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Page Updated:- Sunday, 13 October, 2019.

PUB LIST PUBLIC HOUSES Paul Skelton

Earliest 1893-

Black Eagle

Latest 1908-

15 (18) Church Street

Woolwich

 

The census of 1901 doesn't appear to show that the premises was a public house.

The Kentish Mercury reported that this held a full license in 1908.

 

From the Woolwich Gazette and Kentish Advertiser, Friday, 6 January, 1893.

THE BLACK EAGLE. 18, Church Street, Woolwich.

Mr. Frederick J. Bute (late of the "Nelson," Coleman Street, Woolwich), begs to to intimate to his friends and customers that he has secured the above property, which he is having altered to meet requirements of increased business, and hopes by strict personal attention to business to merit a continuance of the patronage hitherto so liberally bestowed.

All liquors are of the finest quality. A large club room to let.

 

LICENSEE LIST

WARD Thomas 1851+ (age 21 in 1851Census)

HAMMOND Leonard 1852+

HARLING M Mrs 1855+

HARLING Harriet Miss 1858+

DEVISE Peter 1861+ (listed as rigger [Royal Book Yd] in 1861Census)

MARTIN Lucy Mrs 1862-81+ (age 65 in 1881Census)

NICHOLL George W 1891+ (age 37 in 1891Census)

Last pub licensee had BUTE Frederick J 1893-96+

AMBRIDGE John H 1901-05+ (age 34 in 1901Census)

CAWTHORNE T A 1908+ Kentish Mercury

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