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Scotch lassie



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PostSubject: Help needed on the pubs!   Fri Mar 16, 2012 3:43 pm

Hi everyone
I have found a few ancestor's that had pubs in Glasgow, Thomas Pincock and his wife Elizabeth Dick had one on Findlay street, Samuel Pincock had one on James street, the majority of the Pincock family worked in the glass and bottle works in Glasgow so doubt they had a shortage in there glasses!
Im needing help on Sydney Guymer if anyone knows anything about him? He may have had his pub in Govan but only a guess! I found on this site a photo of him taken in 1958 so he was still a publican then, also if anyone knows the name of the pub that was on 6 Findlay street around the mid 1800's that would be a great help also.
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PostSubject: Re: Help needed on the pubs!   Sat Aug 11, 2012 10:44 am

Scotch lassie wrote:
Hi everyone
I have found a few ancestor's that had pubs in Glasgow, Thomas Pincock and his wife Elizabeth Dick had one on Findlay street, Samuel Pincock had one on James street, the majority of the Pincock family worked in the glass and bottle works in Glasgow so doubt they had a shortage in there glasses!
Im needing help on Sydney Guymer if anyone knows anything about him? He may have had his pub in Govan but only a guess! I found on this site a photo of him taken in 1958 so he was still a publican then, also if anyone knows the name of the pub that was on 6 Findlay street around the mid 1800's that would be a great help also.

Findlay Street later became Stow Street in Cowcaddens. The 1860 and 1894 GPO Directories show the licensed premises at number 6 as being run by a man called William McMillan.
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PostSubject: Re: Help needed on the pubs!   Sun Aug 12, 2012 2:38 am

pwm437 wrote:
Scotch lassie wrote:
Hi everyone
I have found a few ancestor's that had pubs in Glasgow, Thomas Pincock and his wife Elizabeth Dick had one on Findlay street, Samuel Pincock had one on James street, the majority of the Pincock family worked in the glass and bottle works in Glasgow so doubt they had a shortage in there glasses!
Im needing help on Sydney Guymer if anyone knows anything about him? He may have had his pub in Govan but only a guess! I found on this site a photo of him taken in 1958 so he was still a publican then, also if anyone knows the name of the pub that was on 6 Findlay street around the mid 1800's that would be a great help also.

Findlay Street later became Stow Street in Cowcaddens. The 1860 and 1894 GPO Directories show the licensed premises at number 6 as being run by a man called William McMillan.

Thank you , strange thou as on his will in 1882 he leaves the pub to his wife who in the 1891 census still has it? I'm confused now lol
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PostSubject: Re: Help needed on the pubs!   Thu Nov 08, 2012 10:42 pm

Perhaps the Pincocks owned the pub, but McMillan was the licensee who actually ran it? Might that be a possibility?
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