St Pancras index
The street is also sometimes named as the Old St Pancras Road. *
Historical London public houses, Taverns, Inns, Beer Houses and Hotels.
Residents at this address.
1812/Samuel Beckham/victualler/../../Sun Fire Office records held at the
London Metropolitan Archives *
1833-34/James Beall, Friend at Hand, Platt terrace, Old Pancras
1839/Thomas Dixon/../../../Pigot's Directory *
1841/Thomas Dixon/../../../Post Office Directory *
1841/Thomas Dixon/Victualler/31/Middlesex/Census *
1841/Benjamin Dixon/../9 months/Middlesex/Census
1848/Thomas Dixon/../../../Post Office Directory *
1851/Thomas Dixon/../../../Post Office Directory *
1851/Thomas Dixon/Licensed Victualler/40/St Pancras, Middlesex/Census *
1851/Ann Dixon/Wife/35/St Pancras, Middlesex/Census
1851/Jane Goodson/Niece, Assistant/17/St Pancras, Middlesex/Census
1851/John Hickman/Servant/21/City, Middlesex/Census
1851/Mary A. Skates/Servant/23/St Georges Market, Oxford Street,
1851/George Howell/Servant/16/St Pancras, Middlesex/Census
Morning Advertiser 22 March 1852 - Aplications for New Licenses. :
Joseph Grose, corner of Weston street and Weston place, memorial signed by 384 persons, was opposed by Thomas Cornish Dixon, of the Friend at Hand; Joseph Roseblade, of the Perseverance and 93 other persons.
It was stated that 500 or 600 houses had been pulled down in the neighbourhood for the purposes of the railway. It was quite clear that another licence was not required. Licence refused.
1856/Ronald George McIntyre/../../../Post Office Directory *
1861/Amelia Beeston/Licensed Victualler (Widow)/30/Chelsea/Census *
1861/Mary A. Duckham/Barmaid/25/Leominster/Census
September 1861/Cecilia Maria Beeston/Outgoing Licensee/../../Era
September 1861/Samuel Cawdwell Cordeux/Incoming Licensee/../../Era
* Provided By Ewan