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Crawthorne Street

Peterborough

1897 4 June - Peterborough Advertiser

HOME BREWERY  Photo backing from Monument Street i.e., Granville House Google Maps HOME BREWERY Monument Street Peterborough Advertis

1891 census - Granville House, Monument Street, Peterborough **

 

Thomas Stones Head Married 57 (1834) Common Brewer born Wakefield, Yorks

Ann Stones Wife Married 57 (1834) born Leeds, Yorks

Sidney Stones Son single 21 (1870) Brewer born Wakefield, Yorks

Herbert H Stones Son single 20 (1871) Auctioneer born Wakefield, Yorks

Lucy Etheridge Servant single 24 (1867) General Domestic Servant born Whittlesey, Cambs

Mary Short Servant single 19 (1872) General Servant Domestic born Folksworth, Hunts

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1889 5 January - Peterborough Advertiser

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HOME BREWERY Will of the late Thomas Stones Peterb

1902 20 August - Peterborough Advertiser

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1881 census - 8 Allens Terrace, Monument Street, Peterborough  **

 

George House Head Married 42 (1839) Confectioner & Brewer employing 2 men in brewery born King's Cliffe, N'ptonshire

Hannah House Wife Married 38 (1843) born Wisbech, Cambs

Elizabeth House Daughter single 20 (1861) born Peterborough

Annie F House Daughter single 11 (1870) scholar born Peterborough

Frank House son 2 (1879) born Peterborough

Charles Blott Lodger single 21 (1860) Brewer born Sudborough, N'ptonshire

Jane Smith Servant single 24 (1857) General Servant Domestic born Tealby, Lincs

 

Note: In 1891 George House was residing at Broadway Villa, The Broadway Villa (Retired Brewer)

1902 25 June - Peterborough Advertiser

Heading: Death of Mr T Stones, of Peterborough

 

The death occurred on Sunday evening, after a lingering and painful illness, of Mr Thomas Stones, of Burleigh House, Park Road, Peterborough, an ex-County Councillor and a popular and well known citizen.

 

Mr Stones, who had just entered upon his 70th year at the time of his death, came to Peterborough some thirty years ago from Wakefield.  He was one of the original share-holders of the Peterborough Land Company, which has had such a large share in the development of the northern side of the town, and he built Burleigh House, in which he died.  In the younger days of the Peterboro' Agricultural Society he was renowned for his hospitality, and entertained many of the elite who came annually to Peterborough for the even then great show.  In June 1890, he succeeded Mr. E L Hart as a member of the Peterborough County Council, being elected unopposed for the Monument Street Division.  He was re-elected without opposition at the triennial election two years later, and in 1895, 1898 and 1901 he had so far secured the confidence of the electors that no opposition was set up.  In March of this year, owing to his continued illness, he retired from the Council.

 

He bought the Home Brewery, Monument Street, in 1888 from Mr. George House, and carried on the business with considerable success for some years.  During the time of the great demand for public-houses, when huge prices were paid by the competitive brewers, he sold the brewery and the houses attached to it to Messrs. Warwicks and Richardsons, remaining, however, a large shareholder.   He subsequently promoted a most successful mineral water factory in the City, which, with several other branches of the business at Peterborough, are managed by his three sons.

 

His wife died some two or three months ago, and seven sons and a daughter survive him.

 

The funeral took place at Wakefield on Tuesday, the remains being interred in St. John's Churchyard in the deceased's native town.  The Vicar of St. John's officiated.  The mourners including Messrs. T.C., G.E., H.J., C.s., and Herbert Stones (sons) and Mr. and Mrs. T. Snow (son in law and daughter).  The handsome oak and brass-fitted coffin, which was conveyed by train to Wakefield, bore the inscription: - "Thomnas Stones, born June 21st, 1833; died, June 22nd, 1902."  

 

Messrs. Clarabut and Sons made the arrangements.

1911 census Summary Books - St. Mary's District: 14 

 

Crawthorne Street, Brewery, CUTLACK

(buildings not used as dwellings 'one')

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