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Duke Of York, 24 York Way, Kings Cross, London , N1 9AA

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The address is 14 York Road in 1869 and earlier, prior to street renumbering. It is 7 York Road in the 1851 census, and 7 Maiden Lane in the 1851 Directory and earlier, prior to street renaming. * The modern address is renamed to York Way between 1939 and 1944; The pub was closed and  lying empty in 2008. ** the pub currently trades under the name of the Fellow, a Young pub in 2017. ***

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Duke of York, 24 York Way, N1 - in February 2008

Duke of York, 24 York Way, N1 - in February 2008

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Duke of York, 24 York Way, Islington N1 - in May 2010

Duke of York, 24 York Way, Islington N1 - in May 2010

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Residents at this address.

1848/Anthony Fromant/beer retailer/../../Post Office Directory *

1851/Anthony Fromant/beer retailer/../../Post Office Directory *

1851/Anthony Fromant/Licensed Victualler/31/Willbraham, Cambridgeshire/Census *
1851/Elizabeth Fromant/Wife/30/Landon, Staffordshire/Census
1851/Harriett Tansley/Relative/26/Landon, Staffordshire/Census
1851/Mary Ann Payne/Lodger (Widow), Landed Proprietor/53/Brighton, Sussex/Census
1851/John Nisbett Payne/Lodger/27/Brighton, Sussex/Census
1851/George Grandon/Lodger, Draper/32/Jarratt, Northamptonshire/Census
1851/John Manton/Lodger, Draper/30/Cullompton, Devon/Census
1851/Henry Barrett/Lodger, Bricklayer/25/Beadley, Cambridgeshire/Census
1851/William Woodhouse/Lodger, Bricklayer/27/Wisbeach, Cambridgeshire/Census
1851/William Lovesey/Porter/29/Reading, Berkshire/Census
1851/Julia Husitt/House Servant/20/Norwich, Norfolk/Census
1851/Robert Webb/Lodger, Stone Mason/19/Fulbourne, Cambridgeshire/Census
1851/William Swift/Lodger, Carpenter/21/Northumberland/Census

1856/George Grendon/../../../Post Office Directory *

Morning Advertiser 21 November 1859 - Transfer of Licenses
Duke of York, York road, George Grendon to James Edward Miles

1861/James E. Mills/Licensed Victualler/33/Westminster, Middlesex/Census *
1861/Elizabeth Mills/Wife/27/Westminster, Middlesex/Census
1861/James Mills/Son/7/Lambeth, Surrey/Census
1861/Margaret Mills/Daughter/4/Adelaide, South Australia/Census
1861/Louisa Mills/Daughter/1/Westminster, Middlesex/Census
1861/Anne Dalziel/Barmaid/18/Scotland/Census
1861/Henry Ward/Potman/30/Islington, Middlesex/Census
1861/Susan Lowne/Cook/19/Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk/Census
1861/Sarah Lowne/Nursemaid/13/Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk/Census

The Era 08 October 1865 - transfer of licences:
Duke of York, York road, John Jehu to Peter Greaves

February 1866/P Greaves/Outgoing Licensee/../../Islington Gazette

February 1866/J Basham/Incoming Licensee/../../Islington Gazette

March 1866/John Basham/License renewal/../Clerkenwell News

January 1867/John Basham, deceased/Outgoing Licensee/../../Islington Gazette

January 1867/Maria Basham, his widow/Incoming Licensee/../../Islington Gazette

1869/Mrs M Basham/../../../Post Office Directory

1881/Wm Deacon/Licensed Victualler/61/Devon/Census
1881/Laura Deacon/Wife/50/Devon/Census
1881/Edith Deacon/Daughter, Assistat/20/Devon/Census
1881/Flora Day/Domestic Servant/21/London, Middlesex/Census
1881/Mary Scholfield/Servant/16/London, Middlesex/Census

1882/William Deacon/../../../Post Office Directory

1884/Frederick J Deacon/../../../Post Office Directory

1891/John Cooper/../../../Post Office Directory

1895/Charles Roberts/../../../Post Office Directory *

1899/Charles Roberts/../../../Post Office Directory

1901/William Rowley/Publican Manager/31/Bermondsey, London/Census
1901/Charlotte Rowley/Publican Manageress/29/Islington, London/Census
1901/Thomas Rowley/Son/6/Islington, London/Census
1901/Arthur Onslow/Barman/23/Battersea, London/Census
1901/Albert Greenhill/Barman/19/Regents Park, London/Census
1901/Jenny Gee/Cook/23/Bow, London/Census

Islington Gazette - 01 October 1907 Transfers granted
Duke of York, 24 York road, Kings Cross, from Alfred Aylett Moore and John Shields to Omar Hall

1910/Omar Hall/../../../Post Office Directory

1915/George Thomas Heywood/../../../Post Office Directory

1921/G. T. Heywood/../../../Hughes Directory *

In 1921 census at 24 York Road, King's Cross, Frederick Lee, Licensed Victualler aged 43 years 11 months and born in Northamptonshire
Ellen Lee, Wife, Home Duties aged 42 years 3 months and born in Islington, London
Jessie E Lee, Daughter aged 12 years 2 months and born in Hornsey, London
Clarie Lee, Daughter aged 7 years 5 months and born in Hornsey, London
Thomas Lee, Son aged 2 years and born in Islington, London
Harry Sharp, Barman, Public House, F C Lee Licensee aged 20 years 9 months and born in Bow, London
Charles W Webb, Barman, Public House, F C Lee Licensee aged 44 years 9 months and born in Hertfordshire
Alice R Dawson, General Domestic Servant, Public House, F C Lee Licensee aged 15 years 11 months and born in Hampstead, London
Bertha S Carson, Barmaid, Public House, F C Lee Licensee aged 20 years 8 months and born in Paddington, London
Annie Haber, Barmaid, Public House, F C Lee Licensee aged 17 years 6 months and born in Holloway, London

1934/Goodhews Ltd/../../../Kellys Directory

1938/Goodhews Ltd/../../../Post Office Directory

1944/Goodhews Ltd/../../../Post Office Directory

2017/../The Fellow, 24 York Way, Kings Cross, London , N1 9AA : Youngs../../../pub directory ***


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