Use the search box below to research your ancestors by surname, street name, pub name etc. etc.
Do you have detail to add, please contact me : Kevan

Prince of Wales, 22 Coburg Row, Tothill Fields, Westminster

Westminster St Margaret index

This house was called “The Prince of Wales Beershop” when it received its first pub license in 1864, but it does not seem to have been a beershop in 1861. In the 1871 Census, it was called “The Red House” and the address was 32 Coburg Row, but it was called “The Prince of Wales” when Mr Dannell took it over in December 1870 and referred to as such in a court case of 1872 when Mr Dannell sued the owners, Thornes Brewery, for having misrepresented its potential when he took it over. He lost his case. The address changed to 22 Coburg Row by 1881, but there is no sign of the pub at any address by 1891. A PH, probably this house, is marked at the corner of Windsor Place on the 1869 OS map. *

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

Residents at this address.

22nd Mar 1864/New License granted to John Mortimer/../../../The Era *

5th Nov 1867/License transfer from John Mortimer to Edmund Joseph Sawyer/../../../The Era *

1869/Edm Joseph Sawyer/../../../Post Office Directory

20th Dec 1870/License transfer from Edmund Jos. Sawyer to Chas. Dunnell/../../../The Era *

1871/Charles Dannell/Licensed Victualler/30/Islington Middlesex/Census *
1871/Mary A Dannell/Wife/30/Chelsea Middlesex/Census
1871/Eugenie Dannell/Daughter/1/Islington Middlesex/Census

1881/Rachel Foster/Licensed Victualler, Widow/69/London, Middlesex/Census
1881/Alfred Foster/Barman/30/London, Middlesex/Census
1881/Alice C Chapman/Barmaid/23/Springfield, Essex/Census
1881/Emma Baughan/Housemaid/40/London, Middlesex/Census

1882/Mrs Rachel Foster/../../../Post Office Directory

* Provided By John Hills

** Provided By Stephen Harris


And Last updated on: Sunday, 22-Nov-2020 12:29:13 GMT