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Admiral Keppel, 232 Hoxton Street, Shoreditch N1

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at 100 Old Hoxton Town in 1862 & earlier; It was established by the 1820s and closed in 2004. It is now in residential use. ***

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

Admiral Keppel, 232 Hoxton Street, N1 - in 1930 and has A E Hammond's name over the door

Admiral Keppel, 232 Hoxton Street, N1 - in 1930 and has A E Hammond's name over the door

Admiral Keppel, 232 Hoxton Street, N1 - in May 2007

Admiral Keppel, 232 Hoxton Street, N1 - in May 2007

Both kindly provided by Stephen Harris

The following entries are in this format:

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

1800/Lister Symondson/victualler/../../Sun Fire Office records held at the London Metropolitan Archives *+

My Fifth Great Grandfather John Bridgman owned the Inn in 1823. He was born circa 1750 and died in 1823. He was a tallow chandler as were his two brothers Samuel and William Bridgman. The following is a transcript from his will " John Bridgman of Mill Yard Goodmans Fields in the Parish of Saint Mary White Chapel, in the County of Middlesex Gentleman :
"I give devise and bequeath unto my son Isaac Bridgeman of the Forest of Deane near Gloucester lately one Mossuage and then a public house and called or known by the name or sign of The Admiral Keppel To hold the same with his appurtenances unto my said son Isaac Bridgman his heirs and assigns forever. Together with all fixtures and Brewing utensils therein." **+

1825/Mrs Potter/../../../Licensed Victuallers Association

1827/Mrs Potter/../../../Licensed Victuallers Association

1833-34/Ann Potter, Admiral Keppel, 100 Hoxton Old Town/../../Pigots Directory

1839/David Ray/../../../Pigots Directory

1841/William Hobbs/../../../Post Office Directory *+

1842/David Ray/Admiral Keppel, 100 Hoxton Old Town/../../Hobsons Directory

1846/William Finch/../../../Post Office Directory *+

1848/William Finch/../../../Post Office Directory *+

1851/William Finch/Admiral Keppel, 100 Hoxton Old Town/../../Kellys Directory

1856/William Finch/../../../Post Office Directory

May 1861/William Finch/Outgoing Licensee/../../East London Observer

May 1861/John Benyon/Incoming Licensee/../../East London Observer

1862/John Benyon/../../../Post Office Directory

August 1862/John Benyon/Outgoing Licensee/../../Era 

August 1862/Henry Fuller/Incoming Licensee/../../Era 

1869/H Fuller/../../../Post Office Directory

March 1871/Henry Fuller, late occupier/Outgoing Licensee /../../Morning Advertiser

March 1871/Ann Roberts, administratrix of Henry Fuller/ Incoming Licensee /../../Morning Advertiser

1874/Ann Roberts/../../../Licensed Victualler & Hotelier Directory

October 1875/Ann Roberts/Outgoing Licensee/../../East London Observer

October 1875/Frank Goddard/Incoming Licensee/../../East London Observer

March 1877/Frank Goddard/Outgoing Licensee/../../East London Observer

March 1877/Henry Hall/Incoming Licensee/../../East London Observer

According to the 1871 census, my g.g. grandfather Henry Hall was a licensed victualler at the Jolly Butchers pub in Stoke Newington High Street, Hackney. Henry Hall died in 1879 and at the time of his death, he was the licensed victualler at the Admiral Keppel in Hoxton, Shoreditch. On the 1881 census, Henry Hall's son, (also named Henry) was the licensed victualler at the Admiral Keppel. My g.g. grandfather Henry Hall had a son named Richard Hall who was the licensed victualler at the Jolly Butchers in 1883. My g.g. grandfather Henry Hall was married twice. After Henry's death, his second wife Beatrice remarried Joshua Evans. Joshua was the licensed victualler of the Cricketers Arms at Newington Butts in 1891.  ***

Henry Hall:
Personal Estate under �4000.
A will dated 24 September 1868 proved at the Principal Registry October 1881.

