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Ship and Sailor, 71 Church Street, Greenwich

Greenwich Index

At 11 Garden Stairs in 1871 census. Closed by the Compensation Authority in 1908.

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

Residents at this address.

1805/Thomas Scott/../../../Holden's Directory *

1811/Thomas Scott/../../../Holden's Directory *

1823-24/H Holmes, Ship & Sailor, Church street/../../Pigots Directory

1826/Henry Holmes/../../../Pigot's Directory *

1832-34/Thomas Spuries, Ship & Sailor, Church Street/../../Pigot's Directory *

1836/John Perry, Ship & Sailor, Church street/../../Pigot's Directory

1840/John Norris/../../../Pigots Directory

1851/Edward T Phillips/Licensed Victualler/39/Greenwich, Kent/Census
1851/Mary A Phillips/Wife/27/Bermondsey, Surrey/Census
1851/John Phillips/Son/6/Greenwich, Kent/Census
1851/Charlotte Phillips/Mother, Widow/70/Orpington, Kent/Census
1851/Jane Phillips/Sister, Barmaid/24/Greenwich, Kent/Census
1851/William Phillips/Brother, Waterman/20/Greenwich, Kent/Census
1851/Ann Whifen/House Servant/17/Lewisham, Kent/Census
1851/Frederick Odeman/Potboy/17/Edgware, Middlesex/Census

1852/Edward Thomas Phillips/../../../Archdeacons Directory

1855/E. T. Phillips/../../../Post Office Directory *

1858/Thomas George Doust/../../../Melvilles Directory

1861/Thomas G Doust/Victualler/50/Greenwich, Kent/Census
1861/Ann H Doust/Wife/37/Greenwich, Kent/Census
1861/Eliza J Sage/Sister in Law/21/Greenwich, Kent/Census
1861/Charles H Gill/Servant/18/Greenwich, Kent/Census
1861/Clara Park/Servant/21/Greenwich, Kent/Census

1862/T G Doust/../../../Post Office Directory

1867/T G Doust/../../../Post Office Directory

July 1869/P Paget, assignee of Frederick George Doust, bankrupt/ Outgoing Licensee /../../The Era

July 1869/George Cullen/ Incoming Licensee /../../The Era

1871/George Cullen/Licensed Victualler, Widow/50/Canterbury, Kent/Census
1871/Elizabeth Hubbard/Daughter, Barmaid/14/Greenwich, Kent/Census
1871/Florence G Hubbard/Daughter/11/Greenwich, Kent/Census
1871/James T Hubbard/Son/9/Greenwich, Kent/Census
1871/Jane Smith/Domestic Servant/../Woolwich, Kent/Census
1871/Robert Mackay/Lodger, Waiter/../Scotland/Census

January 1872/James Petrie/Outgoing Licensee/../../Era

January 1872/Alfred George Barker/Incoming Licensee/../../Era

1874/George Barker/../../../Post Office Directory

Woolwich Gazette 28 August 1880
the Ship and Sailor, Greenwich, under the 14th section, to William Davies

Greenwich and Deptford Observer 14 January 1882 - Transfer of Licences :
Ship and Sailr from William Henri Turner Martine to Henry James Saddleton

1882/Harry Saddleton/../../../Post Office Directory

1891/Lewis Jn Wood/../../../Post Office Directory

1891/Charles J Freeman/Licensed Victualler/49/Finsbury, London/Census
1891/Sarah Freeman/Wife/54/Finsbury, London/Census

1896/Chas Baker/../../../Post Office Directory

1901/Edward Passfield/../../../Post Office Directory

1904/Edward Passfield/../../../Post Office Directory

1905/Edward Passfield/../../../Post Office Directory

1906/Pete Schlosser/../../../Post Office Directory *

1908/Peter Schlosser/../../../Post Office Directory

London Evening Standard 12 June 1907 - List of premises to be considered by the Compensation Authority :
The Ship and Sailor, Church street, Greenwich , Full, Peter Schlosser

Morning Post 28 January 1908
Extinguished London Licences.
The Compensation authority for London awarded £108,653 for the extinction of 38 public house licences in the Blackheath, Finsbury, Hanover square, Holborn and Newington divisions. The wards were as follows :
Ship and Sailor, Church street, Greenwich £3621

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