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Ship, 46 Charles Street, St Margaret, Westminster

Westminster St Margaret index

One of four pubs on the south side of Charles Street, it was demolished with the rest of the street around 1868 to make way for government offices. ***

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

Residents at this address.

4th Feb 1793/Daniel Boys/Victualler/../../Sun Fire Office Catalogue MS 11936/389/611371 ***

1805/Thomas Clewer, the Ship, Charles street, Westminster/../../Holdens Directory

3rd Dec 1823/William Bell/../../../ Witness at Old Bailey trial ***

1841/H.Willson/../../../ Trades Directory ***

1841/Henry Wilson/Victualler/40/Middlesex/Census ***
1841/Mary Wilson/../30/ Middlesex/Census
1841/C. Saddon/Male Servant/30/Middlesex/Census
1841/A. O’Brien/Female Servant/15/Ireland/Census
1841/S Bear/Soldier/22/Middlesex/Census
1841/Mary Bear/../20/Middlesex/Census
1841/Ann Turner/../30/outside Middlesex/Census

28th Nov 1842/Thomas Roberts/../../../ Witness at Old Bailey trial ***

1843/Thomas Roberts/../../../Kellys Directory

1851/Henry Wilson/../../../Kellys Directory

14th Nov 1854/License Transfer from Barringer Hunt to Henry Wilson/../../../ The Era ***
Mr Hunt had quitted, and Mr Wilson, as owner, took the premises back. It subsequently transpired that Mr Hunt had been fined £5 for Sunday trading. He moved to the Lukes Head, Little Pulteney Street, where he made unfounded charges against the police, leading to the magistrates declaring him unfit to keep a public house, according to The Era of 29th April 1855. ***

1851/Henry Wilson/../../../Kellys Directory

1851/Henry Willson/Publican/53/Durham/Census
1851/Margaret Willson/Wife/50/Westfelton, Shropshire/Census
1851/Mary Ann Millward/Niece, Barmaid/29/Marylebone, Middlesex/Census
1851/William Markwell/Potman/22/Chesterfield, Derby/Census
1851/Brunel Barry/House Servant/23/Ireland/Census
1851/John Tyler/Lodger, Soldier/20/Ireland/Census
1851/John Taylor/Lodger, Soldier/21/Westminster/Census
1851/James Tinley/Lodger, Soldier/18/Stoke, Essex/Census

November 1854/late tenant, Barringer Hunt/Outgoing Licensee/../../Era Newspaper

November 1854/Henry Wilson/Incoming Licensee/../../Era Newspaper

1856/Henry Wilson/../../../Post Office Directory

8th Nov 1859/License Transfer from Henry Wilson to Henry Hussey/../../../ The Era ***

29th Jan 1861/License Transfer from Henry Hussey to James Havers/../../../ The Era ***

1861/James Havers/Licensed Victualler/40/Wendon Essex/Census ***
1861/Penelope Havers/Wife/26/Clerkenwell Middlesex/Census
1861/Frederick Havers/Son/1/Clerkenwell Middlesex/Census
1861/Arthur Havers/Son/0/Westminster Middlesex/Census
1861/Henrietta Mill/Sister-in-law/14/Clerkenwell Middlesex/Census
1861/Mary Lee/Servant/24/Killartney Ireland/Census
1861/John Edwards/Potman/60/Rickworth Hertfordshire/Census
Plus two other families


*** Provided By John Hills

 

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