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Saturday, 31 March 2012

KING'S ARMS, NEW Miller Arcade

"NEW" KING'S ARMS
Miller Arcade
*
After the Miller Arcade was built, the "KING'S ARMS" took its position
on the corner of Lancaster Road and Church Street. The Arcade also had a
Turkish Baths (right hand of picture beneath a half-moon door heading),
and a Geisha Dance Hall.
-
During the 1950's and 60's, and probably later also, the King's Arms were
known colloquially as "THE LONG BAR." I suspect that that had its
origins in the name of the landlord in 1940 - Thomas W. D. Long.
 *
MINE HOSTS:
1895                     Nathaniel Miller took over the licence of the original King's Arms that stood on this
                                   site. Once the building of the Miller Arcade was completed, the licence was 
                                   handed over to John Hayhurst.
1898 - 1936         John Atherton Hayhurst
1940 - 44             Thomas W. D. Long   (Given as Thomas E. Long in 1944)
1948                     John Watkinson
1957                     James Coughlin

Closed as the King's Arms on 3rd January 1862, but since then has had a variety of uses, most recently
as 'MANYANAS' - a younger persons bar / disco. (see below for an even later life).
*
The Sole Proprietors of "Real Stingo" were H.C. Breakell & Co.
Est 1839, 12 Church Street, Preston,  who had a brewery in North Street,
and a Bonded Vault in Avenham Street.
*
Lancashire Evening Post 30th March 2012
*
*


SELBORNE HOTEL, St. James Street / Bence Road

SELBORNE HOTEL
65 James Street / 6 Bence Road
*
*
MINE HOSTS:
1895 - 96                 John Newton
1896 - 97                 George Terry
1897 - 1904             John Fletcher
1910 - 28                 George Henry Walmsley      d. 1928 aged c. 48years
1928 - 32                 Frances Walmsley  - wife of G.H.W.
1936 - 40                 Lewis Tuson
1944                        Harry Bradshaw

The first application for a licence of this house was in 1892, but I don't know (yet) if it was successful. What I do know, it that in the 1890's the licences to several houses were lost in mitigation of this new house.
*
CENSUS RETURNS
1901
John Fletcher                        44 years                      Lic. Vict.                      b. Heywood
Alice Fletcher                       44                               Wife                             b. Bury

1911
George Henry Walmsley                  32 years                 Lic. Vict.               b. Preston
Frances Jane Millward Walmsley     33                         Wife / Assistant              do
James Millward Walmsley                9                           Son                                do
Bernard Millward Walmsley             7                           Son                                do
Mary Millward Walmsley                 5                           Daughter                        do
Albert George Millward Walmsley   3                           Son                                do
Jessie Millward Walmsley                2                           Daughter                        do
Elizabeth Ann Haley                       23                          Domestic Servant  b. Frizzington, Cumberland
*

CENTRAL HOTEL, Tithebarn Street

CENTRAL HOTEL
Tithebarn Street
*
Later became the 
Please see that page.
*

GUILD TAVERN, Tithebarn Street

GUILD TAVERN
Tithebarn Street
*
formerly the "CENTRAL HOTEL"
And believed at one point to have taken over the licence from:
 The "ROYAL OAK" St. John Street (later renamed Tithebarn Street.
*
This photograph was taken from Lancaster Road. The building on the left is the
Guild Hall, and that on the right, the Stanley Arms.

*
MINE HOSTS
1926 - 27              John Fishwick Barton  - Former P.N.E. player - info from Ian Rigby, PNE Official Historian
1932                     John Fishwick  (same as above??)
1936                     George Mallinson
1940                     Frank G. Gough
1944 - 48             William H. Riley
Mid-1940's           Frank Gallimore  -  Former P.N.E. player - info from Ian Rigby, PNE Official Historian
*


Wednesday, 28 March 2012

NEW BRIDGE INN, Ribbleside

NEW BRIDGE INN
Ribbleside
*
Between 1854 and 1857, the name of this house changed to
*
See that page - all the relevant details
for this house, are dealt with there.

