BARRACK ROW

Listed in Pigot’s Dirctory of 1830.  By 1861 it was known as King William’s Place

1841 Census


William Easthope : Lodging House Keeper : 75 yrs

Elizabeth : 60 yrs

Louisa : 30 yrs

Emma : 20 yrs


Emily Binstead : 30 yrs

Henrietta : 7 yrs

Charles Henry : 5 yrs

Annette : 3 yrs

Emily : 11 months

Ledia Knight : 20 yrs

Jane Webb : 20 yrs


Thomas Davis : Merchant : 68 yrs

Elizabeth : 68 yrs

Sarah : 40 yrs


John Nicholson : Gentleman : 68 yrs

Ann Harding : 40 yrs


Ann Stall : Lodging House keeper : 65 yrs

Ann Griffiths : Independent : 40 yrs

Ann Eliza Hall : 13 yrs

Thomas Handley : Royal Marine Band : 35 yrs

Louisa : 30 yrs

Thomas : 10 yrs

Louisa Mary : 8 yrs

George Frederick : 7 yrs

William : 7 months

John Charles Earl : Royal Marine Band : 25 yrs

Sarah Ann : 20 yrs

Emily : 2 yrs

Sarah Ann : 3 months


Duke’s Head

Thomas Bush : Victualler : 40 yrs

Sarah : 28 yrs

Robert Thomas : 5 yrs

John : 2 yrs

John McKay : 72nd Regt : 25 yrs

Catherine : 25 yrs

Hugh : 1 yr

Daria Sims : Royal Marine : 34 yrs

Frances : 34 yrs

Sarah Ann : 11 months

Margaret Rose : 28 yrs

George : 11 months

Margaret Barton : 26 yrs

Margaret : 4 yrs

Thomas : 1 yr

Ann Hicks : 35 yrs

Angelina 8 yrs

Thomas Holland : Tailor : 41 yrs

John Havard : Royal Marine : 35 yrs


Rose & Crown

Robert Alford : Stone Mason : 50  yrs

Elizabeth : 50 yrs

Maria : 15 yrs

Robert : 14 yrs

Emma Morgan : 15 yrs.



Hampshire Telegraph : Saturday 20 April 1901


Barrack Row, afterwards called King William Place, now Clarence View.

 

6 Barrack Row

Hampshire Telegraph : Monday 15 March 1841
To be sold by auction, by Mr Crook, on the premises, 6 Barrack Row, on Monday the 22nd day of March, 1841, at eleven, all the household furniture, china, glass, and effects, of the above private residence; comprising four-post and coach-top bedsteads, with hangings, window curtains and blinds, bordered mattresses, feather beds and bedding, kidderminster and venetian carpets, floor cloths, mahogany, dining, pembroke, dressing, and other tables, chest of drawers, commodes, toilet glasses, imitation rosewood and japanned chairs, sofa, fenders, fire-irons, blue and white ware, tea trays, kitchen requisites, &c.  To be viewed morning of sale.

 
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