Crouch End pub history index
A listing of historical public houses, Taverns, Inns, Beer Houses and Hotels in Middlesex.
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Not named in the 1861 census.
Residents at this address.
Morning Advertiser 26 May 1857*
Auction lots may be viewed at Henry Stevens, Bricklayers Arms, Crouch End
In 1861 the "Beer retailer" is Henry Stephens (census) *
1861/Henry Stephens/Beer Retailer/45/Moreton Vallance, Gloucestershire/Census
1861/Lucy Stephens/Wife/41/Rodborough, Gloucestershire/Census
1861/William Thomas Stephens/Son, Grocers Boy/13/Berkley, Gloucestershire/Census
1861/Samuel A Stephens/Son/11/Berkley, Gloucestershire/Census
1861/Lucy A Stephens/Daughter/9/Berkley, Gloucestershire/Census
1861/Catherine B Stephens/Daughter/8/Randwick, Gloucestershire/Census
1861/Arthur Stephens/Son/3/Hornsey, Middlesex/Census
1861/Jane W Butcher/Sister in Law/27/Stroud, Gloucestershire/Census
1861/Lucy Ann Butcher/Niece/1 month/Peterborough, Northamptonshire/Census
1866/Henry Stevens, beer retailer, Crouch End/../../Post Office Directory
North Londoner 16 July 1870
Lucy Stephens, daughter of the proprietor of the Bricklayers Arms, Crouch End, witness to assault in the public house.
(Census, Bricklayers Arms, 22 Crouch End hill) 1871/Henry Stephens/Beer Retailer/55/Moreton Vallance, Gloucestershire/Census
1871/Lucy Stephens/Wife/51/Rodborough, Gloucestershire/Census
1871/William T Stephens/Son, Cheesemongers Clerk/23/Breadstone, Gloucestershire/Census
1871/Lucy A Stephens/Daughter/19/Breadstone, Gloucestershire/Census
1871/Arthur Stephens/Son/13/Hornsey, Middlesex/Census
1871/Ann Butcher/Mother in Law, Widow/85/Charley, Worcestershire/Census
In 1881 William Devenill is "Publican" (22 CE Hill) (Census) *
In 1886, its taken on by Frederick John Clark (Lon Met Arch) *
In 1891 William Evans "Beerhouse Keeper" (18 CE Hill) (Census) *
In 1892 Landlord is William Oakley (Kelly's and Hendon & Finchley Times - address given as no 18 in Kelly's, No 22 in Times) *
In 1894 Landlord is Henry Clarke (Hendon & Finchley Times) *
In 1896 John Ingram is "Beer retailer" (Kelly's) *
Barnet Press 14 July 1900
Elizabeth Woolley, landlady of the Bricklayers Arms, Crouch End named in trial after purchasing a dinner service
1902 James William Wooledge is "Beer retailer" (Kelly's) *
1903-04 Frederick Slater is "Beer retailer" (Kelly's) *
1905 George Raven is "Beer retailer" (Kelly's) *
1906 Not listed after this date (In 1904 there's an inventory of fixtures and fittings at LMA - suggests it was probably being prepared for sale) *
From 1890, it passed through various Breweries *
1890 - Phoenix Brewery. (Lon Met Arch)
1893 - Highbury Brewery (Lon Met Arch)
1897 - Combe & Co (Lon Met Arch)
1899 - Watney Combe Reid (Lon Met Arch)
* Provided by Hugh Flouch