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Stanground

Peterborough

1813 12 November - Stamford Mercury

BLUE BELL Stanground 12.11.1813 Stamford Mercury

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1866 7 September - Stamford Mercury

BLUE BELL Stanground 1866 Stamford Mercury 7.9.186

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1861 census - Public House, Stanground **

 

James Bannister Head Married 38 (1823) Inn Keeper born Stanground, Hunts

Mary Bannister Wife Married 38 (1823) born Stanground, Hunts

Mary May Bannister Daughter 12 (1849) scholar born Farcet, Hunts

Louisa Bannister Daughter 10 (1851) scholar born N'ptonshire

James Walter Bannister Son 9 (1852) scholar born N'ptonshire

1862 Directory of Bedfordshire & Huntingdonshire

Banister James, Blue Bell, Stanground

1871 census -  South Street, Stanground, Peterborough **

 

James Bannister Head Married 47 (1824) Inn Keeper born Stanground, Hunts

Mary A Bannister Wife Married 47 (1824) born Stanground, Hunts

Mary A Bannister Daughter unmarried 22 (1849) born Farcet, Hunts

Walter J Bannister Son unmarried 19 (1852) Jobber born Peterborough

Mary Laughton Visitor 5 (1866) born Stanground, Hunts

Henry Chatwin Boarder Widower 62 (1809) Potato Merchant born Muskham, Notts

1874 12 September - Peterborough Advertiser

 

John Joseph Smith, of Peterboro' was charged by Mr. James Bannister, publican, of Stanground, with stealing tobacco from his house on the 4th inst.

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1891 census - The Bell, South Road, Stanground, Peterborough **

 

Martha Stratton Head Single 37 (1854) Licenced Victualler Employer born Ramsey, Hunts

Mary E Stratton Sister 29 (1862) Licenced Victualler born Ramsey, Hunts

Annie Peach Servant single 14 (1877) Domestic Servant born Hunts

 

Note: In 1881 Martha Stratton was  Innkeeper at the Talbot Inn, High Street, Stilton

1901 census - Blue Bell, South Street, Stanground, (Hunts),  Peterborough **

 

Martha Stratton Head Single 43 (1858) Publican Own Account at Home born Ramsey St. Mary's, Hunts

Patty Stratton Step Sister single 21 (1880) Companion born Stilton, Hunts

Gerty West Servant single 15 (1886) Servant Domestic born Stanground, Hunts

1903 - Kelly's Directory

Stratton Martha (Miss) Blue Bell P.H, Stanground

1911 census - Blue Bell, South Street, Stanground, Peterborough (6 rooms) **

 

Martha Stratton Head Single 55 (1856) Publican Own Account born Ramsey St Mary's, Hunts

Grace Yarrow Servant single 16 (1895) Domestic Servant born Farcet, Hunts

1914 Kelly's Directory

Blue Bell, Miss Martha Stratton, Stanground, Peterborough

1833 30 August - Stamford Mercury

 

"On Wednesday 21st, Mr. William Kingston, landlord of the Blue Bell, Stanground, was thrown from a loaded waggon.  Some bones were broken and he was so much bruised internally it is feared he cannot survive".

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