Many accurate 1921 census transcriptions have already been added to the pub history site, including London, and parts of Middlesex.
Later the Toad in the Hole. Demolished in 2001. Apparently there was a beer house at this address in 1851!
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.