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Swan Tavern, 42 King William street, St Magnes Martyr EC3

Listed in St Margaret New Fish Street in 1861 census. Clearly there is some overlap between the records of the Swan Tavern & the Swan Tavern Tap, if indeed they were separate pubs.
I think it is likely that there was one Swan and a separate Globe. King William Street did not exist before 1820. The address in the 1911 census is at 42 King William Street & 24 Fish Street Hill. **

St Magnus Martyr pub history index

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

Residents at this address

1843/William Game/42 King William Street, City/../../Post Office Directory

1848/William Game & Son/42 King William Street, City & 25 Fish Street Hill/../../Post Office Directory

1851/William Game & Son/../../../Kellys Directory

1861/William J Game/Victualler (5 Waiters)/39/St Magnus, London/Census
1861/Amelia Game/Wife/42/St Olaves, Surrey/Census
1861/William J Game/Son/14/St Magnus, London/Census
1861/George L Game/Son/10/St Magnus, London/Census
1861/Jane Float/Sister in Law, Fundholder/40/Southwark, Surrey/Census
1861/William K Collins/Waiter/30/Chelsea, Middlesex/Census
1861/Henry Hodges/Waiter/25/New Hampton, Middlesex/Census
1861/Emma Phelps/House Servant/22/Wokingham, Berkshire/Census

1871/William Game/Licensed Victualler/49/St Magnus, London/Census
1871/Amelia Game/Wife/52/Southwark St Olave/Census
1871/George Game/Son/20/St Magnus, London/Census
1871/Mary A Millward/General Servant/49/Bonner Street, Middlesex/Census
1871/Samuel Leggatt/Barman/24/Fulmodestone, Norfolk/Census
1871/Charles J Chambers/Barman/21/Brixton, Surrey/Census

1884/William J Game/../../../Post Office Directory

1899/Arthur Jared/../../../Post Office Directory

1901/Annie Jared/Housekeeper/29/City, London/Census
1901/Emma Jared/Sister, Assistant/24/City, London/Census
1901/Margaret Jared/Sister/11/City, London/Census
1901/Eliza Hales/General Servant/33/Westminster, London/Census
1901/Albert Simpson/Barman/30/Hackney, London/Census
1901/William Took/Barman/16/Richmond, Surrey/Census
1901/Frederick Fairchild/Barman/18/Great eastern Street, London/Census
1901/Edward Harris/Barman/26/Horsleydown/Census

1911/Alfred Strickland/Licensed Victuallers Manager/39/West Ham, Essex/Census
1911/Alberta Kate Strickland/Licensed Victuallers Manageress/30/Wambrook, Somerset/Census
1911/Dorothy Kate Strickland/Daughter/11/Camberwell, London/Census
1911/Annie Irene Strickland/Daughter/8/Stepney, Middlesex/Census
1911/Mary Alberta Strickland/Daughter/5/Leytonstone, Essex/Census
1911/Ellen Jessy Allingham/Housemaid/16/West Ham, Essex/Census
1911/Jane Swift/Cook/51/../Census
1911/Henry James Waller/Barman/27/../Census
1911/Charles Frederick Perry/Barman/23/West Ham, Essex/Census
1911/Emma Mary Laws/Barmaid/25/../Census
1911/Thomas Tappenden/Barman/25/Homerton, Middlesex/Census

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