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Grenadier, Church Road, Leyton

Leyton pub history index

This pub closed in 1887 when the licence was removed to the King Harold, High Road, Leyton. **

The following entries are in this format:

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

1862/John Haslop/Beer Retailer/../../Kelly's

Note: Premises not named in 1862

1867/John Haslop/../../../Kelly's

1870/John Haslop/../../../Kelly's

1871/John Haslop/../../../Post Office

1872/John Haslop/../../../Essex Records Office – Register of Alehouse Licenses **

1874/Mrs. Mary Haslop/../../../Kelly's

1874/John Haslop/../../../Essex Records Office – Register of Alehouse Licenses **

1877/Charles Anthony Bennett/../../../Essex Records Office – Register of Alehouse Licenses **

1878/Charles Bennett/../../../Kelly's

1879/Adam Mitchell/../../../Essex Records Office – Register of Alehouse Licenses **

1880/David Hibbert/../../../Essex Records Office – Register of Alehouse Licenses **

1881/David Hibbert/Licensed Victualler/50/York/Census
1881/Henreka Hibbert/Wife/38/Hanover, Germany/Census
1881/Amos Moulds/Potman/23/Huntingdon/Census

1882/David Hibbert/../../../Kelly's

1882/Thomas Ingleton/../../../Essex Records Office – Register of Alehouse Licenses **

1886/Henry Roll/../../../Kelly's

1887/Charles Maw/../../../Essex Records Office – Brewster Sessions records **


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