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  • Salmon And Ball, 502 Bethnal Green Road, Bethnal Green E2

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    Existed from at least 1760. A Listed Building. The Salmon & Ball dates from 1733 at least. At 293 Bethnal Green Road in 1869 **

    Historical London public houses, Taverns, Inns, Beer Houses and Hotels.

    Salmon & Ball, Bethnal Green road

    Salmon & Ball, Bethnal Green road

    Salmon & Ball in September 2005

    Salmon & Ball (thumbnail)

    16 September 2005.  Kevan

    Salmon And Ball, 502 Bethnal Green Road, Bethnal Green E2 - in June 2018

    Salmon And Ball, 502 Bethnal Green Road, Bethnal Green E2 - in June 2018

    Residents at this address.

    1760/John Rainford/../../../Licensed victuallers register **

    1798/John Rogers / Public House Keeper /../../Proceedings of the Old Bailey **

    1808/John Molton / Public House Keeper /../../Proceedings of the Old Bailey **

    1810/John Morton/../../Records of Sun Fire Office, held at Guildhall Library **

    1811/John Norton/Victualler/../../Records of Sun Fire Office, held at Guildhall Library **

    1819/John Morton/Victualler/../../Records of Sun Fire Office, held at Guildhall Library **

    Statesman (London) 22 March 1820 :
    General Election
    State of the Poll - fourth day
    Whitbread 1563
    Byng 1810
    Mellish 1176

    Freeholders of the County of Middlesex.
    Mr Whitbreads majority goes on steadily and uniformly. Every nerve has been strained by our opponent to swell his numbers on this days poll, but again we have signally triumphed. There is but one circumstance that can prejudice our cause - heedless confidence in the superior strength which we possess. It is this which may prevent its full development. Relax not in your efforts. Remember that Official Circulars on the other side must be met by vigous efforts on ours. Mr Mellish has condescended to borrow the plumes of Mr Whitbread. He calls himself the "Friend of the People!" Choose for yourselves. Gentlemen, which of these "Friends" shall represent you in Parliament - he who depends upon the undue influence of Ministerial Circulars, or he who relies upon your free and independent Suffrages. Be prompt - be firm - and you must be victorious. By order of the Commmittee.
    Charles Shaw Lefevre, Jun, Chairman
    Conmmittee room, Freemasons Tavern, March 21 1820.

    Coaches for the conveyance of Freeholders in the interest of Mr Whitbread are stationed at the following places :-
    Yorkshire Gray, Piccadilly
    Northumberland Arms, Clerkenwell green
    Johns terrace, Hackney road
    Silver Lion, Poplar.
    Three Hats, Islington turnpike
    White Horse, Church street, Chelsea
    Wheat sheaf, Red Lion street, Holborn
    Gloucester Coffee house, Park street, Oxford street
    Rockingham Arms, Kent road
    Globe, Tichfield street, Marylebone
    Star, Old street road, St Lukes
    No 119 Brick lane, Spitalfields
    No 162 Shoreditch
    Angel Inn, Whitechapel
    Red Lion, Chamber street, Goodmans fields
    George and Dragon, Shadwell
    Sun and Sword, Back Church lane, St Georges east
    Ram Inn, Smithfield
    Guildhall Coffee house, King street, Cheapside
    Salmon and Ball, Bethnal Green
    Artichoke, Ratcliff highway
    The Crown, Obelisk, St Georges fields
    Mr Winchs - Sunbury. Hammersmith. Chiswick. Turnham green. Shepperton, Fulham and Halliford. Mr Tapps, Twickenham
    Mr Knights, High street, Kensington, Knightsbridge. Kensal green, Kilburn, Walham green, Brompton And at the Freemasons tavern, Queen street, Lincolns inn fields.

