1861 census - The Carpenters Arms, Common Muckhill, St John Baptist, **
George Hillam Head Widower 70 (1796) Carpenter & Publican born Peterborough
Mary Hillam Grand daughter unmarried 11 (1850) scholar born Peterborough
Ann Silly Servant unmarried 22 (1839) Maid of all Work born Helpston, N'ptonshire
James Kenderick Lodger married 35 (1826) Locomotive Engine Driver born Neston, Cheshire
Sarah Kenderick Lodger married 42 (1819) born Neston, Cheshire
Note: In 1861 St Leonard's Street was previously known as Common Muckhill. There were three beerhouses situated in Common Muckhill namely, The Carpenter's Arms, The Slater's Arms and The Brewer's Arms, leading up to the Eight Bells Corner.
1859 10 June - Lincolnshire Chronicle
Heading:Petty Sessions - Saturday June 4th:
"The following persons were summoned by the Inspector of Weights & Measures for the offences, & fined the amounts undermentioned:
Geo. Hillam, Carpenters' Arms, New-town, charged with having in his possession, &c., one quart, two pint, and two half-pint measures, &c. Fined 2s.6d., and 12s.6d. costs."
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