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- take a 'walk' around Dresden
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.
Dwelling: 58 Peel Street "Sir Robert Peel Inn"
Census Place: Trentham, Stafford, England
Marr | Age | Sex
|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)|