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Wednesday, 29 February 2012

NORTH END HOTEL, Corporation Street

NORTH END HOTEL
Corporation Street
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Built and owned by Matthew Brown Brewery.
This building used to be on the site of the
"Bowling Green Inn"
but whether it is wholly, partially, or not at all the
same building as that, I don't know.
The bowling green itself was to the rear of this building
backing onto the properties on Friargate.
Furthermore, there is good reason to believe that
the building had previously been known as the "NEW DUKE"
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The "North End Hotel" took its name from the
stretch of the canal wuich runs from Aqueduct Street
into the basin at the back of the old Public Hall.
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It may be recalled that it was intended to continue
the canal across the Ribble, but they ran out of money.
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That resulted in goods being carried by rail, across
Avenham Park, under Fishergate, and on to the 
canal basin.
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To the people south of the river this would be
"The North End" 
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I think this was taken post-1904, because the building on the right, which used to be
the North End Hotel, is being used by a 'Preston Film' business.
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MINE HOSTS:
1888 - 89               Joseph Brown
1889 - 90               William Kershaw
1890 - 91               Robert Gardner
1891 - 98               Frederick William Dickenson  - In 1889 Dickenson's wife, Fanny E. was the landlady at
                                                                                               the Black Bull, Friatgate.
1899 - 1901           Robert Taylor
1901 - 04               Arthur Waiting.  
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BANKRUPTCY HEARING
William KERSHAW commenced business in 
September 1889 with capital of £200.
The NORTH END HOTEL was profitable
while the Circus remained, but after that
it was a losing concern. Just before the
circus was removed he started a Music Hall
in connection with the house. This cost him
£8 - £10 per week to work, for payment of
artistes and so forth. Sometimes the receipts
came under the payments in wages.
Preston Chronicle  16th August 1890
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MUSIC LICENCES FOR WHITSUNTIDE
Frederick Dickinson, landlord of the North End
Hotel, made an application for a music licence.
He had a room in every way suitable for the
purpose, and had a licence for singing previous
to the Bench refusing to renew them last year.
In answer to the Bench's question as to why he
wanted the licence, he explained that he wanted it
to entertain his customers. He went on to say
that singing had been caried on as usual up to
the last fortnight since the licence was refused,
but not by paid artistes.
Preston Chronicle  20th May 1893
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CENSUS RETURNS
1891
Frederick Dickenson           35 years                    Publican                   b. Horwich
Fanny E. Dickenson            34                             Wife                         b. Preston
Ada L. Dickenson               12                             Daughter                           do
Maggie Dickenson               10                             Daughter                          do
Emily Dickenson                   6                              Daughter                          do
Fanny Dickenson                  2                              Daughter                          do

1901
Robert Taylor                     35 years                     Lic. Vict.                  b. Huddersfield
Louis Taylor                       36                              Wife                         b. Tunbridge Wells
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Further information to



NIGHT HAWK INN, Plungington Road

NIGHT HAWK INN
Plungington Road
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MINE HOST:
1864     William Robinson
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PRESTON LICENSED VICTUALLERS' AND BEERSELLERS ASSOCIATION
The monthly meeting of this association took place on
Thursday last, at the house of Mr. John Wallin,
the British Empire Inn, Adelphi Street, when some
new members were admitted, and the rules for the
government of the association were distributed. 
On the ballot being taken as to the place of the 
next meeting, it was decided to be held at the
house of Mr. William Robinson, the Night Hawk Inn,
Plungington Road.
Preston Chronicle  13th August 1864
Whether there was ever a pub by this name, I don't suppose we'll
ever know. I think it's likely to be a reflection of current affairs of the time.
Perhaps there was a family reason for referring to his house as the
'Night Hawk Inn.'
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In 1862, during the American Civil War, an iron-clad
blockade runner called the "Night Hawk" was built at the 
Ashton Quays for the Confederate Navy.

