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Old Cheshire Cheese, 23 Addle street, Wood street, St Mary Aldermanbury EC2

St Mary Aldermanbury index

Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese in 1891 and later. In the 1861 and 1930 maps, Addle street runs directly west from Aldermanbury, crossing wood street and thence into Silver street.

A listing of historical London public houses, Taverns, Inns, Beer Houses and Hotels in St Mary Aldermanbury parish, City of London.

Residents at this address.

1808/Edw Turner, Old Cheshire Cheese, 23 Addle street/../../Holdens Directory

1832/J Gurn/../../../Robsons Directory

1836/Josiah Cordle/../../../Pigots Directory

1839/Jonathan Gurr/../../../Pigots Directory

1841/Jonathan Jones/../../../Post Office Directory

1843/John Jones/../../../Kellys Directory

October 1847/Samuel Dewdneu/Outgoing Licensee/../../Era

October 1847/Thomas Ward/Incoming Licensee/../../Era

1848/Samuel Dewdney/../../../Post Office Directory

1851/Mrs Ann Pritchard/../../../Kellys Directory

Morning Advertiser 21 October 1850 - Transfer of Licenses, Oct 19th
Cheshire Cheese, Addle street, to William Charles Pritchard, son of Ann Pritchard, deceased, the late occupier

December 1859/Edmund Osborne Pittkin/Outgoing Licensee/../../London City Press

December 1859/John Sharpe/Incoming Licensee/../../London City Press

October 1860/John Sharpe/Outgoing Licensee/../../London City Press

October 1860/John Bartholomew Moysey/Incoming Licensee/../../London City Press

1861/John B Moysey/Licensed Victualler/30/Whitechapel, Middlesex/Census
1861/Eliza J Moysey/Wife/32/Plymouth, Devon/Census
1861/Rose H Murrill/Servant/15/London, Middlesex/Census
1861/Henry R McHenry/Servant/12/London, Middlesex/Census

1862/J B Moysey/../../../Post Office Directory

The Era 08 September 1867 - Transfer of Licences
City of London - Cripplegate : Cheshire Cheese, Addle stret, William Burgin to Philip R Twentyman

October 1870/P R Twentyman/Outgoing Licensee/../../London City Press

October 1870/T Stancliff/Incoming Licensee/../../London City Press

December 1870/T Stancliff/Outgoing Licensee/../../London City Press

December 1870/F Calver/Incoming Licensee/../../London City Press

1874/Death announced : �On the 2nd February, 1872, at No. 127, Licensed Victuallers' Asylum, Mrs. MARY GURR, aged 75 years, formerly of the �Cheshire Cheese,' Addle Street, Aldermanbury. The deceased was elected an Inmate in 1850, consequently she enjoyed a happy home in the Institution for 22 years, and received from the Endowment Fund a weekly allowance in money, besides numerous other benefits provided by the Society.�/../../Licensed Victuallers Association

1884/William E Andrews/../../../Post Office Directory

1891/Bernard Norman/../../../Post Office Directory

1899/Charles Norton/../../../Post Office Directory

1906/Thomas Wilkinson/../../../Post Office Directory

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