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

Gladstone, 24 King & Queen Street, Walworth SE17

Newington pub history index

The 1911 census entry also lists the address as a beer house at 24 Beddome street, whilst the 1899 street directory and 1901 census lists a beer retailer at 24 King & Queen street at the junction with Beddome street. The beer house is named in the 1881 census and also the will in 1917

Residents at this address.

1869/Henry Wills/Beer Retailer/../../Post Office Directory

1881/Thomas Moore/Beer Housekeeper/62/Croydon, Surrey/Census
1881/Rachel Moore/Wife/61/London City, Middlesex/Census
1881/James Moore/Son, Errand Boy/15/Walworth, Surrey/Census

1882/Thomas Moore/Beer Retailer/../../Post Office Directory

1899/William Jackman/Beer Retailer/../../Post Office Directory

1901/William Jackman/Landlord/40/Nether Wallop/Census
1901/Harriett Jackman/Wife, Landlady/36/Hampshire/Census
1901/Ida Staniford/Niece, Servant/15/Milbury/Census
1901/Edward Henson/Potman/40/Bethnal Green/Census

1911/William Jackman/Publican/51/Lower Wallop, Hampshire/Census
1911/Harriette Jackman/Wife/46/Milbury, Dorset/Census
1911/Charlotte Jane Staniford/Niece, Assistant/18/Kingston, Surrey/Census
1911/Alice Florence Smither/Niece/12/Chertsey, Surrey/Census

1917/William Jackman of the Gladstone beer house 24 King and Queen street Walworth Surrey died 9 April 1917 at Lambeth Infirmary Surrey Administration London 11 May to Harriet Octava Jackman widow. Effects £77 4s/Probate

1921/William James Bathe/Beer Retailer/../../Post Office Directory


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