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Westgate

Peterborough

1841 - Pigot's Directory

Simpson, John, Dauntecy Mansion House, Westgate, Peterborough

MANSION HOUSE BREWERY Westgate

1841 census - Westgate Street, North Side (Brewery Yard) Peterborough **

 

John Simpson 33 (1808) Common Brewer born N'ptonshire

Emma Simpson 28 (1813)

John Simpson 8 (1833) born N'ptonshire

Marian Newton 51 (1790) Independent born N'ptonshire

Ann Ladds 50 (1791) Female Servant

Ann Bullin 21 (1820) Female Servant

Mary Barber 18 (1823) Female Servant

1860  - Morning Advertiser 1 Nov 1860

 

"In Bankruptcy in the matter of the Petition for arrangement of John Dauntecy Simpson.

MESSRS BRISTOW & SON will sell by Auction, on the premises, Mansion House Brewery, Peterborough, on Monday, November 5th, the valuable fixed BREWING PLANT and other EFFECTS, comprising 46 barrel-dome copper, working squares, mash tub, hop back, coolers, 4 horse power table engine, and boiler, force pumps, malt crusher, 2,400 gallon reservoir,office fittings, house fixtures & c.,& c.   Sale to commence at 2 o-clock. Particulars may be had on application to Wm. Pennell Esq., Official Assignee, 3 Guildhall Chambers, London; Messrs. Lawrence, Plews & Boyer, 40 Old Jewry Chambers; of the Auctioneers, Peterborough and to Deacon & Taylor, Solicitors.  Peterborough Oct 30th 1860".

 

1851 census - Mansion House, Westgate, Peterborough **

 

John D Simpson Head Married 43 (1808) Merchant & Brewer born Peterborough

Emma Simpson Wife Married 37 (1814) born Spaldwick, Hunts

Harriett Payne Servant unmarried 20 (1831) House Servant born Stanground, Hunts

Judith Payne Servant unmarried 24 (1827) House Servant born Stanground, Hunts

1860  24 August - Stamford Mercury

Heading: MANSION HOUSE BREWERY, Peterborough,  To be LET, with immediate possession

 

"An old established 10-quarter BREWERY, storehouse and premises, with a convenient eight roomed dwelling-house adjoining; also a large and commodious Residence, with Pleasure Grounds and Gardens, and a Paddock containing about Three Acres.  To view the premises apply to Mr Simpson, at the Brewery".

 

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