Sunday, 25 March 2012

WHITE LYON, Church Gate

WHITE LYON
Church Gate (now Church Street)
*
I don't know where this was. It appears simultaneously with the
 *
MINE HOST:
1732     Henry Moor
Property owned by Henry Fleetwood.
*
Any information to

RED LYON, Church Gate

RED LYON
Church Gate  (now Church Street)
*
see also, the "WHITE LYON"
Add caption
  *
The asterisk is below thw Red Lion of the 19th Century. There is no reason
that its predecessor was not the "Red Lyon," in the same position, and probably
the same building.
*
Taken from the Poor Rate Assessment Book 1732
L.R.O. Ref. CNP/3/1/11
*
However, Anthony Hewitson, in his notes relating to the Court Leet
Records, he wrote the following:
"The Red Lyon would, no doubt, be the name of a public house, 
and it would be situated towards the north or the south end of
Friargate - which end is now impossible to definately say, but probably
the latter".
*
MINE HOST:
1732              James Fishwick (Property owned by Henry Fleetwood)
1779 - 86      Samuel Dawson
1786              William Birchall
1796              William Salisbury - [The Election Expense Record of expenditure incurred by the Committee in the Interests of Stanley and Houghton, bore the
                                                    address, 'William Salisbury, Old Red Lyon.']       
                                                              DDK/1683/62
1797              William Burrows
*
London General Evening Post  12th August 1779
*
Manchester Mercury   4th July 1786 
*
 Manchester Mercury   28th March 1797

Tuesday, 20 March 2012

YORK HOTEL / YORK TAVERN, Church Street

YORK HOTEL  /  YORK TAVERN
46 Church Street
*
It is probable that the hotel and the tavern were run as two separate entities.
*
*
MINE HOSTS:
1839 - 40                Mr. W. Garstang
1840 - 42                John Rigg
1848                       Mr. P. Smith
1851 - 61                Richard Bibby
1863 - 70                Thomas Smith
1870 - 75                John Meagher
  In the Preston Chronicle  20.11.1875, is a record that the licence passed from 'Mr. Leaver' to Westray?
1875 - 80                Jonathan Westray - had a son called Jonathan (and also Jonathan Devenport Westray)
1881 - 82                Thomas Sharp
1882                       Jonathan Westray Junior
1882                       James Wignall
1882 - 83               Robert McCourty
1883 - 84               Thomas West
1884                       James Albert Tomlinson
1885                       Emmanuel Woods
1886 - 99               James Edward Bonney
1899 - 1900           James Wilcock
1900 - 01               Richard Rigg
1901 - 07               Charles Watson Straker
1910 - 11               Thomas Blogg  -  Was at the Lamb Hotel, Church Street, in 1913.
1913 - 17               Joseph Silver
*
DESTRUCTIVE GAS EXPLOSIONS 
IN CHURCH STREET
About half past 10 o'clock on Sunday morning last,
three alarming explosions of gas occurred in this town, 
by which a considerable amount of damage was done.

The origin of the casualty is supposed to have been the
sinking of the earth contiguous to the excavations for the
new sewerage works now in progress between the ends
of Water Street (now Manchester Road), and Pole Street,
which it appears occasioned the old sewers and the gas
pipes to give way, and the latter to leak at the joints. One 
of these joints was directly over a fracture in a branch 
sewer extending from the brew-house of the York Hotel, 
kept by Mr. Bibby, at the corner of Derby Street, to the
old sewerage main in Church Street, and this branch and 
a considerable portion of the old sewerage main had
become filled with gas, a strong smell of the inflammable
vapour having been felt for two or three days, particularly
in the kitchen, cellar, and brew-house of the York Hotel.

At the time above mentioned, Henry Thompson, the ostler
at the inn, took a lighted candle into the brew-house for the
purpose of examining the gas pipes, and he was passing 
the grating of the branch sewer in the brew-house when
an explosion took place, and he was thrown down with great
violence.

