Many accurate 1921 census transcriptions have already been added to the pub history site, including London, and parts of Middlesex.
The address of the Windsor Castle seems to vary between Church Street, Edgware Road and Church Street, Lisson Grove; and the Windsor Castle, Hardington street in the 1853 license transfer. In 1869 both these roads are called New Church Street, and the Windsor Castle is at 27 New Church Street, Edgware Road; this is near the junction with Hardington Street. The address then changes to 70 Church Street, Lisson Grove until at least 1915. At 124 Church Street by 1921, near to the junction with Hardington Street.
This is outside the Windsor Castle, on the 23rd June 1920; at a Cork Club outing, My Great Grandfather, Charles Edward Northwood was the publican and is the stout fellow in the middle of the picture with a Homburg and a bow tie.
Actually, this is the Windsor Castle at 98 Park Road, Regents Park as can be seen by the shape of the modern building.
Kindly provided by Ian Brixey
Windsor Castle, Edgware Road, Marylebone, London NW8
Historical London public houses, Taverns, Inns, Beer Houses and Hotels.
Residents at this address.
1841/Mrs Mary Ann Morris, Windsor Castle, 23 New Church street
west/../../Post Office Directory
1842/Daniel Gosling, Windsor Castle, 23 New Church street west/../../Robsons Directory
1843/Daniel Gosling, Windsor Castle, 23 New Church street west/../../Kellys Directory
1848/Mrs S Harris/../../../Post Office Directory
1851/John Weatherstead/../../../Kellys Directory
January 1853/Francis Proctor/Outgoing Licensee/../../Era
January 1853/James Thompson/Incoming Licensee/../../Era
1856/James Thompson/../../../Post Office Directory
July 1863/William Chamberlain/Outgoing Licensee/../../Era
July 1863/Joshua Green/Incoming Licensee/../../Era
1865/Mr W Spinner, Windsor Castle, New Church street W, Edgware road /../../Licensed Victuallers Association
1869/Alfred Jas Lucas/../../../Post Office Directory
1881/Samuel Elston/Licensed Victualler, Widow/42/Tiverton, Devon/Census
1881/Elizabeth Elston/Mother, Retired (Farmers Wife), Widow/70/../Census
1881/Frederick Elston/Brother/21/Tiverton, Devon/Census
1881/Alice Stubbins/Barmaid/20/Deptford, Kent/Census
1881/Maryon A Able/General Servant/30/Balton/Census
1882/Samuel Elston/../../../Post Office Directory
1884/Samuel Elston/../../../Post Office Directory
1891/Robert Richard Greenslade/../../../Post Office Directory
1895/George Webster/../../../Post Office Directory
1899/Roderick James Diment/../../../Post Office Directory
In the 1901 census, Charles Northwood is a beer retailer at the Busy Bee, 2 St Dunstans Road, Bow Common, Mile End.
Then at the Lamb Tavern, Pelly road, Plaistow in 1902. Then at the Dorset Arms, 58 Leyton Road, Stratford E15 between 1906 and 1908.
1910/Chas Northwood/../../../Post Office Directory
1911/Sarah Northwood/Wife, Assistant/40/Limehouse/Census
1911/Charles Northwood/Son, Assistant/18/Poplar/Census
1911/Elizabeth Northwood/Daughter, Assistant/16/Limehouse/Census
1911/Harry Brewer/Assistant/28 years 9 months/Marylebone/Census
1911/Ethel Laura Tew/Servant/20/Newport/Census
1911/Primrose Jessie Bream/Assistant/23/Catton (Norwich)/Census
1915/Chas Northwood/../../../Post Office Directory
1921/Chas Northwood/../../../Post Office Directory
1934/Improved Public House Co Ltd/../../../Kellys Directory
1938/Improved Public House Co Ltd/../../../Post Office Directory
I've been researching the Dickson family, who they ran a number of pubs in London from the early 1900's. (James) Arthur Dickson was the father and he had two sons Arthur George Dickson and Ernest Edwin Dickson, all involved in the brewery trade. **
1939/Ernest E Dickson/Licensed Victualler/Born 20th Sep 1893/../Electoral Register **
1939/Lousia M Dickson/Assistant/Born 19th Feb 1893/../Electoral Register
1939/Albert G Flynn/Assistant/Born 2nd June 1919/../Electoral Register
1944/Improved Public House Co Ltd/../../../Post Office Directory
** Provided by Mary Armour