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Feathers, Millbank, St John, Westminster

The Feathers is long gone before 1839; or renamed to an alternative name.

Westminster St John index

Historical London public houses, Taverns, Inns, Beer Houses and Hotels.

Residents at this address.

1782/Mr Edwards, of the Feathers publick house, on Millbank, Westminster, whose death was occasioned by firing off a piece at a target, which burst, and the splinters tore offf his thumb with the sinews, and a mortification ensued./Gentlemans Magazine  -Google books

16th May 1792/Henry Vincent/the Feathers, Millbank, victualler/Insurance records - Access to Archives *

The Publican, James Gulston was born in 1760, and  died in 1845 and possibly his son, Charles James Gulston who was born in 1817. *

1802/James Gulston, Hewitt Court (residence)/ Publican/UK Poll Books & Electoral Registers, Westminster *

1806/James Gulston, Feathers Millbank / Publican/UK Poll Books & Electoral Registers, Westminster  *

1808/Henry Vincent, the Feathers, Millbank, Westminster/../../Holdens Directory

1818/Charles James Gulston, 1 Market Street Horseferry Road / Publican/UK Poll Books & Electoral Registers, Westminster  *

1818/James Gulston, Feathers Millbank/ victualler/UK Poll Books & Electoral Registers, Westminster  *

1820/James Gulston, Millbank (Feathers)/ victualler/UK Poll Books & Electoral Registers, Westminster  *

11th May 1826/Charles Angel Hunt. "I am servant to James Gulston, who lives at Millbank , and keeps a public-house."/Old Bailey Online *

16th July 1828/James Gulston/the Feathers near the bridge Millbank, victualler/Insurance records - Access to Archives *



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