Many accurate 1921 census transcriptions have already been added to the pub history site, including London, and parts of Middlesex.
New Southgate index
A listing of historical public houses, Taverns, Inns, Beer Houses and Hotels in Middlesex.
Residents at this address
1874/James Digby/../../../Post Office Directory
Tottenham and Edmonton Weekly Herald 12 April 1889
The Transfers of licenses were:
The Northern Star, Betstyle road, New Southgate, from Samuel William Acombe to William Charles Gay
1891/William C Gay/Licensed Victualler, Widow/54/Chelsea, Middlesex/Census
1891/Alice H Gay/Daughter/28/Pimlico, London/Census
1891/William J Gay/Son, Litho Artist/21/Westbourne Park, London/Census
1891/Ernest C Gay/Son, Civil Engineering student/19/Westbourne Park, London/Census
1891/Blanche S Gay/Daughter/17/Clerkenwell, London/Census
1891/Sydney T Gay/Son/14/Clerkenwell, London/Census
1891/Reginald Stuls/Barman/16/Pocklington, Yorkshire/Census
1891/Rachael Cooper/General Servant/21/Rockston, Bedfordshire/Census
Barnet Press 03 September 1892
On Thursday, at Christ Church, Southgate, Marriage of Frank Rowe Pyne, son of Mr William Pyne, of the George the Fourth, Croydon, to Alice Harriett Gay, eldest daughter of the late Mr W C Gay, of the Northern Star, New Southgate.
1896/Mrs A H Pyne, Northern Star, Devonshire Place, Betstyle Road, New Southgate/../../Post Office Directory
1898, James Henry Hall of Laurel Villa 2 The Limes avenue New Southgate in the County of Middlesex Licensed Victualler formerly of the Northern Star Hotel High road New Southgate aforesaid who died on the 7th May 1898 to Thomas Frank Pine of The Canterbury Hotel West Kilburn in the County of Middlesex Gentleman and Harry Deacon Capon of 29 Farlow road Putney in the County of Surrey Gentleman the Executors.
1899/G Malham/../../../Post Office Directory
1901/Frederick J Houtson/Manager Licensed Victualler/34/Birmingham, Warwickshire/Census
1901/F A Malham/Manageress Licensed Victualler/23/Islington, Middlesex/Census
1901/E Eldred/Barmaid/19/Hornsey, Middlesex/Census
1901/M E Read/Barmaid/18/St Pancras, Middlesex/Census
Middlesex Gazette 29 August 1903
New Southgate - Transfer of License
The Northern Star, New Southgate was transferred from Mr George Malham to Mr Thomas Lynch. Mr Malham kept the house for nearly six years, and his neoghbours and customers presented him with a handsomely illuminated address and timepiece on his leaving.
Barnet Press 24 August 1907
At Wood Green, on Friday, Robert Albert Gardener, landlord of the Northern Star, High road, New Southgate, was charged with being drunk and disorderly at High road, on the 15th instance.
There would be no more trouble in future, as defendants hotel had been sold, and he was about to leave it.
Defendant was fined 5 shillings and costs, or seven days.
Middlesex Gazette 22 February 1908
Police Report - Al licensed houses in the division had been well conducted with the exception of the Seven Oaks, at Wood Green, and the Northern Star, New Southgate. There had been a change of landlord at the latter.
Islington Gazette 06 April 1909
The funeral took place at St Marylebone Cemetery, Finchley, on Monday, March 29th of Mrs Emily Wood, the wife of Mr T H Wood, of South Africa, and the eldest daughter of Mr George Malham, of Trafalgar cottage, Fortis Green road, and proprietor of the "Clissold Arms," Fortis Green road, and formerly of the "Great Northern Railway" Hotel, Hornsey, and the "Northern Star", New Southgate.
The deceased lady who was only 38 years of age when she died on the 17th March after two days of illness ..
The chiefmourners being her only son George, Mr G Malham (brother), Mr W Malham (cousin), and Mr J C Emery.
1914/Hy Crane/../../../Post Office Directory
1926/Herbert G Latham/../../../Post Office Directory
1937/Frank smith/../../../Post Office Directory
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