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Steam Ferry Tavern, 43 & 45 Horseferry Road, Greenwich SE10

Greenwich Index

This is called the Unicorn in 1882 and earlier. The address is listed as Wood Wharf in the 1805 directory, which is the intersecting street. Closed in 1910 as a pub through the compensation award scheme.*

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

Residents at this address.

1891/David Hawkins/Publican/38/Chelmsford, Essex/Census
1891/Lizzie Hawkins/Wife/31/East Tilbury, Essex/Census
1891/Eleanor Hawkins/Daughter/12/Limehouse, London/Census
1891/Bertha Hawkins/Daughter/10/Ratcliff, London/Census
1891/Florence Hawkins/Daughter/6/Ratcliff, London/Census
1891/Ethel Hawkins/Daughter/4/Ratcliff, London/Census
1891/David Hawkins/Son/1/Ratcliff, London/Census

1896/Paul Hy Unwin/../../../Post Office Directory

Kentish Mercury 17 May 1901 - Licence Transfers
Steam Ferry, from W H Crisp to Thomas Edward Bassett

1904/Thomas Edward Bassett/../../../Post Office Directory *

1906/Thomas Edward Bassett/../../../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
Steam Ferry, Wood Wharf, Greenwich, Full, Edward Condon

Kentish Mercury 25 February 1910
At the London Sessions on Tuesday, the compensation authority for the county, awarded the following sums as compensation in regard to local houses, the licenses of which had been referred for extinction :
Steam Ferry, Woods Wharf, Greenwich, £2,288

* Provided By Ewan

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