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Duke of Abercorn, Sydney Road, Enfield

Enfield pub history index

A listing of historical public houses, Taverns, Inns, Beer Houses and Hotels in Middlesex. The  Middlesex listing uses information from census, Trade Directories and History to add licensees, bar staff, Lodgers and Visitors.

The following entries are in this format:

Year/Publican or other Resident/Relationship to Head and or Occupation/Age/Where Born/Source.

1871/James Barclay/Gardener/55/Aberdeenshire/Census
1871/Maria Barclay/Wife/50/Enfield, Middlesex/Census
1871/Annie E Barclay/Daughter/16/Tottenham, Middlesex/Census
1871/Alexander Barclay/Son/13/Enfield, Middlesex/Census
1871/Caroline Barclay/Daughter/10/Enfield, Middlesex/Census
1871/Fredk May/Boarder, tailor/23/Chelmsford, Essex/Census

1881/Joseph Young/Cab Owner & Beer Retailer (Licensed Victualler)/34/Denton, Oxford/Census
1881/Annie Young/Wife/33/Denton, Oxford/Census
1881/Minnie Young/Sister, General servant/19/Cuddeston, Oxford/Census
1881/William Smith/Boarder, Tailor/61/St Georges East, London/Census
1881/James Smith/Boarder, General Labourer/32/Enfield, Middlesex/Census
1881/Alfred Ingrey/Boarder, General Labourer/42/Comberton, Cambridge/Census

1891/John E Pack/Beer House Keeper/35/Ashwell, Hertfordshire/Census
1891/Rosanna Pack/Wife/44/Gressenhall, Norfolk/Census
1891/John T Pack/Son/6/Enfield, Middlesex/Census
1891/Arthur Whiter/Lodger, Biscuit Maker/35/Gressenhall, Norfolk/Census
1891/Ernest Welsh/Lodger, Biscuit Maker/21/Enfield, Middlesex/Census

1926/William Jones/Beer Retailer, Sydney Road/../../Post Office Directory

1933/William Jones/Beer Retailer, Sydney Road/../../Post Office Directory

1937/Leonard Morris/Duke of Abercorn, Sydney Road/../../Post Office Directory

Leonard Arthur John FRANKS (1910 - 1988) was the great grandson of James Robert Bullen, beer retailer of 228 Devonshire Street (Red Lion) in circa 1879 - 1886.  *

August 24th 1978 / The retirement of Len & Dolly Franks at the end of 18 years at the Duke of Abercorn. Len and Dolly, married 50 years, were presented with a clock by the regulars in "The Duke" which will be pulled down shortly to make way for the new Palace Gardens shopping precinct. Len Franks was well known in the world of music, an accomplished violinist at the age of 16. Later a saxaphone and clarinet professional. After 23 years, they took over the Dorset Arms, Clapham Road. Two years later they moved to Kent, and then onto the Crown, in Southgate. Five years later they transferred to the Duke of Abercorn in Sydney Road. *


** Provided By Robin James

And Last updated on: Wednesday, 03-Jul-2019 19:46:51 BST