    1822/Mr Morton, Salmon & Ball, Bethnal Green/../../Licensed Victuallers Association

    1825/Mr Morton/../../../Licensed Victuallers Association

    1827/John Morton/../../../Licensed Victuallers Association

    1835/John Morton/../../../Robson’s Directory **

    1839/Charles Lord/../../../Pigot's Directory **

    1841/Charles Lord / Public House Keeper /../../Proceedings of the Old Bailey **
    1841/Alice Lord / Wife /../../Proceedings of the Old Bailey **

    Sydney place :
    1841/Charles Lord/Publican/45/../Census
    1841/Alice Lord/../49/../Census
    1841/Mary Sullivan/Female Servant/27/Ireland/Census
    1841/Joseph Herrod/Male Servant/25/../Census

    1842/Chas. Lord/../../../Robson’s Directory **

    1844/Chas Lord/../../../Thompsons Directory **

    1850/Charles Lord/../../../P.O. Directory **

    1852/John Warne Cathie / Public House Keeper /../../Proceedings of the Old Bailey **
    1852/Marqueritta Luisa Cathie / Wife /../../Proceedings of the Old Bailey
    1852/Anthony Rutt / Barman /../../Proceedings of the Old Bailey

    1856/John Warne Cathie/../../../Post Office Directory *

    August 1860/John Warne Cathie/Outgoing Licensee/../../East London Observer

    August 1860/Ronald George McIntyre/Incoming Licensee/../../East London Observer

    July 1864/R McIntyre/Outgoing Licensee/../../Era

    July 1864/Henry John Vousley/Incoming Licensee/../../Era

    1866/H J Vousley/../../../P.O. Directory **

    January 1867/Henry J Vousley/Outgoing Licensee/../../Shoreditch Observer

    January 1867/J Hammond/Incoming Licensee/../../Shoreditch Observer

    26th January 1867/Henry C Vousley/Outgoing Licensee/../../East London Observer +

    26th January 1867/Joseph Hammond/Incoming Licensee/../../East London Observer +

    1869/Joseph Hammond/../../../Post Office Directory **

    January 1869/Joseph Hammond/Outgoing Licensee/../../Era

    January 1869/John Nicholas/Incoming Licensee/../../Era

    1870/John Nicholas/../../../P.O. Directory **

    Salmon And Ball, 305 Cambridge Road :
    1871/John Nicholas/Licensed Victualler/43/Westminster, Middlesex/Census
    1871/Mary Poyes Nicholas/Wife/39/Northamptonshire/Census
    1871/Annie Mae Gee/Barmaid/18/Woolwich, Kent/Census
    1871/George Best/Barman/26/St Pancras, Middlesex/Census
    1871/John Hornsby/Barman/25/Great Waltham, Essex/Census
    1871/Thomas Longland/Potman/28/St Marys, Nottingham/Census
    1871/Helen E Turner/Servant/18/Shoreditch, Middlesex/Census

    1872/J Nichols/../../../Brabner’s Hackney Directory **

    August 1872/John Nicholas/Outgoing Licensee/../../Era

    August 1872/Robert Smith/Incoming Licensee/../../Era

    1874/R Smith/../../../H D Miles Directory of Licensed Victuallers **

    1876/Robert Smith/../../../Post Office Directory **

    1881/Robert Smith/Licensed Victualler/60/Stockton, Durham/Census
    1881/Ann Smith/Wife/60/Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales/Census
    1881/John Mead/Barman/32/Bethnal Green, Middlesex/Census
    1881/Jane Mead/Niece, Housekeeper/31/Middlesborough, York/Census
    1881/Elizabeth Pike/Barmaid/19/Bethnal Green, Middlesex/Census
    1881/Sarah Gedrych/Servant/16/Cardiff, Glamorgan/Census
    1881/William Mead/Servant/14/Bethnal Green, Middlesex/Census

    1882/Robert Smith/../../../Post Office Directory *

    1884/Robert Smith/../../../Post Office Directory

    1888/John Baptist d’Ardenne/../../../P.O. Directory **

    1889/John Dexter Birkin / Licensed Victualler, Deceased / Died 9 April 1889 /../../London Gazette, 20 August 1889 **

