DOVER KENT ARCHIVES

Sort file:- Deptford, December, 2018.

Page Updated:- Friday, 21 December, 2018.

PUB LIST PUBLIC HOUSES Paul Skelton

Earliest 1826-

Freemason's Arms

Demolished ????

76 Watergate Street

St. Nicholas

Deptford

Freemasons

Above photo, date unknown.

Freemason's 1903

Above photo circa 1903.

 

Also referred to as the "Masons' Arms" and also addressed as 29 Old King Street.

The pub closed its doors in the 1911 and has since been demolished.

 

LICENSEE LIST

GODWYN John 1826+

BATCH William 1840+

BROMLEY Mathew 1851-74+ (age 37 in 1851Census)

GILBERT Charles 1881-82+ (age 36 in 1881Census)

CRAIGHEAD Henry A 1884+

ELLIS John to Nov/1890 Woolwich Gazette

PASS Edward John Nov/1890-91+ (age 33 in 1891Census) Woolwich Gazette

BREEN Patrick 1895-99+

KIDDLE Samuel 1910-11+ (age 52 in 1911Census)

http://pubshistory.com/FreemasonsArmsWatergate.shtml

 

CensusCensus

Woolwich GazetteWoolwich Gazette

 

Jack Pass, also known as Edward John Pass had a number of pubs during his lifetime, these include the Freemasons Arms, 76 Watergate Street, Deptford (1891); Admiral Napier, 94 Carburton Street, Bethnal Green (1895); the Waterloo Tavern 64 Samuel Street, Stepney (1899-1901); the White Horse, 236 Cambridge Road, Bethnal Green (1902-1909); the Hope (Woodman), 89 Holly Street, Hackney (1910-1915); and at the Boundary House 1 High Street, Ponders End, where he died (1915-1940).

 

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