Vine, 86 Highgate Road NW5 1PB

St Pancras index

The address is at Fitzroy terrace, Kentish Town in 1869 and earlier

Vine, 86 Highgate Road NW5

Vine, 86 Highgate Road NW5

Vine, 86 Highgate Road NW5 - in May 2010

Vine, 86 Highgate Road NW5 - in May 2010

Kindly provided by Stephen Harris

Historical London public houses, Taverns, Inns, Beer Houses and Hotels.

Residents at this address.

1836/Philip Hustead, Vine Tavern, Great Green street, Kentish Town/../../Pigot's Directory

1839/William Robinson, Vine Tavern, Fitzroy terrace, Kentish Town/../../Pigot's Directory

April 1854/Joseph Godwin/Outgoing Licensee/../../Era Newspaper

April 1854/Thomas Watts/Incoming Licensee/../../Era Newspaper

1856/Thomas Watts, Vine, Fitzroy terrace, Kentish Town/../../Post Office Directory

June 1862/Elizabeth Thompson/Outgoing Licensee/../../Era

June 1862/Benjamin Deller/Incoming Licensee/../../Era

1869/Richard B Meek, Vine, Fitzroy terrace, Kentish Town NW/../../Post Office Directory

1871/Richard B Meek/Publican/58/Marylebone/Census
1871/Rosetta Meek/Wife/52/Marylebone/Census
1871/Richard Meek/Son/22/Marylebone/Census
1871/Thomas Meek/Son, Ironmongers Assistant/21/Marylebone/Census
1871/Emma Meek/Daughter/17/Marylebone/Census
1871/William Meek/Son/16/Marylebone/Census
1871/Fanny Meek/Daughter/14/Marylebone/Census
1871/Mary A Meek/Mother, Widow/77/Winchester/Census
1871/Annie Norcott/Servant/22/St Pancras/Census

1874/Richard Beynon Meek/../../../Middlesex Post Office Directory

In his will proved 1878 London, Richard Beynon Meek left his copyhold public house 'being known as the Sun & Sawyers Public House High Street Poplar' to his son Richard Meek. Richard Beynon Meek was at the time of his death a Licensed Victualler at the Marlborough Hotel, Upper Holloway and had previously been landlord of The Vine, Highgate Road Kentish Town. ***

1881/William J Sedgwick/Licensed Victualler/37/Hackney Road/Census
1881/Mary A Sedgwick/Wife/28/Hoxton/Census
1881/William Sedgwick/Son/6/Hackney Road/Census
1881/Winifred Sedgwick/Daughter/5/Highgate Road/Census
1881/Adam L Sedgwick/Son/4/Highgate Road/Census
1881/Eleanor Smeeton/Visitor/27/Dalston/Census
1881/Lucy Symonds/Domestic Servant/44/Oxford/Census
1881/Rosa Webster/Domestic Servant/14/Essex/Census

1882/William John Sedgwick/../../../Post Office Directory

1899/Frederick Thos Mosley/../../../Post Office Directory

1901/Frederick T Mosley/Licensed Victualler/44/Marylebone, London/Census
1901/Charlotte S Mosley/Wife/39/Marylebone, London/Census
1901/Winifred E Mosley/Daughter/11/St Pancras, London/Census
1901/Charlotte C Mosley/Daughter/10/St Pancras, London/Census
1901/Doris M Mosley/Daughter/4/Shepherds Bush, London/Census
1901/Susanna Adams/Sister in Law, General Help/52/Marylebone, London/Census
1901/Augusta A Tricker/Sister in Law, General Help/35/Marylebone, London/Census
1901/Florence Francis/Barmaid/24/Edgware, Middlesex/Census
1901/Samuel Smith/Barman/31/Reedham, Norfolk/Census
1901/James Whybro/Barman/24/Chelmsford, Essex/Census
1901/Ellen Wormald/Housemaid/18/Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire/Census

1910/Herbert Sheppard/../../../Post Office Directory

1911/Herbert Sheppard/Licensed Victualler/45/Blackheath, Kent/Census *
1911/Catherine Matilda Sheppard/Wife/40/Kensington, London/Census
1911/Laura Sheppard/Daughter/17/New York,US America/Census
1911/Dorothy Gwendoline Sheppard/Daughter/7/St Pancras/Census
1911/Lionel William Clement Sheppard/Son/7/St Pancras/Census
1911/Mary Keating/Cook, widow/50/Newport, Isle of Wight/Census
1911/Florence Leary/Housemaid/24/Upper Warlingham, Surrey/Census
1911/Agnes Ethel Cowlishaw/Barmaid, widow/30/Chilterne, Wiltshire/Census
1911/Ruth Hills/Barmaid/26/Langford, Bedfordshire/Census

1915/Herbert Shepherd/../../../Post Office Directory

1921/Herbert Sheppard/../../../Post Office Directory

1927/John Malcolmson / Deceased, Died 16 July 1927/../../London Gazette, 31 May 1929 **

1927/George William Lawson/../../../London Gazette, 31 May 1927 **

My grandfather, Harold Robert Dyble was the proprietor of the Old Red Lion, Cannon Street, London from the 1930s until it was destroyed by a German bomb in 1941. Before that he was proprietor of The Bell at 61 Old Bailey, and The Vine, Highgate road, Kentish Town.
He was then the proprietor of the Station Hotel, Horley, Surrey from 1941 to the 1960s. *+

St. Pancras Gazette 22 April 1927
Transfer of licence of the Vine, 86 Highgate road, from George William Lawson to Harold Robert Morris Dyble

1929/Harold Robert Morris Dyble, 86 - 88 Highgate road, St Johns Park, St Pancras/../../Electoral register
1929/Margaret Dyble, 86 - 88 Highgate road, St JOhns Park, St Pancras/../../Electoral register

1930/Harold Robert Morris Dyble, Vine, 86 Highgate road NW5 - T.N. Mountview 5947/../../Post Office Directory

1938/Andrew Stallan/../../../Post Office Directory

1944/Eric Thallion/../../../Post Office Directory

1966/Henry A Squires, Vine, 86 Highgate road NW5/../../Licensed Victuallers Association

* Provided by Duncan

*+ Provided by Peter Ballinger

** Provided by Stephen Harris

*** Provided by Josephine Meek

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