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George Hotel, 506 Fulham Road, Fulham  SW6

The address is at 14 South Parade in the 1861 census. Listed as Walham Green in 1881; Later known as The George; acquired by Young's in 2008. Closed in 2011 and converted to commercial use. *

Fulham index

A listing of historical London public houses, Taverns, Inns, Beer Houses and Hotels in Fulham, London.

Residents at this address

1826/William Blanch, George, Walham Green/../../Middlesex Directory

1836/William Blanch, George, Walham Green/../../Pigot's Directory

1861/George Webb/Victualler/61/Streetley, Berkshire/Census
1861/Mary Webb/Wife/61/Loughborough, Leicestershire/Census
1861/Jane Webb/Daughter, Barmaid/30/Fulham, Middlesex/Census
1861/Francis Webb/Son, Barman/15/Fulham, Middlesex/Census
1861/George Forman/Servant/22/Chelsea, Middlesex/Census
1861/Ann Poulton/Servant/16/Fulham, Middlesex/Census

July 1863/George Webb/Outgoing Licensee/../../Era

July 1863/Joseph Webb and Thomas Smith/Incoming Licensee/../../Era

July 1870/Joseph Webb/Outgoing Licensee/../../Era

July 1870/George Webb sen, a victualler, late of High street, Fulham/Incoming Licensee/../../Era

1871/George Webb/Publican, Widow/71/Streetley, Berkshire/Census
1871/Samuel Webb/Son, Publican/27/Fulham, Middlesex/Census
1871/Jane Webb/Daughter/21/Chelsea, Middlesex/Census
1871/Mary Jane Webb/Grand Daughter/2/Soho, Middlesex/Census
1871/Emma Webb/Grand Daughter/1/Fulham, Middlesex/Census
1871/Walter Waines/Potman/26/Norfolk/Census
1871/Elizabeth Bryant/General Servant/15/Battersea/Census

1872/George Webb/../../../../Post Office Directory

1881/Thomas Hauser/Licensed Victualler/42/Newtown, Montgomery/Census
1881/Catherine Hauser/Wife/43/Newtown, Montgomery/Census
1881/Catherine Hauser/Daughter, Assistant/19/Newtown, Montgomery/Census
1881/Louisa Hauser/Daughter/14/Fulham, Middlesex/Census
1881/Harriet Hauser/Daughter/12/Fulham, Middlesex/Census
1881/Thomas Hauser/Son/11/Fulham, Middlesex/Census
1881/Amelia Hauser/Daughter/5/Fulham, Middlesex/Census

1901/John Classins/Public House Manager/38/Holland, British Subject/Census
1901/Sophia Clasins/Wife, Manageress/32/Putney, Surrey/Census
1901/Sophia Weeden/Cook/36/Pimlico, London/Census
1901/Daisy Bennett/Barmaid/22/Brockley, London/Census
1901/Eliz Davis/Barmaid/29/Shillingworth, Essex/Census
1901/Clifford Gould/Billiard marker/24/Guernesy, Channel Islands/Census
1901/James Walmer/Barman & Cellerman/25/Hertford/Census
1901/Frank Jewitt/Barman/20/Kensington, London/Census
1901/Arthur Jewitt/Barman/21/Kensington, London/Census

1904/James Henry Squires/../../../../Post Office Directory

1905/James Henry Squires/../../../../Post Office Directory

1911/Alfred Dupree/Hotel Manager, Widow/51/Twickenham, Middlesex/Census
1911/Albert Jesse Wilkins/Barman/37/Maidstone, Kent/Census
1911/John Samuel Meredith/Barman/21/Cardiff, Glamorgan/Census
1911/Henry Lynch/Barman/24/Holloway, Middlesex/Census
1911/George John Pitts/Barman/18/Fulham, Middlesex/Census
1911/Rosina Francis Miles/Housemaid/49/St Anns soho, London/Census
1911/Emily Ann Quick/Cook, widow/40/Bayswater, Middlesex/Census

1921/Frank S B Hollis/../../../../Post Office Directory

In 1921 census at 506 Fulham Road, Fulham are
Frank Spencer Bateman Hollis, Licensed Victuraller aged 51 years 4 months, and born in London, the Employer
Bertha Hollis, Wife aged 44 years, and born in London
Leslie Frank Hollis, Son aged 16 years 2 months, and born in London
John Robert Heath, Barman aged 20 years, and born in London
Rose Maud Minter, Servant aged 34 years, and born in London
James Egerton, Visitor, Meat Importer, at 64 West Smithfield Rd aged 50 years, and born in Stone, Staffordshire
Theresa Egerton, Visitor aged 46 years, and born in London

West London Observer 08 March 1929
Referred for Compensation - Licence of the George Hotel, Fulham.
Application for renewal of licence of the George Hotel, 506 Fulham road, Walham green after objection against redundancy.
Within a quarter of a mile radius of the George there were 21 licensed houses - 8 of these being fully licensed, 5 beerhouses and 8 on licences.
Within 200 yards of the George there were 3 full licensed houses, 1 beer and 3 off licences. The nearest houses were the Red Lion, 68 yards away ; the Cock, 190 yards away, and the Jolly Maltsters (beerhouse) 190 yards away.
Majority of the customers were of working class, and snacks of break and cheese were provided.
Rev Propert said that the Guardians had more applications for relief from this particular area, and had seen the George crowded with people of the poorest class.
The house was an up to date one, and every year the licence had been renewed.
In 1914, LCC with Fulham Borough Council, were very anxious to widen the highway where the George was situated, and negotiations took place. An agreement was reached to move the frontage of the George back. After the war, in 1924, the house was put back on the grounds of redundancy, and referred to Quarter Sessions.
Now referred to Compensation Authority.

1938/Couchmans Ltd/../../../../Post Office Directory

1940/Couchmans Ltd/../../../../Post Office Directory

1944/Couchmans Ltd/../../../../Post Office Directory

1971/../George Hotel, 506 Fulham Road SW6/../../../Pub Directory

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