Taken from "The Old Lamb and Flag"
by Tom Walsh and Gregg Butler
Carnegie Publishing (1992)
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Night Hawk
Words: Gregg Butler.
Music: ‘Gown of Green’ (trad.)
In ’61 America is torn by Civil War
And blockades by the North halt shipments from Virginia’s shore
The cotton trade is quite shut down, and every Preston mill
Grows strangely quiet, hands laid off and great mill engines still
Bring back the cotton bring us work, let’s banish every frown
Oh give us cotton, give us work bring life to Preston town

Down on Ribble’s marshy banks an iron ship grows fast
From Mackern’s yard she’s fitted out to sail to save our trade at last

If Night Hawk can run the blockade, bring the cotton for our trade
We’ll start the engines work, again and have no need for aid
Bring back the cotton bring us work, let’s banish every frown
Oh save us Night Hawk from our doom bring life to Preston town

But though we need her cotton, yet we shun all Dixie’s ways
For cotton rests on slavery human dignity betrays

So though we starve we must agree, support brave Lincoln’s fight
Not sacrifice for money all that’s decent good and right
So sing no praise to Night Hawk, though our children cry for aid
Until a just end to the war frees up the cotton trade

Yes - ten years back loud was our shout of “ten percent or die”
‘We shall not live like slaves’ and “No surrender” was our cry

How can we then support a land that grinds down negro slaves
Who like us are Gods children, captured, sold across the waves
So sing no praise to Night Hawk, though our children cry for aid
Until a just end to the war frees up the cotton trade

The Night Hawk’s sailed from Liverpool, from Madeira’s Isle she’s clear
She’s steamed hard to Bermuda, then to landfall at Cape Fear

Now Wilmington’s upriver, thirty miles of bank and shoal
And a pilot she must take on board guide her to her goal
Bring back the cotton bring us work, let’s banish every frown
Oh save us Night Hawk from our doom bring life to Preston town

But little did they know the man’s incompetent, unsound
And on a sandbank far from home the Night Hawk’s soon aground

By the Yankee blockade shot at, boarded, looted, set afire
The Night Hawk soon lies ruined, all hopes of success expire
No cotton but no shame for wealth with evil to conspire
For principle’s at stake and Preston’s honour’s not for hire

Now when the war is over Preston’s trade quickly revives
And back to work Prestonians flock and get on with our lives
Once more for industry far famed and innovation drives
Our town to ever greater heights, once more Proud Preston thrives
We’ll spin the yarn, we weave the cloth we’ll shout our fame aloud
And reaffirm each Preston Guild that Preston still is proud.
Thanks to Gregg Butler for the words, and
Heather Crook for bringing it to our attention.

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NEW WELCOME INN, Cambridge Street

NEW WELCOME INN
14 Sizer Street North 
later 15 Cambridge Street
Most recently: 15 Cambridge Court.
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MINE HOSTS:
1871 - 72              Richard Moss - 2.7.1871, a case of breaching the Sunday Act was dismissed.
1872                     Richard Watkinson
1877 - 84             Henry Snape
1884 - 86             Jonathon Swarbrick - Jonathan Swarbrick was born in 1857 at Churchtown, a son of Robert and 
                                                                                                            Elizabeth [Whiteside] Swarbrick.
1886 - 88             James Kitching
1888                     Ann Kitching
1889 - 1907         William Moon
1910                     R. Forshaw
1913 - 30             Joseph Livesey (Livesay)
1932 - 48             Elizabeth Livesey
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FOR SALE BY AUCTION
At the WELLINGTON INN, Glovers' Court
LOT 8     ALL that capital BEERHOUSE situate
at the corner of Ellen Street and Sizer Street,
known by the sign of the "NEW WELCOME INN,"
with the brewhouse, outbuildings, and premises let
therewith, in the occupation of Richard Moss, as
tenant.
The property is Freehold and free from Ground Rent.
Preston Chronicle  29th April 1871
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CENSUS RETURNS
1871
Richard Moss                  34 years                        Beerseller                        b. Preston
Sarah Moss                     34                                 Wife                                        do

1881
Henry Snape                   40 years                        Lic. Vict.                         b. Clitheroe
Ann Snape                      40                                 Wife                                b. Higher Walton
Isabella Snape                 19                                 Daughter                         b. Preston
Robert Snape                  16                                 Son                                          do
Mary Ann Snape             13                                 Daughter                                  do
Margaret Snape                9                                  Daughter                                 do
Elizabeth Snape                7                                  Daughter                                  do
Agnes Snape                    3                                  Daughter                                  do

1891
William Moon                 57 years                        Beerseller                        b. Wrea Green
Catherine Moon              53                                 Wife                               b. Preston
Ann Whiteside                80                                 Mother-in-law                          do

