Many accurate 1921 census transcriptions have already been added to the pub history site, including London, and parts of Middlesex.

Globe, 66-67 Shoe Lane, Holborn EC4A 3BQ

Later the Toad in the Hole. Demolished in 2001. Apparently there was a beer house at this address in 1851!

Holborn index

A listing of historical public houses, Taverns, Inns, Beer Houses and Hotels in Holborn - St Andrew, London.

Residents at this address.

1810/John Lockie, a descriptive London Street Directory in 1810 descrbes - "Shoe Lane, Fleet Street, at 130, about twenty four doors on the Right from Fleet market, extending to Holborn hill by St Andrews church."

1851/William Turner, beer retailer, 67 Shoe Lane, Holborn Hill

In 1921 census at 70, Shoe Lane, City of London
Albert Edward Archer, Licensed Victualler, aged 50 years 6 months, and born in Aldsworth, Gloucestershire, the Employer
Ernest King, Brother-in-law, Manager, A E Archer, aged 36 years 1 month, and born in Great Totham, Essex
Arthur King, Brother-in-law, Assistant, A E Archer, aged 44 years 7 months, and born in Great Totham, Essex
Ada Grantham, Sister-in-law, House Keeper, A E Archer, aged 49 years 6 months, and born in Great Totham, Essex
Cecil Robert Harrell, Nephew, Assistant, A E Archer, aged 23 years 9 months, and born in Canning Town, Essex

1983/GLOBE: 66/67 Shoe Lane EC4. Watneys./../../Pub Directory

1991/GLOBE: 66 / 67 Shoe Lane EC4. Grand Met-Watneys./../../Pub Directory

2001, closed and demolished.

And Last updated on: Saturday, 04-Mar-2023 10:39:19 GMT