South Norwood pub history index
Directory of Pubs in the UK, historical public houses, Taverns, Inns, Beer Houses and Hotels in Surrey .
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1881/Thomas Fuller/Publican/73/Norwood, Surrey/Census
1881/Elizabeth Fuller/Wife/69/East Grinstead, Sussex/Census
1881/J A Holland/Daughter, widow/48/Norwood, Surrey/Census
1881/M A Fuller/Daughter, Housekeeoer/44/Norwood, Surrey/Census
1881/T J Fuller/Son, French Polisher/27/Norwood, Surrey/Census
1881/M G Fuller/Daughter, Barmaid/24/Norwood, Surrey/Census
1891/Timothy Hope, Albert tavern, 67 Harrington road, South Norwood SE /../../Kelly’s Directory
1900/G Hope/../../../Post Office Directory
1901/George Hope/Publican/49/Islington, London/Census
1901/Mary Ann Hope/Wife/45/Finsbury, London/Census
1901/George Hope/Son, Apprentice to Electrical Engineer/19/Hackney, London/Census
1901/Maggie M Hope/Daughter, Assistant to Carman/17/Hackney, London/Census
1901/Euphemia M Hope/Daughter, Commercial Clerk/16/City of London/Census
1901/Emily G Hope/Daughter/14/City of London/Census
1913/George Hope/.. /../../Kelly’s Directory
1918/George Hope/.. /../../Kelly’s Directory
Croydon Times 23 September 1922 : Albert Tavern - Application for the provisional transfer of the licence of the Albert Tavern public house, South Norwood, from George Herbert Hope to Frederick Charles Whittle, whose address was given as The Surrey Hounds, Caterham Valley.
Police Inspector Adams said the police had no objection, but the commissioner wished to notice certain information.
Mr Whittle held the licence of the Swan public house, at London road, Mitcham, from April 1915 to January 1921, and whilst there he was summoned at the Police court in November 1916, for supplying by his servant intoxicating liquor for someone who had not ordered it. The servant in that case was Mr Whittles son.
Then on August 20th 1920, Mr Whittle was summoned on six counts for selling spirits at a price exceeding the maximum. On four of these summonses, he was fined £10 each, and £5 on the others.
Mr Whittle had held a licence in the city of London [3 Foster Lane] for 18 months without complaint, and his conduct was satisfactory. The Bench granted the transfer to Mr Whittle.
1937/Frederick Charles Whittle/.. /../../Kelly’s Directory
In 1939, Frederick Charles Whittle has moved to 1 Sandison Street, Peckham, Southwark, the Norfolk Arms.
2017, Albert Tavern (South Norwood) 65 Harrington Road South Norwood Greater London SE25 4LX, Greene King