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Queens Arms, 202 Mile End road, Mile End E1

Mile End Pubs history

This pub is now demolished, possibly the Oathill or Oakhill - see 1891 census. **

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

Residents at this address.

1869/George Jas Case/Beer Retailer/../../Post Office Directory

1871/George J Case/Beer House Keeper/42/Gillingham, Kent/Census
1871/Mary Case/Wife/41/Bridport, Dorset/Census
1871/Celia E Case/Daughter/15/Peterboro, Northumberland/Census
1871/George D Case/Son/13/Hordsell, Northumberland/Census
1871/Laura Case/Daughter/11/Hordsell, Northumberland/Census
1871/Rosina Case/Daughter/5/Blackwall/Census
1871/Wm J Case/Son/3/Mile End/Census
1871/Jessie L Case/Daughter/1/Mile End/Census
1871/Donald Carmichael/Lodger, Draper/32/../Census

1876/John Thos. Higgins/Beer Retailer/../../P.O. Directory **

1877/Horace Gooderham / Formerly Beer Retailer, now of No Occupation /../../London Gazette, 23 March 1877 **

1888/Hy. Augustus Carless/Beer Retailer/../../P.O. Directory **

1891/Alfred William Jones/../../../P.O. Directory **

1891/Alfred W Jones/Beer Retailer, Proprietor/23/St Georges, London/Census
1891/John Hounslow/Potman/24/Mile End, London/Census
1891/Emma E Hounslow/General Servant/16/Spitalfields, London/Census
1891/Emma E Hounslow/Daughter/1/Hackney, London/Census

1894/James Adams/../../../P.O. Directory **

1895/James Adams / Beer Retailer /../../Post Office Directory **

1901/Thomas J Ravenhill/Publican/27/Mile End, London/Census
1901/Louise R Ravenhill/Wife/26/Mile End, London/Census
1901/Louise S Ravenhill/Daughter/8/Mile End, London/Census
1901/Nelly A Ravenhill/Daughter/5/Mile End, London/Census
1901/Thomas J Ravenhill/Son/2/Mile End, London/Census
1901/Joseph R Ravenhill/Son/9 months/Mile End, London/Census
1901/Henrietta Jackson/Servant/23/Devonport/Census

My great grandfather ran this pub from 1908/9. and brought up his family on the site. During his time I am assured it was the Queens Arms. My grandmother having been married from there. Charles Bannister had worked for the brewery, I don't know the name, as a brewer and brewers traveller before becoming the tennant. After he retired we know he was heavily involved in showing Horse Drawn Brewers Dreys. *

1910/Charles Bannister/../../../P.O. Directory **

1911/Charles Bannister/Beer Retailer/44/Essex/Census
1911/Mary Ann Bannister/Wife/52/Bethnal Green, London/Census
1911/Charles G Bannister/Son, Clerk/21/Whitechapel, London/Census
1911/Frederick Bannister/Son, Clerk/16/Bethnal Green, London/Census
1911/George Bannister/Son, Clerk/15/Mile End New Town, London/Census
1911/Florence Bannister/Daughter/10/Whitechapel, London/Census

1917/Charles Bannister/Beer Retailer/../../P.O. Directory **

1921/Charles Bannister/Beer Retailer/../../P.O. Directory **

1925/George Henry Carter/Beer Retailer/../../Post Office Directory

1930/Albert O Stayte/Beer Retailer/../../Post Office Directory


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** Provided By Stephen Harris

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