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The 1861 census lists it as  Ship Tavern (Ship Court), Milford Lane. *

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

Residents at this address.

1843/John Adams/Ship P. H. Essex wharf, Milford lane, Strand/../../Post Office Directory

1848/Keturah Fricker/../../../Post Office Directory *

1851/Keturah Fricker/../../../Kellys Directory *

1851/Keturah Fricker/ Head, Victualler/ 58/ Box, Wiltshire/ census  *
1851/Narcissa Fricker/ dau, At home/ 28/ Bradford, Wiltshire/ census
1851/Edward Fricker/ Son, At home/ 21/ Bradford, Wiltshire/ census
1851/Francis Fricker/ Son, At home/ 17/ Bradford, Wiltshire/ census
1851/Sophia Harding/ Grandaughter/ 4/ London/ census
1851/Fanny Obey/ Lodger, Retired bricklayer's wife/ 68/ Morland/ Kent/ census
1851/Alfred Hunt/ Lodger, Waterman/ 21/ London/ census
1851/John Mahony/ Lodger, ? clark/ 28/ London/ census
1851/Mary Ann Hill/ Visiter, Dye maker/ 37/ Bath/ census
1851/Amelia Bond/ Visiter, Dye maker/ 29/ Bath/ census

1856/Keturah Fricker/../../../Post Office Directory

1861 census - Ship Tavern (Ship Court), Milford Lane, Westminster St Clement Danes *
1861/Keturah Fricker/ Head, Victualler/ 68/ Box, Wiltshire/ census
1861/Narcissa Fricker/ Dau/ 39/ Bradford, Wiltshire/ census
1861/Francis Fricker/ Son, Barman/ 27/ Bradford, Wiltshire/ census
1861/Charles Jones/ Serv, Potman/ 19/ Oswestry, Shropshire/ census

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