NEW MATERIAL FROM READERS

Readers who have material that they are prepared to share on this site, should send it to me at prestonbirder@aol.com

This could take the form of family history details, stories relating to a property, or a photograph. All additions will be credited in the way you prescribe.

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I'll keep adding things to this page when I think of

 them!

Click on the link to find the public house you're 

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Towards the top left hand corner of the screen

you'll see a small white box with a magnifying

glass in it: There is another one in the right hand 

margin.

Type in a name of a person, or of a pub,


CLICK ON THE MAGNIFYING GLASS


and it should produce information about

those names.


TIP: Particularly with surnames, try

various spellings, eg. Howarth and Haworth.

Nixon and Nickson, Thomson and Thompson, etc.

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4 comments:

  1. I have just had my novel aboout the battle of Preston published in time for the 2012 guild.
    The title is THE HOUSE OF CAVENDISH~PRESTON CHAMADE . and will be on sale at waterstones in mid july. all the events of the three day battle and the surrender in the market place are writtn into the novel isbn 9781618977168
    http://sbpra.com/MalcolmBrocklehurst/

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  2. I was looking through telephone directories 1924 on Ancestry for Herbert Jackson and found a Herbert & Mrs Jackson at the New Britannia public house in Preston.

    He was an hotelier. His wife Mary Elizabeth Jackson had been the Manageress of The Queens Arms Hotel, Salford, before she married.

    I note that you have no entries for The New Britannia between 1917 and 1925.

    Is there a reason for this gap?

    I am interested because they are ancestors of mine and am trying to trace their movements. They may have had intersts in more than one pub or hotel.

    Tony Carter
    toecar@bigfoot.com

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  3. I am a Prestonian by birth but have lived in Leeds since I was 2 years old. As I have worked on my family tree I have come across a William Sapsford who was landlord of a Pub in Preston. Unfortunately I do not know which one and was hoping to use your site to find this out. If anyone can help me pleas email me. Thank you
    Les Roberts
    alesroberts@ntlworld.com

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  4. My husband's three x great grandfather David BEGGS (60), his wife Jennet (nee ELLIOT) (58) and their youngest daughter Olivia (20) were living at 31 St Mary's Street Preston next to the St Mary's Hotel in the 1861 census

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