What was the name of the pub at 1 Warrington Lane, Scholes in 1871? I cannot read the name in the census. RG10/3885/130/5
Schedule 22 2nd line.
Started: 24th Jun 2020 at 21:01
Last edited by macwil48: 24th Jun 2020 at 21:05:09
there was 3 pubs on warrington lane but I don't know which was number 1, whitesmiths, Stanley, foundry inn.
Replied: 25th Jun 2020 at 06:00
I think that was the Foundry Inn also known as the Smoothing Iron were Lidl is now
Replied: 25th Jun 2020 at 10:03
Had another look at 1881 census for reference Warrington Lane is listed as Warrington St. No.1 is a Inn transcribed as Free Vade Inn should probably be Free Trade. The Stanley Arms was No 21 and the Foundry was No 87/89. 1881 census Piece 3764 Folio 57 Page 5 see bottom entry on this page
Replied: 25th Jun 2020 at 11:44
Thank you for the suggestions. I was struggling to reconcile them until Jamb found the 1881 Free Trade Inn ref. That fits! (With a bit of squinting )
That's the third (or fourth) pub in the family.
Replied: 25th Jun 2020 at 11:55
Replied: 26th Jun 2020 at 06:06
Last edited by macwil48: 26th Jun 2020 at 06:08:49
Just discovered this Scholes Pubs in Stuff.
Free Trade Inn is no. 39.
Joseph and Ann BOOTH resident in '71.
Ann's brother James WILSON was at The Spotted Cow Inn, 90 Scholefield Lane (no 56) at the same time.
Later family members had interests in Oak Tree Inn, 150 Belle Green Lane, Ince (1900-1930s) and Platelayers' Arms, 41 Miry Lane. (WW2+)
The Oak Tree is the only one still standing.
Replied: 26th Jun 2020 at 06:07
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