1901
William Moon                67 years - widower        Beerhouse Keeper           b. Wrea Green
Thomas Martin              12                                  Grandson                         b. Preston
Annie Martin                   9                                  Grand-daughter                        do
Catherine Martin             9                                  Grand-daughter                         do
Elizabeth Martin             36                                  Daughter                                  do
      - Elizabeth was living next door at number 17 -
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NEW WEAVERS' ARMS, Carlisle Street

NEW WEAVERS' ARMS
14 Carlisle Street
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MINE HOSTS:
1861                       William Maymond
1869 - 70               Christopher Brown
1870 - 71               Joseph Morley
1871 - 74                Edward Smith
1874 - 77                William Berry
1881 - 84                William Snape
1884                       Stephen Hall
1884 - 85                Josiah Kynaston
1885                       John Singleton
1885 - 86                Stephen Hall
1886 - 88                Henry Waddington
1888 - 89                Elizabeth Hayhurst
1889 - 95                John Hilditch
1900 - 01                William Fielden
1901 - 04                Betsy Fielden   -   may have remarried, becoming Betsy Brindle.
1905                       Mrs. Elizabeth Pennington
1907                       William A. Hartley
1907                       John Fewery.  Owned by Matthew Brown and Co.
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NICELY CAUGHT
Edward Smith, landlord of ther "NEW WEAVERS' ARMS,"
Carlisle Street, was summoned for selling drink during 
prohibited hours. 

It appears that at 11 o'clcok on the 1st October, PC's 
Charnley and Helm, from circumstances which aroused
their suspicions, followed the landlord into the cellar, 
and there found three men hid, and the landlord with a
gallon jug in his hand, which contained a quart of fresh-
drawn beer.

Fined 20 shillings and costs.
Preston Chronicle  7th October 1871
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HULL & Sons   v   HALL and others
James Hull and Sons, Brewers, sued Stephen
Hall, Joseph Sumner, and Robert Geldard for
£24  17s. 9d., balance due on a promissary note
given by the defendants on 7/7/1884, for £63. 19s

Stephen Hall, at the time the promissary note was
 given, took the NEW WEAVERS' ARMS, public
house, and was at that time in want of the amount 
which the plaintiffs advanced him, the other defendants
being sureties.

On entering the public house he went on trading
with the plaintiffs for some time, and then left the house.

A verdict was given for the plaintiffs against all
the defendants.
Preston Chronicle  15th January 1887
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Lancashire Evening Post  12th April 1907
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CENSUS RETURNS
1861
William Maymond                       57 years                 Beerseller                 b. Mellor
Ephraim Maymond                     21                           Son                          b. Preston

1871
Joseph Morley                           29 years                  Beerseller                 b. Preston
Ellen Morley                              28                           Wife                                  do
Margaret Morley                        6                             Daughter                           do
Ellen Morley                            18 months                  Daughter                           do

1881
William Snape                           41 years                   Beerseller                 b. Clifton
Charlotte Snape                        38                            Wife                         b. Moon's Mill

1891
John Hilditch                            43 years                    Beerseller                 b. Manchester
Esther Hilditch                          43                            Wife                         b. Haslingden
Jane Hammerton                      19                             Step-daughter          b. Preston
Clara Hammerton                     14                            Step-daughter           b. Doncaster
Louisa Hammerton                   12                             Step-daughter                     do
Thomas Hilditch                         2                             Son                          b. Preston
Francis Hilditch                        19                             Son                                  do

1901
Betsy Fielden                          30 years - widow       Beerseller                 b. Preston
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NEW TIGER BEERHOUSE, Stanley Street

NEW TIGER BEERHOUSE
Stanley Street
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MINE HOST:
1859     Mr. Joseph Hyam (Higham)  See "Black Tiger" Church Street
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Joseph HIGHAM has clearly brought the name of the pub with him.
The alternative spelling has only just become apparent
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Preston Chronicle 16th April 1859
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 Preston Chronicle  9th July 1859
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Preston Chronicle  17th September 1859
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Preston Chronicle 24th September 1859
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NEW TOWN HALL TAVERN, Main Sprit Wiend

NEW TOWN HALL TAVERN
3 Main Sprit Wiend
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MINE HOSTS:
1869 - 71              Joseph Tomlinson
1876                     Robert Saul    
1878                     Ann Woods
1878                     Joseph Higginbottom
               Preston Guardian 4.12.1880  William Batty, transferred to Robert Saul . Enquiries to be made.
1880                     William Batty
1880 - 82              Robert Saul
1882                     Mary Dewhurst
1883 - 84             Charles Higden
1884 - 87             Robert Saul
1887 - 91             William Henry Edwards
1891 - 99             Mary Jane Robinson
1899 - 1901         Hermon Gronan    The premises were bought by Peter Yates (Yates Wine Stores) in 1899.

