston, 
Monuments executed in first-style of art, and in the
finest quality of Carrara Marble.
Preston Chronicle  3rd September, 1853
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Preston Chronicle   5th February 1859
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Preston Chronicle  13th February 1858
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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the
PARTNERSHIP heretofore subsisting between us, the
undersigned, PETER YATES and MARY ADDISON, 
as fell-mongers, skinners, innkeepers, and whoesale and
retail wine and spirit merchants, at Preston and Penwortham,
has been DISSOLVED by mutual consent, as witness our
hands this eleventh day of May, 1859
PETER YATES
MARY ADDISON
In the presence of Paul Catterall Junior, Solicitor, Preston.
Preston Chronicle  14th May 1859 
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Preston Chronicle   28th January 1860
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Preston Guardian 20th October 1860
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Preston Chronicle  28th March 1868
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Preston Chronicle  13th July 1872
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Preston Chronicle  12th April 1884
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Preston Chronicle  10th October 1885
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Lancashire Evening Post  3rd July 2013
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CENSUS RETURNS:
1841
Richard Parkinson               60 years                      Innkeeper
Sarah Parkinson                  55                               Wife

Next door, at the Provision Shop 146, Church Street, was:
Mary Addison                  23 years                      Provision Dealer
Susannah Addison               3                                Daughter

1851
Simon Yates                       30 years                      Innkeeper/Engineer     b. Preston
Jane Yates                          26                               Wife                           b. Douglas, I.O.M.
Joseph Yates                        5                                Son                           b. Preston
Susannah Yates                    4                                Daughter                             do
Peter Yates                         25                               Brother                               do

1861
Mary Addison                    42 years                      Spirit Vault                 b. Preston

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PLUS
Read the following background piece that appeared in
the Preston Guardian on 13.6.1977

Preston Guardian 13.6.1977







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