Pubs of Stoke-on-Trent

Lord John Russell 
Dresden - Longton

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- take a 'walk' around Dresden


Postcard of Trentham Road, Dresden around 1900

Postcard of Trentham Road, Dresden around 1900

Trentham Road represented the boundary of the Dresden Estate
On the left, Dresden Estate on the right the Duke of Sutherland Estate.

The public house on the left is the Lord John Russell (no longer in existence), on the corner of Belgrave Road and Trentham Road
in 1912 the landlord was Percy J Evans.
The pub is named after Sir John Russell - the Liberal reformer


1881 Census
Belgrave Rd ("Lord John Russell Inn")
Census Place: Trentham, Stafford, England


Marr | Age | sex

  Birthplace Occupation
Isaac ROPER  M 42 M  Head Bilston  Licensed Victualler
Mary Ann ROPER  M 40 F Wife Shifnall, Shropshire,
Mary ROPER  U 18 F Dau Dawley, Shropshire Barmaid
Charlotte ROPER U 15 F Dau Walsall Assistant Barmaid
Isaac ROPER  U 9 M Son Longton Scholar
Edward R. ROPER 9m M Son Longton
Emma WARDEL 24 F  Serv Ipstones Edge General Serv