St Pancras index
The British Queen, Victoria crescent in the 1861 census; at 31a Ferdinand Street in 1851. A short lived pub not
listed by 1869.
Historical London public houses, Taverns, Inns, Beer Houses and Hotels.
Residents at this address.
1851/John Knight/../../../Kellys Directory
Morning Advertiser 22 March 1852 - Aplications for New Licenses. :
Mother Shipton, corner of Maldon road and Prince of Wales road - the license was opposed to Robert Wilby, on behalf of James Stone, of the British Queen, Ferdinand street, and William winks, of the Newberry Arms, Maldon road, and submitted that there was no necessity for another licence in this neighbourhood. It was true that the Newberry Arms, was licensed last year for the purpose of supplying requisite accomodation.
Mr Clarkson supported the application, and said that new houses had been built in thie vicinity of his clients house since last year, and a great number were about to be built - license granted.
December1853/James Stone/Outgoing Licensee/../../Era
December 1853/John Overend/Incoming Licensee/../../Era
1856/John Overend/../../../Post Office Directory
1861/John Overend/Publican/45/Ilminster, Somerset/Census
1861/Mary A Overend/Daughter/17/Devon/Census
1861/Edward Brown/Nephew, Barman/25/Devon/Census
1861/Frank Luce/Visitor/18/Cheltenham, Gloucestershire/Census
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