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Vine Hotel, 70 Bishopsgate street Within, St Ethelburga EC2N

St Ethelburga Index

The Vine Tap is at 69 Bishopsgate Street Within in 1841

A listing of historical London public houses, Taverns, Inns, Beer Houses and Hotels in St Ethelburga parish, City of London. The St Ethelburga, City of London Public House Trade Directory uses information from census, Trade Directories and History to add licensees, bar staff, Lodgers and Visitors.

The following entries are in this format:

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

1841/Henry Emberson/Vine Tap/../../Post Office Directory

My great grandfather (x5) - William Packman was proprietor of the Vine Inn, 70 (or 68/69) Bishopsgate Within, in the 1841  census. I have also found a reference to a bankruptcy in The London Gazette in the 1830's which refers to a William Packman of The Three Tuns Tavern, Jewry Street, although I haven't yet been able to establish that this was 'my' William Packman, it seems very likely. William Packman died in 1846 and the proprietorship of The Vine Inn appears to have passed to his son, Charles John Packman (my great grandfather x4) (1851 census). By the time of the 1861 census Charles John Packman had taken over proprietorship of the White Horse, Islington - part of the Metropolitan Cattle Market which had been built in 1855.  *

Vine Hotel :

1841/William Packman/Victualler/50/../Census
1841/Jane Packman/../65/../Census
1841/Louisa Packman/../5/Middlesex/Census
1841/Eliza Martin/Female Servant/20/../Census
1841/Jane Marshall/Female Servant/35/Middlesex/Census
1841/Mary Howser/Female Servant/30/../Census
1841/Richard Diggins/Male Servant/40/../Census
1841/George Boulter/Male Servant/30/../Census

1841/Wm Packman/Vine Inn & Waggon Ofice/../../Post Office Directory

1843/Wm Packman/../../../Post Office Directory

1851/Charles Packman/../../../Kellys Directory

1851/Charles J Packman/Inn Keeper/46/Aldgate, London/Census
1851/Sarah Packman/Wife/44/Boreham, Essex/Census
1851/Mary Packman/Daughter/15/Bow, Middlesex/Census
1851/Jane Packman/Daughter/17/Little Warley, Essex/Census
1851/Edward Packman/Son/13/Brentwood, Essex/Census
1851/Elizabeth Crooks/Sister in Law, Farmers Wife/64/Boreham, Essex/Census
1851/William Buttle/Nephew, Farmers Son/24/Boreham, Essex/Census
1851/John Keen/Lodger, Farmer/54/Somersetshire/Census
1851/May Spenger/Barmaid/40/Hatfield, Essex/Census
1851/James Savall/Porter/21/Baddow, Essex/Census
1851/William Savall/Porter/19/Baddow, Essex/Census
1851/Caroline Weaver/Chambermaid/20/Shropshire/Census
1851/Bridgete Norton/Cook/40/Limerick, Ireland/Census
1851/Jonathan Radcliff/Lodger, Commercial Traveller/28/Lancashire/Census

March 1854/Thomas Sandle/Outgoing Licensee/../../Era

March 1854/Charles John Packman/Incoming Licensee/../../Era

May 1855/Charles John Packman/Outgoing Licensee/../../Era

May 1855/Robert Parker/Incoming Licensee/../../Era

1856/Robert Parker/../../../Post Office Directory

October 1859/Frederick Mann/Outgoing Licensee/../../Era

October 1859/Edward Packman/Incoming Licensee/../../Era

April 1861/William Henry Turner/Outgoing Licensee/../../London City Press

April 1861/Charles John Packman/Incoming Licensee/../../London City Press

Vine Tap, 69 Bishopsgate Street :
1861/William Mack/Publican/33/Norfolk/Census
1861/Charlotte Mack/Wife/38/Essex/Census
1861/Martha Mack/Daughter/9/Essex/Census
1861/Alfred Mack/Son/7/Essex/Census
1861/William Mack/Son/8 months/London/Census

Vine Hotel, Bishopsgate Street :
1861/Frederic Mann/Hotel manager/41/Colchester/Census
1861/Janse Smith/Widow/40/Windsor/Census
1861/Mary Ann Allett/Cook/30/Croydon/Census
1861/Catherine Avery/General Servant/30/Galway, Ireland/Census
1861/Isaac marks/Visitor, General Dealer/43/Germany/Census
1861/Robert Bannoch/Waiter/23/Scotland/Census
1861/George Levitt/Waiter/25/London/Census
1861/William Carter/Waiter/31/London/Census
1861/Emma Ellis/Chambermaid/30/Nottingham/Census
1861/Eliza Bartlett/Visitor, Clergymans Wife/33/Clapham, Surrey/Census
1861/Ada E Bartlett/Visitor, Clergymans Daughter/4/Clapham, Surrey/Census
1861/Francis Sewell/Visitor, Traveller/47/Enfield/Census


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** Provided By Stephen Harris

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