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Sunday, 14 September 2014

OLD DOG INN, Church Street

OLD DOG INN
133 Church Street
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I'm not sure when this sign was in situ, but it is believed to
be a long while ago. 
(I'm advised that it could be as recent as the 1990s)
If you compare this fragment of the building with the
photograph above it, I'm sure you'll agree it's a good fit 


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MINE HOSTS:
1715
1732 - 33                 John Carter   - owned by A.Bleasdall.
1745                        John Walmsley
1776                        Mrs. Walmsley
1796 - 97                 William Greenwood
1805 - 10                 Thomas Holland       d. Monday 18.6.1810, aged 62 years 'after a few hours illness.'
1810 - 24                 Mary Holland
1825 - 29                 Matthew Mitchard
1830                        Mrs. Mitchard   d. 4.2.1830 aged 37 years. Wife of the late Matthew M.
1831                        Mr. Cowell        
1835 - 37                John Dixon  -  moved from the Fleece Inn, St. John Street.
1837                        John Haworth  -  Came from the Albion Inn, St. Paul's St, Blackburn
1841                        Mrs Ellen Haworth
1841                        Mary Walmsley
1846 - 47                William Lucan
1851                       Thomas Waterworth
1851 - 57                George Eastham    - Wife, Jane, d.29.5.1853, aged 32 years.
1858 - 64                Thomas Tomlinson
1864 - 77                William Dickinson  - Married Mrs. Smith, Bridge Inn, Penwortham, on 13.7.1881
1878 - 80                Alexander Jamieson
1880                       Jabez Bromley Jones
1881 - 84                Alexander Jamieson
1884 - 91                Jabez Bromley Jones  d. 7.10.1891 aged 55 years. Ownership relinquished a few
                                                                                        months prior to his death.
1891 - 96               Annie Sophia Kendall
1896 - 98               Thomas Cummings
1899                       Fanny Elizabeth Dickinson
1899 - 1901           Frederick N. Dickinson
1901                      John Pendlebury
1901                      Frederick Halliday
1904 - 05              John Barlow
1907                      Margaret Rooney
1909                      James Colman
1909 - 13               Robert J. Sumner
1813                      Tom Sumner
1917 - 24              Reuben Clarkson
1928                      Ligh Hampson
1932                      John Jubb
1936 - 44               Arthur Stock
1944                      Mrs. Stock
1948                      George Heatley
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 Manchester Mercury  28th March 1797
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Preston Chronicle 15th January 1831
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The Morning Chronicle (London) 18th July 1832
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Preston Chronicle 13th June 1835
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DEATH:  On 16th April 1837, at Clitheroe,
Mr. Thomas Dixon, 75 years, father to 
Thomas Dixon, Salmesbury Mill, and John
Dixon, Dog Inn, Preston.
Manchester Times and Gazette 22nd April 1837
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Preston Chronicle  2nd October 1841
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Preston Chronicle  24th September 1842
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Preston Chronicle 23rd July 1862
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Preston Chronicle 24th December 1836
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Preston Chronicle 12th February 1842
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Preston Chronicle 28th October 1843
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Preston Chronicle  19th  September 1846
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MARRIAGE:  On Thursday 20th December 1847,
at the Catholic Chapel, Brownedge, Mr. William Lucan 
of the Old Dog Inn, Preston, to Mary, only daughter of
John Cooper Esq., of Lostock Hall Farm, Bamber Bridge.
Blackburn Standard  22nd December 1847
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Preston Chronicle 3rd May 1851
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Preston Chronicle 10th November 1855
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Preston Chronicle 28th January 1860
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Preston Chronicle 19th July 1862
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Preston Chronicle  6th August 1864
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Preston Chronicle 13th May 1865
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Preston Chronicle 6th February 1869
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IMPORTANT TO MASTER TAILORS
LOMAX & Co, of Darwen, will show their 
New and Improved Sewing Machine, on
Monday and Tuesday next, the 27th and 
28th inst., at the Old Dog Inn, Church
Street, Preston.
Preston Chronicle 25th February 1871
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Preston Chronicle 29th June 1872
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Preston Chronicle 27th September 1873
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Preston Chronicle 19th June 1875
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Preston Chronicle 5th August 1876
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Preston Chronicle 23rd September 1876
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Preston Chronicle 30th September 1876
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Preston Chronicle 28th October 1876
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Preston Chronicle  28th April 1877
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Preston Chronicle   9th June 1877
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Preston Chronicle 5th January 1878
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Preston Chronicle 6th April 1878
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Preston Chronicle 11th May 1878
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Preston Chronicle  31st August 1878
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Preston Chronicle18th January 1879
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Preston Chronicle  14th February 1880
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Preston Chronicle  15th May 1880
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ALLEGED THEFT OF A SEAL-SKIN JACKET
Mary Wiggans was charged with stealing a seal-skin
jacket, valued at £7, belonging to Joseph Ivison, draper,
199 Lancaster Road.
The prosecutor missed the jacket on Thursday afternoon 
from the shop door, and the day following, the prisoner
offered to sell it to Mr. Jamieson, of the Dog Inn, Church
Street. The property, however, was not purchased, and
the prisoner was afterwards apprehended by PC. Swarbrick.
Preston Chronicle  11th December 1880
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Preston Chronicle 1st January 1881
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LONGRIDGE CATHOLIC BALL
A 'Bus will leave the Old Dog Stables, Church
Street, at 7.30, another at 8 o'clock, also one at
8.30, on Monday evening next, for the Ball,
returning as requested by passengers. Tickets to 
be had and places secured up to four o'clock, pm 
on Monday.
A. JAMIESON, Old Dog Inn.
Preston Chronicle  22nd January 1881
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Preston Chronicle  18th June 1881
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Preston Chronicle 25th February 1882
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Preston Chronicle 15th July 1882
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Preston Chronicle 5th August 1882
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Preston Chronicle  11th November 1882
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Preston Chronicle 27th January 1883
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Preston Chronicle  27th January 1883
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Preston Chronicle  16th February 1884
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Preston Chronicle  2nd May 1885
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On Thursday 31st July, Mr. H.C. WALTON
offered at his salerooms, the old-established,
centrally situated and full-licensed public
house, known as the "Old Dog Inn," for sale.

