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Rose, 78 Edmund street, Camberwell SE5

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An earlier address is the Rose, Wellington street,

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

Residents at this address.

1822/James Southern/../../../Surrey Petty Sessions

December 1823/Robert Shand/../../../Surrey Petty Sessions

1824/Robert Shand/../../../Surrey Petty Sessions

1825/Robert Shand/../../../Surrey Petty Sessions

1826/Robert Shand/Rose, Havils Fields/../../Pigot's Directory **

1827/Robert Shand/../../../Licensed Victuallers Association

1833-34/Robert Shand, Rose, Wellington street, Camberwell/../../Pigots Directory

1836/Robert Shand, Rose, Wellington street, Camberwell/../../Pigot's Directory

1839/Thomas Franklin/../../../Pigot's Directory **

May 1866/Charles Carter/Outgoing Licensee/../../Era

May 1866/William Campion/Incoming Licensee/../../Era

1878/Alfred King/../../../../Suburban Post Office Directory

1881/Alfred King/Licensed Victualler/46/Worcester, Worcester/Census
1881/Sarah King/Wife/37/Birmingham, Warwick/Census
1881/Poppie L King/Daughter/10/Birmingham, Warwick/Census
1881/Frederick King/Son/8/Birmingham, Warwick/Census
1881/Harry King/Son/5/Hoxton, Middlesex/Census
1881/Elsie King/Daughter/3/Camberwell, Surrey/Census
1881/Henry Douglas/Barman/19/Lambeth, Surrey/Census
1881/Ellen Furner/General Domestic Servant/21/Holloway, Middlesex/Census

1896/Arthur Jn Whitlock/../../../../Post Office Directory

1904/Charles William Bowen/../../../Post Office Directory **

1905/James Davidson/../../../../Post Office Directory

1908/George Henry Troth/../../../../Post Office Directory

In 1911 Matilda Mary BULLEN, the wife of James Robert Bullen (previously at  the St Pauls Tavern) was running the Rose at 78 Edmund Street, Camberwell along with her son, also James Robert BULLEN (1888 - 1976), who was the barman & licensed victualler. I have since found him at the Britannia, 94 Ironmonger Row, St Luke in 1915. He had moved to Winchester, Hampshire by 1917 and remained there, presumably still in the pub business. *

1911/Mrs Mary Matilda Bullen/../../../../Post Office Directory

1911/Matilda Mary Bullen/Licensed Victualler, Widow/44/Old Ford, London/Census *
1911/James Robert Bullen/Son, Barman/22/Poplar, London/Census
1911/Ethel Bullen/Daughter/21/Poplar, London/Census
1911/Sarah Barker/Relative, Widow/70/Shoreditch, London/Census

1914/Edward Harcourt Hoare/../../../Post Office Directory **

1919/Edward Harcourt Hoare/../../../../Post Office Directory

1921/Edward H. Hoare/../../../Hughes Directory **

My Parents, Patrick Conleth Mulpeter, managed this establishment from the late 1930's until the early 1940's when my Father was called up for service in the RAF during WW2. At this time my Mother had to leave the pub as she was not allowed to hold the license in her own right. After the war, they were at the Three Wheatsheaves, Upper Street, Islington.  ***

1934/Anchor Taverns Ltd/../../../Post Office Directory

1938/Anchor Taverns Ltd/../../../Post Office Directory

1940/Anchor Taverns Ltd/../../../Post Office Directory

1944/Anchor Taverns Ltd/../../../Post Office Directory **

* Provided By Robin James

** Provided By Ewan

*** Provided By Michael Mulpeter

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