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Horse and Groom, 602 Woolwich Road, Charlton, SE7

Charlton pub history index

A listing of historical public houses, Taverns, Inns, Beer Houses and Hotels in Kent.

Listed as Lower Road in  pre 1900 listings *** This was an Ex-Courage pub and had closed by 2008. Now converted into the Cherubim & Seraphim Movement Church. *

Horse and Groom, 602 Woolwich Road, Charlton

Horse and Groom, 602 Woolwich Road, Charlton - in 1956

Kindly provided by Colin Harlingten

Residents at this address

26th September 1846/Henry Solloway/Licence Refused/../../West Kent Guardian *

1852/Henry Solaway/../../../Archdeacons Directory

1858/Henry Solloway/Bootmaker and Victualler/../../Melvilles Directory

1862/H Solloway/../../../Kellys Directory

1882/Thomas Palmer/../../../Post Office Directory

1891/A S Humphrey/../../../Post Office Directory

1891/Alfred T Humphrey/Licensed Victualler/34/Northfleet, Kent/Census
1891/Emma Humphrey/Wife/40/London/Census
1891/Rachel Miller/Sister/47/London/Census
1891/Sarah Miller/Sister/50/London/Census
1891/Kathleen Swift/Barmaid/17/Erith, Kent/Census

1896/Mrs H Kiddell/../../../Post Office Directory

Woolwich Gazette 13 November 1896 - Transfers
Horse and Groom, Charlton, to George Ernest Gregory and Catherine Ellen Parker under the 14th section

1901/John Smalley/Licensed Victualler/53/Peckham/Census
1901/Sarah Smalley/Wife/34/Bromley/Census
1901/Mary Blanchard/Sister in Law, Barmaid/23/Cubitt Town/Census
1901/Nellie Doughty/Cousin, Servant/22/Poplar, London/Census

1904/S Poole/../../../Post Office Directory

1919/Jn Hy Stevens/../../../Post Office Directory

1921/Robert Sutton/../../../Post Office Directory

1934/Joseph Clark Murray/../../../Kellys Directory

1938/Joseph Clark Murray/../../../Post Office Directory

1944/Wm Jn Fredk Hills/../../../Post Office Directory

The Horse and Groom in Charlton, being on the corner of Charlton Lane, and on the main Greenwich to Woolwich Road. I have attached a picture of as it was in 1956 and it was certainly that way in 1970.
Arthur and Frances Watts were the licensees over that period and when they retired the brewery (Courage & Barclay) took it over and it became a managed house. ***

* Provided By Tris

*** Provided By Colin Harlingten

And Last updated on: Monday, 17-May-2021 15:20:21 BST