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Windmill Inn

Church Street

Peterborough

1817 14 March - Stamford Mercury

WINDMILL public House Peterborough SOLD BY AUCTION

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1835 26 June - Stamford Mercury

annual wool fair 183

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1841 Pigot's Directory

Windmill, Charles Bleet, Church Street, Peterborough

1841 census - Church Street, St John the Baptist, Peterborough **

 

Charles Bleet 30 (1811) Inn Keeper

Jemima Bleet 30 (1811)

Jemima Bleet 5 (1836)

Elizabeth Bleet 3 (1838)

Catherine Bleet 2 (1839) born N'ptonshire

Charles Bleet 11 months (1841) born N'ptonshire

Mary Scotney 30 (1811) Female Servant born N'ptonshire

Ann Laxton 20 (1821) Female Servant born N'ptonshire

Sarah Muse 30 (1811) Female Servant born N'ptonshire

Joseph Scotney 55 (1786) Wheelwright born N'ptonshire

Paul Shaw 50 (1791) Cotton Maker

1851 census - 2 Church Street, Peterborough **

 

Charles Bleet Head Widower 50 (1801) Inn Keeper born Fenstanton, Hunts

Catherine Bleet Mother Widow 79 (1772) Visitor born Fenstanton, Hunts

Jemima Bleet Daughter 15 (1836) school born Stukeley, Hunts

Elizabeth Bleet Daughter 13 (1838) school born Stukeley, Hunts

Catherine Bleet Daughter 12 (1839) school born Peterborough

Edward Bleet Son 9 (1842) school born Peterborough

Thomas Bleet Son 7 (1844) school born Peterborough

Hannah Beeton Servant unmarried 47 (1804) Housekeeper born Gt. Gidding, Hunts

Frances Derey Servant unmarried 28 (1823) Cook born Stanground, Hunts

Alice Bellamy Servant unmarried 20 (1831) Housemaid born Whittlesey, Cambs

Ellen Baker Servant unmarried 19 (1832) Chambermaid born Peterborough

1852 29 May - Cambridge Independent Press

Heading: Peterborough

WINDMILL INN Church Street see spreadsheet re Mr B

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1854 - Post Office Directory

Windmill, W. Hall, Church Street, Peterborough

1852 3 December -Stamford Mercury

WINDMILL INN, PETERBOROUGH

 

"The Inhabitants of PETERBOROUGH and Neighbourhood are respectfully informed that the Business of the above Inn (conducted by the late Mr. CHAS. BLEET) will be carried on as heretofore, for the benefit of the Family, when ever exertion will be made to ensure a continuance of the patronage and support so long enjoyed at the above old-established house".

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1859 4 March - Stamford Mercury

WINDMILL INN,  Church Street, PETERBOROUGH

 

"T. TAVERNER respectfully informs his friends that he has taken the above Inn, with the extensive Stabling and Yard attached, where it will be his constant endeavour to provide every accommodation to those who may honour him with their kind support.

 

An Ordinary every Saturday at One o'clock. Choice Wines; well-aired Beds; Refreshments & every convenience for Travellers".  

1871 census  - Windmill, 2 Church Street, St John, Peterborough **

 

William Scott Head Married 44 (1827) Wine & Brandy Merchant born Hilgay, Norfolk

Mary Ann Scott Wife Married 44 (1827) wife to Wine & Brandy Merchant born Reedham, Norfolk

Elizabeth Scott Daughter unmarried 20 (1851) born Hilgay, Norfolk

Laura Scott Daughter unmarried 17 (1854) born Hilgay, Norfolk

Eliza Scott Daughter 16 (1855) born Hilgay, Norfolk

Emma Scott Daughter 12 (1859) born Hilgay, Norfolk

William Scott Son 7 (1864) scholar born Gt. Yarmouth, Norfolk

Sarah Ussex Servant unmarried 20 (1851) Domestic Servant born Warmington, N'ptonshire

WINDMILL INN CHURCH STREET 3 DEC 1852 SALE OF PREM

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1859 18 March - Stamford Mercury

1874 24 January - Northampton Mercury

Peterborough

 

"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".

1830 Pigot's Directory

Windmill, Joseph Saldarini, Cowgate

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