A blog about the Inns, Taverns, Pubs, Hotels and Beer Houses of Chorley (Lancashire) and its outlying villages and their Landlords, Inn Keepers and Licensed Victuallers with images, photos, press cuttings and census records.
Name: The Millstone Address: 93, Market Street, Chorley
The Millstone has not been a pub since the mid-1800's but was recorded on the 1818 directory on Market Street and appears on both the 1841 and 1851 census; by 1861 it appears to have closed. According to the 1851 census record it was located on corner of Market Street and Halliwell Street. The current building is pictured above, which may have been the same building, but of this, I am not certain. It is currently operating as a newsagents.
Listed landlords were Thomas Crook (1818-24) and George Isherwood (1835-54).
A view down Parson's Brow to the old Millstone Inn