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Carpenter's Arms

South Street

Stanground

Peterborough

1871 12 August - Cambridge Independent Press

 

"James Baines of Stanground, brickmaker, was charged by Supt. Barker with being drunk and disorderly in the Carpenter's Arms beerhouse in Stanground, on 31st ult, and refusing to quit the same when requested".

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CARPENTER'S ARMS Stanground

1861 census - Public House, Stanground, Peterborough **

 

Thomas Parsons Head Married 64 (1797) born Stanground, Hunts

Mariah Parsons Wife Married 61 (1800) born Stanground, Hunts (Blind)

1862 Directory of Bedfordshire & Huntingdonshire

Parsons, John Thomas, Carpenter's Arms & Cordwainer, Stanground

1871 census - 1 House, South Street, Stanground, Peterborough **

 

Henry Knight Head Married 55 (1816) Publican & Brickmaker born Irchester, N'ptonshire

Mary Row Housekeeper unmarried 25 (1845) born Lynn, Norfolk

Eliza Row Daughter 1 (1870) born Stanground, Hunts

Mary A Knight Neice 16 (1855) born Irchester, N'ptonshire

1881 census - 1 House, South Street, Stanground, Peterborough **

 

James Clarke Head Married 38 (1843) Beer House Keeper born Alwalton, Hunts

Rebecca Clarke Wife Married 33 (1848) born Maldon, Surrey

1891 census - Carpenter's Arms Ale House, Stanground, Peterborough **

 

James Clarke Head Married 45 (1846) Beerhouse Keeper born Alwalton, Hunts

Rebecca Clarke Wife Married 43 (1848) born Maldon, Surrey

1901 census - Carpenters Arms, South Street, Stanground, Peterborough **

 

Frank Blake Head Married 37 (1864) Publican Own Account at Home born Peterborough

Jane Blake Wife Married 35 (1866) born Stamford, Lincs

Frank Blake Son 7 (1894) born Peterborough

Gertrude Blake Daughter 5 (1896) born Peterborough

Cecil Blake Son 4 (1897) born Peterborough

Dorothy Blake Daughter 8 months (1901) born Stanground, Hunts

William Saddington Father in Law Married 73 (1828) born Stamford, Lincs

1910 24 June -Stamford Mercury

CARPENTER'S ARMS Stanground Inquest Stamford Mercu

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1911 census - Carpenters Arms, Stanground, Stanground South, Northamptonshire (7 rooms) **

 

Walter Sellars Head Married 26 (1885) Publican born Stanground, Hunts

Susannah Beatrice Sellars Wife Married 25 (1886) Assisting in the Business born Peterborough

Ivy Sellars Daughter 5 (1906) born New Fletton, Hunts

Walter Joseph Sellars Son 2 (1909) born Stanground, Hunts

William Rice Father in Law Married 62 (1849) Retired Railway Engine Driver Independent born Spalding, Lincs

Mary Maria Rice Mother in Law Married 60 (1851) born Bovington, Herts

 

1932  7 April - Nottingham Evening Post

1932 8 April - Sheffield Daily Telegraph

Carpenter's Arms 1932 8 April Sheffield Daily Tele

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CARPENTERS ARMS Destroyed by Fire Stanground 7.4.1932 Nottingham Evening Post

1955 25 March - Peterborough Advertiser

 

GOLDEN WEDDING

 

Mr Walter Sellars, of 60 South Street, Stanground, who was landlord of the Carpenters' Arms at Stanground for 45 years, celebrates his golden wedding on Sunday.  Mr Sellars, who is 71, retired five years ago.  He and his wife, Mrs. Susanna Beatrice Sellars, who is 70, were married in Queen Street Baptist Chapel on March 27, 1905, about a year before it was burned down.  

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