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Lambeth pub history index
This is at number 34 Vauxhall Walk in 1869 and earlier, before road renumbering. At the junction with Glasshouse Street. It is now called the Lavender
A listing of historical London public houses, Taverns, Inns, Beer Houses and Hotels in the Lambeth parish, Surrey, London. This includes Kennington, Brixton, Lambeth, Norwood, Peckham & Waterloo Road.The Lambeth parish, Surrey, London Public House Trade Directory uses information from census, Trade Directories and History to add licensees, bar staff, Lodgers and Visitors.
The following entries are in this format:
Year/Publican or other Resident/Relationship to Head and or Occupation/Age/Where Born/Source.
My ancestors leased "The Black Dog" pub from Huggins Brewery from 1824 to
1842. In 1829 my great great great grandfather, John MOORE's first wife died
at this address. *
My great great grandfather, George Longman MOORE was born in 14th September 1841 on Vauxhall Road (at number 102 according to his birth certificate). *
The following year, in 1842 on Christmas Day, John MOORE leased "The Duke of York" at 1, Upper York Place for £75 rent per annum [equivalent to £5,152 today]. The mortgage was £1,800 [£123,660 at today's value]. They stayed there until 1858 when they sold it for £3,500 [£240,460 in today's money] when he was 76 yrs old. He died at the age of 89. *
The son born in Vauxhall, George Longman MOORE, started as an apprentice goldsmith, but sometime after he turned 30, he took up his father's line of work. He ran/owned? pubs in New Cross (lived at 102 Amersham Vale), then at Worlds End, 95 Newington Causeway, Newington. After that they ran "The Albion" at 155 Commercial Road, Peckham, and finally "The Lord Raglan" at 199 Shernall Street, Walthamstow. *
When George died at just 58, in February 1899, his son George Herbert Debac "Bert" MOORE took over "The Lord Raglan" and wound up marrying the barmaid Phoebe REVETT. *
1851/Thomas Collis/../../../Kellys Directory ****
1856/James Went/../../../Post Office Directory ****
1869/Henry Bennett/../../../Post Office Directory ****
1882/Thos Fitch/../../../Post Office Directory ****
1884/Robert T Fitch/../../../Post Office Directory ****
1891/Frank Sinfield/../../../Post Office Directory ****
1895/Frank Sinfield/../../../Post Office Directory ****
1899/Albert Brooks/../../../Post Office Directory ****
1910/Geo Wm Jones/../../../Post Office Directory ****
1914/Harold Lancaster/../../../Post Office Directory ****
1921/Thomas Johnson/../../../Post Office Directory ****
1938/Fredk Henley/../../../Post Office Directory ****
1944/John Alfred Brown/../../../Post Office Directory ****
* Provided By Mandy Sutton & Nigel Moore
**** Provided By Kevan