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Hoop & Grapes, 112 St George street E1

St George in East Index

In 1843 & earlier, listed as 112 Ratcliff Highway, before renaming to 112 St George Street, on the north side close to Ratcliff street junction

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

Residents at this address

1811/James Lawson, victualler, 112 Ratcliffe highway/../../Holdens Directory

1827/Susan Lawson, Hoop and Grapes, 112 Ratcliff highway/../../Pigots Directory

1831/Susannah Lawson, Hoop and Bunch of Grapes, Ratcliff Highway, in addition to 2 guineas, 1 guinea/../../Licensed Victuallers Association

1832/S Lawson, Hoop & Grapes, 112 Ratcliff highway/../../../Robsons Directory

1839/Jas Hilton Lawson/../../../Pigots Directory

1841/Jas Hilton Lawson/../../../Kelly's Directory

1843/Jas Hilton Lawson/../../../Kelly's Directory

1851/Joseph Thomas Winter/../../../Kellys Directory

1851/Joseph Winter/Licensed Victualler/28/Hertford/Census
1851/Bridget Winter/Mother, Widow/64/Middlesex/Census
1851/Eliza Willmott/Barmaid/17/Middlesex/Census
1851/William Couch/Barman/20/Ling/Census
1851/Margaret Cotin/Servant/21/Ireland/Census

January 1854/Joachin Matthes/Outgoing Licensee/../../Era

January 1854/David Gray/Incoming Licensee/../../Era

1856/John Ward/../../../Post Office Directory

1862/John Ward/../../../Post Office Directory

October 1863/George Motion assignee of John Ward/Outgoing Licensee/../../East London Observer +

October 1863/James Shepherd/Incoming Licensee/../../East London Observer +

April 1865/James Shepherd/Outgoing Licensee/../../East London Observer +

April 1865/George Alison/Incoming Licensee/../../East London Observer +

November 1867/Henry King/Outgoing Licensee/../../Era

November 1867/Thomas Thompson/Incoming Licensee/../../Era

1869/Thomas Thompson/../../../Post Office Directory

October 1875/Thomas Thompson/Outgoing Licensee/../../East London Observer

October 1875/Mirza Parrott/Incoming Licensee/../../East London Observer

8th July 1876/Mirza Parrott/Outgoing Licensee/../../East London Observer +

8th July 1876/Thomas Clegg/Incoming Licensee/../../East London Observer +

1882/Henry Johns/../../../Post Office Directory

1891/Walter Knight/../../../Post Office Directory

1891/William H Davis/Licensed Victualler/60/Westerham, Kent/Census
1891/Fanny Davis/Wife/42/Gravesend, Kent/Census
1891/William H Davis/Son, Barman/23//Census
1891/Flora Davis/Daughter/11/Gravesend, Kent/Census
1891/Fanny Davis/Daughter/7/Gravesend, Kent/Census
1891/Jane Davis/Daughter/2/St George in East, London/Census
1891/Henry Filak/Visitor, Barman/23/Gravesend, Kent/Census

1895/Walter Knight/../../../Post Office Directory

1899/Edward Field/../../../Post Office Directory

1900/Thomas William Earle/../../../Post Office Directory

1901/James Grant/Publican/54/Ulberston, Lancashire/Census
1901/Thomas O Parsons/Manager/28/Fulham/Census
1901/William Clarke/Barman & Potman/26/Maidenhead, Berks/Census

1904/James Flower, of no fixed abode, and described as a commission agent, was charged with being a suspected person, and with falsely representing himself to be an officer of the Inland Revenue, supposed for the purpose of attempting to obtain, fraudulently, a sum of money from Ellis Frederick Rodwell, a licensed victualler, 112 St George St, E, - The latter said that the prisoner, who was a stranger to him, came into his house and ordered twopennyworth of whisky. The prisoner then said, “I am the collector of King’s taxes. I have called previously, but I did not see you. I saw a thin man on that occasion.” – James Cartledge, manager to the last witness, said that the prisoner called in the absence of the proprietor and asked for the payment of the income tax which was owing by Mr Rodwell. The prisoner described himself as Mr “John” Jackson, of 122, Minories. – Mr. Joseph Jackson, surveyor of taxes, of 122, Minories, said that the prisoner was a stranger to him, and he had no authority to act on behalf of the commissioners. – Detective William Cridland stated that he took the prisoner into custody. On being searched he found the memo book and eight forms relating to the Inland Revenue Office. – Previous convictions having been proved against the prisoner for similar offences, he was subsequently sentenced to three months’ imprisonment. *

1905/Ellis Frederick Rodwell/../../../Post Office Directory

1910/Mrs Florence Sadler/../../../Post Office Directory

1911/Samuel Biddle/Licensed Victualler/47/Harbury/Census
1911/Emma Biddle/Wife/49/Loxley/Census
1911/Samuel Biddle/Son, Potman/19/Sherbourn/Census
1911/Percy Biddle/Son/14/Goldicote/Census
1911/Gertrude Biddle/Daughter/11/Goldicote/Census


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And Last updated on: Sunday, 22-Nov-2020 12:00:36 GMT