Many accurate 1921 census transcriptions have already been added to the pub history site, including London, and parts of Middlesex.
The address is variously given as "10 Bluchers Buildings, Claremont Street" in the 1871 census return, as "10, 11 & 12 Bluchers Buildings" in 1881, as "Cottage Place, Claremont Street" in the 1896 directory, and as "40 Claremont Street" in 1906, but all are the same beer house, named in the 1881 census return. *
A listing of historical public houses, Taverns, Inns, Beer Houses and Hotels in Greenwich, London.
Residents at this address.
1871/Thomas Loverick/Beer Shop Keeper/32/Norfolk/Census *
1871/Mary Loverick/Wife, Beer Shop Keeper/31/Norfolk/Census
1871/Mary Loverick/Daughter/7/Greenwich, Kent/Census
Kentish Independent 25 November 1876 - Blackheath Petty Sessions
Ship on Shore, from Robert H White to James Haslett
1881/William Muslett/Beer Retailer/31/Camberwell, Surrey/Census *
1881/Alice Muslett/Wife/30/Brixton, Surrey/Census
In the marriage registration of Elizabeth Jane Stone on November 11th 1888 to Dennis Herlihy of 67 Bridge street, her father (Henry Stone) was a publican. Her address was given as the Ship on Shore, Claremont Street. **
1896/James Ellett/beer retailer/../../Kelly's Directory *
Kentish Mercury 11 May 1900 - Licence Transfers
Ship on Shore, to W E Wiseman, under the 14th section
1906/William Ernest Wiseman/beer retailer/../../Post Office Directory *
London Evening Standard 27 October 1909 Licensing Act 1904 Notice of principal meeting to discuss by the Compensation authority on the 1st, 2nd, 14th and 15th July 1909 Blackheath
Ship on Shore, Claremont street, Greenwich, Beer on, Alfred Elston
* Provided By Ewan
** Provided By Rhiannon Boardman