Many accurate 1921 census transcriptions have already been added to the pub history site, including London, and parts of Middlesex.
The address is also sometimes listed as Stable Yard Street (which was later Romney Place, and intersected with King William Street, approximately on the current site of the Cutty Sark). It is listed as Fisher Lane in 1826. *
A listing of historical public houses, Taverns, Inns, Beer Houses and Hotels in Greenwich, London. The Greenwich, London listing uses information from census, Trade Directories and History to add licensees, bar staff, Lodgers and Visitors.
Residents at this address.
1792-1837/Hoare & Woodbridge/../../../Admiralty records held at the National
1823-24/C Nevill, Ship Torbay, Fisher lane/../../Pigots Directory
1826/Christopher Neville/../../../Pigot's Directory *
1832-1839/Mr Woodbridge/../../../Admiralty records held at the National Archives *
1832/Thomas Brown Preston, Old Torbay, Fisher lane/../../Pigot's Directory
1836/Ann Preston, Old Torbay, Fisher lane/../../Pigot's Directory
1839-1852/Mr Godsell/../../../Admiralty records held at the National Archives *
1851/Elizabeth Godsell/Victuallers/55/Newington, Surrey/Census *
1851/Helen Sharp/Sister, Assistant/56/London/Census
1851/Caroline Godsell/Daughter, Assistant/17/London/Census
1851/Fanny Flower/Niece, Assistant/14/London/Census
1851/Edward Sharp/Nephew, Cellerman/23/Surrey/Census
1852/Elizabeth Gadsel, Ship Torbay tavern, Stable yard street, Greenwich/../../Archdeacons Directory
* Provided By EwanAnd Last updated on: Sunday, 18-Oct-2020 14:17:47 BST