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Craven Arms, 39 Queens Road, Bayswater, Paddington W2

The address goes through a number of name changes, latterly being at 39 Queens road, Bayswater. Early addresses include being at 39 Craven Place, Bayswater and at Black Lion lane, Bayswater.

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1827/Mr Long, Craven Arms, Black Lion lane, Bayswater/../../Licensed Victuallers Association

Licensed Victuallers Asylum 1831 - September 12, 1831 Morning Advertiser
The Governors and Committee beg to acknowledge the receipt of the following further Contributions since their last advertisement :-
John Long, Craven Arms, Black Lion lane, Bayswater, in addition to two guineas, 1 guinea

1833-34, Craven Arms, John Long, 39 Craven Place, Bayswater/../../../Pigots Directory

1839, William Nicholson, Craven Head, 39 Craven Place, Bayswater/../../../Pigots Directory

1848, William Nicholson, Craven Arms, 39 Queens Road, Bayswater/../../../Post Office Directory

1851, William Nicholson, Craven Arms, 39 Queens Road, Bayswater/../../../Post Office Directory


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