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Red Lion, 48 Parliament Street, Westminster SW1

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This pub was established in around 1749 and rebuilt in 1899. ** It stands on the east side of Parliament Street, at the junction with Derby Gate (formerly Derby Street). The original pub is the one where 12-year old Charles Dickens asked for “a glass of your very best ale” – an incident immortalised in “David Copperfield”. The pulling-down of the old pub was widely regretted in the press, because of the Dickensian associations, and a bust of the author was placed above the second-floor bay window in the new building. ***

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Red Lion, 48 Parliament Street, Westminster with King Edward V11 on his way to open Parliament in 1901

Red Lion, 48 Parliament Street, Westminster with King Edward V11 on his way to open Parliament in 1901

Kindly provided by John Carnaby

Red Lion, 48 Parliament Street - in January

Red Lion, 48 Parliament Street - in January 2007

Kindly provided by Stephen Harris

Residents at this address.

1749-50/Matthew West/../../../Westminster City Archives Research Group **

1750-53/Henry Noble/../../../Westminster City Archives Research Group **

1793/F Warpole/../../../Westminster City Archives Research Group **

1793-1814/William Hawkins/../../../Westminster City Archives Research Group **

1805/William Hawkins, Red Lion, Parliament street/../../Holdens Directory

1826-27/John Cullingford/../../../Westminster City Archives Research Group **

1830-34/Daniel White/../../../Westminster City Archives Research Group **

1833-34/Daniel White/../../../Pigot's Directory

1835/Mrs Jane Corney/../../../Westminster City Archives Research Group **

1836-38/John Corney/../../../Westminster City Archives Research Group **

1839-42/Mrs Jane Corney/../../../Westminster City Archives Research Group **

1841/Mrs J Corney/../../../Post Office Directory

1841/Jane Corney/Victualler/65/outside Middlesex/Census ***
1841/Charls Munday/Assistant/45/outside Middlesex/Census
1841/Chas Chapman/Male Servant/14/Middlesex/Census
1841/Lucy Whillon/Female Servant/20/outside Middlesex/Census
1841/Mary Burgess/Female Servant/20/outside Middlesex/Census

1843-45/William Puncher/../../../Westminster City Archives Research Group **

18th Jan 1843/William Puncher brought a case of fraudulent character reference against another landlord. Reported in The Morning Post ***

1846/Henry Ballard/../../../Westminster City Archives Research Group **

1847-48/Mrs Mary Ann Ballard/../../../Westminster City Archives Research Group **

1851-53/Thomas Ward/../../../Westminster City Archives Research Group **

1851/Thomas Ward/Publican/27/Poplar, Middlesex/Census
1851/Sarah Ward/Wife/22/Worcester, Worcestershire/Census
1851/Betsy Cheadle/Cook/23/Swynnerton, Staffordshire/Census
1851/Jane White/House Servant/25/Limerick, Ireland/Census
1851/John Cheadle/Barman/16/Swynnerton, Staffordshire/Census
1851/William Walls/Potboy/18/Blackfriars, Surrey/Census

23rd Nov 1852/License transfer from Thomas Ward to John Henry William Miles/../../../ The Era ***

1855-75/John Henry William Miles/../../../Westminster City Archives Research Group **

1856/John Hy Wm Miles/../../../Post Office Directory

1856/John Henry Wm Miles/../../../Post Office Directory

[The relevant page is missing from the 1861 census] ***

1867/Mr John Henry William Miles, Red Lion, 48 Parliament street, Westminster/../../Licensed Victuallers Association

1871/John H W Mills/Licensed Victualler/45/Marylebone, Middlesex/Census
1871/Lister M Mills/Son/14/Westminster, Middlesex/Census
1871/Ada B Mills/Daughter/13/Westminster, Middlesex/Census
1871/Thirza M Mills/Daughter/12/Westminster, Middlesex/Census
1871/Derwent M Mills/Daughter/11/Westminster, Middlesex/Census
1871/Fanny Presland/Governess/36/St Pancras, Middlesex/Census
1871/Elizth Heath/General Servant/31/Bourn, Lincoln/Census
1871/William Stebbings/Barman/22/Attleborough, Norfolk/Census
1871/William Cox/Barman/22/Bristoil, Gloucestershire/Census
1871/Thomas C Joslie/Barman/21/Terling, Essex/Census
1871/Arthur L Sheppard/Barman & Potman/18/Clerkenwell, Middlesex/Census

1876-78/George James Jones/../../../Westminster City Archives Research Group **

1879-81/Frederick Easton/../../../Westminster City Archives Research Group **

1881/Reuben Archer/Wine & Spirit Merchant/37/London, Middlesex/Census
1881/Mary Archer/Wife/27/Greenwich, Kent/Census
1881/Sarah Rawbone/General Domestic/18/Shoreditch, Middlesex/Census
1881/Robert Aris/Barman/22/Sandwich, Kent/Census
1881/George Lukel/Barman/23/Lewisham, Kent/Census
1881/George Mannering/Barman/18/Chatham, Kent/Census

1882/Reuben Archer/../../../Post Office Directory

1882-89/Reuben Archer/../../../Westminster City Archives Research Group **

1891/Henry Adolphus Gray/../../../Post Office Directory

1891/Isaac J Russell/Manager PH/27/Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk/Census ***
1891/Harriett E Russell/Wife/25/Plaistow, Essex/Census
1891/Edith Russell/Daughter/4/Bow, Middlesex/Census
1891/Harriett Hall/Domestic Servant/19/Acle, Norfolk/Census
1891/Minnie Knight/Barmaid/20/Peterborough, Northampton/Census
1891/Meduca West/Barmaid/22/Sheerness, Kent/Census
1891/Charles A Swyford/Barman/21/Islington, London/Census
1891/Alfred F Faiers/Barman/18/Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk/Census

1890-94/Henry Adolphus Grey/../../../Westminster City Archives Research Group **

26th Aug 1892/Mr Bell/manager/../../ The Standard – witness in a case of false pretences ***

1895-96/Isaac James Russell/../../../Westminster City Archives Research Group **

1899/Mrs Ann Smith/../../../Post Office Directory

1901/Ann Smith/Licensed Victualler/65/London/Census ***
1901/Adelaide E Smith/Daughter/30/St James London/Census
1901/Alice L Smith/Daughter/28/St James London/Census
1901/Sarah M Lett/Cousin and Barmaid/49/Bedford/Census
1901/Sarah L Farrer/Barmaid/London/Census
1901/Harry S A Wingrove/Barman/22/../Census
1901/Lilian B Cox/Kitchenmaid Domestic/21/Poplar/Census

1910/Miss Adelaide Emily Smith/../../../Post Office Directory

1911/Adelaide Emily Smith/Licensed Victualler/40/London/Census ***
1911/Victoria Leonard/Niece/2/London/Census
1911/Edith Ward/Waitress/28/London/Census
1911/Rose Porlu/Barmaid/18/London/Census
1911/Gilery Bently/Barmaid/Brighton/Census
1911/Sarah Litt/Barmaid/55/Bedford/Census
1911/Letitia King/Housemaid/36/London/Census
1911/Mary Hindry/Cook/49/Kent/Census
1911/Alice Louise Smith/Sister and Assistant in Business/London/Census
1911/Nellie Ears/Kitchenmaid/30/Norwich/Census

1915/Miss Adelaide Emily Smith/../../../Post Office Directory

1934/Victor Edward Edge/../../../Kellys Directory

1938/Jas Munday/../../../Post Office Directory

1944/Fredk J H Leggo/../../../Post Office Directory


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