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Alma, Church Road, Leyton

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This pub was established in 1872 and closed in September 2002. Latterly known as the Four Finch's. It is now in residential use as ‘Alma Point’. **

Alma, Church Road, Leyton

25th March 2003

Taken by Brian Berry

The following entries are in this format:

Year/Publican or other Resident/Relationship to Head and or Occupation/Age/Where Born/Source.

13/9/1872/George Hy Hobbiss/Beer Retailer/../../Petty Sessions

24/3/1873/J Bloomfield/Beer Retailer/../../Petty Sessions

01/3/1879/George Wright/Beer Retailer/../../Petty Sessions

1881/George Wright/Beer Retailer/28/Hanover Sq. (St. Georges), Middlesex/Census
1881/Charlotte Wright/Wife/29/Barkingside, Essex/Census
1881/P. S. M. Wright/Son/6/Plumstead, Kent/Census
1881/E. S. M. Wright/Son/5/Plumstead, Kent/Census
1881/N. M. D. Wright/Son/1/Leyton, Essex/Census

1882/George Wright/Beer Retailer/../../Kelly's

7/10/1886/Thomas Hy Gibbs/Beer Retailer/../../Petty Sessions

07/4/1888/Henry Wm Clark/Beer Retailer/../../Petty Sessions

05/1/1889/William Bryan/Beer Retailer/../../Petty Sessions

06/4/1889/William Nie/Beer Retailer/../../Petty Sessions

1/11/1890/William Henesey/Beer Retailer/../../Petty Sessions

6/10/1894/William James/Beer Retailer/../../Petty Sessions

1910/George Curson/../../../Kelly’s Directory **

1937/Priscilla Barber/../../../Essex Licensing Committee records **


** Provided by Stephen Harris

And Last updated on: Wednesday, 06-Jan-2021 00:49:31 GMT