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Three Tuns, 36 Jewry street, St Katherine Creechurch EC3

St Katharine Creechurch pub history index

The pub was present by 1747, and it was rebuilt in its present form in 1939 then re-named Hennessy's in 2003. ** The old Roman London Wall runs through the beer cellar and has been preserved behind a large perspex panel. It reverted back to the name, the Three Tuns. ***

A listing of historical London public houses, Taverns, Inns, Beer Houses and Hotels in  St Katherine Creechurch parish, City of London.

Three Tuns, 36 Jewry Street

Three Tuns, 36 Jewry Street

Hennessy's, 36 Jewry Street - in September 2006

Hennessy's, 36 Jewry Street - in September 2006

Kindly provided by Stephen Harris

Three Tuns, 36 Jewry Street EC3 - in June 2014

Three Tuns, 36 Jewry Street EC3 - in June 2014

Kindly provided by Tris

Residents at this address

1805/D Greenaway, Three Tuns, Jewry street, Aldgate/../../Holdens Directory

1807/Thomas Cross/../../../Sun Fire Office records held at Guildhall Library **

1808/Drummond / Victualler/../../Sun Fire Office records held at Guildhall Library **

1817/Steele / Victualler/../../Sun Fire Office records held at Guildhall Library **

1824/Henry Horne / formerly Innkeeper/../../London Gazette, 3 August 1824 **

1825/Mr Packman, Three Tuns, Jewry street, Aldgate/../../Licensed Victuallers Association

1827/William Packman, Three Tuns Tavern, and wine and brandy merchant, 36 Jewry street, Aldgate/../../Pigot's Directory

1829/William Packman, Three Tuns, 36 Jewry street, Aldgate/../../Robsons Directory

Westmorland Gazette 02 January 1830 - Bankrupts :
W Packman, late of the Three Tuns Tavern, Jewry street, Aldgate, but now of Ludgate hill, tavern keeper.

Morning Advertiser 30 August 1831
Harlequin Steam Packet - Excursion for Pleasure to Southend, and land for three hours to view pier, &c and back before dark - Captain Corbin and Mr Poole (Steward), having been solicited by many families and Friends to make this select excursion, have fixed the same for Thursday, next, September 1. To prevent incovnience, the number of visitors will be limited - an early application for Tickets is therefore recommended. Tickets 6s each (Children half price), to be had of Captain Corbin, on board, and of the following Gentlemen:
Mr I Finney, Tottenham, Middlesex;
Mr Rusby, Ship Tavern, Water lane;
Mr Mount, Tower street; Mr Garland, Leadenhall market; Mr Merrell, Leadenhall market; Mr Parker, Mill lane, Tooley street;
Mr Cole, Lion and Lamb, Charles street, Horselydown;
Mr Cotton, White Swan, Deptford;
Me Eales, White Hart, Greenwich;
Mr Lutton, Salutation, Greenwich;
Mr F Sales, Woolwich;
Mr Saunders, Gloucester Arms, Kent road;
Mr Reeves, Kings Head, Stratford;
Mr Bird, Yorkshire Stingo, Paddington;
Mr Ward, Edgware road;
Mr Skearsley, Cheshire Cheese, Vinegar yard, Drury lane;
Mr Ward, Hatter, Clare street; Mr Cox, Crown street, Soho; Mr Cox, Carnaby market;
Mr Desormeaux, George and Vulture, Ratcliff highway;
Mr Clifton, Three Tuns, Jewry street;
Mr Carr, Bonner street;
Mr Mills, Barking Dog, Tabernacle walk;
Mr Kemp, Woolpack, St John street;
Mr Hurrell, City road;
Mr Waterfield, Ship and Half Moon, Woolwich;
Mr Mead, Lion and Lamb, Lewisham;
Mr Curtis, Rum Puncheon, Gravesend;
Mr Beadle, Erith;
Mr Gill, Fountain, Lower Sloane street, Chelsea;
and Mr Parsonage, 149 Old street, Goswell street;
The Vessel will leave the New Steam Packet Wharf, St Katherines, at Nine precisely.

