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Marquis of Granby

St John's Street

Boongate

Peterborough

1800 5 March - Hereford Journal

 

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MARQUIS OF GRANBY

1871 census - Marquis of Granby Public House,  St John's Street, Peterborough **

 

Thomas Bonnett Head Married 69 (1802) Agricultural Labourer and Publican born Peterborough

Elizabeth Bonnett Wife Married 60 (1811) born Farcet, Hunts

Elizabeth Bonnett Granddaughter 9 (1862) scholar born Peterborough

Patrick Brenning Lodger unmarried 32 (1839) Drover born Ireland

George Smith Lodger unmarried 55 (1816) Farm Labourer born Leicestershire

Francis Dye Lodger married 27 (1844) Farm Labourer born Ketton, N'ptonshire

Mary Dye Lodger married 25 (1846) Farm Labourer's Wife born Cambridge, Cambs

Mary Ann Dye Lodger 2 (1869) born Ketton, N'ptonshire

Elizabeth Stephens Lodger married 30 (1841) Domestic Servant born Scotland

Sarah Rippon Lodger widow 58 (1813) born Peterborough

John Wilkinson Lodger married 37 (1834) Fishmonger born Louth, Lincs

Jane Wilkinson Lodger married 39 (1832) born Louth, Lincs

William Markley Lodger married 38 (1833) Sweep born Whaplode, Lincs

Sarah Ann Markley Lodger married 36 (1835) Sweep's wife born Moulton, Lincs

 

Note: Enumerator's schedule "commencing Bonnett's Lodging House Reform Street East and West sides of St John's Street.....

 

 

1871 30 December - Grantham Journal

MARQUIS OF GRANBY Boongate Grantham Journal 30.12.

1874 Peterborough Directory

Bonnett Mrs E. St. John Street. N

1891 census -  No. 1 St John's Street, Peterborough (not listed as Marquis of Granby) **

 

Joseph Nichols Head Married age 38 (1851) Bricklayers labourer born Yaxley Hunts with wife Sarah age 40 (1851) born Holme Hunts

 

Note:  ENUMERATION DISTRICT

"Commencing with Marquis of Granby Lodging House Reform Street, east and west sides of St John Street and yards as far as Wellington Inn, Short Street, Pipe Lane, Shropshire Place, Field Street and Henson Street

 

1901 census - Marquis of Granby Beer & Lodging House, St John's Street, Peterborough **

 

Catherine Bull Head Single 59 (1842) Lodging House & Beerhouse Keeper Own Account at home born Peterborough

(Including 15 lodgers)

MARQUIS OF GRANBY Mrs Reynolds 5.3.1800 Hereford J

1913 22 April - Nottingham Evening Post 

 

"Among 3 houses referred compensation by Peterborough Licensing Authority figures the Marquis of Granby a quaint little edifice reputed to have been Vicarage of Peterborough over 500 years ago when the parish church stood in a field close by, still known as St John's Close"

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