Black Horse (& Harrow), 167 Rushey Green, Catford, Lewisham SE6

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Listed as Lewisham, under the older form of the address, 145 Rushy Green; the address is  at 167 Rushey Green by 1908. It was rebuilt in its present form in 1897. Although the full name was Black Horse & Harrow, it often seems to have been referred to simply as Black Horse. In recent years it has been renamed the Goose.  **

A listing of London historical public houses, Taverns, Inns, Beer Houses and Hotels in Lewisham, Kent . The Lewisham,  Kent listing uses information from census, Trade Directories and History to add licensees, bar staff, Lodgers and Visitors.

Black Horse (& Harrow), 145 Rushey Green, Catford, Kent - circa 1910

Black Horse (& Harrow), 145 Rushey Green, Catford, Kent - circa 1910

Black Horse (& Harrow), 167 Rushey Green, SE6 - in December 2007

Black Horse (& Harrow), 167 Rushey Green, SE6 - in December 2007

Both kindly provided by Stephen Harris

Residents at this address.

1841/Joseph Colborn / Ostler/../../../Proceedings of the Old Bailey **

1841/William Shilling / Ostler/../../../Proceedings of the Old Bailey **

1851, Richard Swainston, Black Horse & Livery stables, Rushey green, Post Office Directory

1851/Richard Swainston/Inn Keeper/50/England/Census
1851/Elizabeth Brearley/Barmaid/30/England/Census
1851/William Hall/Ostler/30/Lewisham, Kent/Census
1851/Rebecca Grason/Waitress/18/England/Census
1851/Ann Keyley/Servant/28/England/Census

1852/Thomas F Smith/../../../Archdeacons Directory

August 1853/Eliza Rachel Gale/Outgoing Licensee/../../Era

August 1853/John Kay/Incoming Licensee/../../Era

August 1855/Jane Sophia Gale/Outgoing Licensee/../../West Kent Guardian

August 1855/Edwin Kay/Incoming Licensee/../../West Kent Guardian

1856/Edwin Kay / Former Licensed Victualler, Dealer and Chapman – now imprisoned at Maidstone Gaol/../../../London Gazette, 22 July 1856 **

February 1859, Black Horse, Rushey green, Charles Peckham to George Trew/../../Kentish Mercury

In 1861 George Alexander Trew, is "Victualler" here, and by 1867, George was at The Rutland Tavern, Perry Hill Sydenham. I believe his son, George Jasper Trew, may have taken over from him but can't find any record of this. I believe this pub has been renamed and may even now be residential. ***

1861/George A Trew/Victualler/44/Witham, Essex/Census ***
1861/Fanny Trew/Wife/48/Witham, Essex/Census
1861/George Trew/Son, Clerk/22/Spitalfields, Middlesex/Census
1861/Eliza M Trew/Daughter in Law/21/Sydenham, Kent/Census
1861/Elizabeth M Trew/Daughter/14/Shoreditch, Middlesex/Census
1861/Emma Trew/Daughter/11/Cripplegate, Middlesex/Census
1861/Louisa Trew/Daughter/9/Cripplegate, Middlesex/Census
1861/Henry Beaney/Waiter/18/Tunbridge Wells, Kent/Census
1861/Henry Burgess/Potman/36/Ersham, Surrey/Census

1862/George Trew/../../../Post Office Directory

1871/Bray / Landlord/../../../Proceedings of the Old Bailey **

1871/William Bray/Licensed Victualler/39/Kimbolton, Huntingdonshire/Census
1871/Eliza Bray/Wife/39/Olney, Buckinghamshire/Census
1871/Mary Ann Sayers/Servant/18/Bromley, Kent /Census
1871/Charlotte Cowell/Servant/24/Sterry, Kent/Census

1874/William Bray/../../../Post Office Directory

Kentish Independent 25 November 1876 - Blackheath Petty Sessions
Black Horse, from William Bray to William Huskinson

1891/Emanl. Levy/../../../Kelly’s Directory **

1891/Emanuel Levy/Publican/33/Borough, London/Census
1891/Alice M Levy/Wife/31/Borough, London/Census
1891/Alice Levy/Daughter/9/Walworth, London/Census
1891/Miriam Levy/Daughter/5/Walworth, London/Census
1891/Florence Levy/Daughter/3/Camberwell, London/Census
1891/Emanuel Levy/Son/1/Rushey Green, catford/Census
1891/Mrs Brittain/Mother, Widow/55/Cambridge/Census
1891/Mary W Franklin/Sister in Law/29/Borough, London/Census
1891/Ada Sherwood/Barmaid/32/Old Kent Road, London/Census
1891/Kate Donnald/Barmaid/17/New Cross/Census
1891/Florence Franklin/Visitor/8/Fulham/Census
1891/Sarah Thompson/Cook/40/Islington/Census
1891/Laura Wells/Nursemaid/20/Millwall/Census

Woolwich Gazette 13 November 1896 - Transfers
Black Horse, Lewisham, from Frederick Lambert to Daniel Whatlingg

Kentish Mercury 11 May 1900 - Licence Transfers
Black Horse, Lewisham, from A M Kerbey to William Papworth Chapman

1904/William P Chapman/../../../Post Office Directory **

1905/William Papworth Chapman/../../../Post Office Directory **

1906/Harry C Andrews/../../../Post Office Directory **

1907/Harry C Andrews/../../../Post Office Directory **

1908/Harry C Andrews/../../../Post Office Directory **

1911/William Papworth Chapman/../../../Post Office Directory **

1911/William Hall / Manager/../../../Proceedings of the Old Bailey **

1919/Robert Augustus Arlidge/../../../Post Office Directory **

1921/Robert Augustus Arlidge/../../../Post Office Directory **

1938/Fredk H Beard/../../../Post Office Directory **

** Provided By Stephen Harris

*** Provided By Merry Sanders


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