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Golden Lion, 25 King Street, Westminster London SW1Y 6QY

Westminster St James index

Historical London public houses, Taverns, Inns, Beer Houses and Hotels.

Residents at this address.

1869/William Berry/../../../Post Office Directory 

1881/Sarah E Judge/Licensed Victualler/32/London, Middlesex/Census 
1881/James R Jacke/Manager to Licensed Victualler/21/London, Middlesex/Census
1881/Annie Sponge/Barmaid/24/London, Middlesex/Census
1881/Eliza Malarky/Barmaid/18/London, Middlesex/Census
1881/Jane Barton/Cook/29/Kent/Census

1882/Mrs Sarah E Judge/../../../Post Office Directory 

1884/Sarah E Judge/../../../Post Office Directory 

1891/Miss Sarah Elizabeth Judge/../../../Post Office Directory 

1895/Wm John Purser/../../../Post Office Directory 

1899/Wm Charles Ferris/../../../Post Office Directory  

1910/Frank Arthur Butler/../../../Post Office Directory  

1915/Frank Arthur Butler/../../../Post Office Directory  

1938/Regent Catering Co Ltd/../../../Post Office Directory  

1944/Regent Catering Co Ltd/../../../Post Office Directory  

1944/Mrs Elise James & W C C Taylor/../../../Post Office Directory  

Golden Lion, King Street, St James', London SW1
Mr & Mrs Cliff Taylor, late of the Falcon, Gough Square, Fleet Street, and the Mitre, Tooley Street (Messrs Levy & Franks) beg to announce that they take over the above premises on the 26th September 1944.

Golden Lion - Mrs & Mrs Cliff Taylor in 1944

Golden Lion - Mrs & Mrs Cliff Taylor in 1944

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