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Prince of Wales, 7 Norman street, St Luke EC1

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The address is given as 7 Wenlock Street in the 1871 census return (where the pub is also named), and is listed as 4 Wenlock Street in the 1869 Directory and earlier. The pub is named as the St Luke's Church Tavern in the 1839 Directory (and in an earlier Sun Fire Office insurance record) may be the same premises, as it's the only listed pub on the same street. Closed in 1915 as a pub through the compensation award scheme. *

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Residents at this address.

1830/Henry Pye/victualler, St Lukes Church/../../Sun Fire Office records held at the London Metropolitan Archives *

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

1851/Joseph Beaucloth/Tailor & Beer Shop Keeper/38/London, Middlesex/Census *
1851/Mary Ann Beaucloth/Wife/40/Clerkenwell, Middlesex/Census

1861/William Jinks/Optician, Beer House/45/Birmingham, Warwickshire/Census *
1861/Jane Jinks/Wife/34/Birmingham, Warwickshire/Census
1861/William Jinks/Son, Optician/16/Birmingham, Warwickshire/Census
1861/Emily Jinks/Daughter/14/Birmingham, Warwickshire/Census
1861/Henry Jinks/Son/12/Birmingham, Warwickshire/Census
1861/Alfred Jinks/Son/9/Birmingham, Warwickshire/Census
1861/Edwin Jinks/Son/6/St Luke, Middlesex/Census
1861/George Jinks/Son/4/St Luke, Middlesex/Census
1861/Arthur Jinks/Son/3/St Luke, Middlesex/Census

1869/John Grinonneau/beer retailer/../../Post Office Directory *

1871/John Grinonneau/Beer Seller/34/Kennington, Surrey/Census *
1871/Ann Grinonneau/Aunt/43/Bethnal Green, Middlesex/Census

1881/Maria Mortimer/Beer House Keeper/49/B Ham, Warwick/Census
1881/Annie Mortimer/Daughter/21/Brompton, Middlesex/Census
1881/Charles Newell/Barman/25/Wandsworth, Surrey/Census
1881/Leah Allsop/Niece/12/B Ham, Warwick/Census

1882/Mrs Maria Mortimer/Beer Retailer/../../Post Office Directory

1891/John Pogson/Beerhouse Keeper/49/Halloughton, Nottinghamshire/Census *
1891/Charles Pogson/Son/16/City of London/Census

1895/Ernest Charles Williams/beer retailer/../../Post Office Directory *

1899/Frederick Piper/Beer Retailer/../../Post Office Directory

1901/Frederick Piper/Beer Retailer/32/Hoxton, London/Census
1901/Ann Piper/Wife/30/Clapham, London/Census
1901/Ernest Piper/Son/1/St Lukes, London/Census
1901/Alice Pegram/Servant/15/Great Dunmow, Essex/Census

1910/Frederick Piper/Beer Retailer/../../Post Office Directory

1911/Frederick Ludwig Piper/Beer Retailer/41/Hoxton, London/Census
1911/Sarah Ann Piper/Wife, Assistant/40/Clapham, London/Census
1911/Ernest Leslie Piper/Son/11/St Luke, London/Census
1911/Clarence Arthur Piper/Son/6/St Luke, London/Census

1914/Frederick Piper/Beer Retailer/../../Post Office Directory

London Evening Standard 03 June 1914
Licensing Act 1904 Notice of principal meeting to discuss by the Compensation authority on 1st July 1914
Prince of Wales, 7 Norman street, St Luke, Beer on, Frederick Piper

1915/Frederick Piper/beer retailer/../../Post Office Directory *

Westminster Gazette 14 July 1915
Compensation Authority for the County of London under the Licensing Consolidation Act 1910. The recipients of the money were the freeholders, leaseholders, and tenants of twenty seven licensed premises in the Metropolis, which are to be closed at the end of July as redundant. The awards totalled £59,651.
Prince of Wales, 7 Norman street, St Lukes, £1,950

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