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Vine Tavern, 31 Mile End Road, Mile End E1

Mile End Pubs history

The Vine is thought to have been present by 1625, this pub was demolished in 1903. ***

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

Vine Tavern, Mile End Road - provided by Philip Mernick

Kindly provided by Philip Mernick

Vine Tavern, Mile End Road - provided by Philip Mernick

Kindly provided by Philip Mernick

Another great picture of the Vine Tavern, Mile End

Another great picture of the Vine Tavern, Mile End

Kindly provided by John Carnaby

Of interest, A F Style is the brewery that supplied the Vine, from Maidstone in Kent. In 1899, it amalgamated with the Chatham Brewery to form Style & Winch

Residents at this address.

1832/Joseph Dyke / Victualler /../../Sun Fire Office Records, held at Guildhall Library ***

1839/Jos. Dyke/../../../Pigotís Directory ***

1841/Joseph Dyke/../../../P.O. Directory ***

1851/Henry Drake/../../../Kelly's

1852/Henry Roake/../../../Watkins Directory ***

1856/Henry Roake/../../../Post Office Directory

1869/Henry Roake/../../../Post Office Directory

1875/Henry Roake / Wine Merchant /../../London Gazette, 22 October 1875 ***

1876/Henry Roake/../../../P.O. Directory ***

1881/Richard W Roakes/Beer & Wine Retailer/46/Chertsey, Surrey/Census
1881/Emily Roakes/Wife/49/Shropham, Norfolk/Census
1881/Joseph T Roakes/Son, Cabinet Maker/18/Dalston, Middlesex/Census
1881/Henry J Roakes/Son, Printer/15/Bow, Middlesex/Census
1881/Henry J Roakes/Daughter/12/Old Ford, Middlesex/Census
1881/Richard W Roakes/Son, Painter/24/Camden Town, Middlesex/Census
1881/Fanny Banks/General Servant/71/Southwark, Surrey/Census

Sarah Ann Roake was my great Grandmother. She was married to Joseph Martin, a marine engineer, who died at the age of 40, leaving Sarah with 4 young children. She married Richard Roake in 1888, only to be widowed again in 1893. She later ran the Fox & Hounds in Woodford Bridge **

1882/Richard William Roake/../../../Post Office Directory

1888/Richard William Roake/../../../P.O. Directory ***

1891/Richard W Roake/Beer Retailer/56/Chertsey, Surrey/Census **
1891/Sarah A Roake/Wife/43/Stepney, London/Census
1891/Emily Martin/Daughter/12/Leytonstone, London/Census
1891/Fred Martin/Son/10/Leytonstone, London/Census
1891/Ada Martin/Daughter/6/Leytonstone, London/Census
1891/James Martin/Son/3/Leytonstone, London/Census

1894/James Oulton Woodhead/../../../P.O. Directory ***

1901/Walter G Newnam/Publican/38/Southwark/Census
1901/Selina Newnam/Wife/36/Somerset/Census
1901/Ella Newnam/Daughter/5/Bethnal Green/Census
1901/Crassy Joseph/Domestic Servant/23/Mile End/Census
1901/May Gosling/Domestic Servant/17/Old Ford/Census

A picture of the Vine Tavern on Mile End Waste, near the corner of Cambridge Heath Road, which was demolished in 1903.

** Provided by John Martin

*** Provided By Stephen Harris


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