All public house, restaurants, bars etc closed for the forseeable future from 20th March 2020, but this is a pub history site.
Poplar pub history index
Existed from at least 1839. At 76 Brunswick Street in 1861 census
Historical London public houses, Taverns, Inns, Beer Houses and Hotels.
Residents at this address.
1833-34/Hannah Ingram/../../../Pigotís Directory
1836/Hannah Ingram/../../../Pigotís Directory
1839/Hannah Ingram/../../../Pigotís Directory **
1842/Hannah Ingram/../../../Robsonís Directory **
1852/John Millett/../../../Watkinís Directory **
1851/John Millett/../../../Kellys Directory
November 1852/John Millett/Outgoing Licensee/../../Era Newspaper
November 1852/Henry Boase/Incoming Licensee/../../Era Newspaper
1856/Henry Boase/../../../Post Office Directory
July 1858/Thomas Caton/Ship, Brunswick Street, five false measures, fined 30s/../../East London Observer
1861/Sarah Ann Caton/Daughter/15/Middlesex/Census
1861/Mary Ann Caton/Daughter/11/Middlesex/Census
1862/Thomas John Caton/../../../P.O. Directory **
1869/Thomas John Caton/../../../Post Office Directory
1871/Thomas Caton/Licensed Victualler/53/Poplar/Census
1871/Thomas Caton/Son, Shipwright/23/Poplar/Census
1876/Mrs Catherine Caton/../../../P.O. Directory **
July 1878/C Caton/Outgoing Licensee/../../East London Observer
July 1878/T J Caton/Incoming Licensee/../../East London Observer
The son, Thomas Caton is at the Captain Man of War by the 1881 census.
** Provided By Stephen Harris