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Swan with Two Necks, 1147 High road, Whetstone N20

Whetstone pub history index

At 12 Whetstone place in the 1901 census. The Old Swan with Two Necks in 1937 at 1147 High Road. Trading by the mid-1950s but since demolished and probably located around the junction of High Road and Swan Lane. *

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Residents at this address

1809/John Bishop, Swan with Two Necks, Whetstone/../../Holdens Directory

1826/William Carter, Swan with Two Necks, Finchley/../../Middlesex Directory

Weekly Dispatch (London) 14 December 1828
Mrs Jackson who keeps the Swan with Two Necks, near Whetstone is a witness at the trial of John Page, for burglary.

Weekly Dispatch (London) 28 July 1839
Mr William Carter, of the Swan with Two Necks, Whetstone, Licensed Victualler, having for the sake of my large family humanely consented to forego all further law proceddings instituted against me for the gross language and unmanly conduct used by me towards Frances his wife, on Saturday last, I Hereby acknowledge my sincere regret for the same, and declare that the words used were utterly false, and without the slightest foundation, and for which I humbly beg her pardon. George Copps

1851/Henry Baker, Swan, The Common, Whetstone/../../Post Office Directory

Morning Advertiser 26 January 1852
Transfer of Licences
Swan with Two Necks, Whetstone, to Louise Baker, widow of Henry Baker, the late occupier.

Morning Advertiser 26 April 1858
Transfer of Licences
Swan with Two Necks, Whetstone, James Hall to John Surridge

I have just found that an ancestor of mine Edward Trustram Wand shows up in 1860-1866 and maybe longer as the publican. **

He is listed in the 1860: London City Directory, the 1861 census has him resident at the pub with his wife Louisa 'Elizabeth Louisa Wand née Fryer' (1798-1886) and daughter Louisa Wand (1841-?), the 1862: Electoral Register, the 1864: London Overseer Returns and the 1865 and 1866 Electoral Registers.

[Edward Trustram Ward was born in 1801, Henlow, Bedfordshire; and died in 1895, Middlesex - probably East Finchley)]

The Era 30 January 1859
Transfer of Licences
Swan with Two Necks, Whetstone, Edward Wand to Martha Wand.

1861/Edward Trustram Wand/Licensed Victualler/60/Bedfordshire/Census **
1861/Louisa Wand/Wife/62/London/Census
1861/Louisa Wand/Daughter/20/Finchley, Middlesex/Census
1861/George Welch/Ostler/26/Hatfield, Hertfordshire/Census
1861/Eliza Pratchett/House Servant/17/South Mimms, Middlesex/Census

1866/G E Chittenden/../../../Post Office Directory

1871/Sophia S Lloyd/Licensed Victualler, Widow/37/St Lukes, London/Census
1871/Holly E Lloyd/Daughter/17/Barnet, Mimms, Middlesex/Census
1871/Elizabeth M Lloyd/Daughter/15/Barnet, Mimms, Middlesex/Census
1871/Sophia S Lloyd/Daughter/13/Barnet, Mimms, Middlesex/Census
1871/Frederick R Lloyd/Son/6/Barnet, Mimms, Middlesex/Census
1871/Eleanor M A Barnett/Sister in Law/27/Greenwich, Kent/Census
1871/Frederick F K Barnett/Nephew/2/Finchley, Middlesex/Census
1871/Joseph Dennis/Potman/19/Walworth, Surrey/Census
1871/Amy Barnett/Sister/23/De Beauvoir Town, Hackney, Middlesex/Census

1874/Thos Marsden/../../../Post Office Directory

1878/George Tooley/../../../Post Office Directory

1881/G Tooley/Licensed Victualler/57/Hampstead/Census
1881/E Tooley/Wife/57/Harling/Census
1881/M Legge/Relative/45/Harling/Census
1881/Alfred Roof/Relative/14/Hampstead/Census
1881/John Halkins/Labourer/35/Whetstone/Census
1881/Thomas Coles/Carpenter/25/Finchley/Census
1881/_ William/Labourer/22/Hendon/Census

1890/William Willsmore/../../../Post Office Directory

1891/Wal Leonard Adkins/Licensed Victualler/30/Peckham, London/Census
1891/Amy Adkins/Wife/29/Kentish Town/Census
1891/Annie Clark/Servant/18/Whetstone, Middlesex/Census
1891/Walter Munch/Potman/25/Paddington, London/Census
1891/Wal Stanley Adkins/Son/3/Whetstone, Middlesex/Census

1894/Thomas James Cullen/../../../Post Office Directory

Barnet Press 26 January 1895
Transfer of Licences
Swan with Two Necks, Whetstone, from Mr Thomas James Cullen to Mr Charles Harriot

1899/Mrs R King/../../../Post Office Directory

Finchley Press 28 October 1899
The lease of the Swan with Two Necks, Whetstone, was transgferred from Rebecca King to Charles Henry Healing.

1901/Alfred A Paris/Manager of Public House/32/St Pancras, London/Census
1901/Florence Paris/Wife, Manageress of Public House/30/Hammersmith, London/Census
1901/Charles Horwood/Potman/22/Ridge, Hertfordshire/Census
1901/Annie Blackford/Cook/34/Stepney, London/Census

Hendon & Finchley Times 28 June 1901
Transfer of Licence applied of the Swan with Two Necks, Whetstone, from Charles Henry Healing to Alfred Alexander Paris.

Hendon & Finchley Times 03 July 1914
Ernest Cripps, Swan place, Whetstone, was summoned for being disorderly on licensed premises, the Swan with Two Necks, Whetstone, and refusing to quit, and also for assaulting and beating Alfred Alexander Paris.
Mr Paris had held the licence of the Swan for 14 years.

1937/G F McQueen/../../../Post Office Directory


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