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Admiral Napier, 56 Chapel street, Clerkenwell N1

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Although not named in any census returns, by the 1881 census this has become a "coffee palace", and as such it is named as the Admiral Napier in the 1882 Post Office directory. This may therefore have been its name when it was a beer house earlier in its existence. The street is now called Chapel Market. *

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Residents at this address.

1842/James Downes/beer retailer/../../Robson's Directory *

1848/Joseph Holdom/beer retailer/../../Post Office Directory *

1851/John Ellis/Ale & Porter Retailer/27/Parwich, Derbyshire/Census *
1851/Richard Simmonds/Visitor (Widower)/59/Northstoke, Oxfordshire/Census
1851/Francis Ellis/Brother, Carpenter/23/Parwich, Derbyshire/Census

1856/John Ellis/beer retailer/../../Post Office Directory *

1869/Edward Barman/beer retailer/../../Post Office Directory *

1871/Henry Miller/Beer House Keeper/39/Suffolk/Census *
1871/Julia Miller/Wife/38/County Kerry, Ireland/Census
1871/Henry W. Miller/Son, Errand Boy/12/St Anne, Soho/Census
1871/Charles J. Miller/Son/10/St Anne, Soho/Census
1871/Julia L. Miller/Daughter/7/Islington/Census
1871/George P. Miller/Son/5/Hatfield, Hertfordshire/Census
1871/Thomas E. Miller/Son/2/Hatfield, Hertfordshire/Census
1871/Mary Shea/Visitor/38/County Kerry, Ireland/Census

1882/London & Provincial Coffee Palace Co. Limited/../../../Post Office Directory *


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