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Dublin Castle, 94 Parkway, Camden Town NW1 7AN

St Pancras index

Later at 94 Parkway, probably by 1944. The earlier address being 18 Park street before road renaming. **

Historical London public houses, Taverns, Inns, Beer Houses and Hotels.

Dublin Castle, 94 Parkway, NW1 - in April 2008

Dublin Castle, 94 Parkway, NW1 - in April 2008

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Residents at this address

1825/Mr. Waite, Dublin Castle, Park street, Camden Town/../../../Licensed Victuallers Association

1826/Jn Waite/../../../London Directory

1833-34/Vincent Catmore, Dublin Castle, 18 Park Street, Camden Town/../../Pigots Directory

1836/Vincent Cutmore/victualler/../../Sun Fire Office records held at the London Metropolitan Archives *

1836/V Cutmore, Dublin Castle, 18 Park street, Camden town/../../Pigots Directory

1839/James Dore/../../../Pigots Directory *

1841/Robert Seaton/../../../Post Office Directory

1843/Robert Seaton/../../../Post Office Directory

1848/George Seaton/../../../Post Office Directory

1851/George Seaton/../../../Post Office Directory

Morning Advertiser 22 March 1852 - Aplications for New Licenses. :
Stephen Smelt, of 78 Park street. Opposed by Hannah Hodges, of the Fitzroy Arms; Levi Cottrell, of the Britannia; Robert Eagle, of the Cricketers; and George Seaton, of the Dublin Castle. Licence refused.

1856/George Seaton/../../../Post Office Directory

September 1856/George Seaton/Outgoing Licensee/../../London Daily News

September 1856/Frederick Seaton/Incoming Licensee/../../London Daily News

May 1862/Fred Seaton/Licensed Victuallers Association, Governor/../../Era

1869/F Seaton/../../../Post Office Directory

1880/Francis Thomas Bursill/../../../Post Office Directory **

1881/George Taylor/Licensed Victualler/57/London, Middlesex/Census
1881/Alice Taylor/Wife/57/Stowmarket, Suffolk/Census
1881/Walter Taylor/Son, Licensed Victualler/23/London, Middlesex/Census
1881/Florence Taylor/Daughter, Licensed Victualler/18/London, Middlesex/Census
1881/Alice Taylor/Daughter/13/London, Middlesex/Census
1881/Mabel Taylor/Daughter/12/London, Middlesex/Census
1881/Susan Pettit/Barmaid/27/London, Middlesex/Census
1881/Margaret Barry/Domestic Servant/28/Charlesville Cork/Census

1882/George C Taylor/../../../Post Office Directory

1884/George C Taylor/../../../Post Office Directory

1891/Frederick John Hill/../../../Post Office Directory

1895/Francis Alfred Sandys/../../../Post Office Directory

1899/Thomas Moody/../../../Post Office Directory

1900/Thomas Moody/../../../Post Office Directory **

1906/Vere Woodman/../../../Post Office Directory *

1910/Vere Woodman/../../../Post Office Directory

1913/Augustus Scott, 18 Park street/../../Electoral Register

1915/Augustus Scott, The Dublin Castle, 18 Park Street, Camden Town/../../Camden Directory

1921/Walter Henry Clark/../../../Post Office Directory

1927/Walter Henry Clark/../../../Post Office Directory *

1934/Horace Langan/../../../Kellys Directory

1938/Matthew Nichols, Dublin Castle, 18 Park Street, Camden Town NW1/../../Post Office Directory

In the 1939 electoral register, at 94 Parkway, two of the listed residents are Henry D Hampton, Publicans manager, born 22 Jan 1898 and Florence M Hampton (nee Nichols), born 26 Sept 1893. They married in 1923 at Islington, and were later at a coffee rooms at 6 York place, Adelphi, in Westminster.

1942/Matthew Nichols/../../../Post Office Directory *

1944/Matthew Nichols/../../../Post Office Directory *

1961/Dublin Castle, 94 Parkway NW1/../../Pub Directory

1966/Bernard J Finlay, Dublin Castle, 94 Parkway NW1/../../Licensed Victuallers Association

1971/Dublin Castle, 94 Parkway NW1/../../Pub Directory

Mr John Aloysius Conlon and Mrs Margaret Conlon were Landlords since 1974. John known as "Alo" passed in 2009. Margaret known as "Peggy" still lives here and operates the pub (2022). **

The Dublin Castle hosted Irish bands and weddings in the Era of Barney Finlay. The Conlon's continued this culture but witnessed the demographics changing as Irish moved away. They saw less weddings in the function room. Less people were coming to see the Irish bands. Alo took the unpopular decision to start hosting Rhythm & Blues, Jazz and Blues music.
Then.....in 1979 some local boys came in looking for a gig. They fibbed and said they play Jazz. Alo gave them a Wednesday night. The band turned out to be MADNESS. They had a 6 week residency but were never awarded the weekend slot because Alo was delighted that his pub was rammed on a Wednesday night. **

Since then The Dublin Castle has gained iconic status. Amy Winehouse pulled pints and performed upon the tiny stage. Coldplay cut their teeth here with other bands such as THE DARKNESS, TRAVIS, BLUR, SNOW PATROL, MUSE, ELASTICA, ARCTIC MONKEYS, KEANE. THE WAR ON DRUGS....ETC **

1981/Dublin Castle, 94 Parkway NW1 7AN/../../Pub Directory


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