Many accurate 1921 census transcriptions have already been added to the pub history site, including London, and parts of Middlesex.
Ye Olde Weavers Arms by 1938, and also in 1910 *
Weavers Arms, 98 Newington Green Road, Islington, N1 - in August 2010
Kindly provided by Tris
Historical London public houses, Taverns, Inns, Beer Houses and Hotels.
Residents at this address.
1789/William Hunt/victualler and coachmaker/../../Sun Fire Office records
held at the London Metropolitan Archives *
1805/T Pankhurst, Weavers Arms, Newington green/../../Holdens Directory
1811/Julia Lever, Weavers arms, Newington green/../../Holdens Directory
1828/Thomas Moreton/victualler/../../Sun Fire Office records held at the London Metropolitan Archives *
1834/Thomas Moreton/victualler/../../Sun Fire Office records held at the London Metropolitan Archives *
1839/Michael Starkey/../../../Pigot's Directory *
1851/John Davy/../../../Finsbury Petty Sessions
September 1853/John Davy/ Outgoing Licensee /../../The Era
September 1853/Thomas Morris Lewis/ Incoming Licensee /../../The Era
March 1866/Thomas Morris Lewis/License renewal/../Clerkenwell News
1874/Thomas M Lewis/../../../Post Office Directory
1881/John Dalrimple/Licensed Victualler/60/Bermondsay, Surrey/Census
1881/Emma Dalrimple/Wife/55/Tower Of London, Middlesex/Census
1881/Emily Dalrimple/Daughter/23/City, Middlesex/Census
1881/Charlotte King/Sister In Law, Assistant/56/Bethnal Green, Middlesex/Census
1884/John B Dalrymple/../../../../../Post Office Directory
1896/Henry Richard Deeks Hopper/../../../Kelly's Directory *
1899/Mrs Frances Sole/../../../../../Post Office Directory
Islington Gazette 23 May 1900 - Licence Transfers
Weavers Arms, 98 Newington green road, application under 14th section to James Kidman, in the room of the late holder, Bernard Praag, deceased. - Mr Praag shot his wife, and then himself with a revolver. Granted.
1910/Avrel Jezzard/../../../Post Office Directory *
1915/Max Goldstein/../../../Post Office Directory *
1934/Mrs Ellen Solomons/../../../Post Office Directory *
1938/Jack King/../../../../../Post Office Directory
I found a copy of Watney's Red Barrel magazine dated January 1950. It has an article which was an interview with my Grandfather Thomas Heritage. The interview talks about his life and the second page of it gives a better idea of the year he ran the various pubs.
He first started out at the Tower Hamlets Arms in Forest Gate in 1907; later to be transferred to the Devonshire Arms in Mile End. He spent around 26 years at the Devonshire Arms which was bombed out in WWII, and in 1941 he moved on to the Weavers Arms in Islington. ***
1944/Thomas Heritage/../../../../../Post Office Directory
* Provided by Ewan
*** Provided By Brian Heritage