WARBOYS BREWERIES
Compiled by Joan Cole © 2022
 
STONELEIGH BREWERY – High Street
1897 Trading as SAMUEL FYSON & SONS
1905 SAMUEL FYSON retired
1906 FRANK CHILD FYSON took over and in
1917 Finished trading
Photo from the collection of Joan Cole

COCK INN P.H BREWERY High Street
1851 LEWIS HOW was brewing
1854/55 WILLIAM HOW
1881 EDWARD CLACK was brewer and landlord
1908 Sold & bought for £405 by Harvey W Noble

GEORGE P.H. BREWERY High Street/George Lane
1854 THOMAS ASHLEY Inn Keeper and Brewer
1877 THOMAS BROWN

FLETCHER’S BREWERY Croft Holme / High Street
1840 GEORGE FLETCHER
1877-1880 ROBERT SHEPPERSON
1881 THOMAS PIGGOTT
3rd August 1881 Fletcher’s Brewery and his 10 tied Public Houses were offered for sale at the Pelican Inn, Warboys: See following photo of sales particulars:
Photo from the collection of Joan Cole


WHITE HART BREWERY High Street
1830 JOHN HOW Brewer
1839 SUSANA HOW
1851 ISSAC HOW
1871 WILLIAM HOW
1903 It had closed down.
See following photo of Beer Bottle Label
Photo from the collection of Joan Cole


JAMES DARLOW High Street
1830 James Darlow
1839 ceased

JOHN MOULDS High Street
1851 JOHN MOULDS
1854 SON JOHN MOULDS (but not later)

BROWN’S BREWERY Rosewood Villa, Popes Lane
1881 THOMAS BROWN
1885 THOMAS BROWN (Shown in Kelly’s Directory) (He lived in George Farm, next door to HORSE & HARNESS)
 
See following map enclosed in 1901 Ordnance Survey map showing Brown’s and Fyson Breweries - at red dot.
Photo from the collection of Joan Cole

Document written © 2022 Joan Cole