54 High Street
Apparently it later became known as the "COACH AND HORSES" but
I have no information relating to it.
1796 Mrs Naylor Expenses of £119 6s. 7d., incurred here in the lead up to the
elections of 1796. DDK/1683/73.
1808 William Thompson d. 16th February 1808 See below.
1818 Robert Preston
Robert Preston took over at the new 'Three Tuns,' but it's
not clear when.
DEATH On Tuesday last (16th),
Mr. William Thompson, of the "Three
Tuns" public-house, in Preston.
Lancaster Gazette 20th February 1808
DEATH: On Monday last, Mrs. Preston,
wife of Mr. Robert Preston, of Preston,
Lancaster Gazette 11th April 1818
|See Lot 4|
Preston Chronicle 25th October 1834
|More recently I have found that the first licensee at the|
'New' Three Tuns, Robert Preston, died in 1834, so
possibly he was there slightly earlier than suggested.
TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION
By order of the surviving Trustees
under the Will of Robert Preston,
At the house of Mr. John FOWLER, the Coach and Horses,
in Preston, by Mr. T. Threlfall, on 30th October.
LOT 4 All those two dwellinghouses, situate at the
top of High Street, Preston, formerly used as an INN
or PUBLIC HOUSE, known by the name of the
OLD THREE TUNS.
Preston Chronicle 11th October 1834
There's a lot to sort out with regards to the
chronology of both the Old and the New Three Tuns,
in High Street and North Road respectively.