Accurate transcriptions of the 1921 census are being added to the pub history site, starting with London.

Castle, 66 Oldham Street, Manchester, Lancashire

Manchester pub history index

Opened in 1773. This appears to have a number of names through the years. I am presuming 66 Oldham Street is the same address during this period. This is the Crown & Anchor in 1876, the Clock Face in 1881 and 1895 and latterly the Castle by 1911.

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

Residents at this address

Crown and Anchor :

1846/John Page, Crown & Anchor, 62 and 64 Oldham street /../Slaters Directory

1876/William Myers, Crown and Anchor, 66 Oldham street/../Slaters Directory

Clock Face :

1881/Anthony Boyd/Public House Manager/37/Salford, Lancashire/Census
1881/Lucy A Boyd/Wife/26/Manchester, Lancashire/Census
1881/Mary Boyd/Daughter/3/Manchester, Lancashire/Census
1881/Hannah Eagan/General Servant/20/Manchester, Lancashire/Census

1895/John Twidale/Clock Face/../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.
1773 Clock Face, 66 Oldham street

Castle :

1911/Arthur Leggett/Castle/../Slaters Directory

In 1921 census at 66 Oldham Street, Manchester, are
Joseph Nolan, Public House Manager, aged 32 years 6 months, and born in Chester, Cheshire, Kays Atlas Brewers Manchester
Alice Nolan, Wife, Public House Manageress, aged 20 years 9 months, and born in Basingstoke, Hampshire

1929/George Horace Poyser/Castle/../Kellys Directory

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