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Blue Anchor, 9 Clare Street, St Clement Danes WC2

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The street listing for Clare street does not list 9 Clare street by 1873, and therefore is closed as a business.

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1805/Charles Goring, wine and brandy vaults, 9 Clare street, Clare market/../../Holdens Directory

1827/Charles Coultas/../../../Licensed Victuallers Association

1832/Charles Coultas/../../../Robsons Directory

1833-34/Charles Coultas/../../../Pigots Directory

1834/Mr Charles Coultas/../../../Licensed Victuallers Association

1837/Charles Coultas/../../../Robsons Directory

1839/James Spicer/../../../Pigots Directory

1841/J Spicer/../../../Post Office Directory

1841/William Sanderson/Publican/26//Census
1841/Eliza Sanderson/../20/../Census
1841/William Field/Male Servant/15/Middlesex/Census

1842/W Sanderson/../../../Robsons Directory

1843/William Sanderson/../../../Kellys Directory

William Sanderson is at the Duke of York, 29 Shadwell High Street by 1848 *

1851/Miss Harriett Stiles/../../../Kellys Directory

1851/Harriott Stiles/Victualler/27/Hensham, Oxfordshire/Census
1851/Emma Stiles/Niece, Barmaid/14/Headington, Oxfordshire/Census
1851/Mary Ann Musgrove/General Servant/35/Kingston, Surrey/Census
1851/John Keene/Barman/22/Marylebone, Middlesex/Census

1852/Miss Harriett Stiles/../../../Post Office Directory

1856/James Keene/../../../Post Office Directory

January 1856/James Keener/Outgoing Licensee/../../Era

January 1856/Charles Rose/Incoming Licensee/../../Era

1862/C Rose/../../../Post Office Directory

April 1864/Charles Rose/Outgoing Licensee/../../Era Newspaper

April 1864/Edwin Benjamin Clarke/Incoming Licensee/../../Era Newspaper

1869/Moses Bellingham/../../../Post Office Directory

March 1869/Moses Bellingham/Outgoing Licensee/../../Era

March 1869/John Clarkson/Incoming Licensee/../../Era

My wife's ancestor James Bennett Carter was the Licensee in 1870.He paid rent for the premises to the Duchy of Lancaster of £40 per annum, on which figure he also paid Land Tax of £3.6s.8d.James died there on 25th May 1870 of cirrhosis dropsy (acute liver failure).
The Louisa Carter mentioned in the license transfer was his wife who, presumably, was able to stay on until December having paid the rent for that year. *

December 1870/Louisa Carter/Outgoing Licensee/../../Era Newspaper

December 1870/Thomas Bowles/Incoming Licensee/../../Era Newspaper

1871/James Carter/record clearly out of date !/../../Post Office Directory

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