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Bulls Head, Grindon, Staffordshire

Picture source: PL Chadwick


 
The Bulls Head is now used as a private dwelling.
 
 I have been researching my family tree and have found that my Gt. Gt. grandfather John Mycock and his wife Lydia were publicans at the Bulls Head in 1851 and 1861 and farmers of 33 acres. By 1871 they were living at Deepdale Farm in Grindon and in 1891 the Bulls Head was kept by Henry Mycock.  I can find no direct relationship between the two publicans but, as almost every one in the Grindon area is called Mycock and the earliest one in the church records can be traced back to 1650, there will be a connection somewhere!
Pauline Ashmore (Aug 2011)
 
My great grandfather, Thomas Grocott, was landlord of the Bulls Head Inn in 1901. He was then 68 years old and a widower.
John Gibbs (November 2012)
 

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