Pub history and London

Comfort Arms Tavern, 51 Bridge Street, Mile End E1

Mile End Pubs history

At 49 - 151 Bridge Street in 1901 census. This pub survived until at least 1963, by which time the address had become 49 Solebay Street. It is now demolished. **

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Residents at this address.

1891/George Cowley/Beer Retailer/../../Post Office Directory

1895/George Cowley / Beer Retailer /../../Post Office Directory **

1899/George Cowley/Beer Retailer/../../Post Office Directory

1901/George C Cowley/Beer Retailer, Widow/34/Stepney, London/Census
1901/Edith B Cowley/Daughter/10/Bow, London/Census
1901/Bertha C Wainwright/Sister in Law, Dressmaker/23/Bermondsey, London/Census
1901/Ethel M Wainwright/Sister in Law, Milliner/17/Bermondsey, London/Census

1910/Mrs Elizh Cowley/Beer Retailer/../../Post Office Directory

1914/Mrs Edith Bertha Fraser/Beer Retailer/../../Post Office Directory

1921/Mrs Edith Bertha Fraser/Beer Retailer/../../Post Office Directory

1934/George Homer/Beer Retailer/../../Kellys Directory

My family came from the East End, and moved out during the War. I found a commemorative glass among my grandparents' things which was from 1935, and inscribed - "with compliments from Mr & Mrs W. G. Homer, The Comfort Arms, Bridge St. E1" ***

1938/William George Homer/Beer Retailer/../../Post Office Directory


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