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Wheatsheaf, 582 Fulham Road, Fulham, London SW6

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The Wheatsheaf, Walham green in the 1862 and 1869 license transfers. The Wheatsheaf is currently under conversion to residential flats. Converted into a branch of Sainsbury's below flats (2013).

A listing of historical London public houses, Taverns, Inns, Beer Houses and Hotels in Fulham, Middlesex,  London. The Fulham, Middlesex,  London listing uses information from census, Trade Directories and History to add licensees, bar staff, Lodgers and Visitors.

Wheatsheaf, 582 Fulham Road, Fulham, London SW6 - licensee R Bartholomew

Wheatsheaf, 582 Fulham Road, Fulham, London SW6 - licensee R Bartholomew

Wheatsheaf, 582 Fulham Road SW6 - in March 2013

Wheatsheaf, 582 Fulham Road SW6 - in March 2013

Kindly provided by Tris

The following entries are in this format:

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

1826/G Beesley/../../../../London Directory ****

1855/W Lusby/../../../../Post Office Directory ****

January 1862/Fanny walden (late Lusby)/Outgoing Licensee/../../Era ****

January 1862/George Walden, her husband/Incoming Licensee/../../Era ****

February 1869/Thomas Wilson, deceased/Outgoing Licensee/../../Era ****

February 1869/Mary Ann Wilson, widow of Thomas Wilson/Incoming Licensee/../../Era ****

1874/Mrs Mary Ann Wilson/../../../../Post Office Directory ****

1881/Mary A Wilson/Licensed Victualler, Widow/68/Kent/Census ****
1881/George Wilson/Son, Carpenter/35/Marylebone, Middlesex/Census
1881/Amelia Wilson/Daughter, Barmaid/26/Marylebone, Middlesex/Census
1881/Kate Clarke/Grand Daughter/6/Marylebone, Middlesex/Census
1881/Ellen Murphy/Domestic Servant/18/Fulham, Middlesex/Census

Robert Hollyman is the son of Robert Hollyman of the Royal Standard ****

1896/Hollyman & Sons/../../../../Post Office Directory ****

Freebmd shows a marriage between Robert Hollyman and Millicent Caroline Hollyman in September 1897 quarter, in Fulham. She is the daughter of Jane Hollyman, who died in 1891.

1901/Robert Hollyman/Licensed Victualler/28/Strand, London/Census ****
1901/Millicent Hollyman/Wife/28/Holloway, London/Census
1901/Robert Hollyman/Son/4 months/Fulham, London/Census
1901/Cecil Blundell/Public House Manager/29/Ireland/Census
1901/Albert Sleep/Barman/25/Epsom, Surrey/Census
1901/Fred Woolcott/Barman/24/Wales/Census
1901/Frank Stoneham/Barman/20/Paddington, London/Census
1901/Edward Hawk/Barman/23/Northampton/Census
1901/Ann Adamson/Cook, Widow/53/Holloway, London/Census
1901/Louis Davis/Housemaid/28/Brentford, Middlesex/Census
1901/Liza Harvey/Nursemaid/16/Lambeth, Surrey/Census

1904/Robert John Hollyman/../../../../Post Office Directory ****

1905/Robert John Hollyman/../../../../Post Office Directory ****

1911/Robert John Hollyman/Licensed Victualler/38/Strand, London/Census ****
1911/Millicent Jane Hollyman/Wife/38/Holloway, London/Census
1911/Robert Henry Hollyman/Son/40/Fulham, London/Census
1911/Richard Ernest Hollyman/Son/6/Fulham, London/Census
1911/Walter Frederick Hollyman/Son/3/Fulham, London/Census
1911/Christine Hollyman/Sister/36/Holloway, London/Census
1911/James Stewart/Manager/32/Dundee, Scotland/Census
1911/William Judd/Barman/21/Netley, Hampshire/Census
1911/Ivor Vincent Withers/Barman/22/Armagh, Ireland/Census
1911/John Buckle/Barman/24/London/Census
1911/Horace Kelson/Barman/22/Canterbury, Kent/Census
1911/Emily Harvey/Domestic Servant/35/Peckham, London/Census
1911/Martha Blow/Domestic Servant/30/Fulham, London/Census
1911/Eliza Harvey/Nurse/24/Peckham, London/Census

1919/Robert John Hollyman/../../../../Post Office Directory ****

1921/Robert John Hollyman/../../../../Post Office Directory ****

1944/Edward G Mailing/../../../../Post Office Directory ****

1949/Bill Hanbidge/../../../../Black Eagle Journal ***

At the Wheatsheaf, Fulham Road, are Mr and Mrs Hanbidge, who between them have had a lot of experience of the various aspects of the Trade. Bill's uncle held the licence of our Blue Lion in Grays Inn Road from 1901 to 1942, and he himself often helped out there. Before the war he worked as a steward on the P & O Line, mainly on the China and Australia runs, and at the outbreak of war joined the RAF. Peace time found him managing the Rayners Hotel at harrow and in April 1949 he took over the licence of the Wheatsheaf.
Meals are served in the attractive saloon bar and Mrs Hanbidge prepares many luncheons each day. She has always taken an interest in catering and was in charge of the Still Rooms at Grosvenor House Hotel when it opened before the war. A wide variety of snacks are always available at the bar.
Mr Hanbidge has all kinds of people calling at the Wheatsheaf, young and old. and in particular he encourages local painters, whose works can be seen hanging in the bars. He doesn't find a lot of time for hobbies, but still enjoys a game of golf and an occasional day at the races. He has held the position of treasurer in the Fulham and South Kensington LVA for five years. - 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

*** Provided By Alex Wilkinson

**** Provided By Kevan

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