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Temple Bar, 286 Walworth Road, Newington, Surrey

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The earlier name for the Temple Bar is the Ship and Blue Coat Boy until at least 1869. Earlier than this, the address is at 15 Keens Row, Walworth Road - west side.

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

Temple Bar, 286 Walworth Road, Newington

Temple Bar, 286 Walworth Road, Newington

Temple Bar, 286 Walworth Road in modern times

Temple Bar, 286 Walworth Road in modern times

Kindly provided by Tony Robins

The following entries are in this format:

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

1825/William Bullock/Ship and Blue Coat Boy, Walworth road/../../Victuallers Recognizance ****

1836/Joseph Farren/Ship & Blue Coat Boy, Walworth Road, publican & creditor/../../../Perrys Bankrupt Gazette ****

Edmund Fish marries Martha Floyd in 1835 at St Mary Lambeth.

1841/Edmund Fish/Licensed Victualler/28/../Census ****
1841/Martha Fish/../25/../Census
1841/Elizabeth Fish/../4/Surrey/Census
1841/Edmund Fish/../2/Surrey/Census

1843/Edmund Fish/Ship & Blue Coat Boy, 15 Keens Row, Walworth/../../../Post Office Directory ****

1848/Samuel Clark/Ship & Blue Coat Boy, 15 Keens Row, Walworth/../../../Post Office Directory ****

1851/Samuel S Clark/Ship & Blue Coat Boy, 15 Keens Row, Walworth/../../../Kellys Directory ****

September 1850/Samuel Small Clark/Outgoing Licensee/../../Era ****

September 1850/Eliza Smith/Incoming Licensee/../../Era ****

September 1852/Edward Rountree/Ship & Blue Coat Boy, Walworth Road, witness in case/../../../London Standard  ****

1856/Edward Rountree/Ship & Blue Coat Boy, 15 Keens Row, Walworth/../../../Post Office Directory ****

December 1856/E Rountree/Ship & Blue Coat Boy, Walworth Road, presiding over the licensed victuallers incorporated society/../../../Era  ****

December 1858/Edward Rountree/Ship & Blue Coat Boy, Walworth Road, witness in case of forgery/../../../London Standard  ****

July 1864/Walter Hyslop/Outgoing Licensee/../../Era ****

July 1864/Michael Robert Jenkins/Incoming Licensee/../../Era ****

March 1867/Mr Woods/Ship & Blue Coat Boy, Walworth Road, Tradesmen meeting/../../../South London Press  ****

July 1867/W Wood/Outgoing Licensee/../../South London Press ****

July 1867/E Lang/Incoming Licensee/../../South London Press ****

April 1868/Edwin Lang/Outgoing Licensee/../../Era Newspaper ****

April 1868/George Leppard/Incoming Licensee/../../Era Newspaper ****

1869/George Lippard/Ship & Blue Coat Boy, 286 Walworth Road/../../../Post Office Directory ****

September 1870/George Lippard/Outgoing Licensee/../../Era ****

September 1870/Edward Ireland Hodson/Incoming Licensee/../../Era ****

July 1869/George Lippard/Ship & Blue Coat Boy, Walworth Road, Suicide of barmaid/../../../Western Daily Press  ****
July 1869/Eleanor Scaping Rickett/barmaid, Suicide aged 16 years old/../../../Western Daily Press  ****

October 1876/Mr Rantzen/Ship & Blue Coat Boy, Walworth Road, music license/../../../Era  ****

1884/George Cooper/Temple Bar, 286 Walworth Road/../../Post Office Directory ****

1899/Mills Bros/../../../Post Office Directory ****

The interior of the Temple Bar in Walworth Road has my grandfather, Henry James ROBINS, in hat, with my father, Harry ROBINS

The interior of the Temple Bar in Walworth Road has my grandfather, Henry James ROBINS, in hat, with my father, Harry ROBINS. Dad was born 1900, & I estimate circa 1919 for this photograph. My father was manager there for about 3 years, but the hotel trade was not for him. At 30 he became a London City Missionary - quite a change. **

My ROBINS family were in the hotel trade in the Walworth Road, Old Kent Road area, 1900 to 1940s. My father was born at The Dun Cow, 1900, and by the 1901 census they were at the Temple Bar, which was in the family until about the end of World War 2. Also in their hands 1930s was the Rock. **

1901/Henry J Robins/Licensed Victualler/26/Battersea, London/Census **
1901/Maud E Robbins/Wife/27/Stratford, London/Census
1901/Henry L Robbins/Son/5 months/Southwark, London/Census
1901/Waldermar Endermann/Barman/22/Germany (German Subject)/Census
1901/Alfred Thompson/Barman/21/Catford, London/Census
1901/James Corbett/Barman/24/America (American citizen)/Census
1901/Nellie Ellis/Housemaid/26/Bermondsey, London/Census

1910/Hy Jas Robins/../../../Post Office Directory ****

1914/Henry James Robins/../../../Post Office Directory ****

1915/Henry James Robins/../../../Post Office Directory ****

1913/Rolles Bros/Wine & Spirit Merchants/../../BT Telephone Directory ****

1914/Rolles Bros/Wine & Spirit Merchants/../../BT Telephone Directory ****

1921/Rolles Brothers/../../../Post Office Directory ****

1933/Henry J Robins/../../../../B T Telephone Directory [RODney 4117] ****

1938/H J Robins & T A Kirby/../../../Post Office Directory ****

1944/M E & G E Robins & T A Kirby/../../../Post Office Directory ****


** Provided by Tony Robins

**** Provided By Kevan

And Last updated on: Monday, 11-Jun-2018 23:03:19 BST