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King of Prussia, 5 & 6 Garth Street, Shadwell

Shadwell index

The address is at 5 & 6 Dean street until about 1878, then changes to 5 & 6 Garth street . Garth street disappears at some time, possibly around 1910.

A listing of historical public houses, Taverns, Inns, Beer Houses and Hotels in Shadwell, London - in East London.

The following entries are in this format:

Year/Publican or other Resident/Relationship to Head and or Occupation/Age/Where Born/Source.

1805/E Barnes, the King of Prussia, Dean street, Shadwell/../../Holdens Directory

1811/William Barnes, King of Prussia, Bell wharf, Lower Shadwell/../../Holdens Directory

1833-34/William Barnes, King of Prussia, Dean Street, Shadwell/../../Pigots Directory

1848/John Leitch/../../../Post Office Directory

1851/John Leitch/../../../Kellys Directory

1851/John Leitch/Licensed Victualler/51/Tynemouth, Northumberland/Census
1851/Mary Leitch/Wife/59/Winbaton, Durham/Census
1851/Mary Leitch/Daughter/20/Tynemouth, Northumberland/Census
1851/Bridget Vernell/General Servant/17/Shadwell, Middlesex/Census
1851/Charles Barker/Lodger, Master Mariner/50/North Shields, Northumberland/Census
1851/William J Dinis/Visitor/5/Bermondsey, Surrey/Census

1856/Mrs M Leitch/../../../Post Office Directory

May 1859/Robert Beale and William Ford/Outgoing Licensee/../../Era Newspaper

May 1859/Robert Beale/Incoming Licensee/../../Era Newspaper

November 1860/Robert Beale/Outgoing Licensee/../../East London Observer *

November 1860/John Fleming/Incoming Licensee/../../East London Observer *

March 1862/Elizabeth Mary Clark/Outgoing Licensee/../../East London Observer *

March 1862/Timothy Hayes/Incoming Licensee/../../East London Observer *

March 1867/Elizabeth Mary Hayes, administratrix of Timothy Hayes, late occupier/Outgoing Licensee/../../Era Newspaper

March 1867/John Jennings/Incoming Licensee/../../Era Newspaper

1869/William Henry Jones/../../../Post Office Directory

January 1873/John Augustine Caffin/Outgoing Licensee/../../East London Observer *

January 1873/Robert Nelson Stratton/Incoming Licensee/../../East London Observer *

January 1874/Robert Nelson Stratton/Outgoing Licensee/../../East London Observer

January 1874/Elijah Rudkin/Incoming Licensee/../../East London Observer

October 1878/James Terry/Outgoing Licensee/../../East London Observer

October 1878/George Slack/Incoming Licensee/../../East London Observer

1882/George Slack/../../../Post Office Directory

1891/William Pass/../../../Post Office Directory

1891/William Pass/Licensed Victualler/37/Bethnal Green, London/Census
1891/Elizabeth Pass/Wife/31/../Census
1891/Jessie Pass/Son/5/Shadwell, London/Census
1891/Lillian Pass/Daughter/3 months/Shadwell, London/Census
1891/Mary Evans/Niece, Barmaid/17/Bethnal Green, London/Census
1891/Lucy Wilson/General Servant/36/Soke Newington, London/Census
1891/Sarah Smith/General Servant/16/Stepney, London/Census

George Evans (1860-1924) was an Undertaker, living and working at 15 High Street, Stepney, just a couple of doors away from the Crown and Dolphin.
His family had very close marital connections with the Pass, Terry and Carnaby families, all publicans. Most of the of the above families were buried by Evans Undertakers in Manor Park, Cemetery. *

When he married in 1895, was Licensed Victualler of the King of Prussia, Garth Street, Shadwell. In 1901 to 1902 he was the "Beer House Keeper" at the Royal Arms, 1 Rollo Street, Battersea. 1904-1907 he had the Crown and Dolphin, 10 Stepney High Street. 1908 to at least 1914, he was the "Beer House Keeper" at the Duke of Richmond, 135 Earls Court Road. *

1924 George Evan died at the White Horse, 48 White Horse Road, E1, owned by his Sister in Law, Selina Godier (nee Pass and nee Evans). Also Probate to
Selina, effects £222-18s. *

1899/George Bennett/../../../Post Office Directory

1904/William Alfred Pass of the "King of Prussia" Garth street Shadwell Middlesex died 9 May 1904 Probate London 26 May to Elizabeth Esther Pass widow Effects £123 15s

1910/Edmund Noddle/../../../Post Office Directory

An Edmund Noddle, aged 22 is working as barman at the Royal Mortar, in Southwark in the 1911 census.



+ Provided by Friends of Tower Hamlets Cemetery Park

* Provided By John Carnaby

** Provided By Stephen Harris

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