Accurate transcriptions of the 1921 census are being added to the pub history site, starting with London.
Select the Letter below, for the London Public House, Tavern & Hotel Listing.
By visiting the relevant public House, you will find Licensee information, bar staff, boarders & lodgers from Census and Trade Directory information. The East London / Essex area is best covered, and new information is being added every day.
Transcribed by Bonnie Leather
Eagle, Frdk. Stanley Ballard, Upper Fore street, Edmonton n
Eagle, Henry Davis, Chestnut road, Tottenham
Eagle, George Green Symons, Victoria road, Shepherd’s Bsh w
Eaglet, John James Hough, 124 Seven Sisters’ road n
Earl Amhurst, Rich’d Jones, 10 Amhurst road. ea Hackney e
Earl Craven, Wm and George Bell, Kensal New town w
Earl Derby, Rich’d Buckler, 138 King Edward road, Hackney e
Earl Derby, Jas. John Pope, Edgeware road, Kilburn n.w.
Earl of Essex, William Earl, Stroud Green road n.
Earl Russell, J. Burrows King, 58 Isledon road, Hornsey road n
Earl Russell, Herbert W. Tufness, 58 Isledon road, Hornsey road n
Earl of Warwick, Mrs. Elizabeth Gibbs, 9 Gordon road, Stoke Newington n
Earl of Warwick, Robert Templeton, Kensal New Town n
Ebor Arms, Mrs. Eliza Steed, 1 Howard road, Stoke Newington n
Edinburgh, F. Berry Whitehair, 125 Newington Green Road. n
Eel Pie Ho. Tav., Miss Eliza Newman Mayo, Twickenham
Eight Bells, George Davies, 19 St. Andrew’s Uxbridge
Eight Bells, Joseph Ellis, Bridge street, Fulham s.w.
Eight Bells, George Rayden, Bell lane, Twickenham
Eight Bells, Wm. Jas. Turner, 347 Mare street, Hackney e
Elephant & Castle, H. Simmons, Park street, Hackney Wick e
Enfield Arms, John Giles, G.E.R. terminus, Enfield town
Enkel Arms, Robt. Alexander Enkel, 34 Seven Sisters’ road n
Enterprise, E. H. Carlyon, 10 Blenheim road. Hornsey road. n