Many accurate 1921 census transcriptions have already been added to the pub history site, including London, and parts of Middlesex.
Chelsea Pub history index
There is a coal merchant at Old Ferry wharf, Duke street, Chelsea in the 1843 directory; this gives a clue to its whereabouts which is not far from Battersea bridge.
Historical London public houses, Taverns, Inns, Beer Houses and Hotels.
Residents at this address.
1805/James Cook, the Adam and Eve, Lombard street, Chelsea/../../Holdens Directory
1809/John Petre, Adam and Eve, Duke street, Chelsea/../../Holdens Directory
1811/R Jones, Adam & Eve, Duke street, Chelsea/../../Holdens Directory
1823-24/James Purkis, Adam & Eve, Duke street/../../Pigots Directory
1825/Mr Adam Purkis, Adam & Eve, Duke street, Chelsea/../../Licensed Victuallers Association
1826/Js Purkis/../../../Inns & Taverns of London
1829/J Oliver, Adam & Eve, Lombard street, Chelsea/../../Robsons Directory
1832/James Wensley/../../../Robsons Directory
1833-34/James Wensley/../../../Pigots Directory
1839/William Fox/../../../Pigots Directory
1843/George Crowhurst/../../../Kellys Directory
1846/George Crowhurst/../../../Post Office Directory
1848/Robert Jackson/../../../Post Office Directory
1851/John Graves/../../../Kellys Directory
1856/William Wood/../../../Post Office Directory
1861/William Wood/Victualler/43/Halberton, Devon/Census
1861/Elizabeth Wood/Wife/38/Sampford Peverell, Devon/Census
1861/Anne E Wood/Daughter/9/Chelsea, Middlesex/Census
1861/Richard T Wood/Son/6/Chelsea, Middlesex/Census
1861/Alice M Wood/Daughter/1/Chelsea, Middlesex/Census
1861/Hannah Ponsford/Niece/15/Sampford Peverell, Devon/Census
1861/John Bringnell/Potman/35/St Clements, Middlesex/Census
1861/John Wood/Brother, Joiner/30/Halberton, Devon/Census
1862/W Wood/../../../Post Office Directory
1869/W Wood/../../../Post Office Directory