August 28th 1901   Renewal of licence not applied for.
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Preston Herald  4th February 1882
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CENSUS RETURNS
1871
Joseph Thompson                   57 years                      Beerseller                  b. Preston
Jane Thompson                       58                               Wife                                   do
Mary Ann Thompson              28                               Daughter                             do
Joseph Thompson                   18                               Son                                     do
Jane Thompson                       16                               Daughter                             do
Mary Jane Clark                      8                                Grand-daughter                   do

1881

1891
Mary Jane Robinson               47 years                      Beerhouse Keeper     b. Preston
William Armistead                   75                               Step-father                b. Kendal
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NEW SUN, Ribbleton Lane

NEW SUN
66  (later 133 / 135)  Ribbleton Lane
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MINE HOSTS:
1853 - 80              Robert Knowles
1881 - 88              Andrew Parker
1888 - 90              William Walker
1891 - 93              John Mounsey
1893 - 96              Richard Parkinson
1896 - 1904          Edmund Bolton
1907                     John Blackledge
1910                     John Garlick
1913                     Charles Jackson
1917                     John Calvert
1924 - 27             Nicholas Mercer
1932                     William Birchall
1936 - 44             George Rigby
1948                    Frederick Cocker
          - 1955.       Frank Thornton
1955 - 61             William Henry and Anne Fiddler
1961 -  c.65         Edward (Ted) Quigley 
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Preston Chronicle  24th December 1880
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CENSUS RETURNS
1861
Robert Knowles              45 years                     Beerseller                    b. Longton
Ellen Knowles                 46                              Wife                            b. Lancaster
John Knowles                 21                              Son                             b. Walton-le-dale
Jane Knowles                 18                               Daughter                                do
Ellen Knowles                 19                              Daughter                     b. Preston
William Knowles             14                               Son                            b. Walton-le-dale
Thomas Knowles             11                              Son                                        do
Richard Knowles              9                               Son                                        do

1871


1881
Andrew Parker                52 years                   Cotton loom Overlooker  b. Leyland
Mary A. Parker               56                            Wife                                b. Salisbury

1891

1901
Edmund Bolton               28 years                    Beerseller                    b. Preston
Ada H. Bolton                26                             Wife                                     do
Joseph E. Bolton              6                              Son                                      do
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NEW SHIP, Watery Lane

