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Page Updated:- Tuesday, 22 October, 2019.

PUB LIST PUBLIC HOUSES Paul Skelton

Earliest ????

Free Trader

Latest ????

28 Beresford Street

Woolwich

 

Kentish Independent 18 June 1870.

BLACKHEATH PETTY SESSIONS.

Croom's Hill, Saturday, Before Colonel Farnall, C.B.; B. Cooke, B. Poulter, K. Routh, J. Penn, M. W. Adame, and J. H. Young, Esqs.

Transfer of Beerhouses. Applications were made for the following transfers of beer and wine licenses.

Woolwich.

The "Free Trader," from M. Larking, to John Allard.

 

Coventry Evening Telegraph 16 February 1914.

CURIOUS INN SIGNS.

In a return of the licenses of public-houses which are in the course of extinction, issued by the London County, occur many peculiar names, including the "Freetrader" from Woolwich and "Fubbs Yacht," Greenwich.

 

The Kentish Mercury reported this only held a beer license in 1908.

 

LICENSEE LIST

LARKING M to June/1870

ALLARD John June/1870+

JOLLEY Alice Mary to Aug/1892 Woolwich Gazette

ASKEY Albert Edward Aug/1892+ Woolwich Gazette

MESSER George Henry 1896+

DAY Emily M Miss 1901-07+

BARNETT A 1908+ Kentish Mercury

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Kentish MercuryKentish Mercury

Woolwich GazetteWoolwich Gazette

 

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