The 1841 census entry is in Cinnamon street, and next door to the White Swan; I am presuming this to be correct. Both Cinnamon street and Sir William Square are near to Old Gravel lane
Sir William Warren street / Cinnamon street in 1746
Historical London public houses, Taverns, Inns, Beer Houses and Hotels.
Residents at this address.
1812/John Brant, formerly of the Sun, Sir William Warrens square, Wapping
and late of William street road, in the parish of Saint George in the East,
both in the County of Middlesex, Victualler/Insolvency registrar
1825/Mr Meyer, Sun, Sir William Warren�s square, Wapping/../../Licensed Victuallers Association
15 March 1826/Insured: Grace Meyer The Sun Public House Sir William Warrens Square Wapping victualler/../Sun Fire Insurance records held at the L M A
1832/John Graham/../../../Robsons Directory
1841/J Tillotson/../../../Kellys Directory
1842/John Tillotson/../../../Robsons Directory
1843/John Tillotson/../../../Kellys Directory