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Tuesday, 16 October 2012

DUKE OF YORK, 80 Friargate

DUKE OF YORK INN
80 Friargate
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MINE HOSTS:
1825                  Charles Ambler
1827                  Thomas Melling
1829                  Richard Lambert
1832                  Thomas Ashcroft
1841                  James Green
1841 - 54          Anthony Westhead
1857 - 66          William Rowland Noblett - from the Executors of the late W.R. Noblett
1866                  Thomas Noblett
1866 - 69          John Smith
1873 - 74          John Mayor
1877 - 80          John Gee
1880 - 81          William S. Ashburn(er)
1882 - 83          Michael Tommony
1883 - 85          Peter Rimmer
1885 - 86          James Sharrock
1886                 Richard Walmsley
1888 - 89         William Henderson Kerr
1889                 John Seed
1889 - 93         Richard Ward
1893                 James Iddon
1894                 John Seed
1894 - 95         William Burditt
1895 - 96         Richard Stothert
1896 - 1900     John Henderson
1900 - 01         Albert Lees
1901                James Ellison
1902 - 04        Richard Midghall
1904                Charles Edward Wolfenden
1905                James Kirby
1907                William Freeman ('Darky' Freeman - see advert in 1907)
1910                Thomas Marchant
1913 - 26        William W. Fisher
1932 - 36        John Maguire
1940                Harry A. Fletcher
1940 - 48        Mrs. Mary A. Fletcher
1952 - 53        Edward Riley
1957               Frederick W., Milner
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Preston Pilot  11th February 1826
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Preston Chronicle 28th July 1849
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Prest
on Chronicle 11th March 1854
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Preston Chronicle 13th December 1854
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CHEAP TRIPS &c., &c.
PARTIES would do well to get their WINES and SPIRITS
at the DUKE OF YORK INN, Friargate, corner of
Edward Street.
W.R. NOBLETT
Preston Chronicle 14th August 1858
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RUM -  The best JAMAICA you will get
at the DUKE OF YORK INN, Friargate, 
corner of Edward Street.
W.R. NOBLETT
Preston Chronicle  24th December 1858
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GIN - London, Swaine, Boord, and Co's
unrivalled.  12 s. per gallon,
other gin from 10s.
DUKE OF YORK, FRIARGATE.
Preston Chronicle  10th December 1859
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HOLLAND'S GIN and OLD FRENCH
BRANDY at the DUKE OF YORK,
FRIARGATE.
Preston Chronicle  10th December 1859
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IRISH AND SCOTCH MALT WHISKEY
HOUSE.
DUKE OF YORK, FRIARGATE.
Preston Chronicle  10th December 1859
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PORT WINE, very old, 3s 6d per bottle.
DUKE OF YORK, FRIARGATE
Preston Chronicle  10th December 1859
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SEASONABLE ADVICE !!
All parties are respectfully advised to
purchase their WINES and SPIRITS
at
NOBLET'S ESTABLISHMENTS:-
THE DUKE OF YOUR INN, Friargate
THE HORSE SHOE INN, Church Street, and
THE SAWYERS' ARMS & PLUMPTON BROOK INN,
Snow Hill.
Preston Chronicle  24th December 1859
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WINE AND SPIRIT WAREHOUSE, "DUKE OF YORK INN" 
Friargate, corner of Edward Street:
Best French Brandy, Patent and British   3s,  2s 4d.  1s 8d the pint

Port Wine (six years old), and New Port, 2s., 1s 8d, and 1s. 6d the pint.

London Peppermint and Raspberry Cordials
8s per gallon to the trade.

DEVONSHIRE CIDER.

W.R. NOBLETT
Preston Chronicle  14th July 1860
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BOTTLED DUBLIN PORTER
No Bottled Porter equal to that sold at the
DUKE OF YOUR INN, FRIARGATE;
SAWYERS' ARMS AND PLUMPTON BROOK INN,
SNOWHILL;
HORSE SHOE INN, CHURCH STREET;
and at the
SPRINGFIELD INN, MARSH LANE
NOBLET'S
GENUINE OLD PORT WINE
Preston Chronicle  29th June 1861
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DEATH - On 23rd October 1863,
of typhoid fever, MARGERY, wife of
William Rowland Noblett, of the
Duke of York Inn, Friargate.
Preston Chronicle  24th October 1863
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VINEGAR made from English malt
6d per quart.
DUKE OF YORK INN, FRIARGATE.
Preston Chronicle  2nd April 1864
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Preston Chronicle 28th October 1865
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Preston Chronicle  26th October 1867
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Preston Chronicle 29th February 1868
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ON SALE, Two large wood COOLERS; one 14 feet by
5ft 6in, and one 12ft by 3ft 6in; 20 load barrels; two malt-crushers,
made by Whitehead; one brewing boiler, with pipes and taps, bars 
and doors all complete, quite new; two copper temperatures; one
large copper pump; one mash tub, quite new, and a large quantity
of small casks. The above is in excellent condition, and will be sold
cheap.
Apply, JOHN MAYOR, DUKE OF YORK INN, FRIARGATE.
Preston Chronicle  1st November 1873
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Preston Chronicle 6th May 1876
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Preston Chronicle 22nd December 1877
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Preston Chronicle  27th January 1883
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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

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CENSUS RETURNS
1841
James Green                   30 years                 Publican
Margret Green                25                          Wife
John Green                      7                            Son
Elizabeth Green               6                            Daughter

1851
Anthony Westhead         45 years                 Innkeeper                    b. Chorley
Elizabeth Westhead        43                           Wife                           b. Blackburn
Elizabeth Cropper           18                          House Servant             b. Liverpool
Mary Turner                   28                          House Servant             b. Salmesbury

1861
William R. Noblett          40 years                Lic. Vict.                      b. Manchester
Margery Noblett             39                         Wife                            b. Lancaster
John Noblett                    8                          Son                             b. Manchester
George Noblett               6                           Son                                       do
Katherine Noblett            5                          Daughter                     b.    ?
Thomas Noblett               3                          Son                                   ?
James Noblett                61                          Prov. Dealer               b. Salwick

1871
John Smith                    49 years                 Publican                      b. Garstang
May Smith                    49                          Wife                            b. York

1881
William S. Ashburner    22 years                 Lic. Vict.                     b. Barrow
Margaret Ashburner      19                         Wife                            b. Longton
Annie Morgan               52                         Mother-in-law              b. Muncaster

1891
Richard Ward               49 years                 Innkeeper                    b. Ribchester
Elizabeth Ward              53                         Wife                            b. Blackburn
Maggie Ward                14                          Daughter                     b. Preston
Albert Ward                   9                           Son                                     do

1901
Albert Lees                   32 years                Lic. Vict.                      b. Stanningley, Yorks.
Lilly Lees                      30                         Wife                             b. Openshaw
Thornhill Lees                9                           Son                              b. Dilworth
Norris Lees                   4                           Son                              b. Burnley
Albert Lees                   3                           Son                               b. Preston

1911
William Warton Fisher   52 years               Publican                        b. Preston
Mary Jane Fisher           46                        Wife / Assistant                     do
Martha Ann Whiteside   28                        Niece / Barmaid                    do
William Whiteside          23                        Nephew / Tailor                    do
Harry Whiteside            19                        Nephew / Tailor                    do
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1 comment:

  1. Interesting to see, this Michael Tommony may be might great, great grandfather!

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