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Atlas Hotel, 16 Seagrave Road, North End, Fulham, London SW6

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Now known as the Atlas (2014).

A listing of historical London public houses, Taverns, Inns, Beer Houses and Hotels in Fulham, London.

Atlas Hotel, 16 Seagrave Road, Fulham - in 1974

Atlas Hotel, 16 Seagrave Road, Fulham - in 1974

Atlas Hotel, 16 Seagrave Road, SW6 - in February 2014

Atlas Hotel, 16 Seagrave Road, SW6 - in February 2014

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The following entries are in this format:

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

May 1870/Charles Batty/Outgoing Licensee/../../Era

May 1870/Thomas Frederick Holford/Incoming Licensee/../../Era

1871/Francis H Tredle/Hotel Keeper/41/Kensington, Middlesex/Census
1871/Mary Dark/Niece, Barmaid/24/Wellington, Shropshire/Census
1871/Frank Tredle/Nephew, Saddlers Apprentice/15/Walton on Thames, Surrey/Census
1871/John Rattle/Barman/25/Dallington, Suffolk/Census

1874/H Caville/../../../../Post Office Directory

1881/Samuel Clark/Manager/30/Soho, Middlesex/Census
1881/Ema Hanson/Barmaid/23/Kingston, Surrey/Census
1881/Florence Paish/Barmaid/15/St Georges, Surrey/Census

1896/George Smith/../../../../Post Office Directory

1899/Alfred Charles Heath/../../../../Post Office Directory

1901/Harry Langley/Licensed Victualler/45/Lynn, Norfolk/Census
1901/Frederick heath/Son, Licensed Victualler/21/Kentish Town, London/Census
1901/Annie Berry/Housekeeper/35/Westhorpe, Suffolk/Census

1921/Mark Livermore/../../../../Post Office Directory

1944/Lawrence Taylor/../../../../Post Office Directory

1954/Alec Phillips/../../../../Black Eagle Journal ***

Mr and Mrs Alec Phillips came to the Atlas in Seagrave Road over nine years ago. In that time they have mainly concentrated on building up a good family trade, although being very close to Earls Court they have made many friends from past exhibitions, and also count several of the stand constructors amongst their customers.
The Atlas is Mr Phillips' first pub; before entering the trade he was in Fleet Street for over 30 years, spending a lot of that time with the Daily Sketch. He was mainly concerned with processing in the Dark Room and was in charge of that side when he left the paper. His last important job was processing all the photographs taken at the Coronation in 1953 for the Sketch.
During the war Alec joined the RAF and was immediately transferred to the Photographic section at Whitehall where his experience proved very useful.
The house was at one time very popular with the stars from the Old Empress Theatre and the Phillips can remember regular visits from Norman Wisdom, Richard Hearne and Frankie Vaughan to name but three. - Black Eagle Journal ***

Mr & Mrs Phillips, Mr & Mrs Hanbidge, Mr & Mrs Campbell (Left to Right) - in 1963

Mr & Mrs Phillips (Atlas), Mr & Mrs Hanbidge (Wheatsheaf), Mr & Mrs Campbell - all Truman licensees (from left to right) - in 1963.
Kindly provided by Alec Wilkinson

1963/Alec Phillips/../../../../Black Eagle Journal ***

G M Campbell, tenant of the Atlas from 1949 & since July, 1953 of the Cock, Waltham Green, died on May 6th, 1967 - Black Eagle Journal ***


*** Provided By Alec Wilkinson

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