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George IV, 28 Portugal Street, St Clement Danes WC2

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The George IV earliest address is at 12 Portsmouth street. Looking at early maps, this appears to almost be the same. The address was next given as 8 Gilbert's Passage, Clare Market.  At Portugal Street by 1899 & 28 Portugal Street by 1910 **

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George IV, 28 Portugal Street, WC2 - Licensee S John

George IV, 28 Portugal Street, WC2 - Licensee S John

Kindly provided by John Carnaby

George IV, 28 Portugal Street, WC2 - in May 2007

George IV, 28 Portugal Street, WC2 - in May 2007

Kindly provided by Stephen Harris

Residents at this address.

1833-34/William Seares/../../../Pigots Directory

1839/Charles Walter/../../../Pigots Directory

1842/Charles Watler, George IV, 12 Portsmouth street, Lincolns Inn Fields /../../Robsons Directory

1843/Charles Walter/../../../Post Office Directory

1848/Charles Walter, George IV, 12 Portsmouth street, Lincolns Inn Fields & 8 Gilberts Passage, Clare Market/../../Post Office Directory

1851/Charles Walter, George IV, 12 Portsmouth street, Lincolns Inn Fields & 8 Gilberts Passage, Clare Market/../../Kellys Directory

1851/Charles Walter/Licensed Victualler/37/St Pancras, Middlesex/Census
1851/Charlotte Hack/Housekeeper, Widow/43/St Pancras, Middlesex/Census
1851/Charles Hack/Son/12/St Clement Danes, Middlesex/Census
1851/George Walter/Nephew/17/Pimlico, Middlesex/Census

April 1856/Charles Walter/Outgoing Licensee/../../Era Newspaper

April 1856/John Kent Walter/Incoming Licensee/../../Era Newspaper

1869/Thomas Henry Lack/../../../Post Office Directory

1877/William Butler/../../../Post Office Directory **

1881/Edwd Jas Hills/Cellerman/20/Finchley, Middlesex/Census
1881/Elizabeth Hills/Wife/21/St Clement Danes, Middlesex/Census
1881/Louisa Willis/Visitor, Wig Maker/16/Birmingham/Census

1882/Jas Stafford/../../../Post Office Directory

1884/Edwin Bailey/../../../Post Office Directory

1889/Henry Crockford/../../../Post Office Directory **

1891/Edgar Bassam/../../../Post Office Directory

1895/Edgar Bassam/../../../Post Office Directory

1899/Charles Pawson/../../../Post Office Directory

1910/Thomas Bishop/../../../Post Office Directory

1915/Thomas Samuel Johns/../../../Post Office Directory

1938/Mrs Selina Johns/../../../Post Office Directory

1944/Mrs Selina Johns/../../../Post Office Directory

Katie Ellen Deacon and her husband Dennis Deacon were the Licensed Victuallers, here at the "George 1V" from 1955 up until 1962 and when we were young, we used to visit them with our parents. Katie Ellen Deacon was Godmother to my Sister Sheila Carnaby (Parrs Head). *

From 1948 to 1952, Katie Deacon and Dennis Deacon were Licensed Victuallers at the "Preston Hotel", Preston Road, Wembley. (now 161 London Road). From 1953 to 1962 Katie Deacon and Dennis Deacon were Licensed Victuallers at the Kings Arms, 82 Tottenham Court Road. *

Over the years they had multiple pubs at the same time:

1955, the Regency Arms 53 to 55 Regency Street, SW1. *

1959 to 1962 "Devonshire Arms", 7 Duke Street, Manchester Square W1 and the "Princess of Wales", 27 Villiers Street, WC2. *

1963 to 1965 "Coach and Horses", Hill Street, W1 (Their residence was 5 Hill Street). *

They then retired to Ramsgate where Dennis died in 1969 aged 64 years and Katie later died in 1994 aged 95 years. *


* Provided By John Carnaby

** Provided By Stephen Harris

 

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