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The earlier address is at 34 Augustus Street in 1881.
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Ancient Briton, 50 Augustus Street, Regents Park - circa 1912
Ancient Briton, 50 Augustus Street, Regents Park - circa 1914 - T J Woodhams
The picture shows the landlord standing, almost certainly his wife Marguerite (Mags) holding his daughter Lillian who was born in July 1912 so guess that would date it to early 1914.
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Residents at this address.
1848/William Jones/beer retailer/../../Post Office Directory *
1856/Alfred Wright/beer retailer/../../Post Office Directory *
1869/Alfred Crook/beer retailer/../../Post Office Directory *
1881/Charles Parsons/Publican/51/St Pancras, Middlesex/Census
1881/Lousia Parsons/Wife/53/St Pancras, Middlesex/Census
1881/Mary A Parsons/Daughter/18/St Pancras, Middlesex/Census
1881/Alice Parsons/Daughter/13/St Pancras, Middlesex/Census
1882/Charles Parsons/Beer Retailer, 34 Augustus Street/../../Post Office Directory
1891/Chas Parsons/Beer Retailer, 50 Augustus Street/../../Post Office Directory
1891/Charles Parsons/Head, Beer House Keeper/61/St Pancras/Census *
1891/Louisa Parsons/Wife, Assistant at home/63/Clerkenwell/Census
1891/Frances Parsons/Daughter, Sealskin Sewer/29/Clerkenwell/Census
1891/Mary A. Parsons/Daughter, Cape Liner/27/Clerkenwell/Census
1895/Albert Henry Parsey/beer retailer/../../Post Office Directory *
1899/John Drew/Beer Retailer, 50 Augustus Street/../../Post Office Directory
1901/John Drew/Beer Seller/40/Plymouth, Devon/Census
1901/Fanny C Drew/Wife/31/Kingston, Surrey/Census
1910/William Joseph Green/Beer Retailer, 50 Augustus Street/../../Post Office Directory
1911/William Green/Head, Beer Retailer/34/Stratford New Town/Census *
1911/Beatrice Green/Wife, Assist in the Business/33/Stratford New Town/Census
1911/Hilda Green/Daughter/5/St Pancras/Census
1911/Maud Honnor/Niece/14/West Ham/Census
At the 1911 census, Thomas James Woodhams is a Barman living at 12 Fair Street, Mile End with his new wife, Margaret and young son Robert Thomas of 7 months of age. His father , also Thomas, ran the Jolly Gardeners at Northfleet. Thomas was called up for the First World War and was gassed and injured at Cambrai in December 1917 and died a few days later. He is buried at Etaples in France. His widow Madge (Margaret) - continued to run the pub until it was destroyed in the Blitz. **
1914/Thomas Woodhams/Beer Retailer, 50 Augustus Street/../../Post Office Directory
1915/Thomas James Woodhams/beer retailer/../../Post Office Directory *
Thomas James Woodhams of 50 Augustus street Regents Park Middlesex private London regiment died 14 December 1917 in France. administration London 27 November to Margaret Woodhams widow.
Effects £602 15s 10d. **
1921/Mrs Margaret Maidstone/Beer Retailer, 50 Augustus Street/../../Post Office Directory
1938/Mrs Margaret Maidstone/../../../Post Office Directory
1940/Mrs Margaret Maidstone/beer retailer/../../Post Office Directory *
* Provided By Ewan
** Provided By David Shepherd