Immediately afterwards two tremendous explosions occurred,
one at the bottom of Derby Street, and the other opposite
the end of Pole Street, the candle carried by the ostler 
having set fire to the gas in the sewer, which communicated
with that in the main. By the first of these explosions nearly
all the windows were broken in the upper rooms of several
houses on each side of the street; some of the shutters of the
shop of Mr. Hull, provision dealer, were shaken down, and 
several large panes of glass broken, besides those in the 
upper storeys of the house.
Preston Chronicle 6th October 1855
*
*
TO BE LET
by Private Treaty, with immediate possession.
The "YORK HOTEL INN,"  Church Street, 
with first-rate Spirit Vaults attached, together
with extensive Yards and Stabling.
Stock to be taken at a valuation. 
The taker will be declared on Thuesday 5th
February.
For further particulars apply on the premises.
Preston Chronicle  31st January 1863
*
YORK HOTEL, CHURCH STREET, PRESTON
THOMAS SMITH respectfully informs his Friends
and the public generally, that he has entered upon
the York Hotel, Church Street, where he solicits a
share of public support. It is his intention to merit 
the patronage of his friends by having always on tap
HOME BREWED ALES of the primest quality, 
BURTON and other ALES, and LONDON and
DUBLIN PORTER; on draught and in bottle, the
choicest WINE$ and SPIRITS, and refreshments
generally, of the most approved kinds.

WINES and SPIRITS, suitable for Christmas
festivities, in single bottles, at wholesale prices.

Well-aired BEDS, and good accomodation for
travellers.

Extensive STABLING and lock-up COACH-HOUSES.
Preston Chronicle  12th December 1863
*
Preston Guardian  19th February 1876
*
*
TO BE LET 
By Tender, with immediate possession.
"YORK HOTEL," Church Street.
Stock to be taken at a valuation.
Tenders received up to February 21st

Address, Mr. BIBBY, Avenham Place, Preston.
Preston Chronicle 14th February 1880
*
This notice, or card, is self-explanatory.
Courtesy of Middleford Miss on Flickr.
*
TO BE LET
The "YORK HOTEL," Church Street;
the house is free from Brewer or Spirit Marchant.
The stock is to be taken at valuation,
with immediate possession.
Apply Mr. BIBBY, 3 Avenham Place, or
THOMAS WEST, Auctioneer, Preston
Preston Chronicle 3rd November 1883

*
CENSUS RETURNS
1841
John Rigg                            59 years                       Publican
Agnes Rigg                          61                                Wife
James Rigg                          22                                Son

1851

1861
Richard Bibby                     35 years                       Lic. Vict.                      b. Walton
Ann Bibby                          35                                Wife                             b. Salmesbury

1871
John Meagher                     46 years                       Hotel Keeper               b. Ireland
Mary Meagher                    45                                Wife                            b. Preston
Joseph Meagher                  11                                Son                                       do

1881
Thomas Sharp                    38 years                       Publican                       b. Higher Walton
Jane Sharp                         35                                Wife                            b. Houlston?
Eliza Sharp                         12                                Daughter                      b. Higher Walton
Margaret Sharp                  10                                Daughter                                do
Thomas Sharp                     8                                 Son                                        do
Hannah Sharp                     4                                  Daughter                                do

1891
James Bonney                    40 years                       Lic. Vict.                     b. Cheshire
Elizabeth Bonney                39                                Wife                            b. Preston
Annie Bonney                     11                                Daughter                               do
Elizabeth Bonney                  5                                Daughter                               do

1901
Richard Rigg                      42 years                       Hotel Manager            b.Middleton, Westmoreland
Sarah Jane Rigg                 46                                Wife                            b. Selside, Westmoreland
John Rigg                           15                                Son                             b. Middleton
Alice Jane Rigg                  12                                 Daughter                     b. Appleby
Robert G. Rigg                  10                                 Son                                      do
Richard Rigg                       6                                  Son                                      do

1911
Thomas Blogg                   51 years                      Lic. Vict.           b. Sheringham, Norfolk
Emily Blogg                       54                                 Wife                           b. Shropshire
*

WHITE HORSE, Waterside

WHITE HORSE
Waterside
*
MINE HOST:
1686                 William Wearden
1818                 James Harrison
*
In the Court Leet Records of January 21st 1686, there is
mentioned "That he scour the ditch belonging to the White Horse neare to the Water Side, and amend the footway
betwixt (now) and the 24th March 1686"
-
This would mean near to the Ribble, and it may be 
presumed that it was the building, which was known as the 
"Regatta Inn," and which in the past stood at the bottom
of Fishergate Hill, or that it was near to the site of that place.
*

WINDMILL, The, Bottom of Friargate

(THE) WINDMILL
Bottom of Friargate
*
MINE HOST:
1833       ??
*
The windmill at the bottom of Friargate was on Mill Hill,
immediately behind the Adelphi Hotel. Whether there was
a pub of that name close to that I don't know. Does anybody?
*
TO BE LET
With immediate possession at a Low Rent.
That Convenient and Well-accustomed PUBLIC-
HOUSE, known by the sign of the "WIND MILL,"
situate at the bottom of Friargate. The cellaring is
excellent, and there is a good supply of Water.

