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Wheatsheaf, 13 Mauve Street, Bromley E14

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The early address is at 2 Dyer street. This pub is listed as 13 Mauve Street by 1895, following road renaming. ***

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Residents at this address.

1869/Alfred Mays/Beer Retailer/../Post Office Directory

1871/John Cluney/Boiler Maker & Beer Retailer/38/Poplar, Middlesex/Census
1871/Annie Cluney/Wife/24/Poplar, Middlesex/Census

1881/George H Hemwood/Beer House Keeper/35/Pardo, Cornwall/Census
1881/Fanny Hemwood/Wife/36/Yarmouth, Norfolk/Census
1881/Arthur Hemwood/Son/12/Gillingham, Kent/Census
1881/Lelia Hemwood/Daughter/10/Yarmouth, Norfolk/Census
1881/John Boyce/Brother in Law, Drapers Porter/17/Yarmouth, Norfolk/Census

1882/Geo Hy Henwood/Beer Retailer/../Post Office Directory

1891/Benjamin Bean/Publican/29/West Ham, Essex/Census
1891/Emily Bean/Wife/32/Weeley, Essex/Census
1891/Ellen Scot/Niece/4/Hackney, Middlesex/Census

1895/Robert Fitch/beer retailer/../../Post Office Directory ***

1899/Mrs Caroline Gardner/beer retailer/../../Post Office Directory ***

East London Observer 03 October 1903
Tower Hamlets, the following transfers were made:
Beer at 13 Mauve street, Caroline Gardner to William Joseph Green

1911/Eliza Francis Bingham/Beer House Keeper (Widow)/38/St Georges/Census ***
1911/Mary Ann Jane Bingham/Daughter, Assisting in the Business/17/Stepney/Census
1911/Henry William Bingham/Son/10/Stepney/Census
1911/Lily Bingham/Daughter/8/Hackney/Census
1911/Violet Bingham/Daughter/2.5/Poplar/Census

1910/Henry Bingham/beer retailer/../../Post Office Directory ***

1915/Mrs. Elizabeth Frances Bingham/beer retailer/../../Post Office Directory ***

John James Plato was the Beer Retailer at the Star of East, 38 Tetley Street, Bromley, Poplar, in the 1916 directory. He moved to The Albion in Lewisham ; (at 129 High Street). The Plato family had a number of public houses and his son Herbert Percy took over the running of The Albion. John James Plato died at this location in 1929. **
Electoral Registers show John James Plato at this address from 1921, as well as Herbert Percy, who is also listed at least until 1939. **

Charles Henry Plato, another son mentioned in the probate, was at the Pipemakers Arms, 58 St John's Road, Hillingdon, Uxbridge at least between 1931-34. The Wheatsheaf, 13 Mauve Street, Poplar at least between 1922-25 and a Beer House, 321 St. Leonard's Road, Poplar at least between 1926-30. **

1922 - 1925/Charles Henry Plato/../../../Electoral Register **
1922 - 1925/Clara Plato/../../../Electoral Register

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