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Havelock Arms, 38 Meeting House Lane, Peckham SE15

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This pub is now demolished. Modern flats on site are called ‘Havelock Court’. **

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.

Havelock Arms, 38 Meeting House Lane, Peckham SE15 - circa 1963-67

Havelock Arms, 38 Meeting House Lane, Peckham SE15 - circa 1963-67

Kindly provided by Mike Ryan

The following entries are in this format:

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

1867/John Jackson/../../../Post Office Directory *

1878/W Hardy/../../../../Surrey  Directory ****

1881/Alfred Griffiths/Publican/35/St James, Middlesex/Census ****
1881/Annie Griffiths/Wife/30/Spalding, Lincoln/Census
1881/Esther Griffiths/Daughter/11/Notting Hill, Middlesex/Census
1881/Florence Griffiths/Daughter/2/../Census
1881/Annie Bright/Domestic Servant/19/Norwood, Surrey/Census
1881/William Willsmore/Barman/18/Edgeware Rd, Middlesex/Census
1881/Harriett Griggs/Barmaid/19/Bermondsey, Surrey/Census
1881/John Slater/Potman/19/Brighton, Sussex/Census

1896/C Lawrence/../../../../Post Office Directory ****

1901/William Adcock/../../../../Post Office Directory ****

1904/W. Gosheron/../../../Post Office Directory *

1905/Samuel Joseph Pinder/../../../../Post Office Directory ****

1908/Samuel Joseph Pinder/../../../../Post Office Directory ****

1911/Thomas James Colmer/../../../../Post Office Directory ****

In 1909, Thomas James Colmer, engineer of 15 Eton road marries Rebecca Matilda Williams, of 10 Holmes street; both parents are publicans, i.e. Thomas Harcourt Colmer and William Williams. These are the Armstrong Gun, 15 Eton road, Plumstead and the Bricklayers Arms, 10 Thomas street, Woolwich

1911/Thomas Colmer/Licensed Victualler/24/Camberwell, London/Census ****
1911/Rebecca Colmer/Wife/27/Plumstead, Kent/Census
1911/Mary Colmer/Daughter/Under 6 months/Peckham, London/Census
1911/Helen Dowling/Servant/21/Deptford/Census
1911/Edith Leashman/Nurse/14/Peckham, London/Census

1913/Thomas James Colmer/../../../../Electoral Register ****

1914/Alfred Devine/../../../Post Office Directory *

1917/Walter Henry Dearing Durrant/../../../../Post Office Suburban Directory **

1919/Walter Henry D Durrant/../../../../Post Office Directory ****

1921/Jane Durrant/../../../Hughes Directory *

1938/Mrs Ada Rogers/../../../../Post Office Directory ****

My father; Tom Ryan, was the publican here circa 1963-1967. Back in those days, it had a yard with sheds where guys made beautiful ornamental "pirate blunderbuss guns" with brown wood and golden brass barrels which flared out. ***

1971/../Havelock Arms, 38 Meeting House Lane SE15/../../../Pub Directory ****


* Provided By Ewan

** Provided By Stephen Harris

*** Provided By Mile Ryan

**** Provided By Kevan

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