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Coach & Horses, 175 Clapham Park Road - circa WWI
This picture is outside the Coach & Horses, Clapham - Sidney Frank Ireland & his wife Alice (nee Linford) are standing in the doorway. Note NUVW on window - National Union of Vehicle Workers. They took over around 1913 from the London Carman's Union. LCU men drove heavy horse drawn vehicles collecting goods from the docks Probably either during the WW1 or just after (see army men looking dejected).
Charabanc in front of the Coach & Horses, 175 Clapham Park Road
The Charabanc picture - Sidney Frank Ireland is seated second left in the front with a white panama hat on. The small boy at the rear of the charabanc is my friend's father Reginald Ernest Ireland. Reginald Ireland became the inventor and MD for Codar electronic - short wave radios for amateurs (No longer produced but still in demand on E Bay etc)
Coach & Horses, 175 Clapham Park Road - circa 1920
This picture is outside the Coach & Horses. Sidney Ireland is at middle front, facing towards camera, arm hanging down. He is the man under the letter 'L' (for Ireland) Probably around 1920
Inside the Coach & Horses with Sidney Frank & Alice (nee Linford) behind the bar
All kindly provided by Valerie Kent (nee Ireland)
The following entries are in this format:
Year/Publican or other Resident/Relationship to Head and or Occupation/Age/Where Born/Source.
1901/Rebecca Frith/Beer Retailer, Widow/58/Pebworth, Glos/Census ****
1901/Ann E Andrews/Sister, Domestic Servant/45/Pebworth, Glos/Census
1901/John Sayers/Potboy/18/Clapham, London/Census
1904/Mrs Rebecca Frith/Beer Retailer/../../../Post Office Directory ****
1905/Mrs R Frith/Beer Retailer/../../../Post Office Directory ****
1908/Mrs R Frith/Beer Retailer/../../../Post Office Directory ****
1914/Albert White/Beer Retailer/../../../Post Office Directory ****
1919/Sidney Ireland/Beer Retailer/../../../Post Office Directory ****
1921/Sidney F Ireland/Beer Retailer/../../../Post Office Directory ****
Sidney F Ireland moved to the Grasshopper, at 183 New Kent Road by 1928 *
1934/Jas A Lewis/Beer Retailer/../../../Kellys Directory ****
1938/Geo S Gray/Beer Retailer/../../../Post Office Directory ****
1956/Herbert Mills/../../../../.. **
* Provided by Terry A Killick
** Provided by Bill Rigby
**** Provided By Kevan