|Status:||Closed and demolished|
|Address:||12 Pentonville Road, N1 (streetmap) (osm) (gmap) (bingmap) (streetview)|
|Notes:||By the 1881 census, 12 Pentonville Rd is listed as unoccupied. The building next door (10 Pentonville Rd) is listed in 1882 and 1895 Post Office directories as a "wine & ale retailer". However, in the 1881, 1891 and 1901 census returns it is consistently referred to as a restaurant, and in the 1899 Post Office directory its description as a restaurant matches the census. The restaurant is listed as 10 & 12 Pentonville Road in the 1901 census, meaning it may have been attached to the earlier beer house, but is probably separate.|
|Sources:||Census 1861 (not listed as a pub)/1871 [J Flockhart] (as "Lord Clyde beer shop")/1881 (unoccupied)/1891 (unoccupied)/1901 (not listed as a pub)
PO 1869 [at 10 Pentonville Rd]/1882 [at 12 Pentonville Rd]/1895 [at 12 Pentonville Rd]
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