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Duke of York, 120 Pimlico road, Chelsea SW1

Chelsea Pub history index

At 9 Royal Hospital row in 1843; then at 9 Queens road east in 1851 census until at least 1869

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

Residents at this address.

1805/James Bailey, the Duke of York, Royal Hospital row, Chelsea/../../Holdens Directory

1843/Jeremiah Pearce/../../../Post Office Directory

1851/John Hill/Licensed Victualler, Widow/33/Mere, Wiltshire/Census
1851/Elizabeth Hill/Sister, Barmaid/28/Somerset/Census
1851/George Hill/Brother, Grocers Assistant/25/Somerset/Census
1851/Ann Benson/House Servant/16/Chelsea, Middlesex/Census

John Hill is at the Princess of Wales, Charles street by the 1861 census

1856/Richard Heptonstall/../../../Post Office Directory

1860/Richard Heptonstall/../../../Post Office Directory

1865/Richard Heptonstall/../../../Post Office Directory

1869/Henry Medcalf/../../../Post Office Directory

1874/H Medcalf/../../../LV Directory

1881/Edwin Allen/Licensed Victualler/45/Shoreditch, Middlesex/Census
1881/Grace Allen/Wife/36/Lambeth, Surrey/Census
1881/Emily Allen/Daughter/19/Southwark, Surrey/Census
1881/Edwin Alen/Son/17/Southwark, Surrey/Census

1882/James Haker/../../../Post Office Directory

1884/Francis Blewitt/../../../Post Office Directory

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