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Bazaar Tavern, 10 King Street, Marylebone W1

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Named the Horse Bazaar in 1827 and in the 1849 and 1854 license transfers.

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Lodge of Concord meets at the Bazaar Coffee house, King street, Portman square, London in 1826

1827/George Young, Horse Bazaar Tavern, 10 King street, Portman square/../../Pigots Directory

1833-34/John Jameson, Bazaar, 10 King Street, Portman square/../../Pigots Directory

1836/Samuel Christmas Bailey/victualler/../../Sun Fire Office records held at the London Metropolitan Archives *

1839/Jno Smith/../../../Pigots Directory

1841/John Smith/../../../Post Office Directory *

1848/Joseph Emms/../../../Post Office Directory

November 1849/Joseph Emms/Outgoing Licensee/../../Era Newspaper

November 1849/Thomas Wilson/Incoming Licensee/../../Era Newspaper

1851/Thomas Wilson/../../../Post Office Directory

July 1854/Jane Dyke/Outgoing Licensee/../../Era

July 1854/Joshua Monckton/Incoming Licensee/../../Era

1856/Wm Jas Watkins/../../../Post Office Directory

1862/Henry Steff/../../../Post Office Directory

1869/Henry Steff/../../../Post Office Directory

1881/John T Hembrey/Manager, Licensed Victualler/35/Bermondsey, Surrey/Census
1881/Matilda Hembrey/Wife/32/Marylebone, Middlesex/Census
1881/Matilda Hembrey/Daughter/7/Westminster/Census
1881/William H Hembrey/Son/2/Islington/Census
1881/James Hembrey/Son/1/Islington/Census
1881/James Snell/Potman/26/Devon/Census
1881/Sarah Mantell/Cook/19/Bermondsey, Surrey/Census
1881/Matilda A Ship/Nurse Maid/14/Little Wilbram/Census

1882/Henry Hill/../../../Post Office Directory

1884/James Cooper/../../../Post Office Directory

1891/Mrs Fanny Shipwright/../../../Post Office Directory

1895/Mrs Fanny Shipwright/../../../Post Office Directory

1899/Mrs Fanny Shipwright/../../../Post Office Directory

1910/Henry Rogerson/../../../Post Office Directory

1915/Mrs Lydia Shaw/../../../Post Office Directory

1921/L M Shaw/../../../Hughes Directory

In 1921 at 10 King Street, St Marylebone, London & Middlesex
Lydia Millicent Shaw, Licensed Victualler, Widow aged 55 years 2 months and born in London
Gertrude Lilian Shaw, Daughter, Licensed Victualler Assistant, Working Mother At 10 King St Baker Street aged 30 years 11 months and born in London
Emily Moon, Boarder, Clerk, Gay Stewart Co Clothier & C 10 South Street, Finsbury aged 34 years 1 month and born in Derbyshire

Marylebone Mercury 17 March 1928
St Marylebone Licensing Sessions
Licenses of four houses referred to the Compensation authority:
The Horse Bazaar, was a century old, the bars were small, and near it were many licensed premises. A renewal of one year was requested, with considerabl financial interests involved. The lease of the premises had been bought by Messrs Druce and Co Ltd, furnishers and upholsterers at a cost of £2,560, and it was their intention to incorporate the licensed premises in the extension of their present warehouse.
After consultation, the Bench decided to refer the four houses.



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