1833-34/George William Clifton/../../../Pigots Directory

1836/James Sadd/../../../Pigots Directory

The Evening Chronicle 10 September 1835 :
Certificates - James Sadd, late of the Three Tuns, Jewry street, Aldgate, victualler

1839/William Meagre/../../../Pigots Directory

1841/William Meager/../../../P.O. Directory **

1841/William Meager/Tavern Keeper/30/../Census
1841/Charlotte Meager/../30/../Census
1841/Maria Meager/../4/Middlesex/Census
1841/Louise Meager/../2/Middlesex/Census
1841/Daniel Meager/../20/../Census
1841/Robert Meager/../14/../Census
1841/Harriett French/Female Servant/30/Middlesex/Census
1841/Mary Pepper/Female Servant/15/Middlesex/Census

February 1847/John Widdicombe/Outgoing Licensee/../../Era

February 1847/William Corcoran/Incoming Licensee/../../Era

1848/William C Dunn/../../../Post Office Directory

1851/Mrs Elizabeth L Dunn/../../../Kellys Directory

Morning Advertiser 21 October 1850 - Transfer of Licenses, Oct 19th
Three Tuns, Jewry street, Elizabeth Luffman Dunn to Jonathan Lucas

1852/Jonathan Lucas/../../../Watkin’s Directory **

1855/Charles Finglass/../../../P.O. Directory **

1856/C Finglass/../../../Post Office Directory

Morning Advertiser 23 February 1857 - transfer of the license:
Three Tuns, Jewry street, Charles Finglass to John Francis Grossmith

London City Press 26 December 1857 :
Police Intelligence:
Immoderate use of the cane - the Rev Mr May the head-master of the Brewers Company School, of Tower hill, appeared before the Lord Mayor to answer a charge against him of unlawfully assaulted and beaten John Henry Grossmith, one of the schoolboys and son of Mr Grossmith, of the Three Tuns Inn, Jewry street, Aldgate. The lad deposed to having received a severe caning from the master which rendered it necessary for the parents to call in medical attendance. The cane was produced in court, and the Lord Mayor said he did not consider it a fit instrument for the punishment of a lad of the age of ten and a half years.

Morning Advertiser 21 June 1858 :
Police Courts.
Mansion House - John Francis Grossmith, licensed victualler, of the Three Tuns, Jewry street, Aldgate, appeared in discharge of his recognisances for further examination on a charge of having violently assaulted the Rev Edward J May, head master of the Brewers Company's school, Trinity square, Tower hill.

1861/John Jarman/Licensed Victualler/48/Bungay, Suffolk/Census
1861/Edwini Jarman/Wife/34/Bermondsey, Surrey/Census
1861/Mary S Jarman/Daughter/4/Limehouse, Middlesex/Census
1861/Emily Jarman/Daughter/8 months/City London/Census
1861/Hannah Murray/Barmaid/28/Rotherhithe, Surrey/Census
1861/Hannah Cosletta/General Servant/18/Ireland/Census

October 1862/John Jarman/Outgoing Licensee/../../Morning Post

October 1862/Laurent Montebruno/Incoming Licensee/../../Morning Post

1863/Laurent Montebruno / Landlord/../../Proceedings of the Old Bailey **
1863/Frederick Smith / Waiter/../../Proceedings of the Old Bailey **

April 1864/Laurent Montebruno/Outgoing Licensee/../../London City Press

April 1864/William Jones/Incoming Licensee/../../London City Press

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

1876/William Jones/../../../P.O. Directory **

1881/William Jones/Licensed Victualler/56/Bicester, Oxford/Census
1881/Rachel Jones/Wife/50/High Wycombe, Buckingham/Census
1881/Henry Wm Jones/Stepson/26/Bicester, Oxford/Census
1881/Frederick P Jones/Son/18/Bicester, Oxford/Census
1881/Edith Ethel Jones/Daughter/11/Aldgate, Middlesex/Census
1881/William James Jones/Nephew, Licensed Vitualler, Widow/27/Aldgate, Middlesex/Census
1881/Samuel A Pratt/Servant/20/Aldgate, Middlesex/Census

1882/William Jones/../../../Post Office Directory *

1884/William Jones/../../../Post Office Directory

1891/William Jones/../../../Post Office Directory

1895/Mrs Rachel Jones/../../../Post Office Directory *

1899/John Sindell/../../../Post Office Directory

1910/John Sindell/../../../Post Office Directory

1915/Mrs Kate A. Sindell/../../../Post Office Directory *

1921/Mrs Kate A Herbert/../../../P.O. Directory **


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*** Provided By Tris

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