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Old Pack Horse, 434 High road, Chiswick

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Women at the Wicket: A History of Women's Cricket in Interwar England. Written by Adam McKie

Half Moon, 10 Half Moon Lane, Camberwell SE24

Camberwell pubs history index

Rebuilt in about 1896 as the  Half Moon Hotel, Herne Hill, the former Old Half Moon was then demolished. The 1825 petty sessions referes to the Half Moon being at the Crossways (or crossroads). A Half Moon was apparently here since at least 1760.

A listing of historical London public houses, Taverns, Inns, Beer Houses and Hotels in Camberwell, Surrey,  London. The Camberwell, Surrey , London listing uses information from census, Trade Directories and History to add licensees, bar staff, Lodgers and Visitors. This area includes Camberwell, Dulwich and Peckham.

The following entries are in this format:

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

1825/John Webb/Half Moon, the Crossway/../../Petty Sessions ****

1826/John Webb/Half Moon, Dulwich/../../Middlesex Directory ****

1851/William J Webb/Licensed Victualler/28/Dulwich, Surrey/Census ****
1851/Mary Oliver/Housekeeper, Widow/63/Stroud, kent/Census
1851/Hannah Granger/Barmaid/19/St Lukes, London/Census
1851/Eliza Harrow/Cook/24/Bethnal Green, Middlesex/Census
1851/William Iles/Potman/21/Lambeth, Surrey/Census
1851/William Harman/Occasional Servant/21/Ipstead, Buckinghamshire/Census

December 1851/William John Webb, Licensed Victualler, son of John Webb, Licensed Victualler marries Mary Ann Mansell, daughter of William Henry Mansell, Railway Carrier of Friday street, Cheapside, at St Giles, Camberwell/Marriage

1861/William J Webb/Licensed Victualler/39/Dulwich, Surrey/Census ****
1861/Mary Ann Webb/Wife/35/Friday street, London/Census
1861/William John Webb/Son/8/Dulwich, Surrey/Census
1861/Mary Ann E Webb/Daughter/6/Dulwich, Surrey/Census
1861/Jane A Webb/Daughter/4/Dulwich, Surrey/Census
1861/Emma J Webb/Daughter/2/Dulwich, Surrey/Census
1861/William Harford/Waiter/26/Barbican, London/Census
1861/Susan Hyam/Cook/29/Fleet street, London/Census
1861/Maria Page/Nursemaid/15/Essex/Census

1868/ William John Webb late of the Half Moon lane Dulwich in the County of Surrey Licensed Victualler deceased who died 8 March 1868 at Half Moon lane aforesaid was proved at the Principal registry by the oaths of Thomas Frederick Harris of Water lane Dulwich aforesaid Builder William Boxall Turpin of York street Borough in the County aforesaid Licensed Victualler and John Savill of Broadway Ludgate hill in the City of London Cheesemonger the Executors. Effects under 6000/Probate

1878/Abraham Abbott/../../../../Suburban Post Office Directory ****

1881/Abram Abbott/Publican/55/Ipswich, Suffolk/Census ****
1881/Henry Abbott/Brother, Publican/38/Ipswich, Suffolk/Census

1896/James Woodall/../../../../Post Office Directory ****

1911/Frederick W Whithair/../../../../Post Office Directory ****

1919/Frederick William Whithair/../../../../Post Office Directory ****

1921/F W Whithair/../../../../Post Office Directory ****

1938/Caterers Ltd/../../../../Post Office Directory ****

1944/Caterers Ltd/../../../../Post Office Directory ****


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