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Duke of Cambridge, 40 Hooks road, Peckham SE15

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At 7 Cambridge Terrace, Hooks Road in 1881 and 1891. The address is also listed as 34 Hooks Road in the 1896 Directory *, and as 7 Cambridge Place, Hooks Lane in 1871. *

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Duke Of Cambridge, 40 Hooks Road, Peckham

Duke Of Cambridge, 40 Hooks Road, Peckham

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An Ariel photo of the Duke of Cambridge and Hook Road prior to demolition. The pub being at 12 o�clock at the road junction.

An Ariel photo of the Duke of Cambridge and Hook Road prior to demolition. The pub being at 12 o�clock at the road junction.

Kindly provided by Tony Watts

Residents at this address.

1867/John Easteaby/beer retailer/../../Post Office Directory *

1871/Susannah Esterby/Beer Seller Duke of Cambridge/30/Camberwell, Surrey/Census *
1871/Susan Esterby/Daughter/5/Camberwell, Surrey/Census
1871/William Esterby/Son/3/Camberwell, Surrey/Census
1871/Charles Prunty/Visitor/Camberwell, Surrey/Census

1878/James Vail/beer retailer/../../Post Office Directory *

1881/John Epsom/Beer seller/38/St Pauls Cray, Kent/Census 
1881/Susannah Epsom/Wife/23/Islington, Middlesex/Census
1881/Laura F Epsom/Daughter/1/Peckham, Surrey/Census
1881/Annie Coulter/Domestic Servant/20/Islington, Middlesex/Census

1891/Rhoda Hews/Licensed Victualler, Widow/49/Woolavington, Somerset/Census
1891/Florence F R Hews/Daughter, Assistant/22/City, London/Census
1891/Blanche R Hews/Daughter, Assistant/16/City, London/Census
1891/Alfred E Hews/Son/14/City, London/Census

1896/George Albert Wicks/../../../Kelly's Directory *

1901/Alfred Hipgrove/../../../../Post Office Directory

1904/Herbert Thomas Payne/../../../../Post Office Directory

1911/Mrs Emma Williams/../../../../Post Office Directory

1911/Emma Williams/Licensed Victualler, Widow/31/City of London/Census
1911/Edward Albert Williams/Son/6/Clapham/Census
1911/Doris Williams/Daughter/4/Wandsworth/Census
1911/Elizabeth Clara Linsted/Housekeeper/41/Wapping/Census
1911/Ethel Clara Winter/Barmaid/24/Sheerness/Census

1914/Albert Curtis Wicks/../../../Post Office Directory *

1919/Albert Curtis/../../../../Post Office Directory

1921/Albert Curtis/../../../../Kellys Directory

1938/Frank Virrels/../../../../Post Office Directory

1944/Harold H & Mrs Sarah Virrels/../../../../Post Office Directory

My grandparents / great grandparents had a number of pubs in south London. The first being The Ship in Distress, Bermondsey , followed by the Duke of Cambridge. Both sites being demolished some time back for Housing Schemes.
It was quite shocking when my Grandparents (Webber / Pick) were given only a few weeks� notice by the brewery to vacate before the pub and in fact the areas was demolished to make way for a new housing estate. This was circa 1975 I think. What a mistake. **

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** Provided By Tony Watts

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