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Flower Pot, 73 Red Bank, Manchester, Lancashire

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

Residents at this address

1876/Martha Gee/../../Slaters Directory

John George Gregory is a Licensed Victualler at 255 Deansgate in 1878 at the birth of his son John. By 1891, Harriett is a widowed Licensed Victualler at 94 North street, Cheetham - Mile House

1881/John George Gregory/Licensed Victualler/42/Yetton, Stafford/Census
1881/Harriett Gregory/Wife/48/Warburton, Cheshire/Census
1881/John Gregory/Son/3/Manchester, Lancashire/Census
1881/Rose Gregory/Daughter/2/Manchester, Lancashire/Census
1881/Mabel Gregory/Daughter/8 months/Manchester, Lancashire/Census
1881/Charlotte Berresford/Mother/79/Welton, Stafford/Census
1881/Martha Welton/General Servant/19/Wirksworth, Derby/Census

1883/George J Gregory/../../Slaters Directory

1895/William Bolderson/../../Slaters Directory

1911/John Gregory/../../Slaters Directory

[Samuel Halliday is at the Crown Inn, 487 Rochdale road, Collyhurst in 1915 when it closes with compensation. ]
Nov 28th 1917, Samuel Halliday, a widower aged 47, publican of 73 Red Bank (Flower Pot) marries Sophie Gregory, widow, aged 34, publican of 58 - 60 Collyhurst road (Bulls Head), She is daughter of Richard John Shadrick Hocken, Master Tailor

1929/Jn Mee/../../Slaters Directory

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