All public house, restaurants, bars etc closed for the forseeable future on 20th March 2020, but this is a history site. But how about the landlords give their tenants a break, no business, then please charge them no rent.
Also listed as 94 Whitecross Street in earlier sources, which is the street's modern name (though it has since been renumbered). Not to be confused with the Cherry Tree pub later renumbered to this address. *
St Luke pub history index
Residents at this address.
1851/Thomas Falky/Retailer of Beer/27/Ireland/Census *
1851/Peter Healy/Cousin, Servant/35/Ireland/Census
1851/Edward Warwood/Visitor, Labourer/21/Epsom, Surrey/Census
1856/Peter Healy/beer retailer/../../Post Office Directory *
1861/John Healy/Licensed Victualler/34/Galway, Ireland/Census *
1861/Hannah Healy/Wife/28/St Luke, Middlesex/Census
1861/Catherine Healy/Daughter/3/Galway, Ireland/Census
1861/Margaret Daly/Mother (Widow), Laundress/55/St Luke, Middlesex/Census
1861/Michael Mackeane/Visitor, Blacksmith/Galway, Ireland/Census
1861/Thomas Hitchins/Visitor (Widower), Tag Maker/35/Meath, Ireland/Census
1861/William Hitchins/Visitor, Tag Maker/13/Greenwich, Kent/Census
* Provided By Ewan