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In the 1841 census, James Punt is a publican in Lower Copenhagen street. The address is 1 Lower Copenhagen Street in 1856 and earlier, prior to street renaming. * The pub's most recent name was Lark in the Park before it was closed and demolished. This pub is now called 'Whelans'. ** Probably rebuilt in the 1930s and closed in 2010. ** Demolished in the summer of 2014 to make way for housing. The pub was situated at the junction of Copenhagen Street and Charlotte Terrace, north side. *+

George IV, 60 Copenhagen Street, Islington N1 - in March 2010

George IV, 60 Copenhagen Street, Islington N1 - in March 2010

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1832/Thomas Dixon, George the Fourth, Copenhagen street, White Conduit fields/../../Robsons Directory

1836/Thomas Dixon, George IV, 1 Lower Copenhagen street/../../Pigot's Directory *

1839/A. A. Watkins/../../../Pigot's Directory *

1840/A. A. Watkins/../../../Pigot's Directory

At the Turks Head, Bethnal Green between 1831 and 1834. In 1836, James Punt is at the Dunstans Arms, East road, City road; By 1837, James Punt appears to be at the Coach & Horses, 120 St John street road for a couple of years, and then followed by the George the Fourth, Copenhagen street again briefly. In 1843, James Punt senior, is at the Prince of Wales, 22 East Road, City Road. In 1848, he is the incoming licensee for the Holywell, at 165 Shoreditch High street;

In the 1843 directory, James Punt junior is at the Falcon, Bethnal Green, see the Old Blind Beggar for more detail! In 1843, a James Punt applies for a license for a house in east Smithfield opposite to St Katherines Docks, the Dock Tavern (he is mentioned as James Punt junior), and he is here for about eight years, and then the Gentleman & Porter, 48 Kingsland Road, Shoreditch in about 1855 where he morts, and leaves the pub to his wife Marianne Punt.

1841/James Punt/Publican/50/../Census
1841/Hannah Punt/../45/../Census
1841/Jesse Punt/../20/../Census
1841/Samuel Punt/../15/../Census
1841/John Punt/../10/Middlesex/Census
1841/George Punt/../9/Middlesex/Census
1841/Alfred Punt/../7/Middlesex/Census
1841/Temy Dohen/Independant/50//Census

1842/Alexander Mills, George the Fourth, Copenhagen street, White Conduit fields/../../Robsons Directory

1846/Alexander Mills, George the Fourth, Copenhagen street, Pentonville/../../Post Office Directory

1851/John Charles Compton/../../../Finsbury Petty Sessions

1856/Philip Coxhead/../../../Post Office Directory *

Era 2 October 1859 - Transfer of Licenses
George the Fourth, Copenhagen street, Philip Coxhead to William G Lowery

Morning Advertiser 23 November 1863
George the Fourth, Copenhagen street, William Younger Laing to Rachel Depledge

March 1866/Thomas Austin/License renewal/../Clerkenwell News

1869/Thomas Austin/../../../Post Office Directory

January 1872/Frederick Lock/Outgoing Licensee/../../Era Newspaper

January 1872/Alfred Cole/Incoming Licensee/../../Era Newspaper

1881/Philip B Twentyman/Licensed Victualler/54/Caldbeck, Cumberland/Census
1881/Margaret Twentyman/Wife/56/Crosley Ravensworth, Westmorland/Census
1881/John Twentyman/Son/23/Crosley Ravensworth, Westmorland/Census
1881/Elizabeth Holmes/General Servant/24/Caldbeck, Cumberland/Census
1881/William Martin/Barman/20/Belchampotten, Essex/Census
1881/John Girnham/Barman/16/St Leonards, Middlesex/Census
1881/George Ayling/Barman/22/Berkhamspstead, Hertford/Census

1882/Philip B Twentyman/../../../Post Office Directory

1884/Philip B Twentyman/../../../Post Office Directory

1891/George Knight/../../../Post Office Directory

1891/George J Knight/Licenced Victualler/30/Staines, Middlesex/Census
1891/Mary J Knight/Wife/30/Kingsland, London/Census
1891/George W Knight/Son/6/Croydon, Surrey/Census
1891/Herbert Knight/Son/5/Croydon, Surrey/Census
1891/Constance H Knight/Daughter/3/Croydon, Surrey/Census
1891/Norman G Knight/Son/3/Croydon, Surrey/Census
1891/Annie D Knight/Daughter/2/Croydon, Surrey/Census
1891/Edward J Dunk/Barman/23/Faversham, Kent/Census
1891/Albert Shaw/Barman/19/Borough, London/Census
1891/Eliza Andrews/General Servant/21/St Pancras Road/Census
1891/Edith Lawrence/Nurse/24/Kingsland/Census

1895/George James Knight/../../../Post Office Directory

1899/Dickson & North/../../../Post Office Directory

Islington Gazette - 01 October 1907 Transfers granted
George the Fourth, 60 Copenhagen street, Caledonian road, from John Levy to Michael Isaacs

1910/Michael Isaacs/../../../Post Office Directory

1915/William Frank Possee/../../../Post Office Directory

1921/John Reeve/../../../Hughes Directory *

1934/John Reeve/../../../Kellys Directory

1938/Hy Mullem/../../../Post Office Directory

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