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1 Langley Place, Commercial Road east, Mile End E1

Mile End Pubs history

This would have been located on the eastern side of the intersection with modern Weyhill Road (formerly Mulberry Street), on the north side of Commercial Road. [To give closer detail, the Duke of Clarence was at 14 Langley Place]. *

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

Residents at this address.

1856/John Henry Opperman/beer retailer/../../Post Office Directory *

1861/William R. Hablet/Beer House Keeper/34/Plymouth, Devon/Census *
1861/Lydia Hablet/Wife/30/Stepney, Middlesex/Census
1861/Lydia Ann Hablet/Daughter/5/Stepney, Middlesex/Census
1861/Mary Ann Hablet/Daughter/3/Stepney, Middlesex/Census

1869/Jacob W. Than/Beer Retailer/../../Post Office Directory

1871/Jacob W. Than/Beer Retailer/39/Germany/Census *
1871/Fanny Than/Wife/38/Woburn, Bedfordshire/Census
1871/Charles Than/Son/7 1/2/Germany/Census
1871/William Than/2 1/4/London/Census
1871/Christine Nagelhout/Relative, Servant/19/Germany/Census
1871/George Than/Relative, Turner/22/Germany/Census
1871/John Gellings/Lodger, Carpenter/19/Germany/Census
1871/Charles Mohr/Lodger, Journeyman Baker/24/Germany/Census
1871/Henry Hirsch/Lodger, Journeyman Baker/25/Germany/Census
1871/Adam Andreas/Lodger,Journeyman Baker/26/Germany/Census


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