Pubs of Stoke-on-Trent

Sir Robert  Peel 
Dresden - Longton

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Sir Robert Peel
Sir Robert Peel 
Peel Street, Dresden

the bridle path with runs across the Dresden Estate
the bridle path with runs across the Dresden Estate

This pub was named after Sir Robert Peel (1788-1850), British prime minister and founder of the modern Conservative party. He was popular with the Liberals because he was responsible for the repeal of the Corn Laws.

Photos: July 2001

1912 trade journal: Arthur Stevenson, Sir John Peel Inn (F.L.) 


A popular pub name - in 1881 there were 7 inns of the same name in the West Midlands area.


1881 Census
Dwelling: 58 Peel Street "Sir Robert Peel Inn"
Census Place: Trentham, Stafford, England


Marr | Age | Sex

  Birthplace Occupation
William BROUGHTON W 50 M  Head Longton Publican
Emily BROUGHTON  U 20 F Daur Dresden School Teacher
Polly BROUGHTON  U 18 F Daur Dresden Barmaid
Samuel BROUGHTON  U 15 M  Dresden Son Scholar
William BAXTER  6 M  Dresden Grand Son Scholar
Elizabeth MYATT  U 16 F Longton Niece General Serv
Agnes G. MANSELL  13 F  Serv Dresden  General Maid (Domc)