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

Old Seven Stars, 16 Withy grove, Manchester, Lancashire

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Opened in 1327

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

Residents at this address

1881/Thomas W Brook/Licensed Victualler/45/Huddersfield, York/Census
1881/Sarah Ann Brook/Wife/42/Sturton, Nottingham/Census
1881/Annie Hutchinson/Cook, Widow/43/Retford, Nottingham/Census
1881/Charles Coombe/Barman/26/Glasgow/Census
1881/Jane Budden/Barmaid/25/Hinton St George, Somerset/Census
1881/Emily Jane Whithouse/Housemaid/23/Dundalk, Ireland/Census
1881/Sarah Oldfield/General Servant/24/Manchester, Lancashire/Census
1881/John James Lloyd/Billiard Marker/19/Oldham, Lancashire/Census

1895/Old Seven Stars, Robert Crook (the oldest licensed house Great Britain), 16 Withy grove

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.
1327 Ye Olde Seven Stars, 16 Withy grove

1911/Old Seven Stars, Joseph Frost, 16 Withy grove

1911/Joseph Frost/Hotel Manager/37/Manchester, Lancashire/Census
1911/Eveline Frost/Wife/32/Sheffield, Yorkshire/Census
1911/Stanley Frost/Son/7/Manchester, Lancashire/Census
1911/Clara Ann Hill/Sister, Barmaid/19/Castleton, Derbyshire/Census
1911/Maud Green/Servant/29/Birmingham/Census
1911/Edith Slater/Servant/19/Preston, Lancashire/Census

By 1911, Joseph Frost is Licensed Victualler at the Hightown Hotel, Garnett Street

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