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Albion, 34 South Row, North Kensington W10

Kensington pub index

Closed in 1909 as a pub through the compensation award scheme. The address would be 34 Southern Row by 1944. Converted to residential use. *

A listing of historical London public houses, Taverns, Inns, Beer Houses and Hotels in Kensington, London.

Albion, 34 Southern Row, W10 - in January 2012

Albion, 34 Southern Row, W10 - in January 2012

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Residents at this address

1878/William Smith/../../../Post Office Directory

1896/Frederick Chas Holmes/../../../Post Office Directory

1904/Frank Corney/../../../Post Office Directory

London Evening Standard 28 October 1908
Licensing Act 1904 Notice of principal meeting to discuss by the Compensation authority on the 6th, 7th, 8th and 9th July 1908 Blackheath
Albion, 34 South row, Kensal New Town, Full, Henry Patten Hodgkinson

The Sportsman 27 January 1909
The Compensation authority for the County of London made the following awards to be divided among the licencees, brewers, freeholders and other persons interested in the houses named, the licences having been referred for extinction on payment of compensation under the Licwnsing Act, 1904:
Albion, South row, Kensal New Town, £3052 10s

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