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King's Head Inn

Broad Bridge Street

Peterborough

1830 Pigot's Directory

King's Head, Thomas Mann, Broad Bridge Street

 

1841 Pigot's Directory

King's Head, William Jelley, Bridge Street

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KING'S HEAD Broad Bridge St Stamford Mercury 23.4.

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KING'S HEAD Broad Bridge St Stamford Mercury 17.5.

1851 census - King's Head, Bridge Street, Peterborough **

 

William Todd Head Married 48 (1803) Publican born Peterborough

Sarah Todd Wife Married 60 (1791) born Billingham, Lincolnshire

Mary Ann Garrett Daughter in Law unmarried 28 (1823) Assistant to Publican born Peterborough

John Garrett Son Son in Law unmarried 24 Ostler born Peterborough

William Pearson Visitor unmarried 31 (1820) Retired farmer born Eastfield, Northamptonshire

John Ford Servant Married 46 (1805) Servant born Fletton Huntingdonshire

Ann Rippon Servant unmarried 19 (1832) House Servant born Haddon Huntingdonshire

Josiah Wiffen Visitor Married 42 (1809) Cattle Dealer born Wymondham Norfolk

Joseph Gladhill Visitor unmarried 35 (1816) Cattle Dealer born Charwell Yorkshire

1841 census - Broad Bridge Street, Peterborough  **

 

William Jelley 35 (1808) Innkeeper

Eliza Jelley 34 (1807)

Thomas Jelley 12 (1829)

William Jelley 9 (1832)

George Jelley 3 (1838) born N'ptonshire

Harriett Jelley 2 (1839)

Henry Jelley 1 month (1841)

Rebecca Jackson 17 (1824) Female Servant

Ann Sheppard 16 (1825) Female Servant born N'ptonshire

Sarah Jackson 15 (1826) Female Servant

1854 - Post Office Directory

King's Head, T. Norman, Broad Bridge St, Peterborough

1861 census - Kings Head, Bridge Street, Peterborough **

 

Thomas Norman Head Married 37 (1824) Innkeeper born Hertfordshire

Kate Norman Wife Married 35 (1826) Laundress born Shoreditch, Middx

Thomas Norman Son 11 (1850) scholar born Spalding, Lincs

John Norman Son 8 (1853) scholar born Peterborough

Henry Norman Son 6 (1855) scholar born Peterborough

Frank Norman Son 3 (1858) scholar born Peterborough

William Lee Traveller Married 59 (1802) Mail Contractor born Peterborough

Robert Rowell Traveller unmarried 20 (1841) Mail Cart Driver born Peterborough

Henry Peake Traveller married 38 (1823) Mail Cart Driver born Peterborough

Thomas Bangay Servant unmarried 27 (1834) Ostler born Ireland

Sarah Askham Servant unmarried 18 (1843) Chambermaid born Peterborough

Betsey Coates Servant unmarried 23 (1838) General Servant born Peterborough

 

Note: In 1861 The King's Head Inn was listed after Wm Bodger Grocer (Master).

1871 census King's Head, 34 Bridge Street, Peterborough  **

 

George Richardson Head Married 62 (1809) Innkeeper born Yaxley, Hunts

Anne Richardson Wife Married 60 (1811) born Postland, Lincs

George Thomas Richardson Son unmarried 28 (1843) Builder employing 6 men) born Peterborough

Arthur Richardson Son unmarried 20 (1851) Corn Merchant's Clerk born Peterborough

Tamar Richardson Daughter unmarried 19 (1852) born Peterborough

Horace Richardson Son 17 (1854) Carver's Pupil born Peterborough

Rebecca Richardson Niece unmarried 30 (1841) Visitor born Yaxley, Hunts

Ann Caton Servant unmarried 20 (1861) General Servant born Ramsey, Hunts

Frederic Knighton Servant unmarried 18 (1853) Groom born Sawtry, Hunts

 

Note: Listed After Wm Bodger, Grocer at number 33 Bridge Street

Note:

In 1871 & 1881 the premises were  occupied by John G Marriott (Confectioner)

In 1891 the location appears to have been as follows:-

 

No. 32  Bull & Dolphin

No. 33  Wm Bodger (Grocer)

No. 36  John Geo. Marriott (Confectioner & Traveller)**

No. 37  Henry Brawn (Boot & Shoe Dealer)

No. 38  Corn Factor

No. 40  Spread Eagle

 

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KING'S HEAD LICENCING STAMFORD MERCURY 29 SEPT 189

Note:  In 1901 the location was as follows :-

 

No. 34   Mary Bodger (Grocer)

No. 35   Eliza Burgess Housekeeper-Domestic (Confectioners) with six servants **

             1-10 Brawn's Yard

No. 37   Henry Brawn (Boot & Shoe Dealer)

No. 38   Herbert Neaverson (Traveller & Confectioner) worker

             Spread Eagle

No. 39   David Chapman (Confectioner)

BRAWN YARD

Bridge Street c1940's

1872 17 May - Stamford Mercury

1819 23 April - Stamford Mercury

1899 29 September - Stamford Mercury

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