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Stubs, Peterlocked

(1756–1806)
  • Michael Freeman

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Stubs, Peter (1756–1806), toolmaker and innkeeper, was born on 15 June 1756 at the White Bear inn, Bridge Street, Warrington, Lancashire, the only child of John Stubs (1736–1757), a currier, of Warrington, and his wife, Mary, daughter of Peter Johnson, yeoman, of Orford...

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