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Licensed Victuallers Asylum 1874 - deaths announced

Extracts from the “Morning Advertiser” Newspaper :

“Died on the 20th December, 1873, at No. 56, Licensed Victuallers' Asylum, Asylum Road, Old Kent Road, Mrs. SARAH RAINE,
aged 75 years, formerly of the ‘Black Horse,” Ratcliff. The deceased and her late husband were elected Inmates in 1850, consequently they
unitedly, or Mrs. Raine as survivor, enjoyed the benefits provided by the Institution for upwards of 23 years.”

“On the 23rd May, 1873, at No. 93, Licensed Victuallers' Asylum, Mrs. ANN QUIGLEY, formerly of the “George IV.” Vauxhall Bridge Road. The deceased in respect of a payment of two guineas to the Society by her late husband, was elected an Inmate in 1857, since which time she has received from the Endowment Fund £310 6s., in weekly allowances, besides coals, medicine, medical advice, &c.”

“On the 15th May, 1873, at No. 53, Licensed Victuallers' Asylum, Mr. THOMAS STEMSON SMITH, aged 81 years, formerly of the New Exchange Coffee House, Strand. The deceased was elected an Inmate in 185o; he therefore enjoyed a happy home in the Asylum for nearly 23 years, and received from the Endowment Fund the sum of £468 in weekly allowances, besides coals, medical advice, &c.”


“On the 15th May, 1873, at No. 134, Licensed Victuallers' Asylum, Mrs. CHARLOTTE TAPLIN, aged 86 years, formerly of the Horns, Shoreditch. The deceased and her late husband were elected Inmates in 1858, consequently they unitedly, or Mrs. Taplin as survivor, enjoyed a happy home in the Institution for nearly 15 years, and received from the Endowment Fund a weekly allowance in money, besides numerous other benefits provided by the Society.

“On the 27th April, 1872, at No. 142, Licensed Victuallers' Asylum, MRS. MARY ANN GROUT, aged 83 years, formerly of the ‘Yorkshire Grey, Stratford. The deceased in respect of a payment of five guineas to the Institution by her late husband, was elected an Inmate in 1858, and received from the Endowment Fund upwards | of £300 in weekly allowances in money, besides coals, medical advice, medicine, &c.”

“On the 2nd February, 1872, at No. 127, Licensed Victuallers' Asylum, Mrs. MARY GURR, aged 75 years, formerly of the ‘Cheshire Cheese,' Addle Street, Aldermanbury. The deceased was elected an Inmate in 1850, consequently she enjoyed a happy home in the In stitution for 22 years, and received from the Endowment Fund a weekly allowance in money, besides numerous other benefits provided by the Society.”

“On the 23rd January, 1872, at No. 15, Licensed Victuallers' Asylum, MR. EDMUND OGLE, aged 79 years, formerly of the ‘Pitt's Head,' Brunswick Mews, Bryanston Square. Deceased and his late wife were elected Inmates in 1862, consequently they unitedly, or Mr. Ogle as survivor, enjoyed a happy home in the Institution for 10 years, and received from the Endowment Fund £280 in weekly allowances of money, besides coals, medical advice, and numerous other benefits, granted by the Society.”

“On the 22nd March, 1871, at No. 99, Licensed Victuallers' Asylum, Mrs. ELIZABETH COCKIN, aged 80 years, formerly of ‘Crown and Anchor, Paul Street, Finsbury. The deceased and her late husband were elected into the Institution in 1858, consequently they unitedly, or Mrs. Cockin, as survivor, enjoyed a happy home in the Asylum for 13 years, and received from the Endowment Fund the sum of £300, besides coals, medical advice, &c.”

“On the 18th December, 1870, at No. 81, Licensed Victuallers’. Asylum, Mrs. SOPHIA NICHOLLs, aged 91 years, formerly of the ‘Rose and Crown, St. Paul's Churchyard. The deceased was an Inmate of the Institution for upwards of 23 years, receiving therefrom, during the whole of that period, a weekly allowance in money, besides coals, medical advice, medicine, &c.”

“On the 13th September, 1870, at No. 60, Licensed Victuallers' Asylum, Mr. WILLIAM KILPATRICK, aged 88 years, formerly of the ‘Black Horse,' Queen Street, Seven Dials. The deceased and his late wife were elected Inmates in 1847; consequently they unitedly, or Mr. Kilpatrick, as survivor, enjoyed a happy home in the Asylum for 23 years, during which period they received from the Endowment Fund £526 in weekly allowances of money, besides coals, medical advice, medicine, &c. The deceased was a contributor of five guineas to the Institution.”

