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Three Tuns Inn

1 Church Street

Peterborough

THREE TUNS Church St Stamford Mercury 5.8.1742 To

1742 5 August - Stamford Mercury

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1841 Pigot's Directory

Three Tuns, John Starmer, Church Street, Peterborough

1841 census - Church Street, Peterborough **

 

John Starmer 50 (1791) Innkeeper born N'ptonshire

Martha Starmer 48 (1793)

Mary Starmer 30 (1811) Independent

Martha Starmer 3 (1838) born N'ptonshire

Thomas McCourt 36 (1805) Linen Maker born Ireland

Thomas McCourt 50 (1791) Linen Maker born Ireland

George Farrer 30  (1811) Ostler

Joseph Waldfogle 30 (1811) Clock Maker born Foreign Parts

Elizabeth Holden 25 (1816)

William Crawley 25 (1816)

Thomas Smith 35 (1806)Agricultural Labourer

Bell Dawyer 25 Cooper (1816)

1844 13 Sept - Lincolnshire Chronicle

Heading: DIED

 

At Peterborough on Monday last, aged 56, Mr. John Starmer of the Three Tuns, Market Place, Peterborough

1825 26 February - Oxford University & City Herald

 

Suicides - On Thursday evening, the 10th, Elizabeth Taylor, a smart young girl, bar-maid at the Three Tuns' Inn, Peterborough, after carefully dressing herself in her best attire, and wrapping up all her money (about 15l.) and putting it into her pocket, threw herself off Peterborough bridge into the river.  The body of the unfortunate girl was not found till late next day.  Previously to her committing the rash deed, she made a parcel of her gown and shawl, and sent them to a young man who was attached to her, and from whom she had parted but an hour before perfect friendship.  No cause is assigned for the fatal act. and from the evidence given before the Coroner  and Jury, verdict of Lunacy was recorded.  

 

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1851 census - 1 Church Street, Peterborough **

 

Henry Freeman Head Married 37 (1814) Innkeeper & Farmer Occupying 111 Acres Employing 3 Labourers born Castor, N'ptonshire

Sarah Freeman Wife Married 40 (1811) Farmer's Wife born Peterborough

Mary Freeman Daughter 6 (1845) Farmer's Daughter born Peterborough

John Freeman Son 2 (1849) Farmer's Son born Peterborough

Eliza Freeman Daughter 1 month (1851) Farmer's Daughter born Peterborough

Lucy Beeton Nurse unmarried 57 (1794) House Servant born Yaxley, Huntingdonshire

William Charters Visitor unmarried 23 (1828) Musician born Bromham, Yorks

George Cobby Visitor unmarried 19 (1832) Farmer's Son born Wisbech, Cambs

William Harvey Visitor married 21 (1830) Comedian born Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk

Silas Hunt Visitor married 28 (1823) Ostler born Derbyshire

Thomas Dunnarani Visitor unmarried 29 (1822) Comedian born New Orleans, America

Francis Robinson Visitor unmarried 25 (1826) Mechanic born Manchester, Lancs

Richard Jones Visitor unmarried 19 (1832) Comedian born Frome, Somerset

John Wilson Visitor unmarried 44 (1807) Musician born Hull, Yorks

Sarah Bains Servant unmarried 20 (1831) House Servant born Moulton, Lincs

George Bryson Ostler unmarried 30 (1820) Ostler born Stibbington, Hunts

John Christian Labourer unmarried 37 (1814) Agricultural Labourer born Empingham, Rutland

Maria Robinson Servant unmarried 18 (1833) House Servant born Werrington, N'ptonshire

1854 - Post Office Directory

Three Tuns, H. Freeman, Church Street, Peterborough

1861 census - 1 Church Street, Peterborough **

 

Henry Freeman Head Married 46 (1814) Innkeeper & Farmer Employing 3 men and 3 boys born Castor, N'ptonshire

Sarah Freeman Wife Married 50 (1811) born Peterborough

Mary Freeman Daughter unmarried 16 (1845) born Peterborough

John Freeman Son 12 (1849) scholar born Peterborough

Eliza Freeman Daughter 9 (1852) scholar born Peterborough

Fanny Rosling Servant unmarried 19 (1842) House Servant born Castle Bytham, Lincs

Samuel Perkins Servant unmarried 47 (1814) Labourer born Peterborough

1871 census - Three Tunns, 1 Church Street, Peterborough **

 

Henry Freeman Head Married 57 (1814) Innkeeper born Castor, N'ptonshire

John Freeman Son unmarried 22 (1849) Innkeeper born Peterborough

Jane Lenton Servant unmarried 20 (1851) Domestic Servant born Deeping, Lincs

Rebecca Roy Servant unmarried 14 Domestic Servant born Castor, N'ptonshire

Bessy Shepherd Servant uynmarried 23 (1848) Barmaid born Northampton, N'ptonshire

1874 24 January - Northampton Mercury

 

The premises in Church-street, now consisting of the Three Tuns and the Windmill Inns, have been purchased by the Stamford, Spalding, and Boston Banking Company, for the purpose of building a bank on the site.

THREE TUNS Church St Peterborough Advertiser 28.3.

1874 28 March - Peterborough Advertiser

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1830 Pigot's Directory

Three Tuns, Abraham Garratt, Cowgate

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