Three Suns, 61 Garnet Street, Shadwell E1

At 88 New Crane up until 1856; then at 61 New Gravel Lane by 1869; this address finally changes between 1938 and 1944 to 61 Garnet Street, Wapping. The pub was built in 1880 and closed in 1986. It is now in use as an off-licence (2006). ** Now an organic and 'bio-dynamic' wine bar and retailer called Victualler, this pub's address is now 69 Garnet Street (2014). **+

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A listing of historical public houses, Taverns, Inns, Beer Houses and Hotels in Shadwell, London - in East London.

Three Suns, 61 Garnet Street, Wapping - in September 2006

Three Suns, 61 Garnet Street, Wapping - in September 2006

Kindly provided by Stephen Harris

Three Suns, 61 Garnet Street, E1 - in June 2014

Three Suns, 61 Garnet Street, E1 - in June 2014

Kindly provided by Tris

Residents at this address

1811/John Brown, publican, 88 New crane, Wapping/../../Holdens Directory

1833/Alexander Langlands/../../../Licensed Victuallers Association

1842/Mary Ann Law, Three Suns, New Crane/../../Robsons Directory

1851/John Boggon/../../../Kellys Directory

1851/John Boggon/Victualler/37/Durham/Census
1851/Frances Boggon/Wife/28/Northumberland/Census
1851/Bridget Murray/House Servant/21/Ireland/Census

1856/John Boggon/../../../Post Office Directory

1863/George Scollick/../../../Post Office Directory

1869/George Scollick/../../../Post Office Directory

August 1869/George Scollick, late occupier/Outgoing Licensee/../../Era

August 1869/Charlotte Elizabeth Scollick and John Boggon, executors of George Scollick/Incoming Licensee/../../Era

November 1869/Charlotte Elizabeth Scollick and John Boggon/ Outgoing Licensee /../../East London Observer

November 1869/William Ratcliffe/ Incoming Licensee /../../East London Observer

1881/John Ward/Publican/66/Wimborne, Dorset/Census
1881/Elizabeth Ward/Wife/55/Halesworth, Suffolk/Census
1881/Henry Ward/Son/6/Shadwell, Middlesex/Census
1881/Laura Rowe/Servant/19/Bale, Norfolk/Census

1884/John Ward/../../../Post Office Directory

1891/Geo Chas Edwards/../../../Post Office Directory

1895/Alfred Garrod/../../../Post Office Directory

1899/George Porter/../../../Post Office Directory

1910/George Porter/../../../Post Office Directory

1915/George Porter/../../../Post Office Directory

1921/Miss Alice M Porter/../../../Post Office Directory

1934/Thomas W Mercer/../../../Kelly's

1938/Mrs Minnie E Simpson/../../../Post Office Directory

In 1951 you have an entry for Mrs E Neale who died at the Three Suns 15th Jan 1951. She was my dad's aunt, called Ethel Winifred Neale and her husband was Arthur R Neale. The entry above hers on the page says Benj Harris 1944. *

We have many photos of Ben HARRIS and Ethel's daughter can't remember much about him due to her being very young, but he is connected to us in some way. *

1944/Benj Harris/../../../Post Office Directory

1946/B Harris/../../../Telephone Directory [ROYal 4987]

1948/E Neale/../../../Telephone Directory [ROYal 4987]

Mrs E Neale, Three Suns, died January 15th, 1951 - Black Eagle Journal ***

1951/Mr & Mrs W R Watts/../../../Black Eagle Journal ***

1953/William R Watts/../../../BT Telephone Directory ***

1960s - 1970s/Frank & Clara Chapman/../../../Personal history *+

1971- 1984/My mother Barbara June Whitchelo was the last publican and the the first woman licensee. She took the three suns over 10th March 1971 and stopped trading on at micklemess day 29th September 1984. Then the docklands took over. ***+

* Provided by Donna McKenzie

*+ Provided by Janet Cave

** Provided by Stephen Harris

**+ Provided By Tris

*** Provided By Alex Wilkinson

***+ Provided By Ian Whitchelo

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