Talbot Inn

Long Causeway






The Talbot (Long Causeway)

TALBOT HOTEL Long Causeway

1854 - Post Office Directory

Talbot, R. Clarke, Long Causeway, Peterborough

1861 census - Talbot, Long Causeway, Peterborough **


Daniel Baley Head Married 54 (1807) Innkeeper born Whittlesey, Cambridgeshire

Eliza Baley Wife Married 52 (1809) born Huntingdonshire

Ellen Baley Daughter 9 (1852) scholar born Farcet, Hunts

Elizabeth Kennlly Servant unmarried 18 (1843) House Servant born Whittlesey, Cambs

Agnes Shelton Visitor unmarried 16 (1845) House Servant born Castor, Northants

Thomas Cher Servant unmarried 22 (1839) Ostler born Whittlesey, Cambs

William Duffel Traveller Married 30 (1831) Fishmonger born Yarmouth, Norfolk

Sarah Duffel Traveller Married 27 (1834) born Norfolk

James Richardson Traveller unmarried 27 (1834) Carpenter born Cornwall

1871 census - The Talbot, Long Causeway Peterborough **


Thomas Blackman Head Married 34 (1837) Innkeeper born Hoddesdon Herts

Jane Blackman Wife Married 29 (1842) born Ramsey, Huntingdonshire

Lizzie Blackman Daughter 10 (1861) scholar born Peterborough

Thomas Blackman Son 4 (1867) born Peterborough

Jane Holliwell Servant 24 (1847) General Servant born Baston, Lincolnshire

George Sheffield Ostler 20 (1851) Ostler born Chesterton Huntingdonshire

Samuel Dodson Lodger 31 (1840) Clerk born Yaxley Huntingdonshire

William Blundy Lodger 44 (1827) Traveller born Nottingham, Notts

Matthew Le Pla Lodger 18 (1853) Draper's Assistant born Wisbech, Cambs

1874 Peterborough Directory

Talbot, 29 Long Causeway, Peterborough - Low Thomas Ranby


1875 9 April  - Stamford Mercury

Heading: Peterborough


"On Monday afternoon some outbuildings belonging to the Talbot Inn Peterborough were found to be on fire.  The engines were quickly on the spot, and the flames confined to the loft and buildings where it originated.  The property consumed belonged to Mr Cutlack, brewer who is fully insured.  The damage amounted to 150£".

1881 census - 29 Long Causeway, Peterborough **


Philip Phillipson Head Married 50 (1831) Publican born Spilsby Lincolnshire

Sarah Phillipson Wife Married 50 (1831) born Nottingham, Notts

Kate W Phillipson Neice unmarried 17 (1864) Barmaid born Nottingham Notts

Joseph Horse Ostler unmarried 15 (1866) Ostler born Peterborough

1890 Kelly's Directory

Talbot, Thos. Taylor, Long Causeway, Peterborough

1891 census - 29 Long Causeway, Peterborough **


Thomas Taylor Head Married 50 (1841) Publican Employer born Glapthorne Northamptonsire

Nelly Taylor Wife Married 45 (1845) Cab Proprietor born not known

Mary Taylor Daughter single 19 (1872) born Thrapston, Northants

Thomas Taylor Son 12 (1879) born Thrapston

Alfred Young (NK) single 29 (1862) Cab Driver born not known

Fred Cook Lodger single 20 (1861) Ostler (Groom) born not known

John Thomas Risk Lodger Married 29 (1862) Seed Merchant Traveller born not known

Jane Overson Lodger single 24 (1867) born not known

NK Smith Lodger single 30 (1861) born not known

NK Jones Lodger single 25 (1866) born not known

Charles Count Lodger single 46 (1845) born Newmarket Suffolk

1901 census - Talbot Inn, Long Causeway, Peterborough **


William Reeve Head Married 48 (1853) Publican Worker at Home born London, Middx

Sarah Reeve Wife Married 46 (1855) born Wellington, N'ptonshire

Maud M Reeve Daughter single 19 (1882) Barmaid born Bedfordshire

Carrie Reeve Daughter single 17 (1884) Draper's Assistant born Bedfordshire

1906 Kelly's Directory

Talbot, William Walpole Reeve, Long Causeway, Peterborough

1911 census - The Talbot, Long Causeway, Peterborough (6 rooms) **


Alfred Todd Head Married 34 (1877) Licenced Victualler Employer born Yarwell, N'ptonshire

Loui Todd Wife Married 34 (1877) born Newark, Notts

Violet Marjorie Todd Daughter 8 (1903) born Peterborough

Leslie Todd Son 6 (1905) born Peterborough

Bernard Todd Son 1 (1910) born Newark, Notts

Mary Deboo Servant single 27 (1884) born Nr. Eye, Peterborough

1914 - Kelly's Directory

Talbot, Alfred Todd, Long Causeway, Peterborough

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1854 10 March - Stamford Mercury

TALBOT INN Long Causeway 1854 10.3.1854 Stamford M

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