Effra Hall Tavern, 38a Kellett Road, Brixton SW2

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Ex-Courage's. Now known simply as The Effra Hall. * Effra Hall Tavern commandingly placed at the corner of Kellett and Rattray roads, a few paces from Brixton Church.

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South London Observer 28 March 1874 :
Demolition of Effra Hall Brixton - On Monday, a sale of furniture and interior of the famous old red brick mansion known as Effra Hall, near Brixton Church, took place by auction.
The old house, which has stood for some centuries, and is one of the largest in the locality, is doomed for demolition.
It is recorded in history that royal personages have occasionally resided on this estate. The building has of late years been used as a private lunatic asylum for females, and is now to be pulled down for conversion into a building site.
New roads are to be made, and other improvements proceeded with forthwith.

South London Press 27 March 1875 - The following were refused new victuallers licenses:
James Kemp, corner of Rattray road and Kellett road, Brixton

South London Observer 19 May 1877 Surrey Licensing Sessions
Effra Hall, at the corner of Kellett road and Rattray road, Brixton, George Hayman to Joseph Lawrence

The Era 01 June 1879
Effra Hall Tavern commandingly placed at the corner of Kellett and Rattray roads, a few paces from Brixton Church.
Held by lease for an unexpired term of Ninety four years, at £130 rent.

1881/Frank Norris/Licensed Victualler/30/Hexham, Devon/Census
1881/Alice Norris/Wife/25/Crouch End/Census
1881/Alice Norris/Daughter/5/Marylebone/Census
1881/Annie Norris/Daughter/3/Marylebone/Census
1881/Annie A Proughton/Sister In Law/26/Crouch End/Census
1881/Mary A Robinson/Cousin/16/Crouch End/Census
1881/Emma E Dunn/Barmaid/26/St Andrews, Cambridge/Census

1891/Charles J Cope/Manager/22/Pimlico, London/Census
1891/Alfred J Cope/Accountant/21/Pimlico, London/Census
1891/Katherine McShee/Manageress/28/Boston, Lincolnshire/Census
1891/Florence Harris/Barmaid/17/Lewisham, Kent/Census
1891/Lizzie Richardson/Barmaid/22/Ashford, kent/Census

1904/George Witney Elliott/../../../../Post Office Directory

1905/George Witney Elliott/../../../../Post Office Directory

1911/George Witney Elliott/../../../../Post Office Directory

1911/George W Elliott/Licensed Victualler, Widow/53/London/Census
1911/Mabel A Elliott/Daughter/16/Surrey/Census
1911/George W Elliott/Son/14/Surrey/Census
1911/William Ives Tyler/Manager/52/London/Census
1911/Dorothy Ada Tyler/Assistant/24/London/Census
1911/Daisy Godbolt/Assistant/27/London/Census
1911/Martha Nowlan/Cook/35/Plymouth/Census
1911/Frances Ann Chapman/Housemaid/29/Battersea/Census

1919/George Witney Elliott/../../../../Post Office Directory

1921/George Witney Elliott/../../../../Post Office Directory

1934/Walter Talmadge/../../../../Kellys Directory

1938/Walter John Talmadge/../../../../Post Office Directory

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