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Admiral Napier, 94 Canrobert Street / 9 Charles Street, Bethnal Green E2

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Existed from at least 1872. Charles Street later becomes part of Canrobert Street, and certainly by 1887, as can be seen from the sale agreement of the Admiral Napier in 1887.
Closed by the Compensation Authority in 1908 when it is named at this address.

Residents at this address.

1872/T Brown/../../../Brabners Hackney Directory **

1884/George Williams / Public House Keeper /../../Proceedings of the Old Bailey **

28 February 1887/Sale of Admiral Napier Beer house, Canrobert street, Bethnal Green from Mr Thomas Wright to Mr James Terry/Sale Agreement *

28 February 1887/Sale of Admiral Napier Beer house, Canrobert street, Bethnal Green from Mr Thomas Wright to Mr James Terry/Sale Agreement *

1891/James B Day/Beer House Keeper/57/Enfield, Middlesex/Census
1891/Elizabeth Day/Wife, Assistant/46/Eltham/Census
1891/George F Day/Son/5/West Horsley/Census

Jack Pass, also known as Edward John Pass had a number of pubs during his lifetime, these include the Freemasons Arms 76 Watergate Street, Deptford (1891); Admiral Napier, 94 Carburton Street, Bethnal Green (1895); the Waterloo Tavern 64 Samuel Street, Stepney (1899-1901 ); the White Horse 236 Cambridge Road, Bethnal Green (1902-1909); the Hope (Woodman), 89 Holly Street, Hackney (1910-1915); and at the Boundary House 1 High Street, Ponders End, where he died (1915-1940). *

1895/John Edward Pass/Beer Retailer/../../Post Office Directory

On the 22 September 1895, there is a marriage between William Bailey, aged 35; and Rosetta Bright, widow, aged 37. Her address is listed as at 94 Canrobert Street. The witnesses to the mariage are J Pass and Margaret Pass. This Rosetta later marries Edward John Pass in 1906, in Bethnal Green, see the Hope.

1899/William Harold Tooke/beer retailer/../../Post Office Directory ***

1901/Charles R Deen/Beer House Keeper/28/Chatham, Kent/Census
1901/Annie M Deen/Wife/26/Wales/Census
1901/Annie E Deen/Daughter/4 months/Bethnal Green, London/Census

London Evening Standard 12 June 1907 - List of premises to be considered by the Compensation Authority :
The Admiral Napier, 94 Canrobert Street, Bethnal Green, Beer, Frederick William Flack

Morning Post 29 January 1908
More Lost Licences. £323,342 awarded in six hours as compensation.
Licenses ordered for extinction under the Licensing Act, 1904 were:
Admiral Napier £1755


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