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    Fishmongers Arms, 225 St Johns Hill, Battersea South West

    Battersea south west pub history index

    A listing of historical London public houses, Taverns, Inns, Beer Houses and Hotels in the Battersea parish, London SW. This includes The Battersea parish, London SW Public House Trade Directory uses information from census, Trade Directories and History to add licensees, bar staff, Lodgers and Visitors.

    The following entries are in this format:

    Year/Publican or other Resident/Relationship to Head and or Occupation/Age/Where Born/Source.

    1861/Charles Barnard/Beer Shop Keeper/69/Colchester, Essex/Census ****
    1861/Sarah Barnard/Wife/71/Mersea, Essex/Census
    1861/Mary A Barnard/Daughter/46/Wandsworth, Surrey/Census
    1861/Charles Barnard/Son, Soda Water Mamufacturer, Widow/40/Wandsworth, Surrey/Census
    1861/Emily Barnard/Daughter/27/Wandsworth, Surrey/Census
    1861/Ellen Barnard/Daughter/26/Wandsworth, Surrey/Census
    1861/Maria S Barnard/Grand Daughter/13/Wandsworth, Surrey/Census
    1861/Catherine E Barnard/Grand Daughter/10/Wandsworth, Surrey/Census
    1861/Laura Barnard/Grand Daughter/8/Wandsworth, Surrey/Census
    1861/Emily S Barnard/Grand Daughter/5/Wandsworth, Surrey/Census
    1861/Thomas Broadhurst/Lodger, Hatter/37/Manchester, Lancashire/Census
    1861/James Andell/Pot Boy/17/Clapham, Surrey/Census

    1867/C Barnard/../../../../Surrey Directory ****

    1878/Charles Barnard/../../../../Surrey Directory ****

    1881/Thomas Laxton/Licensed Victualler/52/Steple Gidden, Huntingdon/Census ****
    1881/Lydia Laxton/Wife/49/Nelson Street, City Road/Census
    1881/Hannah M Laxton/Daughter/24/Chelsea, Middlesex/Census
    1881/Helena Laxton/Daughter/22/Kingsland, Middlesex/Census
    1881/Ethle M Laxton/Daughter/13/Clapham, Surrey/Census
    1881/Mabel E Laxton/Daughter/11/Clapham, Surrey/Census
    1881/Hannah Goodman/Servant/37/Wittlesey, Cambridge/Census

    In 1884 my great grandfather, Henry Batchellor Anstiss died at he Fishmongers Arms. He had previously been a publican at The Dun Horse, 24 Kingsland Road, Shoreditch (1871 census), The Prince of Wales, 74 East Road, Shoreditch (1881 census). *

    12 March 1884/Administration of the Personal Estate of Henry Batchelor Anstiss late of the "Fishmongers Arms" Publichouse St Johns Hill Wandsworth in the County of Surrey Licensed Victualler who died 25 February 1884 at the "Fishmongers Arms" was granted at the Principal Registry under the usual limitations to Frederick Freethy Anstiss of the "Kings Head" Publichouse Holloway Road Islington in the County of Middlesex Licensed Victualler the Uncle and Guardian of Henry Robert Anstiss Elizabeth Lydia Anstiss Spinster Frederick John Anstiss Kate Alexandra Anstiss Spinster Charles Tucker Anstiss Maria Louisa Anstiss Spinster and Annie Harriett Anstiss Spinsters Minors and of Alfred Ernest Anstiss an infant the Children and only Next of Kin, Effects 2,113 15s 6d/Probate *

    1896/R Petch/../../../../Post Office Directory ****

    1901/Reuben Petch/Licensed Victualler/58/Culford, Suffolk/Census ****
    1901/Maria Petch/Wife/45/Brighton, Sussex/Census
    1901/Beatrice M Petch/Daughter/15/Drury Lane, London/Census
    1901/Miriam M Petch/Daughter/13/Clapham, London/Census
    1901/Henry J R Petch/Son/11/Theobalds Road, London/Census
    1901/George F Petch/Son/7/Clapham Junction, London/Census
    1901/Robert Davies/Potman/26/Camberwell, London/Census
    1901/Caroline Mellows/Barmaid/21/Newington Causeway, London/Census
    1901/Alice H Eldon/General Servant/26/Sidmouth, Devonshire/Census

    1901/J R Petch/../../../../Post Office Directory ****

    1904/J R Petch/../../../../Post Office Directory ****

    1906/James Reuben Petch/../../../../Post Office Directory ****

    1911/James Reuben Petch/../../../../Post Office Directory ****

    1919/Mrs Maria Petch/../../../../Post Office Directory ****

    * Provided By  Stephen Duffell

    **** Provided By Kevan

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