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Falcon, 84 Upper Thames Street, All Hallows the Great, City of London EC4

All Hallows the Less pub history index

The Falcon existed from at least 1810. I think it must be almost certain that this pub was demolished for the construction of Cannon Street Railway Station, which opened in 1866. **

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All Hallows the Less actually becomes part of All Hallows the Great. The church was actually destroyed in the great fire of London in 1666, and not rebuilt. This parish became part of All Hallows the Great, which was itself demolished in 1894. By the 1911 census, many of these listings are noted as part of St Sepulchre.

Residents at this address.

1810/William Shepherd / Gent /../../Sun Fire Office records, held at London Metropolitan Archives **

1818/John Spratley / Victualler /../../Sun Fire Office records, held at London Metropolitan Archives **

1825/Thomas East/../../../Licensed Victuallers Association

1827/Thomas East/../../../Licensed Victuallers Association

1832/A East/../../../Robson’s Directory

1833-34/Ann East/../../../Pigots Directory

1835/A East/../../../Robson’s Directory **

Morning Advertiser 14 February 1837 - Transfer of Licenses
Falcon, Upper Thames street, from Mrs Ann East to Mr Frederick Cutbush

1839/Ann East/../../../Pigots Directory

1841/Mrs Ann East/../../../Post Office Directory

1842/Ann East/../../../Robson’s Directory **

1848/William Malpas/../../../Post Office Directory

1851/William Malpas/../../../Kellys Directory

Morning Advertiser 21 October 1850 - Transfer of Licenses, Oct 19th
Falcon, Upper Thames street, William Malpas to Edward Stanford Thomas

1851/Edward S Thomas/Victualler/39/Sandridge, Surrey/Census
1851/Sarah Thomas/Wife/36/Lewes, Sussex/Census
1851/Catherine Field/Niece/14/Lewes, Sussex/Census
1851/Thomas Longhurst/Porter/21/London, Middlesex/Census
1851/Eliza Roach/House Servant/19/Limerick, Ireland/Census
1851/Richard Jones/Visitor, Widow/71/Cirencester, Gloucestershire/Census

May 1852/John Stanford Thomas/Outgoing Licensee/../../Era

May 1852/Charles Crane/Incoming Licensee/../../Era

1856/Charles Crane/../../../Post Office Directory

1861/Charles Crane/Licensed Victualler/45/Woolwich, Kent/Census
1861/Jane Crane/Wife/43/Portsmouth, Hampshire/Census
1861/Charles H Crane/Son, Clerk to Merchant/16/Faversham, Kent/Census
1861/Frederick Crane/Son, Clerk to Merchant/14/Faversham, Kent/Census
1861/Robert Crocker/Waiter/61/Lambeth, Surrey/Census
1861/Jane Matthews/General Servant/19/Southwark, Surrey/Census
1861/William Roberts/Lodger, Carman/82/St James Westminster, Middlesex/Census
1861/Edward Roberts/Labourer/16/St Lukes, Middlesex/Census

1862/Thomas Budgen/../../../Post Office Directory

1863/Thomas Budgen/../../../Post Office Directory

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