Nags Head, 878 High Road, Tottenham N17

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At 28 High Road in the 1871 census, although not named. At 878 & 880 High Road in 1911 census

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Nags Head, 878 High Road, Tottenham N17

Nags Head, 878 High Road, Tottenham N17

Nags Head, 878 High Road, Tottenham N17

Nags Head, 878 High Road, Tottenham N17

Residents at this address.

1861/Fergus Stewart/Beer Shop Keeper/38/Horselydown, Surrey/Census
1861/Anna Stewart/Wife/35/Southwark, Surrey/Census
1861/Walter Stewart/Son/11/Peckham, Surrey/Census
1861/William Stewart/Son/9/Peckham, Surrey/Census
1861/Charles Stewart/Son/4/Bermondsey, Surrey/Census
1861/Lavinia Stewart/Daughter/2/Tottenham, Middlesex/Census
1861/William Coleman/Lodger, Chimney Sweep/30/Whitechapel, Middlesex/Census

1871/James Fuller/Beer Retailer/44/Croydon, Surrey/Census
1871/Elizabeth Fuller/Wife/40/Edinburgh, Scotland/Census
1871/Jessie Fuller/Daughter/18/Edinburgh, Scotland/Census
1871/Fanny Fuller/Daughter/17/Tottenham, Middlesex/Census
1871/Thomas Fuller/Son. Telegraph Messenger/14/Tottenham, Middlesex/Census
1871/James Fuller/Son/13/Tottenham, Middlesex/Census
1871/Alexander Fuller/Son/10/Tottenham, Middlesex/Census
1871/William Fuller/Son/7/Tottenham, Middlesex/Census

1881/James Richards/Engineer & Mechanist/42/Borough, Surrey/Census
1881/Louisa Richards/Wife/40/Borough, Surrey/Census
1881/James E Richards/Son/19/Borough, Surrey/Census
1881/William I Richards/Son/17/Borough, Surrey/Census
1881/Harold L Richards/Son/4/Borough, Surrey/Census
1881/Mr Brown/Visitor, Blacksmith/40/Derby/Census
1881/Mrs Brown/Visitor/40/Derby/Census

Tottenham and Edmonton Weekly Herald 12 April 1889
The Transfers of licenses were:
The Nags Head, High road, Lower Tottenham, from George Barber to Charles Ives

1891/Joseph O'Brian/Beer House Keeper/56/Spitalfields, Middlesex/Census
1891/Mary O'Brian/Wife/60/Bethnal Green, Middlesex/Census

1896/Stephem Hatt/Beer Retailer/880 High Road/../Kellys Directory

1901/Anna Paxman/Publican/50/Henley, Suffolk/Census
1901/George K Paxman/Brother/44/Rendlesham, Suffolk/Census
1901/Jane Keeble/Cook/75/Tunstall, Suffolk/Census

1902/Anna Paxman/Beer Retailer/../../Kellys Directory

1911/William James Upton/Publican/54/Dartford, Kent/Census
1911/Sabina Upton/Wife, Assistant/52/Hounslow, Middlesex/Census

1914/G H Charman/Beer Retailer/880 High Road/../Kellys Directory

1926/Mrs A F Carter/Beer Retailer/880 High Road/../Kellys Directory

1928 - 1931/Hawkins/../../../Freehold

In 1928, my father (George Hawkins) was landlord at the Nags Head, Tottenham High road near to the Edmonton boundary, we used to have a horse to cut the grass. He then moved to the Crown, in Cleveland street W1, until the GPO purchased all the land from Maple street area including the chemist on the corner, the film studios and beyond. I remember celebrating a Royal 'to do' around around 1935. *

He then moved to the Sutton Arms in Clerkenwell, where we used to have professional snooker players practice on our full size table on the first floor. From there it was to the final resting place, the Paget Arms in hackney where he was when war broke out. *


1938/Edward Hammond/../../../Post Office Directory

1938 - 1956/Mrs D G Smith/../../../Freehold

1957 - 1961/A Longcroft/../../../Freehold

1962/Mrs I M Longcroft/../../../Freehold

* Provided By George Hawkins


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