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Wednesday, 22 February 2012

JUNCTION INN, Dunderdale Street

JUNCTION INN
16 Dunderdale Street
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MINE HOSTS:
1866
1869 - 71                  John Stock
1871 - 73                  Thomas Slack - 29.11.1870, fined 20s + costs for breaching the Sunday Act.
1873                          John Wrennall
1877                          Thomas Clarkson
1877 - 86                  William Parkinson
1886 - 88                  Ann Parkinson
1888 - 99                  Mary Ann Woodruff
1899 - 1902              Robert Baron
1902 - 13                  John Woodruff
1917                          John Partington
1926 - 27                  John William Ingram

The house was owned by David Bramley, Moor Lane, Licensed Victualler.

1931 - 38  "The Preston Railwayman's Social Club Ltd."

1944           Conveyed from "Preston Labour Clubs' Brewery Ltd" to
                         "Maudland Labour Club Ltd."
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TO BE Sold by Private Treaty, the BEERHOUSE called the Junction Inn, in Dunderdale Street, off Maudland Bank, Preston. Apply to John Firehawk, Solicitor, Preston.
Blackburn Standard  16th October 1875
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DEATH
INGRAM - Junction Inn, Dunderdale Street, suddenly, ALICE MAUDE, beloved wife of  JOHN WILLIAM INGRAM.  R.I.P.
Lancashire Evening Post  14th May 1926
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CENSUS RETURNS
1871
Thomas Slack                   64 years                   Beerseller                    b. Preston
Ellen Slack                        57                            Wife                            b. Standish

1881
William Parkinson              45 years                  Beerseller                    b. Higher Walton
Ann Parkinson                   48                           Wife                                        do

1891
Mary A. Woodruff            42 years                   Innkeeper                    b. Higher Walton

1901
Robert Baron                    36 years                   Beerseller                    b. Walton-le-dale
Alice Baron                       34                            Wife                            b. Higher Walton

1911
John Woodruff                  36 years                   Beerseller                    b. Higher Walton
Alice Woodruff                 35                            Wife / Assistant                      do
  Despite their ages, the Census showed them to have been married for 22 years!!
            Perhaps it just seemed that long!?
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