This pub was on the western side of Sandys Row (now known
as Middlesex Street), and should not be confused with the
White Horse, which was on the
eastern side (and listed in Spitalfields).
The address is also given as 13 Petticoat Lane in the 1851 census. It is called The Bunch of Grapes in the 1856 directory, but simply as The Grapes in 1841, 1848, 1851 and in the 1861 census. *
Historical London public houses, Taverns, Inns, Beer Houses and Hotels.
Residents at this address.
1841/John Short/../../../Post Office Directory *
1848/Wm. Felgate/../../../Post Office Directory *
1851/George Kennedy/../../../Post Office Directory *
1851/George Kennedy/Licensed Victualler/29/Ireland/Census *
1851/Elizabeth Kennedy/Wife/36/London, Middlesex/Census
1851/Mary Gilligan/House Servant/18/Ireland/Census
March 1854/Conrad Steinhardt/Outgoing Licensee/../../Era
March 1854/Henry Hawkes/Incoming Licensee/../../Era
1856/Henry Hawkes/../../../Post Office Directory *
1861/Henry Hawkes/Licensed Victualler/51/St Georges in the East/Census *
1861/Mary Ann Hawkes/Wife/44/Bethnal Green/Census
1861/Hannah Hawkes/Daughter/18/Bethnal Green/Census
1861/Elizabeth Hawkes/Daughter/12/Bethnal Green/Census
1861/Barrett Hawkes/Daughter/10/Bethnal Green/Census
1861/Elizabeth Colling/House Maid/22/Commercial Road/Census
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