1835 26 June - Stamford Mercury
Heading: Peterborough Annual Wool Fair
Innkeepers of the City of Peterborough, respectively acquaint our friends and the public generally that at the first Meeting on the intended Annual Wool Fair, to be holden on SATURDAY the 11th of JULY next, Ordinaries will be provided and every attention paid at the houses occupied by the Innkeepers. Also convenient and suitable places will be provided for Gentlemen wishing to deposit their unsold Wool.
John Pheasant, White Hart
1841 Pigot's Directory
White Hart, Geo. Gentle, Long Causeway
1851 census - Long Causeway, Peterborough **
Thomas Garratt Head Married 31 (1820) Publican born Peterborough
Elizabeth Garratt Wife Married 36 (1815) born Kirton, Lincs
Sarah Ann Garratt Daughter 8 (1843) scholar born Peterborough
John Garratt Son 6 (1845) scholar born Peterborough
Betsey Garratt daughter 4 (1847) born Peterborough
Mary Jane Garratt daughter 1 (1850) born Peterborough
Hannah Read Visitor married 38 (1813) Miller's Wife born Kirton, Lincs
Elizabeth Read Servant unmarried 19 (1832) General Servant born Kirton, Lincs
Mary Ann Read Visitor 16 (1835) born Kirton, Lincs
Francis Chargios Servant unmarried 46 (1805) Outdoor Servant (Agricultural Labourer born France
Joseph Welsh Visitor unmarried 36 (1815) born Dublin, Ireland
Levi Strauss Visitor unmarried 50 (1801) born Germany
1854 - Post Office Directory
White Hart, T. Garratt, Long Causeway, Peterborough
Note: In 1861 Thomas Garratt was Innkeeper at the White Hart Inn, Lincoln Road, Peterborough
1861 census - White Hart, Long Causeway, East side, Peterborough **
Robert Weller Head Married 40 (1821) Inn Keeper born Whitchurch, Devon
Amelia Weller Wife Married 40 (1821) born Stamford, Lincs
John Jones visitor unmarried 23 (1838) Coal Merchant born Oundle, N'ptonshire
Jane Smiths visitor unmarried 27 (1834) Housemaid born York, Yorks
William Hipwell Servant unmarried 47 (1814) Ostler born Peterborough
Emma Waldin Servant unmarried 16 (1845) House Servant born Etton, N'ptonshire
1871 census - White Hart, 36 Long Causeway, Peterborough **
Edward Shrive Head Married 50 (1821) Inn Keeper born Kettering, N'ptonshire
Eleanor Shrive Wife Married 49 (1822) Inn Keeper born Whittlesey, Cambs
Charles Edward Shrive Son 12 (1859) scholar born Longthorpe, N'ptonshire
Martha Shrive Daughter 11 (1860) scholar born Longthorpe, N'ptonshire
Charlotte Shrive Daughter 9 (1862) scholar born Longthorpe, N'ptonshire
Francis Shrive Brother to Head unmarried 52 (1819) Agent born Kettering, N'ptonshire
Henry Gilbert Servant 14 (1857) Ostler born Tallington, Lincs
Edward Paul Louis Marlier Lodger unmarried 28 (1843) Hairdresser born St. Quintin, France
George Bullin Lodger married 48 (1823) Commercial Traveller born Carlisle, N'thumberland
Frederick Jack Lodger married 39 (1832) Commercial Traveller born London, Middx
1874 Peterborough Directory
White Hart, 36 Long Causeway, Peterborough - Edward Shrive
1881 census - White Hart Inn, Long Causeway, Peterborough **
Edward Shrive Head Married 60 (1821) Inn Keeper born Kettering, N'ptnshire
Annie Shrive Wife Married 35 (1846) born Grimstone, Yorks
Martha Shrive Daughter single 21 (1860) born Longthorpe, N'ptonshire
Charlotte Shrive Daughter single 19 (1862) born Longthorpe, N'ptonshire
1899 31 May - Peterborough Advertiser
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1901 census - White Hart Inn, Long Causeway, Peterborough **
William Hall Head Married 28 (1873) Publican Employer at Home born London, Middx
Annie Hall Wife Married 28 (1873) born Stanground, Hunts
Kate Huffer Servant single 18 (1883) Barmaid born Deeping St James, Lincs
Mary Basketter Servant Widow 25 (1876) Domestic Servant born Helpringham, Lincs
Reuben Green Servant single 15 (1886) Domestic Servant (General Help) born Walton, N'ptonshire
Note: In 1891 John Thurston was a Licenced Victualler at the Swiss Cottage, Bread Street, Fletton, Peterborough with his wife Elizabeth & three children.
1891 census - Long Causeway, Peterborough **
Edward Shrive Head Married 70 (1821) Publican born Kettering, N'ptonshire
Annie Shrive Wife Married 44 (1847) born North Grimston, Yorks
Arthur Shrive Son 9 (1882) born Peterborough
Frank Shrive Son 7 (1884) born Peterborough
Alice Shrive Daughter 4 (1887) born Peterborough
Emma Lattimore Servant single 18 (1873) born Oakham, Rutland
Ellen Wilson Servant single 14 (1877) born Cambridge, Cambs
1906 Kelly's Directory
White Hart, William Hall, 36 Long Causeway, Peterborough
1911 census - White Hart, Long Causeway, Peterborough (8 rooms) **
William Hall Head Married 38 (1873) Publican Employer born London
Annie Maria Hall Wife Married 38 (1873) born Stanground
Eva Lavinia Hall Daughter 9 (1902) Peterborough
Ada Jane Camm Servant single 20 (1891) Servant born Deeping St James
Francis Holmes Servant single (female) 23 (1888) Barmaid born Boston
Edith Smith Servant single 23 (1888) Barmaid born Holbeach
Tom Smith Servant single 19 (1892) Boots born Boston
1914 Kelly's Directory
White Hart, William Hall, 36 Long Causeway, Peterborough
1925 Kelly's Directory
White Hart, William Hall, Long Causeway
1889 23 August – Peterborough Advertiser
Heading: Town Council at work (The White Hart)
IMPROVING ANOTHER LONG CAUSEWAY BAR,
The Surveyor subnmitted plans which had been deposited by Messrs. Allsopp's for alterations to the White Hart Inn, Long Causeway. It was proposed, he said, to make a long bar, similar to that proposed on the opposite side of the street at the Salmon and Compasses. The dwelling-house would be on the first floor. The bar would encroach somewhat on the present passage.
Mr. Foote: How wide is the passage now.
The Surveyor: Seven feet, six inches. They propose to make it about four feet. When altereed, the premises would be very much better than they are at present. The stables at the back would be pulled down, and a smoke room erected at the end of the long bar.
The Mayor: Does the alteration interfere with the open space at the back?
The Surveyor: The stables there are substituted by another building.
Mr. Winfrey: Are there any side on back doors.
The Surveyor: Side doors leading into the bar; no back doors.
Mr. Beeby: Is the passage common to any other premises.
The Surveyor: No sir.
The Mayor: What about the sanitary arrangements.
The Surveyor: They are improved from what they are at present.
Mr. Whitsed: I propose we pass the plans.
The Surveyor: The building projects considerably in front of an adjoining house; it is a question whether a street improvement could be effected there.
The Mayor: I do not think we could do that.
The plans were then passed unanimously.
1956 13 April - Peterborough Advertiser
"BARMAN full or part time required for White Hart, Long Causeway, Peterborough."
1830 Pigot's Directory
White Hart, William Knibb, Long Causeway
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