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In 1884 a John Longshaw and 1892-1895 James Hewitt Thorougood listed.  
 
In 1884 a John Longshaw and 1892-1895 James Hewitt Thorougood listed.  
  
In 1901 run by Charles [[Thorougood]] of the Liverpool brewing family.  
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In 1901 run by Charles Thorougood of the Liverpool brewing family [[Thorougood's Breweries Ltd]].  
  
Advertised to let or lease in 1903 and occupied by [[Heaver Brothers]] of Bollington.  
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Advertised to let or lease in 1903 and occupied by [[Heaver Brothers Ltd]] of Bollington.  
  
In 1927 [[North Cheshire Brewery]] of Macclesfield was trading at Swan Bank.
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In 1927 [[North Cheshire Brewery Co. Ltd]] of Macclesfield was trading at Swan Bank.
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Latest revision as of 11:43, 23 March 2020

Swan Bank Brewery, 1 Swan Bank, Congleton, Cheshire.

In 1857 William Hill, then 1871-1876 W Hill, 1876-1877 John Ford.

In 1884 a John Longshaw and 1892-1895 James Hewitt Thorougood listed.

In 1901 run by Charles Thorougood of the Liverpool brewing family Thorougood's Breweries Ltd.

Advertised to let or lease in 1903 and occupied by Heaver Brothers Ltd of Bollington.

In 1927 North Cheshire Brewery Co. Ltd of Macclesfield was trading at Swan Bank.