Robert Deuchar (1831-1904)

Born on 18th June 1831. "Robert, with his three younger brothers, arrived in Newcastle from Forfarshire in the 1860s and from small beginnings as an innkeeper in Newgate Street (the Chancellor’s Head) prospered to such an extent that by 1900 he owned 40 licensed houses on Tyneside, a brewery at Duddingston (Edinburgh) employing about 300 people, and the Sandyford Stone Brewery on Sandyford Road...." (Friends of Jesmond Old Cemetry) His business, Robert Deuchar Ltd, was a limired company from 1897 to 1959 when it was subsumed into Newcastle Breweries.

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- Article, with photographs.

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Robert Deuchar, brewer - Company records
- Robert Deuchar Ltd, 1897-1959. "This firm, based at the Sandyford Stone Brewery, was made a limited company in 1897....Robert Deuchar died in 1904, and his son Farquar Deuchar in ...

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The Cradlewell, Deuchar Street, Jesmond

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The Cradlewell, Jesmond
- Overview Street View A former public house on the corner of Jesmond Road and Deuchar Street, being conveted into flats in 2016. The Cradlewell pub was opened in 1904 by Robert ...
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051830:Deuchar's Brewery Sandyford Road Newcastle upon Tyne Unknown 1957/8

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Sunderland - Dun-Cow

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