NEW SHIP
Marsh End
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There's a lot that needs sorting out with the 
continuity of the SHIP INN over the years.
All have occupied the same, or closely situated 
sites on Watery Lane -
SHIP INN  -  Marsh End
NEW SHIP INN   -  Water Lane / Old Quay
The present NEW SHIP INN  -   Watery Lane.
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The present 'New Ship Inn,' but its predecessors need a bit of unravelling.
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MINE HOSTS:
1831                    Mr. Smith
1840 - 47            Richard Smith     d. 27.5.1847
1847 - 56            Elizabeth Smith.  nee Collier m. 22.1.1840
1856 - 57            George Pye  (Had a manager called Matthew Cowherd - was he any relation to Wm Coward  -  see 1862 - 64)
1859                    
1862 - 64            William Coward
1865 - 73            Mrs. Ann Lees   - Preston Chronicle gave the date 1869 (P.C. 21.8.1869).
1876                   John Woodcock -  could this be synonymous with John Wilcock, beneath? PC.25.3.1876 ?
1877                   John Wilcock
1879 - 81           Matthew Sergeant
1882                   John Leeming      -  owned by Matthew Brown & Co.
1883                   Mary Leeming
1883 - 85           John Brown  d. 15.5.1885 aged 58 years.
1885                  Ann Brown
1886 - 87           Peter William Turner
1887 - 91           Richard Fazackerley
1891 - 1901       John Smith
1904                  James S. Hindley
1907                  William Hall
1910 - 13          Oliver Fowler
1917                  A. Hodgkinson
1924                  Stephen McGuire
1932 - 36           James T. Dew. d. 17.3.1938
1940 - 48          Matilda Dew - known affectionately as "Old Mother Dew"! d. 4.4.1974
1962                  Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Bamber
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EXTRAORDINARY PRODUCE OF A BEAN
On Wednesday last, Mr. Smith of the Ship Inn,
Marsh End, gathered from a bank in his garden,
the produce of a single bean, the plant from which
had branched into four stems - 35 pods, containing
86 beans, weighing seven and a half ounces.
Preston Chronicle  23rd July 1831
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Preston Chronicle  22nd October 1831
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DEATH - On 19.4.1835, in his 5th
year, John, eldest son of Mr. Richard
Smith, Marsh End.
Preston Chronicle  25th April 1835
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MARRIAGE - On 18.1.1840 at 
St. Wilfrid's Chapel, Mr. Richard
Smith of the Ship Inn, Marsh End,
to Miss Elizabeth Collier of this town.
Preston Chronicle 25th January 1840
Probably his second marriage. See death of his son, above.
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DEATH - On the 26th July 1842, after
a severe and lingering indisposition,
Ellen, second daughter of Mr. Richard 
Smith, Innkeeper, Marsh End, aged 13 years
Preston Chronicle 13th August 1842
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CURIOUS FACT
On the 24th of last month, a duck belonging
to Mr. Richard Smith, of the Ship Inn, Marsh
End, began to sit on 15 eggs. One of them was
broken, but a few days ago, they were astonished
to find, that from 14 eggs, there were hatched 
seventeen ducklings.
Preston Chronicle 24th June 1843
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Preston Chronicle June 19th 1847
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TO FARMERS, GARDENERS, AND OTHERS
MR. HENRY FARNWORTH
Has received instructions, from the Executors of
the late Mr. Richard Smith, Marsh End, Preston, to
SELL BY AUCTION
Upon the Premises, Marsh End, Preston, on 7/7/1847
THE whole of the FARMING STOCK, IMPLEMENTS
of HUSBANDRY, and GROWING CROPS, &c.
One three year-old Colt; one capital Cob Pony; 
Two breeding Sows; Two Speaning Pigs and Eight
Sucking Pigs; Two Carts with narrow wheels; One
Cart with broad wheels; One wood-carriage; One 
Shandray; One Whitechapel; Horse Geers; Wheel-
barrows; Forks; Spades; and various other Husbandry
Tools and Implements.

The Growing Crops are 2 meadows of excellent Hay Grass;
a large quantity of forward potatoes, in lots; Turnips, 
and other produce.

Also, one stack of well-got HAY.
Preston Chronicle  3rd July 1847
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PYE  v  EVANS
George Pye, landlord of the Ship Inn, sued the 
skipper of a recently launched Schooner, for
£2. 7s. 4d., the price of 188 pints of ale, given
as "an allowance" to the men who assisted in
the launch. Various witnesses gave evidence 
that there were between 80 and 100 men in the
Ship Inn on the occasion, and the judge, who
queried why it took so many men to launch 
one Schooner, was finally persuaded to accept 
the evidence of so many witnesses giving 
similar evidence.
Verdict for the plaintiff.
Preston Chronicle  5th December 1857
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THE SHIP INN, ASHTON
TO BE LET
WITH IMMEDIATE POSSESSION

THE "SHIP INN," at the Marsh End, Ashton-
upon-Ribble, lately in the occupation of Mrs. 
Elizabeth Smith. The house has been recently
enlarged, and possesses every convenience for
carrying on an extensive and lucrative business.

The owner will, if required,let along with the 
house, the good plot of Garden Ground adjoining
the dwelling-house, and containing about one 
statute acre of land.

For further partculars apply to Mr. W. Bond,
Marsh End, the owner.
Preston Chronicle  16th February 1856
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Preston Chronicle  11th June 1859
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SHIP INN, MARSH END, PRESTON
Mr. HENRY P. WATSON respectfully announces that he
is instructed by Mr. George Pye, to SELL BY AUCTION,
at the Ship Inn, Marsh End, on Monday 27th February
(in consequence of the premises being about to be 
converted into private dwelling-houses), the entire
STOCK-IN-TRADE of an INN-KEEPER, including
Furniture of a varied description, beat-iron Boiler, 
Prime Hops, Capital Ale, good load, half-load, and 
quarter-barrels, &c., &c.
For full particulars see posters.
Preston Chronicle  18th February 1860
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Preston Chronicle  8th April 1871
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Preston Chronicle  4th October 1879
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Blackburn Standard  2nd September 1893
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Preston Herald  11th May 1962
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Matilda Dew (better known to regulars at the New Ship as 
'Old Mother Dew' was laid to rest in the graveyard of St. James's Church in Brindle, along with her husband, James.


