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Freemasons Tavern, 61 Howard Road, Stoke Newington

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Freemasons Tavern, 61 Howard Road, Stoke Newington - in 1929

Freemasons Tavern, 61 Howard Road, Stoke Newington - in 1929

Freemasons Tavern, 61 Howard Road, Stoke Newington - in 1940

Freemasons Tavern, 61 Howard Road, Stoke Newington - in 1940

Residents at this address.

September 1867/Mansfield Parkyns/Outgoing Licensee/../../Era

September 1867/Charles Lester/Incoming Licensee/../../Era

January 1869/Richard Daw/Outgoing Licensee/../../Era

January 1869/Thomas John Stone/Incoming Licensee/../../Era

1874/R J Dickie/../../../Middlesex Post Office Directory

1878/R W Way/../../../Middlesex Post Office Directory

1896/Francis Field/../../../Middlesex Post Office Directory

1899/A J Offin/../../../Middlesex Post Office Directory

1905/R H Malpass/../../../Suburban Post Office Directory

1911/George Frederick Lambe/../../../London Trade Directory

1911/George Frederick Lambe/Licensed Victualler/38/Canning Town, Essex/Census
1911/Florence Lambe/Wife/38/Limehouse/Census
1911/George Frederick Lambe/Son/10/Stoke Newington/Census
1911/Albert Edward R Lambe/Son/8/Stoke Newington/Census
1911/Nelly Bent/Domestic Servant/21/Stoke Newington/Census

1921/Arthur Nelson Ballard/../../../Suburban Post Office Directory

My parents (Thomas and Catherine Begley) were licensees at the following pubs. Cob Tree, Ightham, in Kent July 1927 - July 1932...... this is now a day nursery. The Freemasons Tavern, 61 Howard Road, Stoke Newington (1932-1937) - now demolished. The Goldsmiths Arms, Southwark Bridge Road, Southwark (1937 - until my fathers death in 1940). My Mother ran the Railway Tavern, Kelvedon in Essex (1940-1945).

1938/Samuel Goodman/../../../Kelly's

1944/William Rix/../../../Kelly's


** Provided By David Begley

 

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