9 January. Administration of the Personal Estate of Henry Hall late of the "Admiral Keppel", 232 Hoxton High Street in the County of Middlesex. Licensed Victualler who died 22 December 1879 at 12 Wilmer Gardens, Hoxton in the said County was granted at the Principal registry to Henry Hall of Bromley House, Gunnersbury Lane, Acton in the said County Cowkeeper the son and one of the next of kin. ***

1879/Henry Hall/../../../Death Certificate ***

In the 1881 census, my ancestors, Henry, Frederick and Richard Hall were at the Admiral Keppel Pub in Shoreditch Hoxton. Henry Hall died in 1890 and according to the National Probate Calendar, he was a Licensed Victualler at the Askew Arms, Uxbridge Road, Hammersmith at the time of his death. His brother Frederick Hall was a Licensed Victualler at "The Cock" Tavern on Holloway Road. in 1890. I know these are my ancestors because the names of the children and widow, Emma Hall, are the same names that were listed on the 1881 and 1891 census'. **

1880/Henry Hall/../../../Post Office Directory ***

1881/Henry Hall/Licensed Victualler/29/Hammersmith, Middlesex/Census
1881/Mary Ann Hall/Wife/28/Croydon, Surrey/Census
1881/Emma Hall/Daughter/3/Hackney, Middlesex/Census
1881/Henry Arthur Hall/Son/11 months/Hackney, Middlesex/Census
1881/Frederick Hall/Brother, Licenced Victualler/25/Hammersmith, Middlesex/Census
1881/Martha Emma Hall/Brothers wife/22/Croydon, Surrey/Census
1881/Richard Hall/Brother, Barman/21/Hammersmith, Middlesex/Census
1881/Mary Davey/Barmaid/24/Bromley, Middlesex/Census

1882/Hall Brothers/../../../Post Office Directory

1884/Frank Barnes/../../../Post Office Directory

1891/James Forward/../../../Post Office Directory

1894/Frederick George Mazdon/../../../Post Office Directory **

1895/Frederick George Mazdon/../../../Post Office Directory **

1899/John Regan/../../../Post Office Directory

1900/Geo Henry Sanders/../../../Post Office Directory ***

1910/Arthur Edward Hammond/../../../Post Office Directory

1911/Arthur Edward Hammond/Licensed Victualler/34/Hoxton, London/Census
1911/Lottie Agnes Hammond/Wife, Assistant/35/Hoxton, London/Census
1911/Arthur Harry John Hammond/Son/2/Hoxton, London/Census
1911/Martha Powell/Wifes Mother, Housekeeper. Widow/66/Deptford, Kent/Census

1914/Arthur Edward Hammond/../../../Post Office Directory

1915/Arthur Edward Hammond/../../../Post Office Directory *+

1921/Arthur Edward Hammond/../../../Post Office Directory

1927/Arthur Edward Hammond/../../../Post Office Directory

1934/Arthur Edward Hammond/../../../Kelly's

1938/Arthur Edward Hammond/../../../Post Office Directory

My Aunt Lilian Rose Croll was licensee to both the Admiral Keppel, 232 Hoxton Street, Shoreditch and the Kings Arms, 295 Hoxton Street, Shoreditch in the mid 1900s. She also had another pub which I believe was The Queen Victoria. There is a photo taken outside the Kings Arms of all the male customers who appear to be going off on a Pub Outing. *

1944/Mrs L R Croll/../../../Post Office Directory

1944/Mrs L R Croll/../../../BT Telephone Directory [CLErknwl 3521]

1946/Mrs L R Croll/../../../BT Telephone Directory [CLErknwl 3521]

1947/Mrs L R Croll/../../../BT Telephone Directory [CLErknwl 3521]

1949/Mrs L R Croll/../../../BT Telephone Directory [CLErknwl 3521]

1950/Mrs L R Croll/../../../BT Telephone Directory [CLErknwl 3521]

Mrs Croll is next at 78 Hows Street for a number of years


* Provided By Carol Stocker

*+ Provided By Ewan

**+ Provided By Delwyn Bergman

** Provided By Laurel Lahay

*** Provided By Stephen Harris

 Provided By Kevan

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