The property is freehold, and situated in Church
Street. The bidding was spirited, but the lot was
eventually withdrawn at £6,000.
Preston Chronicle  2nd August 1890
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Preston Chronicle 10th October 1891
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Preston Chronicle 16th January 1892
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Taken from the P.N.E. Handbook of the 1898 - 99 Season
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Taken from the "Deepdale News", April 6th, 1928
Supplied by Ian Rigby,  Official PNE Historian.
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CENSUS RETURNS
1841
Ellen Howarth                         36 years                          Innkeeper
John Howarth                           4                                   Son
James Howarth                         2                                   Son 
Esther Howarth                         1                                   Daughter
1851
Thomas Waterworth               49 years                          Innkeeper                   b. Harwood, Yorks
Sarah Waterworth                  48                                    Wife                          b. Backbarrow
Hannah Waterworth                15                                   Daughter                    b. Preston
George Waterworth                11                                   Son                                     do

1861
Thomas Tomlinson                  55 years                          Lic. Vict.                    b. Thornton
Elizabeth Tomlinson                57                                    Wife                          b. Bibby with ??
Thomas Tomlinson                  17                                    Son                           b. Preston
Jane Tomlinson                       26                                    Daughter                   b. St. Michael's-on-Wyre
Teresa Tomlinson                   23                                     Daughter                   b. Galgate

1871
William Dickinson                  47 years                            Lic. Vict.                   b. Duxbury
Jane Dickinson                       46                                    Wife                          b. Howick
John France Dickinson           25                                     Son                                    do
Thomas Dickinson                  20                                     Son                                   do
Frederick Dickinson               16                                     Son                                    do

1881
Alexander Jamieson               46 years                             Lic. Vict.                  b. Preston
Margaret Jamieson                 42                                     Wife                                   do
Alice Jamieson                       17                                      Daughter                            do

1891
Jabez Bromley Jones             54 years                             Lic. Vict.                   b. Stafford
Clara Jones                           26                                      Daughter                   b. Preston
Alice Jones                            23                                      Daughter                            do

1901
Frederick N. Dickinson        46 years                              Lic. Vict.                  b. Howick
Fanny E. Dickinson              45                                       Wife                         b. Preston
Ada L. Dickinson                 21                                       Daughter                           do
Maggie Dickinson                20                                        Daughter                           do
Emily Dickinson                   17                                        Daughter                           do
Fanny Dickinson                  12                                        Daughter                           do
Florence Dickinson               7                                         Daughter                           do

1911
Robert James Sumner          50 years                              Hotel Keeper           b. Walton-le-dale
Mary Alice Sumner              46                                       Wife                        b. Farrington
Mary Sumner                      19                                        Daughter                 b. Alston
Arthur Sumner                    16                             Son / Apr. Mechanic                  do
Robert James Sumner         12                                Son / School                   b. Longridge
Cecil Sumner                        9                                Son / School                   b. Garstang
Lucie Sumner                       7                             Daughter / School              b. Upper Rawcliffe
Annie Richardson               21                          General Domestic Servant     b. Millom
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