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Norland Arms, 1 Addison Road North, Notting Hill W11

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This pub was open until at least the late 1980s but has since been converted to office use. This pub's address is at 12 Addison Avenue by 1944. *

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Norland Arms, 12 Addison Avenue, W11 - in May 2011

Norland Arms, 12 Addison Avenue, W11 - in May 2011

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Residents at this address

1843/George Marshall/../../../Post Office Directory

1848/Fk & Ed Balcombe/../../../Post Office Directory

1851/Fk Ed Balcombe/../../../Kellys Directory

October 1854/Thomas Wood/ Outgoing Licensee /../../The Era

October 1854/William Sinclair/ Incoming Licensee /../../The Era

1856/William Cook/../../../Post Office Directory

1869/Thomas Reeves Keatley/../../../Post Office Directory

1871/Thomas R Keatley/Licensed Victualler/52/Chipstead, Surrey/Census
1871/Louisa Keatley/Wife/52/Balcombe, Sussex/Census
1871/Charlotte E Keatley/Daughter/26/Streatham, Surrey/Census
1871/Louisa Keatley/Daughter/19/Streatham, Surrey/Census
1871/Mary A Lynn/Sister in Law, Widow/60/Balcombe, Sussex/Census
1871/Sarak K Gayner/Niece, Milliner/37/St Pancras, Middlesex/Census
1871/Charles Trowell/Grandson/3/Middlesex/Census
1871/Annie Finn/General Servant/21/Middlesex/Census

1881/David McLachlan/Licensed Victualler/52/London, Middlesex/Census
1881/Jane McLachlan/Wife/48/London, Middlesex/Census
1881/George McLachlan/Son, Assistant/29/London, Middlesex/Census
1881/Maria McLachlan/Daughter in Law/29/London, Middlesex/Census
1881/Kate McLachlan/Daughter/25/London, Middlesex/Census
1881/Margaret Davis/Niece/25/London, Middlesex/Census
1881/Emily Knight/Grandmother, Widow/72/Brighton, Sussex/Census
1881/Helen Crane/General Servant/28/London, Middlesex/Census

1882/David McLachlan/../../../Post Office Directory

George Absell is at the Britannia  I St Ann's Place, Limehouse 1864 - 1868; the Blue Anchor, Bell Court, 164 Fenchurch Street, City 1868 - 1870; the Crooked Billet, 43 King David Lane, Shadwell 1870 - 1873, and again 1882 -1887 (taken over by Florence Absell (? daughter); the Greyhound , 32 Old Ford Road, Bethnal Green 1880 - 1884; the Dreghorn Castle, 157 Queen's Crescent, Haverstock Hill, St Pancras 1880 - 1882 ; and the Hope, 4 Kenton Street, Brunswick Square, St Pancras 1883 - 1885. Helping to run the Norland Arms, 1 Addison Road North, Uxbridge Road, Notting Hill, Kensington, with his son, George E Absell, the landlord.

West London Observer. 07 January 1888.
Kensington Petty Sessions
The Norland Arms, Kensington, David Thomas McLachlan to George Edmund Absell

1891/George Absell/../../../Post Office Directory

1895/George John Copley/../../../Post Office Directory

1899/George John Copley/../../../Post Office Directory

1910/Mrs Charlotte Shuter/../../../Post Office Directory

1915/Alfred Ernest Batchelor/../../../Post Office Directory

1944/Lionel Thos Salmon & Gilbert Marsh Simpson/../../../Post Office Directory

1971/../Norland Arms/../../Post Office Directory

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