The in-coming Tenant may be accommodated with
the fixtures as a fair valuation.
Preston Chronicle 1st June 1833
*

WHEATSHEAF, Starch Houses/ Back Lane

WHEATSHEAF
Starch Houses  /  Back Lane
*
There's little doubt that ths is synonymous with the 
*
MINE HOST:
James Akers
*
CENSUS RETURN:
1841
*

WHITTLE AND STEEL, Back Lane

WHITTLE AND STEEL
Back Lane
*
MINE HOST:
1836           see article, below.
*
STEALING MONEY
On Monday last, William Parkinson, (alias Yates),
was charged at the Town Hall with having stolen
£21 10s, the property of his mistress, who resides
at Ratcliffe Bridge near Manchester. 

Information of the theft having reached the police
station here, a search was made for him, and he was
found at the Whittle and Steel beershop (a house of
ill-fame), in Back Lane, with £9 in his possession, 
nearly all in silver and copper.

He was sent, in the charge of Constable Holt to
Manchester. where he was committed to the 
Salford Session.
Preston Chronicle  30th January 1836
*
COMMITMENTS
On Tuesday, Ellen Porter and Mary Ann Holden,
two women of the town, who had been found at the
Whittle and Steel, a house of ill-fame, were committed 
for three months to the House of Corection.
Preston Chronicle 4th June 1836
*
TO BE LET BY PRIVATE TREATY
With immediate possession.
ALL that DWELLING-HOUSE, situate in Back Lane,
Preston, for some time occupied as a retail BEER-HOUSE,
and for which it is well-adapted. It is known by the sign of
the WHITTLE and STEEL, and adjoins the smithy of
Messrs. Nuttle.
Apply to Mr. RIGBY, at the Virgins Inn; or 
Mr. RISHTON, Solicitor, 12 Cannon Street.
Preston Chronicle  18th June 1836
*

WINDSOR CASTLE, Egan Street

WINDSOR CASTLE
29 or 39 (later 66) Egan Street
*


*
MINE HOSTS: 
1838                      John Gregory  -  Owned by Mr. Singleton Wright.
1841                      James Pye
1843                      John Gregory
1851                      Thomas Smith
.................................................................DEATH:  On the 1st July 1851, Mrs.Margaret Snape
                                                                 of the Windsor Castle, Egan Street, near St. Paul's Church
                                                                 aged 45 years.      (This doesn't tie in with other data)
1853                      John Compton                      
1854                      Thomas Snape
1854 - 60               John Crompton
1861                      Henry Winder
1865 - 71               Sarah Winder
1873 - 77               John Swarbrick
1881                      Hannah Dallas
1885                      Mary Waring
1891 - 93               Thomas H. Mason
1895                      John Watmough
1901                      John James Marsden    - brother of Joseph Marsden, Adelphi Hotel 1897 - 1901, Grove Hotel, and Tanners' Arms,
1902                      Henry Anthony
1904                      James Pownall
1907                      Thomas D. Atherton
1910 - 13               John Murray
1917                       Harry Barnes
1924 - 26               William Henry Wilson
1932 - 36               Wilfred Dixon
1940 - 44               Alfred Swift
*
TO BE LET
All that Commodious INN, known by the sign of
"THE WINDSOR CASTLE", Egan Street, near
St.Paul's Church, Preston, with the Stable and Brewhouse 
thereunto belonging, now in the occupation of Mr. James PYE,
who will show the premises.
Further particulars may be had on application to Mr. Singleton Wright,
No. 9 St. Paul's Square.
Preston Chronicle  29th January 1842
*
*
*
Preston Chronicle   8th July 1843
*

*
REFUSING TO BILLET SOLDIERS
At the Borough Police Court on Saturday, Thomas Mason,
landlord of the Windsor Castle, Egan-street, was summoned
for refusing to billet two men and horses belonging to the
12th Battery of the Royal Artillery, when ordered to do so
by Major Little - Chief Constable.

