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Fighting Cocks 

Bridge Street

Peterborough

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FIGHTING COCKS Morning Post 3.10.1833 re Rats fond

1841 Pigot's Directory Northamptonshire Peterborough

Fighting Cocks, Ann Frisby, Bridge Street

1851 census - Fighting Cocks Inn, Bridge Street  **

 

Thomas Ireson Head Married 49 (1802) Innkeeper & Labourer born Peterborough

Mary Ireson Wife Married 58 (1798) born Peterborough

Charles Holland Lodger unmarried 58 (1793) Pensioner born Peterborough

Henry Partrick Lodger unmarried 45 (1806) Pensioner born Peterborough

William Harbour Lodger unmarried 30 (1821) Labourer born Peterborough

Thomas Patrick Lodger unmarried 42 (1809) Blacksmith born Peterborough

George Robinson Lodger unmarried 28 (1823) Labourer born Cambridge, Cambs

John Hubble Lodger unmarried 21 (1827) Labourer born Leicester

John Twate Lodger unmarried 30 (1821) Labourer born (illegible)

1854 - Post Office Directory

Fighting Cocks, T. Ireson, Broad Bridge Street, Peterborough

1861 census - Fighting Cocks, 39 Bridge Street, Peterborough **

 

John H Howard Head Married 51 (1810) Innkeeper & Coal Merchant's Clerk born Middlesex

Frances Howard Wife Married 52 (1809) born Holbeach, Lincs

George P Howard son 17 (1844) Ostler born Wisbech, Cambs

Elizabeth (illegible) widow 48 (1813) Dressmaker born Middlesex

Thomas J (illegible) 8 (1853) scholar born Clerkenwell, Middlesex

Rosehannah Wilson Servant unmarried 16 (1845) House Servant born Peterborough

 

Note:  The Fighting Cocks appears to have been located on the west side of Bridge Street,  i.e., listed as follows:-

 

Bull & Dolphin

William Bodger - Master Grocer

King's Head

No. 37 - Master Boot & Shoe Maker

No. 38 - Master Baker

No. 39 - *Fighting Cocks*

No. 40- Master Baker

No. 44 - Cooper

John Sturton - Pharmaceutical Chemist

 

 

1833 3 October - Morning Post - London

1830 Pigot's Directory

Fighting Cocks, Ann Frisby, Broad Bridge Street

1812 22 February - Northampton Mercury

Heading: Died

 

"Saturday se'nnight, Mr. Edward Craven, of the Fighting Cocks public house, Peterborough"

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