All Hallows Honey pub history index
Existed from at least 1855. This is often a dining rooms, or a wine merchants through its history. It is also very often uninhabited at census times. In the 1860s and 1870s it was named His Lordships Larder' as it was in the 1855 license transfer.
Historical London public houses, Taverns, Inns, Beer Houses and Hotels.
Residents at this address.
October 1855/James David Jones/ Outgoing Licensee /../../The Era
October 1855/Joseph Barker/ Incoming Licensee /../../The Era
1856/Joseph Baker/Dining Rooms/../../Post Office Directory
May 1862/Joseph Piggin/Outgoing Licensee, His Lordships Larder/../../Era
May 1862/William Giles/Incoming Licensee, His Lordships Larder/../../Era
1869/James Connelly/Dining Rooms/../../Post Office Directory
1874/H T Jones/His Lordships Larder/../../LV Directory
1910/Levy & Franks/Magogs/../../Post Office Directory
1911/Alexander Henry Brown/Licensed Victuallers Manager/27/Islington, London/Census
1911/Eliza Mary Brown/Wife/28/Islington, London/Census
1911/Eveline Lilian Joyce Brown/Daughter/2/City, London/Census
1911/Dorothy Bertha Hodges/Cook/18/Kennington, London/Census
1911/Winifred Lily Smith/Housemaid/15/Shoeburyness, Essex/Census
1911/Mabel Eliza Harland/Nurse/24/Tottenham, Middlesex/Census
1911/William Henry Stanford/Barman/22/Islington, London/Census
1921/Levy & Franks/Magogs/../../Post Office Directory
1938/Levy & Franks/Magogs/../../Post Office Directory