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Lion & Lamb 70 Lewisham High Street was renamed the Salisbury in 1899; at 86 High Street by 1911  ***

Lion & Lamb, High Street, Lewisham - circa 1890

Lion & Lamb, High Street, Lewisham - circa 1890

Lewisham High Street, in 1890 showing the Lion & Lamb on the left, and also many other premises

Lewisham High Street, in 1890 showing the Lion & Lamb on the left, and also many other premises

Kindly provided by Robert Pearl

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

Residents at this address.

1809/Henry Mitchell, the Lion and Lamb, Lewisham/../../Holdens Directory

Morning Advertiser 30 August 1831
Harlequin Steam Packet - Excursion for Pleasure to Southend, and land for three hours to view pier, &c and back before dark - Captain Corbin and Mr Poole (Steward), having been solicited by many families and Friends to make this select excursion, have fixed the same for Thursday, next, September 1. To prevent incovnience, the number of visitors will be limited - an early application for Tickets is therefore recommended. Tickets 6s each (Children half price), to be had of Captain Corbin, on board, and of the following Gentlemen:
Mr I Finney, Tottenham, Middlesex;
Mr Rusby, Ship Tavern, Water lane;
Mr Mount, Tower street; Mr Garland, Leadenhall market; Mr Merrell, Leadenhall market; Mr Parker, Mill lane, Tooley street;
Mr Cole, Lion and Lamb, Charles street, Horselydown;
Mr Cotton, White Swan, Deptford;
Me Eales, White Hart, Greenwich;
Mr Lutton, Salutation, Greenwich;
Mr F Sales, Woolwich;
Mr Saunders, Gloucester Arms, Kent road;
Mr Reeves, Kings Head, Stratford;
Mr Bird, Yorkshire Stingo, Paddington;
Mr Ward, Edgware road;
Mr Skearsley, Cheshire Cheese, Vinegar yard, Drury lane;
Mr Ward, Hatter, Clare street; Mr Cox, Crown street, Soho; Mr Cox, Carnaby market;
Mr Desormeaux, George and Vulture, Ratcliff highway;
Mr Clifton, Three Tuns, Jewry street;
Mr Carr, Bonner street;
Mr Mills, Barking Dog, Tabernacle walk;
Mr Kemp, Woolpack, St John street;
Mr Hurrell, City road;
Mr Waterfield, Ship and Half Moon, Woolwich;
Mr Mead, Lion and Lamb, Lewisham;
Mr Curtis, Rum Puncheon, Gravesend;
Mr Beadle, Erith;
Mr Gill, Fountain, Lower Sloane street, Chelsea;
and Mr Parsonage, 149 Old street, Goswell street;
The Vessel will leave the New Steam Packet Wharf, St Katherines, at Nine precisely.

1851/Richard Goodison/Licensed Victuallar/40/Wakefield, Yorkshire/Census
1851/Sarah Goodison/Wife/34/../Census
1851/Ann Goodison/Daughter/9/Chelford, Cheshire/Census
1851/Mary Goodison/Daughter/7/Liverpool, Lancashire/Census
1851/James Goodison/Son/5/Liverpool, Lancashire/Census
1851/Richard Goodison/Son/2/Plumstead, Kent/Census
1851/Jane Goodison/Daughter/9 months/Lewisham, Kent/Census
1851/James Wright/Lodger, Bricklayer/55/Lewisham, Kent/Census
1851/Sarah Goodison/Sister, Nurse/33/Cheshire,/Census
1851/William Rose/House Servant/41/Wakefield, Yorkshire/Census
1851/Catherine Murray/House Servant/21/Hackney, Middlesex/Census
1851/Joseph W Hescock/Lodger, Agent Railway/25/Walden, Essex/Census
1851/William Wanson/Lodger, Agent Railway/38/Rotherhiire, Surrey,/Census

1852/Richard Goodison/../../../Archdeacons Directory

1861/George Holmes/Victualler/23/Greenwich, Kent/Census
1861/Emma Holmes/Sister/20/Greenwich, Kent/Census
1861/Ellen Holmes/Sister/15/Greenwich, Kent/Census
1861/Frederick Hillyard/Visitor, Engine Smith/24/Lewisham, Kent/Census
1861/Amelia Godsave/Servant/24/Chiselhurst, Kent/Census
1861/William Heel/Waiter/28/Maidstone, Kent/Census

1862/George Cracklow Holmes/../../../Post Office Directory

1871/George Cracklow Holmes/Licenced Victuallar/36/Greenwich, Kent/Census
1871/Mary Holmes/Wife/27/Liverpool, Lancashire/Census
1871/George Cracklow Holmes/Son/1/Lewisham, Kent/Census
1871/Louisa Ford/Barmaid/22/Deptford, Kent/Census
1871/Rosa Abbott/Cook/16/Lewisham, Kent/Census
1871/Agnes Thorpe/Nursemaid/15/Deptford, Kent/Census
1871/Alfred Keep/Potman/21/Westminster, Middlesex/Census

August 1872/George Cracklow Holmes/Outgoing Licensee/../../Era

August 1872/Algernon Meekins/Incoming Licensee/../../Era

Kentish Mercury 14 March 1874 - Transfer of licenses:
Lion and Lamb, from Algernon Meekings to Thomas Richard Morris

1874/Thomas Morris/../../../Post Office Directory

Kentish Independent 18 May 1878 - Transfer of Public Houses
Lion and Lamb, from Anne Giddins to James Howlett jun

1881/Charles John Dennis/Licenced Victuallar/46/Walworth, Surrey/Census
1881/Sarah Ann Dennis/Wife/45/Walworth, Surrey/Census
1881/Mary Ann Dennis/Daughter, Assistant/15/Walworth, Surrey/Census
1881/JOhn Edward Dennis/Son/13/Walworth, Surrey/Census
1881/Emma Sage/Visitor/15/Charlton, Kent/Census
1881/Bella Macleod/Barmaid/22/Plumstead, Kent/Census
1881/William Maylon/Poman/25/Poplar, Middlesex/Census

1882/Chas John Dennis/../../../Post Office Directory

1891/Mrs Isabell Howlett/../../../Post Office Directory
1891/Arthur Howard/Licensed Victualler/42/Suffolk/Census
1891/Christina Howard/Wife/39/Boston, Lincs/Census
1891/Lily Howard/Daughter/13/London/Census
1891/Christina Howard/Daughter/6/London/Census
1891/Sidney Howard/Son/1/London/Census
1891/Eliza Howard/Mother, Widow/69/Suffolk/Census
1891/Alexander Fraser/Potman/25/Scotland/Census
1891/Alice Parks/Barmaid/18/London/Census

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