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Sunday, 19 February 2012

HAY TAVERN, St. John Street

HAY TAVERN
St. John Street
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MINE HOST:
1841     Edmund Gardner
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I know absolutely nothing about this tavern, other than the entry in a Trade Directory.

There was an EDMUND GARDNER, who used to
be landlord of the King's Arms, Church Street, Preston,
 coal dealer, Publican, and Livery Stable keeper,
then publican, but late ostler only.
INSOLVENT DEBTOR REPORT 

I wonder if he could be related to Robert Gardner at the Harp Inn?
He was a coal dealer as well as a publican.
Preston Chronicle 26th October 1839
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