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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�. **

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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

Residents at this address

Morning Advertiser 31 March 1871 - licence applications :
Havelock Arms, Meeting House lane to William Hardy has the lease close by which 200 houses had been built and occupied. Since the last application, he had expended a considerable sum in improving the premises, Licence refused.

1871/John Frances Frost/Manager of Beer House/25/Kentisbeare, Devon/Census
1871/Emily Mary Frost/Wife/25/Canterbury Kent/Census
1871/Thomas Verrey/Pot Boy/15/Camberwell, Surrey/Census

South London Press 27 March 1875 - The following were refused new victuallers licenses:
William Hardy, the Havelock Arms, Meeting House lane, Peckham

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

Kentish Mercury 05 June 1896 - Peckham Licence Transfers
Havelock Arms, Meeting house lane, C Lawrence to James John Weavers

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

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