Accurate transcriptions of the 1921 census are being added to the pub history site, starting with London.
Fulham pub history index
Named in the 1911 census. Closed in 1915 as a pub through the compensation award scheme.
A listing of historical London public houses, Taverns, Inns, Beer Houses and Hotels in Fulham, London.
Residents at this address
1896/Charles E Lamble/Beer Retailer/../../../Post Office Directory
1901/William G Mison/Beer Retailer/49/Godalming, Surrey/Census
1901/Helena Mison/Wife/27/Camberwell, London/Census
1901/Ivy Mison/Daughter/5/Balham, London/Census
1901/Winnie Mison/Daughter/5/Balham, London/Census
1901/Evelyn Mison/Daughter/1/Balham, London/Census
1901/Jussie Newman/Visitor/16/Lambeth, London/Census
In May 1907, Arthur William Grimmer marries Kate Hewitt, daughter of Henry Hewitt, publican at 25 Star road
In December 1909, Charles George Gutteridge marries Edith Hewitt, daughter of Henry Hewitt, publican at 25 Star road
1911/Henry Hewitt/Beer House Keeper/60/Simpson, Buckinghamshire/Census
1911/Mary Ann Hewitt/Wife/65/Great Burstead, Essex/Census
1911/Charles George Gutteridge/Son in Law, Dental Pattern Maker/23/Kentish Town, London/Census
1911/Edith Gutteridge/Daughter, Assistant/23/St Pancras, London/Census
London Evening Standard 14 June 1911
Licensing Act 1904 Notice of principal meeting to discuss by the Compensation authority on 3rd July 1911
Crispin Arms, 25 Star road, Fulham, Beer on, Henry Hewitt
London Evening Standard 03 June 1914
Licensing Act 1904 Notice of principal meeting to discuss by the Compensation authority on 1st July 1914
Crispin Arms, 25 Star road, Fulham, Beer on, George Weston Hall
Westminster Gazette 14 July 1915
Compensation Authority for the County of London under the Licensing Consolidation Act 1910. The recipients of the money were the freeholders, leaseholders, and tenants of twenty seven licensed premises in the Metropolis, which are to be closed at the end of July as redundant. The awards totalled £59,651.
Crispin Arms, 5 Star road, Fulham, £3,258