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Rose & Crown, 65 Stockwell Road, London SW9

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South London Press 27 March 1875 - Licenses for the consumption of liquors on the premises were grantrd:
George Cowley, license for wine on at the Rose and Crown, 65 Stockwell road

South London Press 27 March 1875 - The following were refused new victuallers licenses:
George Cowley, the Rose and Crown, 65 Stockwell road

1881/George Cowley/Beer Retailer/47/Derby/Census
1881/Elizabeth Cowley/Wife/52/Alfreton, Derby/Census

1905/Frank Wadley/Beer Retailer/../../Post Office Directory

1919/Arthur Foreman/Beer Retailer/../../Post Office Directory

1921/Arthur Foreman/Beer Retailer/../../Post Office Directory

1934/Jn Swift/Beer Retailer/../../Kellys Directory

In 1939 at 65 Stockwell road are *
Francis E Gifford Licensed victualler, born 25 May 1888
Mary Giffordd Licensed victualler, born 26 April 1888 and
Edward F Gifford, Tool Boy, born 12 March 1923

In memory of civilian Mary Gifford - Commonwealth War Graves

In memory of civilian Mary Gifford - Commonwealth War Graves

Kindly provided by Angela Miles

Mary Gifford of the Rose and Crown 65 Stockwell road London SW9 (wife of Francis Edward Gifford) died 17 April 1941 at South London Hospital Clapham Common London SW4 Administration Llandudno 24 March to the said Francis Edward Gifford and Harold Henry Short licensed victuallers. *

The last landlord here, was Francis Edward Gifford. The pub was bombed on 16 April 1941; Francis survived, but his wife Mary was killed. *

* Provided by Angela Miles

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