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Swan, 43 Lower Shadwell, E1

Shadwell index

This appears to be the same pub as is later called the Half Moon from at least 1856 onwards. The address is given as 43a Lower Shadwell in the 1851 census, as well as simply 43 Lower Shadwell in some directories, and as Bell Wharf, Lower Shadwell in archival records. It is variously referred to as both the Swan and the White Swan. *

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

Residents at this address.

1793/Thomas Newnham/../../../Combe & Co. company records held at London Metropolitan Archives *

1794/Thomas Newnham/../../../Sun Fire Office records held at London Metropolitan Archives *

1805/John Coulthard, the Swan, Lower Shadwell/../../Holdens Directory

1830/William Smith / Publican & Barman /../../London Gazette, 22 December 1829 **

1831/George Riddell / Public House Keeper /../../Proceedings ofthe Old Bailey **

1832/S Smith/../../../Robsons Directory

1836/William Smith / Licensed Victualler /../../London Gazette, 25 March 1836 **

1839/Jno. Squire Burroughs/../../../Pigot�s Directory **

1842/Thomas Halfpenny/../../../Robson�s Directory **

July 1849/James Marks/Outgoing Licensee/../../Era

July 1849/Henry Ireland/Incoming Licensee/../../Era

1851/Henry Ireland/../../../Kelly�s Directory

1851/Henry Ireland/Licensed Victualler/41/Westmoreland/Census
1851/Isabella Ireland/Wife/35/Westmoreland/Census
1851/James Brown/Domestic Servant/18/Westmoreland/Census
1851/Mary Craven/Domestic Servant/25/Middlesex/Census

May 1853/John Ward and William Manship, executors of Rebecca Willemite, late occupier/Incoming Licensee/../../Era

January 1854/Francis Sellwood/Outgoing Licensee/../../Era

January 1854/John Frogley/Incoming Licensee/../../Era

* Provided By Ewan

** Provided By Stephen Harris

And Last updated on: Monday, 03-Oct-2022 14:25:40 BST