Devonshire Arms, 37 Ascalon street, Battersea SW8

Battersea East pub history index

The Devonshire Arms is a vacant beer house in the 1911 census; as it was closed by the Compensation Authority in 1908, when it was named .

Historical London public houses, Taverns, Inns, Beer Houses and Hotels.

Residents at this address.

1891/Charles Humphreys/Beer House Keeper/24/Frenchay, Gloucestershire/Census
1891/Amy Humphreys/Wife/34/Cleobury North, Shropshire/Census

1901/Alice Leate/Beer Retailer, Widow/55/Middlesex/Census
1901/John H Leate/Son, Woollen Merchants Worker/25/Pimlico, London/Census
1901/Frederick W Leate/Son, Grocers Assistant/24/Clapham, London/Census
1901/Mary Leate/Daughter/17/Clapham, London/Census

London Evening Standard 12 June 1907 - List of premises to be considered by the Compensation Authority :
The Devonshire Arms, 37 Ascalon street, Battersea, Beer, James Brench

Morning Post 29 January 1908
More Lost Licences. £323,342 awarded in six hours as compensation.
Licenses ordered for extinction under the Licensing Act, 1904 were:
Devonshire Arms, Ascalon street, Battersea £3140

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