Accurate transcriptions of the 1921 census are being added to the pub history site, starting with London.

Lord Napier, 39 Collingwood Street, Bethnal Green E1

Bethnal Green pub history index

Existed from at least 1891. This is the Victory in the 1911 census

Historical London public houses, Taverns, Inns, Beer Houses and Hotels.

Residents at this address.

1891/John Matthewman/Beer Retailer/../../Post Office Directory

1891/William Towerzey/Beer Retailer/47/Paddington, London/Census
1891/Elizabeth Towerzey/Wife/46/Paddington, London/Census
1891/Rose Towerzey/Daughter/11/Paddington, London/Census
1891/Minnie Towerzey/Daughter/9/Paddington, London/Census
1891/Henry Towerzey/Son/6/Paddington, London/Census

Len Hurst was a world-famous professional runner and world marathon record holder whom, I belive, became a publican. He died of liver cirrhosis in 1937.  ***

1910/Leonard Hurst/Beer Retailer/../../Post Office Directory

1911/Leonard Hurst/Beer House Keeper/39/Sittingbourne, Kent/Census

The rest of the Hurst family are at 45 Collingwood Street.

London Evening Standard 14 June 1911
Licensing Act 1904 Notice of principal meeting to discuss by the Compensation authority on 3rd July 1911
Victory, 39 Collingwood street, Bethnal Green, Beer on (ante 1869), Leonard Hurst

Compensation awards under the 1910 Licensing Act awarded the following total awards to be divided amongst the persons interested in the houses, which have been referred for extinction on payment:

Victory, Collingwood street, Bethnal Green £460

*** Provided By Alex Wilson

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