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Fulham pub history index
This pub was rebuilt in its present form in 1902. The address alters radically by 1910 from 71 North End road, so probably at the same time as the rebuild. **
A listing of historical London public houses, Taverns, Inns, Beer Houses and Hotels in Fulham, Middlesex, London.
Three Kings, 171 North End Road, London W14 - circa 1940
Kindly provided by John Carnaby
Three Kings, 171 North End Road, W14 - in April 2009
Kindly provided by Stephen Harris
Residents at this address.
1805/S Cumbers, the Three Kings, North End, Fulham/../../Holdens Directory
1826/Jno Shephard, Three Kings, North End/../../Middlesex Directory
1836/George Hodsdon, Three Kings, North End/../../Pigot's Directory
October 1848/William Mapleson/Outgoing Licensee/../../Era Newspaper
October 1848/Mrs Lily Roper/Incoming Licensee/../../Era Newspaper
1861/Lily Roper/Inn Keeper, Widow/58/Scotland/Census
1861/Anne Roper/Daughter, Barmaid/21/Colebrook, Buckinghamshire/Census
1861/Walter Roper/Son, Dairyman/19/Colebrook, Buckinghamshire/Census
1861/James Brazier/Cowman/40/Kensington, Middlesex/Census
1861/William Emmett/Potman/19/Hounslow, Middlesex/Census
1861/Henry Smith/Visitor, Carpenter, Widow/44/Woolhope, Herefordshire/Census
1871/George Blake/Licensed Victualler/42/Windsor, Buckinghamshire/Census
1871/Anne Blake/Wife/40/Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire/Census
1871/Ellen Blake/Daughter/18/Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire/Census
1871/Edward Cox/Pot Boy/15/Northolt, Middlesex/Census
1871/James Waller/Lodger, Gardener/57/Scotland/Census
1872/George Blake/../../../Post Office Directory
1874/George Blake/../../../Post Office Directory
1881/George H Lubbock/Licensed Victualler/53/London, Middlesex/Census
1881/Henrietta A Lubbock/Wife/49/Warminster, Wiltshire/Census
1881/Ethel M Lubbock/Daughter/16/Fulham, Middlesex/Census
1881/Henrietta G Lubbock/Daughter/14/Holloway, Middlesex/Census
1881/Margaret H Lubbock/Daughter/12/Hammersmith, Middlesex/Census
1881/Mary O Spittisbury/Wifes Mother, Widow/80/Kibworth, Leicester/Census
1881/Alice S Weedon/Barmaid/24/Hackney, Middlesex/Census
1881/Mary Kedge/Barmaid/20/Smithfield, Middlesex/Census
1881/Amelia Howard/General Servant/21/Southwark, Surrey/Census
1896/George H Lubbock/../../../Post Office Directory
1899/Reuben Nash/../../../Post Office Directory
1901/Frederick Brooks Hill/Head, Solicitor/22/Exeter, Devon/Census
1901/Harry C Lamport/Visitor, Undergraduate Oxford/21/Southampton, Hants/Census
1901/Willm A Paurdy/Manager/36/Sevenoaks, Kent/Census
1901/Dorothy Purdy/Manageress/28/Fulham, London/Census
1901/Florce Parnell/Barmaid/27/Dublin, Ireland/Census
1901/Louisa E Benham/Cook/22/Aldershot, Hants/Census
1901/Jabez A Robins/Barman/31/Isleworth, Middlesex/Census
1901/Sidney Allen/Barman/19/Acton, Middlesex/Census
1901/Rachel Lequire/Barmaid/26/Fulham, London/Census
1901/Allice Lemon/Barmaid/19/Fulham, London/Census
1910/Reuben Wash/171 & 173 North End Road, /../../Post Office Directory
1921/Patrick & McGregor Ltd/../../../Hughes Directory
1938/Patrick & McGregor Ltd/../../../Post Office Directory
1940/Patrick & McGregor Ltd/../../../Post Office Directory
Friday 07 October 2022 - Stonegate Media:
The Famous Three Kings, 171 North End Road, Fulham, London, W14 9NL
The Famous Three Kings, Fulham has been crowned Best Pub to Watch Sport at the Great British Pub Awards 2022 for the fifth time.
The Famous Three Kings first picked up the award in 2016 and the latest win comes off the back of the pub’s amazing summer of sport, celebrating the win of England at the Women’s Euros.
The pub has long been a promoter of niche and popular international sports including NFL, Ice Hockey and Football. Panoramic viewing from the 36 HD TV’s and high-definition projectors ensures fans do not miss a moment of sporting action across Sky Sports, BT Sports and their range of Premier Sports viewing. General Manager Paul Eastwood and the team are currently preparing for the Qatar World Cup in November and will be transforming the interior and window displays with World Cup Memorabilia showcasing all the teams in the tournament.
Paul said: “I am absolutely thrilled to have won the award for Best Pub to Watch Sport for the fifth time at these prestigious awards. The team and I are very enthusiastic about sports and love being able to share that with all our customers and making a great atmosphere for them to watch all the matches. It is a combination of our facilities and great customer service that makes our customers feel relaxed and wanting to come back for their sporting fix. We pride ourselves on being the best venue for sports for all to enjoy.”
The Great British Pub Awards took place at the Escape to Freight Island in Manchester, hosted by comedian, writer and actor, Russell Kane, where the winners from all 16 categories were announced in person and via livestream. The Awards recognise pubs, and their teams across the country for their amazing efforts and hard work to makes Britain’s pubs great for their local communities.
The Famous Three Kings was crowned winners as they are a huge site which shows more sports than any other Operators, and their access to foreign sporting services with its indigenous commentary satisfying overseas visitors and locals alike.
Ian Payne, MBE, Chairman of Stonegate Group said, “This is an absolutely fantastic achievement, and unprecedented in the history of the Great British Pub Awards with a 5 times consecutive win.
“Paul and his team provide a spectacular atmosphere and welcoming environment for those who want to watch sporting events of all kinds from around the world, and it is by far the best venue in the UK to view every piece of sporting action.”
** Provided By Stephen Harris