Many accurate 1921 census transcriptions have already been added to the pub history site, including London, and parts of Middlesex. If you can contribute to the site, send me some details to Kevan, along with some description of the specific property.
David Frank Edward Hogben is a licensee at many pubs through his life. These include:
In 1901, he is the Public House Manager of the Old Parrs Head, 120 Blythe road, Hammermsith;
This lists a link to a nephew, and barman, Frederick Perou, another family listed separately.
In 1911 directory, listed at the Freemasons Arms, 11 Station Road, Woolwich SE18
In January 1910, at St Martins, Kentish Town, a marriage of David Frank Edward Hogben, widow aged 38, a licensed victualler at 87 Montpelier row to Alice Rose Redman, spinster, aged 27 of 87 Marmfield road.
1912, the birth of David William Hogben at St Martins, Kentish Town, he is listed as a publican at 48 South row. Later the Prince of Wales, 48 Southern Row W10. And again in 1919 directory entry.
In 1925 directory, David Frank Edward Hogben, beer retailer, is at 69 Downham road N1
On 23rd July 1927, David Frank Edward Hogben, is at the Duke of CambridgeDuke of Cambridge, 178 Boundary Road, E17 according to the Petty Sessions
1933 and 1938,In these two electoral registers, David Frank Edward Hogben is noted at 52 and 54 Monmouth road, along with Rose Alice Hogben. The 1934 register also notes his son, David William Hogben at 52 and 54 Monmouth road.
1937/David F E Hogben, beer retailer, 52 & 54 Monmouth Road, , Lower Edmonton N9/../../Post Office Directory
In 1939, at 52 & 54 Monmouth road is David F Hogben, a licensed victualler, born 2nd May 1871, and Rose A Hogben, born 21st March 1882, plus Esther Norton, retired and born 26th November 1855.