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Triumph, 274 Summers Lane, North Finchley N12

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At Dunger place in 1891 census and earlier. Ex-Whitbread and latterly owned by Enterprise Inns. Closed in 2010 and converted to commercial use. *

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Triumph, 274 Summers Road, Friern Barnet N12 - in June 2004

Triumph, 274 Summers Road, Friern Barnet N12 - in June 2004

Kindly provided by John Carnaby & taken by John Holtham, from the Friern Barnet History site

Triumph, 274 Summers Road, Friern Barnet N12 - in June 2012

Triumph, 274 Summers Road, Friern Barnet N12 - in June 2012

Kindly provided by John Carnaby

Triumph, 274 Summers Road, Finchley, N12 - in June 2015

Triumph, 274 Summers Road, Finchley, N12 - in June 2015

Kindly provided by Tris

Residents at this address

1871/Robert Jarvis/Beer Shop Keeper/76/Stambourne, Essex/Census
1871/Elenor Jarvis/Sister/77/Stambourne, Essex/Census
1871/Redempta Jarvis/Sister/74/Stambourne, Essex/Census
1871/James Ansom/Lodger, Labourer/39/Hatfield, Hertfordshire/Census

1881/J Fairchild/Beer House Keeper/49/Ware, Hertford/Census
1881/M Fairchild/Wife/47/Appleton, Berkshire/Census
1881/H Fairchild/Son, Carpenter/18/Tottenham, Middlesex/Census
1881/F Fairchild/Son, Cowman (Ag Lab/15/Tottenham, Middlesex/Census
1881/E Fairchild/Daughter/13/Tottenham, Middlesex/Census
1881/J Fairchild/Son/12/Tottenham, Middlesex/Census
1881/W Fairchild/Son/10/Tottenham, Middlesex/Census
1881/W Fairchild/Son/8/Tottenham, Middlesex/Census
1881/A Fairchild/Son/6/Tottenham, Middlesex/Census
1881/A Fairchild/Son/4/Tottenham, Middlesex/Census
1881/D H Higgins/Lodger, Labourer/60/Finchley, Middlesex/Census

1891/Mary Fairchild/Beer House Keeper, Widow/58/Appleton, Berkshire/Census
1891/William Fairchild/Son/20/Tottenham, Middlesex/Census
1891/Walter Fairchild/Son, Bricklayers Labourer/18/Tottenham, Middlesex/Census
1891/Albert Fairchild/Son, Barman/16/Tottenham, Middlesex/Census
1891/David Higgins/Lodger/67/Finchley, Middlesex/Census

1901/Walter Rutherford/Manager Beer & Wine House/25/London/Census
1901/Mary Rutherford/Wife/25/London/Census
1901/Sidney Rutherford/Brother, Cycle Agents Clerk/16/London/Census

1911/Albert Edwin Pope/Beer House Keeper/37/Hagbourne, Berkshire/Census
1911/Edith Dredge Pope/Wife, Assistant/33/Finchley, Middlesex/Census
1911/Ethel Brumwell/Domestic Servant/15/Tottenham/Census

1914/A E Pope/Beer Retailer/../../Post Office Directory

1918 - 22/Albert Edwin Pope/../../../Electoral Register **
1918 - 22/Edith Dredge Pope/../../../Electoral Register

1922/Albert Edwin Pope of the Triumph Summers lane North Finchley Middlesex died 5 September 1922 at the Nursing Home Friern Park North Finchley Administration (with Will) London 16 November to Edith Dredge Pope widow. Effects £959 3s 9d/Probate

1923 - 6/Edith Dredge Pope/../../../Electoral Register **

1927/Edith Dredge Foster/../../../Electoral Register **

1929 - 30/Edith Dredge Harrison/../../../Electoral Register **
1929 - 30/John Frederick Harrison/../../../Electoral Register
1929 - 30/Bridget Dalton/../../../Electoral Register

1931 - 1936/Edith Dredge Harrison/../../../Electoral Register **
1931 - 1936/John Frederick Harrison/../../../Electoral Register

1932 ­ 1938/Edith Dredge Harrison/../../../Electoral Register **

1937/Mrs E D Harrison/../../../Post Office Directory

1939/Edith Dredge Harrison/../../../Electoral Register **
1939/John Frederick Harrison/../../../Electoral Register
1939/Harold Albert Pope/../../../Electoral Register
1939/Emma Taylor/../../../Electoral Register

1945/Edith Dredge Harrison/../../../Electoral Register **

1949 - 65/Harold Pope/../../../Electoral Register **
1949 - 65/Hazel Pope/../../../Electoral Register

Triumph business card - Harold & Hazel Pope

Triumph business card - Harold & Hazel Pope

In the early 1960's I knew Harold and Hazel Pope, the licensee, well. He and his family had been there for many many years. He had a very fast Lotus Cortina, that was parked over heating elements in his garage, so the car was always up to temperature when he wanted to use it. It was the first time I had been in a car doing 120 MPH along the North it was then. He loved motor racing and I occasionally went racing with him to Brands Hatch. I believe he retired in the 1980's. **

* Provided By Tris

** Provided By John Carnaby

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