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Blue Posts, 4 Fulwoods rents, Holborn WC1

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In the 1841 census, Fulwood rents are after 39 to 34 Holborn in the enumeration. The licence was declared to be forfeited in 1841.

A listing of historical public houses, Taverns, Inns, Beer Houses and Hotels in Holborn - St Andrew, London.

Residents at this address

12 September 1810/Insured: Anselmn Bailey, The Blue Posts, Fulwoods Rents, Holborn victualler

1811/I Bailey, Blue Posts, Fulwoods rents, Holborn/../../Holdens Directory

17 May 1815/Insured: George Pilborough, the Blue Post, Fulwoods Rents Holborn, victualler

1832/Elizabeth Rhodes, Blue Posts, Fulwood Rents, Holborn/../../Robsons Directory

1833-34/Elizabeth Rhodes, Blue Posts, 4 Fulwoods rents, Holborn/../../Pigots Directory

1834/Rhodes, Blue Posts, Fulwood Rents/../../Robsons Directory

1838/Thomas Holbrook, Blue Posts, Fulwood Rents/../../Robsons Directory

1839/James Stroud, Blue Posts, 4 Fulwoods rents, Holborn/../../Pigots Directory

1840/James Stroud, Blue Posts, 4 Fulwood Rents/../../Robsons Directory

1841/Dan O'Brien/Publican/43/Ireland/Census
1841/Johann O'Brien/../18/Ireland/Census
1841/James Edward O'Brien/../15/Middlesex/Census
1841/Ellen O'Brien/../16/Middlesex/Census
1841/David O'Brien/../13/Middlesex/Census
1841/John O'Brien/../7/Middlesex/Census
1841/William Henry O'Brien/../5/Middlesex/Census
1841/Mary Howland/../60/../Census

1842/David O'Brien, beer retailer, 4 Fulwood Rents/../../Robsons Directory

Morning Advertiser 22 December 1841
Court of Excise Dec 21:
An Information charged David O'Brian who keeps the Blue Post beer shop, at Fulwoods rents, Holborn, with having sold spirits on his premises without a licence.
Two officers of excise having been called ad sworn, stated that on the 19th October last they went to the defendants house, where they were served with a glass of gin and water, for which they paid fourpence.
The officers also stated that on the 21st of october they called for and were served with gin and water at the house in question by the defendants daughter.
She poured the gin from a bottle which was amongst a number of others, that appeared also to contain spiritous liquors, and gave it to them without hesitation.
The defendant, who did not deny the statement made by the officers was fined in the penalty of one pound for the first and twelve pounds ten shillings for the second offence.
His licence was also declared to be forfeited.


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