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Roman Urn, 4a Roman Road, East Ham

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The address is listed as 95 Roman Road in the 1895 and 1899 directories, presumably prior to street renumbering. The premises is named in the 1911 census return. *

The following entries are in this format:

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

1895/Mrs Elizabeth East/provision dealer & beer retailer/../../Kelly's Directory *

1899/Mrs Annie Elizabeth Bleasby/beer retailer/../../Kelly's Directory *

1901/Annie E. Bleasby/Publican (Widow)/58/Newark, Nottinghamshire/Census *
1901/Richard H. Bleasby/Son/15/Bow/Census
1901/George F. Kennedy/Visitor, Chemical Worker/29/Leytonstone, Essex/Census
1901/Lydia A. Humphries/Barmaid/40/France/Census

1902/Mrs Annie Elizabeth Bleasby/beer retailer/../../Kelly's Directory *

1906/Mrs Annie Elizabeth Bleasby/beer retailer/../../Kelly's Directory *

1911/Hedley Richard Bleasby/Licensed Victualler (Off Licence Keeper)/25/Bow/Census *
1911/Rose Gertrude Mitchell/Sister, Housekeeper/31/Victoria Park/Census
1911/George Frederick Mitchell/Brother-in-Law, Builder/28/Bournemouth, Hampshire/Census

1914/Hedley Richard Bleasby/beer retailer (off)/../../Kelly's Directory *

1917/Hedley Richard Bleasby/beer retailer (off)/../../Kelly's Directory *

1922/Hedley Richard Bleasby/beer retailer (off)/../../Kelly's Directory *


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