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

Copenhagen House, 374 York Road, Islington N7

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The early name is the Copenhagen House, with the address being the Copenhagen House tavern, Maiden lane, Battle bridge in 1827 and Islington Fields in 1839. Long demolished, this pub was trading by at least the late 1930s, York Road having been renamed York Way. It was rebuilt in 1965 about a quarter of a mile away at 283 Camden Road, N7, becoming The Latin Corner around the late 2000s and then briefly Aracataca. It closed in 2013 and is now in use as commercial premises. ***

Copenhagen House, Camden Town - circa 1783

Copenhagen House, Camden Town - circa 1783

The Copenhagen, 283 Camden Road, Islington N7 - in 1987

The Copenhagen, 283 Camden Road, Islington N7 - in 1987

Both kindly provided by Gayle

The Copenhagen, 283 Camden Road, Islington N7 - in April 2010

The Copenhagen, 283 Camden Road, Islington N7 - in April 2010

Both kindly provided by Tris

Residents at this address.

1819/William Bath/victualler/../../Sun Fire Office records held at the London Metropolitan Archives **

1827/William Bath, Copenhagen House tavern, Maiden lane, Battle bridge/../../Pigot's Directory

1839/William Garratt/Copenhagen House, Islington fields/../../Pigots Directory

1848/John Garratt/Copenhagen House, Copenhagen fields/../../Post Office Directory

1851/John Garratt/Copenhagen House, Copenhagen fields/../../Kellys Directory

July 1853/Copenhagen House, Copenhagen fields, move of license from old house to new, in course of construction of Smithfield Market/../../../Era

My great great grandmother with help of her children ran this establishment in the 1860's when the Cattle Market was a booming business location. In 1851 and earlier they were at the Lord High Admiral, Marylebone *

1856/Alfred Beckett/../../../Post Office Directory

1861/M A Beckett/Licensed Victualler, Widow/39/Gloucestershire/Census *
1861/Alf H Beckett/Son, Warehouse Clerk/21/Holborn/Census
1861/Hy J Beckett/Son, Warehouse Clerk/19/Holborn/Census
1861/George Beckett/Son/13/Marylebone/Census
1861/James Beckett/Son/12/Marylebone/Census
1861/Ed D Ford/Visitor/25/Canterbury/Census
1861/Mary J Flower/Servant/19/Wiltshire/Census
1861/Willm Ives/Lodger, Salesman/39/St Annes, Middlesex/Census
1861/John Rich/Lodger, Dealer/45/Romford, Essex/Census

1862/Mrs Mary Ann Beckett/../../../Post Office Directory **

March 1866/Mary Ann Beckett/License renewal/../Clerkenwell News

September 1867/Alfred Henry Beckett and Henry John Beckett/Outgoing Licensee/../../Era

September 1867/Elizabeth Booth/Incoming Licensee/../../Era

1869/William Jas Penry/../../../Post Office Directory

1874/J. Bendel/../../../Licensed Victuallers and Hotel Keepers Directory **

Islington Gazette 26 May 1879
Transfer of Licenses
Copenhagen House, York road, Frederick Bray to James Baskett

1881/Charles King/Beer Retailer/41/Gt Waltham, Essex/Census
1881/Ann H King/Wife/50/Hillingdon, Middlesex/Census
1881/Letitia Hughes/Friend, Widow/80/Southrop, Gloucester/Census

1882/James Basket/../../../Post Office Directory **

1884/James Baskett/../../../Post Office Directory

1891/Frederick William Bates/../../../Post Office Directory

1895/Frederick William Bates/../../../Post Office Directory

In 1887, Charles Frederick Williams marries Ellen Lloyd. Her father is William Lloyd, Licensed Victualler, and their address suggests the Russell Hotel, 116 Brixton road. This is also very likely to be the same William Lloyd, and family at the Spread Eagle, Stangate, Lambeth in the 1881 census.

1899/Charles Frederick Williams/../../../Post Office Directory **

1910/Mrs Ellen Williams/../../../Post Office Directory

1911/Charles Frederick Williams/Clerk, Second Division (Retired)/50/Paddington/Census
1911/Ellen Williams/Wife, Licensed Victualler/45/Lambeth/Census
1911/Ellen Elizabeth Williams/Daughter, Typist/22/Clapham/Census
1911/Charles Aubrey Williams/Son, Clerk, Second Division, Education/20/Kennington/Census
1911/Ralph Williams/Son, Clerk, Inland Revenue/18/Kennington/Census
1911/Maud Horne/Barmaid/28/Highgate/Census
1911/Ada Elizabeth Palmer/Barmaid/28/Holloway/Census

1915/Mrs Ellen Williams/../../../Post Office Directory

1921/Mrs Ellen Williams/../../../Post Office Directory **

In 1921 census at 374, York Road, Islington
Edward Dalton, Licensed Victualler, aged 49 years 9 months, born in Westminster, London, the Employer
Gladys Dalton, Daughter, aged 16 years 5 months, born in Kennington, London
Laurence Dalton, Son, aged 14 years 11 months, born in Nunhead, London
Ada Lydia Penfold, Manageress, aged 40 years 11 months, Clerkenwell, London

1927/Frank Dooley/../../../Post Office Directory **

1934/Albert Hartman/../../../Kellys Directory

1938/Albert Hartman/../../../Post Office Directory

1940/Albert Hartman/../../../Post Office Directory **

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*** Provided By Tris

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