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Three Crowns, 4 Queens road east, Chelsea SW1

Chelsea Pub history index

This is not to be confused with the Coach & Horses at a similar address, as the numbering was very sporadic in early directories. The Three Crowns is earlier listed as at Royal Hospital row in 1843 and earlier. If it had survived longer it would have had an Pimlico road address. It is also named the Three Crowns in the 1841 census.

A listing of historical London public houses, Taverns, Inns, Beer Houses and Hotels in Chelsea, London.

A listing of historical London public houses, Taverns, Inns, Beer Houses and Hotels in Chelsea, London.

Residents at this address

1823-24/Thomas Neale, Three Crowns, Royal Hospital row/../../Pigots Directory

1826/Thomas Neale, Three Crowns, Royal Hospital row/../../Middlesex Directory

1831/Thomas Neal, Three Crowns, Jews row, Chelsea, in addition to 2 guineas, 3 guineas/../../Licensed Victuallers Association

February 1833/Thomas Neale, the Three Crowns, Royal Hospital Row, Chelsea, victualler/../../Sun Fire Insurance records at the LMA

Globe 29 October 1836 :
Loss of Life on the River - On Thursday afternoon a very melancholy occurrence, attended with loss of life, took place on the river, opposite to the Red House, Battersea. In the fore part of the day, a party of respectable tradesmen, viz, Mr Neal, proprietor of the Three Crowns, Jews row, Chelsea; Mr Matthew Wood, blacksmith, of Lambeth; Mr Coombs, plumber, of Kings road, Chelsea; and Mr Mitchell, boat builder, at Lambeth, in a skiff, the property of Mr Neal, for the purpose of proceeding up the river on an excursion of pleasure. The weather was very boisterous, a strong north-west wind blowing at the time. When the skiff arrived nearly opposite the Red House, Battersea, a very severe squall came on, accompanied with heavy rain. By some mismanageent of the sail of the skiff she was thrown on her beam ends and filled; the consequence was the whole of the party were thrown into the water. The accident was seen from Cheyne walk, Chelsea, and several boats immediatley put off to the spot, and three of the party were picked up, but Mr Wood perished. His body was not found until yesterday morning, when it was conveyed to the Red House, to await the coroners inquest. The unfortunate man has left a widow and seven orphans to deplore his untimely end.

1839/Thomas Neale/4 Royal Hospital row/../../Pigots Directory

1841/Thomas Neale/Publican/50/../Census
1841/Elizabeth Neale/../25/Middlesex/Census
1841/John Neale/../20/Middlesex/Census
1841/Anne Terry/Female Servant/35/../Census
1841/George Currell/Male Servant/15/../Census
+ others

1842/Thomas Neale/Royal Hospital row/../../Robsons Directory

1843/Thomas Neale/Royal Hospital row/../../Kellys Directory

1848/Thomas Neale/Grosvenor row/../../Kellys Directory

1851/Thomas Neale/4 Queens road east/../../Kellys Directory

1851/Thomas Neale/Publican, Widow/62/Surrey/Census
1851/Elizabeth Neale/Daughter/34/Isleworth/Census
1851/Jane Bradwick/Servant/30/Aylesbury/Census
1851/Richard Ware/Servant/23/Newbury/Census
+ Lodgers

May 1856/Edward Smith/Outgoing Licensee/../../Era

May 1856/Robert Alfred Moore/Incoming Licensee/../../Era

1860/James Maidment/../../../Post Office Directory

4 Queens road
1861/John Wildley/Licensed Victualler/39/Ireland/Census
1861/Mary Wildley/Wife/37/British Colonies/Census
1861/Sarah Wildley/Daughter/16/British Colonies/Census
1861/Catherine Wildley/Daughter/15/British Colonies/Census
1861/Caroline Wildley/Daughter/12/British Colonies/Census
1861/Frederick Wildley/Son/7/London, Middlesex/Census
1861/Richard Wildley/Son/5/London, Middlesex/Census
1861/John Wildley/Son/3/London, Middlesex/Census
1861/Edward Wildley/Son/3/London, Middlesex/Census
1861/Mary Wildley/Daughter/2/London, Middlesex/Census
1861/Thomas Wildley/Son/4 months/London, Middlesex/Census



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