    1889/Marianne Birkin / Widow /../../London Gazette, 20 August 1889 **

    1891/Thomas May/../../../Post Office Directory

    1891/Thomas May/Licensed Victualler/43/St Georges in the East/Census
    1891/Sarah May/Wife/40/St Georges in the East/Census
    1891/Thomas May/Son, Barman/20/Bethnal Green/Census
    1891/Sarah May/Daughter/19/Bethnal Green/Census
    1891/William May/Son, Barman/18/Bethnal Green/Census
    1891/Esther May/Daughter/14/Bethnal Green/Census
    1891/Frederick May/Son/12/St Georges/Census
    1891/Alice May/Daughter/9/Bethnal Green/Census
    1891/Charles May/Son/7/Stratford/Census
    1891/Rose May/Daughter/4/Stratford/Census
    1891/Daisey May/Daughter/6 months/Bethnal Green/Census
    1891/Eliza Twist/Domestic Servant/35/Bethnal Green/Census
    1891/Louisa Baker/Domestic Servant/18//Census
    1891/Jane Lloyd/Nursemaid/16/Bethnal Green/Census
    1891/William Bone/Barman/22/Clapham/Census

    1895/Thomas May/../../../Post Office Directory

    1899/Walter Goody/../../../Post Office Directory

    1900/Walter Goody/../../../P.O. Directory **

    1910/Alfred John Selby/../../../Post Office Directory

    1910/Reginald Stuart Bailey / Proprietor /../../Proceedings of the Old Bailey **

    1911/Reginald Stewart Bailey/Publican/32/Clerkenwell/Census
    1911/Mary Ann Bailey/Wife/40/Clerkenwell/Census
    1911/Mary Elenor Goody/Daughter/20/Clerkenwell/Census
    1911/Olive Mabel Goody/Daughter/17/Clerkenwell/Census
    1911/Sidney Walter Goody/Son/15/Clerkenwell/Census
    1911/John Leslie Goody/Son/10/Bethnal Green/Census
    1911/Reginald Stewart Bailey/Son/7/Bethnal Green/Census
    1911/Lawrence Bryan Bailey/Son/6/Bethnal Green/Census
    1911/Johanna Chittenden/Servant, Widow/45/Weston Super Mare/Census
    1911/Agnes Rider/Servant/20/Clapton/Census
    1911/Percy Gouldstein/Bar Tender/27/Whitechapel/Census
    1911/Frederick William Lohse/Bar Tender/20/Poplar/Census
    1911/Samuel Littlewood/Bar Tender/24/Finsbury/Census

    1915/George Lee Party/../../../Post Office Directory

    1917/George Lee Barty/../../../P.O. Directory **

    1921/George Lee Barty/../../../Post Office Directory *

    My great-grandfather, Alfred Herring was listed as the licensed victualler at the Clarendon Hotel, 1 Dock Road, Canning Town in the 1891 census, along with his wife Elizabeth [nee Bridges], their children Lily and Alfred George, plus my grand father, his sister-in-law Lavinia and her husband and some bar staff.
    Lily married a guy named Ebblewhite in 1935 and they became the licensees at the Salmon and Ball on the corner of Bethnal Green Road and Cambridge Heath Road, in Bethnal Green. My grand aunt Lily ran the pub on her own until the early fifties when my dad took over for a few years when she became ill. She died in 1957.
    My great - grandmother Elizabeth [nee Bridges] father, George Bridges was listed in the 1891 census as the licensed victualler at the Sir Robert Peel, 31 Skinner Street, Chatham in Kent. Originally, Alfred Herring and George Bridges were Mariners. ***

    Frederick Hamilton Ebblewhite was son of John H Ebblewhite -  the owner of Ebblewhites music shop that used to be in Aldgate High Street around the time of Jack the Ripper, and he later had a large store in the City. The whole family are listed in the 1881 census in Wells Street, Hackney as Efflewhite, a misspelling. ***

    1934/Frederick Hamilton Ebblewhite/../../../Kelly's Directory

    1938/Frederick Hamilton Ebblewhite/../../../Post Office Directory

    1944/Mrs Eliz L Ebblewhite/../../../Post Office Directory

    1988/Mrs G Holland/Tipples/../../Watney Truman List

    + Provided by Friends of Tower Hamlets Cemetery Park

    * Provided by Ewan

    *+ Later information from Keith Emmerson

    ** Provided by Stephen Harris

    *** Provided by Ron Herring

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