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Queens Arms, 32 Wapping High Street E1

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Listed as The Crown and Cushion in 1792, and the Crown & Queen Arms in 1841, 1843 & 1848

Wapping High street in 1832 and also one hundred years later in 1940

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

Residents at this address.

23 April 1792/Insured: Thomas Carter, The Crown and Cushion, 32 Wapping, victualler/../Sun Fire Insurance records held at the L M A

1808/George Tuttmore, victualler, 32 Wapping street/../../Holdens Directory

1811/Christian Weyler, victualler, 32 Wapping/../../Holdens Directory

23 October 1820/Insured: Andrew Cruckshanks 32 (Queens Arms) Wapping victualler/../Sun Fire Insurance records held at the L M A

1829/Catherine Boston Cruikshanks/../../../Proceedings of the Old Bailey **

1832/Cruickshank/../../../Robson Directory

1833-34/Catherine Boston Cruickshanks, Queens Arms, 32 High street, Wapping/../../Pigot's Directory

1841/W Watson/../../../Kelly's

1843/Isaac Malyonn/../../../Post Office Directory

1848/Mrs Hannah Fraser/../../../Kelly's

1851/Mrs H Fraser/../../../Kelly's

1851/Hannah Fraser/Licensed Victualler, Widow/40/Much Marcle, Herefordshire/Census
1851/Eliza Hill/Niece, Barmaid/22/Dimock, Gloucestershire/Census
1851/Elizabeth Lewis/Servant/23/Dimock, Gloucestershire/Census


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