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Queens Head, 1 Dukes court, St Martins lane WC2H

St Martins pub history index

A listing of historical public houses, Taverns, Inns, Beer Houses and Hotels in St Martins in Fields, London.

Residents at this address

1805/Mrs Robley, Queens Head tavern, Dukes court, Bow street/../../Holdens Directory

1806/Mr Harris, Queens Head, Dukes court, Bow street, Covent garden/../../London Brewery 1806 customer for supplying the public with genuine malt liquor

1809/William Harris, Queens Head, Dukes court, Covent garden/../../Holdens Directory

John Lockie, a descriptive London Street Directory in 1810 describes - "Dukes Court, Drury Lane, at 50, about nine doors South from Long acre and about of a mile from the New Church, Strand, in the opposite direction, it extends to 27 Bow street."

1833-34/Thomas Gaynor, Queens Head, 1 Dukes court, Drury lane/../../Pigot's Directory

1836/Thomas Smith, Queens Head, 5 Dukes court, Drury lane/../../Pigots Directory

1839/Thomas Keast/../../../Pigots Directory

1842/David Amey/../../../Robsons Directory

1848/William Mullins/../../../Post Office Directory

Era 24 October 1847 - Transfers :
Queens Head, Dukes court, William Mullins to William Must

1851/Robert Flagg/../../../Kellys Directory

1851/Robert Flagg/Licensed Victualler/40/Somerset/Census
1851/Margaret Flagg/Wife/33/Middlesex/Census
1851/William Flagg/Son/4/London/Census
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1856/Mrs Charlotte Flagg, Queens Head, Dukes court, Bow Street/../../Post Office Directory

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