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Stoke Newington pub history index
Long closed and converted to residential use. *+ Closed by the Compensation Authority in 1908.
Historical London public houses, Taverns, Inns, Beer Houses and Hotels.
Free Trade Beer House, 1 Edwards Lane, Stoke Newington - in April 2014
Kindly provided by Tris
The following entries are in this format:
Residents at this address.
1861/James Smith/Beer Retailer, Widow/56/Amwell, Hertfordshire/Census
1861/John Smith/Son, Pot Boy/19/Enfield, Middlesex/Census
1861/Sarah Smith/Daughter, Housekeeper/15/Enfield, Middlesex/Census
1861/Frederick Smith/Son/13/Enfield, Middlesex/Census
1871/James Smith/Beer Retailer, Widow/66/Hanwell, Hertfordshire/Census
1871/James Smith/Son, Out of Employ/34/Lambeth, Surrey/Census
1871/Sarah Smith/Daughter, Assistant/24/Enfield, Middlesex/Census
1871/Frederick Smith/Son, Assistant/22/Enfield, Middlesex/Census
London Evening Standard 12 June 1907 - List of premises to be considered by the Compensation Authority :
The Free Trader, Edwards lane, Stoke Newington, Beer, Susan Smith
Morning Post 29 January 1908
More Lost Licences. £323,342 awarded in six hours as compensation.
Licenses ordered for extinction under the Licensing Act, 1904 were:
Free Trader, Edwards lane, Stoke Newington £1641
*+ Provided By Tris