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Crown, 248 North End road, Fulham SW6

It was first licensed in the seventeenth century, initially as the Fulham Volunteer. In modern times, in 1996 it was renamed the Goose. **

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Crown, 248 North End Road, SW6 - in May 2007

Crown, 248 North End Road, SW6 - in May 2007

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Residents at this address

1826/William Pagett, Crown, North End/../../Middlesex Directory

1836/Henry Marshall, Crown, North End/../../Pigot's Directory

1861/Joseph Smith/Victualler/55/Deptford, Kent/Census
1861/Anne Smith/Wife/49/London, Middlesex/Census
1861/Jane W Smith/Daughter/16/Tottenham, Middlesex/Census
1861/Alice Chapman/Grand Daughter/5/Walworth, Surrey/Census
1861/Elizabeth Cotta/General Servant/42/Deptford, Kent/Census
1861/Edwards Doddels/Pot Boy/16/London, Middlesex/Census

January 1862/Joseph Stanford/Outgoing Licensee/../../Era

January 1862/George Parker/Incoming Licensee/../../Era

1871/Thomas Wood/Publican/46/Bermondsey, Surrey/Census
1871/Phoebe Wood/Wife/32/Fulham, Middlesex/Census
1871/Ann Mason/Visitor/89/Hythe, Kent/Census
1871/Jane Bevan/Nurse/62/Fulham, Middlesex/Census
1871/Infant son of Thomas Wood/Son/1 day/Fulham, Middlesex/Census

1874/Phoebe Wood/../../../../Licensed Victualler & Hoteliers Directory

1881/Garrard Hatsell/Publican/27/Framlingham, Suffolk/Census
1881/Edwin Row/Visitor, Bankers Clerk/21/Saxmundham, Suffolk/Census
1881/Jessie Langdale/Housekeeper/31/Cows, Isle of Wight, Hampshire/Census
1881/Joseph Turner/Barman/26/Fulbourn, Cambridge/Census
1881/Frank Featherstone/Barman/21/Veletta, Malta/Census
1881/William Overall/Barman/22/Whitechapel, Middlesex/Census
1881/Rhodolph Swan/Potman/18/Easton, Suffolk/Census
1881/Mary Cheefe/Domestic Servant, Widow/46/Windsor, Berkshire/Census

1899/Edward Arthur Cook/../../../../Post Office Directory

1901/James R Perfect/Licensed Victuallers Manager/40/Holloway, London/Census
1901/Ellen C Perfect/Daughter, Manageress/18/Holloway, London/Census
1901/James G Perfect/Son/16/Holloway, London/Census
1901/Violet R Perfect/Daughter/14/Holloway, London/Census
1901/Constance Perfect/Daughter/13/Holloway, London/Census
1901/Edward Rice/Brother in Law, Cellerman/33/Barnsbury, London/Census
1901/James King/Barman/22/Carlow, Ireland/Census
1901/William Little/Barman/24/Oxford, Oxfordshire/Census
1901/John Manis/Barman/24/Tooting, London/Census
1901/Charles Challis/Barman/23/Paddington, London/Census
1901/Edward Coyne/Barman/21/Bradford, Yorks/Census
1901/Ellen Dallibar/Barmaid/23/Fulham, London/Census
1901/Annie Anderson/Barmaid/25/Saffron Walden, Essex/Census
1901/Mary Southam/Housemaid/25/Ricksmanworth, Herts/Census
1901/Ada Heaver/Cook/35/Shipston on Stour, Worcester/Census

1910/Edward Arthur Cook/../../../../Post Office Directory

1938/Arthur Rowland Hill/../../../../Post Office Directory **

1944/Arthur Rowland Hill/../../../../Post Office Directory **

The Goose in Fulham Declared a Knock Out After Investment
Wednesday 06 February 2013 - Stonegate media Reg Manning, manager of the Goose in Fulham celebrated a successful opening weekend after the pub was re-opened by local lad, George Groves, British and Commonwealth Super Middle Weight boxing champion.
The investment, which totalled almost £200,000, has seen the creation of two part-time jobs at the pub, which prides itself on showing some of the best sports events in the area. The new jobs are in addition to the 17 local people already employed in the business.
Talking about the opening of the Goose, Reg said: “The opening weekend was a real success and we’ve had so many new faces pop in to see the changes the investment has brought about. The team and I think the Goose looks fantastic, as do our regular customers and we hope to attract even more people to the pub to enjoy the new and much improved surroundings. We had a brilliant weekend of sport what with the Six Nations and some great premiership matches so we hope the winning streak continues!
“We were delighted that George was at the pub, helping us to celebrate – he even got behind the bar and pulled a few pints! He said the pub looked incredible and that he hoped he could pop for a drink or two when he’s not training for his upcoming fight which is on Saturday 16th March. We’ll be showing the fight of course and will be supporting him throughout.”
A new classic black and gold colour scheme along with new signage now adorns the front of the Goose. Inside, the pub has undergone a complete transformation with new wood flooring, a modern and stylish colour scheme and the restoration of the pub’s fireplace providing a cosy spot for guests to hunker down and enjoy a drink or two.
The Goose’s all-weather beer garden complete with giant umbrellas and heaters has also benefited from the investment with the installation of an outdoor television screen maximising the pub’s sports offer.
The Goose has introduced a number of new events and offers including selected meals for £2.99 on a Tuesday, a Grill Night on Wednesday where you can order any item from the Grill section of the menu and drink from £7.95. Thursday is curry night and customers can get a drink and a curry for just £5.95. The team at the pub are also planning live entertainment on a Friday night, once a month, in order celebrate the weekend in style.

** Provided By Stephen Harris

And Last updated on: Monday, 14-Nov-2022 15:08:47 GMT