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Bell & Anchor, 81 Dock road, Canning Town E16

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Listed address is 'Marsh' in 1855 Directory

Bell & Anchor, 81 Dock Road, Canning Town<

circa 1931

Thanks to Lal & Amy

Residents at this address

1851/Thomas Stoatt/../../../Post Office Directory

1851/Frederick Richardson/wine merchant/59/London/Census**
1851/Elizabeth Richardson/wife/58/London/Census
1851/Frederick Richardson/son/30/Camberwell, Surrey/Census
1851/Martha Richardson/daughter/19/Camberwell, Surrey/Census
1851/Mary Harrowby/visitor, annuitant (widow)/53/Suffolk/Census
1851/Charles Bethen/house servant/25/Pulham, Dorset/Census
1851/Kitty Daly/house servant/23/East Ham, Essex/Census

1855/Frederick Richardson/../../../Post Office Directory

1862/John Elliott Healey/Butcher/../../Kellys Directory

1867/Henry John Joyce/../../../Post Office Directory

1870/Henry John Joyce/../../../Kellys Directory

1871/Henry J Joyce/Licenced Victualler/33/St Lukes, Wilts/Census ***
1871/Hannah Joyce/Wife/30/Poynings, Surrey/Census
1871/Grace Lelliatt/Sister in Law, Barmaid/36//Census
1871/Mary A J Hearn/Barmaid/32/Camden Town, Middx/Census
1871/John Moyser/Barman/20/Islington, Middx/Census
1871/Fanny Wells/House Maid/19/Millwall, Middx/Census
1871/Hannah Marner/Cook/25/Islington, Middx/Census
1871/George Smith/Potman/39/Clerkenwell.Middx/Census
1871/Benjamin Jacobs/Boarder, Butcher/23/West Bromwich, Staffs/Census

1872/Henry J Joyce/../../../Kellys Directory

1874/Henry John Joyce/../../../Kellys Directory
The author Gavin Thurston The great Thames disaster wrote upon the history of the Princess Alice / Bywell Castle collision (3th of Sept. 1878) Woolwich. He mentioned the discovery of four bodies; two men and two women in the Bell & Anchor Inn near Victoria Dock there is no further information of the source of this story . Perhaps it was printed in the Kentish Independent or Kentish Mail.

1878/John George Cundy/../../../Kellys Directory

1881/J. G. Cundy/Licensed Victualler/39/Nottingham/Census
1881/L. A. Cundy/Wife/29/London, Middlesex/Census
1881/L. A. Cundy/Daughter/5/London, Middlesex/Census
1881/B. B. Cundy/Daughter/3/London, Middlesex/Census
1881/H. T. Cundy/Son/2/London, Middlesex/Census
1881/L. F. Cundy/Daughter/8m/London, Middlesex/Census
1881/Anne Willcox/Domestic Servant/20/Lincoln/Census
1881/Marian Osborne/Servant/22/London, Middlesex/Census
1881/Mary Dugaiger/Servant/39/London, Middlesex/Census
1881/Ann Biggs Preston/Domestic Nursemaid/16/London, Middlesex/Census
1881/William Leeves/Potboy/16/London, Middlesex/Census

1882/John George Cundy/../../../Kellys Directory

1886/John George Cundy/../../../Kellys Directory

1891/Arthur Smith/Licensed Victualler/34/Weatherfield, Essex/Census *
1891/Mary Ann Smith/Wife/35/Bardfield, Essex/Census
1891/Louisa Smith/Daughter/13/West Ham, Essex/Census
1891/Emily Smith/Daughter/13/West Ham, Essex/Census
1891/Laura Cary/Barmaid/22/Hastings, Sussex/Census
1891/Edith Griffithd/Barmaid/20/Horfield, Gloucester/Census

1896/Arthur Smith/../../../Post Office Directory

1901/Alfred Smyth/Publican/41/Greenwich, Kent/Census
1901/William Hasler/Barman/20/Weatherfield, Essex/Census
1901/Robert England/Barman/21/West Ham, Essex/Census
1901/Henry Hunt/Barman/24/London, Middlesex/Census

1902/Harry Dare/../../../Kellys Directory ***

1908/Alfred Mandel/../../../Kellys Directory

1911/Max G Wiedenfeld/Licensed Victualler/43/Germany/Census
1911/Eliza Wiedenfeld/Wife/36/Germany/Census
1911/Julius Wiedenfeld/Son/12/London/Census
1911/Elizabeth Wiedenfeld/Daughter/10/London/Census
1911/Reed Schneider/Visitor, Railway Officer/40/Germany/Census
1911/Joseph Jarrom Harvey/Relative, Doctor of medicine/60/Loughborough, Leicestershire/Census
1911/John Maurice Kenealy/Potman/23/West Ham/Census
1911/Mary Ann Morgan/Domestic Servant/33/Bermondsey/Census

1912/George Weidenfield/../../../Kellys Directory

1914/David Charles Bardrick/../../../Kellys Directory

1917/David Charles Bardrick/../../../Kellys Directory

In 1921 census at 81 Dock Road, West Ham
Patrick O'Keeffe, Publican aged 37 years 3 months and born in London, Employer
Isabel O'Keeffe, Wife, Publicans Assistant, P O Keeffe Wine and Sprit Dealer aged 29 years and born in London
Henry O'Neill, Brother-in-law, Publicans Assistant, P O Keeffe Wine and Sprit Dealer aged 21 years 10 months and born in London
George McCartney, Publicans Assistant, P O Keeffe Wine and Sprit Dealer aged 20 years 3 months and born in London
Jack Cartin, Publicans Assistant, P O Keeffe Wine and Sprit Dealer aged 18 years 3 months and born in Ballriggan, Ireland
Mary Carroll, Domestic Servant, P O Keeffe Wine and Sprit Dealer 70 Guernsey, Channel Islands

1925/James OBrien/../../../Kellys Directory

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