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Queen's Head

Broad Bridge Street

Peterborough

1734 1 August - Stamford Mercury

QUEEN'S HEAD 1734 Clocks & Watches at Orange shop

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1841 Pigot's Directory

Queen's Head, John Truss, Bridge Street

1841 census- Bridge Street, Peterborough **

 

John Truss 59 (1782) Publican born N'ptonshire

Elizabeth Truss 63 (1788) born N'ptonshire

John Truss 25 (1816) Carpenter's Servant born N'ptonshire

Jeremiah Canwell 40 (1801) Male Servant born N'ptonshire

Sarah Mitchell 23 (1818) Female Servant born N'ptonshire

1851 census - Bridge Street, Peterborough  **

 

John Truss Head Widower 68 (1783) Innkeeper born Yarwell, N'ptonshire

Sarah Sergeant Housekeeper Widow 68 (1783) Housekeeper born Glinton, N'ptonshire

John Truss Grand Son 5 (1846) scholar born Bainton, N'ptonshire

Jeremiah Canwell Servant Widower 54 (1797) Brewer born Stanground, Hunts

Sarah Harker Servant unmarried 20 (1831) House Servant born Helpston, N'ptonshire

George Williamson Lodger unmarried 30 (1821) Engine Driver born Scotland

John MacKey Lodger unmarried 30 (1821) Cattle Drover born Ireland

John Bradley Lodger unmarried 32 (1819) Cattle Drover born Ireland

1854 - Post Office Directory

Queen's Head, J. Truss, Broad Bridge Street, Peterborough

 

QUEEN'S HEAD INN Aquatic Excursion 1858 Stamford C

1858 30 July - Lincolnshire Chronicle

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1861 census - Queen's Head, Bridge Street (East Side), Peterborough **

 

George Hillam Head Married 34 (1827) Innkeeper born Stanground, Huntingdonshire

Elizabeth Hillam Wife Married 39 (1822) born Peterborough

George Hillam Son 10 (1851) scholar born Peterborough

Ann Hillam Daughter 9 (1853) scholar born Peterborough

Samuel Devey Servant unmarried 44 (1817) Brewer

John Rickard Visitor married 35 (1826) Brcklayer born Grantham, Lincs

1863 17 April  - Lincolnshire Chronicle

Heading: Deaths

 

On 13th instant at Peterborough Mr. George Hillam, landlord of the Queen's Head Inn aged 37

1871 census - Queen's Head, 11 Broad Street, Peterborough **

 

Elizabeth Hillam/Hilliam Head Widow 49 (1822) Innkeeper born Stanground, Huntingdonshire

George Hilliam Son unmarried 20 (1851) Brewer born Peterborough

Annie Hilliam Daughter unmarried 19 (1852) born Peterborough

Caroline Freear Visitor 11 (1860) scholar born Stanground, Huntingdonshire

John Askew Boarder unmarried 17 (1854) Butcher born Uppingham Northamptonshire

Sarah Freear Servant 14 (1857) Domestic Servant born Ailsworth, Huntingdonshire

Robert Knight Lodger unmarried 35 (1836) Labourer born Peterborough

1874 Peterborough Directory

Queen's Head, Broad Street, Peterborough - Mrs Elizabeth Hillam

1890 Kelly's Directory

Queen's Head, Mrs Mary J. Goodwin, Bridge Street, Peterborough

1891 census - Queens Head, 10 Broad Bridge Street, Peterborough **

 

Mary J Goodwin Head Married 48 (1843) Landlady born Peterborough

Alfred Draper Lodger married 45 (1846) Bricklayer born Whittlesey, Cambs

Jessie Sykes Granddaughter 6 (1885) born Peterborough

Mary Fovargue Servant single 14 (1877) Servant Domestic born Peterborough

Thomas Rycroft Lodger single 52 (1839) Auctioneer's Assistant born Peterborough

Robert C Dunmore Boarder single 23 (18680 Journalist & Clerk born Norwich, Norfolk

Henry Cooke Boarder single 57 (1834) Commercial Traveller born Lynn, Norfolk

Henry Cousins Boarder single 30 (1861) Labourer born London

 

Note: In 1881 Mary Jane Goodwin was the Inn Keeper at The Spreadeagle,  Broad Bridge Street.

 

QUEEN'S HEAD Broad Bridge Street with SARACEN'S HEAD next door

c1890

Location in 1891:-

 

No. 8     Herbert Mobb - Bootmaker

No. 9.    John Eayrs - Whitesmith

No. 10.  Mary J Goodwin - Queen's Head

No. 11.  Isaac Dell - Saracen's Head

 

By 1901 the premises were in the occupation of Thomas White Holdich (Butcher).

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