43 Lancaster Road (South)
1861 John Barnes
1865 Ellen Grundy
1866 - 67 Mr and Mrs. Robert Grundy - daughter, Elizabeth Ann, 22 years, died 12.12.1867
1869 - 71 James Watts
1873 Robert Clarkson
1877 - 81 Alfred Walmsley
1882 - 85 William Preston
1885 - 89 William Moon
1889 - 95 George Terry
1895 - 97 William Rhodes
1897 George Foster Morris
1897 Marian Baring
1899 - 1900 Alfred Greenwood
1901 William Southworth#
# On March 15th 1901 Southworth had been given a 'Temporary Authority Licence,' but on April 3rd 1901, the Full Transfer was refused, because Alfred Greenwood was awaiting trial for receiving stolen goods. On the 10th he was convicted, and disqualified from holding a licence. On the 12th April 1901 permission was refused to continue business until Transfer Day.
On 5th May 1901 an application for a licence was refused.
On 3rd July an appeal was made against the refusal, Dismissed with costs.
I'm not sure what was going on here, unless Southworth was involved with the case against Greenwood.
HOWEVER: SEE BELOW, 1901
Lancaster Gazette 22nd August 1883
CHARGE AGAINST A PUBLICAN
Committal of Accused
At Preston yesterday, Henry Cornwall, 26 years, labourer, and Alfred Greenwood, landlord of the Hesketh Arms, Lancaster Road, Preston, were charged on remand, the former with stealing, and the latter with receiving property to the value of over £116. The stolen property, it was stated, included 66 rings, 480 cigars, 23 pipes, and a number of cigar and cigarette holders, along with 40 to 50 watches which had not been traced.
When Cornwell was arrested, he confessed to breaking into five shops, and informed the police that the whole of the property would be found at the Hesketh Arms.
Greenwood said that he had bought some stuff from Cornwall, but he had paid market value for it. A search resulted in the police finding all the property mentioned, but the watches they failed to recover.
Both prisoners were committed for trial.
Manchester Courier 16th February 1901.
At Preston Quarter Session yesterday, Alfred Greenwood, 33 years, publican, for receiving stolen property, was sentenced to 5 years' penal servitude; and Henry Cornwell, 24 years, labourer, for breaking into several shops and stealing goods to the value of £117, at Preston, was sentenced to 4 years' imprisonment.
Manchester Courier 12th April 1901
John Barnes 35 years Victualler b. Walton-le-dale
Alice Barnes 30 Wife b. Withnell
?? Barnes 5 Daughter b. Preston
?? Barnes 3 Daughter do
John Barnes 1 Son do
James Watts 46 years Publican b. Ireland
Jane Watts 46 Wife b. Preston
Jane Watts 18 Daughter do
Alfred Walmsley 31 years Lic. Vict. b. Preston
Emily Walmsley 9 Daughter b. Poulton-le-Fylde
Ealioee? Walmsley 7 Daughter do
George Terry 45 years Lic. Vict. b. Rawtenstall
Eliza Terry 40 Wife b. Preston
Gertrude Terry 1 Daughter do