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Ordnance Arms, 110 Barking Road, Canning Town E16

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

Canning Town index

Also see the History of Canning Town

The original house was bombed during the War and part of the old shell was used as a base for this new house in 1963 ***

Ordnance Arms, Barking Road rebuilt in 1963

Ordnance Arms, Barking Road rebuilt in 1963

Kindly provided by Alex Wilkinson

Abbey Arms c2003

Thanks to Lal & Amy

Residents at this address

1870/George Martin/Brass & Iron Founder & Engineer/../../Kelly's Directory

1871/Joseph Martin/Licensed Victualler/65/Whitchurch, Hampshire/Census
1871/Elizabeth Martin/Wife/31/Scotland/Census
1871/Bella Martin/Daughter/20/Blackwall, Middlesex/Census
1871/Rosina Martin/Daughter/18/Plaistow, Essex/Census
1871/Minnie Martin/Daughter/6/Plaistow, Essex/Census
1871/Joseph Martin/Son/3/Plaistow, Essex/Census
1871/Edith Martin/Daughter/4 months/Plaistow, Essex/Census

1874/Joseph Martin/Brickmaker/../../Kelly's Directory

1878/Robert Fielder/../../../Kelly's Directory

1881/Robert Fielder/Publican/43/London, Middlesex/Census
1881/Sophia Fielder/Wife/42/Middlesex/Census
1881/Eliza Ann Fielder/Daughter/18/Middlesex/Census
1881/Mary Ann Fielder/Daughter/13/Middlesex/Census
1881/Albert A. Fielder/Son/7/Middlesex/Census
1881/Florence M. Fielder/Daughter/2/Canning Town, Essex/Census
1881/Charles W. Chandler/Barman/28/Newington, Surrey/Census
1881/Caroline Simmonds/General Servant/54/Norton Bassett, Wiltshire/Census
1881/Maud H. Fowler/Nursemaid/17/At Sea/Census

1882/Robert Fielder/../../../Kelly's Directory

1886/John Samuel Easey/../../../Kelly's Directory

1891/William Foggie/Licensed Victualler/41/Southron, Gloucestershire/Census
1891/Elizabeth M A Foggie/Wife/37/Limehouse, London/Census
1891/Edward W J Foggie/Son/11/Stepney, London/Census
1891/Jane E Kent/Barmaid/22/Pimlico, London/Census
1891/Mabel M Quarts/Barmaid/15/Millwall, London/Census
1891/Amelia Shirly/Barmaid/26/Poplar, London/Census
1891/Isabella Buckham/Barmaid/18/Poplar, London/Census
1891/John Turner/Barman/24/Westminster, London/Census
1891/Albert Kingsholt/Barman/23/St LukesPoplar, London/Census

1896/William Foggie/../../../Post Office Directory

1901/William Foggie/Licensed Victualler/51/Southope, Glostershire/Census
1901/Elizabeth A Foggie/Wife/47/Limehouse, London/Census
1901/Edward W Foggie/Son, Merchants Clwerk/21/Stepney, London/Census
1901/Alice M W Sivaistead ?/Barmaid/23/Woolwich, London/Census
1901/Alice F A Cumberland/Domestic Servant/18/Stratford, Essex/Census
1901/Florence M Spinks/Barmaid/18/Middlesboro, Yorks/Census
1901/Ada G White/Barmaid/21/Plaistow, Essex/Census
1901/Aurvai E Moss/Barmaid/19Barking, EssexCensus
1901/Charles H Wilson/Barman/20/Bushey, Herts/Census
1901/Sydney R Poynter/Barman/20/Canning Town, Essex/Census

1902/William Foggie/../../../Kelly's Directory

1908/Charles Snell/../../../Kelly's Directory

1911/Charles W Chandler/Manager/50/London/Census
1911/Eliza A Chandler/Wife, Licensed Victualler/48/London/Census
1911/Doris Chandler/Daughter/18/Kent/Census
1911/Charles R Chandler/Son, Clerk/16/Kent/Census
1911/Robert N Chandler/Son/12/Essex/Census
1911/Jessie Harding/Cook/26/London/Census
1911/William Howell/Cellerman/24/Essex/Census
1911/Richard Tomlinson/Barman/20/Lancashire/Census
1911/Edgar J Atkins/Barman/21/London/Census

1912/Mrs. Eliza Ann Chandler/../../../Kelly's Directory

1917/Sidney Smith & Son/../../../Kelly's Directory

1925/Sidney Smith & Son/../../../Kelly's Directory

1934/Thomas Sidney Smith/../../../Kelly's Directory

1944/Captain E H Pudney/../../../Black Eagle Journal ***

1950/E H Pudney/../../../BT Telephone Directories ***

Captain E H Pudney, died on November 18th, 1957. He had owned his own ship in the Merchant Navy and commanded a ship carrying a barrage balloon at Dover during the war. He was licensee of the Ordnance Arms, Barking Road from 1944, and also looked after the canteen at the Royal Albert Docks from September 1941 - Black Eagle Quarterly Journal ***

1957/Captain E H Pudney/../../../Black Eagle Journal ***


*** Provided by Alex Wilkinson

 

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