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Prince of Wales, 19 Great Barlow Street, Marylebone W1

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The address is 22 Great Barlow Street in 1856 and earlier, prior to street renumbering. *

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1823/Mr Procter, Prince of Wales, Great Barlow street, Marylebone/../../Licensed Victuallers Association

1825/Mr Procter, Prince of Wales, Great Barlow street, Marylebone  /../../Licensed Victuallers Association

1827/James Prockter, Prince of Wales, 22 Great Barlow street, Marylebone/../../Pigot's Directory

1833-34/James Procter, Prince of Wales, 22 Great Barlow street, Marylebone/../../Pigot's Directory

1839/John Cross/../../../Pigot's Directory *

1842/Richard Smith/../../../Robson's Directory *

1848/Thomas Tyler/../../../Post Office Directory *

1851/William Pelling/../../../Post Office Directory *

July 1851/William Pelling/Outgoing Licensee/../../Era

July 1851/Daniel Thomas Poulton/Incoming Licensee/../../Era

1856/Edwin Thomas Dozell/../../../Post Office Directory *

1869/John Payne/../../../Post Office Directory *

1881/Henry Deal/Licensed Victualler/38/Maplestead, Essex/Census
1881/Jane Winterburn/Sister/40/Maplestead, Essex/Census
1881/Henry C Winterburn/Nephew/11/York/Census
1881/Winnifred Winterburn/Niece/9/York/Census

1882/Sherriff Wheatley/../../../Post Office Directory

1884/C Hodges/../../../Post Office Directory

1891/Charles Hodges/../../../Post Office Directory *

1895/Chas Hodges/../../../Post Office Directory

1899/Mrs Ann Hodges/../../../Post Office Directory

1910/William Hy Holland/../../../Post Office Directory

1915/Thomas Henry Meaden/../../../Post Office Directory *

1921/Frederick Cook/../../../Hughes Directory *

Marylebone Mercury 17 March 1928
St Marylebone Licensing Sessions
Licenses of four houses referred to the Compensation authority:
The Prince of Wales, Great Barlow street, structure in good condition. The present licensee, Mrs Cooke, was a widow. She, her son and daughter were dependent on the business for a livelihood. A steady trade was carried on.
After consultation, the Bench decided to refer the four houses.

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