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    (Ye Olde) Dick Whittington Inn, 24 Cloth Fair, St Bartholomew

    St Bart pub history index

    It first became a beerhouse in 1848, although later claimed to be the oldest licensed premises in London; This pub was acquired by the Corporation of London in 1916 and subsequently demolished. **

    A listing of historical public houses, Taverns, Inns, Beer Houses and Hotels in Saint Bartholomew,  Central London. The Saint Bartholomew,; London listing uses information from census, Trade Directories and History to add licensees, bar staff, Lodgers and Visitors.

    (Ye Olde) Dick Whittington Inn, 24 Cloth Fair, Smithfield, EC1 - in 1904

    (Ye Olde) Dick Whittington Inn, 24 Cloth Fair, Smithfield, EC1 - in 1904

    Kindly provided by Stephen Harris

    (Ye Olde) Dick Whittington, Smithfield - in 1906

    (Ye Olde) Dick Whittington, Smithfield - in 1906

    Kindly provided by Colleen

    (Ye Olde) Dick Whittington Inn, 24 Cloth Fair, Smithfield, EC1 - circa 1910

    (Ye Olde) Dick Whittington Inn, 24 Cloth Fair, Smithfield, EC1 - circa 1910

    Kindly provided and copyright of Richard Greatorex - Old Brewery Recorder

    Ye Old Dick Whittington, 24 Cloth Fair

    Ye Old Dick Whittington, 24 Cloth Fair

    Inset of the above picture of ' Ye Olde Dick Whittington'

    Inset of the above picture of ' Ye Olde Dick Whittington'

    Kindly provided by John Carnaby

    The following entries are in this format:

    Year/Publican or other Resident/Relationship to Head and or Occupation/Age/Where Born/Source.

    1848/William Rigden/Beer Retailer/../../Post Office Directory ****

    1851/William Wickham/Beer Retailer/../../Kellys Directory ****

    1851/William Wickham/Beer Seller/42/Kent/Census ****
    1851/Mary Wickham/Wife/38/Hampshire/Census
    1851/Mary Andrews/Widow/69/Dorset/Census

    1856/William Wickham/Beer Retailer/../../Post Office Directory ****

    1861/William Wickham/Retailer of Beer/52/Kent/Census ****
    1861/Mary Wickham/Wife/47/Portsea, Hampshire/Census

    1869/William Wickham/Beer Retailer/../../Post Office Directory ****

    1871/William Wickham/Beer Retailer/62/Stroud, Gloucestershire/Census ****
    1871/Mary Wickham/Wife/40/East Mion, Hampshire/Census
    1871/Eliza Pink/Domestice Servant/15/Panbourne, Berkshire/Census

    1880/Thomas Dawe/Beer Retailer/../../Post Office Directory **

    1881/Edward Mason/Beer Retailer/40/Woolwich, Kent/Census ****
    1881/Mary A Mason/Wife/41/Rotherhithe, Surrey/Census
    1881/Ellen N Mason/Daughter/15/Rotherhithe, Surrey/Census
    1881/Mary A Mason/Daughter/13/Rotherhithe, Surrey/Census
    1881/Ada Mason/Daughter/11/Rotherhithe, Surrey/Census
    1881/Laura Mason/Daughter/6/Rotherhithe, Surrey/Census
    1881/Phoebe Mason/Daughter/4/St Pancras, Middlese/Census
    1881/Infant Mason/Daughter/2 weeks/City Of London, Middlesex/Census
    1881/Sarah Rushbrook/Sister In Law/37/Rotherhithe, Surrey/Census

    1882/Edward Thomas Mason/beer retailer/../../Post Office Directory *

    1891/William Dunwoody/Beer Retailer/../../Post Office Directory ****

    1891/William Dunwoody/Beer Retailer/65/Wrexham. Northumberland/Census ****

    1894/William Dunwoody/Beer Retailer/../../Post Office Directory **

    1895/William Dunwoody/Beer Retailer/../../Post Office Directory ****

    1899/John George Wykes/Beer Retailer/../../Post Office Directory ****

    1901/John Wykes/Beer House Keeper/38/Dunstable, Bedfordshire/Census ****
    1901/Ada Wykes/Wife/30/Barnsbury, London/Census
    1901/Jack W Wykes/Son/1/City London/Census

    1907/William John Stratton, publican, of 24 Cloth Fair, Smithfield aged 46 years marries Emma Warden, also 46 years, at Wimbledon St Mary. They are at 18 Lamprell street, Bow by the 1911 census

    1910/William Francis Moore/Beer Retailer/../../Post Office Directory ****

    1911/Thomas Lawrence/Beer Retailer & Glass Cutting/58/Birmingham/Census ****
    1911/Ammelia Lawrence/Wife, Assistant/57/Birmingham/Census

    * Provided By Ewan

    ** Provided By Stephen Harris

    **** Provided By Kevan

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