Many accurate 1921 census transcriptions have already been added to the pub history site, including London, and parts of Middlesex.

Black Horse, 540 Oldham Road, Manchester, Lancashire

Manchester pub history index

Opened in 1731

Directory of Pubs in the UK, historical public houses, Taverns, Inns, Beer Houses and Hotels in Manchester, Lancashire.

Residents at this address

1876/W. T. Palfreyman/../../Slaters Directory

1881/James Driver/Licensed Victualler/43/Manchester/Census
1881/Mary Hannah Driver/Wife/43/Manchester/Census
1881/Wm Henry Driver/Son, Clerk Warehouse/20/Manchester/Census
1881/Emma Palfreyman/Daughter/15/Manchester/Census
1881/Frederick Palfreyman/Son/12/Manchester/Census
1881/Sydney Palfreyman/Son/9/Manchester/Census
1881/Fred Thornton Driver/Son, Barman/17/Manchester/Census
1881/Thomas Ennis/Groom/23/Manchester/Census
1881/Mary Platt/General Servant/32/Manchester/Census

1895/Henry John Wilson/../../Slaters Directory

Manchester Courier 04 November 1905 : Listing of the oldest licensed houses still remaining on their original site, with the years in which their licenses were granted.
1731 Black Horse Inn, 538 and 540 Oldham road

1911/Gabriel Patrick Williams/../../Slaters Directory

1929/Oswald Jackson/../../Kellys Directory

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