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Lord Clyde, 124 Estcourt road, Fulham SW6

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Lord Clyde, 1 New Grove road, north side in the 1861 census; at 34 New Grove road by the 1871 census; then Upper Grove road in 1874. The address is 124 Estcourt road by 1896 but has been renumbered by this time. The 1881 census entry is at 69 & 70 Estcourt road, which I believe is correct.

Demolished in the 1960s for housing, although maybe later as it is listed in the 1971 telephone directory. The Lord Clyde was demolished c1970 during the building of the Clem Attlee estate, named after the former Labour Prime Minister.
It was replaced by a new pub, on the same site, called the Clem Attlee opened in April 1971 by Attlee's son, Earl Attlee. The new address was 99 Rylston Road.
Later renamed, The Pump House, then The Clem Atlee again, then Paya and Horse. Demolished c2009 and replaced by a block of flats.

The attached photo is from the opening day, 16.4.1971.

Lord Clyde, 124 Estcourt road, at the corner of Rylston Road, Fulham SW6  - in 1957

Lord Clyde, 124 Estcourt road, at the corner of Rylston Road, Fulham SW6 - in 1957

Kindly provided by Vincent O'Loughlin

Clem Attlee, 1-2 St Thomass Way SW6 7JA  on the opening day, 16.4.1971

Clem Attlee, 1-2 St Thomass Way SW6 7JA on the opening day, 16.4.1971.

Kindly provided by Vincent O'Loughlin

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Residents at this address

1861/Thomas Coomer/Beer House Keeper, widow/44/Fulham, Middlesex/Census

1871/David Alexander/Licensed Victualler/49/Lambeth, Surrey/Census
1871/Elizabeth Alexander/Wife/44/Lambeth, Surrey/Census
1871/Arthur Alexander/Son, Boat Builder/18/Chelsea, Middlesex/Census
1871/Frank Alexander/Son, Clerk/15/Chelsea, Middlesex/Census
1871/John Alexander/Son/13/Chelsea, Middlesex/Census
1871/Mary Mackennon/Aunt/74/Middlesex/Census

1872/David Alexander, Lord Clyde, New Grove road/../../Post Office Directory

1874/D Alexander, Lord Clyde, Upper Grove road/../../Post Office Directory

1881/Christopher Elgie/Licensed Victualler/48/Kerby Sexton, York/Census
1881/Annie Elgie/Niece, Housekeeper/30/Newton, York/Census
1881/Henrietta Field/Barmaid/16/Mitcham, Surrey/Census
1881/William Bridger/Barman/38/Hanover Square, Middlesex/Census

1896/Thomas Augustus Motion/../../../Post Office Directory

1901/Charlotte Loney/Manageress Public House/43/Lambeth, London/Census
1901/Joseph Kingsbury/Manager/43/Pimlico, London/Census
1901/Charles Cresswell/Barman/24/Marylebone, London/Census
1901/Edward McSweeney/Barman/26/Canterbury, Kent/Census
1901/William Graves/Barman/22/Thames Ditton, Surrey/Census
1901/Annie Carney/Barmaid/17/Putney, London/Census
1901/Lillie Holloway/Cook/32/Putney, London/Census

1904/Albert Walker/../../../Post Office Directory

1905/Albert Walker/../../../Post Office Directory

1911/Frederick William Kennedy/../../../Post Office Directory

1911/Frederick William Kennedy/Licensed Victualler/40/Islington/Census
1911/Emily May Skeales/Manageress/28/Bournemouth/Census
1911/Ernest Walter Skeer/Head Barman/25/Streatham, Surrey/Census
1911/John Morgan/Barman/32/Bristol/Census
1911/Sydney Dyer/Barman/23/Yarmouth/Census
1911/Victor Lewis/Barman/20/Camberwell/Census
1911/Annie Maud Reeve/Cook, widow/35/Biddeston, Wiltshire/Census

1919/Jn Samuel Brown/../../../Post Office Directory

1921/Jn Samuel Brown/../../../Post Office Directory

1938/Edmund Thos Holmes/../../../Post Office Directory

1944/J Parsons/../../../Post Office Directory

1981/../Clem Attlee, 1-2 St Thomass Way SW6 7JA/../../Pub Directory


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