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Chancellors Head, 5 Carey street, Lincolns inn, St Clement Danes WC2

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This address matches with the earlier Serles Coffee House until at least 1832; it appears to be later called the Alma Stores.

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

Residents at this address.

1805/Charles Kelly, Searles Coffee House,  Carey street, Lincolns Inn/../../Holdens Directory 

1811/Ann Kelly, Searles Coffee House,  Carey street/../../Holdens Directory

1829/William Lawrence, Searles Coffee House, 5 & 6 Carey street/../../Robsons

1832/William Lawrence, Serles Coffee House, 5 & 6 Carey street/../../Robsons

1841/George Beavett/../../../Post Office Directory

1843/George Beavett/../../../Post Office Directory

1846/William Hall/../../../Post Office Directory

1848/Thomas Smith/../../../Post Office Directory

1851/Frederick James/../../../Post Office Directory

1851/Frederick James/Licensed Victualler/33/St Johns, Westminster/Census
1851/Mary Ann James/Wife/31/St Clement Danes, Middlesex/Census
1851/Eliza Baker/Barmaid/31/Farnham, Surrey/Census
1851/Ellen Dooley/Waitress/19/Bristol, Somerset/Census
1851/John Law/Potman/21/King Stanley, Gloucester/Census
1851/William Murray/Visitoe, China Dealer/60/Scotland/Census

1856/William Carter, Alma Stores, Carey street WC/../../Post Office Directory

1862/William Carter, Alma Stores, 5 Carey street WC/../../Post Office Directory

1865/Mr William Carter, Alma Stores, 5 Carey street, Lincolns Inn fields /../../Licensed Victuallers Association


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