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Prince of Wales, 62 Wellesley Road, Kentish Town NW5

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This pub is now demolished. ** Trading by the mid-1960s, this area has been radically remodelled and made over for housing dating from around the late 1960s/early 1970s. *

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Prince of Wales, 62 Wellesley Road, Kentish Town NW5 - date unknown

Prince of Wales, 62 Wellesley Road, Kentish Town NW5 - date unknown

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Prince of Wales, 62 Wellesley Road, Kentish Town NW5 - in 1951

Prince of Wales, 62 Wellesley Road, Kentish Town NW5 - in 1951

Residents at this address.

1861/John Lay/Victualler/38/High Ongar, Essex/Census
1861/Emma lay/Wife/29/Islington, Middlesex/Census
1861/Albert Lay/Son/2/St Pancras, Middlesex/Census

The Era 09 June 1867 - Transfers 0f Licenses
Prince of Wales, Wellesley road, George Smith Howell (deceased) to his widow and executrix, Martha Howell

1872/David Bond/../../../Post Office Directory **

1874/David Bond/../../../Post Office Directory **

1881/Levy Jackson/Licensed Victualler/37/Bere Ferrers, Devon/Census
1881/Maria M Jackson/Wife/38/Walkhampton, Devon/Census
1881/Alice M Jackson/Daughter/9/St Mellion, Cornwall/Census
1881/Ethel M Jackson/Daughter/7/St Mellion, Cornwall/Census
1881/Arthur R Jackson/Son/5/St Mellion, Cornwall/Census
1881/Maria R Harris/Niece/18/Walkhampton, Devon/Census
1881/Alice M Harris/Niece/16/Walkhampton, Devon/Census
1881/Minnie Harris/Niece/13/Walkhampton, Devon/Census
1881/Louisa Root/Servant/19/Portsmouth/Census

1899/Mrs Alice Milverton/../../../Post Office Directory

1901/Harriett Holmes/Licensed Victualler, widow/55/Chadwell Heath, Essex/Census
1901/William H Jennings/Licensed Victuallers Manager/47/Epsom, Surrey/Census
1901/Betsey Wood/Domestic Servant, Widow/58/Ilford, Essex/Census

1910/Ernest John Paris/../../../Post Office Directory

St. Pancras Gazette. 03 December 1909
Transfer of Prince of Wales, 62 Wellesley Road from Ernest Paris to James MIllbank

1915/Fras Spooner/../../../Post Office Directory

In 1921 census at 62, Wellesley Road, St Pancras, London
Henry Maurice Brough, Publican, aged 46 and born in Canning Town, London
Alice Harriett Brough, Wife, aged 49 and born in Poplar, London
Henry Maurice Brough, Son, Unemployed, Dischardge Army, aged 19 and born in Stepney, London
Elizabeth Lilian Carrier, Daughter, Bar Maid to Father, Mr H Brough, aged 23 and born in Stepney, London
Gertrude Ellen Brough, Daughter, Bar Maid to Father, Mr H Brough, aged 21 and born in Stepney, London
William Payne, Potman, Barman to Mr H Brough, aged 17 and born in St Pancras, London
Mabel Emily Brough, Daughter, aged 15 and born in Manor Park, London
Emily Alice Brough, Daughter, aged 13 and born in Canning Town, London
Lionel Claude Carrier, Grandson, aged 3 and born in Canning Town, London
Beatrice Wells, Housemaid, aged 27 and born in St Pancras, London

1927, Herbert Caulder, Prince of Wales, 62 Wellesley road, Kentish Town NW5

1938/Lane/../../../Freehold

1938, Prince of Wales, Jack Lane, 62 Wellesley Road, Kentish Town NW5

In 1939 at 62 Wellesley Road
Jack Lane, Licensed Victualler, born 25 Dec 1899
Blanche E Lane, born 206 Dec 1899

1944/Roger Beresford/../../../Post Office Directory

1945/Izzard/../../../Freehold

1946 - 1951/Mrs V E Mason/../../../Freehold

1952 - 1954/T D Jones/../../../Freehold

1955/F W Beech/../../../Freehold

1956 - 1957/J McGratt/../../../Freehold

1958- 1962/S P Lynch/../../../Freehold


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