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Burgess Arms, 267 High Street South, East Ham

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The address is given as 10 Norman Terrace, High Street South in 1917 and earlier, prior to street renumbering. It is named in the 1911 census, where the summary book records it as an off licence. In the 1901 census, the proprietor at this property is listed as a "provision merchant". *

The following entries are in this format:

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

1902/Mrs Mary J. Tucker/beer retailer/../../Kelly's Directory *

1906/George Tomlinson/beer retailer/../../Kelly's Directory *

1911/George Tomlinson/Beer Retailer/39/Woolwich, Essex/Census *
1911/Eliza Tomlinson/Wife/31/Custom House, Essex/Census
1911/George Tomlinson/Son/12/Chiswick, Middlesex/Census
1911/Nellie Tomlinson/Daughter/9/Canning Town, Essex/Census
1911/Maudie Tomlinson/Daughter/6/Canning Town, Essex/Census

1914/George Tomlinson/beer retailer/../../Kelly's Directory *

1917/George Tomlinson/beer retailer/../../Kelly's Directory *

1922/George Tomlinson/beer retailer/../../Kelly's Directory *

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