The Battery came into town on the 22nd August, and two
 men were sent to the defendant's house, but his wife refused
to accommodate them. As that was the first offence of its kind
in Preston he did not press for a heavy penalty.

The defendant was not in the house at the time or the soldiers 
would have been billeted The case was withdrawn on the 
defendant promising to pay the costs of the case.
Preston Chronicle  16th September 1893
*
Taken from PNE Football Records Magazine up to the 1906 - 07 Season.
The advert relates to the year 1907.
Magazine provided by Ian Rigby, the Official PNE Historian
*
CENSUS RETURNS
1841
James Pye                   25 years                         Publican
Agnes Pye                   25                                  Wife
James Pye                   55                                  Slater (and, presumably, father?)

1851

1861
Henry Winder             32 years                         Publican                    b. Preston
Sarah M. Winder        33                                  Wife                                  do
John James Winder      7                                    Son                                   do
Charles Winder            2                                    Son                                   do
1871
Sarah M. Winder        45 years                        Innkeeper                  b. Preston
John James Winder     17                                 Son                                   do
Charles Winder           12                                 Son                                   do

1881
Hannah Dallas             54 years - widow.         Innkeeper                  b. Blackburn
Mary H. Dallas            28                                Daughter                              do
John J. Dallas              20                                 Son                           b. Preston
James Dallas               18                                 Son                                    do

1891
Thomas H. Mason      32 years                       Beerseller                    b. Preston
Mary Mason               41                                Wife                           b. Singleton

1901
John J. Marsden         39 years                       Publican                       b. Preston
Jane E. Marsden         38                                Wife                                    do
Joseph Marsden         12                                 Son                                     do
John Marsden              6                                  Son                                    do
Fred Marsden         under 1 month                   Son                                    do

1911
John Murray               51                                Lic. Vict.                    b. Birkenhead
Elizabeth Murray        48                                 Wife                          b. Preston
Frederick Murray       25                                 Son                                    do
John Murray               21                                 Son                                    do
Edith Murray              17                                 Daughter                             do
Eveline Murray           10                                 Daughter                             do
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WINDMILL INN, Moor Lane

WINDMILL INN
25 Moor Lane  /  20 North Street
later 160 Moor Lane
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The "Windmill Inn" in a later guise as the "Cross Keys"
You can just see the remains of the windmill itself, behind the right of the roof.
This building was, of course, a replacement for the original "Windmill Inn".
MINE HOSTS:
1818                       Richard Warwick
1821 - 24               Adam Swarbrick - Adam Swarbrick was born in 1790 at Wesham. He married Margaret 
                                                                                Haythornthwaite at St John's in Preston in 1814. He was the uncle of the
                                                                                Joseph Swarbrick who held the Swan with Two Necks. Adam died in 1826. 
                                                                                             Thank you to Dave Swarbrick (no relation) for this information.
1825                       Thomas Billington
1829                       James Johnson
1834                           ?     Parkinson   -  licence suspended 6.9.1834.
1841                       Thomas Craven
1841 - 42               James Walch
1843 - 50               John Gornall
1851                       Daniel Cockitt
1852                       Mrs. Cocker  - should ths be Cockitt?
1853                      William Rothwell
1854 - 60               Richard Ratcliffe  - whether there was a split tenancy here I don't know, but see 1857.
1857                      George Seed*  see article below - 1857
1861                      T. Blackburn
1864                      Richard Blackburn
1864 - 1890          Robert Robinson
1890                      Agnes Ann Casey
1891                      Robert Butler
1891                     Thomas Henry Flowers
1892 - 94              Thomas Nelson
1894 - 95              Mary Alice Eastham
1895                      Henry Adams
1895                      John Phillipson
1896                      Joseph Cowell
1896                      Robert Nelson
1897 - 99              Ellen Preston
1899                      William James Taylor
1899 - 1901          Henry Adams
1901 - 04              George Borwick
1907 - 08              Thomas Henry Wignall
1910 - 11               John Turner
1913                      Thomas Rooney
1917                      Henry Adman
1924                      Richard Spencer
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On Thursday sen'night, a newborn female infant
was found in a dung-hill near the Windmill Tavern, Preston.
We are sorry to state that the wicked mother
has,as yet, escaped detection.
Lancaster Gazette  December 02, 1815
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TO BE LET
With immediate possession
All  that well-accustomed public house, called
the "WINDMILL INN," situated in Moor
Lane, Preston. The house is in good repair, and
the fixtures, brewing utensil, and brewhouse, in 
the best condition. Satisfactory reasons for the
present tenant declining the business
For particulars apply to  MR. JOHN GORNALL,
Bow Lane, Preston; or on the premises.
Preston Chronicle   June 1st 1850.
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A rough looking fellow called William Whiteside,
appreared at the Town Hall, charged with attempting 
to forcibly enter the WINDMILL TAVERN, Moor Lane,
(kept by a widow named COCKER). At about 1am in the
morning, P.C. Hesketh, along with P.C. Steinson, and 
P.S. Whittaker, proceeded to the house in question, where
they saw four or five men lurking about, and another trying
to get through a window.

