1 Fletcher Road
- 1853 James Taylor
1857 - 61 Henry Whittle
1867 See advert, below.
1869 - 71 John Dean Morton
1875 Peter Fishwick
1875 George Banks
1876 - 82 Thomas Naylor
1883 - 88 John Hothersall
1888 - 97 Henry Maud d. 5.5.1897 aged 42 years from injuries received through being thrown from a cart.
1897 - 1904 John Joseph Woods
1907 - 10 Michael McGreevy (McGrievy)
1913 John Clarkson
1917 Albert McGreeny - note similarity with 1907 occupier.
TO BE SOLD BY PRIVATE TREATY
A NUMBER OF FREEHOLD COTTAGES AND
TWO BEER-SHOPS IN PRESTON
For particulars apply to Mr. JAMES TAYLOR,
Station Tavern, Fletcher Road, Preston and
Longridge Railway Station.
Preston Chronicle 5th February 1853
Preston Chronicle 14th July 1877
Preston Chronicle 24th March 1883
Henry Bamber, a scampish looking fellow,
was charged with having stolen 2s 6d from
the till at the STATION TAVERN beerhouse,
Fletchers' Road, on Tuesday afternoon.
Annie Hothersall, wife of the landlord (John
Hothersall), said that she caught the prisoner
with his hand in the drawer. He got away, but
afterwards apprehended by P.D. Challon.
He was sent to gaol for 1 calendar month
with hard labour.
Preston Chronicle 14th November 1885
Manchester Courier 1st April 1913
It seems as though there might have been appeal here?
Possibly still open in 1917?
1861Henry Whittle 56 years Beerhouse Keeper b. Preston
Martha Whittle 50 Wife do
Mary A. Whittle 24 Daughter do
Alfred Whittle 23 Son do
Elizabeth Whittle 21 Daughter do
John Dean Morton 37 years Publican b. Manchester
Mary Dean Morton 34 Wife b. Preston
Sarah Dean Morton 15 months Daughter do
Thomas Naylor 33 years Beerseller b. Walton-le-dale
Mary Naylor 29 Wife b. Preston
William Naylor 5 Son do
Thomas Naylor 4 Son do
John Naylor 2 months Son do
Henry Maud 33 years Lic. Vict. b. Manchester
Margaret J. Maud 11 Daughter b. Preston
Eliza Maud 3 Daughter do
John Joseph Woods 39 years Publican b. Preston
Marina Woods 42 Wife do
Joseph Woods 8 Son do
Elizabeth Woods 6 Daughter do