GORDON STREET TAVERN
2 Gordon Street
1857 Thomas Coup(e)
1869 Agnes Sturzaker
1870 - 71 Joseph Turner
1871 - 74 John Hamer (Amer - probably misheard in a court case. Preston Chronicle 2.12.1871)
1877 - 80 Benjamin Newton
1880 - 92 John Culshaw
1892 Thomas Sowerby
1892 - 95 William Connor
1895 - 1900 James Daniel
1900 - 01 John Winder(s)
1901 - 02 Joseph Chapman
1902 - 04 George Langten (Langton)
Latterly owned by:
Boardman's United Breweries Lyd. &
Cornbrook Brewery Co. Ltd. Ellesmere Street, Hulme.
Not believed to have traded beyond 1907.
In a legal document was recorded that in 1907,
"the property formerly known as the Gordon Street Tavern"
TO BE LET
With immediate possession
THAT well-established BEER-HOUSE, called
the "GORDON STREET TAVERN," Gordon Street,
Moor Lane, Preston.
Further particulars may be had on the premises.
Preston Chronicle 22nd March 1856
TO BE LET
TWO BEERHOUSES, "Harrison's Hill Tavern"
and "Gordon Street Tavern," without stock.
For particulars apply to THOMAS COUP,
Gordon Street, Moor Lane, Preston.
Preston Chronicle 21st February 1857
Preston Chronicle 22nd November 1879
Preston Chronicle 1st May 1880
Preston Chronicle 10th August 1889
John Hamer 55 years Farm Labourer b. Bleasdale
Mary Hamer 54 Wife b. Chipping
Elizabeth Hamer 62 Sister do
Margaret Hamer 27 Daughter b. Preston
Catherine Hamer 22 Daughter do
Matthew Hamer 18 Son do
Ann Hamer 17 Daughter do
Margaret J. Hamer 15 Daughter do
1881 OR 1891 ?
John Culshaw 42 years Beerseller b. Preston
Jane Culshaw 47 Wife b. Hoghton
Martha Culshaw 16 Daughter b. Preston
Ann Culshaw 11 Daughter do
John Winders 55 years Beerseller b. Preston
Jane Winders 53 Wife do
John Winders 19 Son do
Samuel Winders 17 Son do
Thomas Winders 15 Son do