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Fawn, 140 St Leonards Road, Windsor, Berkshire

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Fawn, 140 St Leonards Road, Windsor - still open for business

Fawn, 140 St Leonards Road, Windsor - still open for business

Kindly provided by Jane Lindsay

Directory of Pubs in the UK, historical public houses, Taverns, Inns, Beer Houses and Hotels in Berkshire. The Berkshire listing uses information from census, Trade Directories and History to add licensees, bar staff, Lodgers and Visitors.

The following entries are in this format:

Year/Publican or other Resident/Relationship to Head and or Occupation/Age/Where Born/Source.

1871/George Beagley/beerseller & timber merchant employing 6 men/36/Windsor, Berks/Census *
1871/Mary Ann Beagley/wife/46/Colnbrook, Bucks/Census
1871/George Beagley/son, scholar/8/Windsor, Berks/Census
1871/Harriet Ann Beagley/daughter/5/Windsor, Berks/Census
1871/Minnie Beagley/daughter/3/Windsor, Berks/Census
1871/Alfred Britton/lodger, groom/33/Calne, Wilts/Census
1871/Thomas Chater/lodger, carpenter/29/Mutfield, Herts/Census
1871/Charles Baker/lodger, potman/64/Windsor, Berks/Census
1871/George Henry Grimsdale/lodger, ag labourer/22/High Wycombe, Bucks/Census
1871/Henry Kingston/lodger, ag labourer/24/Winkfield, Berks/Census
1871/Henry Jessop/lodger, ag labourer (unemployed)/17/Hampstead, Middlesex/Census
1871/Harry Hogg/lodger,ag labourer/32/Windsor, Berks/Census
1871/Sabbaoth Ida Everett/servant, servant/12/London, Middlesex/Census
1871/Mary Ann Jordan Clark/servant, servant/19/Little Missenden, Bucks/Census

1881/Henry Tack/labourer and beer seller/54/Bucks, Ashenden/Census *
1881/Mary Tack/wife, dressmaker/49/Bucks, Wing/Census
1881/Charles Tack/son, scholar/13/Surrey, Carshalton/Census
1881/William Tack/son, scholar/10/Surrey, Banstead/Census
1881/Mary Tack/daughter, scholar/7/Surrey, Banstead/Census
1881/John Tack/son/4/Bucks, Eton Wick/Census
1881/Thomas Tack/son/4/Bucks, Eton Wick/Census
1881/Isabella Brown/boarder, dressmaker/Durham, Castle Inn

12 Nov 1887: The license of The Fawn beerhouse, Spital, was transferred from Mr Henry Tack to Mr John William Edwards./Slough, Eton and Windsor Observer *

1891/John W Edwards/Musician & Publican/43/Clerkenwell, London/Census ***
1891/Lizzie Edwards/Wife, Tailoress/36/Chelsea, London/Census
1891/John W Edwards/Son, Musician/18/Paddington, London/Census
1891/Jane L Edwards/Daughter, Scholar/16/Paddington, London/Census
1891/Alfred Sharpe/Boarder, Boot Maker/36/Richmond, Surrey/Census

1901/Evan Thomas/beer retailer/63/Hackney, Middlesex/Census
1901/Evan Thomas/son, [occupation illegible]/23/Windsor, Berks/Census
1901/Alice Etheridge/servant, housekeeper/35/Southsea, Hampshire/Census

1911/Evan Thomas/beer house keeper/73/Hackney, London/Census
1911/Evan William Thomas/son, beer house manager/33/Windsor, Berks/Census
1911/Eleanor Thomas/daughter-in-law/32/Eton, Bucks/Census
1911/William Evan Thomas/grandson6/Windsor, Berks/Census
1911/Evelyn Thomas/granddaughter/2/Windsor, Berks/Census
1911/Ivy Mohr/granddaughter/14/Islington, London/Census
1911/Elizabeth Painter/servant, general servant domestic/44/Clewer, Berks/Census

1920/Hy Thos Hunt/../../../Kellys Directory ***

1924/Hy Thos Hunt/../../../Kellys Directory ***

1928/Hy Thos Hunt/../../../Kellys Directory ***

1931/Hy Thos Hunt/../../../Kellys Directory ***

2012/Julie Hale/../../../Windsor Express *

The Fawn closed on 6 January 2013 *


* Provided By Jane Lindsay

*** Provided By Colin Ager

**** Provided By Kevan

And Last updated on: Wednesday, 03-Jul-2019 18:03:02 BST