When apprehended, he was taken into the house where
Hesketh ordered two whiskeys, and he and Steinson drank them. 

In answer to the Mayor, Hesketh said the assertion was true.
They were in a profuse persperation, and he was afraid they might
take cold. The defendant was cautioned and discharged.
Preston Chronicle 24th July 1852
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WINDMILL INN, MOOR LANE
GEORGE SEED
(Late of the Britannia Inn, Friargate)
On entering the above HOTEL, the proprietor begs
to thank his nuerous patrons and friends for their
favours which he has received at his late place of 
business, and hopes, by keeping always on hand a 
first class article in spirits, combinewd with strict
attention to their comfort, to merit a continuation
of their patronage in the future.
HOLLAND and BRISTOL GIN, JAMAICA RUM.
Preston Chronicle 23rd May 1857

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AYLESBURY DUCKS
On Sale TWO DUCKS and a DRAKE,
to be seen at the Windmill Inn,
Moor Lane.
Preston Chronicle 23rd May 1857
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Just arrived, a large quantity
of GERMAN CANARIES singing
the NIGHTINGALE and WOODLARK NOTES,
at Mr. Robinson's,
Windmill Inn, Moor Lane.
Preston Chronicle 9th April 1870
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Preston Chronicle  23rd May 1874
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Liverpool Mercury  14th December 1899
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CENSUS RETURNS
1841
Thomas Craven                    25 years                      Publican
Jane Craven                         25                               Wife
James Craven                        2                                Son

1851
Daniel Cockitt                      32 years                      Innkeeper                    b. Wishington, Cheshire
Esther Cockitt                      28                               Wife                            b. Goosnargh
Charles Cockitt                     3                                Son                             b. Lancaster
Thomas Blackburn               45                               Hay & Straw Dealer    b. Goosnargh
Bessy Coyne                        24                               Servant                       b. Ireland

1861

1871
Robert Robinson                 37 years                       Innkeeper                    b. Kendal
Theresa Robinson               35                                 Wife                            b. Kirkham
William Robinson                10                                 Son                             b. Preston
Robert Robinson                  5                                  Son                                     do

1881
Robert Robinson                47 years                         Innkeeper                   b. Kendal
Theresa Robinson               45                                 Wife                            b. Kirkham
William Robinson                20                                 Son                             b. Preston
Robert Robinson                 15                                 Son                                      do
John Robinson                      9                                 Son                                      do
Richard Robinson                 6                                  Son                                      do

1891
Thomas Henry Flowers      30 years                         Innkeeper                    b. Coventry
Anne Flowers                    21                                  Wife                            b. Ireland
Thomas Henry Flowers       1                                   Son                             b. Burnley

1901
Henry Adams                    45 years                         Innkeeper                    b. Preston
Sarah Adams                     40                                  Wife                                    do
James Adams                     22                                  Son                                     do
George Adams                   18                                  Son                                     do
Robert Adams                    14                                  Son                                     do
Hubert Adams                    12                                  Son                                     do
Cedric Adams                     9                                   Son                                     do
William Adams                    5                                   Son                                     do
Cissy Adams                       1                                   Daughter                             do

1911
John Turner                       44 years                          Publican                    b. Preston
Margaret Turner                44                                   Wife                                   do
Jane Turner                       21                                    Daughter                           do
John Turner                       18                                    Son                                   do
Nancy Turner                    14                                    Daughter                           do
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