Many accurate 1921 census transcriptions have already been added to the pub history site, including London, and parts of Middlesex.

Perseverance, 14 Amelia Street, Walworth, Newington, London

Newington pub history index

Perseverance Tankard, Amelia Street in George Marshall's time

Perseverance Tankard, Amelia Street in George Marshall's time

Kindly provided by Trevor Noyes

Residents at this address.

1869/George Marshall/Beer Retailer/../../Post Office Directory

1871/George Marshall/Beer Hoiuse Keeper/41/Newington, Surrey/Census
1871/Mary A Marshall/Wife/49/Newington, Surrey//Census
1871/George Marshall/Son/12/Newington, Surrey//Census

The son, George Marshall is a potman at the Union 191 Oxford street in the 1881 census.

This beer shop was named the "Perseverance" in George Marshall's time as per pint tankard inscription below, verified with Surrey mark for 1881+ *

1881/George Marshall/Beer Retailer/51/Newington, Surrey/Census
1881/Martha Marshall/Daughter/25/Newington, Surrey/Census

1882/George Marshall/Beer Retailer/../../Post Office Directory

1891/George Marshall/Beer House Keeper/32/Newington, London/Census
1891/Lilly Marshall/Wife/31/Holborn, London/Census
1891/Lilly Shepherd/Niece/14/Pentonville, London/Census

South London Press 20 August 1904
Dart playing on Licensed premises.
Charles Austin , the licensee of the Perseverance beerhouse, Amelia Street, Walworth, answered four summonses taken out by Inspector Peckover, complaining that he suffered gaming to be carried out on his premises.
There was a penalty of 20 shillings upon each summons, with £3 3 shillings costs - £7 3 shillings in all.

London Evening Standard 06 June 1906
Licensing Act 1904 Notice of principal meeting to discuss by the Compensation authority on the 2nd day of July 1906.
The Perseverance, 14 Amelia street, Newington, Beer on, Harry French

South London Chronicle 29 March 1907
At the Session House, Clerkenwell, the Compensation authority dealt with licenses referred for Compensation from the Kensington, Newington, Paddington, St James and St Margarets divisions.
The Perseverance, 14 Amelia Street, Walworth agreed to compensation of £2,144. This was shared as £125 to the tenant, Henry French; £147 to the brewers and lessees Messrs Whitbread and Co, with £40 added for fixtures, and £1,832 to the freeholders and conversioners, the Midland Railway Company.

* Provided by Trevor Noyes

And Last updated on: Tuesday, 22-Feb-2022 13:47:18 GMT