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    Crown And Seven Stars, 47 Royal Mint Street , Whitechapel E1

    Whitechapel index

    Address is formerly 47 Rosemary Lane. Note there was also a pub called the Seven Stars, listed in 1839 and 1844 at 22 Rosemary Lane. The Pub established was in a former warehouse by 1800. Name changed to Artful Dodger in 1985; and still open. **

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

    Crown & Seven Stars, 47 Royal Mint Street - as in April 2006

    Crown & Seven Stars, 47 Royal Mint Street - as in April 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.

    1803/George Beaumont/Victualler/../../Sun Fire Office Records, held at Guildhall Library **

    1806/George Beaumont/Victualler/../../Sun Fire Office Records, held at Guildhall Library **

    1809/Sarah Beaumont/Victualler/../../Sun Fire Office Records, held at Guildhall Library **

    1839/James Hodgetts/../../../Pigotís Directory **

    1842/J H Hodson/../../../Robsonís Directory **

    1844/J H Hodson/../../../Thompsonís Directory **

    1846/John Duggan / Landlordís Sister /../../Proceedings of the Old Bailey **
    1846/Helen Hudson / Pot Boy / 19 /../../Proceedings of the Old Bailey

    1848/Joanna McCauliffe/../../../Proceedings of the Old Bailey **

    January 1849/James Williamson/Outgoing Licensee/../../Era Newspaper ****

    January 1849/John Burnman/Incoming Licensee/../../Era Newspaper ****

    1851/William Tong / Formerly Licensed Victualler /../../London Gazette, 21 January 1851 **

    1851/Eldred Roger Jary/../../../Kellyís Directory **

    1851/George Ablett/Licensed Victualler/29/Alderton, Suffolk/Census ****
    1851/Hannah Ablett/Wife/28/Alderton, Suffolk/Census
    1851/Rose Ablett/Daughter/4/Alderton, Suffolk/Census
    1851/Charles Ablett/Son/3/Alderton, Suffolk/Census
    1851/Bella Ablett/Daughter/1/Whitechapel, Middlesex/Census
    1851/Joseph Barnes/Brother in Law, Drapers Shopman/30/Stoke, Suffolk/Census
    1851/Lucretia Hulon/General Servant/16/Stoke, Suffolk/Census
    1851/John Watling/Barman/17/Middlesex/Census

    July 1851/George Thomas Abbott/Outgoing Licensee/../../Era ****

    July 1851/Matthew Callaghan/Incoming Licensee/../../Era ****

    1856/Matthew Callaghan/../../../Kellys Directory **

    Thomas Joseph Clark (born 1788, died about 1856) was my maternal great-great-great Grandfather - he ran the Green Lattice, 5 Billingsgate, St. Mary at Hill, London from 1839 to 1856; and his son Richard Matthew Clark (born 1823, died 1877) was resident at the Crown and Seven Stars with his wife Sarah and sons Harry and Daniel in the 1861 census.  ***

    1861/Richard Clark/Victualler/37/Billingsgate, Middlesex/Census ***
    1861/Sarah Clark/Wife/30/Marylebone, Middlesex/Census
    1861/Harry Clark/Son/8/Adelphia, Middlesex/Census
    1861/Daniel Clark/Son/4/Adelphia, Middlesex/Census
    1861/John Davis/Servant/34/Clerkenwell, Middlesex/Census

    11th March 1865/Alexander Solomon/Outgoing Licensee/../../East London Observer +

    11th March 1865/John Munn/Incoming Licensee/../../East London Observer +

    1871/John Mann/Licensed Victualler/55/Suffolk/Census ****
    1871/Sarah A Mann/Wife/35/Essex/Census
    1871/Arthur T Mann/Son, Barman/16/Essex/Census
    1871/Makin J Mann/Son, Barman/13/Essex/Census
    1871/Frank H Mann/Son/7/Whitechapel, Middlesex/Census
    1871/William R Mann/Son/4/Whitechapel, Middlesex/Census
    1871/Frederick G Man/Servant/21/Whitechapel, Middlesex/Census
    1871/Eliza Bassett/Nurse, Widow/43/Middlesex/Census

    15th July 1871/John Mann/Outgoing Licensee/../../East London Observer +

    15th July 1871/Henry Savage/Incoming Licensee/../../East London Observer +

    1874/H Savage/../../../H.D. Miles London & Suburban Licensed Victuallers' Directory **

