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Crown & Dolphin, 56 Cannon street road E1

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At 29 back road in the 1851 census. aka the Dolphin before 1884; closed in 2002 and now in residential usage **

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Crown & Dolphin, 56 Cannon Street Road - in August 2006

Crown & Dolphin, 56 Cannon Street Road - in August 2006

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Residents at this address.

The Ratcliffe Highway Murders of 1811 saw seven people gruesomely murdered in two vicious attacks twelve days apart. An almost certainly innocent man called John Williams was apprehended for the murders and whilst on trial he committed suicide. Since suicides could not be buried in consecrated ground his body was buried in a pit under the crossroads where Cannon Street Road and Cable Street intersect. His body was rediscovered there in 1886 when the gas main was being laid. The site where he was buried is right in front of the Crown and Dolphin, 56 Cannon Street Road. (many more details available on Wikipedia under: Ratcliffe Highway Murders). *

1827/Dorothy Ireland, Crown and Dolphin, 30 Cannon street, St Georges east/../../Pigots Directory

1831/Dorothy Ireland, Crown and Dolphin, Cannon street road/../../Licensed Victuallers Association

1832/James Ireland, Crown & Dolphin, 29 Cannon street/../../Robsons

1842/A Watson, Crown & Dolphin, Back road/../../Robsons

1848/Charles Henry Petter/../../../Post Office Directory

1851/Charles Henry Petter/../../../Kelly's

1851/Charles Henry Petter/Licensed Victualler/29/Barnstaple, Devon/Census
1851/George Bradford/Barman/27/Marwood, Devon/Census
1851/Maria Bradford/Servant/29/Marwood, Devon/Census
1851/Nathaniel Jackson/Pot Boy/15/London, Middlesex/Census

1853/Charles Henry Petter/../../../Post Office Directory

November 1852/Charles Henry Petter/Outgoing Licensee/../../Era Newspaper

November 1852/William John Thompson/Incoming Licensee/../../Era Newspaper

1856/William John Thompson/../../../Post Office Directory

May 1862/William J Thompson/LV Association, Governor/../../Era

July 1862/William John Thompson/Outgoing Licensee/../../East London Observer

My great great grandfather George John PENNEY was the licencee of the Crown & Dolphin, circa 1862 ( the year before, he was the licencee of THE GEORGE, 1 Portland Street, Soho). His last child, Francis was born in the pub on 12 August 1862. The Penney family were resident there until approx 1871. In the 1871 census, George Penney was registered as the licensee of the MARQUIS OF CORNWALLIS, Old Ford Road, Bow. His elder children, George Francis and Ann were, by now running the Crown and Dolphin - George Francis had already received an inheritance from his father in 1868 and it seems possible that he bought the pub. However, in 1872, George John was registered at both pubs. ***

July 1862/George John Penney/Incoming Licensee/../../East London Observer

1862/George John Penney/../../../.. ***

1869/George John Penney/../../../Post Office Directory

1881/James Crane/Licensed Victualler/44/Bristol, Somerset/Census
1881/Marian Crane/Wife/44/Horton, Middlesex/Census
1881/Emily S Crane/Daughter, Barmaid/21/Plymouth/Census
1881/Eleanor M Callaghan/Domestic Serv/20/Whitechapel, Middlesex/Census
1881/Mary Slack/Domestic Serv/38/Surrey/Census
1881/Arthur Wiltshire/Barman/22/Springfield, Essex/Census

1884/George H Mayger/../../../Post Office Directory

1891/John Richard Goy/../../../Post Office Directory

1891/John George/Licensed Victualler/32/St George in East, London/Census
1891/Susan George/Wife/35/Woolwich, Kent/Census
1891/Susan George/Daughter/11/Wapping, London/Census
1891/John George/Son/10/St George in East, London/Census
1891/Joseph George/Son/7/Shoreditch, London/Census
1891/Rose George/Daughter/2 months/St George in East, London/Census

1895/George Leeder/../../../Post Office Directory

1899/George Leeder/../../../Post Office Directory

1901/George Leeder/Licensed Victualler, Widow/47/Watton, Norfolk/Census
1901/Katie Leeder/Daughter, Barmaid/23/Islington, London/Census
1901/Mary Leeder/Daughter, Barmaid/21/Bethnal Green, London/Census
1901/Annie Leeder/Daughter, Dress Maker/20/Bethnal Green, London/Census
1901/Mary Ann Brown/Visitor, Widow/59/Norfolk/Census
1901/Jenny M Hammond/Barmaid/32/London/Census
1901/Beatrice Golding/Barmaid/26/Canterbury, Kent/Census

1910/Geo William Williams/../../../Post Office Directory

1915/Geo William Williams/../../../Post Office Directory

1926/Horace Glover/../../../.. **

1936/Samuel Bloom/../../../.. **

1934/Simon Frankel/../../../Post Office Directory

1938/Thos A Austin/../../../Post Office Directory

1944/Copes Taverns/../../../Post Office Directory

1953-1954/J W Chandler, Crown & Dolphin, 56 Cannon street road E1/../../B T Telephone Directory [STPny Grn 1417]

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*** Provided by Dawn Sheppard

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