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Tuesday, 7 February 2017

HAYMARKET TAVERN, Clayton's Court

HAYMARKET TAVERN
Clayton's Court, Market Place
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Clayton's Court ran off the Old Shambles, close to the Market Place.
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MINE HOSTS:
1841                     Edward Worthington
1861 - 62             Lawrence and Dorothy Almond
1865                    James Bolton
1867                    Thomas Heap
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 Preston Chronicle  18th May 1861
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...................DOROTHY ALMOND said that 
about a week ago the prisoner Fallows, came
to her house (a beer-house) in Clayton's Court.
He had a dead goose on the table, and he asked
her to buy it. She told him she would not have it.
Preston Chronicle  18th January 1862
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Preston Chronicle 29th January 1862.
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 Preston Chronicle  24th December 1864
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 Preston Chronicle  28th January 1865
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Preston Chronicle  28th January 1865
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 Preston Chronicle  8th April 1865
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CENSUS RETURN
1841
Edward Worthington            60 years                   Publican
Sarah Worthington               50                            Wife
Richard Worthington            25                            Son

1861
Lawrence Almond               50 years                    Innkeeper                 b. Croston Junction
John Almond                       25                             Son                          b. Croston
William Almond                   13                             Son                                    do
Daniel Almond                      9                              Son                          b. Preston
Dorothy Almond                 43                              Wife                         b. Westmoreland
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