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Railway Hotel, 5 Tottenham Lane, Hornsey N8

Hornsey index

In recent times this pub has been a succession of chain bars and is currently a branch of Funky Brownz (2014). *

A listing of historical public houses, Taverns, Inns, Beer Houses and Hotels in Middlesex.

Railway Hotel, 5 Tottenham Lane N8 - in July 2014

Railway Hotel, 5 Tottenham Lane N8 - in July 2014

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Residents at this address

1851/Samuel Rhodes, Railway hotel, Great Northern Railway station/../../Post Office Directory

1851/Samuel Rhodes/Beer Shop Keeper/23/Barford, Nottinghamshire/Census
1851/Mary Rhodes/Wife/25/Geneva, Switzerland/Census
1851/Georgina Rhodes/Daughter/5/St Georges Hanover Square/Census
1851/Charlotte Hill/General Servant/41/Carmarthen, Wales/Census

1861/Samuel Rhodes/Hotel Keeper/50/Bassford, Wiltshire/Census
1861/Maria Rgodes/Wife/46/Geneva, Switzerland/Census
1861/David Armstrong/Ostler/47/Basingstoke, Hampshire/Census
1861/Mary Ann Townsend/Servant/22/Barton, Oxfordshire/Census

1866/Samuel Rhodes, Railway hotel, near Station/../../Post Office Directory

1871/Edward Newton/Hotel Keeper/49/Bradley, Lincolnshire/Census
1871/Anne M Newton/Wife/54/Lincolnshire/Census
1871/Edward Newton/Son/16/St Georges, Middlesex/Census
1871/Isabella Newton/Daughter/13/St Georges, Middlesex/Census
1871/Ellen Kemp/Barmaid/17/Camden, Middlesex/Census
1871/Caroline Taylor/Cook/41/Northamptonshire/Census
1871/William H Adams/Potman/24/Soho, Middlesex/Census

1874/Edward Newton/../../../Post Office Directory

1878/Edward Newton/../../../Post Office Directory

1890/Charles Isted/../../../Post Office Directory

1894/Mrs H Isted/../../../Post Office Directory

Barnet Press 01 August 1896
David Burr, of Glenwood road, West Green, was charged with disorderly conduct and refusing to quit licensed premises.
Mr W B Inder, landlord of the Railway Hotel, Hornsey, said that he had for some time refused to serve the prisoner. On Saturday week Burr entered the house with another man and they commenced to fight, and Burr knocked his opponents head through a window - This evidence was corroborated by a barmaid, and prisoner ws fined 20 shillings and 7s 6d costs.

1899/William B Inder/../../../Post Office Directory

1914/William B Inder/../../../Post Office Directory

1926/Mrs Alice Devlin/../../../Post Office Directory

1937/Stanley Frank Chapman/../../../Post Office Directory



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