“On the 1st January, 1870, at No. 2, Licensed Victuallers' Asylum, Mr. WILLIAM CUSHWAY, aged 88 years, formerly of the ‘Red Cross,” Hare Street, Bethnal Green, which house he kept for upwards of royears. The deceased enjoyed a happy home in the Asylum for upwards of 30 years.”

“On the 4th April, 1869, at No. 1 Io, Licensed Victuallers' Asylum, Mrs. MARY GILHAM, aged 77 years, formerly of the ‘Fox,’ Castle Street, Southwark, which house her late husband kept for 17 years. The deceased enjoyed a happy home in the Institution for upwards of 17 years, during which time she received from the Endowment Fund £345 in weekly allowances of money, besides coals, medical attendance, medicine, &c.”

“On the 29th October, 1868, at No. 24, Licensed Victuallers' Asylum, Mrs. JANE NEATE, aged 92 years, formerly of the “Bell Tavern,” Noble Street, Falcon Square, which house she and her late husband kept for eleven years. The deceased enjoyed a happy home in the Asylum for 23 years, during which time she received from the Endowment Fund upwards of £450 in weekly allowances of money, besides coals, medical advice, medicine, &c. The late husband of the deceased was a Subscriber of two guineas to the Institution.” - [James Neate was a paid-up member in 1827]

“On the 16th February, 1868, at No. 67, Licensed Victuallers' Asylum, Mrs. ELIZABETH SWAYNE, aged 84 years, formerly of the well known ‘Red House,” Battersea Fields, which house she and her late husband kept for ten years. The deceased in respect of a payment of five guineas to the Institution by her late husband, enjoyed a happy home for upwards of 18 years, during which time she received from the Endowment Fund £350 in weekly allowances of money, besides coals, medicine, medical advice, &c.”

“On the 9th January, 1868, at No. 3, Licensed Victuallers' Asylum, Mrs. MARTHA TODD, aged 84 years, formerly of the ‘Three Horse Shoes, Milford Lane, Strand. The deceased was elected an Inmate in December, 1835, consequently she enjoyed the benefits and comforts provided by the Institution for a period exceeding 32 years. [John Todd was a paid-up member in 1827]

“On the 14th November, 1865, at No. 108, Licensed Victuallers' Asylum, Mrs. JANE FOLDER, aged 88 years, formerly of ‘The Crown,' Spa Road, Bermondsey, which house her late husband kept for upwards of 20 years. The deceased in respect of a payment by her late husband of five guineas, has received from the Endowment Fund upwards of £280, besides coals, medicine, medical advice, &c.” [William Folder was a paid-up member between 1822 and 1827]

“On the 6th June, 1865, at No. 74, Licensed Victuallers' Asylum, Mrs. MARY ANN ARCHER, aged 78 years, formerly of the ‘White Hart,’ Chadwell, Essex, which house her late husband kept for II years, The deceased in respect of a payment by her late husband of five guineas, enjoyed a happy home in the Asylum for 25 years, and received from the Endowment Fund upwards of £480 in weekly allowances in money, besides coals, medicine, medical advice, &c.”

“On the 24th March, 1865, at No. 39, Licensed Victuallers' Asylum, Mrs. MARY HACKETT, aged 84 years, formerly of the ‘Harrow,' Borough Market. The deceased was elected an Inmate of the Institution on the 20th November, 1832, consequently she enjoyed a happy home in the Asylum, with all its advantages, for upwards of 32 years."

“On the 13th March, 1865, at No. 30, Licensed Victuallers' Asylum, Mrs. ANN PATTMAN, aged 85 years, formerly of the “Two Brewers,’ Spital Street, Mile-end New Town. The deceased and her late husband were elected into the above Institution on the 20th November, 1832, consequently they unitedly, or Mrs. Pattman as survivor, enjoyed a happy home in the Asylum," with all its advantages, for upwards of 32 years.”

“On the 13th February, 1865, at No. 85, Licensed Victuallers' Asylum, Mrs. ANNA BALDWIN, aged 73 years, formerly of the ‘Wheatsheaf,’ Church Street, Greenwich, which house she and her late husband kept for 14 years. The deceased in respect of a payment to the Society by her late husband of two guineas, has enjoyed a happy home in the Asylum for upwards of 30 years, and received from the Endowment Fund £510, besides coals, medicine, medical advice, &c.

