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Red Lion, 196 & 197 St George street E1

St George in East Index

The Red Lion is near to the corner of Pell Street, which is virtually opposite Breezers Hill ; and opposite the Red Lion, later referred to as in Pennington Street. The very early address is at Ratcliff Highway

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

1805/S Edwards, victualler, 197 Ratcliff highway/../../Holdens Directory

1811/John Boyce, victualler, 197 Ratcliff highway/../../Holdens Directory

1829/John James Boyce, Red Lion, 197 Ratcliff highway/../../Robsons Directory

1832/Boyce, Red Lion, 197 Ratcliff highway/../../Robsons Directory

1833-34/John Boyce, Red Lion, 197 Ratcliff highway/../../Pigot's Directory

1834/Mr Henry Hogg/Red Lion, Ratcliff Highway /../../Licensed Victuallers Association

1836/Albert Briebach, Red Lion, 197 Ratcliff highway/../../Pigot's Directory

1842/Thomas Balance/Red Lion, 197 Ratcliff Highway /../../Robsons Directory

1843/Thomas Balance/Red Lion, 197 & 198 Ratcliff Highway /../../Post Office Directory

1848/James Morris/Red Lion, 196 & 197 St Georges street/../../Post Office Directory

1849/James Morris/Red Lion, 196 & 197 St George Street/../../Post Office Directory

1849/Timothy J Phillips/Red Lion, 196 & 197 St George Street/../../Post Office Directory

1851/Thomas Heritage/../../../Kelly's

1852/Edmund Jermyn/Red Lion, 196 & 197 St George Street/../../Post Office Directory

1853/Edmund Jermyn/Red Lion, 196 & 197 St George Street/../../Post Office Directory

1856/Robert Wisker/../../../Post Office Directory

September 1860/George William Matthews/Outgoing Licensee/../../Era

September 1860/Johann Bullwinkel/Incoming Licensee/../../Era

The Red Lion, Breezers Hill was run by Miss Mary Matilda Blinkhorn in 1869 & 1871 census; whilst this Red Lion at 196/197 St George Street is being run by Johann Bullwinkel; these two Pubs are effectively opposite each other. **

Johann Bullwinkel’s married Adeline Blinkhorn, who I think was Mary Matilda’s sister, and their son Johann is actually the John BW who bought and sold the Grapes. Which Red Lion did he inherit? 196/197 from his Father or Breezers Hill from his maiden Aunt? **

Adeline’s father was Benjamin Blinkhorn a soldier in the Grenadier guards, and some of his kids were born baptised in the Tower of London, so they have not been transcribed by the “docklands Ancestors” chaps, although other kids were Baptised at St George in the East church  **

1869/J Bullwinkel/../../../Post Office Directory

1871/Johann Bullwinkel/Licensed Victualler/52/Hanover (Naturalized British subject)/Census **
1871/Adeliece Bullwinkel/Wife/44/St Georges East, Middlesex/Census
1871/Adeliece Bullwinkel/Daughter/19/St Georges East, Middlesex/Census
1871/Johann Bullwinkel/Son, Clerk/17/St Georges East, Middlesex/Census
1871/Leo M Bullwinkel/Son/15/St Georges East, Middlesex/Census
1871/Edward A Bullwinkel/Nephew, Barman/21/Hanover/Census
1871/Benjamin Butler/Nephew/13/St Georges East, Middlesex/Census
1871/Eliza Morten/Domestic Servant, Widow/47/City of London/Census

August 1874/Johann Bullwinkle, deceased/Outgoing Licensee/../../East London Observer

August 1874/Henry Roszand and Johanna Arfman, executors of Johann Bullwinkle/Incoming Licensee/../../East London Observer

July 1879/Henry Bullwinkel/Outgoing Licensee/../../East London Observer

July 1879/Martin Heeseman/Incoming Licensee/../../East London Observer

1881/Marten Haseman/Licensed Victualler/52/Hanover/Census
1881/Elizabeth Haseman/Wife/47/London, Middlesex/Census
1881/Adelaide Haseman/Daughter/24/London, Middlesex/Census
1881/Mary E Haseman/Daughter/12/London, Middlesex/Census
1881/Henry E Haseman/Son/8/London, Middlesex/Census
1881/George Bullwinkle/Barman/21/Hanover/Census

1882/Martin Heeseman/../../../Post Office Directory

1884/Martin Heeseman/../../../Post Office Directory

1891/Mrs Cathrina Margretha Fieierabend/../../../Post Office Directory

1895/Mrs Cathrina Margretha Fieierabend/../../../Post Office Directory

The tenant of this pub from the 1890s until his death in 1907 was Abraham Golder. His wife, Fanny's brother was David Bloom, the tenant of the Kings Head at 128 Commercial Road. Abraham Golder died on March 9th 1907, according to his death certificate "having ruptured himself lifting a barrel of beer". Fanny Golder died after childbirth and reputedly of a broken heart in December 1907. ***

1899/Abraham Golder/../../../Post Office Directory

1901/Abraham Golder/Publican/35/Russia/Census
1901/Fanny Golder/Wife/33/Poland/Census
1901/Nathan Golder/Son/11/St Georges East, London/Census
1901/Harry Golder/Son/9/St Georges East, London/Census
1901/Hyman Golder/Son/7/St Georges East, London/Census
1901/Cissy Golder/Daughter/5/St Georges East, London/Census
1901/Nellie Golder/Daughter/3/Whitechapel, London/Census
1901/Lewis Golder/Son/1/Whitechapel, London/Census
1901/Cecilia Kutney/Mother in Law/60/Poland/Census
1901/Jacob Kutney/Father in Law/79/Poland/Census
1901/Rose Kutney/Sister in Law, Barmaid/18/Spitalfields, London/Census
1901/Annie Perkins/General Servant/50/Spitalfields, London/Census

1910/Alfred Goldstein/../../../Post Office Directory

1921/Alfred Parker/../../../Post Office Directory


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