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Bricklayers Arms, 24-28 Cromwell Street

Photo This is a common name just recalling the occupation of the owner. It is first mentioned in 1859 when it was used for an inquest. Until 1913 this pub only had an on-beerhouse license. It is also known to have brewed until 1920. It was bought by Phipps of Northampton in 1903 for £2,125 from Mrs Sidwell. Cash was also paid for the brewing plant. The adjoining house was also bought from Mrs Picton for £330 and it was extended into the pub c1907 - 1914. This is a back street local, well away from the main Stoney Stanton Road.

LICENSEES:

1859 Henry Perry 1879 Edward Aiers 1893 - 1896 Mary Aiers 1903 Amos Aiers 1903 Amos Aiers 1905 - 1907 George Sidwell 1911 - 1929 Mrs Mary Anne Sidwell 1931 - 1940 T. Richardson 1960s Stan Strong (see below) BREWERS: to 1902 Mary Aiers 1902 - 1910 George Sidwell 1910 - 1920 Mrs Mary Anne Sidwell
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