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London & St Katherine Docks Hotel, 20 Upper East Smithfield, Aldgate E1

Aldgate pub history index

Existed from at least 1851.

Residents at this address

At the Turks Head, Bethnal Green between 1831 and 1834. In 1836, James Punt is at the Dunstans Arms, East road, City road; By 1837, James Punt appears to be at the Coach & Horses, 120 St John street road for a couple of years, and then followed by the George the Fourth, Copenhagen street again briefly. In 1843, James Punt senior, is at the Prince of Wales, 22 East Road, City Road. In 1848, he is the incoming licensee for the Holywell, at 165 Shoreditch High street

In the 1843 directory, James Punt junior is at the Falcon, Bethnal Green, see the Old Blind Beggar for more detail! In 1843, a James Punt applies for a license for a house in east Smithfield opposite to St Katherines Docks, the Dock Tavern (he is mentioned as James Punt junior), and he is here for about eight years, and then the Gentleman & Porter, 48 Kingsland Road, Shoreditch in about 1855 where he morts, and leaves the pub to his wife Marianne Punt.

April 1843/A new license is granted to Mr James Punt for a house in east Smithfield opposite to St Katherines Docks/../../Era

Samuel Punt, the Manager of the Tap, is son of James Punt, senior; and most probably brother of James Punt junior.

The Lodge of Sincerity meets at the London and St Katherines Dock hotel, Upper East Smithfield, London in 1845

1851/Julia Harris/Superintendant of Business/30/Kelvedon, Essex/Census
1851/Sarah Harris/Niece, Barmaid/23/Borough/Census
1851/Jane Boreham/Chambermaid/27/Hatfield, Essex/Census
1851/Sarah Stacey/Housemaid/20/Rivenhall, Essex/Census
1851/Julia Hails/Cook/44/Spitalfields/Census
1851/James Rodwell/Waiter/37/Stepney, Middlesex/Census
1851/William Dinsdale/Waiter/24/Holborn, Middlesex/Census
1851/Richard Right/Waiter/24/Finchley, Middlesex/Census
1851/George Dennant/Porter/34/Middlesex/Census
1851/Christopher I M Perrier/Lodger/41/France/Census
1851/M Margham/Chief Office Merchant/24/Weymouth/Census
1851/Samuel Punt/Manager of the Tap/28/Woodford, Essex/Census
1851/Elizabeth Punt/Wife/33/Canfield, Essex/Census
1851/Margaret Smith/Housemaid/33/Shoreditch, Middlesex/Census
1851/Charles Burtwell/Barman/21/Middlesex/Census

September 1851/James Punt jun/Outgoing Licensee/../../Morning Advertiser

September 1851/John Wrathen/Incoming Licensee/../../Morning Advertiser

1860/John Wratten/../../../The Draper & Clothier, Travellers Hand-Book **

May 1862/John Mason & James George Woodroff/Outgoing Licensee/../../East London Observer +

May 1862/John Mayson/Incoming Licensee/../../East London Observer +

1869/John Mayson / Licensed Victualler /../../London Gazette, 27 July 1869 **

January 1870/John Mason/Outgoing Licensee/../../Era Newspaper

January 1870/John Morse/Incoming Licensee/../../Era Newspaper

1871/John Moise/Hotel Keeper/56/Gloucestershire/Census
1871/Joseph Bass/Barman/20/Braintree, Essex/Census
1871/Thomas Swift/Waiter/20/Bloxam, Oxfordshire/Census
1871/Stephen Meadows/House Porter/18/Colne, Essex/Census
1871/Henry Rollinson/Kitchen Porter/18/Surrey/Census
1871/Clara Ridsdale/Barmaid/24/Chelmsford, Essex/Census
1871/Jane Ridsdale/Barmaid/21/Shoreditch, Middlesex/Census
1871/Ellen Elmsley/Housemaid/19/Suffolk/Census
1871/Emma Metcalf/Cook/24/Suffolk/Census

October 1873/John Moore/Outgoing Licensee/../../East London Observer

October 1873/John White/Incoming Licensee/../../East London Observer

14th July 1874/John White/Outgoing Licensee/../../East London Observer +

14th July 1874/Henry Lawrence Ellis/Incoming Licensee/../../East London Observer +

30th March 1878/John Bashford, deceased/Outgoing Licensee/../../East London Observer +

30th March 1878/Richard J Norden/Incoming Licensee/../../East London Observer +

1884/John Waltham/../../../Post Office Directory

1891/David Ogg/../../../Post Office Directory

1891/David Ogg/Publican/39/Scotland/Census
1891/Emma Ogg/Wife/40/Bethnal Greenh, London/Census
1891/Alfred Lynch/Servant/17/Stepney, London/Census
1891/Agnes Boland/Servant/17/Whitechapel, London/Census

1895/Samuel Wilson/../../../Post Office Directory

1899/Morris Joseph Myers/../../../Post Office Directory

1910/Alfred Chas Brooks/../../../Post Office Directory

1921/Alfred Charles Brooks/../../../Post Office Directory

In 1921 census at 20 Upper East Smithfield, Whitechapel, London are
Alfred Charles Brooks, Licensed Victualler, aged 57 years 9 months and born Marylebone, London, the Employer
Edith Louise Brooks, Wife, Assisting In Business, A C Brooks 20 Upper E Smithfield, aged 47 years 6 months and born Islington, London
Winifred Brooks, Daughter, Bank Clerk, Barclays Bank, aged 20 years 4 months and born Islington, London
Margaret Florence Beard, Cook, A C Brooks 20 Upper E Smithfield, aged 43 years 11 months and born Stepney, London
Gladys Mabel Mary Trott, Housemaid, A C Brooks 20 Upper E Smithfield, aged 17 years 9 months and born Bleanavon, Monmouthshire, Wales
Gertrude Lilian Spice, Barmaid, A C Brooks 20 Upper E Smithfield, aged 37 years 5 months and born Leyton, Essex
Elizabeth Annie Allpress, Barmaid, A C Brooks 20 Upper E Smithfield, aged 23 years 10 months and born Bow, London
William James Morse, Barman to A C Brooks 20 Upper E Smithfield, aged 60 years 1 month and born St George in East, London

1938/Thomas Henry Stanton/../../../Post Office Directory

1944/Thomas Henry Stanton/../../../Post Office Directory

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