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Village Buildings

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The Punchbowl Inn, Brotherton with Mrs Rumelia Watson outside (centre) [Thanks to John Watson]

Here is a list of a small selection of the recorded buildings; but lacking detail as yet -

  • St Edward the Confessor Church - 2006 Picture
  • Congregational / Wesleyan / Independent / United Reform Chapel, North Road - different names for the same place?; 2006 Picture and below
  • Primitive Methodist Chapel, Dixon Yard - ?? 1881 Census
     
  • Barr House
  • Bridge House - James Hanks (1861)
  • Brotherton Cottage - Robert Bramham (1861), John Jolliffe (1871)
  • Brotherton Hall - home of the Crowder family then MacKenzie family - more...
  • Brotherton House - Matilda Staniland (1851), William B Wilcock (1861) - more...
  • Brotherton Lodge - Henry Parker (1861), George Wadsworth (1871)
  • Byram Cottage
  • Byram Hall - home of the Ramsden family (Baronets Ramsden of Byrom - created 30-Nov-1689)
  • Byram Lodge - William Gill (1861)
  • Calx House - William Bulmer (1861), orphanage? in 1871
  • Chapel Cottage
  • Cross House
  • Emlock House
  • Field House
  • Frog Hall - Thomas Aldridge (1871)
  • Garden Cottage
  • Garden House
  • Lock House
  • Manor House - Matthew Jolliff (1861 / 1871)
  • Marsh (Heads) Cottage - John Wardle (1861)
  • Marsh House - Robert Green (1871)
  • Marsh Lodge
  • Orphanage, Low Street - recorded in 1881 with Mary Shore (of Horsham, Sussex) as Matron and 14 children resident
  • Primrose Cottage
  • Staniland House - Elizabeth Goodyer (1871)
  • Vicarage House - George Edge Sarden, Vicar (1851); Joseph Irwin, Vicar (1861 / 1871)
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  • The Anchor Inn / Hope & Anchor* - recorded in 1822 (William Jackson), 1829 / 1834 (Henry Midgley), 1861 Census (Catherine Laycock), 1871 Census (William Parker), 1881 Census (Samuel Ward), 1891 Census (Manasseh Greenwood)
  • The Commercial Inn / Swan - recorded in 1822 (Samuel Thwaites), 1861 Census (George Sharp), 1871 / 1881 Census (William Brooks Smith), 1891 Census (George Townsley) separate entry for the Marquis of Wellington
  • The Dog & Duck - recorded in 1861 Census (Daniel Thorpe), 1871 Census closed?
  • The Fox Inn* - recorded in 1809 (Edward Jenkinson), 1822 (John Jenkinson), 1834 (James Lunn), 1841 Census (George Lunn - however the Parish Records list George as publican from 1830 onwards), 1851 Census (George Jenkinson), 1871 Census (William Goodson), 1881 Census (John Bramham), 1891 Census (George Rooke); a public house until 2006 when it was sold and became a curry house; 2006 Picture
  • The Friends Good Will - recorded in 1861 Census (Eliza Cardwell)
  • The Horse & Jockey - recorded in 1822 (Anthony Woodhall), 1829 (Jeremiah Carter), 1834 (Thomas Coupland)
  • The Jolly Sailor, Low Street - recorded in 1822 (Joseph Milthorpe), 1851 / 1861 Census (Charles Eastwood), 1871 / 1881 Census (James Allen), 1891 Census (Hannah Allen)
  • The Lime Pit Inn, High Street - recorded in 1861 Census (Mary Shepherd), 1871 Census (John Bramham), 1881 Census (Ann Illingworth)
  • The Marquis of Wellington / Commercial Inn* - recorded in 1822 / 1829 / 1834 (Joseph Butterfield)
  • The Punchbowl / Ship & Punchbowl, Low Street - recorded in 1822 (W Acaster), 1829 (Henry Savage), 1834 (George Shephard Acaster), 1841 census (William Andrew Pease), 1861 Census (William Grace), 1871 Census (William Ward), 1881 / 1891 Census (Edward Watson) and still in use in 1999; now a private house; 1999 Picture
  • The Sailors' Adieu - recorded in 1834 (George Hargreave)
  • The Ship Inn, High Street - recorded in 1822 (Elizabeth Westerby), 1829 / 1834 (John Hodgson), 1841 Census (Maria Hodgson), 1851 Census (Samuel Pickering), 1881 Census (Stephen Chadwick); separate entry to the Ship & Punchbowl
  • The Three Horseshoes, High Street - recorded in 1822 / 1829 / 1834, 1841 Census (Maria Sanderson), 1851 Census (Thomas Maskill?), 1871 / 1881 Census (John Midgley), 1891 Census (Henry Midgley); still a public house in 2006; 1999 Picture; 2006 Picture

Many interesting aspects of Brotherton life are covered in Memories of Brotherton by Robert Milner

* These Inns are covered by short studies that are available to P&DFHS members only

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