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Green Man, 120 Plashet Grove, East Ham

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The Green man has now been demolished. * The modern address was 190 Plashet Lane. It is also listed as Katherine Road in the 1895 directory. *+ Closed 2007 and demolished around 2008. Replaced with flats. *++

Green man, Plashet Grove - in 1896

Green man, Plashet Grove - in 1896

Green man, Plashet Grove, East Ham

Green man, Plashet Grove, East Ham

Both kindly provided by Colleen

Green Man, Plashet Grove, East Ham

September 2002

Taken by Brian Berry

The following entries are in this format:

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

1826/George Hudson/../../../Pigot's Directory

1839/Joseph Goldacre/../../../Pigot's Directory

1841/Thomas Peek/Publican/30/../Census
1841/Sarah Peek/../30/Essex/Census
1841/Hannah Adger/Female Servant/60/Essex/Census
1841/Richard Adger/Agr Labourer/20/Essex/Census

1845/Thomas Peek/../../../Post Office Directory

1848/Thomas Peek/../../../White's Directory

1851/Thomas Peek/../../../Post Office Directory *+

1851/Thomas Peek/victualler/39/Woolwich, Kent/Census **
1851/Sarah Peek/wife/42/Leytonstone, Essex/Census **
1851/Sarah Peek/daughter, scholar/09/East Ham, Essex/Census **
1851/Thomas H Peek/son, scholar/07/East Ham, Essex/Census **
1851/William Peek/son, scholar/05/East Ham, Essex/Census **
1851/Mary Ann Peek/daughter/03/East Ham, Essex/Census **
1851/John Prudence/pot boy/14/Plaistow, Essex/Census **

1855/J Punter/../../../Essex, Herts, Kent ...Post Office Directory

1861/Matthew Barrett/Licenced Victualler/57/Bermondsey, Surrey/Census
1861/Sarah Ann Barrett/Wife/50/Islington, Middx/Census
1861/Sarah Ann Barrett/Daughter/14/Upper Clapton, Middx/Census
1861/Nanetta Barrett/Daughter/9/Upper Clapton, Middx/Census
1861/George Hole Thornbooson/Boarder/22/Camberwell, Surrey/Census
1861/Robert Page/Potman/60/South Weald, Essex/Census
1861/Elizabeth Magiss/House Servant/20/East Ham, Essex/Census

1862/John Riggs/../../../Kelly's Directory

1870/William Farrar/../../../Kelly's Directory

1871/William Farrar/../../../Post Office Directory

1871/William Farrer/Licensed Victualler/53/Canonbury, Middlesex/Census
1871/Rebecca Farrer/Wife/53/Bolton, Lincolnshire/Census
1871/Rebecca Clayton/Niece, Barmaid to her Uncle/17/City, London/Census
1871/John Hall/Servant/23/Greenwich, Kent/Census

1874/William Farrar/../../../Kelly's Directory

1878/William Thompson Farrar/../../../Kelly's Directory

1881/K. Farrar/Licenced Victualler/65/Caldyke, Lincoln/Census
1881/A. E. Rugg/Nephew, Coal Merchant/24/Stepney, Middlesex/Census
1881/R. E. Rugg/Niece, Coal Merchants Wife/26/Blackfriars, Middlesex/Census
1881/W. Clayton/Nephew, Bookmaker/25/London, Middlesex/Census
1881/I. Starley/Visitor/15/Kempton, Surrey/Census

1882/Mrs. Rebecca Farrar/../../../Kelly's Directory

1894/William Cooper Virgo/../../../Kelly's Directory

1895/William Cooper Virgo/../../../Kelly's Directory *+

1896/William Cahill/../../../Petty Sessions

1898/William Cahill/../../../Kelly's Directory

1899/William Cahill/../../../Kelly's Directory *+

1901/William Cahill/Licensed Victualler/30/Battersea, Surrey/Census *+
1901/Caroline Cahill/Mother (Widow), Housekeeper (Domestic)/60/Shepherds Bush/Census
1901/Ada Cahill/Sister, Barmaid/24/Notting Hill/Census
1901/Maud Cahill/Sister, Barmaid/22/Uxbridge, Middlesex/Census
1901/William Still/Barman/20/Sydenham/Census
1901/Francis John Low/Barman/19/Clapton/Census
1901/Herbert James Price/Barman/17/Tidal Basin, Essex/Census
1901/Edward Ives/Barman/16/Stratford, Essex/Census
1901/Christiania Luck/Cook (Domestic) (Widow)/50/Bishops Stortford, Essex/Census
1901/Catherine E. A. Gunn/Barmaid/19/Kilburn, Middlesex/Census

1902/William Cahill/../../../Kelly's Directory

1906/William Cahill/../../../Kelly's Directory *+

1908/William Cahill/../../../Kelly's Directory

1911/William Cahill/Licensed Victualler/40/Battersea, Surrey/Census *+
1911/Ada Cahill/Wife, Assisting in Business/35/White Notley, Essex/Census
1911/Emma Sweeting/Cook (Widow)/49/London/Census
1911/Clara Florence Alfridge/Barmaid/33/Southend, Essex/Census
1911/Annie Francis/Barmaid/25/East Ham, Essex/Census
1911/Ellen Turp/Barmaid/21/Stratford, Essex/Census
1911/Ethel Maud Vale/Housemaid/22/Romford, Essex/Census
1911/Henry Arthur Calow/Barman/20/Loughborough, Surrey/Census

1912/William Cahill/../../../Kelly's Directory

1914/William Cahill/../../../Kelly's Directory *+

1917/William Cahill/../../../Kelly's Directory

1925/William Cahill/../../../Kelly's Directory

My mother & father managed it from 1954 to 1961; they were Cyril & Doris Rennell. Originally it was a Taylor Walker Pub but they were taken over by Ind Coope. *

During that period it was a thriving local pub with a good lunch time and evening trade. The large hall hosted all types of events including weddings, business meetings, Sunday night dances with a live band and West Ham Supporters Club dances. The Masonic Hall above the Saloon Bar was the home of the local Lodge. *

* Provided by Brian Rennell

*+ Provided by Ewan

*++ Provided by Tris

** Provided by John Mead

Provided by Kevan

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