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Royal Mail, 153 Upper Street, Islington

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This pub was founded in 1631 and rebuilt in its present form in 1879. It remains open and has recently been renamed the Jorene Celeste (2006). It is listed as 124 Upper Street, which is part of Islington High Street (North side) in 1856 ** Later a branch of Grand Union and since 2013, a bar/restaurant called Hoxley & Porter. ***

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Royal Mail, 153 Upper Street - in December 2006

Royal Mail, 153 Upper Street - in December 2006

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Residents at this address.

1827/Henry Leeson, Royal Mail, Upper street, Islington/../../Pigots Directory

April 1827/Henry Leeson/../../../Licensed Victuallers Association

1829/Edward Waddingham, Royal Mail, Upper street, Islington/../../../Robsons Directory

1835/E Waddingham, Royal Mail, 122 Upper street, Islington/../../../Robsons Directory

1839/William Phelps/../../../Pigot's Directory *

1841/William Phelps/../../../Post Office Directory *

1842/W Phelps, Royal Mail, Upper street, Islington/../../../Robsons Directory

1851/James Green/../../../Finsbury Petty Sessions

July 1854/widow of James White mackenzie/Incoming Licensee/../../Era

1856/John Lindfield/../../../Post Office Directory

June 1865/James Webb/Outgoing Licensee/../../North London News

June 1865/Henry Gamble/Incoming Licensee/../../North London News

March 1866/Henry Gamble/License renewal/../Clerkenwell News

1869/H Gamble/../../../Post Office Directory

1881/Francis Heritage/Licensed Victualler/50//Census
1881/Caroline Bathsheba Heritage/Wife/32//Census
1881/Minnie Bathsheba Heritage/Daughter/10//Census
1881/Lilian Maud Heritage/Daughter/2//Census
1881/Francis Christian F Heritage/Son/7 months//Census
1881/Jessie Durston/Sister, Barmaid/23//Census
1881/Albena Durston/Cousin, Governess/18//Census
1881/Lucy Durston/Cousin, Barmaid/25//Census
1881/Emily Padbury/Barmaid/25//Census
1881/Elizabeth Argent/Domestic Servant/19//Census

1882/Francis Heritage/../../../Post Office Directory

1884/Francis Heritage/../../../Post Office Directory

1891/Frederick Adolphus York/../../../Post Office Directory

1895/Mrs Elizabeth & Charles Briebach/../../../Post Office Directory

1899/Fredk Geo Patrick/../../../Post Office Directory

1910/Pearson Walter Hargrave/../../../Post Office Directory

1915/William Brown/../../../Post Office Directory

In 1921 census at 153, Upper Street, Islington
William Brown, Licensed Victualler, aged 45 years 8 months, born in Notting Hill, London, Employer
Nellie Brown, Wife, Assistant, W Brown, Licensed Victualler, aged 47 years 6 months, born in Southwark, LondonAssistant, W Brown, Licensed Victualler
William Miller, Barman, aged 33 years, born in Greenwich, LondonAssistant, W Brown, Licensed Victualler
William T G Denham, Barman, aged 18 years 6 months, born in Holloway, LondonAssistant, W Brown, Licensed Victualler
Carry Belsey, Servant, aged 27 years 5 months, born in Twickenham, London

1934/William Brown/../../../Kellys Directory

1938/Wm Bounds/../../../Post Office Directory

1944/Leon Jas H Partridge/../../../Post Office Directory

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