FOX AND GRAPES
15 Fox Street
|In this photograph you can see the Exchange Hotel adjoining the Fox and Grapes.|
1841 Thomas Pyke (Pike)
1843 Joseph Kenrick
1851 - 56 Nancy Gent
1856 Joseph P. Abbott
1857 John Aughton
1858 Mary Aughton
1861 - 62 Mary Jane Houghton - Is this the same person as Mary Aughton in 1858?
1862 John Pickering
1865 E. Pickering
1869 - 77 Cornelius Coward - see, also, Cricketers's Arms, South Meadow Lane.
1877 - 79 Miles Dent
1879 - 80 John Sumner
1880 - 81 James Duckett
1882 - 85 John Carr
1885 - 98 Herbert Parry
1899 - 1901 Joseph Holmes
1901 - 06 William Houghton
1907 - 09 Bernard Meehan
1910 - 12 William Banks
1913 William Dewhurst d. 24.12.1930 aged 78 years, in Penwortham.
1919 William H King
1922 - 27 Edmund Wilson
1932 - 39 Joseph P. Jones
1940 - 43 William Pomfret
1944 Richard E. Fare
1948 - 53 James Woodhouse
1955 - 95 George Spencer
2003 - 12 Sharon Fishwick
JOSEPH KENRICK, formerly of the Queen's Arms,
North Road, then of the Griffin Inn, Water Street, both
in Preston, Licensed Victualler, and late of the FOX AND
GRAPES, Fox Street, Licensed Victualler, the latter part
of the time carrying on business in the name of Henry Aspden.
Preston Chronicle 28th October 1843
THE FOX AND GRAPES INN
FOX STREET, PRESTON
First-class WINES, SPIRITS, MILD AND BITTER BEERS,
Customers made thoroughly comfortable.
Preston Chronicle 10th November 1877
MR. JAMES DUCKETT
of the Fox and Grapes Inn, Fox Street,
begs to inform his friends and the public, that his
tender has been accepted for
at the Atlantic Field Sports on Saturday next,
on the North End Cricket Ground, Deepdale Road.
The choicest Wines and Spirits will be served,
and the Refreshments generally will be of a
Preston Chronicle 17th July 1880
MILES DENT, a retired publican,
was summoned for not maintaining
his son, Thomas, in the North
An order was made for 3s. a week.
Preston Chronicle 8th October 1881
DRUNK IN HIS OWN HOUSE
John Carr, landlord of the Fox and Grapes Inn,
Fox Street, was summoned for having been
drunk and disorderly in his own house on the
morning of the 20th inst.
Mr. Fryer, who appeared for the defence, pleaded
guilty on behalf of the defendant, who expressed
regret at such an occurrence. He said that, up to
the present, the defendant had borne an unblemished
character, and he hoped the Bench would take that
into consideration. Fined 10s. and costs.
Preston Chronicle 31st May 1884
KING - On the 31st ult., at the Fox and Grapes Hotel,
Fox Street, Preston, Alice, dearly beloved wife of
William H. King, and only daughter of E. and E. Wilson,
aged 23 years. Deeply regretted. RIP.
Internment at St. Mary's, St. Michael's, Garstang,
Thursday 4th inst.
Lancashire Daily Post 3rd September 1919
Thomas Pyke 38 years Innkeeper
? Pyke 25 Wife
Edward Pyke 1 Son
Mary Jane Houghton 48 years Publican b. Liverpool
John Davis 19 Son b. New Brighton
Cornelius Coward 33 years Lic. Vict. b. Preston
Ellen Coward 31 Wife b. Rufford
William Coward 59 Father b. Kendal
Jane Coward 43 Step-mother b. Skerton
Minnie Coward 8 months Half-sister b. Preston
James Duckett 28 years Lic. Vict. b. Preston
Charlotte S. Duckett 25 Wife do
Elizabeth Duckett 7 Daughter do
Emily Duckett 5 Daughter do
Harry Duckett 3 Son do
Thomas Duckett 2 Son do
James Duckett 1 Son do
Herbert Parry 28 years Lic. Vict. b. Bristol
Elizabeth Parry 30 Wife b. Preston
James E. Parry 5 Son do
Annie U. Parry 4 months Daughter do
Joseph Holmes 35 years Publican b. Preston
Emma Holmes 36 Wife do
William Banks 2 males and 2 females living here. No further details yet.