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Royal Oak, 98 St Johns Way, Islington N19

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At 98 St Johns Road in 1938 and earlier; the road is renamed to St Johns Way by 1944. The current address is 250 St Johns Way. The original site was 250m to the south-west of the present pub, at the intersection between St Johns Road and Ashbrook Road. *

Royal Oak, 98 St. Johns Way, N19 - in the 1930s

Royal Oak, 98 St. Johns Way, N19 - in the 1930s

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Royal Oak, 250 St. Johns Way, N19 - in April 2010

Royal Oak, 250 St. Johns Way, N19 - in April 2010

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March 1866/Joseph Charles Bowles/License renewal/../Clerkenwell News

1869/Charles Bowles/../../../Post Office Directory *

1874/William James Hunt/../../../Post Office Directory *

1881/Frederick C Winch/Licenced Victualler/52/Margate, Kent/Census
1881/Jane Winch/Wife/40/Wisley, Surrey/Census
1881/Francis W Canfield/Potman/15/Islington, Middlesex/Census
1881/Mary A Wilks/General Servant/25/Long Acre, Middlesex/Census

1896/George Soole & Co./../../../Kelly's Directory *

Islington Gazette 31 October 1900 - Licence Transfers
Royal Oak, 89 St Johns road, Islington, Lionel Webb Norton to James Meadmore

1901/James Meadmore/Licensed Victualler/33/Romford, Essex/Census
1901/Elizabeth Meadmore/Wife/33/Romford, Essex/Census
1901/Frank Reader/Barman/23/Marden, Kent/Census
1901/Robert Tigg/Barman/17/London/Census
1901/Walter Loader/Barman/16/Sway, Hampshire/Census
1901/Alice Nicholls/Servant/26/Hampstead, London/Census
1901/Florence Smith/Visitor/12/Romford, Essex/Census

1904/Edmund Cleghorn/../../../Post Office Directory

1906/John Fox/../../../Post Office Directory *

1911/John Fox/../../../Post Office Directory

1914/Moore & Dobbin/../../../Post Office Directory *

1919/Moore & Stevens/../../../Post Office Directory

1920/James Meadmore of the Royal Oak Hotel Holloway Middlesex died 13 September 1920 Probate London 29 October to William Meadmore licensed victualler. Effects £16050 14s

1921/James Meadmore/../../../Post Office Directory

Mrs Blanche Williams of the Royal Oak - in the 1930s

Mrs Blanche Williams of the Royal Oak - in the 1930s

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Blanche Mary Williams (nee Meadmore, nee Diamond, nee Williams) is married to James Meadmore in 1916 at the Plough Inn, Tottenham in 1916, and remarries in 1922 to George Percy Williams

1934/Mrs Blanche Williams/../../../Kellys Directory

1938/Mrs Blanche Williams/../../../Post Office Directory

1940/Mrs Blanche Williams/../../../Post Office Directory *

1944/Mrs Blanche Williams/../../../Post Office Directory

1946/Blanche Mary Williams of the Royal Oak 98 St Johns Way Upper Holloway London (wife of George Percy Williams) died 22 October 1945 at St Marys Islington Hospital London Probate Llandudno 16 February to Westminster Bank Limited. Effects £17531


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