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Hawk, New End square, Hampstead

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This pub was trading by at least 1748. Rebuilt in 1815, it was open until at least 1839 but by the 1860s was occupied by the mother of Alfred Lord Tennyson. In the 1930s it was occupied by artist and Slade tutor, George Charlton. Currently in residential use. ***

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Hawk, 40 New End square, Hampstead - in March 2016, long closed as a pub

Hawk, 40 New End square, Hampstead - in March 2016, long closed as a pub

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The following entries are in this format:

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

1826/Jno Cannon/Hawk, St James square/../../London Directory

1834/Mrs Sarah W Saltwell/Hawk, New End/../../LV Association

1839/Thomas Marsden/../../../Pigot's Directory *



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