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

British Queen, 67 Church Street, Greenwich SE10

Greenwich Index

This is named the Black Boy in 1841 and earlier. * At 16 Church Street in 1871 census, and at 21 Church Street before 1891, listed as at the corner of Thames Street in 1891 census. Closed in 1905 as a pub through the compensation award scheme.
The former British Queen, Church Street, Greenwich was at the corner of Thames Street in 1930. The pub was demolished circa 1933 during the building of the Meridian Estate. This end of Thames Street was widened and is now called Welland Street. **

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

British Queen, Church Street, Greenwich at the corner of Thames Street in 1930

British Queen, Church Street, Greenwich at the corner of Thames Street in 1930.

Kindly provided by Vincent O'loughlin

Residents at this address.

1823-24/Joseph Crump, Black Boy, Church street/../../Pigot's Directory *

1826/Joseph Crump/../../../Pigot's Directory *

1832-34/Thomas Humphreys, Black Boy, Church street/../../Pigot's Directory *

1836/Joseph Cook, Black Boy, Church street/../../Pigot's Directory

1840/Ellen Cooke/../../../Pigot's Directory *

1841/William Kinnear/Waterman, Black Boy PH/45/Kent/Census *
1841/Sophia Kinnear/../40/Kent/Census
1841/John Kinnear/Engineer/20/Kent/Census
1841/William Kinnear jun./Smith/15/Kent/Census
1841/Martha Carver/Servant/20/Kent/Census

1851/William Kinnear/Victualler/54/Greenwich, Kent/Census
1851/Sophia Kinnear/Wife/52/Deptford, Kent/Census
1851/Susan Carver/House Servant/22/Greenwich, Kent/Census

1852/William Kinnear/../../../Archdeacons Directory

1858/William Kinnear/../../../Melvilles Directory

1861/William Kinnear/Victualler/62/Greenwich, Kent/Census
1861/Sophia Kinnear/Wife/64/Deptford, Kent/Census
1861/Mary Reed/Servant/15/Greenwich, Kent/Census

1862/W Kinnear/../../../Post Office Directory

1867/W Kinnear/../../../Post Office Directory

1871/Samuel Miles/Licensed Victualler/62/Shottisham, Suffolk/Census
1871/Mary A Miles/Wife/59/Ipswich, Suffolk/Census
1871/Emma Row/Domestic Servant/27/Greenwich, Kent/Census
1871/Annie Cook/Domestic Servant/18/Greenwich, Kent/Census

1874/Samuel Miles/../../../Post Office Directory

1874/S Miles/../../../Licensed Victualler & Hoteliers Directory

1881/Joseph S Doust/Licensed Victualler/62/Greenwich, Kent/Census
1881/Jane Doust/Wife/49/Farningham, Kent/Census
1881/Catherine Doust/Daughter, Barmaid/21/Greenwich, Kent/Census
1881/Thomas Doust/Son, Printers Writers Apprentice/16/Greenwich, Kent/Census
1881/James Doust/Son/10/Deptford, Kent/Census

1882/Joseph Samuel Doust/../../../Post Office Directory

1891/W D Hemmings/../../../Post Office Directory

1891/William Deacon Hemmings/Publican/54/Greenwich, Kent/Census
1891/Lucy Hemmings/Wife/49/Greenwich, Kent/Census
1891/Charles Hemmings/Son, Potman/14/Greenwich, Kent/Census
1891/Arthur Hemmings/Son, Officers Steward/17/Greenwich, Kent/Census
1891/Amelia Hemmings/Daughter/15/Greenwich, Kent/Census

1896/W D Hemmings/../../../Post Office Directory

Kentish Independent 25 September 1897, License transfer of British Queen from William Annal to William Albert Henry Langdale

1901/George Thomas Taylor/../../../Post Office Directory

1904/Alfred Ladd/../../../Post Office Directory

Kentish Independent 13 May 1904 - Transfers
British Queen, Greenwich, from A Ladd to Alfred G Sapworth

1905/Alfred George Sapsworth/../../../Post Office Directory

Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper 03 December 1905
The Compensation authority appointed under the Licensing Act, 1904, awarded compensation to the licencees and owners and other persons interested in the following houses as a result of their licences having been forfeited:
British Queen, Church street, Greenwich, £3,000

* Provided By Ewan

** Provided by Vincent O'loughlin

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