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Bricklayers Arms

 


 

The Bricklayers Arms was situated at 101 Nelson Street.
 
In 1861 the landlord was John Mark. Some others were Thomas Evison, John Pilkington, W.Leigh, Henry Oughton, John Tasker, J. Bennet and in 1823 Albert Kendall. In 1863 the landlord Thomas Evison was charged with keeping the police out of doors after repeated knocking for admittance. He was fined 1 and 13s costs. and In 1871 the landlord John Pilkington was charged with permitting drunkenness in his house and was ordered to pay 34s and 6d and have his licence endorsed. The pub has now been demolished.
Doreen Tyson (May 2012)
 

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