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Sun, 63 Lambs Conduit Street, St George Martyr, City of London

St George Martyr pub history index

The Sun, Great Ormond street in the 1855 and 1861 license transfers. At 50 Lambs Conduit Street in 1856 and earlier; named the Sun until the 1990s and has been through several names since, now the Perseverance (2006) **

A listing of historical London public houses, Taverns, Inns, Beer Houses and Hotels in  St George Martyr parish, London. The St George Martyr, London Public House Trade Directory uses information from census, Trade Directories and History to add licensees, bar staff, Lodgers and Visitors.

Perseverance, 63 Lambs Conduit Street - in December 2006

Perseverance,63 Lambs Conduit Street - in December 2006

Kindly provided by Stephen Harris

The following entries are in this format:

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

1839/Samuel Traies/../../../Pigots Directory

1841/S Traies/../../../Post Office Directory

1848/John Sams/../../../Post Office Directory

1851/John Sams/../../../Kellys Directory

1851/John Sams/Licensed Victualler/40/Yateley, Hampshire/Census
1851/Eliza Sams/Wife/41/Olney, Buckinghamshire/Census
1851/John Scholich/Assistant/34/Barnet, Hertfordshire/Census
1851/Edward Sinclair/Assistant/21/London/Census
1851/Frederick Jeffins/Assistant/15/London/Census
1851/Bridget Nelly/House Servant/25/London/Census

September 1855/William Roland Seares/ Outgoing Licensee /../../The Era

September 1855/George Sams/ Incoming Licensee /../../The Era

1856/Geo Sams/../../../Post Office Directory

April 1861/Thomas Sams/Outgoing Licensee/../../Era

April 1861/George Sams/Incoming Licensee/../../Era

September 1861/George Sams/Outgoing Licensee/../../Morning Post

September 1861/Thomas Whaley/Incoming Licensee/../../Morning Post

1871/Thomas Whaley/Licensed Victuallar/51/St Ives, Hants/Census
1871/Hannah Whaley/Wife/48/Ripon, York/Census
1871/John Whaley/Son, Drapers Assistant/19/Stratford, Essex/Census
1871/Thomas Whaley/Son, Clerk to Spirit Merchant/17/Stratford, Essex/Census
1871/Margaret Metcalfe/Sister in Law, Dressmaker/55/Ripon, York/Census
1871/Charles Boxall/Barman/27/Midhurst, Susssex/Census
1871/Alfred Rippon/Barman/23/Clerkenwell. Middlesex/Census
1871/Joseph F Thompson/Barman/19/City of London, Middlesex/Census
1871/John Butteris/Barman/18/Norfolk/Census
1871/Eliza Staines/../44/St Ives, Hants/Census

By 1881, son John is the proprietor of Furnivals Inn, Holborn

1873/Thomas Whaley/../../../Holborn Petty Sessions

1874/Thomas Whaley/../../../Holborn Petty Sessions

1875/Thomas Whaley/../../../Holborn Petty Sessions

1876/Thomas Whaley/../../../Holborn Petty Sessions

1877/Thomas Whaley/../../../Holborn Petty Sessions

1878/Thomas Whaley/../../../Holborn Petty Sessions

1879/Thomas Whaley/../../../Holborn Petty Sessions

1880/Thomas Whaley/../../../Holborn Petty Sessions

1881/Thomas Whaley/../../../Holborn Petty Sessions

1881/Thomas Whaley/Licensed Victualler/61/St Ives, Huntingdon/Census 
1881/Hannah Whaley/Wife/58/Ripon, York/Census
1881/Margaret Whaley/Sister In Law/67/Ripon, York/Census
1881/Mary A Woods/Domestic Servant/21/Hartford, Huntingdon/Census
1881/Albert Whaley/Nephew, Barman/24/St Ives, Huntingdon/Census
1881/Chas B Wright/Barman/25/Clerkenwell, Middlesex/Census
1881/Edward C Usdell/Barman/21/Bloomsbury, Middlesex/Census
1881/John E Berry/Porter/20/Lambeth, Surrey/Census

1882/Thomas Whaley/../../../Holborn Petty Sessions

1884/Thomas Whaley/../../../Post Office Directory

1891/Thos Whaley/../../../Post Office Directory

1891/Thomas Whaley/Licensed Victualler/41/St Ives, Huntingdonshire/Census
1891/Hannah Whalry/Wife/69/Ripon, Yorkshire/Census
1891/Margaret Metcalf/Sister in Law/77/Ripon, Yorkshire/Census
1891/William J Pursel/Barman/24/St Ives, Huntingdonshire/Census
1891/Herbert Wpplard/Barman/21/Newmarkey, Cambridgeshire/Census
1891/Percy J O'Neil/Bar Lad/19/London/Census
1891/Eliza Potter/Domestic Servant/20/Cowlinge, Suffolk/Census
1891/Bernice Drabble/Domestic Servant/16/Dronfield, Derbyshire/Census

1895/Jn Walter Horsman/../../../Post Office Directory

1899/Henry McKrell/../../../Post Office Directory

In January 1887, Marion Thompson, aged 28, marries James Charles Ross, also 28, at Woolwich. He is son of John Ross, Superintendant S C Docks, her father is Charles Thompson, Licensed Victualler of 15 High street - he is at the Princess of Wales in Deptford in the 1871 census and until at least 1884.

1901/Marion Ross/Licensed Victualler/40/Deptford, Kent/Census
1901/James Herbert Rennie/Barman/28/Westerham, Norfolk/Census
1901/Alice Aarah Spiers/Barmaid/26/Blackfriars, London/Census
1901/Mary Louisa Rennie/Barmaid/27/Yorkshire/Census
1901/Julia Homes/Barmaid & Cook/29/Stepney, London/Census

1910/Mrs Marion Ross/../../../Post Office Directory

1911/Marion Ross/Licensed Victualler/52/Deptford, Kent/Census
1911/Mary Rennie/Barmaid/35/Seaton Carew, Durham/Census
1911/Gertrude Lacey/Barmaid/28/Clapton, London/Census
1911/William Richardson/Cellerman/32/Islington, London/Census
1911/Alice Sanders/Domestic Servant/28/Tottenham, London/Census

1914/Ernest Larking/../../../Post Office Directory

1915/Ernest Larking/../../../Post Office Directory

1934/Joseph J Marynissen/../../../Kellys Directory


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