    1875/Henry Savage/../../../P.O. Directory **

    22nd January 1876/Henry Savage, late occupier/Outgoing Licensee/../../East London Observer +

    22nd January 1876/Lydia Savage, widow and executrix/Incoming Licensee/../../East London Observer +

    12th May 1877/Lydia Savage/Outgoing Licensee/../../East London Observer +

    12th May 1877/James North/Incoming Licensee/../../East London Observer +

    1881/George F. Buckingham/Licensed Victualler/63/Ipswich, Suffolk/Census ****
    1881/Mary Buckingham/Wife/40/Bethnal Gn, Middlesex/Census
    1881/George Hornsey/Labourer/52/Whitechapel, Middlesex/Census
    1881/Mary Hornsey/Wife, Sack maker/53/Whitechapel, Middlesex/Census

    1882/George F. Buckingham/../../../Post Office Directory ****

    1884/George F. Buckingham/../../../Post Office Directory ****

    1887/George Buckingham/../../../www.blacksheepindex.co.uk **

    1891/Frederick John Vinall/../../../Post Office Directory ****

    1891/William Vinall/Licensed Victualler/24/St Pancras, London/Census ****
    1891/Alice Vinall/Wife/24/Upton, Berks/Census
    1891/William G Vinall/Son/Under 1 month/Whitechapel, London/Census
    1891/Georgina Vinall/Sister, Barmaid/20/St Pancras, London/Census
    1891/Jeanette Tigwell/Sister in Law, Barmaid/22/Upton, Berks/Census
    1891/Jane Tigwell/Mother in Law/64/Upton, Berks/Census
    1891/Samuel Maddison/Potman/24/Marylebone, London/Census
    1891/Charles Deschamps/Visitor/43/St Pancras, London/Census
    1891/Frederck J Vinall/Brother/13/St Pancras, London/Census

    1892/William Vinall/../../../P.O. Directory **

    1894/William Vinall/../../../PO Directory **

    1895/George Rose/../../../Post Office Directory ****

    1899/William Vinall/../../../Post Office Directory ****

    1910/William Vinall/../../../Post Office Directory ****

    Henry Thomas Bristow (1867 to 1945), is at the Pilgrim, 247 Kennington lane, in 1905; at the Spa Tavern, 126 Spa road in 1906, he is at the Crown & Seven Stars, 47 Royal Mint Street , Whitechapel by the 1911 census, and until about 1914. He is at the British Lion, 153 - 155 Central Street, Islington between about 1918 and 1922. The 1927 electoral register places him at the Lord Wellington, 132 Weston Street, Bermondsey; and from 1930 to 1939 he is living at the 120 Licensed Victuallers Benevolent Institution, Asylum Road. Peckham S.E.15. *+

    1911/Henry Thomas Bristow/Licensed Victualler/41/Gorleston, Suffolk/Census ****
    1911/Ellen Bristow/Wife/43/Wandsworth, Surrey/Census
    1911/Henry Bennett Bristow/Son, Barman/19/Southwark, London/Census
    1911/Gladys Ethel Bristow/Daughter, Dressmaker/17/Dulwich, London/Census
    1911/Florence Ellen Bristow/Daughter/16/Dulwich, London/Census
    1911/Sidney Bristow/Son/11/Dulwich, London/Census
    1911/James Bristow/Son/8/Dulwich, London/Census
    1911/Ernest Bristow/Son/6/Kensington, London/Census
    1911/Lilley Bristow/Daughter/3/Stepney, London/Census
    1911/Ellen Sulavan/Cook, Widow/42/Kensington, London/Census
    1911/Henry Statham/Barman/40/Stoke Row, Oxfordshire/Census
    1911/Hettey Davison/Barmaid/33/Deptford, London/Census

    1914/Henry Bristow/../../../Post Office Directory ****

    1921/Jas. Chick/../../../P.O. Directory **

    1922/Jas. Chick/../../../P.O. Directory **

    1926/William Frederick Hannan/../../../P.O. Directory **

    1934/Walter Ernest Wightman/../../../Kelly's ****

    1935/Walter Ernest Wightman/../../../P.O. Directory **

    1938/Walter Ernest Wightman/../../../Post Office Directory ****

    1940/Walter Ernest Wightman/../../../P.O. Directory **

    1944/Walter Ernest Wightman/../../../Post Office Directory ****


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    **** Provided By Kevan

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