Many readers must have affectionate recollections of
'Old Mother Dew'. Email me via the contact page with
any stories you wouldn't mind repeating on this site.
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CENSUS RETURNS
1841
Richard Smith                  35 years                 Publican
Elizabeth Smith                30          
Mary Ann Smith              14
Ellen Smith                      12
Elizabeth Smith                 8
Richard  Smith                  5
John Smith                        3 months

1851

1861

1871
Ann Lees                       56 years                  Lic. Vict.                b. Whitegift? Yorks.
Margaret Poole              29                           Sister-in-law          b. Lea

1881
Matthew Sergeant          43 years                  Lic. Vict.               b. Penwortham
Maria Sergeant               44                           Wife                     b. Lowmoor, Lancs.

1891
John Smith                    58 years                  Publican                  b. Balderstone
Alice Smith                   45                           Wife                       b. Blackburn
Ann Smith                     20                            Daughter               b. Ramsgrave
Christopher Smith          16                           Son                       b. Blackburn
Catherine Smith             15                           Daughter                          do
Beatrice Smith               10                           Daughter                          do
Ellen Smith                     8                            Daughter                          do

1901
John Smith                    67 years                  Publican                  b. Mellor
Alice Smith                   54                           Wife                        b. Blackburn
Ann Smith                    30                            Daughter                          do
Christopher Smith         26                           Son                                  do
Katherine Smith            24                           Daughter                          do
Beatrice Smith              20                           Daughter                          do
Ellen Smith                   18                           Daughter                          do
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NEW ROYAL GEORGE INN, North Road

NEW ROYAL GEORGE INN
260  (later 154)  North Road
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MINE HOSTS:
1860 - 61             George Albert
1869 - 70             John Shaw
1870 - 73             James Thomas Harrison    -    12.2.1871, to pay court costs for breaching the Sunday Act.
                                                                                          James STONE, the owner, 1871
1873                     Henry Hoyle
1875                     Eliza Bradshaw
  ?                         Alice Brayshaw - has to be synonymous with previous name.
1879                     Mr. Kay 
1879                     David Tomlinson
1881                     Matthew Woods
1882 - 87             John Smith
1887 - 89             William Hopkins
1889 - 90             John Lucas
1890 - 91             John Eccles
1891 - 92             James Crozier
1892                     William Madders
1892 - 93             John Holland
1893 - 98             Mary Newton
1898                     Simon Whiplaw
1898                     Mary Sullivan
1904   NO MENTION.

The licence ws refused on the 7th December 1899 at the Sessions. On the 23rd August Mary Sullivan had been found guilty of permitting drunkenness on the premises.
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Preston Chronicle  21st May 1881
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CENSUS RETURNS
1861
George Albert                      56 years                   Beerseller / shoemaker        b. Colchester
Margaret Albert                   55                             Wife                                   b. Preston
Charles Albert                     33                             Son                                            do
Sarah Albert                        27                             Daughter                                    do
George Albert                     12                              Son                                           do
Emma Albert                        4                              Grand-daughter                          do       

1871
Thomas Harrison                  45 years                   Beerhouse Keeper               b. Preston
Catherine Harrison                44                           Wife                                             do
Elizabeth Harrison                 22                           Daughter                                       do
Catherine Harrison                18                           Daughter                                       do
Mary Harrison                       16                          Daughter                                       do
James Harrison                      13                          Son                                               do
Joshua Harrison                     11                          Son                                               do
Anne Harrison                        9                            Daughter                                       do
Grace R. H. Harrison             5                            Daughter                                       do

1881
Matthew Woods                  54 years                  Beerseller                              b. Walton-le-dale
Mary Ann Woods                53                           Wife                                                do

1891
John Eccles                          38 years                  Beerhouse Keeper                b. Preston
Catherine Eccles                   42                           Wife                                     b. Blackburn
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