“On the 26th February, 1864, at No. 23, Licensed Victuallers’. Asylum, Mrs. ELIZABETH HILLYER, aged 82 years, formerly of the ‘Black Horse, Kent Street, Borough. Mrs. Hillyer, whose husband contributed only the sum of two guineas, was elected an Inmate on the 9th September, 1836, consequently she enjoyed a happy home in the Asylum for upwards of 27 years, throughout the whole of which long period, she received from the Institution weekly allowances in money amounting altogether to upwards of £450, besides medicine, medical advice, and a weekly supply of coals.”

“On the 6th December, 1863, at No. 83, Licensed Victuallers' Asylum, Mrs. LYDIA Rowe HINTON, aged 72 years, formerly of the ‘Prince Regent,’ Beresford Street, Walworth. The deceased, in respect of a payment to the Society by her late husband of three guineas, has been an Inmate for fifteen years, receiving medical advice, medicine, coals, and upwards of £290 in weekly allowances of money.”

“On the 5th December, 1863, at No. 18, Licensed Victuallers' Asylum, Mrs. ANN PYLE, aged 83 years, formerly of the “Bell,' Dean Street, Commercial Road East. The deceased, in respect of a payment by her late husband of two guineas, has been an Inmate for 17 years, receiving gratuitously medical advice and medicines, and a weekly supply of coals during that period, and upwards of £300 in weekly allowances of money.”

“On the 7th October, 1863, at No. 1 18, Licensed Victuallers' Asylum, Mrs. ELIZABETH BISHOP, aged 70 years, formerly of the ‘Blue Ball, Old Cock Lane, Shoreditch, which house her late husband kept for upwards of 17 years. By the payment of five guineas, per the late husband of the deceased, a happy home in the Institution, with the Society's numerous advantages, was obtained for the last 13 years.”

“On the 4th May, 1863, at No. 88, Licensed Victuallers' Asylum, Mrs. HANNAH RICHARDSON, aged 85 years, formerly of the ‘Horse and Groom, Daggett's Court, Eldon Street, Finsbury, which house she kept for 12 years. The deceased in respect of a payment of only one guinea to the Instituton, was elected an Inmate on the 18th December, 1834, and had thereby participated in the great benefits of the Society for upwards of 28 years.”

“On the 1st May, 1863, at No. 8, Licensed Victuallers' Asylum, Mr. Joseph NIGHTINGALE, aged 87, formerly of the “Noah's Ark,’ 313, Oxford Street, which house he kept for upwards of 28 years. The deceased, in respect of a payment of two guineas to the Institution, was, with his late wife, elected into the Establishment more than a quarter of a century since, from which time he has participated in the benefits of the Society.”

“On the 25th January, 1863, at No. 49, Licensed Victuallers' Asylum, Mrs. SOPHIA WHITE, widow, aged 77, formerly of the ‘Three Pigeons,’ Stratford Green, which house her late husband kept for 10 years. The deceased, with her late husband, were elected into the Institution on the 20th November, 1832, consequently they unitedly, or Mrs. W., as survivor, enjoyed a happy home in the Asylum for upwards of 30 years, throughout the whole of which long period they together, or the widow as survivor, received from the Institution weekly allowances in money, amounting altogether to upwards of £446, besides having a weekly supply of coals, also medicine and medical advice. The recipients were only contributors of two guineas to the Institution.”

“On the 18th January, 1863, at No. 2, Licensed Victuallers' Asylum, Mrs. MARY MOSES, aged 67 years, widow of the late Mr. Thomas Moses, formerly of the ‘George, George Street, Blackfriars Road, which house he kept 20 years. The Institution was originated at a Meeting of nine philanthropic Members of the Trade, holden September 7th, 1826. Mr. Moses attended the Second meeting on September 19th, 1826, and was then made a Member of the Committee to form the Institution, and he contributed five guineas to its funds. Mr. Moses served with considerable success the Office of a ‘Governor’ of the Institution during the years 1827, 1828, 1829, and 1830, and for many subsequent years he proved himself a warm advocate of the Society. Mr. Moses died December 14th, 1849, and his widow was elected an Inmate of the Institution on the 23rd November, 1853. Mrs. Moses therefore, participated in the advantages which her late husband had assisted in providing for others, during a period of 9 years.





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