DERBY ARMS INN
206 Ribbleton Lane
1864 James Patterson
1866 Thomas Fowler
1867 James Patterson (Owner)
1869 - 85 William Bramley
1885 - 91 Ellen Bramley
1891 Lucy Woodruff
1891 - 92 John William Tattersall (Owned by Matthew Brown)
1892 - 1904 William Ainsworth
1907 - 09 Peter P. Pierrie
1910 - 17 John Wilding
1924 - 32 James Pendlebury
1936 John Fishwick
1944 - William Harrison
1948 William Slater
TO BE LET, the DERBY INN,
Ribbleton Lane. Average sales
seven half loads per week,
Apply on the premises, or to
Mr. DUCKETT Auctioneer.
Preston Chronicle 27th March 1869
DERBY INN, RIBBLETON LANE, PRESTON
Sale on 16th April 1891
ALL that Valuable Freehold PLOT OF LAND, at the
corner of Ribbleton Lane and Geoffrey Street, Preston,
containing in whole, 259 superficial square yards of land
or thereabouts, together with the old, well-established
Inn or Beerhouse called the "DERBY INN," with the
Brewhouse and other buildings thereon erected, and now
in the occupation of the Misses Woodruff.
The premises (which are in good repair and condition)
occupy an excellent situation for business purposes, and
offer a valuable security for a trading investment.
The "Derby Inn" is a well-known house, and is doing
a large business.
The premises will be sold subject to the grantees
covenants contained in an Indenture of the 8th
February 1864, made between the Right Hon. Edward Geoffrey,
the then Earl of Derby on the one part, and James Patterson
of the other part.
Preston Chronicle 4th April 1891
Taken from the 1909 edition of Preston North End's Record Book.
Supplied by Ian Rigby, the Official PNE Historian.
|Lancashire Evening Post 18th August 2008|
William Bramley 43 years Beerseller b. Walton-le-dale
Ellen Bromley 39 Wife do
William Bramley 54 years Publican b. Preston
Ellen Bramley 50 Wife b. Walton-le-Dale
Lucy Woodruff 60 years Lic. Vict. b. Walton-le-dale
Louisa Woodruff 77 Lodger do
William Ainsworth 35 years - widower Beerseller b. Preston
Alice S. Ainsworth 8 Daughter do
Beatrice Ainsworth 6 Daughter do
Thomas Ainsworth 30 Brother do