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Nine House Lane

Updated December 22, 2016 1:24 PM

Nine House Tavern (above)

1874 September 19th
At the Borough Court this morning, Thomas Greenhalgh, engineer of Nine House Lane, was summoned for working a steam locomotive in Bridge St at 9.30am on Tuesday morning, contrary to the orders or regulations made by the Town Council. It was the first prosecution in Bolton under the Locomotive Act, 1865, which authorises the Council to make regulations as to the hours during which locomotives were to pass through its district. An Order in Council was made, and advertised in the papers, arranging that locomotives should travel the district between the hours of twelve o'clock at night and nine o'clock in the morning, the speed not to exceed two miles an hour. A fine of 2s 6d without costs was imposed.

Thomas Sumner born 1915 worked in Walmesleys Forge till his death 1966. Drank and was a bookies runner in the Nine House pub.
Margaret Sumner born 1915 -1984.
Barbara McCarthey nee Sumner.

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