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Latchmere Arms, 104 Cabul road, Battersea SW11

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The Latchmere Arms, Latchmere grove in 1871 and 1878

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Residents at this address.

1860/William Bell, beer retailer, Latchmere/../../../Post Office Directory

1861/William Bell/Publican/60/Cawthorne, Yorkshire/Census
1861/Elizabeth Bell/Wife/50/Bootle, Cumberland/Census
1861/Frederick J Bell/Son/15/Marylebone, Middlesex/Census

1871/John Pike/Beer Retailer/60/Amesbury, Wiltshire/Census
1871/Agnes Pike/Wife/48/Somerset/Census
1871/Amelia J Pike/Daughter/18/Lambeth, Surrey/Census

1878/John Pike, beer retailer, Latchmere grove/../../../Post Office Directory

1881/Stephen French/Publican/30/Essex/Census
1881/Jane French/Wife/31/York/Census
1881/Hurbet French/Son/2/London, Middlesex/Census

1896/Frederick Smith/../../../../Post Office Directory

1901/Frederick Smith/../../../../Post Office Directory

1905/Frederick Smith/../../../../Post Office Directory

1906/William Smith/../../../../Post Office Directory

1911/William Smith/../../../../Post Office Directory

1919/William Smith/../../../../Post Office Directory

1921/Chas J Butler/../../../../Post Office Directory

William Lockwood of the Latchmere Arms 104 Cabul Road Battersea Surrey died 27 June 1929 at the Battersea General Hospital Battersea. Administration London 9 September to Annie Lockwood widow. Effects £430 5s 11d. *

1929-30/William Lockwood/104 Cabul Road/../../Electoral Roll *
1929/Annie Lockwood/104 Cabul Road/../../Electoral Roll
1929/Bertram Lockwood/104 Cabul Road/../../Electoral Roll
1929/Jack Parr/104 Cabul Road/../../Electoral Roll
1929/John Thomas Arthur Ward/104 Cabul Road/../../Electoral Roll
1929/Ruby Ward/104 Cabul Road/../../Electoral Roll

The Kelly's directory lists Mrs Annie Lockwood here in 1934, but she died on 23 June 1933 (directories are notoriously out of date!). As a side note, William & Annie's youngest son was John Sydney Lockwood (born 1920) so would more than likely have lived in the Latchmere Arms. He died in March this year (2013) aged 92, in Australia. He was known as Johnny Lockwood and after appearing at the Royal Variety Show in 1949 went to Australia where he became a TV star appearing in Neighbours and starring in No 96 a hugely popular & long running sitcom. He also appeared in the 2000 movie Moulin Rouge. *

1934/Mrs Annie Lockwood/../../../../Kellys Directory

1938/Victor Chas Burridge/../../../../Post Office Directory

I understand my grandparents were the Licensees of one or two pubs in Battersea. My Grandparent - Frederick Thomas Walker DOB 11/1/1898 (Son of Henry Walker) is shown as being a Publican in the East End).

Malvena Walker, circa 1943 to 1947 probably in the Latchmere Arms

Malvena Walker, circa 1943 to 1947 probably in the Latchmere Arms

Kindly provided by Trish Dainton

I was told they ran the London Chatham & Dover Railway Tavern and/or The Latchmere Arms in Battersea. My Grandmother's ID Card shows her address as 104 Cabul Road, SW11 in 1943, she is Malvena wife of Frederick, and pictured above in the Pub that they ran. ***

1943/F T Walker/../../../../BT Telephone Directory [BATersea 3552]

1944/Fredk Thos Walker/../../../../Post Office Directory

1946/F T Walker/../../../../BT Telephone Directory [BATersea 3552]

1947/F T Walker/../../../../BT Telephone Directory [BATersea 3552]

* Provided By John Brown

*** Provided By Trish Dainton (nee Walker)

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