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Wheatsheaf, 48-50 High Street, Camden Town NW1 0LT

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At 24 High Street in 1861 and earlier. Now called Belushis ** The address is at 24 Pratt Place in 1833/34, and at 1 Pratt Place (or Pratts Place) in 1826 and earlier, prior to street renaming. It is at 48 & 50 High Street by 1934. *

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Wheatsheaf, 48-50 High Street, Camden Town, NW1 - in March 2007

Wheatsheaf, 48-50 High Street, Camden Town, NW1 - in March 2007

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Residents at this address.

1805/Edward Bowra/../../../Holden's Directory *

January 1806/John Barnet/Wheatsheaf, Pratt Place/../../Access to Archives

1826/Owen Jno Traynor/Wheatsheaf, 1 Pratts Place/../../London Directory

My Great Great Grandmother, Elizabeth Bumpstead, found herself in Camden Town in 1830 with one son and four daughters, the eldest of whom was my Great Grandmother Mary, then 14 years old. One year earlier, her elder son William [presumably the family breadwinner] had been sentenced to Transportation to van Dieman’s Land. Whether Elizabeth was simply running short of funds or had it in her mind to join her son on the other side of the world, on 24th February, 1830 she "entered the Black Cap public house in Camden Town, kept by one Edmund Butt. Whilst on the premises”, it was alleged, "she took four pewter pots and hid them in the petticoat beneath her apron.. She left the premises, unobserved by Mr Butt and went on to the Wheat Sheaf public house, kept by James Scull. There she took another pewter pot, which she added to the collection in her petticoat". On 15th April, 1830, Elizabeth Bumpstead was tried at the Old Bailey for Theft - Simple Grand Larceny - 4 pewter pots, value 2s. 6d., the goods of Edward Butt , and 1 pewter pot, value 1s. 6d., the goods of James Scull - and found GUILTY.. Her sentence was – Transportation for Seven Years. And so, she and her children joined William in Hobart Town. **+

February 1830/James Scull/../../../Old Bailey Online **+

1833-34/William Allan/../../../Pigot's Directory *

1836/John Pearce, Wheat Sheaf, 24 High street, Camden town/../../Pigot's Directory

1839/Jos Bradshaw/../../../Pigots Directory

1841/J Bradshaw/../../../Post Office Directory

1843/Mrs Elizabeth Jane Westmoreland/../../../Post Office Directory *

1851/William Wharton/../../../Kellys Directory

1856/Mugridge & Clay/../../../Post Office Directory

February 1859/Wheatsheaf, High street, Camden town, George Muggeridge to John Scott/../../Morning Advertiser

1861/John Scott/Licensed Victualler/42/Herefordshire/Census
1861/Frances Scott/Wife/29/Surrey/Census
1861/Mary Cumming/House Servant/25/Middlesex/Census
1861/Allen Palser/Barman/21/Gloucester/Census
1861/John Walker/Barman/18/Berkshire/Census

1862/James Gillman/../../../Post Office Directory

1865/James Gillman/../../../Post Office Directory

1869/James Gillman/../../../Post Office Directory

July 1870/James Gillman/Outgoing Licensee/../../Era

July 1870/George Hayward/Incoming Licensee/../../Era

1871/George Haywood/Licensed Victualler/56/Goudhurst, Kent/Census
1871/Elizabeth Haywood/Wife/52/Roberts Bridge, Kent/Census
1871/D Unicume/Niece/17/Cranbrook, Kent/Census
1871/Emily Moules/Barmaid/20/Middlesex/Census
1871/Elizabeth Dash/Servant/18/Clerkenwell, Middlesex/Census

1881/Mark Paramore/Licensed Victualler/46/(B S), France/Census
1881/Emma Paramore/Wife/46/Middlesex/Census
1881/Amy Ulgate/Niece, Barmaid/20/Middlesex/Census
1881/Hannah Corotier/Servant/25/Essex/Census
1881/Helen Sarah Guide/Servant/26/Warwick/Census

1882/Mark Paramor/../../../Post Office Directory

1884/Mark Paramor/../../../Post Office Directory

1891/Martin Wilson/../../../Post Office Directory

1895/Charles Samuel Brown/../../../Post Office Directory *

1899/William Henry Barnes/../../../Post Office Directory

1901/William H Barnes/Licensed Victualler/34/Southampton/Census
1901/Ellen Barnes/Wife/29/Camden Town/Census
1901/William E Barnes/Son/4/Camden Town/Census
1901/Roman F Parsons/Head Barman/27/Kentish Town/Census
1901/Florence Murkin/Barmaid/25/Great Ormond Street/Census
1901/Edith Barnett/Barmaid/24/New Cross/Census
1901/Barbara V Barnes/Daughter/10 months/Camden Town/Census
1901/Amelia Tyler/Cook/33/Cambridge/Census
1901/Lydia Thompson/Nursemaid/17/Kerry, Ireland/Census

1906/William Henry Barnes/../../../Post Office Directory *

1910/Charles Peckham/../../../Post Office Directory

1915/William Frederick Larner/../../../Post Office Directory

1921/Frederick William Larner/../../../Post Office Directory

1927/Frederick William Larner/../../../Post Office Directory *

1934/Holborn Catering Co. Ltd/../../../Post Office Directory *

1938/Mrs F M Toase/../../../Post Office Directory

1940/Mrs Florence May Long/../../../Post Office Directory *

1944/Mrs Florence May Long/../../../Post Office Directory

1966/Leonard C Murfet, Wheatsheaf, 48 Camden High Street NW1/../../Licensed Victuallers Association



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