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Crown, Cliffords Inn passage, Fleet street, St Dunstan in West EC4

St Dunstan in West pub history Index

A listing of historical London public houses, Taverns, Inns, Beer Houses and Hotels in St Dunstan in West, City of London.

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1827/Margaret Bowen, Crown, Cliffords Inn Passage, Fleet Street/../../Pigots Directory

1829/H Prince, Crown, 3 Cliffords Inn Passage, Fleet Street/../../Robsons Directory

26 August 1829/Insured: Joseph Baker 3 Cliffords Inn Passage Fleet Street The Crown Tavern victualler/../../Sun Fire Insurance records at the LMA

The Lodge of Confidence initiates on December 31st 1829, Joseph Baker, Tavern Keeper, Cliffords Inn Passage, 1829 to 1836

The Lodge of Confidence, named in 1820 meets at the Crown Tavern, Cliffords Inn passage, London in 1831

1832/James Baker, Crown, 3 Cliffords Inn Passage, Fleet Street/../../Robsons Directory

1836/Joseph Baker, Crown, 3 Cliffords Inn Passage, Fleet Street/../../Pigots Directory

1841/Thomas Hockey/Licensed Victualler/40/../Census
1841/Arabella Hockey/../25/../Census
1841/Emma Baker/Female Servant/15/Middlesex/Census
1841/Isabella Griffith/Female Servant/20/../Census
1841/John Penfold/Male Servant/15/Middlesex/Census

1842/Arabella Hockey, Crown, 3 Cliffords Inn Passage, Fleet Street/../../Robsons Directory

1843/Mrs Arabella Hockey, Crown, 3 Cliffords Inn Passage, Fleet Street/../../Kellys Directory

1848/Charles Egleton, Crown, 3 Cliffords Inn Passage, Fleet Street/../../Post Office Directory

May 1850/Charles Joseph Egleton/Outgoing Licensee/../../Era

May 1850/Edward Stephen Manning/Incoming Licensee/../../Era

1851/Edward S Manning/../../../Kellys Directory

I have my ancestor’s brother, Austin POWER (12 March 1818), as the Publican of the Crown Tavern, London in the 1851 Census with his wife Harriet BARDENS. Their second son, Alfred Mathew Edward Manning POWER, was born in 1850 whilst there. The eldest son, Austin William Bardens POWER (1847) is staying around the corner there with his mother’s sisters. Their only daughter, Justina Mary POWER (1845) is missing but I spot her when their ship, Fitzjames, arrives in Melbourne on the 7 September 1854. Their twins, Charles Blight POWER (1853) died on the 15 July 1854 on the way out and was buried at sea; Francis Foot POWER (1853), died the following year in Bendigo Gold Fields and Austin’s wife died in 1856. Both she and Francis are buried in White Hills Cemetery Bendigo. They moved to Port Chalmers (Dunedin) in New Zealand on the 8 January 1863 onboard the Dublin. Justina followed in August of that year, married J.J. CONNOR in 1864 and had 13 children before dying in 1937. Austin died on the 9 October 1872 from a heart attack; Austin Junior died in Granville NSW Australia in 1921 and Alfred in Burwood, NSW in 1931. **

1851/Austin Power/Publican/33/Plymouth, Devon/Census **
1851/Harriett Power/Wife/29/Plymouth, Devon/Census
1851/Alfred Power/Son/6 months/St Dunstan in the West/Census
1851/Richard Murdel/Potman/22/London/Census
1851/Julia Eals/Maid Servant/25/Limehouse/Census

1856/William John Joseph Kerp/../../../Post Office Directory

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