DUCHESS OF LANCASTER
20 Ratcliffe Street / 15 Heatley Street
the "NEW INN"
As the "NEW INN" -
1838 - 42 William Saul - owned by James Dixon.
1847 John Spibey
1851 - 57 Ann Hardman - owned by Mr. R. B. Dickson
As the "DUCHESS OF LANCASTER"
1860 - 62 Ann Hardman
1862 - 70 William Flintoff
As the "DUCHESS OF KENT"
1860 William Flintoff
As the "DUCHESS OF LANCASTER"
1870 - 1905 Richard Finch
1907 Thomas Foster
1907 - 10 Joseph Rawcliffe
1911 James Coonan
1913 James Mashiter
1917 J. Coonan
1924 George E. Mallinson
1926 - 27 John Thompson
1932 NO MENTION.
FACTS OF INTEREST:
"Duchess of Lancaster"
A "Splendid New Steam Packet" was
introduced by the Lancaster by the
Lancaster and Liverpool Steam Navigation
and Shipping Company.
Queen Victoria was the Duchess of Lancaster.
Preston Chronicle 9th February 1839
For anyone interested, a 'cypher' is a quantity 'of no importance.'
Probably relates to quality.
Preston Chronicle 27th March 1841
Preston Chronicle 5th June 1847
Preston Chronicle 3rd July 1847
I think this could be an example of a fictitious name of public house
being given to the Court, in the hope that it doesn't attract bad publicity.
ALTERNATIVELY: it could have been a journalistic error. I don't suppose
we'll ever know.
Preston Chronicle 25th February 1854
Preston Chronicle 2nd August 1856
|Is this a jounalistic error, or was it known as the|
'Duchess of Kent' for a period of time?
TO BE LET, by TENDER
With possession on the 1st May, next,
that well-accustomed PUBLIC-HOUSE
called "THE DUCHESS OF LANCASTER"
with a cottage adjoining, situate in Heatley
Street, Preston; now in the occupation of
Mr. Richard Finch.
Preston Chronicle 18th April 1874
|Preston Chronicle 17th November1877|
The meeting was on Tuesday 13th November.
Ownership of the house
1882 The Rev. Thomas Johnson of
1883 William Philip Park, of Altadore, Fulwood.
1885 Harold William Johnson, Howden, Yorkshire.
1890 Corporation of Preston.
1891 Richard Finch
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
Taken from the 1909 edition of Preston North End's Record Book.
Supplied by Ian Rigby, the Official PNE Historian.
William Saul 35 years Publican
Ann Saul 30 Wife
Robert Saul 8 Son
Ann Hardman 40 years Innkeeper b. Coppull
Thomas Hardman 9 Son b. Preston
Nancy Swarbrick 14 Servant do
Elizabeth Barnes 15 Servant b. ?
Anne Hardman 50 years Lic. Vict. b. Coppull
Thomas Hardman 19 Son b. Preston
Richard Finch 38 years Innkeeper b. Preston
Sarah Finch 37 Wife do
Thomas Finch 12 Son do
Robert Finch 7 Son do
William Finch 3 Son do
Sarah Finch 3 months Daughter do
Richard Finch 48 years Publican b. Preston
Thomas Finch 22 Son do
Robert Finch 17 Son do
William Finch 11 Son do
James Finch 56 Brother do
Ellen Wright 15 Servant do
James Woods 18 Servant do
Richard Finch 58 years Licensed Vict. b. Preston
Robert Finch 27 Son do
Elizabeth Finch 28 Daughter-in-law do
Sarah Finch 7 Grand-daughter do
Henrietta Finch 4 Grand-daughter do
Agnes Finch 2 Grand-daughter do
Richard Finch 5 months Grandson do
Richard Finch 70 years Publican b. Preston
Robert Finch 37 Son do
Elizabeth Finch 38 Daughter-in-law do
Sarah Finch 17 Grand-daughter do
Henrietta Finch 14 Grand-daughter do
Agnes Finch 12 Grand-daughter do
Richard Finch 10 Grandson do
Ada Finch 8 Grand-daughter do
Lilian Finch 4 Grand-daughter do
John Finch 1 Grandson do
William Finch 33 Son do
James Coonan 43 years Publican b. Blackburn
Margaret Coonan 45 Wife bo
Catherine ? 26 Servant / Barmaid b. Co. Mayo, Ireland