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Princess of Prussia, 15 Great Prescot street, Whitechapel E1

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At 15 Great Prescot Street (the 'Great' has now been dropped from the street name). The pub was built in around 1880. **

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Princess of Prussia, 15 Prescot Street - in September 2006

Princess of Prussia, 15 Prescot Street - in September 2006

Kindly provided by Stephen Harris

Residents at this address.

John Cox is previously at the Kings Arms, Wilkes Street. *

1860 - April 28th/John Cox/../../../Middlesex Sessions - Licence appeal refused. *

1861/John Cox/Beershop keeper/38/Bethnal Green/Census *
1861/Mary Ann Cox/wife, Beershop keeper/45/London/Census
1861/John Cox/Son/12/London/Census
1861/Henry Cox/Son/10/Bethnal Green/Census
1861/George Cox/Son/8/Bethnal Green/Census
1861/James Cox/Son/6/Bethnal Green/Census
1861/Thomas Cox/Father, Milkman/66/Bethnal Green/Census
1861/Mary Ann Hudson/general servant/17/Thurning, Norfolk/Census

1861/John Cox/Publican/../../Post Office Directory *

1862/John Cox/Publican/../../Post Office Directory *

In 1862, John Cox moves to the Jolly Waterman, 23 Rotherhithe Street, Rotherhithe - but about the same time the Prince of Prussia licence is surrendered through bankruptcy. *

5 Mar 1862 - in 'The Morning Post' it was reported under the heading 'Bankrupts' that John Cox, Great Prescott Street, beer retailer was to surrender to the court on 19 March 1862 at 11.a.m. (The function of the surrender process in bankruptcy is to permit a debtor the ability to give up property he owns that is subject to a lien and outstanding loan. Through the surrender process, when the creditor receives the property back, the debtor is relieved of any further obligation for the debt. The release of any further obligation occurs upon a surrender in bankruptcy even if the value of the property returned is not sufficient to cover the outstanding balance on the loan.) *

John Cox died in City of London Workhouse Infirmary in 1867 of Consumption. His son Alfred Thomas died in October, 1857. *+

1869/Frank Sansome/Beer Retailer/../../P.O. Directory **

1881/Mira Jane Bawn/Beer House Keeper/46/City Of London, Middlesex/Census
1881/George H Bawn/Son, Assistant Barman/18/Limehouse/Census
1881/Henry J D Critteden/Nephew/3/Limehouse/Census
1881/Christinia White/Servant/23/Leith, Scotland/Census
1881/Eduard C Longley/Pot Boy/18/../Census

1884/Mira Jane Brown/../../../P.O. Directory **

1891/Daniel Kuhl/Beer Retailer/../../Post Office Directory

1910/Mrs Catherine Cooper/Beer Retailer/../../Post Office Directory

1911/Katherine Cooper/Wife, Landlady/51/Wurtemberg, Germany/Census
1911/John Cooper/Son, Butcher/19/Custom House/Census
1911/Paul Friedrich/Barman/21/Wurtemberg, Germany/Census
1911/Elsie Mills/Servant/16/Custom House/Census

1914/Mrs Katherine Cooper/Beer Retailer/../../Post Office Directory

1915/Mrs Katherine Cooper/Beer Retailer/../../Post Office Directory

1921/Mrs Katherine Cooper/Beer Retailer/../../Post Office Directory

1934/Fredk Richmond Taylor/Beer Retailer/../../Kellys Directory

1948/Mr & Mrs L G G Bailey/../../../Black Eagle Journal ***

1952/Mr & Mrs A F Germany/../../../Black Eagle Journal ***


* Provided by Ken Ripper

*+ Provided by Eileen Blythe

** Provided By Stephen Harris

*** Provided By Alex Wilkinson

 

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