Many accurate 1921 census transcriptions have already been added to the pub history site, including London, and parts of Middlesex.

Feathers, 3 Deptford Bridge, Deptford SE8

Deptford Index

The name is sometimes also given as the Plume of Feathers. This pub should not be confused with the Feathers at Deptford Green. *

A listing of London historical public houses, Taverns, Inns, Beer Houses and Hotels in Deptford, Kent in the parishes of St Pauls or St Nicholas - now partially in London.

Residents at this address.

1823-24/Maria Smith, Plume of Feathers, Deptford Bridge/../../Pigots Directory

1826/Samuel Needham/Plume of Feathers/../../Pigot's Directory *

1832-34/Stephen Copland, Plume of Feathers, Deptford Bridge/../../Pigots Directory

1836/Richard Dean, Feathers, Deptford bridge/../../Pigot's Directory

1840/Charles Aisthrop/Plume of Feathers/../../Pigot's Directory *

1841/Charles Alsthrop/Feathers/../../Post Office Directory *

1841/Charles Aisthrop/Licensed Victualler/40/../Census
1841/Elizabeth Aisthrop/../39/../Census
1841/Charles Aisthrop/../1/Kent/Census
1841/James Walter/Male Servant/24/Kent/Census
1841/Mary Williams/Female Servant/21/Kent/Census

1843/Charles Alsthrop/Feathers P.H. 3 Deptford bridge/../../Post Office Directory

March 1845/Charles Aisthrop/Outgoing Licensee/../../Kentish Mercury

March 1845/John Clayton/Incoming Licensee/../../Kentish Mercury

1847/W. Davis/Plume of Feathers/../../Bagshaw's Directory *

1848/William Davis/Feathers/../../Post Office Directory *

November 1848/William Davis/Outgoing Licensee/../../Era Newspaper

November 1848/Leonard Hammond/Incoming Licensee/../../Era Newspaper

November 1849/Leonard Hammond/Outgoing Licensee/../../Era Newspaper

November 1849/Isaac Lumley/Incoming Licensee/../../Era Newspaper

1851/Isaac Lumley/Feathers/../../Post Office Directory *

May 1851/Isaac Lumley/Outgoing Licensee/../../West Kent Guardian

May 1851/Robert Wasley Kemp/Incoming Licensee/../../West Kent Guardian

1851/Robert M Kemp/Victualler/27/Southwark, Surrey/Census
1851/Catherine Kemp/Wife/22/Clapham, Surrey/Census
1851/Henry Smith/Pot Boy/15/Deptford, Kent/Census

1858/Mr Bromley/Feathers/../../Melville's Directory *

1861/Willm Francis/Licensed Victualler, Widow/76/Preston, Suffolk/Census
1861/Eliza Jane Francis/Daughter, Barmaid/26/Deptford, Kent/Census
1861/John F Bloxham/Grocers Clerk & Traveller, Widow/29/Faversham, Kent/Census
1861/Edward E Larkin/Grocers Warehouseman/23/Wickhambreaux, Kent/Census
1861/Frederick B Robinson/Grocers Shopman/21/Woolwich, Kent/Census
1861/Adolphus B Dowden/Grocers Apprentice/17/Edmonton, Middlesex/Census
1861/Walter E Phillips/Grocers Clerk/17/Norwich, Norfolk/Census
1861/Susan Merritt/Housekeeper/49/Soham, Norfolk/Census

1869/James Knowles/Feathers/../../Post Office Directory *

1871/James Knowles/Publican/48/Sussex/Census *
1871/Johanna Knowles/Wife, Publican/51/Colchester/Census
1871/Johana Knowles/Daughter/15/Wolverhampton/Census

Woolwich Gazette 28 August 1880
Mention made of the Mitre, and the Rose and Crown, both of the houses would be pulled down for the Deptford Bridge improvement. At present both were standing, and business going on, but certain plans would be submitted for rebuilding, and suggested that the renewal of the licenses shopuld stand over to the adjourned day. The Feathers had been pulled down, and the license extinguished.
The Bench declared the retention of one license out of the three sufficient, and asked whether the Mitre should also be abolished?

* Provided By Ewan

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